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Dadario Family

Postby GeoSci64 » 17 Feb 2008, 16:16

Searching for arrival dates, etc. for Dadario Family (James, Jennifer and possibly Mary). I know they arrived in US after 1904 but before 1913 but can find nothing at Ellis Island. They settled in the general Philadelphia, PA area. Any leads will be welcome. Trying to get new daughter-in-law interested in genealogy.

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Re: Dadario Family

Postby vj » 17 Feb 2008, 16:55

Hi and Welcome to the Forum!

To make sure we’re looking for the correct folks - is this
the correct family on the 1930 Phila census from ancestry.com?
One son born in Italy, 2 sons born in NY?
Thanks! Valarie

(click here) possible 1930 census

Home in 1930:
2226 Earp Street, owns 3,000
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Head James Dadario 46 (abt 1884) IT
- married age 18 (abt 1902)
- immig 1900, Al (alien)
- laborer, sugar ref
Wife Jennie Dadario 44 (abt 1886) IT
- married age 16
- immig 1912, Al
Son Anthony Dadario 27 (abt 1903) IT
- married age 23
- immig 1912, Al
- military, served WWI
Son Nicholas Dadario 17 (abt 1913) NY
Son Michael Dadario 15 (abt 1915) NY
Son James Dadario 12 (abt 1918) PA
Son George Dadario 9 (abt 1921) PA
Daughter Rose Dadario 7 (abt 1923) PA
Daughter Anna Dadario 5 (abt 1925) PA
Son Ralph Dadario 2 5/12 (abt 1927) PA
(note: Anthony’s wife?)
Daughter-in-law Mildred Dadario 21 (abt 1909) IT
- married age 17
Grandson Gussie Dadario 2 1/12 (abt 1927) PA
Granddaughter Jennie Dadario 1 (abt 1929) PA

Based on Anthony’s birth date, father James may have made
more than one trip to US, destination may have been NY

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Re: Dadario Family

Postby vj » 17 Feb 2008, 17:32

From Ellis Island one-step search
Jennie with children Maria & Antonio?
Husband’s name Gaetano (note Antonio’s son would be named ‘Gussie’)

possible 1911 manifest
page 2

14 Nov 1911 SS Perugia, Naples to NY
Lines 8-10

Giovannina Verna 28 (abt 1883)
- last residence Vasto
(Vasto, Province of Chieti, Region of Abruzzo?)
- in Vasto, no relatives left
- destination Fishkill Landing (Dutchess County) NY
- joining husband Gaetano D’Addario at #1 Benjamin? St
- born in Vasto

Children:
Antonio D’Addario 9 (abt 1902)
- possible naturalization notation: 3-150178 10-6-38
- born in Vasto
Maria D’Addario 7 (abt 1904)
- possible naturalization notation 3-238576 1/11/??
- born in Vasto

guide to reading manifest notations

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Re: Dadario Family

Postby vj » 17 Feb 2008, 18:19

possible 1905 manifest

21 Apr 1905 SS Neckar, Naples to NY
Line 3
Gaetano D’Addario 24 (abt 1880-1)
- married
- farmer
- last residence Vasto
- destination Fishkill-on-Hudson NY
- passage paid by uncle
- not in US before
- joining uncle Domenico Spigonardo?

Traveling with line 2, a possible relative of Jennie’s
Vincenzo Verna 23 (abt 1881-2)

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Re: Dadario Family

Postby vj » 17 Feb 2008, 18:41

possible 1918 WWI Draft Registration Card

Note: not signed, name probably ‘sounded out’
Same street as 1930 census


Gaihno Dadurio 38
2230 Earp, Phila
Born 15 Mar? 1880 in Italy
Non-declarant
Nearest relative Jennie

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Re: Dadario Family

Postby GeoSci64 » 17 Feb 2008, 18:50

VJ - That IS the family - for sure! That should make my D-in-L VERY happy!
:D
Thanks
Keith

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Re: Dadario Family

Postby vj » 17 Feb 2008, 18:52

another source for family information...
possible obituary for son Antonio?

Philadelphia Daily News
December 19, 1983

Services were to be held today for Anthony Dadario,
a retired cement contractor, who died Wednesday.
He was 81 and lived in Southwest Philadelphia.

His late wife was the former Millie Canonica.
He was a member of St. Irenaeus Church.

Survivors include a son, Gus; two daughters, Jennie Giordano
and Marie Klotzman; 10 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren;
three sisters, Mary Paolino, Rose Cutilli and Anna Vitale;
and five brothers, Nicholas, Michael, James, George and Ralph.

Mass of Christian Burial was to be celebrated today at St. Irenaeus Church,
2728 S. 73rd St. Burial will be in Forest Hills Cemetery, Philmont
and Byberry roads.

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Re: Dadario Family

Postby vj » 17 Feb 2008, 18:59

Keith, you're very welcome :D !
We're always happy to help.
Does your daughter-in-law have a
genealogy program on her computer?
If not, a couple of free options:
use ancestry.com to build her family's tree
and/or download the free software (PAF) on
the FamilySearch homepage
Valarie

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Re: Dadario Family

Postby GeoSci64 » 17 Feb 2008, 21:03

Valerie,

Thanks for all of the leads - this should keep her happy for a while. I have been using LEGACY for years and she has the free version on her machine because I put it there. This might get her to move to Deluxe. :-)

Keith


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