Genealogy Data Page 103 (Notes Pages)

Individuals marked with a red dot are direct ancestors of Mark Camillo DiVecchio


Camillo "Rocco E. Palmer" Palmieri (I8161) [Male] b. 13 Jul 1886 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 5 Jun 1977 La Mesa, San Diego, CA

Immigration: : 28 Apr 1903
Occupation:
email from Diana Palmieri Archer, Sep 2009 - emmigrated to the US.
1903 Apr 28 Boston arrival, 17y, going to cousin Vincenzo Palmieri in Rendham, PA. Travelled with Giovanni DiVecchia 33y and Giuseppe Zianni, 17y.
1907 Mar 12 Detroit arrival, 21y. Going to Detroit, MI. Travelled with Amato Palmieri. Arrival at Halifax 3-8-07 on SS Pomeranian.
1917 WWI Draft Registration, 30y, born 13 Jul 1886, single, Price, Carbon, UT, born in SEaM. Supporting mother and father. Citizen of Italy. Note that brother-in-law, Pasquale Palmieri, also filed his registration from Price, UT.

1919 Jan 11 married to Eva Olsen in SLC but both from Price, UT.
1919 Nov birth of child Frances Ruth

email from Diana Palmieri Archer, Sep 2009: "We know that Camillo settled in Colorado, Utah. He was married twice and had one daughter 'Filomena' who lives/lived in Los Angeles. Apparently they were estranged and reunited after 38 years. 39 years ago Angela's brother stayed with Camillo in La Mesa, CA."

email from Angelina Palmieri Giobbi, Sep 2009: "Camillo, the oldest, married an American woman, she used to throw all the food, etc, out, so Camillo left his wife and daughter, then met up with this other lady, she still wrote to us until the old lady, Eldora, died, about 12 years ago. My brother stayed at La Mesa, CA, 2 nites when he was 21, with uncle Camillo, he is now 60. Auntie Julia had contact with Eufemia and Camillo, but lost contact with Eufemia when she moved to Australia about 1969. That is all I can remember. Uncle Camillo's daughter was named Eufemia too. Uncle found his daughter after 38 years, but I do not know the date."

1920 census, Price, Carbon, UT, 31y, immigrated 1903.wife Eva 20y, born in UT, daughter Ruth born in UT abt 1919. Can't read Natualization status. Lived next door to Eva's parents, Swen and Emily Francis Olsen.
1920 referenced in EI arrival of brother, Rocco, and uncle Camillo Palmier. They were going to Trinidad, CO.
1925 moved to CA - per death certificate, he lived in CA for 52 years prior to death in 1977.
1925 marriage to Olga.
1929 started working at Edison Electric - per death certificate, he worked for Edison for 22 years and if he retired at age 65y, he would have started working for them in 1929.
1930 census, Los Angeles, CA, 32y, listed as Camillo Palmer with wife, Olga, running a boarding house. Naturalized. He worked as an elevator operator at an electric factory. First married at 27y
1936 Nov 30 SSAN application, "Rocco E. Palmer", lives as 1549 W 8th Street, Los Angeles, CA. Born in SEaM on 13 Jul 1886. Father - Carmine, mother - Filomena Carapellotti.
1940 Los Angeles County Voter Registration: Camillo Palmieri 3526 N Broadway (now in Los Angeles, CA near South Pasadena, CA)
1950-52-54 Los Angeles County Voter Registration: Camillo Palmieri 565 W Figueroa Drive (now in Altadena, CA). Listed next to his name at the same address is a Mrs. Angelina Palmer.
1951 would have been 65 years old.
1962 referenced in letter from Amato Palmieri to his nephew, Carl in Utah. Camillo's address was given as 2080 18th Ave, Kingsburg, CA.
1967 moved to San Diego County - per death certificate, he lived in San Diego County for 10y prior to his death in 1977.
1972 visited by Jon Palmieri when Camillo lived in La Mesa, CA.

email from Jon Palmieri, Oct 2009: Regarding Camillo Palmieri Voter Registration records - "Those addresses show as in the Los Angeles area. When I saw him he was living in San Diego which is about 100-150 miles south near the Mexican border. That was in 1972. The dates you have are the 1950's he may have lived there then. Isn't there any organization in San Diego county that can find burial plots as I am sure thats where he is buried. Ellis Island in New York has the records of when they arrived in America and may have more info I know they went to Colorado when they first arrived and then lost track."

Social Security Death Index:
Name: Rocco Palmer
SSN: 551-01-8196
Last Residence: 92041 La Mesa, San Diego, California, United States of America
Born: 13 Jul 1886
Died: Jun 1977
State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951)

California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Rocco E Palmer
Social Security #: 551018196
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 13 Jul 1884
Birthplace: Other Country
Death Date: 5 Jun 1977
Death Place: San Diego

email from Angela Giobbi, Oct 2009: " I just discovered from some old papers here, that Rocco was Camillo second name,."

1977 CA DC for Rocco E. Palmer, 92y, 5 Jun 1977 at Grossmont Hospital of Arteriosclorosis, wife Angelina Salamone, La Mesa CA, DOB 13 Jul 1884 (I believe this should be 1886), 10 years in San Diego County, 52 years in California. Worked 22y for Edison Electric. Cremated, Telophase Society - ashes scattered at sea. Father - unknown, Mother - Filomena. Reported by Angelina Palmer.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Rocco Palmieri (I8162) [Male] b. 15 Aug 1892 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 20 Jun 1979 Tatura, Victoria, Australia
Immigration: : 22 Jan 1912
Occupation:
1892 digital birth record #44. Dated the 16th but states he was born "oggi" or yesterday which would be the 15th.

1912 Jan 22, EI arrival, 18y, father in SEaM - Carmine. Going to brother Camillo in Trinidad, CO. Traveled with uncle(?) - Camillo Palmieri (33y).

1920 May 14 EI arrival, 28y, wife in SEaM - Antonetta, going to brother in Price, UT

1920 May 14 EI arrival, Record of Detained Aliens - group 44, going to brother, Camillo, in Price, UT. Previously in the US from 1912 to 1914 in CO.

email from granddaughter, Diana Palmieri Archer, Sep 2009. - emigrated to Australia in 1925.

1979 Funeral Card

Several emails from grandson, Ralph Palmieri, Mar 2020.
Change: 17 Mar 2020

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Amato Palmieri (I8163) [Male] b. ABT 1889 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy
Immigration: : Mar 1907
Occupation:
Naturalization: : 1929
1907 Canadian Passenger Lists, Halifax, NS.
1907 Detroit arrival, 18y, laborer, going to Detroit, Traveled with Camillo Palmieri. Arrival at Halifax 3-8-07 on SS Pomeranian.
1920 Mar 22 EI arrival, 30y, going to cousin Camillo Palmieri in Primero, CO, Previously in CO from 1907 to 1916. Wife Annina in SEaM. Marked as 'non immigrant alien".
email from Diana Palmieri Archer, Sep 2009 - emigrated to Australia in 1925.
1928 Nov 13 naturalization notice in the Barrier Miner, Broken Hill, NSW, Australia.
1936 Australian Electoral Rolls, Darling, NSW.
1962 wrote letter to nephew in USA, Carl Palmieri, son of Pasquale Palmieri and Eufemia Palmieri who lived in Utah.
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1114387255
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Eufemia "Fannie" "Eva" Palmieri (I8164) [Female] b. ABT 1880 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 28 Dec 1917 Price, Carbon, UT
Immigration: : 9 Sep 1905
email from Diana Palmieri Archer, Sep 2009 - emigrated to the US, married Pasquale Palmieri.
email from Diana Palmieri Archer, Sep 2009: "From what I've been told she died young and it was due to negligence on the doctors part."
email from Diana Archer, Sep 2009: "We know that Camillo settled in Colorado, Utah. He was married twice and had one daughter 'Filomena' who lives/lived in Los Angeles? Apparently they were estranged and reunited after 38 years?"
email from Angelia Palmieri, Sep 2009: "Uncle Camillo's daughter was named Eufemia too. Uncle found his daughter after 38 years, but i do not know the date."
1905 Sep 9 EI arrival, 25y, going to husband - Pasquale Palmieri in Primero, CO. Travelled with many people from SEaM, some going to Rendham, PA, some to Joliet, IL. Travelled with Vincenzo "Jim" Palmieri and wife Angelina Grecco going to Rendham, PA.
1910 census, Sequndo, Las Animas, CO, 30y, "Fannie", married 6y, 2 children - 2 living. Two children: Rosa 2y and Annie 2m. Listed as Fannie. Lived next door to Jim and Angelina Palmieri and their 4 children.

email from Diana Archer, Sep 2009: "We know that Camillo settled in Colorado, Utah. He was married twice and had one daughter 'Filomena' who lives/lived in Los Angeles? Apparently they were estranged and reunited after 38 years?"
email from Angelia Palmieri, Sep 2009: "Uncle Camillo's daughter was named Eufemia too. Uncle found his daughter after 38 years, but i do not know the date."

