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NicolaAbateNick Abbate1889PaduliOyster Bay, NYFebruary 10, 1919348th Infantry87thNicola Abate (alias Nick Abbate) was born in the village of Paduli in or about 1889 to Giovannantonio and Maria Festa. Emigrated to America he settled in Oyster Bay, NY where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3201865 and he was assigned to the 348th Infantry, Company F as part of the 87th Division. He died of Influenza on February 10, 1919 in France and his death was notified to his brother Angelo (Charlie) in Oyster Bay, NY; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. At the time of the 1917 draft he was employed by Daniel Kraft, a local contractor and builder. Two other brothers (Michelangelo and Lodovico) settled in Oyster Bay
PasqualeAbbate1894San PriscoNew York City, NYSeptember 29, 1918305th Infantry77thPasquale Abbate was born in the village of San Prisco in or about 1894 to Giovanni and Rosa Casertano. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Third Avenue Railway Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1734673 and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company D as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 and his death was notified to his sister Matrona in New York City; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoAbbiento1895Altavilla SilentinaBoston, MAAugust 18, 1918305th Infantry77thDomenico Abbiento was born in the village of Altavilla Silentina in or about 1895 to Francesco and Antonia Abbiento. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Boston, MA where he worked as Farmer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company A as part of the 77th Division. He died of Disease on August 18, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his uncle Michele Verrone in East Boston . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. At the time of the 1917 draft he was employed in the estate of F. Allen in Milton, New Hampshire
AntonioAbboni1892RapalloDetroit, MIFebruary 05, 1918107th Supply Train32ndAntonio Abboni was born in the village of Rapallo in or about 1892 to Andrea Abboni. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Detroit, MI where he worked as Store Keeper. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 107th Supply Train, Company B as part of the 32nd Division. He died in the Sinking of the Tuscania on February 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. At the time of the 1917 draft he was working in the store of Salvatore Arditto who was also the administrator of his estate after his death.
AngeloAbruzzeseAngelo Abbruzzoso1893AcriNew York City, NYNovember 07, 1917327th Infantry82ndAngelo Abruzzese (alias Angelo Abbruzzoso ) was born in the village of Acri in or about 1893 to Luigi Abruzzese . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Joiner for the Joy Gem Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company M as part of the 82nd Division. He died of Cerebral Hemorrhage on November 07, 1917 in the United States and his death was notified to his brother Salvatore in New York City and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Vito NicolaAbruzzeseVito Nicola Abbruzzesi1888NoicattaroNew York City, NYOctober 04, 19185th Trench Mortar Battery5thVito Nicola Abruzzese (alias Vito Nicola Abbruzzesi ) was born in the village of Noicattaro in or about 1888 to Paolo and Rosa Mastrogiacomo. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Tailor. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3594413 and he was assigned to the 5th Trench Mortar Battery, Battery B as part of the 5th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 04, 1918 in France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreAccardi1895DeliaAtlantic City, NJNovember 10, 1918312th Mobile Vet SectionSalvatore Accardi was born in the village of Delia in or about 1895 to Giuseppe Accardi. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Atlantic City, NJ where he worked as Cook for the Granmore Hotel. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2963715 and he was assigned to the 312th Mobile Vet Section, . He died of Lobar Pneumonia on November 10, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VitoAccardi1886Santa NinfaNew York City, NYNovember 08, 19189th Infantry2ndVito Accardi was born in the village of Santa Ninfa in or about 1886 to Calogero Accardi. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Plaster for the Vincenzo Luciano. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1723599 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company H as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on November 08, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. wife Josephine
GaspareAccardoCaspare Accardo1899Gary, INOctober 13, 191881st Field ArtilleryGaspare Accardo (alias Caspare Accardo) was bornin or about 1899. Emigrated to America he settled in Gary, IN. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 81st Field Artillery, Battery B. He died of Pneumonia on October 13, 1918 while in training at Camp Mills, NY ; he is buried in Hillside, IL in the Mount Carmel Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact in Brooklyn (194 Humboldt Street). Picture on grave
FrancescoAccurso1895AlcamoNew York City, NYSeptember 30, 19184th Infantry Replacement RegimentFrancesco Accurso was born in the village of Alcamo in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Brooklyn Union Gas Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4879835 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry Replacement Regiment, Company E. He died of Pneumonia on September 30, 1918 in the United States and his death was notified to his sister Provvidenza in Sicily; he is buried in Queens, NY in the Saint John Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Possible date of birth March 4, 1895 in Alcamo.
PietroAcone1895Ogliastro CilentoFairbank, PASeptember 30, 1918327th Infantry82ndPietro Acone was born in the village of Ogliastro Cilento in or about 1895 to Giuseppe and Carmela Divizia. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Fairbank, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1906537 and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company E as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on September 30, 1918 near Carennes and his death was notified to his father in New Salem; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiAdamoLuigi Adams1890San Nicola dell'AltoPittsburgh, PAOctober 14, 191860th Infantry5thLuigi Adamo (alias Luigi Adams ) was born in the village of San Nicola dell'Alto in or about 1890 to Francesco and Francesca Olivero. Emigrated to America he settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Laborer for the The Ohio Fuel & Gas Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3628783 and he was assigned to the 60th Infantry, Company C as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 14, 1918 during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his brother Giuseppe (Joe) in Pittsburgh; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MatteoAdamoli1895Esino InferioreSurf, CASeptember 29, 1918362nd Infantry91stMatteo Adamoli was born in the village of Esino Inferiore in or about 1895 to Pietro Adamoli. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Surf, CA where he worked as Farmer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2260336 and he was assigned to the 362nd Infantry, Company F as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 in the attack on Gesnes and his death was notified to his brother Carlo in Guadalupe, CA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised at Camp Lewis, WA under provisions of the Congress Act on foreign soldiers.
FrancescoAddante1896TriggianoChicago, ILSeptember 26, 1918332nd Machine Gun Battalion86thFrancesco Addante was born in the village of Triggiano in or about 1896 to Luciano and Annamaria Massaro. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the American Bread Mapper Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2062000 and he was assigned to the 332nd Machine Gun Battalion, Company A as part of the 86th Division. He died of Pneumonia on September 26, 1918 in England ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoAddante1897TriggianoChicago, ILOctober 15, 1918V Corps Artillery ParkVincenzo Addante was born in the village of Triggiano in or about 1897 to Vitonicola and Francesca Addante. Emigrated to America he settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the Chicago Northwestern Railroad. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4247465 and he was assigned to the V Corps Artillery Park, . He died of Pneumonia on October 15, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
TinderoAddeoTindero Addio1887MontagnarealeReading, PAOctober 22, 1918147th Infantry37thTindero Addeo (alias Tindero Addio ) was born in the village of Montagnareale in or about 1887 to Carmelo Addeo . He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Reading, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Fritz Esham. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1240791 and he was assigned to the 147th Infantry, Company H as part of the 37th Division. He died during a gas attack on October 22, 1918 during the operations in the Aire Sector; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was originally buried in Toul, France.
