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Fannie Lacovaro

Postby jwiilliams » 07 Jan 2008, 01:06

Can someone help me find census records for Fannie Lacovaro. She was my italian great grandmother and she was born in Washington, D.C. in the 1890s or late 1880s. I can find no record of her. I am also looking for her marriage record to Frank Forame.

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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby vj » 07 Jan 2008, 01:24

May help in the search…

edit: added to keep Forame family in sequence

Forame family

1920 census

1917 WWI Draft Registration Card
Frank Forame
48 F St NW Wash DC
13 Jan 1888
Alien
Roccalumera Messina
Shoemaker
Wife & 2 children
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edit: added
Frank living with sister’s family in 1910?
possible 1910 census

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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby Biff83 » 07 Jan 2008, 01:34

1900 census for Lacovaro Family in DC
Daughter Fannie born April 1894 in Pennsylvania
edit--1910 census which follows below shows place of birth as DC

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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby vj » 07 Jan 2008, 01:42

I am also looking for her marriage record to Frank Forame.

Note: fee may not be current

Marriage Records:
Dates: 1811-1980
Cost of Copy: $10 certified copy

Address:
DC Superior Court
500 Indiana Avenue, NW, Rm. 4485
Washington, DC 20001

Comments:
You must provide the full names of the bride and groom,
the bride's maiden name,
and the date of the marriage.

Make money order payable to Clerk, D.C. Superior Court.

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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby Biff83 » 07 Jan 2008, 01:44

1910 Census for Lacovaro family
At same address as 1900 census although Giovanni is now Charles and birthplace of Fannie is District of Columbia

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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby vj » 07 Jan 2008, 01:57

Hey Biff!
1920 census also has Fannie born in PA

also
Fannie’s brother John?
Born in Phila
1917 WWI Draft Registration Card

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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby vj » 07 Jan 2008, 02:22

Carmela (LaLicata?) was Giovanni/Charles Lacovaro's 2nd wife?
(not Fannie's mother)

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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby jwiilliams » 07 Jan 2008, 23:26

Thanks you guys are so much help, now i have to read through it all and see what we have!
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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby Biff83 » 07 Jan 2008, 23:38

vj wrote:Carmela (LaLicata?) was Giovanni/Charles Lacovaro's 2nd wife?
(not Fannie's mother)


Hi Valarie,

That's the way I've interpreted the information.

Jerry,
Go to the following site and search for Lacovaro. It should result in three articvles that appeared in DC newspapers in the early 1900s where a G Lacovaro's name appears as a member of the local Eagles Lodge.
Library of Congress Chronicling America Newspaper Archive

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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby Biff83 » 08 Jan 2008, 00:22

Beginning of an article from the Washington Post 18 Aug 1921:
"John Lacovaro, 62-year-old grocer, was mysteriously murdered in his store at 46 F street northwest shortly before 11 o'clock last night when a man entered the store and fired upon him killing him almost instantly." Beginning of 400 word article available for purchase. The John/Charles Lacovaro on the 1900 and 1910 census records stated his occupation as a tailor so this might be a different person but.....

Frank Forame's address on WWI Draft Card:
48 F St NW.

Hmmm? Can anyone with a subscription to Newspaperarchive.com do a search for any additional info?

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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby jwiilliams » 08 Jan 2008, 01:17

Wow, my 3rd great grandfather was murdered in his store?
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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby Biff83 » 08 Jan 2008, 01:23

jwiilliams wrote:Wow, my 3rd great grandfather was murdered in his store?


There might have been two John Lacovaro's in DC--one a grocer; the other a tailor. Fannie's father was a tailor aka Charles not a grocer. If someone could post the entire article, we might find some answers.

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Re: Fannie Lacovaro

Postby jwiilliams » 08 Jan 2008, 02:37

Biff83 wrote:
jwiilliams wrote:Wow, my 3rd great grandfather was murdered in his store?


There might have been two John Lacovaro's in DC--one a grocer; the other a tailor. Fannie's father was a tailor aka Charles not a grocer. If someone could post the entire article, we might find some answers.

Biff


John Lacovaro was Charles' son and he was a jeweller. My Papa(grandad) lived with him until he was murdered and then he went to live in an orphanage. My Papa's parents: Fannie Lacovaro and Frank Forame died in the flu epidemic.

It would still be nice if someone could post the article.


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