Utah Cemetery Inventory
Name: Eufemia Palmieri
Birth Date: 1879
Death Date: 1917
Death Place: UT, Carbon,
Cemetery: Price City Cemetery
Source: Sexton / Grant
Grave Location: 1-F-017-01
http://history.utah.gov/apps/burials/execute/viewcemetery?id=CR1300

1927 UT DC, 38y 6m 23d, Hemorrhage caused by operation for removal of retained placenta, reported by Camillo Palmieri.

Photo of Tombstone at Price City Cemetery. Year of birth listed as 1879.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Pasquale "Charles" Palmieri (I8165) [Male] b. 23 Jun 1876 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 4 Sep 1955 Magna, Salt Lake, UT
Immigration: : 9 Jul 1899
Occupation: Farmer: 1917
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=taylor-gargaro&id=I02237
email from Diana Palmieri Archer, Sep 2009.
email from Angela Giobbi, Jul 2010: "I found a note which my Auntie Julia gave me, I do not know if it is correct, --- He was born 1876 in Sant'Eufemia. Died in Salt Lake City 1955. His father was known as Pietro Palmieri and mother Filomena Cerone."
1899 Jul 9 EI arrival, 22y, single, going to brother ?? Palmieri in New York City. Never before in the US.
1905 referenced in EI arrival of wife Eufemia Palmieri.
1910 census, Sequndo, Las Animas, CO, 33y, listed as Charlie. Lived next door to Jim and Angelina Palmieri and their 4 children.
1917 daughter Mary born.
1917 wife Eufemia dies.
1917? daughter Mary put up for adoption.
WWI Draft Registration, 42y, DOB 23 Jun 1876, Price, Carbon, UT, Farmer. Nearest relative listed as Rosy (daughter). Eufemia must have been dead. Note that brother-in-law, Camillo Palmieri, also filed his registration from Price, UT.
1919 Marriage record to Julia Scalese Fratto.
1920 census, Price, Carbon, UT, 44y, wife, Julia (54y - 2nd wife) four children (Rose 12y, Anna 10y, Carmen 8y (this is Carlo) and John 5y).
1930 census, Price, Carbon, UT, 54y, widowed, three children. First married at 28y.
1942 Alien Registration, Price, Carbon, UT, DOB 22 Jun 1876, lived in the US for 42y 7m. Born in Sant'Eufemia a Maiella.

Utah Cemetery Inventory
Name: Pasquale Palmieri
Birth Date: 1876
Death Date: 1955
Death Place: UT, Carbon,
Cemetery:Price City Cemetery
Source: Sexton / Grant
Grave Location: 1-F-017-52

1955 DC, 80y, Magna, Salt Lake, UT. Widowed. Wife Eva Palmieri Palmieri. The cause of death was listed as "general arteriosclerosis". The place of death was listed "In canal at approx. 8850 West 2400 South". The date of death is lised as "Approx 9-4-1955. I wonder what that means. Reported by Carl Palmieri. Carl would be the son born in 1912. Probably the one known as Carlo. Almost seems like Pasquale was visiting Carl in Magna for about a week and died out working in the field. ???? His body was removed to Price, UT for burial.With the wife's name written as "Eva Palmieri Palmieri", I would guess that this is Eufemia Palmieri, his first wife and Carl's mother.
Diana Archer listed cause of death as "Accidendal Drowning" but the death certificate does not list an accident as cause of death, it lists "general arteriosclerosis" but "unattended medically". An autopsy was performed.

Photo of Tombstone at Price City Cemetery.

email from Tom Gargaro, Jul 2010: "My Grandmother's father was Vincenzo, and his siblings were Mariucci, Vitantonio, Eufemia, and Pasquale."
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Domenicantonio Mancini (I8166) [Male] d. BEF 1857
1857 SEaM digital birth record #12 of granddaughter, Anna Concetta Mancini. fu.
Change: 11 Jan 2017

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Nicolantonio Palmieri (I8167) [Male] b. 6 Mar 1880 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy
Immigration:
Occupation:
1880 SEaM digital birth record #14.

email from Diana Archer, Sep 2009

http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1107235440

1899 May 24 EI arrival, 19y, Going to New York, NY.

1905 referenced in EI arrival of wife, Lucrezia Centofanti, in Primero, CO.

1911 Nov 22, Boston arrival, 31y(?), father Germano in Sant'Eufemia, going to brother Camillo in Primero, CO. Travelled with probable wife, Lucrezia Centifanto/Centofanti(?) 31y. traveled with Giulia Ricciuti (wife of Camillo) and son Lorenzo Palmieri. Previously in the US from 1900 to 1909 in Primero, CO.

Info from Diana Archer, Jul 2010, document titled "Our Grandfather, etc. 11.1.1889 to 24.10.67.pdf".
Change: 11 Jan 2017

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Vincenzo Colaianni (I8168) [Male]
1921 referenced in Boston arrival of brother, Sabatino, He was in Latrobe, PA.
Change: 23 Jul 2010

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Angiolantonia Carlino (I8169) [Female] b. 22 Apr 1827 San Pietro Avellana, Campobasso, Italy - d. 21 Jun 1828 San Pietro Avellana, Campobasso, Italy
1827 SPA transcribed birth record #5.
1828 SPA transcribed death record #20.
Change: 18 Nov 2010

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Annina Sonsini (I8170) [Female] b. 10 Jul 1894 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 10 Apr 1972 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
1920 referenced in EI arrival of husband Amato.
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1114387062
I'm pretty sure the Sonsoni family is from Sant'Eufemia.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Elvira "Vera" Palmieri (I8171) [Female] b. 22 Jun 1917 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 10 Sep 1992 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1114386846 lists three children.
email from Diana Archer, Sep 2009, she was called Vera.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Antonio "Anthony" Palmieri (I8172) [Male] b. 15 May 1922 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 28 Mar 2012 Kippa-Ring, Queensland, Australia
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1116321089 arrived in Australia on 26 Aug 1925.
Posting by Angelina Giobbi, May 03, 2002 In Reply to: Re: Palmieri of San Eufemia, Italy, 1880? by Rosemarie Andrews: "Hi Rosmary, my name is Angelina Giobbi, (Palmieri) my father Antonio Palmieri was born in San Eufemia on 22/5/1922, he had 2 sisters, and 2 brothers one brother was Angelo, died before he came to Australia, so did the other one not sure of name, his father was Amato Palmieri, he came out by boat and settled in Broken Hill, Australia before he brought his family out."
email from Diana Archer, Sep 2009. Diana sent me a photo of Tony Palmieri. She said "Dad was 23 years old when that was taken."

email from daughter, Angela Giobbi, Mar 2012: "dad passed away on 28/3/2012".
Memorial card sent to me by Diana Palmieri Archer, with photo:
"15.05.1922 - 28.03.2012
Angela & Jon wish to announce
the peaceful passing of our beloved father
Antonio Palmieri
on Wednesday 28th March 2012
at lodge's on George Nursing Home
in Kippa-Ring Qld.

A service attended by this immediate family
was conducted on Friday 30th March 2012
where he was laid to rest with his beloved
wife Julia at the Albany Creek Cemetery Qld.

He will be sadly missed by us, his children
& Spouse, Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren,
relatives & friends
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Angelo Palmieri (I8173) [Male] b. 27 Apr 1925 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 3 Feb 1935 Italy
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1113070495
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Julia del Papa (I8174) [Female] b. 7 Aug 1924 Bella, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy - d. 31 Jul 1999 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1116320415
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Oselio Nardelli (I8175) [Male]
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1114386846
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Filomena Cerrone (I8176) [Female]
Posting by Thomas Gargaro on http://www.laroccalulett.com/SantEufemiaSurnames.html
1907 EI arrival of daughter Eufemia Palmieri.
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=taylor-gargaro&id=I02235 says she was born 1767 in Muro Lucano, Potenza Prov, , Italy and died 29 Aug 1864 in Muro Lucano, Potenza Prov, , Italy. But these dates can't be right based on birth years of children between 1868 and 1879.
email from Angela Giobbi, Jul 2010: "I found a note which my Auntie Julia gave me, I do not know if it is correct, --- He [Pasquale] was born 1876 in Sant'Eufemia. Died in Salt Lake City 1955. His father was known as Pietro Palmieri and mother Filomena Cerone."
email from Tom Gargaro, Jul 2010: "My Grandmother's name was Mary Palmieri, her father's name was Vincenzo Palmieri, and Vincenzo's father's name was Pietro (married to Filomene Cerrone)."
Change: 7 Aug 2014

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John Giobbi (I8177) [Male]
John's great-grandfather, Pietro Giobbi, was killed in a mine accident at Broken Hill mine. Killed along with him was Giuseppe Carapellotti.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Angelo Palmieri (I8178) [Male] b. 4 Mar 1864 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy
Naturalization: : 17 Oct 1904
Immigration:
Occupation:
(NOT ALL OF THESE NOTES MAY BE THE SAME ANGELO)
1890 arrival in the US - probably 1891 18 Mar on the Cachar.
1891 Mar 18 NY arrival on the Cachar, 26y, going to New York.

