Frank Fiorino b. 1899

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Frank Fiorino b. 1899

Postby MiaCarelli » 20 Mar 2015, 20:02

I'm searching for information on Frank Fiorino, who was born in Cosenza, Italy in 1899. I have found him and his wife Josephine (who was also his first cousin) in Brooklyn in the 1930 and 1940 Census records, along with their son John J. Fiorino, who was born in 1936 and recently died. I would like to find Frank's family, but I haven't been able to find anything further (he died in Brooklyn in 1979). Can anyone help? They are NOT the Frank and Josephine who lived in Kansas. Many thanks in advance!

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Re: Frank Fiorino b. 1899

Postby Tessa78 » 20 Mar 2015, 22:27

Here are some links to other records for Francesco Fiorino residing in Brooklyn.
Wife Giuseppina (Josephine)

At Ancestry.com
Declaration of Intent with Certificate of Arrival on Gugliemo Peirce in 1921

http://interactive.ancestry.com/1554/32 ... 1100-00408

Petition for Naturalization (page 1)
Witnesses were Domenico Fiorino and Antonio Fiorino

http://interactive.ancestry.com/1554/32 ... 1100-00410

Petition for Nat. (page 2) - This has Certificate # of his Naturalization CERTIFICATE

http://interactive.ancestry.com/1554/32 ... 1100-00411

Arrival Manifest in 1921

Page 1 - Leaving father - Giovanni Fiorino in Domanico (comune in Cosenza Province), Italy
http://interactive.ancestry.com/7488/NY ... _3006-0169
Page 2 - Going to uncle Domenico Fiorino in Brooklyn.
Lists his place of birth as Domanico.
http://interactive.ancestry.com/7488/NY ... _3006-0170

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Re: Frank Fiorino b. 1899

Postby MiaCarelli » 22 Mar 2015, 02:00

OMG! Thank you so much, Tessa! Did I just make the mistake of not searching for "Francesco"? This is fabulous stuff -- I didn't even know they had the Declaration of Intent at Ancestry.com!

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