DanteAdorni1889ColornoNew Hyde Park, NYOctober 29, 1918108th Infantry27thDante Adorni was born in the village of Colorno in or about 1889. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New Hyde Park, NY where he worked as Mechanic for the Central Park Garage. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2450052 and he was assigned to the 108th Infantry, Company I as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 29, 1918 and his death was notified to his employer George Malvese in Long Island and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoAdragna1895AlcamoBrooklyn, NYSeptember 29, 1918108th Infantry27thFrancesco Adragna was born in the village of Alcamo in or about 1895 to Antonino and Francesca Adragna. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Brooklyn, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Brooklyn with serial number 1213951 and he was assigned to the 108th Infantry, Company C as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 in the vicinity of Bony on the Hindenburgh line and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Photo from illustrated roster 108
PasqualeAfilaniPasquale Afiliano1894PiglioPhiladelphia, PANovember 02, 1918104th Infantry26thPasquale Afilani (alias Pasquale Afiliano ) was born in the village of Piglio in or about 1894 to Domenico and Matilda Moro. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Philadelphia, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 275574 and he was assigned to the 104th Infantry, Company M as part of the 26th Division. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on November 02, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his brother Vincenzo in Philadelphia; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngeloAgazzone1893BorgognoCenterville, IAOctober 03, 19189th Infantry2ndAngelo Agazzone was born in the village of Borgogno in or about 1893 to Paolo Agazzone. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Centerville, IA where he worked as Coal Miner for the Carbon Block Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company A as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PietroAggi1891Consiglio di RumoDuncans Mills, CANovember 12, 1918135th Machine Gun Battalion37thPietro Aggi was born in the village of Consiglio di Rumo in or about 1891 to Antonio and Catterina Basella. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Duncans Mills, CA where he worked as Woodsman for the Union Lumber Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 135th Machine Gun Battalion, Company A as part of the 37th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 12, 1918 in Belgium . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised at Camp Merritt, NJ under the provisions of the Congress act on foreign soldiers
SilvioAghina1894TorinoNew Rochelle, NYOctober 06, 1918305th Infantry77thSilvio Aghina was born in the village of Torino in or about 1894 to Giuseppe Aghina. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New Rochelle, NY where he worked as Carpenter for the Josh Walter. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1697758 and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company F as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. sister Lena Formara, St. John Place, New Rochelle
LuigiAgnocco1887RoccagorgaJohnsville, NYOctober 02, 19183rd Infantry Replacement & TrainingLuigi Agnocco was born in the village of Roccagorga in or about 1887. Emigrated to America he settled in Johnsville, NY where he worked as Spinner for the Phoenix Knit Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4565615 and he was assigned to the 3rd Infantry Replacement & Training, Company I. He died of Pneumonia on October 02, 1918 while in training at Camp Gordon, GA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Cousin Francesco Mancini
LeoneAgostino1892SinagraEast Chicago, INAugust 09, 191816th Infantry1stLeone Agostino was born in the village of Sinagra in or about 1892 to Calogero Agostino. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in East Chicago, IN where he worked as Press Boy for the Republic Steel Iron Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1565620 and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company B as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on August 09, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Marianna Giaimo. Enlisted in April 1917
RaffaeleAgresta1892ValsinniUnion Hill, NJSeptember 27, 1918310th Infantry78thRaffaele Agresta was born in the village of Valsinni in or about 1892 to Clemente and Maria Giuseppa Olivieri. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Union Hill, NJ where he worked as Barber. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2410247 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company B as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Antonio in West New York, NJ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SaverioAgrilloSam Agrillo1891Reggio CalabriaNew York City, NYFebruary 13, 191951st PioneerSaverio Agrillo (alias Sam Agrillo) was born in the village of Reggio Calabria in or about 1891 to Santo (Sam) and Maria Federico. He emigrated to America in 1902 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Piano Maker for the Lederman Piano Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3189732 and he was assigned to the 51st Pioneer , Company F. He died of Pneumonia on February 13, 1919 in France ; he is buried in Long Island, NY in the Calvary Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
BartolomeoAiutoBartholomeo Aiuto1881San Vito lo CapoPittsburgh, PAJune 21, 19187th Infantry3rdBartolomeo Aiuto (alias Bartholomeo Aiuto) was born in the village of San Vito lo Capo in or about 1881 to Rosario and Antonina Catalano. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Pittsburgh, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on November 1917 in Columbus Barracks, OH with serial number 540648 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company A as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on June 21, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Antonino in Detroit; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
ThomasAlaimo1887Valguarnera CarapepeRochester, NYOctober 11, 1918327th Infantry82ndThomas Alaimo was born in the village of Valguarnera Carapepe in or about 1887 to Alfonso and Francesca Alaimo. Emigrated to America he settled in Rochester, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1907587 and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company I as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 11, 1918 ; he is buried in Valguarnera and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was killed by machine gun fire.
PasqualeAlbanese1893CisterninoUtica, NYNovember 05, 1918310th Infantry78thPasquale Albanese was born in the village of Cisternino in or about 1893 to Francesco and Anna Albanese. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Utica, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Trenton Falls Hydroelectric Station. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1762377 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company D as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He died of his wounds received in action near St. Juvin on October 18.
GiuseppeAlberelliGiuseppe Aberalle1894Bafia di CastrorealeAlbany, NYAugust 17, 19187th Engineers5thGiuseppe Alberelli (alias Giuseppe Aberalle ) was born in the village of Bafia di Castroreale in or about 1894 to Angela Furri. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Albany, NY where he worked as Farmer being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 913985 and he was assigned to the 7th Engineers, Company A as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 17, 1918 during the Frapelle Operation; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AbramoAlbericciAbramo Alberici1890BagnoneCamino, CAOctober 13, 191830th Infantry3rdAbramo Albericci (alias Abramo Alberici ) was born in the village of Bagnone in or about 1890 to Giovannni Albericci . He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Camino, CA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company L as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 13, 1918 in the vicinity of Bois de Cunel ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalized in California, brother Erbellino in Camino
VincenzoAlboVincenzo Albi1891GrimaldiHelper, UTOctober 04, 1918109th Infantry28thVincenzo Albo (alias Vincenzo Albi ) was born in the village of Grimaldi in or about 1891 to Antonio Albo . He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Helper, UT where he started his own business as Merchant. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3128097 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company M as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 04, 1918 and his death was notified to his uncle Peter Albi in Denver, CO; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoAlcarese1895CefalùBaltimore, MDOctober 14, 19181 Dev BattalionDomenico Alcarese was born in the village of Cefalù in or about 1895 to Eleodoro Alcarese. He emigrated to America in 1899 and settled in Baltimore, MD where he worked as Chaffeur. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 1 Dev Battalion, . He died of Pneumonia on October 14, 1918 ; he is buried in Baltimore, MD in the Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Son of Rosaria Maggio, brother of Alfonso. In 1900 census the family becomes John - Sarah - Alphonso - Dominick
GiuseppeAlesciJoe Alesci1890CassaroPax, WVOctober 12, 1918317th Infantry80thGiuseppe Alesci (alias Joe Alesci) was born in the village of Cassaro in or about 1890 to Giovanni Alesci. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Pax, WV where he worked as Miner for the New River & Pochaontas Consolidated Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2471969 and he was assigned to the 317th Infantry, Company K as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
OrazioAlesci1896Castroreale BagniManchester, CTAugust 07, 191839th Infantry4thOrazio Alesci was born in the village of Castroreale Bagni in or about 1896. Emigrated to America he settled in Manchester, CT where he worked as Helper in paper mill for the Rogers Paper Mfg. Company. He volunteered in the American Army on March 1918 in Camp Greene, NC with serial number 573254 and he was assigned to the 39th Infantry, Company C as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 07, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He married Rosa Nicolini in 1916, who was notified of his death. He had two kids: Josephine e Orazio (born after his death). He was killed during an air raid.
FrancescoAlfanoFrank Alfano1895PoggiorealeFort Smith, AROctober 20, 1918127th Infantry32ndFrancesco Alfano (alias Frank Alfano) was born in the village of Poggioreale in or about 1895 to Giuseppe Alfano. Emigrated to America he settled in Fort Smith, AR where he worked as Waiter for the Ideal Lunch room. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 127th Infantry, Company M as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 20, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother Giuseppe (Joe)
AntonioAlfonsiAntonio Alfonso1892Roccafluvione (Bovecchio)Colver, PAOctober 13, 191830th Infantry3rdAntonio Alfonsi (alias Antonio Alfonso ) was born in the village of Roccafluvione (Bovecchio) in or about 1892 to Celestina Manocchi. Emigrated to America he settled in Colver, PA where he worked as Miner for the Elensburg Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 545238 and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company A as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 13, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother Alfonso Alfonsi
RoccoAli1896Gioiosa IonicaNew York City, NYOctober 06, 1918305th Infantry77thRocco Ali was born in the village of Gioiosa Ionica in or about 1896 to Giuseppe Ali. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in New York City, NY where he started his own business as Contractor. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1698875 and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company F as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. manifest says father Francesco
AntonioAlifano1897LioniJersey City, NJNovember 04, 191811th Infantry5thAntonio Alifano was born in the village of Lioni in or about 1897 to Giovanni and Anna D'Amelio. Emigrated to America he settled in Jersey City, NJ. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 734805 and he was assigned to the 11th Infantry, Company C as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 04, 1918 and his death was notified to his step father Gaetano Alifano in Long Island; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniAliperti1894SiscianoMonongahela, PASeptember 05, 1918110th Infantry28thGiovanni Aliperti was born in the village of Sisciano in or about 1894 to Raffaele Aliperti. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Monongahela, PA where he worked as Mine Worker for the A.S. & W. Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1239454 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company L as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 05, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Killed by sniper fire
GaetanoAliseoTom Aliseo1894AlimenaNew York City, NYSeptember 28, 1918153rd Depot BrigadeGaetano Aliseo (alias Tom Aliseo) was born in the village of Alimena in or about 1894 to Giovanni and Antonina Abate. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4113409 and he was assigned to the 153rd Depot Brigade, Company 36. He died of Pulmonary Tubercolosis on September 28, 1918 while in training at Camp Dix, NJ and his death was notified to his father in New York City; he is buried in Brooklyn, NY in the Cypress Hill National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniAllaria1891San Benigno CanaveseCalumet, MIJuly 22, 191828th Infantry1stGiovanni Allaria was born in the village of San Benigno Canavese in or about 1891 to Giuseppe Allaria. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Calumet, MI where he worked as Miner for the Calumet and Hecla Mining Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 28th Infantry, Company A as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 22, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PietroAloePeter Aloi1896SpadaforaSyracuse, NYOctober 24, 1918312th Infantry78thPietro Aloe (alias Peter Aloi ) was born in the village of Spadafora in or about 1896 to Gaetano Aloe . He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Syracuse, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Warner Guilan Asphalt Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1750301 and he was assigned to the 312th Infantry, Company D as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 24, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Sister Francesca
NicolòAlongi1896PrizziJewell, IAMay 27, 1918168th Infantry42ndNicolò Alongi was born in the village of Prizzi in or about 1896 to Giorgio Alongi. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Jewell, IA where he worked as Waiter for the J.B. O'Connor Restaurant. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 100398 and he was assigned to the 168th Infantry, Company C as part of the 42nd Division. He was Killed in Action on May 27, 1918 in Cantigny ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Could be also born in 1892 and immigrated in 1908 (see census 1910). He died from his wounds at the Evacuation Hospital #2 in Baccarat France having being severely gassed during the drive for Cantigny.