1896 8 Jun - Possible - EI arrival, could not access the manifest on the EI site. Text manifest shows Mariano delTondo 45y (1851 ) and that he travelled with Angelo Palmieri 32y (1864) and Diodato Palmieri 41y (1855). I was able to access the manifest on ancestry.com. Does not give any useful information.

1902 Mar EI arrival, 37y, going to New York (travelled with Angelo Camillo Palmieri and many other people from SEaM).
1914 returned to Italy.

1919 US passport application. Unmarried. Born in SEaM on 4 Mar 1864. Lived in the US from 1890 to 1914 (with four trips to Italy in the meantime) principally at Trinidad, CO. References Pietro Palmieri and Diomedo Palmieri. Includes photograph. Naturalized 17 Oct 1904 in Trinidad, Las Animas, CO. Approved 13 Mar 1920.
1920 Jul 7, EI arrival, USC, 56y, naturalized 13 Mar 1920 Washington, Going to Pittsburgh, PA.
1930 census, Passaic, NJ, 68y, listed as alien, living with son Salvatore 32y and grandchildren. Living with Millie DelVecchio - sister-in-law of Salvatore - 22y born in NJ (sister of Rose, Salvatore's wife).
Change: 7 Aug 2014

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Cloridoro Ricciuti (I8179) [Male] d. BEF 1873
1871 SEaM digital birth record #1 recording birth on 31 Dec 1870 of grandson, Angiolino Ricciuti.
1873 SEaM digital birth record #29 of granddaughter, Pulcheria Ricciuti. fu.
Change: 2 Aug 2018

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Angelo CAMILLO Palmieri (I8180) [Male] b. 21 Mar 1875 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy
Immigration: : 29 May 1899
Occupation: Laborer, Vulcan Crucible Steel Co.: 12 Sep 1918
1899 May 29 EI arrival, 21y, going to New York, NY. Married.
1902 Mar, Boston arrival, 26y, going to New York. Traveled with 18 other people from SEaM.
1904 May 11 EI arrival, 26y, going to uncle Teodoro Palmieri on Mulberry St in New York City, NY.
1909 Feb 24 Boston arrival, 33y, going to friend Salvatore diPietrantonio, Fayette St, Watertown, MA. Previously in the US from 19?? to 1908 in CO. Wife in SEaM - Lucia.
1913 Apr 29, Boston arrival, 37y, wife in SEaM - Lucia Palmieri, going to cousin, Camillo Zianni in Baltimore, MD. Previously in the US for 6 years from ?? to 1912 in Colorado. Travelled with 6 men from SEaM.
WWI Draft Registration, 43y, 525 Beaver Ave, Aliquippa, PA, nearest relative - Lucia Palmieri in Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Italy.
1920 Feb 23 EI arrival, -- lines all crossed out --44y, going to Aliquippa, PA, travelled with sons - Pietro 14y, Diamante 12y and Nicola 17y and wife Lucia Palmieri, 44y. Sister in SEaM - Gisaria (probably Cesaria). Going to nephew - Nicola Piccirilli. Sons Pietro and Diamante born in Aliquippa, PA.
1920 Aug 2 EI arrival, 44y, wife in SEaM - Lucia Palmieri, going to friend - Robert diNardo in Aliquipp, PA. Previously in the US from 1909 to 1919. Travelled with many people from SEaM.
1930 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 55y, married, first married at 24y, immigrated 1899. with sons Diamond and Nick, Roomed at the house of Felix delTondo. Three Palmieri's living next door - Vito, William and John.

Posting by Rosemarie Andrews, Jun 2001: "The Palmieri name was "Americanized" to Palmer inadvertently."

Posting by Rosemarie Andrews nyteardrop@yahoo.com: "My father and his parents are from Sant'Eufemia a Maiella. My grandfather was Angelo Camillo Palmieri and my grandmother was Lucia Palmieri Palmieri..there was an Uncle Giovanni who married an Anna Giaconde Marcucci, and an Uncle Angelo Pietro who married Irene Alberico, and an Aunt Anna Palmieri who married Nicola Piccirilli. Some of their descendants migrated to the U.S. and to Australia and Argentina. I am trying to locate information on Pietro Palmieri and family in Australia."

email from Rosemarie Andrews, Oct 2009: "The only thing I know is that my grandfather, was in the U.S. and in Colorado, etc. and my grandmother was there too for awhile but she got pregnant again and she was sent back to Italy.She had 3 boys. My dad was born in 1908 and he was the "baby".I also know for sure that my grandmother did not want my dad to come to the US to stay, so my grandfather and people in the US bought her a house in town so she could move there and be near people and not all alone.The history is all so interesting.I wish I had asked more questions when my dad was alive."
Change: 25 Aug 2016

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Donato Palmieri (I8181) [Male] b. ABT 1875 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy
Immigration: : 1913
1920 May 13 Boston arrival, 45y, going to cousin - Camillo Palmieri in Primiero, CO. Previously in the US from 1913 to 1915. Wife Clorinda in SEaM. Travelled with Carmine DiVecchia.
Change: 7 Aug 2014

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Eufemia Carapellotti (I8182) [Female] b. ABT 1912
1913 EI arrival, 1y, but line was crossed out. Died in Italy?
1930 census, Old Forge, Lackawanna, PA, not listed with family.
Change: 8 Aug 2017

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Thomas James Carapellotti (I8183) [Male] b. 10 Oct 1918 Old Forge, Lackawanna, PA - d. Oct 1993 McKees Rocks, Allegheny, PA
1920 Census
1930 census, Old Forge, Lackawanna, PA, 12y.
SSDI

U.S. WWII Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947
Name: Thomas James Carpellotti
Race: White
Relationship to Draftee: Self (Head)
Birth Place: Old Forge, Pennsylvania, USA
Birth Date: 10 Oct 1918
Residence: Mckees Rocks, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
Registration Date: 1940
Relationship to Draftee: Mother
Household Members:
Name Relationship
Thomas James Carpellotti Self (Head)

U.S., World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
Name: Thomas J Carpellotti
Birth Year: 1918
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Pennsylvania
State of Residence: Pennsylvania
County or City: Allegheny
Enlistment Date: 7 Mar 1942
Enlistment State: Pennsylvania
Enlistment City: New Cumberland
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: 2 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Semiskilled machine shop and related occupations, n.e.c.
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 66
Weight: 125

1969 21 Feb obituary in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette of brother, Nick Carapellotti. Thomas was living in McKees Rocks, PA.

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
Name: Thomas J. Carpellotti
SSN: 188-01-2617
Last Residence:
15136 Mc Kees Rocks, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
BORN: 26 Oct 1918
Died: Oct 1993
State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951)

https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=63104974
U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Name: Thomas Carpellotti
Birth Date: 1918
Death Date: 1993
Cemetery: Saint Mary Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: McKees Rocks, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Has Bio?: N
Mother: Mary Carpellotti
Change: 8 Aug 2017

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Ottavanio Carapellotti (I8184) [Male] b. ABT 1919
1928 2 Jul NY arrival, 9y, USC.
Change: 8 Aug 2017

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Mary (I8185) [Female]
1950 PA Veterans Compensation Application of husband.
Change: 8 Aug 2017

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Bernardino diSanza (I8186) [Male] d. 24 Jul 1901 Mt. Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT
http://history.utah.gov/apps/burials/execute/viewburial?cemeteryid=SL2100&id=3711
Change: 19 Sep 2009

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Rose "Rosina" Palmieri (I8187) [Female] b. ABT 1908 CO - d. 1990
1910 census, Sequndo, Las Animas, CO, 2y.
1920 census, Price, Carbon, UT, 12y
1930 census, Magna, Salt Lake, UT, 22y
1928 Salt Lake City (UT) Directory: "Mirabella Jos (Rose) chfr Authur Plant r Mgna""
1928-1952 appears in many SLC directories, living in Magna.
1940 census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, 32y.
1944 Salt Lake City (UT) Directory: "Mirabella, Joe (Rose P) boss Utah Copper Co r Magna"
1952 Salt Lake City (UT) Directory: "Mirabella Joe (Rose P) mach Kennecott r Magna"
1952 UT DC of husband, Joe Mirabella, Magna, Salt Lake, UT
1962 referenced in letter from Amato Palmieri to his nephew, Carl in Utah. "I knew the eldest in the family, Rosina, I knew her when she was very small, and I was in America, then."
1990 died in a car accident
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Annie Palmieri (I8188) [Female] b. 14 Feb 1910 Trinidad, Las Animas, CO - d. 22 Aug 1989 Price City Cemetery, Price, Carbon, UT
email from Vickie Palmieri Peterson, Oct 2009: "Their daughter, Annie, never married and died in 1989."
1910 census, Sequndo, Las Animas, CO, 2m.
1920 census, Price, Carbon, UT, 10y
1930 census, Price, Carbon, UT, 18y

Photo of Tombstone at Price City Cemetery.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Antonietta Piccolli (I8189) [Female] b. ABT 1899 - d. 1 Dec 1962
Immigration: : 24 Sep 1937
email from Diana Archer, Sep 2009: "Di Nardo's are related because Nonna Rocco's wife was a Piccolli her sister Anna Guiseppe married a Salvatore DiNardo. "

1920 referenced in EI arrival manifest of husband, Rocco (given name only).

email from Diana Archer, Sep 2009: "Uncle Gino, who died in 1961 only 3 weeks after my Grandmother."

