Roberto Pasquale, 1911 Census of Canada

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Roberto Pasquale, 1911 Census of Canada

Postby LaBud » 09 Aug 2009, 14:46

Happy Sunday morning to Everyone,

We are asking (once again) for some help in trying to find info on Roberto for one last time. If nothing shows up, then we will finally put this piece of the puzzle in the trash. My brother and I have tried for 5 yrs. now, no luck at all.

Yesterday, I did find something that peaked me and thought I would give it one last shot.

If anyone has access to the 1911 Census of Canada and could just look this up, it would be much appreciated. It's a short in the dark, but worth one last try for us. It may or may not be him, but it is still worth checking.

Here is the info I found.....

1911 Census of Canada
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Name: Roberto Pasquale
Birth: date - location
Arrival: year
Residence: 1911 - Thunder Bay and Rainy River, Ontario


Thankyou all in advance for any light you may shed on this. You are all so appreciated for all that you do.

Ciao, LaBud

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Re: Roberto Pasquale, 1911 Census of Canada

Postby Essgee » 09 Aug 2009, 14:58

Name: Roberto Pasquale
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Age: 53
Birth Date: Jun 1857
Birthplace: Italy
Relation to Head of House: Lodger
Immigration Year: 1895
Tribal: Italian
Province: Ontario
District: Thunder Bay and Rainy River
District Number: 123
Sub-District: Fort William
Sub-District Number: 23
Place of Habitation: McLaughlin 505
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Dominco Roeeo 45
Rosena Roeeo 32
Josephin Roeeo 6/12
Mary Roeeo 2
Nick Zangar 18
Peter Zangar 40
Philip Scovitti 35
Salvaro Meto 24
Roberto Pasquale 53

Roberto is listed as born June 1857, immigrated 1895, and married. If he is at that age and married, but living as a lodger, could be he went back and forth to Italy to see his wife possibly. He may have returned there permanently at some point in time. If this looks like it could be your relative, worth bearing the above in mind. And don't forget to look at the Pasquale Roberto names as well. Could have been flipped.

Hope this helps you locate him!

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Re: Roberto Pasquale, 1911 Census of Canada

Postby LaBud » 09 Aug 2009, 15:11

Wow, that was quick Essgee and thankyou very much.

My brother John has it written that "our" Roberto was born in 1865, but that could always be a mistake.
This guy came to Boston, Ma. from Prezza, L'Aquila, Abruzzi 1st before disappearing to Canada.
Can you lead me in the direction, please, to find this Roberto's immigration as you posted for 1895?

Like I said, it is a shot in the dark, but still worth one last try.
Once again, you are much appreciated. :)

Ciao, LaBud

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Re: Roberto Pasquale, 1911 Census of Canada

Postby Essgee » 09 Aug 2009, 15:24

Couldn't find a match for that....1895 could have been when he arrived Canada...but maybe date of entry into US came first? Not sure.

There is this entry into Boston:

Robert Pasquill 18 Aug 1895 born abt 1868 leaving ports of Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland Last residence was United States of America Ship Name was the Pavonia

Perhaps the others will be of more help.

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Re: Roberto Pasquale, 1911 Census of Canada

Postby LaBud » 11 Aug 2009, 21:21

Well this is a closed chapter in our book. Just a branch for Roberto, no leaves. :(
I would bet even the FBI would have never found him.
Thankyou all for all your help on this one.
Ciao, LaBud


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