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1. MARIANNO1 BARBI was born Abt. 1850 in Italy, and died Bef. 1909 in Italy. He married ROSA ALBERGHINI Bef. 1870 in Italy. She was born 1847 in Renassa, Ferrara, Italy, and died 25 Feb 1916 in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Notes for MARIANNO BARBI:

There has been a strong custom in Italy that determines how children are named: The first male is named after his paternal grandfather, the second male is named after his maternal grandfather, the first female is named after her paternal grandmother, and the second female is named after her maternal grandmother. The subsequent children could be named after the parents, a favorite aunt or uncle, a saint or a deceased relative. Source: "A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Italian Ancestors" by Lynn Nelson, page 18.

Notes for ROSA ALBERGHINI:

According to 1910 Census (data shown under Antonio Barbi), Rosa emigrated to the United States in 1909. This was probably after her husband, Marianno's, death. Passenger Ship List for SS Verona departing Geonoa, Italy, on October 16, 1909, (arriving New York on October 31, 1909, see notes for Delfa Malavasi) shows Rosa Alberghini traveling with Delfa Malavasi; and Delfa's children, Rosina Barbi, Mariano Barbi, Aldo Barbi, and Maria Barbi (just born in Italy).

The Marriage Certificate for Antonio Barbi and Carolina Serra shows Antonio's mother as Rosa Mengaredi. The Marriage Certificate for Federico Barbi and Delfa Malavasi shows Federico's mother as Rosa Alberghini. Since there is a question as to the maiden name for Carolina's mother Mocari vice Bocari, Antonio may also have gotten his mother's maden name wrong too. Delfa's signature is the same as witness on Antonio's marriage certificate and on Federico's marriage certificate as bride.

See notes under Frederick Barbi regarding the 1920 US Census. Rosa was not listed so I am assuming she died before the 1920 Census. In 1915, she was listed in the New York State 1915 Census. This fact was confirmed by the death certificate obtained in June 2004 at the New Jersey Archives that she was born in 1847 and died 25 February 1916.

She is burried at Hudson County Catholic Cemetery (In 2004 Holy Name Cemetery) 823 West Side Avenue, Jersey City, NJ

More About ROSA ALBERGHINI:

Burial: 26 Feb 1916, Hudson County Catholic Cemetery (In 2004 Holy Name Cemetery) 823 West Side Avenue, Jersey City, NJ

Cause of Death: Cerebral hemorhage

Emigration: 16 Oct 1909, SS Verona, from Genoa, Italy, Ellis Island, New York

Medical Information: Contributing factors were arteriosclerosis

Marriage Notes for MARIANNO BARBI and ROSA ALBERGHINI:

The Marriage Certificate State of New York number 6716, March 4, 1911, for Antonio Barbi and Carolina Serra shows Anotonio Barbi's parents as Marianno Barbi and Rosa Mingaredi. In Kenneth Barbi's "Baby's Milestones Birth to Seven Years" compiled by Margaret Barbi, Daniel Barbi is listed as Antonio Barbi's father and no name is listed for his mother. In December, 2000, Margaret Barbi did not recall why this information was recorded in this manner.

More About MARIANNO BARBI and ROSA ALBERGHINI:

Marriage: Bef. 1870, Italy

 

Children of MARIANNO BARBI and ROSA ALBERGHINI are:

2. i. FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2 BARBI, b. 1871, Italy; d. 19 Nov 1935, Bellevue Hospital, New York.

3. ii. ANTONIO M. BARBI, b. 14 Oct 1887, Mirandola, Italy; d. 29 Jul 1950, Smithtown, Long Island, New York.

iii. CHILD 3 BARBI, d. Aft. 1910.

iv. CHILD 4 BARBI, d. Bef. 1910.

v. CHILD 5 BARBI, d. Bef. 1910.

vi. CHILD 6 BARBI, d. Bef. 1910.

vii. CHILD 7 BARBI, d. Bef. 1910.

viii. CHILD 8 BARBI, d. Bef. 1910.

ix. CHILD 9 BARBI, d. Bef. 1910.

x. CHILD 10 BARBI, d. Bef. 1910.

 

Generation No. 2

2. FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2 BARBI (MARIANNO1) was born 1871 in Italy, and died 19 Nov 1935 in Bellevue Hospital, New York. He married DELFA MALAVASI 27 Jul 1899 in Manhattan, New York, daughter of BONFIGLIO MALAVASI and SOPHIA GAZZELLI. She was born 12 Apr 1879 in 274 Canaletto Street, Villafranca, Cavezzo, Modena, Italy, and died Dec 1969 in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Notes for FREDERICK 'FEDERICO' BARBI:

Federico Barbi arrived in the United States in on 19 June 1891 aboard the Spaarndam from Boulogne and Rotterdam. Actual passenger manifest shows he boarded in Boulogne as passenger 1038. He was 20 years old, and listed as a Male laborer. Captain of Spaarndam was Captain Frederik H. Bonjer.

Source: "Italians to America _ List of Passengers Arriving in US Ports, 1880_1899, Vol 5", page 338, Editor Ira A. Glazier and P. William Filby, published by Scholarly Resources 2000.

 

SPAARNDAM

Spaarndam

The "Spaarndam" of the Holland America Line was built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast (engines by J.Jack & Co, Liverpool) in 1881 as the "Asiatic" for the White Star Line, she was a 4,368 gross ton ship, length 427.8ft x beam 41.9ft, one funnel, four masts (rigged for sail), single screw and a speed of 13 knots. Launched on 30/4/1881, her name was changed to "Arabic" and she left Liverpool on her maiden voyage to New York on 10/9/1881. She started her third and last voyage on this service on 2/12/1881. She was then chartered to the Occidental & Oriental Line and sailed on 4/2/1882 from Liverpool for Suez Canal, Hong Kong and San Francisco. On 30/3/1887 she returned to the N.Atlantic and sailed from London for Queenstown and New York and on 12/5/1887 resumed Liverpool _ New York sailings. She reverted to San Francisco _ Yokohama _ Hong Kong voyages in 1888 and in 1890 was sold to Holland America Line. Renamed "Spaarndam", she started her first Rotterdam _ New York voyage on 29/3/1890. In 1899 she was refitted to carry 2nd and 3rd class passengers only and commenced her final voyage on 7/2/1901 when she left Rotterdam for New York. She was scrapped at Preston the same year. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P. Bonsor, vol.2, p.758; vol.3, p.912] _ [Posted to The ShipsList by Ted Finch _ 13 July 1998]