1937 Sep 24 immigrated to Australia.

From "Adrian's Family History": "My mother died in her sleep 1st. December 1962 at the age of 63."

Several emails from grandson, Ralph Palmieri, Mar 2020.
Change: 17 Mar 2020

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Bonnie (I8190) [Female]
2010 I met Bonnie at the reunion of the US and Aussie branches of the Palmieri's.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Carl "Carlo" Palmieri (I8191) [Male] b. 26 Feb 1912 Hempstead, TX - d. 25 Sep 1976 Magna, Salt Lake, UT
Event - Military Service : USAAF: 9 Mar 1942
1920 census, Price, Carbon, UT, 8y, born TX, listed as "Carmen".
1930 census, Price, Carbon, UT, 20y, born TX

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
Name: Carl Palmieri
Birth Year: 1912
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Texas
State of Residence: Utah
County or City: Carbon
Enlistment Date: 9 Mar 1942
Enlistment State: Utah
Enlistment City: Fort Douglas
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: 1 year of high school
Civil Occupation: Semiskilled miners, and mining-machine operators
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 66
Weight: 160

1962 received letter from uncle in Australia, Amato.

Social Security Death Index
Name: Carl Palmieri
SSN: 528-07-1599
Last Residence: 84044 Magna, Salt Lake, Utah, United States of America
Born: 26 Feb 1912
Last Benefit: 84044 Magna, Salt Lake, Utah, United States of America
Died: Sep 1976
State (Year) SSN issued: Utah (Before 1951)

Find-a-grave : http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=palmieri&GSbyrel=in&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=27351549&

U.S. Phone and Address Directories, 1993-2002
Name: Carl Palmieri
Address: 2868 S 8500 W
City: Magna
State: Utah
Zip Code: 84044-1310
Phone Number: 801-250-2883
Residence Years: 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 2000 2001 2002
NOTE: this is the same address that appears on Pasquale Palmieri's 1955 DC

Photo of tombstone at Valley View Cemetery, Magna, Salt Lake, UT.
2007 Obituary of wife, Antoinetta Piccirelli Palmieri.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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John Palmieri (I8192) [Male] b. 26 Nov 1914 Price, Carbon, UT - d. 29 Nov 1920 Price, Carbon, UT
1920 census, Price, Carbon, UT, 5y, born UT.
1920 Nov 29 UT DC, Carbon, UT, 6y.
1930 census, Price, Carbon, UT, 16y, born CO.

Email from Diana Archer after communicating at first with Jim Palmieri, Oct 2009: "I asked him about the mysterious John Palmieri. He says John did in fact die young. I asked about the John on the 1930 census and he says the data must be wrong."

email from Vickie Palmieri, Oct 2009: "Pasquale and Eva's son, John, died in 1920 of complications from measles."

Utah Death Index, 1905-1951
Name: John Palmieri
Death Date: 29 Nov 1920
State File Number: 1920005061
Gender: Male
Age: 6
County of Death: Carbon

Photo of Tombstone at Price City Cemetery.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Diamante "Diamond" Palmieri (I8193) [Male] b. 8 Jan 1907 Secondo, Las Animas, CO - d. Aug 1963
Occupation:
1907 birth record, Trinidad, CO, found the digital "Morti, allegati" records from SEaM for the year 1908. Document from Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Trinidad. Baptized 7 Apr 1907. Godparents Nicola Palieri and Lucrezia Centofanti. Document dated 4 May 1907.

1919 referenced in the US Passport application of Angelo Palmieri (born 4 Mar 1864, residence in USA: Trinidad, CO).
1920 Feb 23 EI arrival, line crossed out for entire family - Camillo 44y, Pietro 14y, Diamante 12y, Lucia 44y, Nicola 17y. All going to Aliquippa, PA. Going to nephew - Nicola Piccirilli.Aunt Gisaria in SEaM.
1924 Jan 11 EI arrival, 17y, mother in SEaM - Lucia Palmieri, going to father Camillo Palmieri in Aliquippa, PA. USC. Previously in Segundo, CO
1930 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 23y, born in CO.

Possible: Social Security Death Index
Name: Diamond Palmer
SSN: 197-01-6864
Died: Aug 1963
State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951)

email from Rosemarie Palmieri Andrews, Oct 2009: "Dad and his brothers lived in McKees Rocks, PA, just Near Alquippa"

email from Rosemarie Palmieri Andrews, Oct 2009: "Uncle Pete and Dad evidently married once before while working in the midwest, Segundo, Colorado, to someone in Ohio or around there. My mother lived in Pennsylvania and dad was working in the local coal mines there, where mom's dad worked also. Dad never read or wrote much English and paid someone to write a note to Mom to ask her out. Seems that guy couldn't write English either, lol..."

email from Rosemarie Andrews, Oct 2009: "My dad lived in McKees Rocks, PA, some miles from Alquippa.He was born in Italy. He came over here when he was 12 yrs old to visit and in 1920 thereabouts when they brought him over to work, around age 16, and he never got to go back home. No money.I spell his name Diamante, as it is, everyone called him Diamond. I have a brother by that name also."

2010 obituary of daughter, Rosemarie.
Change: 5 Oct 2014

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Dalia diCianno (I8194) [Female] b. ABT 1928 PA
Occupation:
1930 census, Beaver Falls, PA, 2y.
2010 obituary of brother, John J. DeCianno.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Adolfo Palmieri (I8195) [Male] d. DECEASED
Immigration: : 24 Sep 1937
email from daughter, Diane Palmieri Archer, Sep 2009.
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-925725686
1937 Sep 24 immigrated to Australia.
Change: 16 Mar 2020

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Teresa Ferro (I8196) [Female] b. ABT 1936 Bella Potenza, Italy
email from daughter, Diane Palmieri Archer, Sep 2009.
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-925725462
email from daughter, Diana Archer, Nov 2009: "My Mum's mother died when she was 5 and her father when she was 6 years of age. Mum was born in Bella Potenza, Italy and was raised by a variety of different family members but primarily her oldest sister Yolanda and her husband Carmine Cecere. Mum came to Australia with them. Carmine came in 1950 and Yolanda, Mum and Lina followed in 1951. They worked for their sponsor family in Darraweitgum in Victoriaand after working their time to pay back their passage left to settle in Silvan. This is where Mum met Dad."
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Diana Palmieri (I8197) [Female]
email from herself, Diana Palmieri Archer, Sep 2009.
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-925724474
Facebook posting by Diana Archer, Sep 2009: "Hi my name is Diana Archer (Palmieri). I am looking for descendants of my father who immigrated to the US. My grandfather's brother Camillo changed his name to Palmer??? had one daughter Euphemia, (Filomena) that we know of. Last known address was La Mesa, California. His sister Eufemia married a Pasquale Palmieri. She died in 1917. They had 4 children, Carlos (Carl), John, Rosy and Anna. We know that Anna married a Joe Mirabella who died in 1952 in Magna Utah."
I met Diana on her trip to the US in Jun 2010.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Elisa Palmieri (I8198) [Female]
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-909018115
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Adrian John Palmieri (I8199) [Male] b. 1932 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Pescara, Italy
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1110653532
email from Angela Giobbi, Oct 2009. sent "Adrian's Family History.doc".
1937 Sep 24 immigrated to Australia.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Filomena Palmieri (I8200) [Female] b. ABT 1920 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 3 Mar 1982
Immigration: : 24 Sep 1937
From "Adrian's Family History": " She died 3. March 1982 at the age of 62."
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1110653532
1937 Sep 24 immigrated to Australia.
Change: 16 Mar 2020

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Gino Palmieri (I8201) [Male] b. 12 Jun 1922 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 23 Dec 1962 Wandin, Victoria, Australia
Immigration: : 24 Sep 1937
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1110653532
email from Diana Archer, Oct 2009: "Uncle Gino, who died in 1961 only 3 weeks after my Grandmother."
1937 Sep 24 immigrated to Australia.
From "Adrian's Family History": "died 23 December 1962 at the age of 40"
Change: 16 Mar 2020

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Maria Palmieri (I8202) [Female]
Immigration: : 24 Sep 1937
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7265996/person/-1110653532
1937 Sep 24 immigrated to Australia.
Change: 16 Mar 2020

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Antonio Palmieri (I8203) [Male] b. 19 Apr 1900 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 6 May 1991 Aliquippa, Beaver, PA
Immigration: : 23 Nov 1920
Naturalization: : 17 Jan 1928
Occupation: P&LE RR Track Foreman
1920 23 Nov EI arrival, 18y, father in SEaM - Nicola, going to Uncle - Nicola Mancini in Aliquippa, PA. Travelled with Nicola Palmieri 18y, mother in SEaM - Lucia Palmieri, going to father - Camillo Palmieri in Aliquippa, PA.
1921 Feb 10 Declaration of Intention
1921 May 1 Petition for Naturalization, witness: Nicola Mancini and Giovanni diMarco.
1928 Jan 17 Oath of Allegiance
1929 Marriage based on 1930 census.
1930 census, Aliquippa, PA, 30y, 135 Beaver Ave, first married at 29. Worked for railroad. Immigrated 1920. Boarding at the home of Philip and Rosie Mallacho (?).
1940 census, West Aliquippa, PA, 40y, 135 1/2 Beaver Ave. Wife and 4 children, roomer - Vincenzo Dinardo, 45y.

