You have her name, her place of birth (Castelvetrano), and presumably her approximate year of birth (since you have census records on her). I don't believe birth records from Castelvetrano are online, but have you tried viewing at a Family History Center microfilm of Castelvetrano births from the appropriate year range to look for her birth record?
Have you look for naturalization records for either Giuseppa or Antonino? How about passenger records?
Appreciate your depth of detail, Carubia. Antonino's Declaration dated July 1911. Naturalization 15 Feb 1915. NYS Census shows both Antonino (barb3r) and Giuseppa as citizens. ahhh You've delivered me to something else though! Giuseppa from Castelvetrano resides 115 Ellery St., Brooklyn Then the children's entries (exact dates of birth!): Baldasarre (Benj) Nov 4, 1911 and Grazia June 9, 1909, "Both born in Brooklyn, NY but both reside at 115 Ellery St., Brooklyn, NY." The children's dates of birth approx. yrs. of birth varied over censuses....unless one had died and another assumed name. hmmm did people give birth in hospitals then? Why distinction when both are 'Brooklyn'? Of any use? Witnesses: Anthony Liotto barber, residing 183 Stuyvesant Ave., Brooklyn, NY Domenico Saitta, boot black, resides 519 Marcy Ave., Brooklyn, NY
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