I wish it was a handwritten document. The name is just typed in and all family charts I see have that name. I will have to do some more research and see if I can find her husband and if I can find him, that may give me more insight as to her true name. Thank you!
Yes, her son is Michael Charles Cardio (although his name was changed from Carrione when he came to the USA). Her husband is Joseph Carrione but again, I assume his name is Guissepe since "J" isn't a letter in Italian.
Just for reference, the possible 1900 census for Michael Charles Cardio:
1900 United States Federal Census
Name: Charles Caldic[Charle Caldie] Home in 1900: Atlantic, Cass, Iowa[Cass, Iowa] Age: 35 Birth Date: Apr 1865 Birthplace: Italy Race: White Gender: Male Relationship to head-of-house: Head Father's Birthplace: Italy Mother's Birthplace: Italy Spouse's Name: Christina Caldic Marriage year: 1885 Marital Status: Married Years married: 15 Occupation: View on Image Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Charles Caldic 35, head, born in Italy on April 1865, Christina Caldic 33 Ellen Caldic 14 John Caldic 12 Carl Caldic 11 Joseph Caldic 8 Ina Caldic 6 Frank Caldic 3 Gran* Caldic 1
Pink67, that information on this Guistina Carione looks very good! I am going to find out more on this. Thank you!! The information found on Michael is correct. The last name of Michael was Cardio when he came to the USA but that information is all correct. Those are the names of his wife and children.
What I know about Michael is he was born in 1864 and left Italy for the USA around age 7 but family stories say it was without his parents. I have found some information about him but I am unaware as to where his parents died. I found one pedigree chart that says "Jellistine" passed away in Chicago but that is the first time I have heard she may have come to the USA. Thank you for your research!
johnnyonthespot, I don't know anything more about Michael's parents, Joseph and Jellistine. I just know they lived in Italy, possibly in the village of Calvello in the province of Potenza, Basilicata region of southern Italy (which is the information you found for me.)
I know Michael came to the USA but I can't find his naturalization records.
What I know about Michael is he was born in 1864 and left Italy for the USA around age 7 but family stories say it was without his parents
Then this may be a possible arrival for him.. this little boy was travelling with his brother? Marco/Mario Carrione 9 years old and apparently they were travelling alone, with no parents...
New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
Name: Michel Carrione Arrival Date: 5 Jul 1870 Birth Year: abt 1863 Age: 7 Gender: Male Ethnicity/Race/Nationality: Italian Place of Origin: Italy Port of Departure: Liverpool, England Destination: United States of America Port of Arrival: New York Port Arrival State: New York Port Arrival Country: United States Ship Name: Nevada Search Ship Database: Search the Nevada in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
there are traces of Michael Carrione in the 1885 census for Iowa:
State Census Collection, 1836-1925
Name: Mitchell Cardio Birth Year: abt 1864 Birth Place: Italy Gender: Male Marital Status: Single Census Date: 1885 Residence state: Iowa Residence County: Cass Locality: Atlantic Roll: IA1885_159 Line: 11 Family Number: 182 Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Henry Moeller 28, hotel keeper Emma Moeller22 Edward Moeller 4 Hattie Moeller 2 Arthur Moeller 4 Mitchell Cardio 21, clerk in hotel