Source: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Parthenon/3649/ship_q_s.html

 

Frederick Barbi lived at 485 Boulevard, LIC, New York, when he married Delfa Malavasi on July 27, 1899. Their first 2 children, Rosy and Mario were born at 227 Sullivan Street, New York City, however, the 1910 US Federal Census shows Frederick and Delfa lived at 592 Boulevard, LIC, New York, on Apr 28, 1910. The 1900 US Federal Census does not show Frederick and Delfa at either address. Based on appearing in the New York State 1915 Census, we assume Frederick and his family moved to Jersey City, New Jersey, between 1915 and 1920. Delfa Barbi Dunlap confirmed that her recollection from family members is that Frederick Barbi came from Modena, Italy. Modena is a city near Bologna as well as being the province name for that part of Italy. Based on Anthony Barbi's passenger ship manifest listing him as coming from Mirandola, Italy, (which is close to Modena city) and in Modena Province, we have good agreement on family origin location.

13th Census of the United States: 1910 Population shows the following individuals living at 592 Boulevard, Long Island City, New York, on April 28, 1910:

1) Barbi, Federico, Head of Family, Sex_Male, Color_White, Age_39 (Born in 1871), Married, Married 11 years (marriage date 1899), Born in Italy, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Immigrated to US_1891, Naturalized, able to speak English, Trade_Estimator, Works in_Stock House, can read and write, rents home.

2) Barbi, Delfa, Wife, Sex_Female, Color_White, Age_29 (Born in 1881), Married, Married 11 years (marriage date 1899), Mother of 4 children, 4 children still alive, Born in Italy, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Immigrated to US_1896, able to speak English, Trade_None, Works in_None, can read and write.

3) Barbi, Rosa, Daughter, Sex_Female, Color_White, Age_10 (Born in 1900), Single, Born in New York, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, able to speak English, Trade_None, Works in_None, can read and write.

4) Barbi, Mariano, Son, Sex_Male, Color_White, Age_8 (Born in 1902), Single, Born in New York, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Trade_None, Works in_None.

5) Barbi, Abo, Son, Sex_Male, Color_White, Age_5 (Born in 1905), Single, Born in New York, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Trade_None, Works in_None.

6) Barbi, Marie, Daughter, Sex_Female, Color_White, Age_1 year 8 months (Born in 1908), Single, Born in New York, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Trade_None, Works in_None.

7) Barbi, Rosi, Mother, Sex_Female, Color_White, Age_66 (Born in 1844), Widowed, Mother of 10 children, 3 children still alive, Born in Italy, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Immigrated to US_1909, speaks Italian, Trade_None, Works in_None, does not read and write in English.

8) Barbi, Antonio, Brother, Sex_Male, Color_White, Age_24 (Born in 1887), Single, Born in Italy, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Immigrated to US_1896, able to speak English, Trade_Estimator, Works in_Stock House, can read and write.

Source: 1910 US Census, Borough of Queens, Enumeration District 1157, page 13B. (In January 2001, Graham Avenue is 34th Avenue, and Boulevard is 11th Street.)

State of New York Census of 1915 shows the following individuals living at 602 Boulevard in June 1, 1915. In the 1920 US Census, they are not at 602 Boulevard and not anywhere in Long Island City or Whitestone, Queens, New York:

1)Barbi, Frederick, Head, White, Male, 44, years in US 24 (immigrated in 1891), Citizen, Laborer Factory.

2)Barbi, Delfia (sp), Wife, White, Female, 36, years in US 19 (immigrated in 1896), Citizen, House work.

3)Barbi, Rosie, Daughter, White, Female, 14, years in US 14, Citizen, School.

4)Barbi, Mario, Son, White, Male, 13, years in US 13, Citizen, School.

5)Barbi, Aldo, Son, White, Male, 10, years in US 10, Citizen, School.

6)Barbi, Mary, Daughter, White, Female, 6, years in US 1 (born in Italy), Citizen, School.

7)Barbi, Annie, Daughter, White, Female, 4, years in US 4.

8)Barbi, Rosie, Mother, White, Female, 72, years in US 24 (immigrated in 1891), Citizen, House work. Note: Rosie arrived in 1909 according to the 1910 US Census and the Passenger Ship list for the SS Verona which arrived on 16 October 1909.

Source: 1915 New York State Census, Block No. X, Election District No. 10, Ward No. X, page 45, Assembly District 1. (In January 2001, Graham Avenue is 34th Avenue, and Boulevard is 11th Street.)

Based on the 1920 US Census for New Jersey, Hudson County, Enumeration District 156, 14A, at 31 Undecipherable Place:

Barbi, Frederick Head, Rented Home, Male, White, 49, Married, Emigrated 1891, Alien, Can read and write, Born in Italy, Mother Tongue Italian, Father born in Italy, Mother Tongue Italian, Mother Born in Italy, Mother Tongue Italian, Able to speak English, Trade Undecipherable, Industry worked in is feathers.

Barbi, Delfa Wife Female, White, 40, Married, Emigrated 1891, Alien, Cannot read and write, Born in Italy, Mother Tongue Italian, Father born in Italy, Mother Tongue Italian, Mother Born in Italy, Mother Tongue Italian, Able to speak English, no occupation.

Barbi, Rose Daughter F W 19 Single Can read and write Born in New York

Barbi, Mario Son M W 17 Single Can read and write Born in New York

Barbi, Also Son M W 14 Single Can read and write Born in New York

Barbi, Mary Daughter F W 11 Single Can read and write Alien Born in Italy

Barbi, Anna Daughter F W 9 Single Can read and write Born in Long Island, New York

Based on the 1930 US Census for New Jersey, Hudson County, Enumeration District 36, Page 1A

Muriel Avenue

Barbi, Fred Head, Owned Home $9000 Male, White,59, Married at 26, Elevator Operator in College Building

Barbi, Defia Wife Female, White, 51, Married at 18

Barbi, Anna Daughter Female, White, 19, Single

Barbi, Alado Son Male, White, 25, Single, Laborer who tars floors.

Rosa would have been 24 when Frederick was born.

