Definitely not my Barbato. Here is the other one. No Pasquale listed by 1910.
1910 United States Federal Census
Name: Robert Mastandrea Age in 1910: 44 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1866 Birthplace: Italy Relation to Head of House: Head Father's Birth Place: Italy Mother's Birth Place: Italy Spouse's Name: Grace Home in 1910: Manhattan Ward 14, New York, New York Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Male Year of Immigration: 1889
Household Members: Name Age
Robert Mastandrea 44 Grace Mastandrea 44 Angelo Mastandrea 21 All children born in New York, US
Susie Mastandrea 15
Josephine Mastandrea 12 Salvator Mastandrea 8 Adam Mastandrea 3
Name spelling is always a problem. I have relatives in their 90s who insisted their name never had the exra "R" (Mastrandrea)...until I showed them their father's signature on several old documents. Aslo the census takers didn't hear correctly. I think some were from a different background trying to spell a name in an accent they were unfamiliar with. Good luck with your search.
Not that I can see. My Barbato Mastrandrea was married to a Giuseppa Rubano but she died in 1893. His next wife was Clementina Maglio. Have not found any children from them and he left to go back to Italy by 1909.
My grandfathers name was Barbato Rubano. He came from Valle Dell Angelo to New York to New Jersey. He married Dora Andriola and lived in Jersey City. He had 9 brothers and 2 sisters. Some of his brothers came to US. There are 2 brothers still alive in Valle Dell Angelo. I'm trying to put together a family tree...any relatives out there?
I'm sorry you didnt get my email...I must not have hit send. Anyhow, I saw your website with the family tree and it has most of the info I had sent you. I will send more info when I get a chance. I'm at work now but soon. Keep in touch
I sent you an email with a bunch of info regarding the family. Maybe I didn't send to right person. Anyhow...I was looking at the family tree page that you have and it seems to have all the info I sent you already. My grandfather Barbato came to USA and lived in Jersey City, New Jersey on Wayne street. He married Dora Andrieula who was born in New York. He worked as a shoe maker in NY. He brought over some of his brothers, one was a tailor in NY. They had 5 daughters: Carol, Rosanna, Eleanor, Norma, and Geraldine. Let me know what else you need