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Guiseppe Mauri and Rosario Toscano
Posted by: James Carten (ID *****5991) Date: February 26, 2011 at 09:06:35
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I am researching my wife's geanology. I am looking for information on a Guiseppe Mauri and Rosario Tocanco. Both were born in Rotendella, Italy. Guiseppe was born in 1871 and Rosario was born in 1877. The couple were married in Rotendella in 1894. They had two boyes John (Giovanni) borm in 1895 and Nicholas in 1901. Guiseppe was employed as a laborer. In 1909 Guiseppe immigrated to Elizabeth New Jersey aboard the Campania. Rosario later immigrated with their son Nicholas in 1913. John immigrated in 1912. The family settled done in Elizabeth, NJ. Guiseppe was again employed as a laborer with the railroad. They couples had two more boyes-Anthony born in 1913 and Salvatore was born in 1915. In 1916 Guiseppe was killed when traveling home during ta bad storm. He sort shelter in a near by barn. During the storm he stuck his head out the window to see if the storm had stopped when he was struck by Lighting in the head. He was killed instantly and has a burned mark on his head. Roario later married Frank Perna around 1917. Frank had four children of his own. The couple raised there both set of children in Elizabeth, NJ. I am intereseted in find out more about Guiseppe and Rosario indivdiual families in Italy. If you have any information I would be interested in hearing from you.

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