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Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby mandarino » 03 Feb 2007, 05:30

Currently researching 'Mandarino's in the area of Cook County, Chicago, Illinois...

I'm looking specifically at a Faustino Mandarino who sailed in through Ellis Island to meet his uncle Francsico Mandarino.

If anyone knows any details, please let me know.
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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby mandarino » 03 Feb 2007, 05:49

Does anyone have access to Ancestry.com? I would very much like to see the 1930 census from Cook County containing Faustino Mandarino's name...
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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby vj » 03 Feb 2007, 14:50

Are these the Ellis Island records?
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Manifest
page 2
20 Sep 1923 SS Vauban Rio de Janeiro to NY
Line 19
Faustino Manadrin, 18yr 2 mos (abt Jul 1905)
- notations 250852 3/10/27, 11-83637 4/1738
- single
- tailor
- language Portuguese
- last residence Rio de Janeiro
- in Rio de Janeiro uncle Manoel Pikes
- going to Chicago, IL
- joining uncle Francisco Mandarin at 9155 University Ave, Chicago
- born in Rio de Janeiro Brazil
detained page line 10

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manifest
2 Aug 1927 SS American Legion
Rio de Janeiro to NY
Faustino Mandarino, 22 (abt 1905)
- tailor
- nationality Brazil
- Italian
- born in Rio Janeiro
- last permanent residence Chicago
wife Rosina, 16 (abt 1911)
- born in Cosenza
- last permanent residence Brazil, Rio

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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby vj » 03 Feb 2007, 15:05

possible 1930 census

Frank Manderino
Home in 1930:
9146 Greenwood Ave, rents
(living w/Perrotta family)
Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Household:
head Frank Manderino 23 (abt 1907)
- married age 21 (abt 1927-1928)
- b in Brazil, parents b in Italy
- immig 1927 Al
- laborer, street RR
wife Rose 18 (abt 1912)
- b in Italy
- immig 1927 Al
son Walter 1 10/12 (abt 1928 IL)
daughter Constance 11/12 (abt1929 IL)

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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby vj » 03 Feb 2007, 16:47

related census 1920
(same address as 1930 census, uncle Mandarino?)

Home in 1920:
9146 Greenwood Ave
Chicago Ward 9, Cook (Chicago), Illinois

Household:
head Joseph Parrotta 33 IT
- owns house w/mortgage
-immig 1908 Pa
wife Sarah Parrotta 27 IT
- immig 1912 Al
son Ralph Parrotta 7
son Jasper Parrotta 6
son Alfred Parrotta 5
daughter Pearl Parrotta 4 4/12
son Attilia Parrotta 3

brother-in-law Frank Mandarino 39 (abt 1881 IT)
- immig 1910 Pa
- laborer, street car co
sister-in-law Laura Mandarino 39 IT
- immig 1910 Al
nephew John Mandarino 13 IT
- immig 1910 Al
neice Genova Mandarino 8
neice Rosie Mandarino 8
neice Vera Mandarino 7

brother-in-law(?) Albert Parrotta 23
brother-in-law(?) Eddvard Parrotta 25
brother-in-law Micheal Marelli 23

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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby mandarino » 03 Feb 2007, 23:02

vj wrote:Are these the Ellis Island records?
---
Manifest
page 2
20 Sep 1923 SS Vauban Rio de Janeiro to NY
Line 19
Faustino Manadrin, 18yr 2 mos (abt Jul 1905)
- notations 250852 3/10/27, 11-83637 4/1738
- single
- tailor
- language Portuguese
- last residence Rio de Janeiro
- in Rio de Janeiro uncle Manoel Pikes
- going to Chicago, IL
- joining uncle Francisco Mandarin at 9155 University Ave, Chicago
- born in Rio de Janeiro Brazil
detained page line 10

---
manifest
2 Aug 1927 SS American Legion
Rio de Janeiro to NY
Faustino Mandarino, 22 (abt 1905)
- tailor
- nationality Brazil
- Italian
- born in Rio Janeiro
- last permanent residence Chicago
wife Rosina, 16 (abt 1911)
- born in Cosenza
- last permanent residence Brazil, Rio


Yes! That's exactly him! You're good. The mystery is...exactly where in Cosenza this family is from. :?