Posting by Bill Bodkin, Jun 2009: "Antonio Palmieri, born to Nicola and Philomena Pietroantonio Palmieri in 1900 (sibling Emilio), came to the US in Nov 1920 from San Eufemia. He had relatives in Australia altho I have no details yet."
1991 death - Woodlawn Cemetery web site.
1991 obituary in the Beaver County Times, 91y.
Change: 20 Jan 2017

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Carmella Colafella (I8204) [Female] b. ABT 1909 Italy - d. 1991 Woodlawn Cemetery, Aliquippa, Beaver, PA
Immigration: : 1929
1930 census, Aliquippa, PA, 21y, first married at 20y. Immigrated 1929.
1978 obituary in the Beaver County Times of brother Domenico.
1991 death - Woodlawn Cemetery web site.
1991 obituary in the Beaver County Times of husband Antonio.
Change: 16 May 2010

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Nicola "Nicholas" Palmieri (I8205) [Male] b. ABT 1903 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. ABT 1950
Occupation:
1920 Feb 23 EI arrival, 17y, going to Aliquippa, PA, travelled with brothers - Pietro 14y and Diamante 12y and father Camillo and mother Lucia. Aunt in SEaM - Gisaria (probably Cesaria). Lines all crossed out. Going to cousin - Nicola Piccirilli.Born in Sant'Eufemia.
1920 23 Nov EI arrival, 18y, mother in SEaM - Lucia Palmieri, going to father - Camillo Palmieri in Aliquippa, PA. Travelled with Antonio Palmieri 18y, father in SEaM - Nicola, going to Uncle - Nicola Mancini in Aliquippa, PA.
1930 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 28y, born in Italy, immigrated 1920.
email from Rosemarie Palmieri Andrews, Oct 2009: "My uncle, Nicolas, died around age 20. Supposedly, he just got his own car and he got killed in it.He never did marry."
email from Rosemarie Palmieri Andrews, Oct 2009: "Dad had two brothers, Nicolas and Peter, who moved into the Pittsburgh,McKees Rocks, PA. area My only cousin Palmer is there still. I dont have an email address or anything, havent heard in years."
Change: 7 Aug 2014

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Lucia Palmieri (I8206) [Female] b. ABT 1876 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy
Referenced in WWI Draft Reg of husband Camillo, Aliquippa, PA.
1920 referenced in EI arrival of son, Nicola. Listed as Lucia Palmieri.
1920 Feb 23 EI arrival, 44y, going to Aliquippa, PA, Line crossed out. Previously in the US from 1904 to 1908. Going to nephew - Nicola Piccirilli.
Posting by Rosemarie Andrews, Jun 2001: "I do not know Lucia's maiden name, but do know she had family in Sant'Eufemia, and she did not return to the U.S. after 1920."
Change: 7 Aug 2014

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Pietro "Pete" Palmieri (I8207) [Male] b. 13 Jul 1905 Secondo, Las Animas, CO
Occupation:
1905 birth record, Trinidad, CO, found the digital "Morti, allegati" records from SEaM for the year 1908. 13 Jul 1905 in Secundo, CO. Document from Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Trinidad. Document dated 4 Oct 1905. Baptized 19 Sep 1905, godmother Amalia Marioli.

1919 referenced in the US Passport application of Angelo Palmieri (born 4 Mar 1864, residence in USA: Trinidad, CO).
1920 Feb 23 EI arrival, line crossed out for entire family - Camillo 44y, Pietro 14y, Diamante 12y, Lucia 44y, Nicola 17y. All going to Aliquippa, PA. Going to nephew - Nicola Piccirilli. Aunt Gisaria in SEaM.
email from Rosemarie Palmieri Andrews, Oct 2009: "Uncle Pete and Dad evidently married once before while working in the midwest, Segundo, Colorado, to someone in Ohio or around there."
email from Rosemarie Palmieri Andrews, Oct 2009: "Dad had two brothers, Nicolas and Peter, who moved into the Pittsburgh,McKees Rocks, PA. area My only cousin Palmer is there still. I dont have an email address or anything, havent heard in years."

1940 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA. 32y, with wife and daughter.

Guestbook posting by Lorilee Ressler, Aug 2016 "Yes, I'm the grand daughter of Camillo #2 from McKees Rocks, PA. this is really interesting stuff. My cousin was Rosemarie Andrews. My grandfather was Peter (Pietro) brother of her father Diamonte. Peter had two children Charles and Lucille both born in McKees Rocks."
Change: 25 Aug 2016

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Vincenzo Palmieri (I8208) [Male] b. 14 May 1894 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. Feb 1983 Italy
Immigration: : 23 Feb 1909
Naturalization: : BEF 1940
1894 SEaM digital birth record #29. f: Genarro, m: Anna Concetta Mancini. Leavatice : Beatrice Bucci.

1904 31 Mar, possible naturalization, Joliet, Will, IL. Witnesses Devanzo Giovanni (diGiovine?) & Pasqula Montenuto (Pasquale Montenuto?)

1909 Feb 23 Boston arrival, 15y, father in SEaM - Gennaro. Going to brother - Camillo Palmieri in Primero, CO. Not previously in the US.

Travelled with Camillo Timperio 30y who was going to brother-in-law Camillo Palmieri in Primero, CO. Wife in SEaM.

1920 Mar 24 - EI arrival, 26y, last residence, SEaM, wife Lucia, going to brother, Camillo, at Primero, CO. Previously in the US from 1908-13. Born SEaM.

1940 census, Joliet, Will, IL. 45y, naturalized. Wife, Lucia, 40y. Section Laborer on the railroad. Born Italy.

WWII Draft Reg, Joliet, IL, 47y, DOB 14 May 1894, reference Lucia Palmieri. born SEaM.

1942 Joliet City Directory, Will, IL, "Palmieri Vincenzo (Lucia) lab EOP h 252 Scott"
1947 Joliet City Directory, Will, IL, "Palmieri Vincenzo (Lucia) lab h 252 Scott"

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
Name: Vincenzo Palmieri
SSN: 709-12-0594
Last Residence:
700 (U.S. Consulate), Italy
BORN: 14 May 1894
Died: Feb 1983
State (Year) SSN issued: Railroad Board (Issued Through) (Before 1951)
Change: 11 Jan 2017

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Maddalena Mancini (I8209) [Female] b. 19 Feb 1846 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy
1846 SEaM digital birth record #6, f: Luigi 34y, m: Piaquinta 33y.

RIN's 8209, 17966 and 15635 are probably all the same person.
Change: 11 Aug 2019

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Clorinda (I8210) [Female]
1920 referenced in EI arrival of husband, Donato.
Change: 21 Sep 2009

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Giulia "Julia" Scalise (I8211) [Female] b. 1865 San Giovanni in Fiore, Cosenza, Italy - d. 18 Mar 1922 Price, Carbon, UT
Immigration: : 21 Oct 1912
1907 EI arrival of son Pasquale. Listed mother Giulia in S. Giovanni in Fiore
1912 EI arrival, 47y, daughter Rosa in San Giovanni, going to husband Francesco Fratto in Sunnyside, UT. Never before in the US. Travelled with Vittoria Romano, 24y, and son Antonio Fratto, 3y, going to husband/father Giovanni Fratto in Sunnyside, UT (father in San Giovanni in Fiore - Salvatore).
1919 Marriage record, listed as Mrs. Julia Scalis Feralto (probably Fratto - first marriage name).
1920 census, Price, Carbon, UT, 54y, husband, Charles 44y (this is Pasquale), four children (Rose 12y, Anna 10y, Carmen 8y (this is Carlo) and John 5y).
1922 UT DC, 57y, spouse - Charlie Palmeri, reported by Charlie Fratto (probably son by first marriage). Lived in Price, UT for 1y 1m. born in Italy.
email from step-grandson, Jim Palmieri, Oct 2009: she "Pasquale then quickly married Julia Fratto (who died in 1922) and is buried next to both Pasquale & Eufemia at the Price Cemetery."

Photo of Tombstone at Price City Cemetery, born 1864, born in Italy. Name on tombstone - Julia Fratto.
Change: 11 Sep 2011

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Joe Mirabella (I8212) [Male] b. 7 Nov 1898 Costro Dei Voleci, Italy - d. 29 Jun 1952 Magna, Salt Lake, UT
Occupation: Leadman for Kennecott Copper: 1952
1930 census, Magna, Salt Lake, UT, 31y
1940 census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, 40y.
1952 UT DC
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Viola Mirabella (I8213) [Female] b. ABT 1927 UT
email from Vickie Palmieri Peterson, Oct 2009.
1930 census, Magna, Salt Lake, UT, 3y 3m
1940 census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, 13y.

