Looking for information on Anthony Berarducci and Philomena Minotta . They were my great Granparents. They immigrated to Canada in late 1800 or early 1900's. They lived in Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada until they passed away. The only information is that they were from the Campobasso area. Any information would be greatful or information where I could look or where I should be looking.
on the site Familysearch.org there's a death record about Anthony Berarducci:
British Columbia Death Registrations, 1872-1986
death date: 16 Dec 1945 death place: Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada name: Antonio Berarducci gender: Male age: 80y 9m birth date: 15 Mar 1865 birthplace: Rocca Pia, Italy marital status: Married spouse: father: Cristins Berarducci mother: Rose Di Tullis indian agency: indian band/tribe: film number: 2032421 digital folder number: 4437669 image number: 918 british columbia archives film number: B13189 registration number: 8894
death date: 18 Sep 1959 death place: Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada name: Filomenia Berarducci gender: Female age: 79y birth date: 16 Mar 1880 birthplace: Comune Di'Sant Angelo Limosano, Italy marital status: Widow spouse: Antonio Berarducci father: James Minotti mother: Maria Minotti indian agency: indian band/tribe: film number: 2033300 digital folder number: 4438086 image number: 2116 british columbia archives film number: B13243 registration number: 59 09 011081
Sant'Angelo Limosano is a town in Molise Region, Campobasso Province...
Thank you Laura for this information. This is the most information I have been able to aquire. My Dad passed away many years ago as well as his parents and they were all very quite about family. This is so exciting as I am going to Italy next Spring. Thanks again
From the site Ellisisland.org a 1903 arrival manifest for Filomena travelling with her child:
14 may 1903
Minotti Filomena, age 23, married, from Rocca Pia to Murphy Creek to join her husband Antonio Berarducci... travelling with her children Cristino and Vitantonio... She stayed in Canada before from 1899 to 1902: