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Pasquale Caldiero

Pasquale Caldiero

Male 1875 - 1917  (41 years)

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  • Name Pasquale Caldiero  [1
    Relationshipwith Thomas Clark
    Born 10 Jan 1875  San Valentino, Salerno, Campania, Italy Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Birth 10 Jan 1875  San Valentino, Salerno, Campania, Italy Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • according to gravestone
    Died 1917  Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Cheektowaga, Erie Co., New York Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Buried Cheektowaga, Erie Co., New York Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Notes 
    • The first migration record that matches Pasquale’s brother Alphonse’s age is in 1901, aboard the “S.S. Patria,” arriving in NYC from Naples on 25 June 1901. He was 18, and Alphonse would have turned 19 that year. He was unmarried, but was from S. Valentino. The key here is that he has a relation listed, “Pasquale” Caldieri.

      In 1907, Alphonse Caldiero, arriving from Naples aboard the “Neckar” on 1 June, is from S. Valentino and traveling to Buffalo. He says that his brother Pasquale lives there. (There is another record of an Alfonso Caldiero arriving on the Roma from Naples on 21 April 1907, but this entry is lined out, with no data, so perhaps this is an error.)

      The year 1909 shows a Pasquale Caldiero immigrating from Naples on 7 Aug. aboard the Principe of Piemonte. He is from Valentino, and is married (to Lena Palamonty?), and is heading for Jersey City. In 1910 a Vincenzo Caldieri from S. Valentino immigrated on the “S.S. Venezia” from Naples on 26 April. He was going to Brooklyn, and married to Luisa Guisa.

      A more likely possibility is in 1911. Pasquale Caldieri, from S. Valentino, arrived on the “Duca Degli Abruzzi” from Naples on 22 November. He was a barber, traveling to Buffalo, and his father’s name was Carmine.

      No Pasquale seems to appear in the 1910 U.S. or 1915 N.Y. State censuses. A Pasquale Caldiero does appear, however, buried in Cheektowaga, born in 1875, who died in 1917.

      This Pasquale, then, is likely to be the father of the two children, Mary and Carmine, who were taken in by the family. Family history says that two cousins of Alphonse’s children were taken in because their parents had died; one was sent to one house, and one to another. In 1930 Mary and Carmine appear with this family; if this pair is them, maybe they had started to live together again by then.
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    • The first migration record that matches Pasquale’s brother Alphonse’s age is in 1901, aboard the “S.S. Patria,” arriving in NYC from Naples on 25 June 1901. He was 18, and Alphonse would have turned 19 that year. He was unmarried, but was from S. Valentino. The key here is that he has a relation listed, “Pasquale” Caldieri.

      In 1907, Alphonse Caldiero, arriving from Naples aboard the “Neckar” on 1 June, is from S. Valentino and traveling to Buffalo. He says that his brother Pasquale lives there. (There is another record of an Alfonso Caldiero arriving on the Roma from Naples on 21 April 1907, but this entry is lined out, with no data, so perhaps this is an error.)

      The year 1909 shows a Pasquale Caldiero immigrating from Naples on 7 Aug. aboard the Principe of Piemonte. He is from Valentino, and is married (to Lena Palamonty?), and is heading for Jersey City. In 1910 a Vincenzo Caldieri from S. Valentino immigrated on the “S.S. Venezia” from Naples on 26 April. He was going to Brooklyn, and married to Luisa Guisa.

      A more likely possibility is in 1911. Pasquale Caldieri, from S. Valentino, arrived on the “Duca Degli Abruzzi” from Naples on 22 November. He was a barber, traveling to Buffalo, and his father’s name was Carmine.

      No Pasquale seems to appear in the 1910 U.S. or 1915 N.Y. State censuses. A Pasquale Caldiero does appear, however, buried in Cheektowaga, born in 1875, who died in 1917.

      This Pasquale, then, is likely to be the father of the two children, Mary and Carmine, who were taken in by the family. Family history says that two cousins of Alphonse’s children were taken in because their parents had died; one was sent to one house, and one to another. In 1930 Mary and Carmine appear with this family; if this pair is them, maybe they had started to live together again by then. [2, 3]
    Person ID I342  BisantzCaldiero
    Last Modified 21 Nov 2018 

    Father Carmine Caldiero
              d. Yes, date unknown 
    Mother Maria Schiavone
              d. Yes, date unknown 
    Family ID F482    |  Family Chart

    Children 
     1. Mary R. Caldiero
              b. 13 Nov 1912, Buffalo, Erie Co., New York Find all individuals with events at this location
              d. 30 Aug 1992, Buffalo, Erie Co., New York Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years)
     2. Carmine Caldiero
              b. Abt 1914
    Last Modified 10 Dec 2018 
    Family ID F483    |  Family Chart

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  • Reference  Your Name Here. "Pasquale Caldiero". Pitard.net - Buffalo Families. https://buffalo.pitard.net/getperson.php?personID=I342&tree=caldiero1 (accessed December 15, 2018).

  • Sources 
    1. [S172] U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current. Ancestry.com Operations, Inc..
    2. [S1] Ellis Island Foundation. Ellis Island On-line.
    3. [S12] awesome findagrave contributors. findagrave.com. http:&|;&|;www.findagrave.com&|;cgi-bin&|;fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=157625365.