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|1909 Photograph probably taken in San Pietro Avellana.
Reverse side of the photo reads:
9 Mar 1909
Castel di Sangro
1. ?? He has a uniform on with a shoulder patch - of a bicycle.
4. ?? Anselmo Carlino - he was the third youngest brother (b. 1886-1941)
5. Bernardina Carlino (b. 1854) - mother of this family. She was the daughter of Felice Carlino and Maria Aloisia Colajanni
7. Eliodoro Sabatino Carlino (b. 1844) - father of this family. He was the son of Marco Fililppo Antonio Carlino and Rosa Vincenza Serafina Carlino
8. Antonio Ernesto Carlino (b. 1889)
9. Pasquale "Pat" Carlini (b. 1893-1966)
Look at the index numbers from the index drawing. Click here for index drawing.
From this photo, there are 8 young people - are they all children?. From the SPA records, I have found 7 children. In addition to the three I name above, there are:
Orantina Maria (b 1877)Louise was sure of her father, #9, her uncle Antonio, #8, and her grandparents, #5 and #7. I'm guessing that the third youngest son, Anselmo, is #4. My mother knew Anselmo but could not identify him in this photo. My mother received a postcard from Anselmo and his wife, Emma, about 1935. That photo is on my mother's web page.
Eleonora Maria (b 1879-1960)
Carmina LORETA (b. 1882)
Rosa Maria (b. 1884)
So there must be two more sons that I don't have names for and the fourth sister is not in the photo. UNLESS some of these people are husbands/wives. Looking at the way the people are posed in the photo, the couple on the left and the couple in the back could be husband and wife.
| In Jan of 2014, I got this email about the man in the military uniform:
From: "Steve Steve"
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2014 11:41:33 -0800
Subject: Your 1909 San Pietro Avellana photograph
Re your...1909 Photograph probably taken in San Pietro Avellana
The guy in uniform is a soldier in the Bersglieri Regiment ( light infantry ), they never walk or march anywhere, whether on or off parade, they always jog everywhere. The feathers on his hat are black capercaillie feathers, very iconic.
Fantastic, when it comes to doing things with style, nobody can beat the Italians. If he has a badge of a bicycle on his arm, then he's almost certainly a member of one of the Bersaglieri bicycle battalions. The Bersaglieri had bicycle units during WW1, and from well before WW1.
If you have any pictures showing a hat like this, that's Bersaglieri too, it's their undress cap, the Bersaglieri fez.
|About 1918, Pasquale Carlini in his US Army WWI
He received the Purple Heart.
Louise told me that he was buried with the Purple Heart ribbon.
|1947 Carlini Family
Linda - Pasquale "Pat" - Elio "Al"
Filomena - Louise
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