AntoninoAltamoraAntonino Altamore1895GiulianaRidgewood, NYApril 30, 1919QMCAntonino Altamora (alias Antonino Altamore ) was born in the village of Giuliana in or about 1895 to Vincenzo Altamora . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Ridgewood, NY where he worked as Photographer for the Jordan & Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4894790 and he was assigned to the QMC, Company 310 Guard & Fire. He died of Tubercolosis on April 30, 1919 in the United States and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoAltobelli1885SoraLewiston, MEJuly 15, 19186th Engineers3rdFrancesco Altobelli was born in the village of Sora in or about 1885 to Bernardo Altobelli. Emigrated to America he settled in Lewiston, ME. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 158382 and he was assigned to the 6th Engineers, Company C as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EgidioAltomonteGiddio Altimonto1894OrioloFrankfort, NYOctober 27, 191861st Infantry5thEgidio Altomonte (alias Giddio Altimonto ) was born in the village of Oriolo in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Frankfort, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Remington Arms Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2386281 and he was assigned to the 61st Infantry, Company B as part of the 5th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 27, 1918 during the second phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SamuelAluzzo1897Fulton, NYSeptember 26, 191820th Field Artillery5thSamuel Aluzzo was bornin or about 1897 to Domenica P.. Emigrated to America he settled in Fulton, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on November 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 1047385 and he was assigned to the 20th Field Artillery, Battery A as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 and his death was notified to His mother in Fulton, NY; he is buried in Fulton, NY in the Saint Mary's Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His brother Domenico (married with Angelina Cuzzolino) moved to US in 1920 and named his son Sam. On his service card his mother name is mispelled in Tomania Pocopilo and his hometown in Sasosta
AngeloAmatoCharles Amato1892Monte San GiacomoNorth Pelham, NYOctober 03, 1918551 MTCAngelo Amato (alias Charles Amato) was born in the village of Monte San Giacomo in or about 1892 to Matteo Amato. He emigrated to America in 1899 and settled in North Pelham, NY where he worked as Grocery Clerk for the William Gee. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 704476 and he was assigned to the 551 MTC, Company M Trk. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 03, 1918 while in training at Camp Meigs, DC ; he is buried in New Rochelle, NY in the Holy Sepulchre and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. mother Irene
GiovanniAmato1889San Polito SanniticoNew Haven, CTSeptember 22, 1918325th Infantry82ndGiovanni Amato was born in the village of San Polito Sannitico in or about 1889. Emigrated to America he settled in New Haven, CT where he worked as Carpenter. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1899405 and he was assigned to the 325th Infantry, Company I as part of the 82nd Division. He died of Accident on September 22, 1918 and his death was notified to his sister Alfonsina Fidanza in New Haven; he is buried in New Haven, Saint Lawrence Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MatteoAmatoMatthew Amato1898Termini ImereseBrooklyn, NYSeptember 27, 1918106th Infantry27thMatteo Amato (alias Matthew Amato) was born in the village of Termini Imerese in or about 1898 to Giuseppe and Rosina Scarcella. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Book Keeper. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1208049 and he was assigned to the 106th Infantry, Company H as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 ; he is buried in Brooklyn, NY in the Cypress Hill National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. 8646 Bay 13 st Brooklyn - mother Rosina Scarcella
SalvatoreAmatoSam Amato1899AlcamoBrooklyn, NYJune 08, 19189th Infantry2ndSalvatore Amato (alias Sam Amato) was born in the village of Alcamo in or about 1899 to Pietro Amato. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Brooklyn, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 39504 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company G as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on June 08, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Anna Picicchè
MicheleAmatrudaMichele Amatrudi1890AtripaldaNew York City, NYSeptember 16, 191852nd Infantry6thMichele Amatruda (alias Michele Amatrudi ) was born in the village of Atripalda in or about 1890 to Vincenzo and Mansueta Amatruda . He emigrated to America in 1897 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Teamster for the Gallagher Parking Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3184401 and he was assigned to the 52nd Infantry, Company M as part of the 6th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 16, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Mansueta
MicheleAmbroselli1895AusoniaNew York City, NYNovember 10, 1918Med.Dept. Base Hosp. Camp WadsworthMichele Ambroselli was born in the village of Ausonia in or about 1895 to Clino Ambroselli. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the J.H. Brunning. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3344371 and he was assigned to the Med.Dept. Base Hosp. Camp Wadsworth, . He died of Broncho Pneumonia on November 10, 1918 while in training at Camp Wadsworth, SC and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Nicola died the same day, photo on find a grave
GabrieleAmbrosinoGabriel Ambrosino1894Tufino (Risigliano)Seigfried, PASeptember 30, 19184th Infantry3rdGabriele Ambrosino (alias Gabriel Ambrosino) was born in the village of Tufino (Risigliano) in or about 1894 to Pellegrino Ambrosino. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Seigfried, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Bath P.C. Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2337912 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company A as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on September 30, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. On "soldiers of the great war" dies of disease on US Bulletin is Wounded Severely. Notified his father in PA, his brother Frank works with him. Mother Pasqualina Tomeo. Enlisted in November 1917
VincenzoAmellaJames Amella1896San Biagio PlataniGreensburg, PAOctober 20, 19187th Infantry3rdVincenzo Amella (alias James Amella) was born in the village of San Biagio Platani in or about 1896 to Carmelo and Maria Carmela La Granna. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Greensburg, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 542668 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company K as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 20, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FioravanteAmendolaFioravanto Amendola1886GragnanoNewark, NJOctober 15, 1918310th Field Artillery79thFioravante Amendola (alias Fioravanto Amendola) was born in the village of Gragnano in or about 1886 to Antonio Amendola. He emigrated to America in 1908 and settled in Newark, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Board of works. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2940650 and he was assigned to the 310th Field Artillery, Battery A as part of the 79th Division. He died of Influenza on October 15, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GeorgeAmitrano1887PositanoNew York City, NYAugust 31, 191851st PioneerGeorge Amitrano was born in the village of Positano in or about 1887 to Giuseppe and Filomena Cuomo. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Motorman for the Third Avenue Railway Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3188912 and he was assigned to the 51st Pioneer , Company M. He died of wounds received in action on August 31, 1918 and his death was notified to his sister Maria Terminiello in New York; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Giovanni SantoAmmendolaGiovanni Santo Amandola1893PellaroPhiladelphia, PAOctober 02, 1918Chemical Warfare ServicesGiovanni Santo Ammendola (alias Giovanni Santo Amandola ) was born in the village of Pellaro in or about 1893 to Santo Ammendola . Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Polisher for the Vulcan Talking Machine Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3105150 and he was assigned to the Chemical Warfare Services, Company H. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 02, 1918 at the Edgewood Arsenal, MD ; he is buried in Edgewood Arsenal, MD in the Post Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified John Amendola, 944 Carpenter street Philadelphia. DOD on Albo is reported November 14, 1918.
MicheleAmodioMike Amodia1891MonopoliReynoldsville, WVOctober 04, 191859th Infantry4thMichele Amodio (alias Mike Amodia) was born in the village of Monopoli in or about 1891 to Filomeno and Vittoria Siciliani. Emigrated to America he settled in Reynoldsville, WV. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3165789 and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company C as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 04, 1918 ; he is buried in Clarksburg, WV in the Holy Cross Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RosarioAmoroso1894Santa CaterinaSalem, MAMarch 28, 1919151st Development Bn.Rosario Amoroso was born in the village of Santa Caterina in or about 1894 to Pasquale and Natala Librizzi. Emigrated to America he settled in Salem, MA where he worked as Laborer for the Contractor . He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 151st Development Bn., . He died of Disease on March 28, 1919 while in training at Camp Devens, MA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiAnania1893PetronàUrbana, OHOctober 26, 1918101st Infantry26thLuigi Anania was born in the village of Petronà in or about 1893 to Raffaele Anania. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Urbana, OH where he started his own business as Shoemaker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2433648 and he was assigned to the 101st Infantry, Company F as part of the 26th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 26, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Thomas in Martins Ferry, OH; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was cited in General Orders N. 88 issued by the 26th Division HeadQuarters on October 16, 1918.