Posible:
Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002
Name: Viola Palombi [Viola Mirabella]
Birth Date: 30 Dec 1926
Birth State: Utah
Birth Country: United States
Gender: Female
Race: White
Residence City: Orrville
Residence County: Wayne
Residence State: Ohio
Residence Zip Code: 44667
Residence Country: United States
Death Date: 24 Mar 1999
Death Time: 3:10 PM
City of Death: Canton
County of Death: Stark
Certificate: 035919
Age at Death: 72
Registrar's Certificate Number: 00536
Certifier: Physician
Referred to Coroner: No
Autopsy: No
Method of Disposition: Removal from State
Filing Date: 29 Mar 1999
Hospital Status: Hospital/Inpatient
Injury in Ohio: Yes
Type Place of Injury: Unspecified Place
Social Security Number: 529-28-5241
Father's Surname: Mirabella
Mother's Maiden Name: Palmeri
Marital Status: Widowed
Education: 12
Armed Forces Indicator: No
Industry of Decedent: Own Home/At Home
Occupation of Decedent: Housewife/Homemaker
Primary Registration District: 7601
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Virginia Mirabella (I8214) [Female] b. ABT 1930 UT
email from Vickie Palmieri Peterson, Oct 2009.
1930 census, Magna, Salt Lake, UT, 11m
1940 census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, 10y.
Change: 3 Oct 2016

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Quirino Palmieri (I8215) [Male] b. 10 Oct 1908 Sequndo, Las Animas, CO
1923 US Passport Application taken in Rome. Testimony of father, Giovanni Palmieri.
1923 Dec 6 EI arrival, 15y, USC, going to 605 Webster Ave, Pittsburgh, PA.
Change: 22 Sep 2009

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Giovanni Palmieri (I8216) [Male]
Naturalization: : 26 Mar 1904
1923 US Passport Application of son, Quirino. Giovanni lives in Pittsburgh, PA.
Change: 22 Sep 2009

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Nicolantonio Palmieri (I8217) [Male] b. 12 Jan 1865 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy
Occupation:
Immigration: : 6 Mar 1901
1865 SEaM digital birth record, 12 Jan. Nicolantonio, f: Venamio 50y, m: Maria Carcesi 37y, gf: Barnabo.

1895 SEaM digital marriage record #5/2. 30y. f: Venansio, m: Maria Caruzi (?)

1901 (Possible) Mar 6 EI arrival, 31y(?) more likely 35y, going to Mulberry St, New York, NY. Listed as Nicolantonio.
1907 Jul 21 EI arrival, 42y, wife in SEaM - Filomena diPietrantonio. Going to nephew Nicola Mancini in Pittsburgh, PA. Previously in the US at Denver, CO.
1920 referenced in EI arrival of son Antonio in Aliquippa, PA.
Posting by Bill Bodkin, Jun 2009: "Antonio Palmieri, born to Nicola and Philomena Pietroantonio Palmieri in 1900 (sibling Emilio), came to the US in Nov 1920 from Sant'Eufemia."
Change: 20 Jan 2017

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Camille Palmieri (I8218) [Male] b. ABT 1895 Price, Carbon, UT
IGI Record: http://www.familysearch.org/eng/search/AF/individual_record.asp?recid=9081324&lds=0®ion=-1®ionfriendly=&frompage=99
Spouse Eva Olsen (8 Apr 1899 - abt 1980), marriage 11 Jan 1918. Trace her records for parents.
Change: 22 Sep 2009

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Mabel diNardo (I8219) [Female]
Posting by Rosemarie Andrews, Jun 2001: "My father's (Diamante) first wife was a Mabel DiNardo and I would like to locate her children if any to see if any are related to me. There must be a lot of cousins somewhere that may have some more knowledge of the relatives in Italy."

email from Rosemarie Andrews, Oct 2009: "I never did find out anything re DiNardo...that name was very prevalent, I believe they came from SanEufemia also."
Change: 8 Oct 2009

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Rosemarie 'Teardrop' Palmer (I8220) [Female] b. 24 Feb 1937 Ralston, PA - d. 9 Dec 2010 Lockport, NY
Posting by herself, Rosemarie Andrews, Jun 2001.
email from Rosemarie Palmieri Andrews, Sep 2009: "I am a Palmieri, maiden name is Palmer. My father and his two brothers came over from Italy years ago.My dad was born in Segundo, Colo. and his mother and brothers went back to Italy for awhile.They paid my Grandmother money to let Dad come back when he was 16 yrs. old.He never returned to Italy.He had two older brothers, Pietro and Carmine. Uncle Pietro lived in McKees Rocks with his family.We visited and wrote letters, etc. but they are gone now. Carmine died at an early age.My mother used to write letters to Italy to Dad's family."

2010 email from Rosemarie's family on her passing.

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal The Lockport Union-Sun % Journal Sat Dec 11, 2010, 07:19 PM EST

LOCKPORT Rosemarie "Teardrop" Andrews passed away Thursday, December 9, 2010 in Eastern Niagara Hospital, Lockport. Born February 24, 1937 in Ralston, PA, she was the daughter of the late Diamond and Hilda Jones Palmer.

Rosemarie worked as a legal secretary for Albert Barone in Lockport. She was a member of Niagara County React, the Red Hat Society, 7 Clan Archery, the American Rifle Association and a former Girl Scout Leader, and enjoyed traveling, camping, crafts and her c/b radio.

Rosemarie was the mother of Pamela Kim (late John) DeSio of Lexington, NC, Nicole (John) Fair and Lori (Jay) Skinner, both of Sanborn, Kristina Harris of Lockport and Jessica (David) Klock of Pendleton; also survived by nine grandchildren and one great grandchild. Rosemarie was the sister of Louis Palmer, Carol (Gary) Werth and Gregory (Rosemary) Palmer, all of Lockport, and the late Diamond Palmer, Jr., Lucy Leonello and Helen Bailey.

There will be no prior visitation. A Memorial Service will be on Tuesday afternoon at 4 PM in the Pendleton United Methodist Church, 6864 Campbell Blvd., Pendleton, NY. Memorials to the American Heart Association or to the American Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.

Please visit www.pruddenandkandt.com to send an online condolence to the family.
Change: 25 Aug 2016

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Emilio Palmieri (I8221) [Male]
Posting by Bill Bodkin, Jun 2009: "Antonio Palmieri, born to Nicola and Philomena Pietroantonio Palmieri in 1900 (sibling Emilio), came to the US in Nov 1920 from San Eufemia."
Change: 23 Sep 2009

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Filomena diPietrantonio (I8222) [Female] b. 8 Aug 1865 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy
1865 possible SEaM digital birth record #40. 8 Aug. f: Ferdinando 40y, m: Angela Caterina diGiovine.
Change: 20 Jan 2017

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Dene Archer (I8223) [Male]
email from wife, Diane Palmieri Archer, Sep 2009.

2020 Mar - email from wife, Diana Archer.
Change: 4 Mar 2020

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Nicolantonio Piccolli (I8224) [Male]
1910 SEaM marriage record of daughter, Anna Giuseppa.
Change: 23 Apr 2014

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Anna Giuseppa Piccoli (I8225) [Female] b. 18 Aug 1888 Italy - d. 22 Jan 1974 Melbourne, Australia
email from grandniece, Diana Archer, Sep 2009: "She was Antionetta Piccoli and her sister, Anna Guiseppe Piccolli, married a Salvatore DiNardo whose daughter, Vallerio married a Vallerio Marcucci."

http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/2078646/person/-1864307299 : (Photo)
Change: 15 Aug 2017

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Salvatore Luigi diNardo (I8226) [Male] b. 9 Mar 1887 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 5 Nov 1916 Volkoniak
email from Diana Archer, Sep 2009.

1887 SEaM 9 Mar birth record #15 viewed at the FHC. f: Giallorenzo, m: Eufemia Crivelli. Notation: married Anna Giuseppa Piccoli 23 Apr 1910 in SEaM.

http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/2078646/person/-1864354011 (Photo on web site) : "Apparently Salvatore travelled to America many times - to work. He was in America when WW1 broke out and he return to Italy to enlist. He was reportedly wounded and not long before the end of the war was declared fit for service and either, decided to or was ordered back to the front where he was killed . "

http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/2078646/person/-1864354011 DOD 1918. photo.

World War I: Online Database of the Italian victims, DOB 9 Mar 1887 in SEaM, DOD 5 Nov 1916. father - Gian Lorenzo, died in Volkoniak.

1917 SEaM death record Parte II #1. Recorded 21 Feb 1917. Soldier. f: Saverio, m: Eufemia Crivelli. Reports death on 5 Dec 1916.
Change: 15 Aug 2017

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Giovanni "John" Palmieri (I8227) [Male] b. ABT 1905 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 28 Oct 1985 Detroit, Wayne, MI
Immigration: : 9 Sep 1905
1905 Sep 9 EI arrival, 2y, travelled with parents and siblings, going to uncle, Vitantonio (?) in Rendham, PA. Travelled with Eufemia Palmieri, going to husband Pasquale Palmieri in Primero, CO.
Posting by J Palmer (ID *****5874) March 06, 2005 at 05:01:16 In Reply to: Palmieri of San Eufemia, Italy, 1880? by Rosemarie Andrews: " Hi - My grandfather was the "Giovanni" in the list of people who came over on that boat in 1905. He changed his name to "Palmer" in the 1920's when he moved to Detroit and got engaged. He had one son (my dad) and two daughters. He died in October 1985."