More About FREDERICK 'FEDERICO' BARBI:

Burial: 1935, Hudson County Catholic Cemetery Block F Q 9 (In 2004 Holy Name Cemetery) 823 West Side Avenue, Jersey City, NJ

Emigration: 19 Jun 1891, SS Spaarndam, Boulogne and Rotterdam, Ellis Island, New York

Occupation: Salesman or Businessman

Notes for DELFA MALAVASI:

Birth and death dates obtained from SSN Death Information.

According to Delfa Barbi Dunlap, Delfa came from a well to do family in Italy and had servants.

According to Delfa and Federico Barbi marriage certificate, her parents were Bonfiglio Malavasi and Sophia Gazzelli. According to www.ellisislandrecords.org passenger ship lists, Bonfiglio Malavasi came to the United States aboard SS America on 26 Jul 1915 at age 56 showing his residence as Mirandola, Italy.

She orginally came to the United States on August 10, 1896, aboard the SS La Normandie. Her name was misspelled on indexes as Belfa Malavati. She was listed as passenger 141 in the Aft Steerage Compartment and was a 17 year old laborer. Delfa married Ferderico Barbi in July 27, 1899. She had 3 children (Rosie, Mario, and Aldo) in New York City. Then she traveled back to Italy with Rosie, Mario, and Aldo Barbi, prior to 1908 to have Mary in 1908. Delfa (age 29 _ _ born in 1880 in Cavezzo, Modena, Italy) returned to the United States aboard the SS Verona leaving Genoa, Italy, on October 16, 1909, with her 4 children, and her mother_in_law Rosa Alberghini Barbi (age 63 _ _ born in 1846 in Renassa, Ferrara, Italy ) who was living with her brother Luigi Alberghini in Cento [I assume she moved in with her brother after her husband Marianno died before she emigrated to the United States]. The Verona arrived in New York on October 31, 1909. Her 4 children were listed as coming from Cento, Ferrara, Italy. Delfa traveled under her madden name as Delfa Malavasi, and was said to have lived with her father Bonfiglio Malavasi in Mirandola, Italy. ["Italians to America _ List of Passengers Arriving in US Ports, 1880_1899, Vol 10", page 31, Editor Ira A. Glazier and P. William Filby, published by Scholarly Resources 2000, lists Belfa Malivasi on the SS Verona, but after reading the actual passenger list, it is an editorial error on the part of Glazier and Filby.] The passenger list shows Delfa and Rosa were returning to the United States to live with Federico Barbi who lived at 53 East 9th Street, Manhattan, New York in 1909 (don't forget the 1910 US Census shows Federico Barbi living at 592 Boulevard, LIC, New York). Source: www.ellisislandrecords.org on May 18, 2001, and "Italians to America" by Glazier and Filby.

More About DELFA MALAVASI:

Burial: 1969, Hudson County Catholic Cemetery Block F Q 9 (In 2004 Holy Name Cemetery) 823 West Side Avenue, Jersey City, NJ

Emigration: 10 Aug 1896, SS La Normandie, from Genoa, Italy, Ellis Island, New York

Marriage Notes for FREDERICK BARBI and DELFA MALAVASI:

Marriage Certificate Number 12118 State of New York Manhattan July 27, 1899. Shows Federico Barbi lived at 485 Boulevard, LIC, New York, age 28, born Italy, father Mariano Barbi, mother Rosa Alberghini; Delfa Malavasi lived at 437 West 32nd Street, Manhattan, New York, age 20, father Bonfiglio Malavasi, mother Sophia Gazzelli.

More About FREDERICK BARBI and DELFA MALAVASI:

Marriage: 27 Jul 1899, Manhattan, New York

 

Children of FREDERICK BARBI and DELFA MALAVASI are:

4. i. ROSIE 'ROSA'3 BARBI, b. 07 Dec 1900, 227 Sullivan Street, Manhattan, New York; d. Unknown.

5. ii. MARIO 'MARIANO' BARBI, b. 04 Apr 1902, 227 Sullivan Street, Manhattan, New York; d. 03 Mar 1988, Jackson, New Jersey.

6. iii. ALDO 'ABO' BARBI, b. 13 May 1905; d. Feb 1965.

7. iv. MARY 'MARIE' BARBI, b. 1908, Cento, Farrara, Italy; d. 2000.

8. v. ANNIE BARBI, b. 12 Sep 1910, Long Island City, New York; d. 2000.

 

3. ANTONIO M.2 BARBI (MARIANNO1) was born 14 Oct 1887 in Mirandola, Italy, and died 29 Jul 1950 in Smithtown, Long Island, New York. He married CAROLINA SERRA 04 Mar 1911 in City Hall, Manhattan, New York, daughter of SERADONA SERRA and ELISA BOCARI. She was born 06 Feb 1891 in Italy, and died 08 Apr 1944 in Pilgrim Hospital, Central Islip, Long Island, New York, on the Saturday before Easter.

Notes for ANTONIO M. BARBI:

Antonio (Anthonio or Anthony) Barbi arrived in the United States on 28 April 1898 aboard the Kaiser Wilhelm II from Genoa, Italy. He was 12 years old and came from Mirandola, Italy. Mirandola, Italy, is 30 miles north of Bologna, Italy, on Route 12. The ship departed Genoa on 14 April 1898.

Source: "Italians to America _ Lists of Passengers Arriving in US Ports, 1880_1899, Vol 11", page 292, Editor Ira A. Glazier and P. William Filby, published by Scholarly Resources 2000.

Kaiser Wilhelm II

According to the actual passenger list of the Kaiser Wilhelm II on 28 April 1898, Antonio Barbi was going to stay with his brother in New York__which 1910 US Census Records confirm.

Source: Kaiser Wilhelm II Passenger List.

 

Anthonio Barbi submitted a Naturalization Request in Queens County, New York. It is in Vol 54B Petition Number 12399. The "A" volumes range from 1906_1926. The "B" volumes range from 1927_1941.

 

Marriage Certificate number 6716, State of New York, March 4, 1911, shows both bride and groom lived in Long Island City, New York, at the time of their marriage. Anthonio's parents were listed as Marianno Barbi and Rosa Mengaredi; Carolina's parents were listed as Seradona Serra and Elisa Mocari. Witnesses were Pietro Serra (her cousin) and Delfa Barbi (her sister_in_law). [It should be noted here that Antonio's brother, Frederic's marriage certificate lists parents as Mariano (1 "n") Barbi and Rosa Alberghini. I think the last names on Antonio and Carolina's marriage certificate for the mothers are wrong.]

