|| Linked to
||date of marriage was based on birth of first child, since no marriage record was available ||Family F555
||Date of marriage was estimated ||Family F324
||Date of the marriage publication was 9 August 1913 ||Family F1391
||Date taken from Pubblication Record ||Family F1188
||Date taken from Pubblication Record ||Family F1257
||date taken from publication record ||Family F91
||David and Judy divorced in 1970, and reconciled and re- married in August 1972. ||Family F151
||Died as a still born ||SZABO, Ms. Mary Elizabeth (I2613)
||Died at 15 months old ||GIAMMARILE, Mr. Antonio (I835)
||Died at 18 months old ||MENICHELLI, Mr. Giovanni (I1385)
||Died at age 10 ||PICCHIOTTI, Mr. Settimio (I1169)
||Died at age 3 ||GIANNINI, Mr. Natale (I655)
||Died at age 3 ||GIAMMARILE, Ms. Modesta (I766)
||Died at age two months ||RENZOPAOLI, Ms. Ines (I1372)
||Died at Hillcrest Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio ||GUADAGNOLI, Mr. Giovanni (I1927)
||Died at Klukno # 7|
Death due to Typhus
|UNKNOWN, Ms. Anna (I2912)
||Died at seven months ||LESTI, Ms. Emma (I813)
||Died during child birth ||SIGNORINI, Mr. Feliciano (I2484)
||Died from a disease he contracted while fighting in World War 1 ||SERRANI, Mr. Francesco (I2478)
||Died from Bronchial Influenza ||NOVELLI, Mr. Angelo (I3118)
||Died in combat in World War 1 ||ROCCHI, Mr. Gregorio (I1106)
||Died in combat in World War 1 ||PICCIONI, Mr. Antonio (I1498)
||Died in combat in World War 1 ||SERRANI, Mr. Umberto (I2889)
||Died in infancy ||GIANNINI, Ms. Maria Luigia Giovanna (I649)
||Died in Infancy ||GIANNINI, Ms. Orlandina (I653)
||Died in infancy ||GIAMMARILE, Ms. Felicitta (I780)
||Died in infancy ||GIOVANNETTI, Ms. Maria (I783)
||Died in infancy ||GIANNINI, Ms. Lorenzina (I827)
||Died in prison, he commited arson by burning down a barn in Auburn, New York ||VAN CISE, Mr. George W. (I5363)
||Died in Rome, Italy from a disease he contracted while fighting in World War 1 ||MENICHELLI, Mr. Raimondo (I1936)
||Died in World War 1 ||GIOVANNETTI, Mr. Orlando Emilio Girolamo (I595)
||Died in World War 1 ||LESTI, Mr. Antonino (I932)
||Died in World War 1 ||LESTI, Mr. Salvatore (I2481)
||Died in World War 1 ||GUIDI, Mr. Marcello (I3112)
||Died in World War 1 ||ANTONINI, Mr. Pietro (I3138)
||Died in World War 1 ||GUADAGNOLI, Mr. Fulgenzio (I5710)
||Died of a disease ||FALZINI, Mr. Pietro (I715)
||Died of a disease he contracted while in World War 1 ||TURCHI, Mr. Alfredo (I1620)
||Died while fighting in World War 1 ||PASQUETTI, Mr. Giovanni (I3052)
||Diell and his brother Johann Peter sailed to America.They had been born in Germany. Diell was naturalized on 16 Dec 1737 in Palatine.|
Diell settled in the Upper Hudson, not far from the Massachusetts line.
Johann Peter in New Jersey.
There have been Rockefellers in south central New York State since the 1830's, when they began migrating over the Catskills from Columbia Co, where most were farmers.
The Rockefellers of that generation were only a few removed from the original American settlers.
The earlier members of the family were Hugenots, French protestants driven out of France into Germany, where they are said to have changed the name from" Roquefeuille" to Rockefeller.
A romance in 1772 united the two Rockefeller branches in the U.S.
William, grandson of Johann Peter married his cousin Christina, "the lovely granddaughter of Diell. This took place at East Camp, on the Hudson, near Germantown. William & Christina Rockefeller had 10 children.
Diell Rockefeller came to New York with his wife and two children in 1733 and settled along the Hudson River which later became Columbia Co. He purchased land now located at the intersection of Rt. 9G and County Rd. 8 which is now called Lawrence's Corners.
He later increased his holdings to over 600 acres.
Diell Rockefeller was appantly an energetic man because following the erection of his home, he built a grist mill on a small creek that flowed not far from the house.
Soon after that he built a saw mill. Then after that he converted his home into a store and saloon by adding a wing.
