|| Linked to
||Godparent's were Michael Danko and Agnes Harmon ||VASCAK, Ms. Sophia (I2829)
||Godparent's were Michael Danko and Agnes Harmon ||VASCAK, Ms. Maria (I2830)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Private (I6)
||Godparent's were Stephanus Bendik and Coecilia Hvizdos ||SCHUCCA, Ms. Juliana (I2969)
||Godparents were Betzus Jenik and Helena Danko and were of Roman Catholic Faith ||VASCSAK, Ms. Maria (I2724)
||Godparents were Isidorus Kusilla and Elisabetta Harmon, both of Roman Catholic Faith|
The Priest was Paulus ?
|VASCAK, Mr. Andreas (I2725)
||Godparents were Mariano De Capito and Costantina Ceo ||CEO, Mr. Salvaore (I2856)
||Grazia Rocchi was Un - Married ||ROCCHI, Ms. Grazia (I1162)
||Gregorio's birth date was estimated, as I could not obtain his Birth record ||ROCCHI, Mr. Gregorio (I2073)
||Guglielmo and Anna Maria did not marry ||Family F257
||Had a Grape Vineyard at his home in Richmond, California|
1943 - 44 he was a Machine Operator and lived at 8413 Bancroft Ave.
|LESTI, Mr. Angelo (I1456)
||He enlisted September 12, 1864 as a private in Company C, 1st|
Reg. of Vet. Cav. NY Volunteers, and was discharged June, 1865.
|VAN SISE, Mr. Abraham B. (I5466)
||He is not married but just live's with Raffaella ||FALZINI, Mr. Fabrizio (I432)
||Her Birth date was based on the birth of her husband, Pietro since her birth record was not available|
Died before 28 October 1906
|MARCHETTI, Ms. Maria Antonina (I240)
||Her death was most likely due to complications brought about while giving birth to her daughter Maria. ||BELLI, Ms. Maria (I571)
||Her Godparents were Joannes Richavszny who was born in Klukno and Anna Kvokvsz ||VASCSAK, Ms. Maria (I2466)
||Her nick name was Viola ||SCOZ, Ms. Viola Eugenia (I268)
||Her nickname was Menica ||GIAMMARILE, Ms. Domenica (I1666)
||Hila A. Rockefellow, widow of Nelson McEwen, died Tuesday, Feb. 18, at her home near Middletown, aged nearly 73 years, of paralysis. |
She was born near Bullville June 3, 1830 and was the daughter of Walter and Elizabeth (Ellis) Rockafellow.
All her life was spent in Orange County. She was married to Nelwon McEwen in 1850, who died in 1891.
She is survived by the following children: Florence L., wife of G.W. Cowley, of Middletown; Alice E., wife of L. Hudson Everett, near this village, and George W., who lives on the homestead near Mechanicstown.
Mrs. McEwen is also survived by three brothers and two sisters: William and Wickham, of near Scotchtown; DeWitt, of Bonaparte, Ia.; Mary E., widow of Harry Sanford, of near Montgomery, and Sarah E., of Middletown.
A brother James Harvey, died about a year and a half ago near Montgomery.
Interment in the Phillipsburgh Cemetery.
|ROCKEFELLOW, Ms. Hila Ann (I7141)
||I have no Birth Record for Nazzareno, but information indicates, he may be the son of Augusto Falzini ||FALZINI, Mr. Nazzareno Raffaele Antonino (I442)
||In 1947 lived at 2612 W. 7th Street|
Baptized on 29 June 1930 at the St. Anthony Padua PArish Chruch by Fr. F.L. Clovis
Her sponsors were Romanus Picchiotti and Michaela Picchiotti
|PAMPANINI, Ms. Norma Elizabeth (I452)
||In 1947 lived at 2612 W. 7th Street worked as a driver ||PAMPANINI, Mr. Serafino (I411)
||In 1958 Lived at 4560 W. 87th Street Brooklyn, Ohio|
Worked for Paglia Construction
|PAGLIA, Mr. Romolo Dominic (I180)
||In1940, Lived at 7906 Rosewood Avenue worked as a laboror|
lived at 2612 West 7 th Street apartment D in 1942
worked in United States Marine Hospital in 1943 - 1944, lived at 2612 West 7 TH Street apartment D
In 1947, lived at 2612 W. 7th street. worked as a gardener
|PAMPANINI, Mr. Antonino Francesco Domenico (I152)
||Jacob "Jake" Simoncelli , 83, of New Eagle, died Thursday, April 12, 2007 in his home. Born Jan. 26, 1924 in Library, he was the son of the late Albino and Teresa Tredici Simoncelli.|
He had served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church in Monongahela. Jake owned and operated a Texaco service station in New Eagle for 41 years, retiring in 1985. Most borough residents remember the Simoncelli Service Station for their honest service and free popsicles.
