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Father Giovanni Girimonte b. 3 Jan 1864, d. b 1938
Mother Teresa Fortino b. 1860, d. c 1954

Antonio Girimonte

#1671, b. circa 1888
Reference F1.275
Description* Height: 5'4"; Complexion: Dark; Hair: Black; Eyes: Black1 
Birth* circa 1888 Santo Stefano di Rogliano, Cosenza, Calabria, Italy, 39.192500,16.318333G1 
Occupation* circa 8 March 1907 Farm laborer1 
Psgr List* 8 March 1907 Napoli, Napoli, Campania, Italy, 40.835556,14.285278G; Ship: Konigin Louise1
Antonio Girimonte (#1671)
Ship Manifest
08 Mar 1907
Immigration* 22 March 1907 Ellis Island, New York, New York, New York, USA1 
Residence* after 22 March 1907 Francesco Girimonte, 1535 Deal Street, Frankford, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; House of Brother1 
Witness: Francesco Girimonte
Military* between 1914 and 1919 Missing in action- World War I 


Child  1. Eugenio Girimonte+2
Served in Military Military Index
Immigrant Immigration Index
Charts F1 - Giuseppe Antonio Gerimonte (#3365) (c1797 - 1848)
Last Edited 16 Nov 2009
Immigrated Y
Acquainted N
Source N
Census N
Military Service Y


  1. [S66] Ship Passenger Manifest, National Archives and Records Administration.
  2. [S194] Letter from Maria Girimonte to William Joseph Girimonti III.

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