Angelo Barone

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Angelo Barone

Postby Topper » 11 Nov 2009, 12:13

I have been looking for information about Angelo Barone, where he was born in Italy, Ship he arrived on, if he had any brothers or sisters. This is the information that I have on Angelo. Born: Nov 22, 1861 in Italy (Abruzzi????)
Left Naples on 4/3/1883 at age 22 (info on application for citizenship)Naturalization issued on 9/891891 Lawrence County, New Castle, Pa.
Worked in quarry
Applied for marriage on 10/8/1892 in Lawrence County, New Castle, Pa
Married Carolina D'Antonio (witnessed by brother Domenico D'Antonio
Married on 1/11/1893 at St Joseph Church, New Castle, Pa
Angelo Died: Sep 9, 1905 in New Castle, Pa.
Carolina died: Oct 4, 1905
They had 7 children: The last name was changed to Barr sometime after the parents death.

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Re: Angelo Barone

Postby PeterTimber » 11 Nov 2009, 14:50

In Italy most records are in the city,town or village of origin.Perhaps if you check his naturalization papers more closely there might be the place in Abruzzi where he was born or someone inthe family knows. Once you find out the name thenyoucan obtain all the information you seek. =Peter=
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Postby wldspirit » 11 Nov 2009, 17:10

Have you tried parish records here in the US? Information given at the time of the childrens baptism may reveal birth place and baptism of the parents?
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Re: Angelo Barone

Postby Topper » 14 Nov 2009, 10:11

I have my mother's birth certificate and nothing is mentioned as to where her parents were from. At that time New Castle was a young city with a surge in Italian Roman Catholic population and in need of an Italian Parish. A mission church was established in 1900. My mother was born in 1903 and both of her parents died in 1905 one month apart. My father tried to determine where they were burried thru the church forr several years when I was a young lad and was unsuccessful. Thank you for your time and suggestions.....I only hope some distant relative may come across my posting with further information that we can share....This site has supplied me with much information and I sincerely appreciate all the efforts of those who took an interest.....ever grateful, Topper

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Re: Angelo Barone

Postby pink67 » 14 Nov 2009, 15:43

For reference:

1900 United States Federal Census
about Angelo Birone
Name: Angelo Birone
Home in 1900: Newcastle, Lawrence, Pennsylvania
Age: 38
Birth Date: Nov 1861
Birthplace: Italy
Race: Indian (Native American)
[White]
Ethnicity: American
Gender: Male
Immigration Year: 1883
Relationship to Head of House: Head
Father's Birthplace: Italy
Mother's Birthplace: Italy

Spouse's Name: Carline
Marriage year: 1892
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 8
Residence : Shenango Township, Precincts 2-3, Lawrence, Pennsylvania
Occupation: View on Image
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Angelo Birone 38 head, born in IT
Carline Birone 36 wife, born in IT
Rubus Birone 6 son, born in PA
Louis Birone 5 son, born in PA
Mary Birone 4 daughter, born in PA
Roffle Birone 2 son, (Raffaele), born in PA
Joe Jumb 26 boarder

[img=http://img404.imageshack.us/img404/5138/barone1900.th.jpg]

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Re: Angelo Barone

Postby Topper » 16 Nov 2009, 00:20

Thanks Laura, This is my grandfather and grandmother in the 1900
census. They lived in Shenango Township and he was a quarryman who worked in the quarry in New Castle. However, all the names were mispelled and the census taker has their race marked as "I" I suppose for Italian not Indian. My grandmother's name is mispelled as well as the boys. Her name was Carolina, the childrens names were, Robert, Louis, Mary, and Ralph....Thanks for the information and for taking an interest
in my endeavor..........Vince


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