During his working years, and especially after retirement, he was involved in many service organizations and social groups, including the American Legion, Hoot Owls Athletic Club, the New Eagle Volunteer Fire Department, Tri-Community Ambulance, Aaroas Haymakers 258 1/2, Meals on Wheels, the New Eagle Action Group, the Monongahela Food Share Program, the New Eagle A.A.R.P., the Transit Authority and the New Eagle Emergency Management Team.
Jake received the AARP's National Community Service award in 1988 and was honored as the 1998 Citizen of the Year by the Monongahela Area Chamber of Commerce. He took great pride in the action group's work at Tubby Hall Park. His last endeavor was the creation of the New Eagle Veterans Memorial.
He will be sadly missed and joyfully remembered as an avid gardener and a loyal Pens fan. He was truly devoted to his family. Surviving is his wife of 57 years, Helen A. Panek Simoncelli ; two sons and daughters-in-law, Richard A. Simoncelli and wife Claudia, of St. Louis, Mo., and Michael A. and Anne Simoncelli of Greensburg; a brother, Paul Simoncelli , of Monongahela; his twin sister, Emma Pietroboni, of New Eagle; four grandchildren, Jessica, Amelia, Zachary and Leah Simoncelli ; and many nieces and nephews.
Preceding him in death were six brothers, Peter, Joseph, Bruno, Marino, Orman and Samuel Marraccini.
Friends will be received at the MARSHALL MARRA FUNERAL HOME, 216 Chess St., Monongahela (724-258-6767), from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Anthony Catholic Church on Monday, April 16 at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Joseph Feltz as celebrant. Interment will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Carroll Township.
Contributions may be made to: New Eagle Veterans Memorial Fund, 449 Second Ave., New Eagle, Pa. 15067. Full Military Honors will be recited at the cemetery by the Mon Valley Honor Guard.
|SIMONCELLI, Mr. Giacondo (I4958)
||JOAN M. JOCKE (nee Kaskey), age 84, of Olmsted Falls, beloved wife of Ralph F. Jocke (deceased), loving mother of Ralph E. (Pat Walker). Dear sister of Chuck Kaskey (Sandy) and Connie Gumpher. |
Joan was an active member of the community and was the leader of a number of initiatives by the Olmsted Falls Historical Society. Funeral Mass Wednesday, March 30, St. Mary of the Falls Church, (25615 Bagley Rd., Olmsted Falls) at 10 a.m. Interment at Chestnut Grove Cemetery
|KASKEY, Ms. Joan Marie (I7476)
||John Davison "Jay" Rockefeller IV (born June 18, 1937) is a former United States Senator from West Virginia, serving from 1985 to 2015. |
He was first elected to the Senate in 1984, while in office as Governor of West Virginia, a position he held from 1977 to 1985. Rockefeller moved to Emmons, West Virginia to serve as a VISTA worker in 1964, and was first elected to public office in the state, as a member of the House of Delegates, in 1966.
Rockefeller was later elected West Virginia Secretary of State in 1968 and was president of West Virginia Wesleyan College from 1973 to 1975. He became the state´s senior senator when the long serving Sen. Robert Byrd died in June 2010.
As a great-grandson of oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller, he was the only serving politician of the prominent six-generation Rockefeller family at the time and the only one to have held office as a Democrat in what has been a traditionally Republican dynasty. On January 11, 2013, Rockefeller announced that he would not seek reelection in 2014.
|ROCKEFELLER, Mr. John Davison "Jay" IV (I7109)
||John Russell was preceded in death by his wife of 62 years, Eleanor L. Toupin Bowden.|
He was a World War II veteran, stationed in Germany. He was graduate of the University of Michigan and worked for the Internal Revenue Service in Ohio.
He later served 16 years in the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU) in Washington, D.C., where he was an executive vice president until his retirement.
Survivors include children, William A. (Marybeth) of Delaware, John R., Jr. (Teresa) of Georgia, Sharon Taube (Glenn) of Virginia, & Susan Bice (Ralph) of Maryland; nine grandchildren.
