Squarserio, Donato d 1917 - War?

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Squarserio, Donato d 1917 - War?

Postby peonygirl » 08 Sep 2016, 22:16

Donato Squarserio d 1917

http://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.i ... ewsIndex=0

http://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.i ... ewsIndex=0

This is a child of my direct relative, Domenico Squaserio. It looks like he died in the war. If someone can translate, I would really love to know what it says. Thanks Peonygirl :D


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Re: Squarserio, Donato d 1917 - War?

Postby peonygirl » 09 Sep 2016, 01:56

Thank you! I wasn't expecting that....

Heading: Soldiers Fallen in the War 1915-1918
Squarserio, Donato di Pasquale, 144 Infantry Regiment soldier, born 2 Oct 1890, District of Teramo military, died 13 Aug 1916 on Monte Santa Caterina for injuries sustained in combat.

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Re: Squarserio, Donato d 1917 - War?

Postby mmogno » 09 Sep 2016, 08:41

peonygirl wrote:born 2 Oct 1890 in Alanno, military district of Teramo, died 13 Aug 1916 on Monte Santa Caterina for injuries sustained in combat.

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Re: Squarserio, Donato d 1917 - War?

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Re: Squarserio, Donato d 1917 - War?

Postby mmogno » 14 Sep 2016, 15:26

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Donato Squarserio is the fourth name from the top

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Re: Squarserio, Donato d 1917 - War?

Postby peonygirl » 14 Sep 2016, 19:22

Wow!!! Thank you Mmogno - this is outstanding. It says Umberto, Alanno Piazza - I will work on the translation of the text you sent. It won't automatically translate so that means it is a photo, not text.

What's also interesting to me is that there are several names of my family in this monument. Odoardi, di Gregorio, and Colangelo - none of them directly though except for Donato. Must have been a regiment pulling from local town of Alanno.

What a great discovery!!!! Thanks - P


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Re: Squarserio, Donato d 1917 - War?

Postby peonygirl » 14 Sep 2016, 21:08

Just amazing. I've been looking at the first link - cimeetrincee - and roaming through the archives. I will also look at this blog. I see an Antonio Odoardi - could be a relative as the "original" Antonio ancestor who was a GG a few times over, died in 1834.
The photos of these young men are heartbreaking - so much promise and so young. You've given all of us lots to search, thank you so much!!!!


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Re: Squarserio, Donato d 1917 - War?

Postby peonygirl » 16 Sep 2016, 20:16

Thanks! What a great researcher.... I especially appreciate the link as I can open it in my browser and use Google Translate so the whole thing is in English. More good info to digest....P


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