MicheleAnastasi1889Sant'AgataCleveland, OHSeptember 13, 191823rd Infantry2ndMichele Anastasi was born in the village of Sant'Agata in or about 1889 to Vincenza Artino. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Cleveland, OH where he worked as Barber for the Joe Mancruso. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2658905 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company A as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on September 13, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Guttemberg, NJ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalised at Camp Gordon, GA under the provisions of the congress act regarding foreign soldiers. For some time lived in Cleveland with his brother Calogero and sister Elvira, the latter would die of Spanish flu in 1918.
GiuseppeAncona1892Martina FrancaBuffalo, NYAugust 28, 1918306th Infantry77thGiuseppe Ancona was born in the village of Martina Franca in or about 1892 to Domenico and Anna Montanaro. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Buffalo, NY where he worked as Laborer for the New York Central Railroad. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1702671 and he was assigned to the 306th Infantry, Company H as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 28, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Cousin Giuseppe Serra
RaffaeleAndreozzi1894San Giovanni IncaricoLawrence, MAOctober 12, 191823rd Infantry2ndRaffaele Andreozzi was born in the village of San Giovanni Incarico in or about 1894 to Giovanni Andreozzi. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Lawrence, MA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company E as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 in the vicinity of St. Étienne and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreAndreucci1893CaporcianoWilliamsburg, PAOctober 05, 19187th Infantry3rdSalvatore Andreucci was born in the village of Caporciano in or about 1893 to Antonio and Gerarda Cassiani. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Williamsburg, PA where he worked as Laborer for the West Virginia Pulp & Paper Company. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Altoona, PA with serial number 542907 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company L as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 05, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioAndricciolaAntonio Andricciolo1893SambiaseDetroit, MINovember 02, 1918309th Infantry78thAntonio Andricciola (alias Antonio Andricciolo ) was born in the village of Sambiase in or about 1893 to Giovanni Andricciola . He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Detroit, MI where he worked as Repair Man for the Universal Pressed Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, as part of the 78th Division. He died of on November 02, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. According to ABMC entered in Illinois. Likely it was his emergency contact, his uncle in Chicago.
AntonioAneofruata1897BiancavillaLawrence, MAJuly 22, 191823rd Infantry2ndAntonio Aneofruata was born in the village of Biancavilla in or about 1897. Emigrated to America he settled in Lawrence, MA. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company M as part of the 2nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on July 22, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. According to the Adjutant General Report, his sister was Concetta Nicolosi (1893), who moved to Lawrence in 1912 to join his husband Alfio Finocchiaro. He was wounded during the Aisne Marne offensive
FrancescoAngelicolaFrank Angelo1896Celenza ValfortoreWaterbury, CTOctober 05, 1918110th Infantry28thFrancesco Angelicola (alias Frank Angelo ) was born in the village of Celenza Valfortore in or about 1896 to Giuseppe and Giovannina Spettabile. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Waterbury, CT where he worked as Laborer for the Waterbury Button Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2884223 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company C as part of the 28th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 05, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Waterbury, CT; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Picture on Soldiers of the Great War
GiovanniAngelillo1893Sant'Angelo d'AlifeBristol, PASeptember 27, 1918315th Infantry79thGiovanni Angelillo was born in the village of Sant'Angelo d'Alife in or about 1893 to Nicola and Maria Martone. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Bristol, PA being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft . He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3114709 and he was assigned to the 315th Infantry, Company K as part of the 79th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 in the vicinity of Malancourt during the first day of the battle of Montfaucon during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He travelled from Italy with his two sisters Elisabetta.
BenedettoAngelini1887Collalto SabinoMeadowland, PAOctober 21, 191816th Infantry1stBenedetto Angelini was born in the village of Collalto Sabino in or about 1887 to Antonio and Erminia Eusepi. Emigrated to America he settled in Meadowland, PA where he worked as Miner for the Pittsburgh Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2431660 and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company G as part of the 1st Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 21, 1918 near Marat la Grande . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. May have died in Hospital at Bordeaux. Brother Ottavio. Cited in G.O. #1 1st Division, 1 jan 1920
GiovanniAngelini1889Pieve FoscianaSeattle, WAOctober 05, 1918111th Infantry28thGiovanni Angelini was born in the village of Pieve Fosciana in or about 1889. Emigrated to America he settled in Seattle, WA where he worked as Laborer for the Denny Renton Clay & Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 111th Infantry, Company L as part of the 28th Division. He died of on October 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FilippoAngellotti1896Acquaviva PicenaBrooklyn, NYOctober 18, 1918108th Infantry27thFilippo Angellotti was born in the village of Acquaviva Picena in or about 1896 to Giuseppe and Laura Angellotti. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Shoreman for the Hudson Pier 32. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2451818 and he was assigned to the 108th Infantry, Company M as part of the 27th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 18, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
BartolomeoAngeloniBartolomeo Angelo1893ScoppitoLa Belle, PAAugust 17, 1918307th Engineers82ndBartolomeo Angeloni (alias Bartolomeo Angelo ) was born in the village of Scoppito in or about 1893 to Giuliano Angeloni . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in La Belle, PA where he worked as Miner for the Vesta Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1918427 and he was assigned to the 307th Engineers, Company F as part of the 82nd Division. He died of Accidental drowning on August 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VitoAngileri1888MarsalaBrooklyn, NYSeptember 28, 1918148th Infantry37thVito Angileri was born in the village of Marsala in or about 1888 to Stefano Angileri. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Longshoreman for the New York Dock Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2672691 and he was assigned to the 148th Infantry, Company L as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 28, 1918 and his death was notified to his sister Brigida in Brooklyn; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleAngileriMike Angigliere1890MarsalaFlint, MIOctober 09, 19182nd Engineers2ndMichele Angileri (alias Mike Angigliere ) was born in the village of Marsala in or about 1890 to Giuseppe Angileri . Emigrated to America he settled in Flint, MI where he started his own business as Pool Room owner. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 2nd Engineers, Company C as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 09, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NataleAngiulli1896AlberobelloLittle Falls, NYOctober 18, 191861st Infantry5thNatale Angiulli was born in the village of Alberobello in or about 1896 to Francesco and Paola Pizzolla. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Little Falls, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2386484 and he was assigned to the 61st Infantry, Company C as part of the 5th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 18, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioAngrisaniWilliam A. Angrisano1888BellaNew York City, NYAugust 20, 1918304th Field Artillery77thAntonio Angrisani (alias William A. Angrisano ) was born in the village of Bella in or about 1888 to Domenico and Maria Nicola Cecere. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Inspector for the Carter Auto Sales Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1712750 and he was assigned to the 304th Field Artillery, Battery C as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 20, 1918 in the vicinity of Ferme des Dames in the Vesle Sector ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FilippoAnnicettoPhilip Anisette1887CorinaldoWoonsocket, RIOctober 07, 191871st Infantry11thFilippo Annicetto (alias Philip Anisette ) was born in the village of Corinaldo in or about 1887 to Paolino Annicetto . Emigrated to America he settled in Woonsocket, RI where he worked as Laborer for the Ray's Cotton Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3121805 and he was assigned to the 71st Infantry, Headquarters Company as part of the 11th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 07, 1918 while in training at Camp Meade, MD ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Illegittimate son, lost his mother very young and was raised in a convent before coming to the USA. He indicated a friend, Vincenzo Pinocci, as emergency contact since he had no relatives in the United States.
AlfredoAnnunziata1888PoggiomarinoNew York City, NYMarch 01, 19187th Field Artillery1stAlfredo Annunziata was born in the village of Poggiomarino in or about 1888. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 126775 and he was assigned to the 7th Field Artillery, Headquarters Company as part of the 1st Division. He died of wounds received in action on March 01, 1918 in the vicinity of Beaumont during the operations in the Ansauville Sector; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. sister Luisa di Marco. Died of wounds received on March 1st during a German attack on an American trrench near Toul.
CelestinoAnoja1893Isca sullo JonioKulpmont, PAOctober 27, 191860th Infantry5thCelestino Anoja was born in the village of Isca sullo Jonio in or about 1893 to Antonio and Maria Greco. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Kulpmont, PA where he worked as Miner for the Susquehanna Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2382279 and he was assigned to the 60th Infantry, Company D as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 27, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. In 1912 arrived from Buenos Aires. Emergency contact in Charles Greco in Atlas, PA. On pension record DOD is October 12, on card and Albo October 27.