 

Death Certificate State of New York number 44642 dated August 1, 1950, says Anthony died in Smithtown, Long Island, New York on July 29, 1950. He was a resident of Queens at 140_35 Loburmm Avenue, Flushing, New York. His usual occupation was maintenance in the building business. Father's name was Marino, and mother's name was unknown.

 

13th Census of the United States: 1910 Population shows the following individuals living at 592 Boulevard, Long Island City, New York, on April 28, 1910:

1) Barbi, Federico, Head of Family, Sex_Male, Color_White, Age_39 (Born in 1871), Married, Married 11 years (marriage date 1899), Born in Italy, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Immigrated to US_1891, Naturalized, able to speak English, Trade_Estimator, Works in_Stock House, can read and write, rents home.

2) Barbi, Delfa, Wife, Sex_Female, Color_White, Age_29 (Born in 1881), Married, Married 11 years (marriage date 1899), Mother of 4 children, 4 children still alive, Born in Italy, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Immigrated to US_1896, able to speak English, Trade_None, Works in_None, can read and write.

3) Barbi, Rosa, Daughter, Sex_Female, Color_White, Age_10 (Born in 1900), Single, Born in New York, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, able to speak English, Trade_None, Works in_None, can read and write.

4) Barbi, Mariano, Son, Sex_Male, Color_White, Age_8 (Born in 1902), Single, Born in New York, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Trade_None, Works in_None.

5) Barbi, Abo, Son, Sex_Male, Color_White, Age_5 (Born in 1905), Single, Born in New York, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Trade_None, Works in_None.

6) Barbi, Marie, Daughter, Sex_Female, Color_White, Age_1 year 8 months (Born in 1908), Single, Born in New York, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Trade_None, Works in_None.

7) Barbi, Rosi, Mother, Sex_Female, Color_White, Age_66 (Born in 1844), Widowed, Mother of 10 children, 3 children still alive, Born in Italy, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Immigrated to US_1909, speaks Italian, Trade_None, Works in_None, does not read and write in English.

8) Barbi, Antonio, Brother, Sex_Male, Color_White, Age_24 (Born in 1887), Single, Born in Italy, Father Born in Italy, Mother Born in Italy, Immigrated to US_1896, able to speak English, Trade_Estimator, Works in_Stock House, can read and write.

Source: 1910 US Census, Borough of Queens, Enumeration District 1157, page 13B. (In January 2001, Graham Avenue is 34th Avenue, and Boulevard is 11th Street.)

13th Census of the United States: 1910 Population shows the following individuals living at 594 Boulevard, Long Island City, New York, on April 28, 1910:

1) Serra, Joseph, Head, 42, immigrated in 1886, Naturalized.

2) Serra, Angelina, Wife, 33, immigrated in 1886.

3) Serra, Anna, Daughter, 15.

4) Serra, Mary, Daughter, 13.

5) Serra, Frank, Son, 11.

6) Serra, Ida, Daughter, 9.

7) Serra, Josephine, Daughter, 8.

8) Serra, Mattie, Daughter, 6.

9) Serra, William, Son, 4.

10) Serra, Charles, Son,1 year 10 months.

Don't know relationship of these people at this time (January 5, 2001).

Source: 1910 US Census, Borough of Queens, Enumeration District 1157, page 13B. (In January 2001, Graham Avenue is 34th Avenue, and Boulevard is 11th Street.)

13th Census of the United States: 1910 Population shows the following individuals living at 600 Boulevard, Long Island City, New York, on April 28, 1910:

1) Serra, Ernesto, Head, 45, immigrated in 1900.

2) Serra, Adle, Wife,38, immigrated in 1901.

3) Serra, Aldo, Son, 14, immigrated in 1901.

4) Serra, Gingi, Son, 5.

5) Serra, Mary, Daughter, 3.

6) Serra, Peter, Nephew, 18, immigrated in 1901.

Don't know relationship of these people at this time (January 5, 2001), but think Peter Serra witnessed Carolina Serra and Antonio Barbi's marriage since he lived nearby and was the correct age to be a witness to a 1911 marriage.

Source: 1910 US Census, Borough of Queens, Enumeration District 1157, page 14A. (In January 2001, Graham Avenue is 34th Avenue, and Boulevard is 11th Street.)

State of New York Census of 1915 shows the following individuals living at 602 Boulevard in June 1, 1915. In the 1920 US Census, they are not at 602 Boulevard and not anywhere in Long Island City or Whitestone, Queens, New York:

1) Barbi, Frederick, Head, White, Male, 44, years in US 24 (immigrated in 1891), Citizen, Laborer Factory.

2) Barbi, Delfia, Wife, White, Female, 36, years in US 19 (immigrated in 1896), Citizen, House work.

3) Barbi, Rosie, Daughter, White, Female, 14, years in US 14, Citizen, School.

4) Barbi, Mario, Son, White, Male, 13, years in US 13, Citizen, School.

5) Barbi, Aldo, Son, White, Male, 10, years in US 10, Citizen, School.

6) Barbi, Mary, Daughter, White, Female, 6, years in US 1 (born in Italy), Citizen, School.

7) Barbi, Annie, Daughter, White, Female, 4, years in US 4.

8) Barbi, Rosie, Mother, White, Female, 72, years in US 24 (immigrated in 1891), Citizen, House work. Note: Rosie arrived in 1909 according to the 1910 US Census and the Passenger Ship list for the SS Verona which arrived on 16 October 1909.

Source: 1915 New York State Census, Block No. X, Election District No. 10, Ward No. X, page 45, Assembly District 1. (In January 2001, Graham Avenue is 34th Avenue, and Boulevard is 11th Street.)

State of New York Census of 1915 shows the following individuals living at 599 Boulevard in June 1, 1915:

1) Serra, Joseph, Head, White, Male, 47, years in US 27 (immigrated in 1888), Citizen, Builder.

2) Serra, Angalina, Wife, White, Female, 37, years in US 27 (immigrated in 1888), Citizen, House work.

3) Serra, Anna, Daughter, White, Female, 20, years in US 20, Citizen, School.

4) Serra, Marie, Daughter, White, Female, 18, years in US 18, Citizen, School.

5) Serra, Frank, Son, White, Male, 16, years in US 16, Citizen, School.

