Home | What's New | Photos | Histories | Sources | Reports | Cemeteries | Headstones | Statistics | Surnames
Print Bookmark

Notes


Matches 101 to 150 of 162

      «Prev 1 2 3 4 Next»

   Notes   Linked to 
101 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

Connecticut Department of Health, Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2001, Hartford, CT, USA: Connecticut Department of Health 
Source (S136)
 
102 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

Social Security Adminisration, Social Security Death Index, Master File, : Social Security Administration 
Source (S123)
 
103 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index, Master File, : Social Security Administration 
Source (S144)
 
104 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

State of Florida, Florida Death Index, 1877-1998, Florida: Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Records, 1998 
Source (S118)
 
105 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Eighth Census of the United States, 1860, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1860 
Source (S103)
 
106 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 
Source (S145)
 
107 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 
Source (S114)
 
108 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 
Source (S139)
 
109 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Seventh Census of the United States, 1850, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1850 
Source (S112)
 
110 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Tenth Census of the United States, 1880, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1880 
Source (S110)
 
111 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1910 
Source (S113)
 
112 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900 
Source (S111)
 
113 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

United States, Selective Service System, Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration, National Archives and Records Administration Branch locations: National Archives and Records Administration Region Branches 
Source (S138)
 
114 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

United States, Selective Service System, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration 
Source (S135)
 
115 Source Medium: Ancestry.com

United States, Selective Service System, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration 
Source (S106)
 
116 Source Medium: Ancestry.com Source (S119)
 
117 Source Medium: Ancestry.com Source (S137)
 
118 Source Medium: Ancestry.com Source (S105)
 
119 Source Medium: Ancestry.com Source (S146)
 
120 Source Medium: Other Source (S125)
 
121 Source Medium: Other Source (S117)
 
122 SS# 057-01-3843 issued NY before 1951
Last residence Huntington, NY 11746 Suffolk Co. 
SCOZZARI, Francesco (I212)
 
123 The Nemzoff family (it was spelled Nemzow in Ukraine, but pronounced and therefore spelled as Nemzoff in America) was from a town pronounced Kralyevitz (actual spelling unkown) that was in the province of "Chenigeve", which is probably Chernigov, in the Ukraine, approximately 60 miles or so from Kiev. It was reportedly burned to the ground during WW2 so no longer exists. However, there are numerous towns in that area, in that province, that are spelled Krasnosil's'ke, Krasnoyil's'k, Kraslyani, Kraskivs'ke, Krasilivka, and Krasilivka. All of those have a little similarity to the pronunciation of Kralyevitz. As of 8/6/03, have been unable to find Kralyevitz on any previous WW2 maps. According to ship manifest from Zelda and children's arrival, it says they were from Krabnitz. But they boarded the ship in England, so probably the person taking their information did not understand their language and guessed at the spelling of their town name.

Never did find Samual Nemzow's arrival to the US. According to Herbert, his Hebrew and/or yiddish name was Chaim Shmaryohu, or Chaim Shmeryl. Will wait for the Naturalization papers to come to see what information that might have. As of 8/6/03 awaiting the microfilm that has index to Naturalizations for Boston. 
NEMZOW, Samuel (I2380)
 
124 This message from George Colley (gwcolley@earthlink.net)
Jennifer,
Wish I knew for sure the name of Catherine Colley's mother. The following is where I am now on William Colley's marriages:

"2.0 Marriage(s)
Was William Colley married more then once? I have no evidence that he was married more then once. He was certainly married to Mary for many - many years. However, since earlier researches have suggested that Jane Davis and Nancy Thompson as possible wives they are included in this discussion. (Similar names in the same area may have confused early researchers or maybe he did have more then one wife.)

2.1 Mary
Mary (Surname unknown) was married to William Colley. When they were married is unknown. Mary was born in South Carolina in 1778 and died 11 April 1854. She is buried next to William Colley in a Cemetery near Leary in Calhoun Co., Georgia. Their tombstone lists them as husband and wife and gives their dates of birth and dates of death. Mary was married to William Colley before 1820 and was with him until her death. The 1820, 1830 and 1840 censuses list a female that I believe is Mary. Mary is specified by name in the 1850 census. William and Mary lived in Wilkinson County Georgia for a number of years. The family then moved to a part of Baker Co. (was Early County) that became part of Calhoun Co., Georgia. This is where William obtained large tracks of land from which he created his Plantations.

2.2 Nancy (Thompson) Cauley and Jane (Davis) Cauley
I do not believe Nancy Thompson was a wife of the William Colley of this story. However, more information is needed to say for sure that this is true.

Records show that Nancy Thompson was the wife of a William Cawley. The Freeman family has said that Nancy (Thompson) and William Cauley were the parents of Elizabeth Jane Cauley who married John Freeman.

William Colley of this story did have a daughter named Elizabeth Colley who married Sparkman Bowen. Elizabeth Jane (Cauley) Freeman and Elizabeth (Colley) Bowen were both having children about the same time.

Elizabeth (Colley) Bowen and her children are listed in William Colley?s Will. Elizabeth Jane (Cauley) Freeman and her children were not in William Colley?s Will. The Will was very carefully drawn and withstood strong legal challenges.

Old researchers seem to have mixed two families. Elizabeth Jane (Cauley) Freeman was the daughter of Nancy (Thompson) and William Cauley/Cawley. Elizabeth (Colley) Bowen is the daughter of William Colley. The surnames Cauley, Cawley and Colley have been used in various documents for the same families and individuals. Some descendants of William Colley today use the surname spelled Cauley.

Jane Davis was the wife of a William B. Cauley/Cawley who I believe was the son of Nancy (Thompson) and William Cauley/Cawley. She was not a wife of the William Colley in this story. [William B. Cauley and Jane Davis were married on 1/10/1845, in Wilkinson County GA, by William Garrott, J.P.]" 
COLLEY, William (I2205)
 
125 Thomas (Octavia) Peter Rizzo

Highland - Thomas (Octavia) Peter Rizzo 95, a lifelong resident of Highland passed away at his home on December 2, 2014 surrounded by his loving family.

Mr. Rizzo was a Superintendant for the Town of Lloyd Water & Sewer Departments. He initiated all the projects and the infrastructure that provides the town of its water which is still in place today , and because of his accomplishments and dedication they named a road after him called Thomas Rizzo Blvd. in Highland.

He was a true American icon- a perfect family man.

Mr. Rizzo was a decorated WWII Army Veteran. He was honorably discharged and served our Country between the years of 1942-1945. He was an Army Champion Boxer. He was awarded from the Secretary of the Army The Army Commendation Medal for saving a tug boat caught in the worst storm in the pacific in 40 years. Yes he was in the Army on a tug boat as a radio man- he said the waves were 30 ft. over the bow for 3 days. He received this Commendation Medal for his courageous performance of duty on December 9, 1943, while assigned as radio operator on the tug LT-20. Though you had been suffering from seasickness for two days, you remained at your post for six hours during the rescue operation, notwithstanding the fact you required the assistance of two men to maintain your position. Your conduct reflects great credit upon yourself, the 35th Transportation Corps Composite Group, and the Army of the United States.

Mr. Rizzo was a Commander for the American Legion Post 193 for 13 years. He was also a member of the VFW post 6534, was a life member of the Highland Hose Company#1 in Highland, and was a member of the Italian Center in Poughkeepsie.

Mr. Rizzo was an avid bowler and hunter. He loved camping and his cookies. He was also an avid card player and skibo player.

He was also a member of Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Esopus and St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church in Highland.

Mr. Rizzo was born in Highland NY. He was the son of Guiseppe and Maria Belvedere Rizzo.

On December 1, 1946 at St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church in Highland he married Eleanor Casabura. Mrs. Rizzo survives at home in Highland. Additional survivors include his children; Tommy Rizzo, Donna Rizzo, and Riva Vanas-Nelson. He is also survived by 8 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Mr. Rizzo was predeceased by his brothers; Gus, Leo , Peppy, his sisters; Mary Grasso, Josephine LaSusa, Anne DallVechia, Rosalie Bragg, his daughter-in-law, Candy Rizzo and his grandson; Shane Iorlano.

Calling hours are Friday December 5th from 2-4 and 7-9pm at the Michael Torsone Memorial Funeral Home, Inc. 38 Main St. Highland, NY 12528.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday December 6th 10:00am at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Esopus.

Burial will follow in Highland Cemetery with military honors.
- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/poughkeepsiejournal/obituary.aspx?n=thomas-rizzo&pid=173359252&fhid=27377#sthash.d3GlSCq3.VtP6yPN4.dpuf 
RIZZO, Ottavio Thomas (I1403)
 
126 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 Source (S42)
 
127 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1910 Source (S59)
 
128 Vincent S. Furnari, of Bayville, died on Jan. 23, 2012 at age 90. A WWII Army Air Corp veteran, he was a family man and dedicated worker. He worked as a draftsman for many years. He was a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus, a member of American Legion Robert H. Spittel Post, a Eucharistic Minister and lecturer at St. Gertrude R.C. Church. Husband of Anna for 67 years. Father of Theresa Sacco (Anthony), Anthony (Elizabeth) and Joanne Gaglione (Robert). Brother of Rose Pizzirusso. Grandfather of five. Great-grandfather of three. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Visitation held at Dodge-Thomas Funeral Home. Glen Cove. Mass held at St. Gertrude RC Church. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. FURNARI, Vincent S (I139)
 
129 Was called Katie. Had severe arthritis. PERSIANO, Rachel Catherine (I444)
 
130 Was friends with the mayor of the town. To protect his children, he took the surname of the mayor which may have been Bashukovitz, Bashukevitz or something similar. Do not know the original surname. BASHUKEVICH, Chaim Yankel (Jacob) (I2378)
 
131 widow at the time of marriage to Giovanni Schimmenti TOMMASINO, Paola (I603)
 