AndreaAnsaldo1895Novara di SiciliaMilford, NHNovember 11, 1918148th Infantry37thAndrea Ansaldo was born in the village of Novara di Sicilia in or about 1895 to Michele Ansaldo. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Milford, NH where he worked as Barber. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 148th Infantry, Headquarters Company as part of the 37th Division. He died of Disease on November 11, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Volunteer
EmanueleAntare1892VittoriaAuburn, NYFebruary 08, 1919309th Infantry78thEmanuele Antare was born in the village of Vittoria in or about 1892 to Antonino Antare. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Auburn, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1761760 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Supply Company as part of the 78th Division. He died of Pneumonia on February 08, 1919 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Filippo Catalano
GiovanniAnticoJack Antico1892PalermoBrooklyn, NYNovember 07, 1918128th Infantry32ndGiovanni Antico (alias Jack Antico) was born in the city of Palermo in or about 1892 to Giovanni and Maria Guarnesi. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Shoe Maker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3322654 and he was assigned to the 128th Infantry, Company L as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on November 07, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Brooklyn; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. On census records and draft card he is recorded as Giacomo, on ship manifest as Giovanni travelling with his mother, brother Salvatore and sister Pietra.
EmidioAntonelli1895VastogirardiTioga, PAAugust 20, 1918110th Infantry28thEmidio Antonelli was born in the village of Vastogirardi in or about 1895 to Michele Antonelli. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Tioga, PA where he worked as Farmer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1241247 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company I as part of the 28th Division. He died of wounds received in action on August 20, 1918 in the Evacuation Hospital #4 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Michael Antonelli Box 72 Liberty, Tioga Co. PA
GuidoAntonelli1888RomaPhiladelphia, PAOctober 21, 19184th Infantry3rdGuido Antonelli was born in the city of Roma in or about 1888. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Victor Talking Machine Company. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in Gettysburg with serial number 2338111 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company B as part of the 3rd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 21, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DonatoAntrilliDan Antrillo1896Torricella PelignaLewistown, PASeptember 16, 191860th Infantry5thDonato Antrilli (alias Dan Antrillo ) was born in the village of Torricella Peligna in or about 1896 to Pietro and Brigida di Luzio. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Lewistown, PA where he worked as Silk Weaver for the Susquehanna Silk Mill Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2382535 and he was assigned to the 60th Infantry, Company B as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 16, 1918 during the St. Mihiel Operation; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Giuseppe
GiuseppeAntrilliJoseph Antrillo1893Torricella PelignaLewistown, PAAugust 06, 191839th Infantry4thGiuseppe Antrilli (alias Joseph Antrillo ) was born in the village of Torricella Peligna in or about 1893 to Pietro and Brigida di Luzio. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Lewistown, PA where he worked as Silk Weaver for the Susquehanna Silk Mill Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 556953 and he was assigned to the 39th Infantry, Company G as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 06, 1918 in the vicinity of Saint Thibaut and his death was notified to his sister Mrs. Rosa Fenti Willamsburg Colorado; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoAnzaloneFrank Anzelone1893PalermoSeymour, CTOctober 10, 1918113th Infantry29thFrancesco Anzalone (alias Frank Anzelone ) was born in the city of Palermo in or about 1893 to Giovanni and Angelina Frangione. Emigrated to America he settled in Seymour, CT where he worked as Caster Helper for the Seymour Manufacturing Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 367349 and he was assigned to the 113th Infantry, Company M as part of the 29th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 10, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in New York; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AlfredoAnziano1894Piana di CaiazzoBrooklyn, NYOctober 06, 1918305th Infantry77thAlfredo Anziano was born in the village of Piana di Caiazzo in or about 1894 to Raffaele Anziano. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Tailor for the Marrone. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1698876 and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company F as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CesarinoAnzideoChester Anzide1898BellanteCamden, NJOctober 12, 1918114th Infantry29thCesarino Anzideo (alias Chester Anzide ) was born in the village of Bellante in or about 1898 to Emidio and Maria Di Silvestri. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Camden, NJ. He volunteered in the American Army on April 1917 in Camden, NJ with serial number 1280594 and he was assigned to the 114th Infantry, Company E as part of the 29th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 in Bois d'Ormont and his death was notified to his brother Mark in Camden, NJ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He traveled with his natural mother and two brothers Oreste (Louis) and Ferdinando (Fred); by 1910 his mother had died and his father remarried.
GiuseppeApicella1893TramontiAsbury Park, NJSeptember 26, 1918311th Infantry78thGiuseppe Apicella was born in the village of Tramonti in or about 1893 to Salvatore and Lucia Giordano. He emigrated to America in 1903 and settled in Asbury Park, NJ where he worked as Gardener for the James Vaccaro. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2410760 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company B as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 in Bois St. Claude and his death was notified to his father in Asbury Park, NJ and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Killed by sniper fire while leading the attack to a machine gun position
MichelangeloApolito1895VillapianaPhiladelphia, PAOctober 29, 1918316th Infantry79thMichelangelo Apolito was born in the village of Villapiana in or about 1895 to Leonardo Antonio and Mariangela Motto. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Cabinet Maker for the Mc Craken Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3105125 and he was assigned to the 316th Infantry, Company B as part of the 79th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 29, 1918 in the vicinity of Molleville Farm and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiAquilio1900PopoliLeomister, MAJuly 20, 191816th Infantry1stLuigi Aquilio (alias 0) was born in the village of Popoli in or about 1900 to Nunzio and Anna Francesca Napoleone. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Leomister, MA. He volunteered in the American Army on January 1917 and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company H as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 20, 1918 South of Soissons during the Aise-Marne Offensive and his death was notified to his father in Leomister, MA; he is buried in Leomister, MA in the Saint Leo Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Cited in General Orders N.1, First Division, 1 January 1920 "For gallantry in action and extraordinary meritorius service"
SalvatoreArcesiSam Agnes1893EsperiaMarion, OHOctober 02, 191859th Infantry4thSalvatore Arcesi (alias Sam Agnes ) was born in the village of Esperia in or about 1893 to Paolo Arcesi . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Marion, OH where he worked as Laborer for the Erie Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 560706 and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company A as part of the 4th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 02, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniArcioni1891PoggiodomoTrenton, NJFebruary 16, 1919348th Infantry87thGiovanni Arcioni was born in the village of Poggiodomo in or about 1891. Emigrated to America he settled in Trenton, NJ where he worked as Wire drawer for the J.A. Roebling & Sons Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2422172 and he was assigned to the 348th Infantry, Company M as part of the 87th Division. He died of Pneumonia on February 16, 1919 while in training at at the Embarkation Camp Genisart in France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brothers Lorenzo, Giuseppe
GiovanniArcomano1891Sant'ArcangeloBrooklyn, NYJuly 15, 19184th Infantry3rdGiovanni Arcomano was born in the village of Sant'Arcangelo in or about 1891 to Raffaele and Anna Maria Di Donato. He emigrated to America in 1901 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Printer for the Burn Printing Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2337915 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company A as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 in the vicinity of Grand Ballois Ferme ; he is buried in Brooklyn, NY in the Cypress Hill National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Cited on Order N.1, June 3 1919, page 4 for gallantry in action
CarmineArcuri1894AcriPort Chester, NYSeptember 26, 1918311th Infantry78thCarmine Arcuri was born in the village of Acri in or about 1894 to Antonio Arcuri. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Port Chester, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Russell, Dirdsall & Ward Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2450304 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company B as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 in Bois St. Claude and his death was notified to his brother Gaetano in Port Chester, NY; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Killed by sniper fire while advancing. In Port Chester lived with his brother in the household of his cousin Domenico Luzzi, at 132 S. Main Street
SalvatoreArdito1895CalatafimiSummit, NJJuly 18, 19189th Infantry2ndSalvatore Ardito was born in the village of Calatafimi in or about 1895 to Arcangelo Ardito. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Summit, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 38180 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company A as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his uncle in Brooklyn (Vito Lena). Enlisted in Fort Slocum in May 1917.
OrazioArdizzi1887Montorio al VomanoPittsburgh, PANovember 03, 1918319th Infantry80thOrazio Ardizzi was born in the village of Montorio al Vomano in or about 1887. Emigrated to America he settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Jones & Laughlin Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2665544 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company H as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Ernesto.
CristoforoArenaChrist Arena1896Valguarnera CarapepeRochester, NYOctober 20, 191830th Infantry3rdCristoforo Arena (alias Christ Arena) was born in the village of Valguarnera Carapepe in or about 1896. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Rochester, NY where he worked as Laborer being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 548334 and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company M as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 20, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoArena1892Valguarnera CarapepeRochester, NYNovember 01, 1918310th Infantry78thFrancesco Arena was born in the village of Valguarnera Carapepe in or about 1892 to Filippo Arena. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Rochester, NY where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1746888 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 and his death was notified to his uncle Salvatore D'Amico in Rochester, NY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GaetanoArena1892AtripaldaShelton, CTOctober 30, 1918102nd Infantry26thGaetano Arena was born in the village of Atripalda in or about 1892. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Shelton, CT where he worked as Laborer for the R.M. Bassett Company. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in New Haven, CT with serial number 66709 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Company F as part of the 26th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 30, 1918 during the operations in the Neptune Sector and his death was notified to his uncle Carmine Tarantino in Shelton, CT and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. On his 1911 manifest he declared he was visiting his step mother Tarantino.
