Marian(o) Gargiulo

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Marian(o) Gargiulo

Postby ChefPaul » 07 Jul 2009, 20:08

I am looking for information concerning Marian(o) AKA Joe, who lived in New York City since coming to the US sometime in the early 1900s from Naples area, Italy. His mother was named Agnes, father-unknown. He owned and operated a shoe shop in NY. I believe he also came over with at least two brothers (Guissipi and Antonio) Any information would be greatly appreciated. He was my grand-dad on my Mom's side.

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Re: Marian(o) Gargiulo

Postby suanj » 07 Jul 2009, 20:19

Mariano Gargiulo coming from Meta( Napoli province) came in USA the Oct 16, 1905, with mother Agnese Tumminiello, and brothers: Salvatore and Gaetano; joining at brother in law/uncle Michele Faggetta in NY

http://ellisisland.org/search/shipmanif ... 2465011159

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World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
about Mariano Garguilo
Name: Mariano Garguilo
City: Manhattan
County: New York
State: New York
Birthplace: Italy
Birth Date: 13 Jul 1889
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1786817
DraftBoard: 156
Age:

Occupation: shoemaker

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The birthplace is Naples on the WWI draft registration card; but from ship's manifest is meta last residence...It could be your ancestor?
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Re: Marian(o) Gargiulo

Postby ChefPaul » 07 Jul 2009, 20:44

This could very well be. There definitely many similarities. I will check into the Ellis Island site given in your post and see what other information I can come up with. Thanks for your very helpful post. Any other information you might be able to give will be greatly appreciated.
C.P.

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Re: Marian(o) Gargiulo

Postby vj » 07 Jul 2009, 21:56

Hello!
These may help
Valarie

suanj's :D military find
1917 WWI Draft Registration Card
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possible 1920 census

Home in 1920:
185(?) East 109th, rents
Manhattan Assembly District 18, New York, New York

head Marian Gasgielil 30, abt 1890 IT
- immig 1905, Al
- shoemaker, shop, worker
wife May Gasgielil 28, abt 1892 NY
mother-in-law (mother) Agnes Garguil 56, abt 1864 IT
- widow
- immig 1905, Al
son Phillip Garguil 1, abt 1919 NY
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Possible marriage record:

Surname Given Name Marriage Date County Certificate Number

Gargiulo Mariano Oct 9 1910 Manhattan 21909
Degnan Mary Oct 9 1910 Manhattan 21909

If you haven’t used these, they may help you locate New York City records:

Dr Steve Morse One Step Search Pages for New York
NY Naturalization
NYC Birth Records 1891-1902 (requires ancestry. com subscription)
NYC Groom Index 1864-1936
NYC Bride Index ????-1937
NYC Death Records 1891-1948

Ordering NYC Vital Records
New York City Archives

from NYC records by the Italian Genealogical Group
http://www.italiangen.org/

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Re: Marian(o) Gargiulo

Postby ChefPaul » 07 Jul 2009, 23:07

Hi Valerie,
I reviewed the information you sent and it is fairly accurate in some instances. I looked at the census form and was able to see where a typo could be observed on the surname of both Mariano and May after scrutinizing it on my screen with a magnifying lens it definitely is Garguil but because of the bad penmanship of the writer it could be mistakenly read incorrectly.
There was a few other items also that were not correct but nevertheless none of the errors were a problem. If one knows what one is looking for it is easier to determine what you are looking at in some of these old forms.
I really appreciate your answering my post..It is really unbelievable because I have been trying other means to find out info and came up with a dead end on all sides up until today and it was like a jackpot of info.
Thanks again. Any further information or suggestion you might have will be well appreciated.
Thanks, C.P.


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