132 Witnesses to the wedding of Leonardo and Maria Vincenza: Maestro Salvadore Martisi?, Vincenzo Borello, Giovanni Di Pisa, and Pietro Costantino. [Lisa Fawcett.FTW]

[Jennifer's Family History-Aiena-Schimmenti.FTW]

Witnesses to the wedding of Leonardo and Maria Vincenza: Maestro Salvadore Martisi?, Vincenzo Borello, Giovanni Di Pisa, and Pietro Costantino. 
PRIOLA, Leonardo (I434)
 
133 Witnesses to wedding of Francesco and Francesca: Giusto Santo Marchese, Placido Bonanno, Vincenzo Rizzo, and Antonino di Benedetto CERNIGLIA, Francesco (I592)
 
134 Witnesses to wedding of Giovanni and Giusta: Pietro Costantino, Francesco Cerniglia, Stefano Pirrolo, and Stefano Schimmenti. CERNIGLIA, Giovanni (I597)
 
135 Wojciech (['v?i?t???x] is a Polish given name, equivalent to Czech Vojtech (['v?i?c?x]), Slovak Vojtech, and German Woitke. Wojciech is one of the oldest Slavic names. The name is formed from Polish "wój" (Slavic: "voj") – a root pertaining to war which also forms Polish words like wojownik meaning warrior, and wojna meaning war – and "ciech" (from an earlier form "tech") meaning joy,[1] with the resulting combination meaning "the joy of war" or "smiling warrior". Its Polish diminutive forms include Wojtek (pronounced: ['v?i?t?k]), Wojtus (['v?i?tu?]), Wojtas, Wojcio, Wojcieszek, Wojtaszka, Wojtaszek, Wojan (noted already in 1136), Wojko. The feminine form is Wojciecha. Related names in South Slavic languages include Vojko, Vojislav, and Vojteh.

The name has been rendered into German in several different variations including: Woitke, Witke, Voitke, Voytke, Woytke, Vogtke, Wogtke, Woetke, and Wötke. It appears as Woyzeck in the play of that name by Georg Büchner. A variant form is Wozzeck, the result of confusion due to the similarity of the letters and in Sütterlin handwriting; this form is used as the name of the opera by Alban Berg based on Büchner's play.

The name Adalbert is sometimes associated with Wojciech/Vojtech but they have no linguistic relationship with each other. Their components and meanings are completely different but the names may have become associated as a result of St Adalbert of Prague (born Vojtech Slavník) taking the name of Adalbert at confirmation.

The name day for individuals named Wojciech is on April 23. 
BIALA, Wojciech (I1718)
 
136 [Famtree.ged]

Acc. to Rose Pizzarusso, the reason Caterina was named the same as her sister wa
s because the Godmother-to-be was named Caterina and she was upset that the chil
d was not being named after her. Pietro and Rosalia said that they already had a
daughter named Caterina, but they finally gave in and named the baby after the
godmother. 
SCHIMMENTI, Caterina (I180)
 
137 [Famtree.ged]

according to Grandpa, he was called Gus 
GULINO, Gasparo (I1531)
 
138 [Famtree.ged]

According to Microfilm: Was 30 years old in Feb 1884 when Anna was born. Lived a
t 25 Via Baldaccinino (spelling)
occupation: Marinaro=sailor 
BUCALO, Alberto (I1530)
 
139 [Famtree.ged]

According to Rose Pizzarusso, was born in NY. The family moved back to Sicily be
cause the oldest son (geraldo) was sick and the Dr suggested they move back to S
icily. Pietro came back to America, married and lived in Naples, Florida but ne
ver had any children. 
DI PISA, Pietro (I207)
 
140 [Famtree.ged]

Alliene Cauley is buried at Woodlawn Park Cemetary in Miami, Florida 
CAULEY, Alliene Hill (I2276)
 
141 [Famtree.ged]

at time of Cristina's birth, in 1843, Natale was 31 years old. 
CERNIGLIA, Natale (I264)
 
142 [Famtree.ged]

Birth month not accurate, only know the year 
GULINO, Maria (I1509)
 
143 [Famtree.ged]

Died possibly from tuberculosis...or grandpa says liver or kidney problem...tongue swelled up and he choked to death. He was at Coney Island Hospital. 
GULINO, Anthony (I1507)
 
144 [Famtree.ged]

Emigrated 12/7/1957 to Canegrate 
RIZZO, Marianna (I232)
 
145 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SAGLIMBENE, C. (I253)
 
146 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SAGLIMBENE, F.J. (I203)
 
147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PARADISO, G. (I220)
 
148 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. DI PISA, G. (I240)
 
149 [Famtree.ged]

Emigrated to San Giorgio su Legnano in 12/9/1994 
SAGLIMBENE, Francesca (I200)
 
150 [Famtree.ged]

Frances Aiena is not the father of Rebecca...the computer will not allow me to d
elete this for some reason... 
AIENA, Rebecca (I71)
 

      «Prev 1 2 3 4 Next»