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Sangaree/Sangregario roots in Apalachicola
Posted by: Lynne Tate (ID *****0330) Date: March 21, 2010 at 08:53:17
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I am looking for information confirming the family of Veto, aka Capt Frank, Sangregario and his wife, Pauline. They had children Joseph, Donato, Mary, Sarah, Catherine, Angela, Frank. I have an old newspaper clipping entitled, "An Old Landmark Passes". It is the obituary notice of Capt Frank Sangregario. He fought in the Civil War, in Milton's Light Artillery. I think his son or brother, Donato, is buries at Chestnut Street Cemetery. He also fought in the war. My great grandmother was Mary Sangregario, who married Antonio Giglio. One sister, Angela, married Natale Romeo. One sister married a DeFavrio.
I have been researching civil war military records and cannot find Sangregario service records on Footnote, but did find the name of the unit and company, as Milton's light Artillery. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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