6) Serra, Ida, Daughter, White, Female, 14, years in US 14, Citizen, School.

7) Serra, Josephine, Daughter,White, Female, 12, years in US 12, Citizen, School.

8) Serra, Miltilde, Daughter, White, Female, 10, years in US 10, Citizen, School.

9) Serra, William, Son, White, Male, 8, years in US 8, Citizen, School.

10) Serra, Charles, Son, White, Male, 6, years in US 6, Citizen, School.

11) Serra, Henry, Son, White, Male, 4, years in US 4, Citizen.

Source: 1915 New York State Census, Block No. X, Election District No. 10, Ward No. X, page 49, Assembly District 1. (In January 2001, Graham Avenue is 34th Avenue, and Boulevard is 11th Street.) Don't know relationship of these people at this time (January 5, 2001).

Note: No record for Antonio Barbi and Family at 105 Graham Avenue (where Mario A. Barbi was born in 1912) in 1915 New York Census of any Barbi family living there__page that applies is Block X ED 20, Page 8. Also no record at 105 Graham Avenue (where Mario A. Barbi was born in 1912) in the 1920 US Census Enumeration Districts 1_19. Also no record at 105 Graham Avenue (where Mario A. Barbi was born in 1912) in 1925 New York Census of any Barbi family living there__page that applies is Block 5 ED 34, Page 10 on Microfilm # 124032.

14th Census of the United States: 1920 Population shows the following individuals living at 72 Camelia, Astoria, LIC, New York, on January 2, 1920

1) Barbi, Anthony (head, age 33 _ _ born 1887, rented home, arrived in USA in 1899, alien, born in Italy, both parents born in Italy, occupation Plummer Hat Company _ _ actually ran a hat shop in Long Island City)

2) Carolina (wife, age 29 _ _ born 1891, arrived in USA in 190?, alien, born in Italy, both parents born in Italy, occupation Cigar Maker)

3) Mario (daugther _ _ obvious error I believe because name may have been mistaken for Maria, age 8 _ _ born 1912 in USA)

4) Eunice (daughter, age 6 _ _ born 1914 in USA, apparently this was the name Inez went by in 1920). Note: Danial was born in 1920, and this census record was made on January 2, 1920.

Source: 1920 Federal Census, Role 229, 18 Sheet 10A, Vol 298, ED 38, Sheet 10A, Line 42, address: 72 Camelia, Astoria, LIC, New York.

15th Census of the United States: 1930 Population shows the following individuals living at 147_16 15th Drive, Whitestone, New York, on April 30, 1930

1) Barbi, Anthony (head, owned home valued at $8,300 with radio, M W, age 44 _ _ born 1886, age at 1st marriage 24 _ _ 1910, born in Italy (parents both born in Italy), Emmigrated in 1897, Naturalized, can read and write, speaks English, Occupation fireman in an office building, not a veteran).

2) Barbi, Carolina (wife, F W, age 39 _ _ born 1891, age at 1 st marriage 19 _ _ 1911, born in Italy (parents both born in Italy), Emmigrated in 1910, Alien, cannot read or write, speaks English).

3) Barbi, Mario (son, M W, age 18 _ _ born 1912, born in New York, can read and write, speaks English, Occupation clerk for Life Insurance Company).

4) Barbi, Inez (daughter, F W, age 16 _ _ born 1914, born in New York, can read and write, speaks English).

5) Barbi, Daniel (son, M W, age 9 _ _ born 1921, born in New York, speaks English).

 

KAISER WILHELM II (1)

The "Kaiser Wilhelm II" was built by A.G.Vulkan at Stettin in 1889 for Norddeutscher Lloyd [North German Lloyd]. Her dimensions were 4773 gross tons, Length 449.6ft x beam 51ft, Two funnels, four masts, single screw and a speed of 16 knots. There was accommodation for 120_1st, 80_2nd and 1,000_3rd class passengers. Launched on 23 April1889 she sailed from Bremen on her maiden voyage for Southampton and New York on 27 August 1889 and was then put straight onto the Bremen _ Suez _ Australia service. After six round voyages she was rebuilt to 6661 tons and on 22 October 1892 she sailed from Bremen for Southampton and NY. On 30/11/1892 she was transferred to the Genoa _ Naples _ NY service until on 5 June 1893 she sank at her berth at Genoa. She was refloated and on 8 July 1893 resumed the Bremen _ Southampton _ NY service until 8/11/1893 when she went back to the Genoa _ Naples _ NY run. On 18 December 1900 she left New York on her last voyage to Naples and Genoa and was then renamed "Hohenzollern" Between 9 January 1901 and 21 May 1906 she ran between Genoa, Naples and New York and subsequently ran within the Mediterranean. On 10 May 1908 she ran aground at Alghero, Sardinia, was refloated and scrapped in Italy. [Posted to the Emigration_Ships Mailing List by Ted Finch _ 12 September 1997]

Source: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Parthenon/3649/ship_i_k.html

 

Mirandola, Italy, is in Modena province of the Emilia_Romagna region in north central Italy. It has automobile assembly, footwear, food_canning, and hemp industries. The Romanesque_Gothic church of S. Francesco is a historic landmark. The town was the birthplace of Pico della Mirandola, the 15th_century scholar. Pop. (1984 est.) mun., 21,979.

Source: http://www.britannica.com/seo/m/mirandola/

 

Pico Della Mirandola, Giovanni, Conte (1463_94), Italian humanist philosopher, born near Ferrara, and educated at the University of Bologna. Instead of completing his studies at Bologna he visited famous universities in Italy and France, astonishing scholars with his precocious learning. At the age of 23 he settled in Rome and there publicly posted a list of 900 theses or propositions about all subjects, offering to defend them publicly. The pope deemed that some of his theses dealing with cabalistic magic were heretical and forbade him to carry on his projected discussions. In 1489 Pico completed the Heptaplus, a mystical account of the creation of the universe. His library was one of the largest and most comprehensive of his day. A wealthy man, he eventually decided to give away all his possessions and become a wandering preacher, but he died before he could carry out his plan. The year before his death Pope Alexander VI absolved him of any imputations of heresy.

Source: "Pico Della Mirandola, Giovanni, Conte," Microsoft(R) Encarta(R) 98 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993_1997 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Rosa would have been 40 when Antonio was born.

