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Re: Fabrizio

Postby VaDeb » 08 Jun 2005, 09:16

Could it be "betrothed"?

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Re: Fabrizio

Postby mfjp » 08 Jun 2005, 09:48

I have a 1900 census with all of them living in Ashtabula. In 1903 Cosmo applied for a marriage liscense and then was married in 1904 to his second wife Lucia.


Thank you Debbie!! :P :P yes... engaged to be married!!! This must be his second wife's manifest... it does make sense.... and from the same town too...

"betrothed Cosmo Fabrizio"

First Name: Lucia
Last Name: Biondi
Ethnicity: So. Italian, Latin
Last Place of Residence: Pesche
Date of Arrival: August 24, 1904
Age at Arrival:  39y    Gender:  F    Marital Status:  W  
Ship of Travel: Prinzess Irene
Port of Departure: Naples
Manifest Line Number: 0019

http://www.ellisisland.org/search/shipM ... 559010479&

Still looking for the other manifest... tho...

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Re: Fabrizio

Postby wldspirit » 08 Jun 2005, 10:57

Here is the 1920 census for Cosmo Fabrizio with son living next door.....

http://img17.echo.cx/img17/3462/dvimage8wm.png

of interest is 3 persons surnamed Venditti and 1 of Venditta......
perhaps some relation?? All living in Ohio near Cleveland.......

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Re: Fabrizio

Postby santina68 » 08 Jun 2005, 21:42

Lucia is Cosmo's second wife. They were married in Ashtabula Ohio October 1, 1904. In my search to find out what happened to Cosmo's first wife Anna I found out that Cosmo died Nov. 9, 1937 and Lucia July 12, 1945. They are buried together along with their daughter Rosie and her husband.

My father just found a relative still living in Ashtabula who may be able to shed some light on what happened to Anna. She's almost 90 and not feeling well so I don't know when we'll be able to speak with her.

I can not thank all of you enough for helping me with my search. As I stated before I am fairly new at this and am not always sure of where to look for the information I need. You have all been just a great help and I truly appreciate the time you are taking for me. I came upon this site by chance and am so glad I did.

Thank you again,
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