DiVecchio/Frazzini Notes 64 (Notes Pages)

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

Pantalone, Francesco Paolo {I631} (b. 6 Jul 1823)

Note: Film 1177425 Nati 1823 #127
Film 1353699 Matri 1848 #10
Given Name: Francesco Paolo
Change: Date: 3 Oct 2016
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Fattore, Carmina Nicola {I632} (b. ABT 1838)
Note: Film 1353699 Matri 1848 #10
Given Name: Carmina Nicola
Change: Date: 3 Oct 2016
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Timperio, Giovanna Caterina {I633} (b. ABT 1806, d. 11 Feb 1854)
Note: Film 1353700 Matri 1856 #11 of daughter Anna Giuseppe
Film 1353699 Matri 1848 #7 of daughter Marianna
Film 1177438 Nati 1837 #127 of son Vincenzo
Film 1353700 Morti 1854 #1, 50y
Film 1177433 Nati 1832 #128 of daughter Anna Giuseppe, 41y (must be 21y)
Given Name: Giovanna Caterina
Change: Date: 3 Oct 2016
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del Tondo, Maria Luigia {I634} (b. ABT 1810)
Note: Film 1353700 Matri 1856 #1
Given Name: Maria Luigia
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Timperio, Carmine {I635} (b. 29 Jan 1851)
Note: Film 1353700 Nati 1851 #2
Given Name: Carmine
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Pantalone, Angelo NICOLA {I636} (b. 17 Jan 1852)
Note: Film 1353700 Nati 1852 #2. This is the record that was the missing link between Frank "The Strongman" Pantalone and the main Pantalone line. This gave the clue that Francesco Paolo was the missing son of Angelo Nicola who married Felica Maddalena Timperio.

From Loretta Stegner (loretta8@mindspring.com)." Angelo came over to USA several times. I am guessing about the early 1900's. I am guessing again his birthdate to be about 1852. He married Francesa Parone(exact spelling on Marianos birthcerficate). They had 4 sons, Frank, John, Mariano, Concezio and daughters Rosa and Justina. Frank apparently was quite famous as a strongman and there is a musuem in Sant Eufemia I think in his honor."

1911 Mar 3 Ellis Island, 50y, "Deported", wife in SEaM, Francesca, going to cousin Alfonso Pantalone, Watertown, MA

1914 2 Nov, Boston, 52y, Lines crossed out. Name indexed as "Angela" but listed as "Male". Occupation listed as "Servant". Going to son Francesco Pantalone in Reo, Co. Travelled with Francesca Parone, 15y, and Paolo Pantalone, 15y. Previously in US 1912-1913.

From a posting by Loretta Stegner on rootweb Pantalone message board:
"I have been traceing the Angelo Nicola Pantalone family and have found connections via the census and message boards, ships passenger lists. I am most grateful to Pauline Pantalone in Utah for her info. Decendants of Angelo are: Conce, Mario, Frank, John, Rose, Justine. And their decendants are: Mickey, Angelo, Caroline, several John's, Elmer, Pauline, Dorothy, Shirley and many more. This branch came over about 1911 and the sons of Angelo were sent over one at a time."
Given Name: Angelo NICOLA
Change: Date: 3 Oct 2016
Time: 10:59:16

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Barone, Francesca {I637} (b. ABT 1859, d. 24 Nov 1943)
Note: Last name from Loretta Stegner (loretta8@mindspring.com). She got it from Mariano's birth certificate.
20 Dec 1919 Ellis Island, 60y, previously in US from 1913-1916, going to sons Concezio and Mariano Pantatone, Bingham, UT.
1920 Census, Bingham, Salt Lake, UT, 61y

email from Fiore diPietro, Mar 2009: "My mum can recall Frank's mother Francesca Pallone quite well especially before and during WW2 which was around the time of her death. Mum claims Frank had another sister my grandmother which is not shown on your site, her name was Carmela Pantalone. Francesca, who was originally from Rocacarmico, made cheese and had a large bread oven in her house where she baked bread for the locals three times a day in summer and much less in the winter months when heavy snow set in."