1910 census, Las Animas, CO, 5y. imm 1905.
1920 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 14y, imm 1905

Michigan Deaths, 1971-1996
Name: John R Palmer
Birth Date: 24 Jun 1905
Death Date: 28 Oct 1985
Gender: Male
Residence: Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
Place of Death: Clinton, Macomb, Michigan
Change: 7 Aug 2014

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Vincenzo "Jim" "Vincent" Palmieri (I8228) [Male] b. Sep 1871 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 1947 Stowe Township, PA
Posting by Thomas Gargaro on http://www.laroccalulett.com/SantEufemiaSurnames.html
1905 Sep 9 EI arrival, 34y, travelled with wife and children, going to brother, Vitantonio (?) in Rendham, PA. Previously in the US from 1897-1901 (?) in Rendham. Travelled with Filomena Palmieri and Eufemia Palmieri.
1910 census, Las Animas, CO. Listed as "Jim".
1920 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 48y, Listed as "Vincent", imm 1900, Benwood Ave, With wife Angelina and 6 children.
1930 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 59y, immigraged 1892, first married at 24y. with wife Angeline and 4 children. Lived near many, many Palmieri.
email from Tom Gargaro, Mar 2010: "Mary's father was Vincenzo Palmieri, born 1871 in St. Eufemia and died 1947 here near Pittsburgh. He had brothers named Vitantonio (Anthony) and Pasquale and a sister named Eufemia. I'm pretty sure that they all ended up in the States. Vincenzo's parents were Pietro (Peter) and Filomene Cerone Eufemia married another St. Eufemian named John DelVecchio (DeVecchio) and their children's names were Nancy, Anne, Mary, Susie. Rosie, Mike and John. Vitantonio married Domenica Rose DiGiovinni. Their childrens names were Philomene, Ivy, Adele, and Peter."
email from Tom Gargaro, Jul 2010: "My Grandmother's father was Vincenzo, and his siblings were Mariucci, Vitantonio, Eufemia, and Pasquale."
Change: 7 Aug 2014

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Demetria "Angelina" Greco (I8229) [Female] b. ABT 1877 - d. 1950 Stowe Township, PA
Immigration: : 9 Sep 1905
Posting by Thomas Gargaro on http://www.laroccalulett.com/SantEufemiaSurnames.html
1905 Sep 9 EI arrival, 28y, travelled with husband and children, going to brother-in-law, Vitantonio (?) in Rendham, PA.

1910 census, Las Animas, CO, 33y, married 14 years. 4 children - 4 living. Imm 1905.
1920 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 42y, imm 1905, Benwood Ave,
1930 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 52y, first married at 18y. with husband and 3 children.
Change: 12 Sep 2011

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Maria Palmieri (I8230) [Female] b. 10 Sep 1900 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 9 Apr 1987 Stowe Township, PA
Immigration: : 9 Sep 1905
Posting by grandson, Thomas Gargaro, on http://www.laroccalulett.com/SantEufemiaSurnames.html
1905 Sep 9 EI arrival, 4y, travelled with parents and siblings, going to uncle, Vitantonio (?) in Rendham, PA.
1910 census, Las Animas, CO, 10y. imm 1905.
1920 census, Sowe, Allegheny, PA, 19y, imm 1905.
1930 census Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 29y, first married at 16y, immigrated 1905.
email from Tom Gargaro, Jul 2010: "All of the information that I had about my side of the Palmieri's came directly from my grandmother, Mary Palmieri, daughter of Vincenzo and Angeline, Born in 1900 and passing away in 1987. She was always fond of discussing family connections, and I sat with her many times in order to try and document as much as possible. I am confident that all of the information that she provided was 100% accurate. I also sat with my Aunt Julie and Uncle Vince on their last visit to the States sometime in the late 1980's and took a video of them discussing all of these family ties. While my ex wife decided to get rid of this video, I had the foresight to review the tape many times and get this documentation written down. All of this information is related directly to my Grandmother's side of the family. So, my Grandmother's lineage, which I have previously provided and is now on Ancestry, is taken directly from these conversations."
Change: 7 Aug 2014

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Fiore Palmieri (I8231) [Male] b. 13 Nov 1902 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. Sep 1987 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA
Immigration: : 9 Sep 1905
Posting by Thomas Gargaro on http://www.laroccalulett.com/SantEufemiaSurnames.html
1905 Sep 9 EI arrival, 3y, travelled with parents and siblings, going to uncle, Vitantonio (?) in Rendham, PA. Typical naturalization notation - 7 May 1936.
1910 census, Las Animas, CO, 8y. imm 1905.
1920 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 17y, imm 1905
1930 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 27y, immigrated 1905, first married at 21y, with wife Adeline and 3 children. Used Palmer, Lived near many, many Palmieri.

Social Security Death Index
Name: Fiore Palmieri
SSN: 170-03-7720
Last Residence: 15237 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Born: 13 Nov 1902
Last Benefit: 15136 Mc Kees Rocks, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Died: Sep 1987
State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951)
Change: 7 Aug 2014

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Pietro Palmieri (I8232) [Male]
Posting by Thomas Gargaro on http://www.laroccalulett.com/SantEufemiaSurnames.html
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=taylor-gargaro&id=I02234
email from Angela Giobbi, Jul 2010: "I found a note which my Auntie Julia gave me, I do not know if it is correct, --- He [Pasquale] was born 1876 in Sant'Eufemia. Died in Salt Lake City 1955. His father was known as Pietro Palmieri and mother Filomena Cerone."

email from Tom Gargaro, Jul 2010: "My Grandmother's father was Vincenzo, and his siblings were Mariucci, Vitantonio, Eufemia, and Pasquale. Pasquale married a Eufemia Palmieri and I am almost certain that this is your family's Eufemia, given that my Grandmother had mentioned repeatedly that this uncle of hers married a first cousin and that they ended up in Utah. This makes me believe that Pasquale's father, Pietro, and your Eufemia's father, Carmine, are brothers and that they are both the sons of Germano and Concetta."
Change: 1 Aug 2018

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Vitantonio "Anthony V." Palmieri (I8233) [Male] b. ABT 1868 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy
Immigration: : 27 May 1892
Occupation: Coal miner: 1910
1892 May 27 EI arrival, 29y.
1905 referenced in EI arrival of wife, Domenica Rosa diGiovine and two children.
1905 referenced in EI arrival of brother, Vincenzo, and his family.
1910 census, Old Forge, PA, 42y, married 18y, immigrated 1893. Had a boarder - Salvatore diGiovine 23y, immigrated 1909. Lived nearby to John & Eufemia DiVecchio and Nicola and Rosa diGiovine.
1920 census, Old Forge, PA, 52y, listed as Tony V.
email from grandson, Anthony Palmieri, Feb 2002: "hi mark i got your email on sant'eufemia surnames. my greatgrandparents came from sant'eufemia. my grandfather vito antonio palmieri. my greandmother rose digiovine. the town i came from old forge penna. in this town i am related to divecchio's and digiovine. my frend tony mancini said he is related to maria carapelotto. please email me back. tony palmer. p.s.: carapelotto lived in this town they moved to pittsburgh."

email from Tom Gargaro, Jul 2010: "My Grandmother's father was Vincenzo, and his siblings were Mariucci, Vitantonio, Eufemia, and Pasquale."
Change: 7 Aug 2014

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Domenica ROSA diGiovine (I8234) [Female] b. 1 Sep 1872 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 19 Jun 1938 Old Forge, Lackawanna, PA
Occupation:
Immigration: : 9 Sep 1905
1872 SEaM digital birth record, #35. Notation: married Vintantonio Palmieri, 7 Oct 1892.

1905 Sep 9 EI arrival, 33y, travelled with two children, going to husband Vitantonio Palmieri in Rendham, PA.
1910 census, Old Forge, PA, 38y, immigrated 1905. 6 children - 4 living. Listed as Domenica. Lived next door to John and Eufemia DiVecchia
1920 census, Old Forge, PA, 48y, listed as Rose
email from grandson, Anthony Palmieri, Feb 2002.
email from grandson, Anthony Palmieri, Jan 2010: "I wish my dad put Palmieri on my birth certificate in Pa. He put Palmer. On my church baptismal certificate is Palmieri. My dad was born in 1904. My mom was born in 1910. My grandmother was pregnant with my father coming over on the boat. The last time I was in McKess Rocks was 25 years ago."