From the Washington Post, Washington, D.C., Friday, March 12, 2010.
|BOWDEN, Mr. John Russell (I4631)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F902
||Known as Sister Mary Magdalene ||GANOVSKY, Sister Sophia (I93)
||Known as Valent|
Lived at house #64 Richno
|VASCAK, Mr. Valentinus (I96)
||Lawrence Guadagnoli November 24, 1928 - May 13, 2007|
Lawrence "Larry" Guadagnoli, age 78, of 715 W. Fourth Street died May 13, 2007, at the Mary Greeley Medical Center in Ames.
His body has been cremated. A graveside service will be Friday, May 18, 2007, at 11:00 a.m. at the Resthaven Cemetery, 801-19th Street in West Des Moines with Rev. Steve Brodersen officiating. Burial of his cremains will follow the service. There is no visitation.
Larry was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on November 24, 1928, the son of Sam and Margaret (Agnoli) Guadagnoli.
He married Mary Ann (McMahon) Todd in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 6, 1994.
Larry graduated from St. Benedictine High School in Cleveland in 1946.
He was a carpenter and owned a construction company in Ohio before moving to Des Moines in 1978 where he worked for Heartland Management and other contractors. He retired in 1996.
Larry enjoyed fishing, bowling, video games, and spending time with his family.
He is survived by his wife, Mary Ann of Boone; three sons, Larry Guadagnoli and wife, Jill of Carlisle, Paul Guadagnoli of Las Vegas, Nevada, and Peter Guadagnoli of Houston, Texas; two daughters, Michele Guadagnoli of Ocean Springs, Mississippi and Lisa Guadagnoli of Des Moines; three stepdaughters, Cindi Peterson and husband, Dave, Dawn Van Pelt and companion Leon Bradley, and Deb Shreve, all of Boone; seven grandchildren, Colin Guadagnoli of Long Beach, California, Paul Guadagnoli of Indianola, Larry Guadagnoli and David Guadagnoli, both of Carlisle, Ashley Peterson of Ames, and Jenna Van Pelt and Kayla Van Pelt, both of Boone.
Larry is preceded in death by his parents and his first wife, Sally (Komperea) Guadagnoli.
Schroeder Memorial Chapel at Sixth and Marshall is in charge of the arrangements.
|GUADAGNOLI, Mr. Lawrence P. (I667)
||Lester F. Schutrum, 90, of New Kensington, died Sunday, April 12, 2009, in Belair, after a short illness. |
He was born Dec. 8, 1918, in Cleveland, Ohio, to the late Louis and Minnie (Tropf) Schutrum. He graduated from East Tech High School and went on to Fenn College, now Cleveland State University.
During World War II, he was in the 65th Battalion Communications Corps, stationed in Europe. Lester was a research engineer, working for ASHRAE in the heating and ventilating department. While there, he had many articles published and has a patent on solar panels.
He moved his family to New Kensington in 1961, working in the glass research department of PPG Industries, Creighton. He was married Aug. 10, 1946 to Elaine (Hummel) for 60 years before her death Aug. 29, 2006.
Besides his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by his sister, Ruth Glause.
He was the father of Bruce R. (Jane) Schutrum, of Canton, Ohio, Beverly (Gene) Krinock, of New Kensington, and Luann E. (Jerry) Wilkinson, of Lexington, Ohio; grandfather of Christine (Matt) Gaston, of Oxford, N.C., Erin Schutrum (Anthony Paradise), of North Canton, Ohio, Jelena J., Joshua M. and Jennifer L. Krinock, of New Kensington, and Susan Shank, of Lexington, Ohio; and great-grandfather of Daniel E. "Big Boy Danny" Krinock, of New Kensington, and Justyn Paradise, of North Canton, Ohio.
Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at GREENWOOD MEMORIAL PARK MAUSOLEUM, Lower Burrell, where services will be held at noon with the Rev. Dean Ward officiating.
Burial will be in the Park with full military honors. Arrangements by FRANK F. GIGLER FUNERAL HOME, Lower Burrell.