More About ANTONIO M. BARBI:

Burial: 02 Aug 1950, Flushing Cemetery, Flushing, New York, Section KPC Grave 5085, along with Carolina Barbi (Wife), and Daniel Barbi (Son)

Cause of Death: Coronary Occlusion

Emigration: 28 Apr 1898, SS Kaiser Wilhelm II from Genoa, Italy, Ellis Island, New York

Occupation: Fabric cutter

Notes for CAROLINA SERRA:

Marriage Certificate number 6716, State of New York, March 4, 1911, shows both bride and groom lived in Long Island City, New York, at the time of their marriage. Witnesses were Pietro Serra (her cousin) and Delfa Barbi (her sister_in_law).

Elizabeth Bocari is the wife's name and Daniel Serra is the husband's name as recorded in Kenneth Barbi's "Baby's Milestones Birth to Seven Years" compiled by Margaret Barbi. The Marriage Certificate State of New York number 6716, March 4, 1911, for Antonio Barbi and Carolina Serra shows Carolina's parents as Seradona Serra and Elisa Mocari. The Death Certificate State of New York number 25374, April 9, 1944, for Caroline Barbi shows father's name as Daniel Serra and mother's name as Elizabeth Bocari. Date of death was April 8, 1944, date of birth was February ?, 1890, and Caroline was hospitalized at Central Islip State Hospital for 12 years 6 months and 26 days, that is, she entered the hospital in September, 1932.

More About CAROLINA SERRA:

Burial: 12 Apr 1944, Flushing Cemetery, Flushing, New York, Section KPC Grave 5085, along with Antonio Barbi (Husband), and Daniel Barbi (Son)

Cause of Death: Arteriosclerosis

Emigration: 1901, Ellis Island, New York

Medical Information: She also suffered from demential praeccx paranoia for over 13 years

Occupation: Cigar Maker

More About ANTONIO BARBI and CAROLINA SERRA:

Marriage: 04 Mar 1911, City Hall, Manhattan, New York

 

Children of ANTONIO BARBI and CAROLINA SERRA are:

9. i. MARIO ALFREDO3 BARBI, b. 05 Mar 1912, 105 Graham Avenue, Long Island City, New York; d. 06 Apr 1983, 141_07 73 Avenue, Flushing, New York.

Inez Barbi in 1935

10. ii. INEZ BARBI, b. 09 Sep 1913, New York; d. Jun 1983, Florida.

iii. DANIEL BARBI, b. 1920; d. 20 Feb 1985, 300 E. 59th Street, New York, NY.

Notes for DANIEL BARBI:

Daniel Barbi lived at 98_26 64th Avenue, Forest Hills, New York, between 1955_1965 according to the New York Telephone Books of the times.

More About DANIEL BARBI:

Burial: 27 Mar 1985, Cremated Remains in Flushing Cemetery, Flushing, New York, Section KPC Grave 5085, along with Antonio Barbi (Father), and Carolina Barbi (Mother)

 

Generation No. 3

4. ROSIE 'ROSA'3 BARBI (FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born 07 Dec 1900 in 227 Sullivan Street, Manhattan, New York, and died Unknown. She married FRANK DESTEFANO. He died Unknown.

Notes for FRANK DESTEFANO:

Margaret Destefano (Aldo Barbi's wife) and Frank Destefano (Rosie Barbi's husband) are brother and sister.

 

Child of ROSIE BARBI and FRANK DESTEFANO is:

i. KATHERINE4 DESTEFANO, b. Private.

 

5. MARIO 'MARIANO'3 BARBI (FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born 04 Apr 1902 in 227 Sullivan Street, Manhattan, New York, and died 03 Mar 1988 in Jackson, New Jersey. He married MILDRED STEWART. She died Unknown.

Notes for MARIO 'MARIANO' BARBI:

Source of death date is SS Death Index. Last benefit paid in 08527 Jackson, Ocean, New Jersey.

 

Children of MARIO BARBI and MILDRED STEWART are:

i. RUTHIE4 BARBI, b. Private.

ii. HELEN BARBI, b. Private.

iii. ELEANOR BARBI, b. Private.

11. iv. MILDRED BARBI, b. 29 Aug 1930, Jersey City, New Jersey; d. 20 Jan 1992, Arneytown, New Jersey.

 

6. ALDO 'ABO'3 BARBI (FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born 13 May 1905, and died Feb 1965. He married MARGARET DESTEFANO. She died Unknown.

Notes for ALDO 'ABO' BARBI:

Birth and death dates obtained from SSN Death Information which is assumed to be related to our Aldo Barbi. No birth record was found in any of the 5 boroughs of NYC for Aldo.

Notes for MARGARET DESTEFANO:

Margaret Destefano (Aldo Barbi's wife) and Frank Destefano (Rosie Barbi's husband) are brother and sister.

 

Children of ALDO BARBI and MARGARET DESTEFANO are:

12. i. FREDERICK ANTHONY4 BARBI, SR., b. 1934, Greenwich Village, New York; d. Dec 2000, East Brunswick, New Jersey.

13. ii. DELFA BARBI, b. Private.

 

7. MARY 'MARIE'3 BARBI (FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born 1908 in Cento, Farrara, Italy, and died 2000. She married SABINO R STAFFA, son of PELLEGRINO STAFFA and ANTOINETTE PEZZUTI. He was born 20 Jul 1907 in Wilkes Barre Ward 13, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, and died 18 Jul 1938.

Notes for MARY 'MARIE' BARBI:

According to the 1915 New York State Census, Delfa Barbi Dunlap's recollection of a story from Mary, and the SS Verona Passenger Ship List arriving in NY on 16 October 1909, Mary was born in Italy. As a matter of interest, the 1910 US Census says Mary was born in the United States in 1908 which is wrong.

Notes for SABINO R STAFFA:

Pellegrino & Antoinette Staffa with their children

http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=32811732_111a_406c_9026_3d6b83efc091&tid=10128395&pid=_463379838

More About SABINO R STAFFA:

Cause of Death: Encephalitis

Residence: 1910, Wilkes Barre Ward 13, Luzerne, Pennsylvania

 

Children of MARY BARBI and SABINO STAFFA are:

14. i. JOSEPH4 STAFFA, b. Private.

15. ii. ROBERT STAFFA, b. 11 Jan 1929, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA; d. 28 May 2000, Toms River, Ocean, New Jersey, United States of America.