GiuseppeAricò1895Terranova Sappo MinulioFranklin, NJOctober 28, 1918147th Infantry37thGiuseppe Aricò was born in the village of Terranova Sappo Minulio in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in Franklin, NJ where he worked as Zinc Laborer for the New Jersey Zinc Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1752545 and he was assigned to the 147th Infantry, Company B as part of the 37th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 28, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his cousin Pasquale in Franklin, NJ and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleArmoni1890CanicattìGloversville, NYDecember 17, 1918331st Infantry83rdMichele Armoni was born in the village of Canicattì in or about 1890. Emigrated to America he settled in Gloversville, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4236431 and he was assigned to the 331st Infantry, Company Holding Co. as part of the 83rd Division. He died of Meningitis on December 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother Tony
CarloArnao1890Villafranca Tirrena (Serro)Philadelphia, PAJuly 29, 1918110th Infantry28thCarlo Arnao was born in the village of Villafranca Tirrena (Serro) in or about 1890 to Santo Arnao. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1241464 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company K as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 29, 1918 between the Ourcq river and Grimpettes Woods ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Living at 1741 South Ninth Steet Philadelphia. Enlisted in June 1916. Veteran of the Mexican War
PasqualeArnieri1885RovitoSpringfield, MANovember 13, 19182nd CavalryPasquale Arnieri was born in the village of Rovito in or about 1885 to Michele Arnieri. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Springfield, MA. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 and he was assigned to the 2nd Cavalry, . He died of Disease on November 13, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Carlo AntonioArnone1896San Felice CancelloCliffside, NJOctober 08, 1918154th Depot BrigadeCarlo Antonio Arnone was born in the village of San Felice Cancello in or about 1896 to Raffaele Arnone. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Cliffside, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Barrett Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4027874 and he was assigned to the 154th Depot Brigade, Company 47. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 08, 1918 while in training at Camp Meade, MD and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PaoloArnone1895MarineoNew York City, NYSeptember 14, 1918NG Trk Co.Paolo Arnone was born in the village of Marineo in or about 1895 to Salvatore and Maria Mastropaolo. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Barber. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3321384 and he was assigned to the NG Trk Co., Headquarters Company. He died of Horse Accident on September 14, 1918 while in training at Camp Hancock, GA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NicolaArpaia1890IrsinaChicago, ILNovember 03, 1918148th Infantry37thNicola Arpaia was born in the village of Irsina in or about 1890 to Luca Arpaia. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the Morgan & Randolph Bio Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2833808 and he was assigned to the 148th Infantry, Company M as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Waregem, Flanders Field American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalised in Camp Grant, IL under the provisions of the congress act regarding foreign soldiers. Stepmother Cecilia Castelmezzano
AntoninoArrigo1888Saponara VillafrancaMarcus Hook, PASeptember 27, 1918319th Infantry80thAntonino Arrigo was born in the village of Saponara Villafranca in or about 1888 to Francesco Arrigo. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Marcus Hook, PA where he worked as Laborer for the General Chemical Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2707972 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company A as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 and his death was notified to his uncle Santo Batino in Beverly, NJ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CiroArrigo1894BolognettaNew York City, NYOctober 10, 1918308th Infantry77thCiro Arrigo was born in the village of Bolognetta in or about 1894 to Salvatore Arrigo. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Clothes Presser being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1708439 and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Company D as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 10, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
BrunoArtusa1896MiletoInwood, NYNovember 13, 191828th Infantry1stBruno Artusa was born in the village of Mileto in or about 1896 to Giuseppe and Veneranda Artusa. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Inwood, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Woodmere Club. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2790321 and he was assigned to the 28th Infantry, Company I as part of the 1st Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 13, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GaetanoAstone1896MinturnoUtica, NYOctober 18, 191811th Machine Gun Battalion4thGaetano Astone was born in the village of Minturno in or about 1896 to Filippo and Annunziata Forte Astone. He emigrated to America in 1902 and settled in Utica, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 559099 and he was assigned to the 11th Machine Gun Battalion, Company B as part of the 4th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 18, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his father in Utica; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was also slightly wounded on October 1st.
GiuseppeAstorinoJioseppe Asturino1892MesoracaWashington, PAMarch 11, 1919322nd Field Artillery83rdGiuseppe Astorino (alias Jioseppe Asturino ) was born in the village of Mesoraca in or about 1892 to Benedetto Astorino . He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Washington, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Pittsburgh and Canonburg Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1951951 and he was assigned to the 322nd Field Artillery, Supply Company as part of the 83rd Division. He died of Pneumonia on March 11, 1919 in Germany ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EliaAtriano1895TeramoArnold, PASeptember 07, 1918111th Infantry28thElia Atriano was born in the village of Teramo in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in Arnold, PA where he worked as Laborer for the The United States Aluminium Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1244731 and he was assigned to the 111th Infantry, Company G as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 07, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Killed by Machine Gun fire at 1 PM while advancing on a hill north of Carlandon. Notified his uncle Francesco De Simone in Elverson, PA
SalvatoreAucelloCharles Asello1892PalermoNew York City, NYSeptember 02, 1918308th Infantry77thSalvatore Aucello (alias Charles Asello ) was born in the village of Palermo in or about 1892 to Matteo Aucello . He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Elevator Runner for the Union Paper Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1708578 and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Company E as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 02, 1918 ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Originally buried at American Cemetery Fismes, France. Friend notified Antonio Vitale 531 E 13th street
LeonardoAudino1889PortigliolaMansfield, OHOctober 15, 1918166th Infantry42ndLeonardo Audino was born in the village of Portigliola in or about 1889 to Bruno and Maria Audino. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Mansfield, OH where he worked as Laborer for the Ohio Broshco. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 95452 and he was assigned to the 166th Infantry, Company M as part of the 42nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 15, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RaffaeleAumentaRaffaele Aumento1893Sala ConsilinaFlushing, NYNovember 07, 191822nd InfantryRaffaele Aumenta (alias Raffaele Aumento) was born in the village of Sala Consilina in or about 1893 to Carmine Aumenta. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Flushing, NY where he worked as Junk Sorter. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 382846 and he was assigned to the 22nd Infantry, Company B. He died of Influenza on November 07, 1918 in the United States ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AlessandroAurilioAlessandro Durillo1889BellonaProctor, VTOctober 11, 19183rd Development BattalionAlessandro Aurilio (alias Alessandro Durillo ) was born in the village of Bellona in or about 1889. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Proctor, VT where he worked as Teamster for the Vermont Marble Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 3rd Development Battalion, Company K. He died of Pneumonia on October 11, 1918 while in training at Camp Devens, MA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. P.O. Box 345 Proctor, VT
GiuseppeAusilio1895SascanoLong Island City, NYJuly 18, 19189th Infantry2ndGiuseppe Ausilio was born in the city of Sascano in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in Long Island City, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on September 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 38883 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company D as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Lurillo? Ausilio Paterson, NJ - ausiello?
CalogeroAvanzatoCharles Avanzato1888NaroNew York City, NYOctober 12, 1918333rd Tank BatallionCalogero Avanzato (alias Charles Avanzato) was born in the village of Naro in or about 1888. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Cook for the Yorkville lunch. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3183810 and he was assigned to the 333rd Tank Batallion, Company A. He died of Influenza on October 12, 1918 in the United States and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Tank C
GiovanniAversaJohn Averse1893NaplesJersey City, NJNovember 10, 191859th Pioneer33rdGiovanni Aversa (alias John Averse ) was born in the city of Naples in or about 1893. Emigrated to America he settled in Jersey City, NJ where he worked as Clerk for the Russo Bros.. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4097859 and he was assigned to the 59th Pioneer, Company I as part of the 33rd Division. He was Killed in Action on November 10, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Tom in Jersey City; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He lived with an Aniello Aversa who owned a fruit store where Giovanni was working.
MartinoAvignone1895Albiano d'IvreaBillings, MTOctober 12, 1918Martino Avignone was born in the village of Albiano d'Ivrea in or about 1895 to Giuseppe Avignone. He emigrated to America in 1895 and settled in Billings, MT where he worked as Cook for the Northern Hotel. He was inducted in the Army . He died of Disease on October 12, 1918 while in training at Camp Grant, IL and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact his uncle in Chicago
LinoAynardiLino Ainardi1894MattieDonora, PAOctober 21, 19184th Infantry3rdLino Aynardi (alias Lino Ainardi ) was born in the village of Mattie in or about 1894 to Vittorio Aynardi . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Donora, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on December 1917 in Columbus Barracks, OH with serial number 2338884 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company F as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 21, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact his cousin in West Virginia.