When he died in 1769 his holdings were divided among his six sons.
|RAKKEFELLER, Mr. Johann Thiel (I4659)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F188
||Divorced about 1936 ||Family F135
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F189
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F1138
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F130
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F1160
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F192
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F1910
||Domenic's God parents were Vincenzo Vecchi and Josephine Ancicchi ||MONTORI, Mr. Domenic (I3203)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||FALZINI, Mr. Edward (I87)
||Elizabeth V. McCarthy (nee Eschweller), residence, 4052 West 217th St. Fairview Park, wife of the late Alfred H., mother of Alfred V. and William J., grandmother of Elizabeth, Kathleen, Catherine, Shannon, Patricia, sister of Frank Eschweller of Parma. Family will receive friends 7-9 P. M. Monday, 2-4 And 7-9 Tuesday at the Jenkins Funeral Chapel, 2914 Dover Ceneter Road, Westlake, where services will be held at 1 P. M. Wednesday, July 10.|
Plain Dealer; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #131.
|ESHWEILER, Elizabeth Veronica (I7853)
||Elizabeth's first husband was named Smore. His first name his unknown. It may have been Steve, but I'm un - sure at this time|
Elizabeth was buried out of theSpishak Funeral Home in Connellsville, Pa.
|KRAL, Ms. Elizabeth (I163)
||Emma was a widow by 1943, and lived at 7744 Durcum Rd from 1943 - 47 ||TIFFE, Ms. Emma Veronica (I1742)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||FALZINE, Mr. Daniel Romolo (I487)
||Euple was a laboror, and lived at 3994 East 91 st Street in 1914 ||LAURENTI, Ms. Euple (I418)
||Eva was baptised on 25 May 1924|
Her Godparent's were Angelo and Esther Lesti
|LESTI, Ms. Eva E. (I1674)
||EVE GARLICK (nee Papp), of Rocky River, passed away Jan. 24th. |
Devoted mother to Bob Cataldo; cherished grandmother to Eva Goetz (Kevin); loving aunt to Judy Papp and Sigmund (Ellen) Papp (deceased).
She was born in Budapest, Hungary December 14, 1923 and came to America in 1947. She was a buyer for Nevelle's department store in Lakewood.
Private family remembrance gathering will be held. Arrangements by ZEIS-McGREEVEY FUNERAL HOME. www.ZMFH.com
|PAPP, Ms. Eve E. (I7268)
||Evelyn Irene Long Talpas , 74, of Winchester died Friday at Blue Ridge Hospice Residential Center in Winchester.|
The funeral will be conducted Thursday at 11 a.m. at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Winchester by Father Stanley J. Krempa. Burial will be private.
Mrs. Talpas was born in 1933, in Avela, Pa., daughter of the late Howard and Roxie Long. She was a retired sales manager for Things Remembered in Uniontown, Pa. She was a member of Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, Discalced Carmelites, Hibernians, Legion of Mary and Rosary Maker.
She was the wife of the late William Edward Talpas Sr. Surviving are three daughters, Deborah Rizicka of Brook Park, Ohio, Bernadette Sisler of Winchester and Nancy Brown of Hopwood, Pa.; a son, William Edward Talpas Jr. of Hinckley, Ohio; a sister, Sally Medina of Green Forest, Ark.; a brother, Charles Long of Seattle; 15 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 W. Cork St., Suite 405, Winchester 22601; or Carmelite Monastery, c/o Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, 405 Keating Drive, Winchester 22601.
Arrangements are being handled by the Omps Funeral Home, Amherst Chapel, in Winchester.
|LONG, Ms. Evelyn Irene (I6030)
||Even though she was from Contigliano, she spelled her name Falzini ||FALSINI, Ms. Lucia (I3753)
||Even though this person was from Contigliano, he spelled his name Fal " Z " ini. ||FALSINI, Mr. Giacomo (I3677)
||Father of pop diva Celine Dion died at his home in Montreal. Celine credits her career to the sacrifices her father made for her. |
Adhemar, who once worked as a butcher and a security guard, was the father of 14 children. Celine, 35, is the youngest. Adhemar and his wife, Therese Tanguay-Dion, were both musicians who owned a cabaret in Charlemagne. They often played there on weekends, and included young Celine on stage with them.
He was at home in Laval, Quebec Canada and surrounded by family at the time of his death. He had an unspecified illness.
Therese Tanguay and Adhemar Dion were introduced to each other one summers night in 1944. The two families had got together for a reunion ... Therese was asked to bring her violin along, so as she played it, she stole glances at Adhemar. It wasn't long till everyone joined in, Adhemar playing the accordian, bringing the living-room alive with their tunes and folk melodies. Therese and Adhemar were falling in love ...
On the 20th June 1945 they were married at the Saint-Zephirin Church and by christmas of that year, Therese was pregnant with their first child.
This household was a musical one! Everynight they would play musical instruments and sing, with Celine watching in awe, then eventually joining in. This was a household maybe poor in wealth but rich in music and harmony, but most of all ... love. He will be missed by loved ones!