|SCHUTRUM, Mr. Lester Frederick (I7277)
||Live's in San Benedetto del Tronto on the Adriatic Sea with her mother ||FALZINI, Ms. Michela (I34)
||Live's in San Benedetto delTronto on the Adriatic Sea with his mother ||FALZINI, Mr. Roberto (I138)
||lived 4847 Forrestdale Drive in Garfield Heights in 1963 ||ROWE, Ms. Alice (I132)
||Lived at #62 in Richno in 1859|
Lived at House # 60 Richno
|VASCSAK, Mr. Andreas (I2722)
||lived at 12503 Cortlett Avenue Apartment # 8 he was a Truck driver for Earth Movers in 1958|
lived at 8014 Jefferies in 1963
worked as a truck driver for Falzini Trucking and lived at 11104 Wallingford Avenue in 1967
lived at 11104 Wallingford Avenue, in Garfield Heights and was a truck driver for Rockside Landfill in 1968
lived at 11104 Wallingford Avenue, in Garfield Heights and drove a truck for Horvatz Constrution 1969 - 70
|FALZINI, Mr. David Jr (I109)
||lived at 13096 Granger Road in 1934 ||LESTI, Mr. Sebastiano (I1720)
||lived at 2612 West 7th Ave Apartment D worked as a welder in 1942|
lived at 2612 West 7th Avenue Apartment D in 1943 - 1944
Louis lived at 4610 Gamma Ave. and worked at Lincoln Electric in 1958
Baptized as Seraphinum Pampanini on 14 May 1922, By Father E.Raia.
The sponsors were Anthony Barbone and Lorenzina Pampanini
|PAMPANINI, Mr. Serafino Louis (I450)
||lived at 2612 West 7th Street, in 1942 and worked as a welder|
lived at 2612 West 7th street Apartment D in 1943 - 1944
in 1947 ,lived at 2612 W.7th Street. and was a maintence man
Steven was baptized as Amuliam Pampanini on 18 MAy 1924 at St. Anthony's Padua Parish Church
By Fr. H. Rocchi His sponsors were Ignazio Montori and Dominica Montori
|PAMPANINI, Mr. Amulio Steven (I451)
||Lived at 3568 Fulton Road ( The Cleveland Zoo ) in 1934|
lived at 3568 Fulton Road in 1940
lived at 3576 Fulton Road in 1942
lived at 3576 Fulton Road in 1943 - 1944
lived at 3576 Fulton Road in 1947 ( her name was spelled Philomenia )
|FALZINI, Ms. Filomena Anna Antonina (I176)
||lived at 3568 Fulton Road and owned A. P. Shoe Repair|
In 1940, lived at 3568 Fulton Road Cleveland, Ohio
|PAGLIA, Mr. Antonio (I5)
||Lived at 3576 Fulton Road in 1943 - 1944 ||PAGLIA, Ms. Rose Marie (I177)
||lived at 4595 Warner Road, and worked as a laborer in 1934|
worked as a crane operator, and lived at 4760 East 86 th street in 1947
|LESTI, Mr. Antonio (I1724)
||lived at 531 Helper Drive in 1952|
Erma lived at 531 Helper drive in 1954
|SZABO, Ms. Erma Rose (I84)
||Lived at 65 th First St in Bedford Ohio|
Was in the U. S. Air Force during WW II Charles was an Aviat Cadet at Randolph Field Texas to Waco, Texas His rank was Corpral
He was discharged from the service November 1945
|SZABO, Mr. Charles Sr. (I168)
||lived at 7619 Vineyard Avenue and drove a truck for Earth Movers in 1958|
worked as a truck driver, and lived at 9626 Dunlap in 1963
worked as a truck driver for Horvitz Construction, and lived at 12605 York Blvd in Garfield Heights in 1967 - 70
|FALZINI, Mr. Ronald Anthony (I499)
||Lived at 7619 Vineyard Avenue in 1970 - 71 ||MANCINI, Ms. Ida (I463)
||lived at 7812 Connecticut Avenue, and was a watchman for The Ohio Clay Company in 1943 - 44 ||LESTI, Mr. Pietro (I1728)
||lived at 7820 New York Avenue in 1934|
worked as a bricklayer, and lived at 8413 Bancroft Ave in 1947
|LESTI, Mr. Stanislao Alfred (I1354)
||lived at 7903 Rosewood Avenue, and worked as a truck driver, in 1934|
worked as a brickmaker, lived at 4558 Warner Road from 1943 - 47
|GIANNINI, Mr. Romano (I1652)
||Lived at house # 76 Richno ||VASCSAK, Mr. Mathias (I2734)
||Lived at Hrisâoc ||VASCSAK, Mr. Nicolaus (I2901)
||Lived at Richno # 4|
Died at Richno # 28
Died due to a Coma
|TERPAK, Mr. Jacobus (I2911)
||Lived at Richno # 5|
Cause of death was a coma
Priest at time of death was Francisus Lautik
|TERPAK, Ms. Maria (I2910)
||Lived at Richno # 52 in 1904 ||MATUSCSAK, Ms. Maria (I2950)
||Lived at Richno # 7 at time of death|
Reason of death was Variola
|VASCSAK, Ms. Anna (I2904)
||lived at Richno # 82 ||VASCSAK, Mr. Michael (I2916)
||Lived at Richno # 83 in 1887 ||VASCAK, Mr. Joannes (I2956)
||Lived at Richno # 83 in 1888|
Lived at Richno # 84 in 1890
Lived at Richno # 83 in 1892
Lived in Richno # 89 1894 - 95
|VASCAK, Mr. Joannes (I2825)
||Lived at Richno # 88 in 1904 ||VASCSAK, Ms. Julia (I2947)
||Lived in Leisenring III Fayette County, Pa till time of death ||VASCSAK, Mr. Josephus (I2945)
||Lived in Richno # 84 1881- 84 ||VASCSAK, Mr. Mathias (I2913)
||Louis A. Corradi, Jr., age 80, passed away on Saturday, June 30, 2012 at Crittenton Hospital in Rochester Hills. He was born on September 6, 1931 in Cleveland, Ohio, the son of the late Louis Albert and Valeria (Csutoras) Corradi.|
Louis was employed out of IBEW Local 17 in Southfield. He enjoyed playing cards and watching football.
