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Information on Angelo Barone

Postby Musicdad » 17 Apr 2011, 15:24

The only information I have on Angelo Barone is the following:
Bith Date: Nov. 11, 1861
Place of Birth: Region of Abruzzo e Molise
Arrived in New York: April 3, 1883 Age: 22
Applied for U.S citizenship: Mar 3, 1886 Pennsylvania, Lawrence County
Naturalization papers issued: Sep 8, 1891
Place of residence: Shenango Township, New Castle, Penna.
Applied Marriage License: New Castle, Penna. Oct 8, 1892
Wife: Carolina D'Antonio
Marriage Date: Oct 29, 1892 St. Joseph Church, New Castle, Penna
Angelo Death: Sep 9, 1905 New Castle, Penna
Carolina Death: Oct 5, 1905 New Castle, Penna.

The obituary on Angelo stated he had a brother in New York
I can't seem to find any information beyond the date of his arrival in this country.
I know nothing of his pedigree, syblings, parents, etc.
Any information would be appreciated......

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Re: Information on Angelo Barone

Postby Tessa78 » 17 Apr 2011, 18:50

Hello and welcome :-)

Is this the 1900 Census for "your" Angelo Barone?

Much of the information is as you stated in your post...
Was this the source of the information?

How can we be of help?


The obituary on Angelo stated he had a brother in New York
I can't seem to find any information beyond the date of his arrival (the brother?)in this country.
I know nothing of his pedigree, syblings, parents, etc.


1900 United States Federal Census
about Angelo Birone
Name: Angelo Birone
Home in 1900: Newcastle, Lawrence, Pennsylvania
[Shenango, Lawrence, Pennsylvania]
Age: 38
Birth Date: Nov 1861
Birthplace: Italy
Race: Indian (Native American) (This is an error in transcription)
[White]
Gender: Male
Immigration Year: 1883
Relationship to head-of-house: Head
Father's Birthplace: Italy
Mother's Birthplace: Italy
Spouse's Name: Carline Birone
Marriage year: 1892
Marital Status: Married
Years married: 8
Occupation: View on Image
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Angelo Birone 38
Carline Birone 36
Rubus Birone 6
Louis Birone 5
Mary Birone 4
Roffle Birone 2
Joe Jumb 26

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Re: Information on Angelo Barone

Postby Tessa78 » 17 Apr 2011, 19:21

[quote="Musicdad"]The only information I have on Angelo Barone is the following:
Bith Date: Nov. 11, 1861
Place of Birth: Region of Abruzzo e Molise
Arrived in New York: April 3, 1883 Age: 22
Applied for U.S citizenship: Mar 3, 1886 Pennsylvania, Lawrence County
Naturalization papers issued: Sep 8, 1891

Place of residence: Shenango Township, New Castle, Penna.
Applied Marriage License: New Castle, Penna. Oct 8, 1892
Wife: Carolina D'Antonio
Marriage Date: Oct 29, 1892 St. Joseph Church, New Castle, Penna
Angelo Death: Sep 9, 1905 New Castle, Penna
Carolina Death: Oct 5, 1905 New Castle, Penna.


Do you have the records highlighted above? Arrival manifest, Naturalization papers (declaration, petition and certificate, marriage license?

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Re: Information on Angelo Barone

Postby Tessa78 » 17 Apr 2011, 20:04

You may have already found this but I thought I would post it...
POSSIBLY Angelo's son Louis Barone...

Veterans Burial Card for a Louis Barone - born September 13, 1894
From Lawrence County, PA


This looks like it could be the second child of Angelo and Carolina (b. 9/1894 as per census)
This card gives his enlistment date, discharge date, and his Army rank and company.
Curiously, it looks like it gives an alternate spelling for his last name (BARR)???

Maybe you can use this information to get records that would provide you with more information about his parents Angelo and Carolina...

Click once to enlarge, and again to magnify...
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Re: Information on Angelo Barone

Postby Musicdad » 18 Apr 2011, 02:33

The information I had was corroborated by the 1900 census, of which I have a copy. There are many mispellings in the names. I am 80 years old and my mother was just an infant when both parents died in 1905. I knew all the children ( my Aunts and Uncles) excepting Ralph who died in Chicago. Robert the eldest child resided in Chicago and he also served in the army in WWI. In the 1900 census Barone is mispelled as Birone, Rubus should be Robert, and Roffle should be Ralph. My mother Marguerite was not yet born as well as her youngest siste Joann. I havent been able to trace further back on the Barone family than my Grandfather Angelo. My mother always said his name was Michael Angelo, but all records that I have indicate his name was Angelo. He was a quarryman and worked at limestone quarry in New Castle, Penna. I do have his picture, but was just hoping to find out more about my maternal grandfather. Thank You so much for your response. It is deeply appreciated.......Musicdad

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Re: Information on Angelo Barone

Postby Tessa78 » 18 Apr 2011, 16:00

The most important piece of information you will need to trace your ancestor Angelo Barone back to Italy is his EXACT place of birth (the town/village)...

The earlier manifests (Angelo's would be about 1883) do not usually provide this information. You will need to find other sources (which is why I suggested following the information on Louis :-) )

If he completed the Naturalization process, you can request his papers from the NARA or USICS. Do you have any of these papers, or reference numbers for his declaration or petition? How did you arrive at the above dates of "application" and "issue"?

Another possibility....the Social Security application of one of the children - preferably the oldest) which should indicate the names and birthplaces of the applicant's parents. This is available from Social Security Administration for a fee... You will need the SS# which is usually found on a death certificate among other places.
You can request at this site...
http://genealogy.about.com/gi/o.htm?zi= ... t/main.jsp

If you can get a copy of one of the children's marriage record, that may also provide some information regarding parents. You may be able to confirm Angelo's first name...
Birth and death certificates may be helpful as well.

Lastly, though you have much information from the 1900 Census, you should be aware that Census records are notoriously inaccurate. You can see this just in the spelling of the children's names (My guess is that Roffle is actually Raffaele, which would be Americanized to Ralph).

Continue to look for any documentation that can provide a clue...
Good luck.

I'll keep looking as well :-)

T.


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