1938 PA DC, abt 64y, listed as Rosaria Palmieri. 126 First St. Old Forge, PA. h: Vito Palmiere, f:Antonio Prinzo, m: don't know. Reported by Nick Palmiere.
Change: 6 Aug 2014

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Filomena Palmieri (I8235) [Female] b. ABT 1900 Italy
Immigration: : 9 Sep 1905
1905 Sep 9 EI arrival, 5y, travelled with mother.
1910 census, Old Forge, PA, 10y.
Change: 3 Jan 2010

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Pietro "Peter" Palmieri (I8236) [Male] b. 1904 Italy
Immigration: : 9 Sep 1905
1905 Sep 9 EI arrival, 3y, travelled with mother.
1910 census, Old Forge, PA, 8y
1920 census, Old Forge, PA, 17y
1943 PA DC of son Peter.
email from son, Anthony Palmer, Jan 2010: "my dad peter palmer [palmieri] born 1904."
Change: 11 Jul 2014

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Angelo Sante Gargaro (I8237) [Male] b. 20 Jan 1893 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. Feb 1966 Mc Kees Rocks, Allegheny, PA
Immigration: : 23 Mar 1909
Occupation: Fort Pitt Spring Company: 1942
Posting by grandson, Thomas Gargaro, on http://www.laroccalulett.com/SantEufemiaSurnames.html: "He emigrated to Stowe Twp. Pa. in 1909."

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=taylor-gargaro&id=I00025

1909 Mar 23 EI arrival, 16y, father Isidoro in SEaM, going to cousin Nicola d'Amico at 24 Mulberry St in New York.

1914 20 Jul, EI Arrival of Raffaele D'Antini. He was in McKees Rocks.

WWI Draft Reg, Stowe, PA 20 Jan 1893 24y, married.

1920 census, Sowe, Allegheny, PA, 26y, imm 1909. With wife and two sons. Three boarders Guy Iabella, Camillo diGiovine and Camillo ??.

1930 census, Stowe, Allegheny, PA, 37y, first married at 23y, wife and 6 children, (Nick Mancini 31y,brother-in-law living with them, first married at 30y. Immigrated 1929)
WWII Draft Reg, DOB 20 Jan 1893, 49y, 901 Benwood Ave, McKees Rocks, PA. Ref Mrs Mary Gargaro, sam address.

1950 article in the Pittsburgh Press: Family Re-united after 40 years. Angelo came to the US at the age of 15y.

email from Tom Gargaro, Oct 2009: "Yes, my grandfather ( Angelo Santo Gargaro) was Vincenzo's oldest brother. I can share a little story about them, hopefully not boring all of you. Angelo was born in St. Eufemia in 1893. He emmigrated to the USA in 1909 at age 16. His brother Vincenzo was born in 1910, thus my grandfather had left Italy before Vincenzo was born. As all of their brothers and sisters were brought to the USA by their father Isadore (typically one every several years), there came a time after 1921 when all of Vincenzo's siblings had left Italy. Being only 11, Uncle Vincenzo stayed in Italy until both of his parents had died (1941). At this time, he wanted desperately to come to the States to be with all of his brothers and sisters, but was refused due to political issues between Italy and the USA. He and Julie decided to move to Australia instead, where many folks from St. Eufemia had already relocated. Remember, this was 1941, Vincenzo was 31 years old and still had never met his oldest brother Angelo. As a side note, I can remember my Aunt Julie (as we all called her) relating that once she left St. Eufemia for Australia, it took Uncle Vince another year to get through the administrative obstacles in order to join his wife in Melbourne.
Finally, in 1958 (I think), Vincenzo and Juliet arranged a vacation to America, where he met for the first time his brother. Angelo was 65 years old, and Vincenzo was 48. The local newspaper, the McKees Rocks Gazette, ran a front page article on this happy reunion, including a picture of the two brothers. Vince was so touched by being near all of his siblings, he convinced Juliet to say, which they did until 1970., when they returned permanently to Melbourne to be with Juliet's family. Just a cool, but true, story."

Social Security Death Index
Name: Angelo Gargaro
SSN: 714-07-6075
Last Residence: 15136 Mc Kees Rocks, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Born: 20 Jan 1893
Died: Feb 1966
State (Year) SSN issued: Railroad Board (Issued Through) (Before 1951)
Change: 20 May 2019

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Isidoro Gargaro (I8238) [Male] b. 25 Mar 1865 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. Feb 1941 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Pescara, Italy
Immigration: : 1 Feb 1921
1865 SE digital birth record #18. f: Angelo Santo, m: Alba Celeste Crivelli. DOB 25 Mar 1865.

1889 SEaM digital birth record #63 of daughter.

1898 SEaM digital birth record # 51 of daughter, Agnese. 33y.

1921 1 Feb EI arrival, 56y, Wife in SEaM - Angeluccia. Going to son, Angelo Gargaro, 803 Lamont St, McKees Rocks, PA. Never before in the US. Traveled with son, Antonio.

1927 referenced in EI arrival of daugther, Agnese. He was in SEaM.

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=taylor-gargaro&id=I02242
Posting by Thomas Gargaro on http://www.laroccalulett.com/SantEufemiaSurnames.html:
"My father's mother and father were both born in St. Eufemia a Maiella. My Grandfather's name was Angelo Sante Gargaro. He was born in St.Eufemia a Maiella on January 20, 1893 and died in Stowe Twp.,Pa. in 1966. He emigrated to Stowe Twp. Pa. in 1909. He was the son of Isadore Gargaro (born March 24, 1864 and died February,1941 and is buried in St. Eufemia) and Bernadette Angelucci (born May 31, 1868 and died February 2, 1936 and is also buried in St.Eufemia). Isadore's father was Angelo Santo (born 1809), Angelo Santo's father was Francesco (born 1768 and married to Angela Domenica Mancini) Francesco's father was Orazio (born 1746 and married Aghese Zianni) Orazio's father was Bernardini (born 1700) They were all from St.Eufemia a Maiella.

Bernadette's father was Nicolo Angelucci (born 1834 and died 1909) and her mother was Maria Severia Centefante (died 1922). Nicolo's father was Francesco Angelucci born 1789.
My Grandfather had 6 brothers and sisters, all born in St.Eufemia.
- Celeste (born 1891 and died in Stowe Twp.Pa. in 1933) married Raphael Dantini (also from St.Eufemia).
- Anine (born in 1896 and died in Stowe Twp. Pa. in 1984) married Camille Salvitti (also from St. Eufemia).
- Anuzine (born in 1899 and died in 1972 in Alliquippa, Pa.) married Jim DiNardo
- Anthony (Born in 1905 and died from influenza in 1921 two weeks after arriving in America with his father Isadore)
- Marietta (Born in 1907 and died in 1972 in Aliquippa, Pa.) married Nicholas Mancini
- Vincenzo (Born 1910 and died in 2001 in Melbourne Australia) married Juliette Palmieri (also born in St.Eufemia)

My Grandmother's name was Mary Palmieri. She was born in St. Eufemia a Maiella on September 10, 1900 and died in Stowe Twp. Pa. on April 9, 1987. She was the daughter of Angeline Geco (Born 1877 in or near St. Eufemia and died in 1950 in Stowe Twp.Pa) and Vincenzo Palmieri (Born September 1871 in St. Eufemia and died in 1947 in Stowe Twp. Pa. Vincenzo's parents were Peter Palmieri and Filomene Cerone, both from St. Eufemia.
My Grandmother had 6 brothers and sisters, with the 5 youngest being born in America
- Fiore married Angeline Tessicino
- John
- Joe (Born 1912 and died in 1988) married Rose Catanzarite
- Mamie married Ercolene D'amico
- Ann married Bill Palmieri (Born in St. Giacomo, a small town right next to St. Eufemia.)
- Rose married Antonio DeLisio (Born in Sulmona)
I realize that I've provided a great deal of information, but I do have more regarding some ancestor's brothers and sisters. "
Change: 19 May 2019

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Benedetta Angelucci (I8239) [Female] b. 31 May 1868 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Chieti, Italy - d. 2 Feb 1936 Sant'Eufemia a Maiella, Pescara, Italy
1889 SEaM digital birth record #63 of daughter.

1898 SEaM digital birth record # 51 of daughter, Agnese.

1930 NY arrival of daughter, Maria Gargaro, listed as Benedetta.

Posting by Thomas Gargaro on http://www.laroccalulett.com/SantEufemiaSurnames.html : "My Grandfather's name was Angelo Sante Gargaro. He was born in St.Eufemia a Maiella on January 20, 1893 and died in Stowe Twp.,Pa. in 1966. He emigrated to Stowe Twp. Pa. in 1909. He was the son of Isadore Gargaro (born March 24, 1864 and died February,1941 and is buried in St. Eufemia) and Bernadette Angelucci (born May 31, 1868 and died February 2, 1936 and is also buried in St.Eufemia). Isadore's father was Angelo Santo (born 1809), Angelo Santo's father was Francesco (born 1768 and married to Angela Domenica Mancini) Francesco's father was Orazio (born 1746 and married Aghese Zianni) Orazio's father was Bernardini (born 1700) They were all from St.Eufemia a Maiella."
Change: 18 May 2019

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Angelo Santo Gargaro (I8240) [Male] b. 1809
Posting by Thomas Gargaro on http://www.laroccalulett.com/SantEufemiaSurnames.html
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=taylor-gargaro&id=I01862

1865 SE digital birth record #18, 56y.
Change: 19 May 2019

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