Marinaro census

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Marinaro census

Postby misbris » 23 Aug 2007, 22:34

This is my grandfather.

First Name: Guiseppe
Last Name: Marinaro
Ethnicity: Italy, Italian
Last Place of Residence: Castelvetero, Italy
Date of Arrival: Sep 23, 1913
Age at Arrival: 19y Gender: M Marital Status: S
Ship of Travel: Chicago
Port of Departure: Havre
Manifest Line Number: 0007


I have all the Ellis Island info, but I am having trouble finding the family in the census.

Here is the information

Giuseppi/Joseph Marinaro
MariaGiuseppa/Mary (Brasile) Marinaro

Children: (They wouldn't appear until 1930 census)
Anna
Salvatore
Rose
Nicholas
Armand


possible address in 1920

15 Adams Street
Newark, Essex County NJ

Thanks

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby vj » 23 Aug 2007, 23:06

Mary Jo

1920 census
15 Adams St
boarder
Joseph Marinaro 26

Valarie

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ancestry transcription:
Joseph Mamans
[Joseph Marriani]
Home in 1920:
Newark Ward 5, Essex, New Jersey
Age: 26 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1894
Birthplace: New Jersey
Relation to Head of House: Boarder
Father's Birth Place: Italy
Mother's Birth Place: Italy
Race: White
Image: 1067

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby BillieDeKid » 23 Aug 2007, 23:09

There is an Anna in Essex county for the 1930 census. I don't have a subscription to ancestory so I can only get as far as seeing the names counties etc.

When I searched I put in Guiseppes name and unselected exact match, didn't fill anything else in either.

Says Anna was born about 1929 and Amando instead of Armand born about 1922. Sometimes the names were mispelled.

If you have a subscription maybe you can check it out.

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby misbris » 23 Aug 2007, 23:25

Thanks Valarie, that is my grandfather. The spelling sure was mangled.

Unfortunately, I don't have a subscription to Ancestry.com. I was at the library using their edition. But the search parameters are different and I only had a hour session, so it was really difficult. I'm hoping someone will post the 1930 cenus for me. And perhaps his WWI draft card.
I never knew my grandfather was a boarder, but it makes absolute sense. He sent for my grandmother in 1920, he must have been saving for enough money to get an apartment.

Thanks all, every little bit of information helps to complete the picture.

Mary Jo :lol:

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby Biff83 » 23 Aug 2007, 23:36

Mary Jo,

World War II Draft Card for Giuseppe Marinaro

I'll see what else I can find.

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby vj » 23 Aug 2007, 23:38

Hey Biff!
added pg 2 for WWII
Valarie

Giuseppe Marinaro
WWI Draft Registrainon Card
1942 WWII Draft Registration Card
page 2

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby misbris » 23 Aug 2007, 23:40

Thanks Biff,

You always come to the rescue.

Mary Jo

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby vj » 23 Aug 2007, 23:52

Marinaro
1930 census
note: a 'Basile' family on the same pg
may be a mis-spelling of Brasile or a
coincidence :wink:

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Home in 1930:
Newark, Essex, New Jersey
Joe Marinan 36
Marie Marinan 36
Anna Marinan 8
Salvator Marinan 7
Rose Marinan 6
Nick Marinan 3
Frank Tamadlie 35

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby Biff83 » 23 Aug 2007, 23:55

Hey, Valarie

Great get and a two for one with Basile's on the same page.

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby vj » 23 Aug 2007, 23:59

Thanks Biff :D !
Really neat when that happens
Valarie

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby misbris » 24 Aug 2007, 00:49

I am here with tears in my eyes to see the record of my family. Because I was born in Newark, and know where all these places are it gives me such a sense of family history it is unbelievable. Thank you so much for the experience. I will share it with all the rest of the family.

I can't thank you enough.

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby vj » 24 Aug 2007, 00:54

Mary Jo, we're all always happy to help :D !
Please let us know if you get stuck again.
Valarie

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby lynnef » 24 Aug 2007, 01:04

I'm so very happy for you, Mary Jo, that your search is beginning to fall into place...and with the help of a few friends, too. :wink: :) I can't even begin to imagine what it must feel like. (And, thank you...you have been a huge help to me, as well. I hope to share more of my family's information as I continue my own search. What's the saying...Onward and upward?!). :)

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby misbris » 24 Aug 2007, 15:05

Biff, Valarie,

That other name on the page is not Basile but Barile. These people were close family friends of my grandparents and probably paisans.

Lynn, thanks for the kind words. Remember every puzzle has a solution.

Mary Jo :wink:

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Re: Marinaro census

Postby misbris » 06 Sep 2007, 19:50

I just had to share this amazing coincidence. When I looked carefully at the 1920 census, I realized that my grandfather was a boarder at the home of the Forte family. This turns out to be the family of one of my dearest childhood friends. We were both shocked to find out the connection our grandparents had so many years ago. Although we have been friends since third grade, and our parents knew each other, no one ever mentioned this amazing piece of history. In searching my own family's history, I was able to give a dear friend a good chunk of hers.

What serendipity!!!


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