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|Birth*||circa 1874||Casino, Catanzaro, Calabria, Italy, 39.271667,16.769167G|
|Occupation*||circa 1914||Farm Laborer|
|Description*||20 February 1914||Height: 5' 1", Complexion: natural, Hair: chestnut, Eyes: chestnut2,3|
|(Witness) Psgr List||20 February 1914||Tommaso Girimonte; Port of Naples, Napoli, Napoli, Campania, Italy, 40.835556,14.285278G; Ship: Stampalia, Line: La Veloce Line2|
|(Witness) Immigration||7 March 1914||Tommaso Girimonte; Ellis Island, New York, New York, New York, USA2|
|(Witness) Residence||after 7 March 1914||Tommaso Girimonte; Francesco Girimonte, Box 125, Boomer, Fayette, West Virginia, USA; House of Brother2,3|
|Occupation||2 February 1920||Englewood, Siskiyou, California, USA; Laborer, Planing Mill4|
|(Witness) Census||2 February 1920||Francesco Girimonte, Maria Francesca Chiarello; 379 Park Street, Englewood, Siskiyou, California, USA4|
|Found in Census||Census Index|
|Last Edited||30 Jul 2009|
- [S143] James A. Gerimonte (#3021), e-mail message from e-mail address to William Joseph Girimonti III. Hereinafter cited as "James A. Gerimonte (#3021)."
- [S66] Ship Passenger Manifest, National Archives and Records Administration.
- [S109] LDS Microfilm.
- [S177] U.S. Federal Census (1920), SD 2, ED 122, Sh 17B.
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