He is survived by three daughters, Angela Corradi of Panama City, Florida, Annette Reich of Clarkston and Nancy (Daniel) Snow of Rochester Hills; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; one brother and his wife, Dan & Helen Corradi of Caro; many nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, David Corradi.
A Funeral Service will be held at the Ransford Collon Funeral Home in Caro Thursday, July 5, 2012 at 12:30 p.m. with Rev. Reginald Courliss officiating.
Graveside services with military honors, provided by the Caro V.F.W. Post #4164 and the U.S. Navy, will follow at Indianfields Township Cemetery in Caro.
The family will receive friends at the Ransford Collon Funeral Home on Thursday from 11:00 a.m. until the time of service at 12:30 p.m. Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider memorial contributions to the Family Discretionary Fund.
The family was assisted with these arrangements by the Ransford Collon Funeral Home of Caro.
|CORRADI, Mr. Louis Albert (I5925)
||Luigi died at the age of 16 years old ||LESTI, Mr. Francesco Nazzareno Luigi (I908)
||managed Danell's Tavern 1969 - 70 ||SAUNDERS, Ms. Nellie (I485)
||Manager of Brush Electronics lived at 427 Metropolitan Avenue in 1958 ||PAGLIA, Mr. Anthony (I179)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F539
||marriage based on birth of first child ||Family F597
||Marriage Date pubblished on 3 April 1915 ||GIAMMARILE, Ms. Elena (I1675)
||marriage date publicized on 8 February 1877 ||Family F405
||Marriage Date Publicized on 8 January 1887 ||Family F582
||marriage date was publicized on 12 September 1880 ||Family F656
||marriage date based on birth date of the oldest child, since marriage record was not available ||Family F10
||marriage date based on birth of child ||Family F521
||marriage date based on birth of child ||Family F551
||marriage date based on birth of child, since no marriage records were available ||Family F299
||marriage date based on birth of child, since no marriage records were available ||Family F335
||marriage date based on birth of child, since no marriage records were available ||Family F755
||marriage date based on birth of child, since no marriage records were available ||Family F884
||marriage date based on birth of child, since no marriage records were available ||Family F900
||marriage date based on birth of child, since no marriage records were available ||Family F915
||Marriage Date based on birth of first child ||Family F359
||marriage date based on birth of first child ||Family F395
||marriage date based on birth of first child ||Family F436
||marriage date based on birth of first child, since marriage record was not available ||Family F797
||marriage date based on birth of first child, since marriage records were not available ||Family F363
||marriage date based on birth of first child, since no marriage date was available ||Family F38
||marriage date based on birth of first child, since no marriage record was available ||Family F260
||marriage date based on birth of first child, since no marriage record was available ||Family F283
||marriage date based on birth of first child, since no marriage records were available ||Family F402
||marriage date based on birth of of first child ||Family F326
||marriage date based on year of first child ||Family F358
||Marriage date comes from the publication record ||Family F2195
||marriage date date is based on the birth of the first born child ||Family F913
||Marriage Date estimated from the birth of child ||Family F767
||Marriage Date is based on birth date of the first child, since no Marriage Record was available ||Family F57
||marriage date is based on birth of child ||Family F337
||marriage date is based on birth of child ||Family F972