PaoloAzzarettiPaul Azzaretti1894VarziNew York City, NYOctober 02, 1918152nd Depot BrigadePaolo Azzaretti (alias Paul Azzaretti) was born in the village of Varzi in or about 1894 to Carlo and Teresa Daglia. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Bartender for the P. Gilletti. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4143187 and he was assigned to the 152nd Depot Brigade, Company 10. He died of Influenza on October 02, 1918 while in training at Camp Upton, NY and his death was notified to his father in New York and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LiborioBacino1891BurgioChicago, ILDecember 14, 1918Liborio Bacino was born in the village of Burgio in or about 1891 to Michele and Giuseppa Miceli. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Machine Hand for the Smith Wire Works. He was inducted in the Army . He died of Disease on December 14, 1918 in San Francisco ; he is buried in Kankakee, IL in the Saint Rose Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact in Kankakee.
MarianoBaggioMichael Baggio1898CastelbuonoNew York City, NYOctober 12, 1918128th Infantry32ndMariano Baggio (alias Michael Baggio) was born in the village of Castelbuono in or about 1898 to Antonio and Margherita Mogavero. He emigrated to America in 1902 and settled in New York City, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 1098660 and he was assigned to the 128th Infantry, Company I as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised at Camp McArthur under the provisions of the congress act on foreign soldiers
AntoninoBaglio1888San CataldoPeckville, PAFebruary 11, 1919348th Infantry87thAntonino Baglio was born in the village of San Cataldo in or about 1888 to Salvatore and Maria Teresa Infantino. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Peckville, PA where he worked as Laborer in mine for the Temple Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2384516 and he was assigned to the 348th Infantry, Machine Gun Company as part of the 87th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on February 11, 1919 ; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiulioBagneschi1897Capannori (Castelvecchio di Compito)Chicago, ILNovember 11, 19189th Infantry2ndGiulio Bagneschi was born in the village of Capannori (Castelvecchio di Compito) in or about 1897 to Giuseppe and Pasqua Giannini. Emigrated to America he settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the United States Brewing Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company K as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on November 11, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised in Camp Merritt, NJ under the provisions of the congress act regarding foreign soldiers.
PasqualeBalassone1894SulmonaPhiladelphia, PAOctober 02, 191854th PioneerPasquale Balassone was born in the village of Sulmona in or about 1894 to Salvatore and Maria Pacella. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Machinist Helper for the Pennsyvania Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3353679 and he was assigned to the 54th Pioneer, Company B. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 02, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his uncle Giacinto in Philadelphia and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SilvioBaldassarre1889RoscianoLyons, NYOctober 17, 1918311th Infantry78thSilvio Baldassarre was born in the village of Rosciano in or about 1889 to Tommaso and Maria Petania. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Lyons, NY where he worked as Hoist Runner for the Sherman Stalter Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1753000 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company G as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniBaldo1894PeritoBaltimore, MDJuly 30, 19175th Maryland InfantryGiovanni Baldo was born in the village of Perito in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Baltimore, MD. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 5th Maryland Infantry, Company L. He died of Accidental Gunshot on July 30, 1917 while in training at Camp Meade, MD and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoBalma Tivola1887Rocca CanaveseRadley, KSApril 24, 1919Camp FunstonDomenico Balma Tivola was born in the village of Rocca Canavese in or about 1887. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Radley, KS where he worked as Miner for the Hamilton Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the Camp Funston, . He died of Disease on April 24, 1919 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GuidoBanchieri1895Chiesina UzzanesePittsburgh, PASeptember 18, 191856th Infantry Brigade28thGuido Banchieri was born in the village of Chiesina Uzzanese in or about 1895 to Eugenio and Zelinda Magrini. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Pittsburgh, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1262149 and he was assigned to the 56th Infantry Brigade, Headquarters Company as part of the 28th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 18, 1918 at Base Hospital 41 ; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His brother Cesare was registered in Pittsburgh. Notified his sister Colomba also in Pittsburgh. Wounded on August 22nd between Dravegny and Fismes during the shelling of the camp were he was working in the kitchens. Died of septicaemia after surgery. Enlisted in July 1917 in Pittsburgh
GiacomoBaratta1887VillardoraHanford, CAOctober 16, 1918319th Engineers8thGiacomo Baratta was born in the village of Villardora in or about 1887 to Michele Baratta. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Hanford, CA where he worked as Farmer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 319th Engineers, Company C as part of the 8th Division. He died of Died of Disease on October 16, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NicolòBarbalattaNicolò Bralatta1894StefanaconiShawnee on Delaware, PAJuly 16, 1918109th Infantry28thNicolò Barbalatta (alias Nicolò Bralatta ) was born in the village of Stefanaconi in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Shawnee on Delaware, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Rossiter Realty Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1811546 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Machine Gun Company as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 16, 1918 in Bois de Rougis ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Killed by diret hit of H.E. Shell at 8:30 AM.
MichelangeloBarbariaMichelangelo Barbario1894Cefalà DianaChicago, ILOctober 05, 1918343rd Infantry86thMichelangelo Barbaria (alias Michelangelo Barbario ) was born in the village of Cefalà Diana in or about 1894 to Michelangelo and Mattia Nuccio. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Shoemaker for the J.P. Smith Shoe Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2833391 and he was assigned to the 343rd Infantry, Company I as part of the 86th Division. He died of Disease on October 05, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Onofrio in Chicago; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Originally buried in England.
GiovanniBarbarino1895AugustaBoston, MAJune 12, 19182nd Engineers2ndGiovanni Barbarino was born in the village of Augusta in or about 1895. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Boston, MA where he worked as Plasterer being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 2nd Engineers, Company D as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on June 12, 1918 in the Château Thierry Sector ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. stepson of Mary d'Uscio brother of Josephine and Domenico. History of 2nd Division lists him as Co. B 9th Infantry
Francesco AntonioBarbaritoAnthony Barbarito1895PietrapertosaNew York City, NYOctober 23, 1918310th Infantry78thFrancesco Antonio Barbarito (alias Anthony Barbarito) was born in the village of Pietrapertosa in or about 1895 to Pasquale and Maria Carolina Dema. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Waiter. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2452675 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company L as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 23, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Michele (Michael) in New York and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBarbarone1893CalabellottaNew York City, NYOctober 01, 19183rd Engineets Trg RegtGiuseppe Barbarone was born in the village of Calabellotta in or about 1893 to Michele Barbarone. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2608899 and he was assigned to the 3rd Engineets Trg Regt, Company E. He died of Pneumonia on October 01, 1918 while in training at Camp Humphreys, VA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AnnibaleBarberaAnnibale Barbara1888Mazara del ValloLivonia, NYNovember 11, 1918309th Infantry78thAnnibale Barbera (alias Annibale Barbara) was born in the village of Mazara del Vallo in or about 1888 to Leonarda Amato. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Livonia, NY where he started his own business as Farmer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1764115 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company G as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 11, 1918 and his death was notified to his sister Giuseppina (Josephine) Buscemi in Jeannette, PA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FeliceBarberaFelix Barbara1890Santa Rosa, CAOctober 09, 191830th Infantry3rdFelice Barbera (alias Felix Barbara) was bornin or about 1890 to Antonio and Matilde Barbera. Emigrated to America he settled in Santa Rosa, CA where he worked as Farmer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company I as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 09, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Antonio Barbera RFD (Rural Freed Delivery) Sonoma. Prior to the World War he had enlisted in the California National Guard, partecipating in the Expedition against Pancho Villa. His brother also served with the US Army.
