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Father Giovanni Girimonte b. 2 Dec 1895, d. 7 Dec 1968
Mother Giuseppina Pasculli b. 23 Jun 1899, d. 4 Jun 1991

Frank Girimonti

#1091, b. 21 August 1927, d. 11 December 1980
Reference C8.1(2)1451
Num Child* 4 (2 from each marriage)1 
Num Marr* 21 
SSN* 211-14-25162 
Birth* 21 August 1927 Galloway, Barbour, West Virginia, USA2,3 
(Witness) Census 10 April 1930 Giovanni Girimonte; 1209 Birch Alley, Coraopolis, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA4
(Son) Census 12 April 1940 (Head of Household) John Girimonti, Josephina Girimonti; 1304 First Avenue, Coraopolis, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA, 40.518791,-80.15787G; Rent: $14 / Month5
Address* before 13 September 1945 519 7th Avenue, Coraopolis, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA3 
Milit-Beg* 13 September 1945 N.T.C. Great Lakes, Illinois; U.S. Navy, Service No.: 252-85-932,3
Frank Girimonti (#1091)
Veterans Compensation Application: 28 May 1950
Milit-End* 3 August 1946 2 
Death* 11 December 1980 1,2 
Found in Census Census Index
Served in Military Military Index
Charts C8 - Francesco Girimonte (#5663) (c1754 - 1816)
Last Edited 23 Jan 2016
Immigrated N
Acquainted N
Source N
Census Y
Military Service Y


  1. [S119] Michele Girimonti (#2690), e-mail message from e-mail address to William Joseph Girimonti III. Hereinafter cited as "Michele Girimonti (#2690)."
  2. [S524] Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010. [database on-line].. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry, Inc., 2011. Hereinafter cited as Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File.
  3. [S522] Veteran Compensation Applications, WWII,1950 [database on-line] (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.). Hereinafter cited as Veteran Compensation Applications, WWII,1950.
  4. [S178] U.S. Federal Census (1930).
  5. [S452] U.S. Federal Census (1940), ED 2-106, Sheet 15B, Lines 71-78.

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