 

8. ANNIE3 BARBI (FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born 12 Sep 1910 in Long Island City, New York, and died 2000. She married WALTER DZIEKAN. He died Unknown.

More About ANNIE BARBI:

Baptism: 12 Sep 1910, Our Lady of Pompei, 25 Carmine Street, New York

 

Child of ANNIE BARBI and WALTER DZIEKAN is:

i. WALTER4 DZIEKAN, JR., b. Private.

 

9. MARIO ALFREDO3 BARBI (ANTONIO M.2, MARIANNO1) was born 05 Mar 1912 in 105 Graham Avenue, Long Island City, New York, and died 06 Apr 1983 in 141_07 73 Avenue, Flushing, New York. He married MARGARET VERONICA KOENIG 18 Aug 1935 in St. Sebastians' RC Church, Woodside, Long Island, NY, daughter of FERDINAND KOENIG and MARGARET BEDNARIK. She was born 08 Oct 1913 in Yorkville, Manhattan, NY, and died 06 Mar 2005 in Anne Arundel Medical Center, Annapolis, Maryland.

Mario and Margaret Barbi

Margaret and Mario Barbi in 1935 Wedding Picture

Notes for MARIO ALFREDO BARBI:

Mario Barbi met Margaret Koenig at a movie theater in 1930 when Mario was 18 and Margaret was 17 through mutual friends. They dated for 5 years before they got married in 1935. After they married, they moved in with Mario's father (Antonio) and brother (Daniel) at 147_16 15th Drive, Whitestone, New York, and lived their for 1 or 2 years before moving into an apartment in Kew Gardens, New York. Mario's mother Carolina had been committed to an asylum prior to 1935 [actually September 1932 according to Caroline Barbi's death certificate] and did not live in Whitestone at the time. Caroline was put into the asylum because her son, Daniel, was gay, and she couldn't cope with it. In 1939, Mario and Margaret moved to 141_07 73 Avenue, Flushing, New York.

Source: Margaret Barbi, February 2001, and May 2001.

After WW 2, Mario worked for John Hancock Insurance Company until his retirement. On the wedding announcement, Mario's middle name is written as Albert. On his Birth Certificate number 1603 State of New York, the birth date is shown as March 6, 1912. Mario always celebrated his birth day on March 6th. On Mario's Baptismal and death certificate his birthday is shown as March 5, 1912. No record at 105 Graham Avenue (where Mario A. Barbi was born in 1912) in 1915 New York Census of any Barbi family living there__page that applies is Block X ED 20, Page 8. See note under Antonio Barbi showing Antonio, Carolina, Mario, and Eunice [Inez] living at 72 Camelia, Astoria, New York, in 1920 US Federal Census. On back of Mario's Baptismal Certificate is the address 147_16 15th Drive, Whitestone, New York, where it is presumed he lived in the 1930's prior to his marriage to Margaret. No record in the 1925 New York Census, of any Barbi family living at 147_16 15th Drive, Whitestone, New York.

More About MARIO ALFREDO BARBI:

Baptism: 06 Oct 1912, Missione di S. Carlo Boromeo 210_214 Bleecker Street, New York

Burial: 09 Apr 1983, Flushing Cemetery, Flushing, New York, Section 31 Grave 2229

Notes for MARGARET VERONICA KOENIG:

Margaret Koenig was born at home on East 10th Street in 1913, and went to the New York Eye and Ear Hospital for care after her birth to have her tonsils removed after her birth. By 1918, her family had moved to 304 East 92nd Street. Baptismal Certificate and derived Birth Certificate number 28828 State of New York show birth date of October 8, 1913. Margaret assures her birth date is really October 12, 1913, which she has always celebrated. Margaret attended Julia Richman High School (an all_girls school then) on 68th Street and 1st Avenue. Margaret lived on 92nd Street in Yorkville. For 5 cents she could take the subway to get to school. Sometime she'd save her nickel to buy ice cream by walking home.

In the early 1930's Margaret earned $18 per week as a stenographer (typing/shorthand) for a male boss in downtown Brooklyn for the Lester Piano Company. Lester Piano was a Pennsylvania firm that had stores on the East coast. This money helped her family during the hard times of the Depression.

Mario A. Barbi in 1982

In 1939, Margaret moved into her current home at 141_07 73 Avenue, Flushing, New York, also known as Kew Garden Hills, New York. She then worked for Wheeler Shipbuilding in Whitestone, NY, during WW 2, as a secretary. Wheeler Shipbuilding made PT boats. In the early 1940's, Margaret went to work for the Overhead Door Company for a short time. Then her brother, William Koenig, got her a job at Sperry Gyroscope Company in Garden City, Long Island, which built analog computer_controlled bomb sights and ariborne radar systems. Until her retirement in 1978, she was an executive secretary for a number of insurance companies in New York City.

When her son, Kenneth, was born in 1945, she left work to raise him. Her husband, Mario, had been drafted in to the Army where he was assigned to the Signal Corps. Because Margaret had a blood clot during her pregnancy, Doctor Goldstein (attending physician) asked the Red Cross to curtail Mario's assignment to California en route to the Pacific war zone. Mario was assigned to Fort Dix, New Jersey, for the duration of WW 2.

This information was provided orally by Margaret Barbi to Kenneth Barbi on July 24, 2000.

More About MARGARET VERONICA KOENIG:

Baptism: 16 Nov 1913, St. Stephen of Hungary Church, 414 East 82nd Street, New York

Burial: Unknown, Flushing Cemetery, Flushing, New York, Section 31 Grave 2229

Cause of Death: Acute arterial insufficiency left leg, acute renal failure, and atrial fib

Kenneth and Susan Barbi

Susan and Kenneth Barbi in 1994

More About MARIO BARBI and MARGARET KOENIG:

Marriage: 18 Aug 1935, St. Sebastians' RC Church, Woodside, Long Island, NY

 

Child of MARIO BARBI and MARGARET KOENIG is:

i. COLONEL, USAF KENNETH WAYNE4 BARBI, b. Private; m. COLONEL, USAF, NC SUSAN JEAN FAY, Private; b. Private.

More About KENNETH BARBI and SUSAN FAY:

Private_Begin: Private

 

10. INEZ3 BARBI (ANTONIO M.2, MARIANNO1) was born 09 Sep 1913 in New York, and died Jun 1983 in Florida. She married JOHN LEWIS 'JACK' NEWTON II, son of JOHN LEWIS NEWTON I. He was born 1910 in New York City, New York, and died Unknown.

