Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby adangel1 » 24 Mar 2009, 13:12

Biff and VJ,

I think that the name Nicholas could represent my grandfather's brother James. His real name was Vincenzo (SP) but they always called him James. His age is very close to the same age as the Nicholas on the census. The above 1930 census represents my grandfather Joseph D'Angelo when he lived in Queens and the Cervinos also. I confirmed the names and approx dates with my father. The census states that Joseph is 19 and my Grandfather was born in 1912, so that is very close. I am reaching out to Civiti to see if there are any historians still there. Oddly enough, the Italian white pages show an Anotnio D'Angelo still living there.
Thank you both again.
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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby Biff83 » 24 Mar 2009, 16:20

Anthony,

If you'd like to write to potential relatives in Italy, here's a link to a form letter which you can use. You should have enough information from what we've found to send a letter. Do a draft and then post it in the Translation section and folks will check it for possible errors, and let you know how to format the address on the envelope.

http://www.angelfire.com/ok3/pearlsofwi ... #relatives

Still looking for information on Margaret Spa(e)rano.

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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby Biff83 » 24 Mar 2009, 16:46

It looks like Antonio D'Angelo had at least one sibling, Giuseppe
1906 manifest line 20
Name: Guiseppe Dangelo
Arrival Date: 31 Dec 1906
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1885
Age: 21
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Naples, Italy
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: Italian (South)
Ship Name: Cedric
Place of birth: Civita
Destination: Milnesville PA to join brother Antonio

Thus far, I haven't been able to locate a 1930 census for Antonio and wife Lucrezia/Grace.

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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby Biff83 » 24 Mar 2009, 17:30

From Ancestry message boards for Luzerne County

Tombstone Inscription from Our Lady of Grace R.C. Cemetery, Hazleton, Luzerne County

Antonio D'Angelo
Father
1871 - 1934

Lucrezia D'Angelo
Mother
1881 - 1946


Our Lady of Grace Church
750 N. Vine Street
Hazelton PA 18201
570-454-8797

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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby vj » 24 Mar 2009, 18:42

Hey Biff!
Good hint to check the ancestry boards :D
I guess we know for sure that we're missing a 1930 census.
Valarie

another son

From "Hazleton Standard-Speaker, 9 Sept 1981
August D'Angelo
Born - Milnesville
Died - Hazleton
Church - St. Nazarius, Pardeesville
Spouse - Elizabeth Kochie
Father - Antonio D'Angelo
Mother - Lucrezia Chervino
Undertaker - Fierro, Hazleton
Place of burial - Calvary, Drums
Occupation - coal miner
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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby Biff83 » 24 Mar 2009, 19:55

vj wrote:I guess we know for sure that we're missing a 1930 census.
Valarie


Hi, Valarie!

I've been having a heck of a time trying to locate Antonio and Lucrezia and/or the oldest son Frank thinking they might be living with him. Tried both Luzerne and Schuylkill counties since a section of Schuylkill borders Luzerne.

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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby vj » 24 Mar 2009, 21:15

Biff,
I know what you mean.
I tried ant* & gra* & luc* for Luzerne County +/-5 yrs from their birth dates & born in Italy with no last name = no good hits

Did we account for all of the children from the obit?
Domenic's obit from pg 1 of the post
Preceding him in death, in addition to his parents, were his wife, the former Mildred Touch; a grandson, Eugene D’Angelo;
and brothers and sisters, Frank, James and Joseph D’Angelo,
and Lena Mussoline and Rose Grozak.
He was the last surviving member of his immediate family.

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:idea:
May have found a hiccup in the 'exact' search for Luzerne county on ancestry.
I tried Rose born 1925 +/- 5 years in PA for Luzerne county and got only a few hits!
When I took off PA as an exact search I got pages of hits for 1930.
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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby Biff83 » 24 Mar 2009, 21:31

Daughter Lena's SSDI record:

Name: Lena C. Mussoline
Birth: 26 May 1916
Death: 25 Nov 1988 - Hazleton, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Civil: Pennsylvania

Nothing thus far for Rose Grozak.

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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby adangel1 » 13 Apr 2009, 19:21

Biff and VJ,

I took your advice and used the Italian template for a letter to Italy. I wrote to someone with the same name who currently resides in Civita and I included my email address and also vouchers for international mail so they can write back if we are related. Thank you very much for all your help.
Tony
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Re: Looking for information about Gaetano D'Angelo

Postby Niecy51 » 15 Apr 2009, 20:22

I am also looking for information on my family..My Grandfathers name was Gaetano Dangelo...Married to Sabastianna Failla..Children. Sam..Vito..Michael..Daughters, Cessarina..Anna..Vincenza..Lucy...
I believe they were from Sicily and lived only in the Bronx,New York..
Sabastianna was from Siracusa, not sure what town Grandpa was from..
Any help would be appreciated.
TY and keep an Angel on your shoulders
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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby adangel1 » 15 Apr 2009, 20:36

Niecy51,
If anyone can help you, Biff and VJ can. They blew us away with the information that they found. Good luck
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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby Niecy51 » 15 Apr 2009, 20:40

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Thank you :) I sure hope they can help..All the relatives that would have had answers for us are all gone now :(
Have a Blessed day
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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby vj » 15 Apr 2009, 21:24

Hello Anthony & Niecy51!
We would all be happy to help out :D !
Niecy51, so we don't confuse your family with Anthony's - could you start a new post? It would really help.
(the 'new topic' button is just below this post on the left)
Also, it was pretty easy to find your family on a 1930 census, what US records do you have already?
We wouldn't want to duplicate your research.
Thank you! Valarie
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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby Niecy51 » 15 Apr 2009, 22:08

I don't haVE ANY FORMAL RECORDS...:( All the census info I have tried to check into charge for the seach..I will start a new post and thank you sooo much for your help
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Re: Looking for information about Antonio D'Angelo

Postby Stella1848 » 31 May 2010, 16:33

Responding to the May 2009 messages regarding Cervino - I have a man who is also the son of Leonardo Cervino and Lucrezia Perrone. I apologize if my posting is not appropriate for this thread.

Joseph Cervino
Born: Abt 1852 - Italy
Died: 22 April 1936 - (DC) Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA
Buried: 28 April 1936
From Death Certificate:
Father: Leanardo Cervino;
Mother: Lucrezia Perroni
Marriage: 24 October 1904, Los Angeles, California to Stella Ferreira

Notes for Joe Cervino:
1910 census (Los Angeles) shows he has been married twice. He was married to his previous wife for 15 years. Also shows his year of immigration as 1885.

1920 (Los Angeles) census shows 'unk' for Joe Cervino's year of immigration.

Death certificate (1936) says he has been in California for 45 years (1891) and in the U.S. 53 years (1883).

UTL Joe Cervino’s entrance into the U.S. and can’t find him in the 1900 census.


Biff83 wrote:From the Cosenza State Archive:

http://img211.imageshack.us/img211/5727 ... ntonio.jpg

Another interesting record from the same source. No image however.
Antonio Cervino, enlisted on --/--/----
born on 12/12/1853 to CIVITA
son/daughter of Leonardo Cervino and of Lucrezia Perrone

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