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1930 census New York

Postby DebraRose » 26 Oct 2006, 21:22

I am trying to locate 1930 census for my great uncle Angelo Carpentieri born June 8 1878 married to Josephine Vacca children were Concetta, Mary, Ginny, Antonio ,John I believed they lived in the Bronx New York. Theyparents came from Benvento Italy any information I would appreciate. thank you

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Postby jcsm400 » 26 Oct 2006, 21:42

Could this be the correct family? No Mary & Anthony...Do you have birth years for the children?

1930 United States Federal Census
about Angelo P Carpenter
Name: Angelo P Carpenter
Home in 1930: Islip, Suffolk, New York
Age: 52
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1878
Birthplace: Italy
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's name: Josephine
Race: White
Occupation:

Education:

Military Service:

Rent/home value:

Age at first marriage:

Parents' birthplace: View Image
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Household Members: Name Age
Angelo P Carpenter 52
Josephine Carpenter 47
Jennie Carpenter 18
John Carpenter 8
Concetta Carpenter 6

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Re: 1930 census New York

Postby DebraRose » 27 Oct 2006, 01:36

Yes I do Mary is 9-12-1908 Ginny is 10-10-1911 antonio 4-12-1921,John is 7-31-1922 They lived in Islip I think this is them, but the last name is Carpentieri. I don'tknow Connie birth date. Thank you let me know if you think this is them, Can you send me the image so I can print it out. the 1930 census. the ages seem to match I would like to know when they came to America so I can trace the ship etc. thanks so much Please if you can send me the image.

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Re: 1930 census New York

Postby jcsm400 » 27 Oct 2006, 04:19

Hi Debra,

I can't verify the census, you will have to verify that it is the correct family, but I will link it......Could be that their daughter, Mary, was married, but where is Anthony? Carpenter an Ameericanized version of Carpentieri?

Per census they married about 1906. Anthony came in 1902 & is naturalized & Josephine came in 1919 & is naturallized.

http://www.uploadfile.info/uploads/b60dd82146.jpg

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Re: 1930 census New York

Postby DebraRose » 27 Oct 2006, 10:31

Yes this is the famlly he was a brick maker thank you for your help. I going to try to find out want happen to Mary and Antonio. I will let you know. if everything fits. thanks again.

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Postby jcsm400 » 27 Oct 2006, 13:28

You're welcome, Debra. Let us know if we can be of any further assistance. Good luck in your research.

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Re: 1930 census New York

Postby DebraRose » 29 Oct 2006, 12:04

Would you be able to find the ship Angelo Carpentieri came over in 1902 and Josephine in 1919, Angelo brother name is Pasquale Carpentieri (my grandfather) thank you they came from San Nazzaro or Benvento Italy

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Re: 1930 census New York

Postby jcsm400 » 29 Oct 2006, 19:21

Hi Debra,

I'm horrible on manifesrs. Here is a "sound like" results (1899-1906) from Steve Morse site.

http://stevemorse.org/goulnik/match1.ph ... &dwpdone=1

You can use this site to search for Josephine (Italian: Giosetta, Giuseppa, iuseppina), using her maiden name. It gives the best search options.

http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/EIDB/ellis.html

Hope this helps.

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Re: 1930 census New York

Postby Maddalena570 » 06 Aug 2007, 05:15

Debbie,
It's Madeleine here, your cousin. Yes, that is indeed Angelo's family. I remember Cousin Jennie very very well from when I was a little girl. She was stooped over pretty badly from arthritis even at a relatively early age. I also remember her mother, Aunt Josephine. They lived across the road from my godfather's family (my dad's sister's husband-Dominick Saladino)
The Carpentieri name seemed to be changed here and there depending upon who was taking the information down or processing it. Very possible that the census taker read Carpenter instead of Carpentieri but gee, I didn't know that they had moved out there as early as 1930!!!

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Re: 1930 census New York

Postby pink67 » 06 Aug 2007, 13:27

Ciao Debrarose,
My english is terrible but I'm very happy to give you a little help...
This is the arrival of Josephine:

Name: Giuseppa Vacca
Arrival Date: 25 Dec 1919
Estimated birth year: abt 1883
Age: 36
Gender: Female
Port of Departure: Napoli
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: Italian (South) (Italian)
Ship Name: Taormina
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Nativity: Italy
Line: 23

Birth Location: Italy
Birth Location Other: Pietradefusi (prov. of Avellino)

She was travelling to go to her husband Angelo Carpentieri (there is a address but I don't understand well...the city is New York) with two daughters:
Maria Carpentieri (Age 10 years) and Giovanna (8 months)

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Re: 1930 census New York

Postby pink67 » 06 Aug 2007, 13:47

This can be the arrival of Angelo Carpentieri but I'm not sure because the date of arrival is March 17, 1907... In the manifest he declared he never was in USA before that date.... :?:

Name: Angelo Carpentieri
Arrival Date: 17 Mar 1907
Estimated birth year: abt 1878
Age: 29
Gender: Male - Married
Port of Departure: Naples, Italy
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: Italian (South) (Italian)
Ship Name: Virginia
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Line: 16
Birth Location Other: s nazaro (San Nazzaro - Prov. of Benevento)
Page Number: 78

He was travelling with Tomaso Carpentieri (age 25 -single) same place of birth...

Both were going to brother (for Angelo) and cousin (for Tomaso):
Pasquale Carpentieri - New York

Hope this help...

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Re: 1930 census New York

Postby Maddalena570 » 07 Aug 2007, 01:53

Pink-
I am Debra Rose's 1st cousin. Pasquale Carpentieri was our grandfather.
I would say that you have got it right with Angelo. Benevento is the ancestral home of our Carpentieri family. And Angelo was my grandfather's brother. Never heard of a Tomaso but then our grandfather died before Debra and I were born.
I'm not sure about Aunt Josephine Carpentieri nee Vacca. Debra knows more than I do genealogically speaking. I just remember the stories my mother, Pasquale's daughter, told to me.
Does the address in NYC look anything like Arthur Avenue Bronx, NY?
I can't recall the exact street address, Debra has that. But it was definitely the Bronx. Very large concentration of Italian immigrants there back then.
It is so nice of you to help in this way. And, your English is excellent!
Grazie from NYC-
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Re: 1930 census New York

Postby pink67 » 07 Aug 2007, 12:58

Hi Maddalena,
Really I can't understand the right address but you can see the manifest free on the Ellis Island site

Giuseppa Vacca
Approximate year of birth 1883
It's the only record that can be found..... it's the line 23.
It seems to me : 480 College Ave :?:

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Re: 1930 census New York

Postby mjones » 12 Aug 2007, 05:01

The Ships Manifest actually has another address for Angelo Carpenteri but it is crossed out and the College Ave address was added. The printed address was:

646 Morris Avenue, NY

Does this ring a bell?

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