The "Brief History of Sant'Eufemia a Maiella" spelled her name Barone. Recalling the German occupation in 1943, it said: "On the morning of the 25th November (with the approval of the Germans), all of the sick were transported to the hospital in Popoli in the Community of Ofena (L'Aquila) except for Francesca Barone who died of fear on the evening of the 24th November and Angelantonia Di Giovine who at the sight of Germans in her house pretended to be dead."
Given Name: Francesca
Immigration: Date: 20 Dec 1919
Place: Ellis Island
Change: Date: 3 Oct 2016
Time: 10:59:16

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Pantalone, Francesco "Frank The Strongman" {I638} (b. )
Note: http://www.strongestofall.com
Given Name: Francesco "Frank The Strongman"
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Pantalone, Concezio "Conce" {I639} (b. 10 May 1879, d. 15 Jul 1944)
Note: 1902 Boston arrival 7 Feb 1902, going to brother Pietro Pantalone, Boston, MA
1910 census, Telluride, CO, 30y, arrived in the US 1902.
1918 WWI Draft Reg, Bingham, UT

U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Conce Pantalone
Race: White
Birth Date: 10 May 1879
Street address: Box 12
Residence Place: Salt Lake, Utah, USA
Physical Build: Medium
Height: Tall
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Eye Color: Gray
Relative: Mike Pantalone

Ellis Island 20 Dec 1919 for his finance Raffaela Carapellotti, 24y, going to fiance Concezio Pantalone, Bingham, UT (but she is not listed in 1920 census with him)

1920 Census, Bingham, Salt Lake, UT, 41y

email from Deon Pantaone Houts, Aug 2003: "I think it is kinda funny -- you go to Yellowstone Park in Wyoming... and my part of the family is from Wyoming.... a couple hours south of the Park. My grandfather, Conce Pantalone, worked in the coal mines there.... He put his 3 children (Anita, Violet, and Angelo) in an orphanage in Salt Lake City, Utah while he worked, and would go get them on the days he had off. He is buried in the Evanston, WY cemetary, along with Angelo (my father), and my younger sister, Debra - with space in the same plot for Karen, Roger, and myself. (Karen and Roger are my sister and brother)."

1944 obitary, Odgen Standard Examiner, Ogden, Weber, UT.

https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=69066329
U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Name: Conce Pantalone
Birth Date: 1879
Death Date: 1944
Cemetery: Evanston City Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: Evanston, Uinta County, Wyoming, United States of America
Has Bio?: Y
Given Name: Concezio "Conce"
Change: Date: 6 Sep 2017
Time: 08:07:54

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Pantalone, Mariano "Mario" {I640} (b. 8 Feb 1882, d. 6 Feb 1971)
Note: From Loretta Stegner (loretta8@mindspring.com) posting in Pantalone Forum on genealogy.com:
"Seeking info Mario & Leona Pantalone, both from Italy, possibly area of Chianti. Mario came over then Leona about 1917-20, they settled Utah, Bingham Canyon area, then to Calif. Mario had brothers one John and possible one named Conce. Please email with any information"

WWI Draft Reg for Concenzio Pantalone lists "Mike" as contact person.
1920 Census, Bingham, Salt Lake, UT
1930 Census, Murray, Salt Lake, UT, 48y
Death Index : PANTALONE MARIO 02/08/1882 M SACRAMENTO 02/06/1971 719-18-7134 88 yrs

email from granddaughter, Carla Pantalone, Mar 2011: "Mariano Pantalone was my grand father, John Louie Pantalone my father."
Given Name: Mariano "Mario"
Immigration: Date: ABT 1899
Change: Date: 3 Oct 2016
Time: 10:59:16

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