The funeral was held in Charlemagne, northeast of Montreal.
|DION, Mr. Adhemar (I7434)
||Felix was baptised at St. Anthony's Padua Parish 4 May 1924|
His God parent's were Romano Pampanini and Angela Giannini
was a machine operator in 1942
was in the United States Navy from 1943 - 44
worked as a machine operator, and lived at 8110 Jefferies St in 1947
|GIANNINI, Mr. Felice Serafino (I290)
||Gino was baptised at St. Anthony's Padua Parish 18 October 1917|
His Godparent's were Ruggiero Giovannetti and Anna Baglio
family lived at 4593 Warner Rd.
missing part of left arm
Gene lived at 8413 Bancroft Rd. in 1943 - 1944
worked as a reciptionist, and lived at 8413 Bancroft Avenue in 1947
|LESTI, Mr. Gino Roman (I1639)
||Giovanni Antonio Giammarile and Columba Pasquetti were married in 1770 as the year was found in the index.|
The page with the record was missing
||Giovanni died in Cleveland, Ohio|
He was cremated, and sent back to Castelnuovo di Porto in a urn
It is rumored that his ashes were mistaken for powered peas, and was mixed into the polenta
Giovanni was a manic depressive, he went crazy and killed him self
|LESTI, Mr. Giovanni (I276)
||Giovanni was Un - married ||ZAFFERA, Mr. Giovanni (I860)
||Giuseppa's nickname was Zia Peppa ||GIAMMARILE, Ms. Giuseppa (I1461)
||Giuseppe died at age 3 ||GIANNINI, Mr. Antonino (I609)
||Giuseppe died at the age of 8 years old ||LESTI, Mr. Giuseppe (I874)
||Giuseppe Giannini Did not marry ||GIANNINI, Mr. Giuseppe (I1153)
||Giuseppe was single ||ANTONINI, Mr. Giuseppe (I1161)
||God parents ere Georgius Schustzer And Helena Szusza ||ONDAS, Ms. Anna (I2917)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||GIANNINI, Mr. Renata Ramona (I291)
||Godparent's Nazzereno and Palmina Novelli ||GIANNINI, Ms. Inez Rosa (I1661)
||Godparent's were - Horianus Smida and Elisabetha Hojsztrics ||BATHOR, Mr. Paulus (I2966)
||Godparent's were - Ignazio and Domenica Montori ||CORRADI, Mr. Biagio "William" (I2184)
||Godparent's were - Joseph and Rina Luccarelli ||TURCHI, Ms. Rosa Prima (I1774)
||Godparent's were --- Antonius Kiska and Helena Hvizdos|
The priest was Franciscus Laufik
|SMIDA, Ms. Sophia (I2972)
||Godparent's were Adamus Hvizdos and Maria Medvedz ||TOBISZ, Mr. Georgius (I2982)
||Godparent's were Alfredo Falzini and Euple Laurenti ||CORRADI, Mr. Antonio Joseph (I2690)
||Godparent's were Andreas Kubovcsik and Catherina Terpak ||VASCSAK, Ms. Susanna (I2984)
||Godparent's were Antonio Lesti and Anna Cacace ||LESTI, Ms. Eleonora B. (I1747)
||Godparent's were Antonius Biros and Susanna Basca|
Priest was Ladislaus Popovich
|VASCSAK, Mr. Stephanus (I2915)
||Godparent's were Anzonius Olzess and Susanna Bassa ||VASCSAK, Ms. Elisabetta (I2736)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Private (I7)
||Godparent's were Franciscus Glova and Carolina Glivsos, and were of Roman Catholic Faith|
The priest was Carolus Scholoz
|VASCSAK, Mr. Andrea (I2730)
||Godparent's were Franciscus Glova and Carolina Matuszsak|
They were of Roman Catholic Faithand lived at 64 Richno
|VASCSAK, Mr. Jacobus (I2721)
||Godparent's were Georgius Olsavszky and Catherina Scserbak ||TOBISZ, Mr. Martinus (I2983)
||Godparent's were Jacobus Rabatin and Maria Rabatin ||GANOVSKY, Ms. Mariam (I2834)
||Godparent's were Jacobus Rabatin and Maria Rabatin ||GANOVSKY, Mr. Josephum (I2835)
||Godparent's were Jacobus Rabatin and Maria Rabatin ||GANOVSKY, Mr. Jacobum (I2836)
||Godparent's were Joannes and Elisabetha Harmon|
The priest was Antonius Klimcsik
|VASCAK, Mr. Michael (I2979)
||Godparent's were Joseph and Rina Luccarelli ||TURCHI, Mr. Apollo Nazzareno (I1775)
||Godparent's were Mariano De Capito and Costantina Ceo ||CEO, Mr. John (I2845)
||Godparent's were Mariano De Capito and Costintina Ceo ||CEO, Mr. Albert Nicola (I2848)
||Godparent's were Mathias Ondas and Agnes Harmon ||VASCAK, Mr. Stephanus (I2831)
||Godparent's were Mathias Ondas and Agnes Labanez ||VASCAK, Ms. Anna (I2827)
||Godparent's were Mathias Ondas and Agnes Labanez ||VASCAK, Ms. Maria (I2828)
||Godparent's were Michael Bacsa and Susanna ? ||VASCSAK, Ms. Sophia (I2920)
||Godparent's were Michael Basca and Susanna ? ||VASCSAK, Mr. Nicolaus (I2903)