Notes for INEZ BARBI:

Birth/Death information from SS index

 

Children of INEZ BARBI and JOHN NEWTON are:

i. CHRISTOPHER4 NEWTON, b. Private; m. LINDA MARSHA PUPOS, Private; b. Private.

More About CHRISTOPHER NEWTON and LINDA PUPOS:

Private_Begin: Private

ii. INEZ NEWTON, b. Private; m. (1) JACK UNKNOWN, Private; b. Private; m. (2) UNKNOWN ANDERSEN, Private; b. Private; m. (3) WILLIAM 'BILL' LECHMANSKI, Private; b. Private.

More About JACK UNKNOWN and INEZ NEWTON:

Private_Begin: Private

More About UNKNOWN ANDERSEN and INEZ NEWTON:

Private_Begin: Private

More About WILLIAM LECHMANSKI and INEZ NEWTON:

Private_Begin: Private

iii. JOHN LEWIS 'JACK' NEWTON III, b. 1944; d. 2005.

Notes for JOHN LEWIS 'JACK' NEWTON III:

In 1984 I visited Jack in San Francisco when he was married to Peggy. They divorced. He was a mechanical engineer for the city of San Francisco and in the late 1990's developed an undiagnosed virus that caused his heart to fail. He had a heart transplant and lived for 6 more years. Source: Inez Lechmanski December 2009.

 

Generation No. 4

11. MILDRED4 BARBI (MARIO 'MARIANO'3, FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born 29 Aug 1930 in Jersey City, New Jersey, and died 20 Jan 1992 in Arneytown, New Jersey. She married PAUL TAGLIARINE, son of SALVATORE TAGLIARINE and CARMELA DAMICO. He was born 01 Jul 1919 in Jersey City, New Jersey, and died 02 Dec 2002 in Carteret, New Jersey.

 

Children of MILDRED BARBI and PAUL TAGLIARINE are:

i. BOY 15 TAGLIARINE, b. Private.

ii. BOY 2 TAGLIARINE, b. Private.

iii. GIRL 1 TAGLIARINE, b. Private.

iv. GIRL 2 TAGLIARINE, b. Private.

v. GIRL 3 TAGLIARINE, b. Private.

 

12. FREDERICK ANTHONY4 BARBI, SR. (ALDO 'ABO'3, FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born 1934 in Greenwich Village, New York, and died Dec 2000 in East Brunswick, New Jersey. He married (1) DELORES MROCZEK Private. She was born Private. He married (2) LOIS ZECCA Private. She was born Private.

Notes for FREDERICK ANTHONY BARBI, SR.:

Frederick Barbi, Sr., worked for Muller's Macaroni as a machinist for 35 years before his retirement. He lived on Spring and Sullivan Streets when he met his wife Lois who lived on Sullivan Street. Their families knew each other. Source: Melissa Ann Barbi March 18, 2001.

More About FREDERICK BARBI and DELORES MROCZEK:

Private_Begin: Private

More About FREDERICK BARBI and LOIS ZECCA:

Private_Begin: Private

 

Children of FREDERICK BARBI and LOIS ZECCA are:

16. i. FREDERICK5 BARBI, JR., b. Private.

ii. MELISSA ANN BARBI, b. Private.

 

13. DELFA4 BARBI (ALDO 'ABO'3, FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born Private. She married BRIAN DUNLAP Private. He was born 1940, and died Bef. 2000.

Notes for BRIAN DUNLAP:

Lived in Madison, Wisconsin, USA, prior to his death.

More About BRIAN DUNLAP and DELFA BARBI:

Private_Begin: Private

 

Children of DELFA BARBI and BRIAN DUNLAP are:

i. SABRINA5 DUNLAP, b. Private; m. ROLFE HANSON, Private; b. Private.

More About ROLFE HANSON and SABRINA DUNLAP:

Private_Begin: Private

17. ii. BRAD DUNLAP, b. Private.

 

14. JOSEPH4 STAFFA (MARY 'MARIE'3 BARBI, FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born Private. He married JUNE UNKNOWN Private. She was born Private.

More About JOSEPH STAFFA and JUNE UNKNOWN:

Private_Begin: Private

 

Children of JOSEPH STAFFA and JUNE UNKNOWN are:

i. GAIL5 STAFFA, b. Private.

ii. EDDIE STAFFA, b. Private.

iii. ANOTHER STAFFA, b. Private.

 

15. ROBERT4 STAFFA (MARY 'MARIE'3 BARBI, FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born 11 Jan 1929 in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA, and died 28 May 2000 in Toms River, Ocean, New Jersey, United States of America. He married GERALDINE 'GERRY' UNKNOWN Private. She was born Private.

Notes for ROBERT STAFFA:

When Bob retired, he and Gerry moved to Toms River, NY, along with Robert and David. Jane and her husband also moved to Toms River, NJ. Source: Walter Dziekan letter of October 30, 2009

Birth and death information from Richard Stauff Family tree. November 3, 2009

 

More About ROBERT STAFFA and GERALDINE UNKNOWN:

Private_Begin: Private

 

Children of ROBERT STAFFA and GERALDINE UNKNOWN are:

i. JANE5 STAFFA, b. Private; m. EDWARD 'ED' RUTH, Private; b. Private.

More About EDWARD RUTH and JANE STAFFA:

Private_Begin: Private

ii. ROBERT STAFFA, b. Private.

iii. DAVID STAFFA, b. Private.

 

Generation No. 5

16. FREDERICK5 BARBI, JR. (FREDERICK ANTHONY4, ALDO 'ABO'3, FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born Private. He married VERONICA UNKNOWN Private. She was born Private.

More About FREDERICK BARBI and VERONICA UNKNOWN:

Private_Begin: Private

 

Child of FREDERICK BARBI and VERONICA UNKNOWN is:

i. JOSEPH6 BARBI, b. Private.

 

17. BRAD5 DUNLAP (DELFA4 BARBI, ALDO 'ABO'3, FREDERICK 'FEDERICO'2, MARIANNO1) was born Private. He married NICOLE TESCH Private. She was born Private.

More About BRAD DUNLAP and NICOLE TESCH:

Private_Begin: Private

 

Child of BRAD DUNLAP and NICOLE TESCH is:

i. TREVOR6 DUNLAP, b. Private.

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