Thank you so much for your help!! I'm very grateful.
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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby vj » 03 Feb 2007, 23:05

Only found WWI Draft Cards for these two fellows
from the 1920 census (same address on WWI Cards)
brother-in-law(?) Albert Parrotta 23
brother-in-law(?) Eddvard Parrotta 25
both indicated
San Lucido Cosenza

1917 Draft Card1
1917 Draft Card2

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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby jcsm400 » 04 Feb 2007, 00:37

Really nice research, Vj.

Poster should be :D :D :!:

:) jcsm
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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby vj » 04 Feb 2007, 01:00

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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby vj » 04 Feb 2007, 02:46

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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby mandarino » 07 Feb 2007, 02:45

vj wrote:related census 1920
(same address as 1930 census, uncle Mandarino?)

Home in 1920:
9146 Greenwood Ave
Chicago Ward 9, Cook (Chicago), Illinois

Household:
head Joseph Parrotta 33 IT
- owns house w/mortgage
-immig 1908 Pa
wife Sarah Parrotta 27 IT
- immig 1912 Al
son Ralph Parrotta 7
son Jasper Parrotta 6
son Alfred Parrotta 5
daughter Pearl Parrotta 4 4/12
son Attilia Parrotta 3

brother-in-law Frank Mandarino 39 (abt 1881 IT)
- immig 1910 Pa
- laborer, street car co
sister-in-law Laura Mandarino 39 IT
- immig 1910 Al
nephew John Mandarino 13 IT
- immig 1910 Al
neice Genova Mandarino 8
neice Rosie Mandarino 8
neice Vera Mandarino 7

brother-in-law(?) Albert Parrotta 23
brother-in-law(?) Eddvard Parrotta 25
brother-in-law Micheal Marelli 23


THis is a great lead! thanks!!!!!!! 8O
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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby mandarino » 07 Feb 2007, 02:47

vj wrote:Only found WWI Draft Cards for these two fellows
from the 1920 census (same address on WWI Cards)
brother-in-law(?) Albert Parrotta 23
brother-in-law(?) Eddvard Parrotta 25
both indicated
San Lucido Cosenza

1917 Draft Card1
1917 Draft Card2


8O 8O 8O 8O !!!!!

THIS is amazing! Thanks!!!!
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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby vj » 07 Feb 2007, 15:57

a little more on the uncle, Frank Mandarino

1930 census
Name: Frank Mandenero
Home in 1930:
9126 Ellis Ave, owns 10,000
Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Household:
head Frank Mandenero 50 (abt 1880)
- married age 23 (abt 1903)
- immig 1909 Al
- laborer street rr
wife Laura 50
- immig 1909 Al
son John 20??
- immig 1909 Al
daughter Geneva 18 IL
daughter Rose 18 IL
daughter Vera 16 IL
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uncle Francesco Mandarino & family?

1909 manifest
page 2

22/23 Apr 1909 SS Ancona Naples to NY
lines 1-3
Francesco Mammarino/Maumarino, 30 (abt 1879)
- possible naturalization notation 11-274403 9-16-41
- farm lab
- last residence S.Lucido Cosenza
- no one in S.Lucido Cosenza
- going to Chicago
- joining father: Raffaele Perrotta
- born in S.Lucido Cosenza
wife Lauretta 30 (abt 1879)
- joining father-in-law?
son Giovanni 2 (abt 1907)
- joining grandfather

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Re: Mandarinos in Chicago?

Postby Loriperrotta » 08 Jul 2012, 03:57

I know this post is a few years old, but I am the granddaughter of Jasper Perrotta...Joseph perrrotta's son. My dad played with Walter Mandarino as a kid. Wondering what info you have found out? I am currently doing some genealogy work myself in order to apply for dual citizenship.


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