Home in 1930: 9651 Edgewood Ave Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
(name is probably Mustazza, Josephâ€™s brother-in-law from his 1921 manifest) Head Andrew Mastadzza 36, abt 1896 IT - owns $6000 - married age 26 - immig 1917, Na (naturalized) Wife Rose 30, abt 1900 IT - married age 20 - immig 1920 Son James 8 MI Son Tony 6 MI Son Frank 3 MI
(name may be reversedâ€¦ may be something like Corsetti/Corsetto) Head Curceto Vincenzo 32, abt 1898 IT - rents $ 25 - married age 25 - immig 1930, Al (alien) Wife Rosie 31, abt 1899 IT - married age 24 - immig 1930 Son John 9 IT - immig 1930 Daughter Mary 6 - immig 1930
Relative? Joe Aiello 29, abt 1901 IT - married age 28, abt 1929 - immig 1929, Al Wife Josephine Aiello 30, abt 1900 IT - married age 29 MI - immig 1929/7(?) Daughter Catherina Aiello, no mos old
They must be related! I will have to check into this one. I don't have as many details for them. Thank you so much!
I descend from the Aiello's who lived just outside the city of Palermo (still in the region of Palermo) from a tiny little town called Bagheria (Buh-gair-rhea). It's also been spelled Bageria or Baaria. It's a small coastal town East NE from Palermo.
My GG Grandmother was Antonia/Antoinetta Aiello who lived in Bagheria with her husband Nicolo D'Amaro & several children before migrating to the Buffalo, NY area and then had more children. I know at least One descendant moved on to Chicago, Illinois.
Her descendants have a big family picnic every summer in the Buffalo, NY area.
You can find a photo of her in her later years on the front cover of the Buffalo, ny newspapers on January 1st & 2nd of 1936 after her daughter Maria (D'Amaro) Scorsone was seriously injuried in a building explosion.
If you'd like more info on bithdates, immigration dates, let me know.
I knew an Aiello family in New Rochelle, NY...there is even an Aiello Park in that town...this seems to be a common name arouond that area....there is also an Aiello's Restaurant in Whitney Point, NY...don't know if any of this is helpful to you...good luck