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|Father||Domenicantonio Lacalamita b. 4 Apr 1857, d. 13 Nov 1929|
|Mother||Maria Filippa Zencola b. 18 Feb 1861, d. 16 Jan 1922|
|Relationships||Great-grandfather of William Joseph Girimonti III|
Great-grandfather of Daniel Lux
|Caterina Losquadro b. 4 Jan 1899, d. 14 Jul 1982|
|Children||1.||Dominic Anthony LaCalamito+10 b. 25 May 1920, d. 1 Apr 1979|
|2.||William Joseph LaCalamito b. 1922, d. 21 Jan 1945|
|3.||Frank LaCalamito b. 6 Oct 1923, d. 9 Aug 2004|
|4.||Maria LaCalamita+ b. 7 Apr 1925, d. 24 Jun 2004|
|6.||Gerard LaCalamito+ b. 10 Sep 1928, d. 16 Jul 2007|
|7.||John LaCalamito b. c Jan 1930|
|8.||Vincenzo LaCalamito Sr.+ b. 18 Sep 1931, d. 16 Feb 2006|
|Found in Census||Census Index|
|Charts||Pedigree Chart - William Joseph Girimonti (#1)|
|Last Edited||25 Sep 2017|
- [S547] Birth Record, Municipio di Altamura (BA), Ufficio Dello Stato Civile, Altamura, Bari, Puglia, Italy.
- [S178] U.S. Federal Census (1930).
- [S13] Letter from Maria LaCalamita (Westchester, New York, USA) to William Joseph Girimonti III.
- [S66] Ship Passenger Manifest, National Archives and Records Administration.
- [S254] U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 [database on-line], 2007, Ancestry.com.
- [S176] Military Records, World War I Draft Registration Card (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration). Hereinafter cited as WW I Draft Registration Card.
- [S68] Marriage Record Index of New York City: Certificate #13939, Index, Online, Italian Genealogical Group (http://www.italiangen.org/records-search/grooms.php). Hereinafter cited as Marriage Record Index of New York City.
- [S456] New York State Census (1925), Block 3, ED 4, AD 5, Page 5, Line 1-6.
- [S276] "World War II Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Casualties, 1941-1945"; Ancestry.com; Provo, Utah, USA, Notification of son's death. Hereinafter cited as "World War II Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Casualties."
- [S452] U.S. Federal Census (1940), E.D. 3-592, Sheet 5B, Line 47-56.
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