AndreaBarberaAndrea Barbieri1895Mazzara del ValloWinchester, MAOctober 01, 1918306th Infantry77thAndrea Barbera (alias Andrea Barbieri ) was born in the village of Mazzara del Vallo in or about 1895 to Giovanni Barbera . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Winchester, MA where he worked as Laborer being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 306th Infantry, Company A as part of the 77th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 01, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SebastianoBarberiSebastiano Barber1896Palazzolo AcreideHartford, CTJuly 23, 1918102nd Infantry26thSebastiano Barberi (alias Sebastiano Barber ) was born in the village of Palazzolo Acreide in or about 1896 to Maria Infantino. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Hartford, CT. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Hartford, CT with serial number 63595 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Company A as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 23, 1918 in the vicinity of Epieds during the Aisne-Marne Offensive; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. At the time of the draft he was living with his sister, who was notified of his death, and brother in law Paolo Lantieri
SolferinoBarberina1887Bobia (Bobbio?)West Hoboken, NJSeptember 16, 191861st Infantry5thSolferino Barberina was born in the city of Bobia (Bobbio?) in or about 1887. Emigrated to America he settled in West Hoboken, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2387731 and he was assigned to the 61st Infantry, Company E as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 16, 1918 during the Saint Mihiel operation and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. possibly 16/10/1918 death, in the History of Fifth division spelled Barberini
AntonioBarbero1893San Sebastiano PoRillton, PANovember 07, 1918Medical Detachment Gen. Hospital #26Antonio Barbero was born in the village of San Sebastiano Po in or about 1893 to Filippo Barbero. Emigrated to America he settled in Rillton, PA where he worked as Coal Miner for the Westmoreland Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2581066 and he was assigned to the Medical Detachment Gen. Hospital #26, . He died of Broncho Pneumonia on November 07, 1918 while in training at Fort Des Moines, IA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Aurelia Barbero. Notified his father Filippo in Yukon, PA
CiroBarcellona1891Lercara FriddiGarfield, NJSeptember 28, 1918148th Infantry37thCiro Barcellona was born in the village of Lercara Friddi in or about 1891 to Giacomo and Giuseppa Di Gregorio. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Garfield, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the J.W. Ferguson Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2406394 and he was assigned to the 148th Infantry, Company C as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 28, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RenatoBardelliRoy Bardelli1898CasalguidiChicago, ILOctober 09, 191838th Infantry3rdRenato Bardelli (alias Roy Bardelli) was born in the village of Casalguidi in or about 1898 to Egidio Bardelli. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Chicago, IL. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 38th Infantry, Company K as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 09, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiBarnabeiLouis Barnabei1890ColonnellaPenns Grove, NJOctober 26, 1918311th Infantry78thLuigi Barnabei (alias Louis Barnabei) was born in the village of Colonnella in or about 1890 to Filippo and Angelina Massi. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Penns Grove, NJ where he worked as Delivery Wagon for the Serafino Barnabei. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1736644 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company L as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 26, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Serafino in Penns Grove, NJ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoBarozzi1887MonfestinoNorris, ILOctober 21, 191813th InfantryFrancesco Barozzi was born in the village of Monfestino in or about 1887 to Giuseppe and Domenica Gualtieri. Emigrated to America he settled in Norris, IL where he worked as Coal Miner for the Germine Norris Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 13th Infantry, Company M. He died of Influenza on October 21, 1918 while in training at Camp Fremont, CA ; he is buried in Granville, IL in the Granville Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PasqualeBarrasso1892GrottaminardaHaverhill, MAOctober 02, 19183rd Development Bn.Pasquale Barrasso was born in the village of Grottaminarda in or about 1892 to Antonio Barrasso. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Haverhill, MA where he started his own business as Barber. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 3rd Development Bn., Company K. He died of Disease on October 02, 1918 while in training at Camp Devens, MA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PietroBarsagliniPeter Bersoglini1887Marina di Campo nell'ElbaSanger, CAFebruary 13, 1918Pietro Barsaglini (alias Peter Bersoglini) was born in the village of Marina di Campo nell'Elba in or about 1887 to Angelo Barsaglini. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Sanger, CA where he worked as Farm Laborer for the Sheperd & League. He was inducted in the Army . He died of Disease on February 13, 1918 while in training at Camp Aleritt, NJ ; he is buried in Fresno, CA in the Liberty Veterans Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GuglielmoBartoliWilliam Bartoli1897NapoliNew York City, NYNovember 01, 191860th Coastal Artillery CompanyGuglielmo Bartoli (alias William Bartoli) was born in the village of Napoli in or about 1897 to Roberto and Anna Ciotola. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in New York City, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on December 1916 in Fort Slocum with serial number 633308 and he was assigned to the 60th Coastal Artillery Company, Headquarters Company. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in New York City; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Part of the 33rd Artillery Brigade.
DomenicoBartolomucci1895BariscianoExport, PAOctober 16, 1918307th Engineers82ndDomenico Bartolomucci was born in the village of Barisciano in or about 1895 to Giuseppe and Maria Pacifico. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Export, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on May 1918 in Pittsburgh with serial number 2582550 and he was assigned to the 307th Engineers, Company F as part of the 82nd Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 16, 1918 while in training at Fort Oglethorpe, GA and his death was notified to his uncle Pasquale Bartolomucci in Luski, PA; he is buried in Chattanooga, TN in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AgostinoBartuccaAugustine Bartina1891FiladelfiaBallstown, NYOctober 21, 191832nd Field ArtilleryAgostino Bartucca (alias Augustine Bartina ) was born in the village of Filadelfia in or about 1891 to Vito Bartucca . He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Ballstown, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3741932 and he was assigned to the 32nd Field Artillery, Battery E. He died of Influenza on October 21, 1918 while in training at Camp Meade, MD ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Barbara Belotta. His first stop in US was Chicago. Two other brothers (Francesco and Vincenzo) die in the war with the italian army. Francesco was possibly his twin
AchilleBarufaldi1890VimognoMorgan, PAJuly 21, 19187th Infantry3rdAchille Barufaldi was born in the village of Vimogno in or about 1890 to Giovanni and Domenica Artusi. He emigrated to America in 1891 and settled in Morgan, PA where he worked as Miner for the National Mining Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 542454 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company I as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 21, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Angelo in Morgan, PA; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CosimoBarzellinoCosimo Borzellino1896EboliHoboken, NJOctober 12, 1918114th Infantry29thCosimo Barzellino (alias Cosimo Borzellino) was born in the village of Eboli in or about 1896 to Salvatore and Rosa Panico. He emigrated to America in 1904 and settled in Hoboken, NJ where he worked as Elevator Operator for the American Grad Pencil Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1281847 and he was assigned to the 114th Infantry, Company K as part of the 29th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 in Bois d'Ormont and his death was notified to his father in Scranton, PA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He traveled together with his brother Carmine to Pittston, PA where his father had found employment has coal miner.
GiuseppeBascelliJoseph Bashall1894Ripa TeatinaChester, PAJuly 15, 19187th Infantry3rdGiuseppe Bascelli (alias Joseph Bashall ) was born in the village of Ripa Teatina in or about 1894 to Ferdinando and Filomena Bascelli . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Chester, PA where he worked as Crane runner for the Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in Gettysburg, PA with serial number 542677 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company K as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 during the second battle of the Marne and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EduardoBasileEdward L. Basile1898Torano CastelloPhiladelphia, PAAugust 14, 1918109th Infantry28thEduardo Basile (alias Edward L. Basile) was born in the village of Torano Castello in or about 1898 to Biagio Luigi and Sofia Serpa. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Philadelphia, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in Philadelphia, PA with serial number 1237096 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company I as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 14, 1918 in Fismette ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, Oise in theAisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His father was a tailor. Killed by shell explosion on the night of August 14 while on outpost duty.
FedericoBasileFred Basili1894MontauroUtica, NYJune 06, 191823rd Infantry2ndFederico Basile (alias Fred Basili ) was born in the village of Montauro in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Utica, NY where he worked as Hotel Porter for the St. James Hotel. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 52211 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company M as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on June 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Spelled FRED BASILI, mother MAREATONA BASILI
GiuseppeBasileJoseph Basily1894BraidJohnstown, PAJune 29, 1918307th Supply TrainGiuseppe Basile (alias Joseph Basily ) was born in the city of Braid in or about 1894 to Rosario Basile . Emigrated to America he settled in Johnstown, PA where he started his own business as Taxi driver. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1921197 and he was assigned to the 307th Supply Train, Company C. He committed suicide on June 29, 1918 in Johnstown, PA ; he is buried in Johnstown, PA in the Saint John Gualbert Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His wife was Olga Greenwood with whom he had a daughter Catherine Maria (1916-2001). Emergency contact on card his father Rosario, Via Vallone Italy
RiccardoBasiliRichard Basili1894Ostra VetereDes Moines, IASeptember 12, 1918357th Infantry90thRiccardo Basili (alias Richard Basili) was born in the village of Ostra Vetere in or about 1894 to Giuseppe Basili. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Des Moines, IA where he worked as Repairman for the Harvey Portland Cement Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 357th Infantry, Company H as part of the 90th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 12, 1918 in the vicinity of Bois de Frière during the St. Mihiel Operation . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SamBasoneChicago, ILChicago, IL361st Infantry91stSam Basone (alias 0) was born. Emigrated to America he settled in Chicago, IL. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 361st Infantry, Company M as part of the 91st Division. He died of wounds received in action on ottobre dd, yyyy ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His death was notified to Rose Basone at 919 Cambridge Ave in Chicago. In 1920 at that address lived a Sicilian family (La Bona), Basone could be a misspelling of Buscemi.
MarianoBassettaMariano Bassetti1892Calascibetta, WAOctober 03, 1918112th Infantry28thMariano Bassetta (alias Mariano Bassetti ) was born in the village of Calascibetta in or about 1892 to Giovanni Bassetta . He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in , WA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 112th Infantry, as part of the 28th Division. He died of on October 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Check on familysearch if only Mariano
EmilioBassignanaEmilio Bassignano1888Sala MonferratoNew Haven, CTOctober 23, 1918152nd Depot BrigadeEmilio Bassignana (alias Emilio Bassignano ) was born in the village of Sala Monferrato in or about 1888. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New Haven, CT where he worked as Chef for the Taft Hotel. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4154109 and he was assigned to the 152nd Depot Brigade, Company 32. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 23, 1918 while in training at Camp Upton, NY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngeloBasso1888Aviano (Giais)Coaldale, PAOctober 12, 1918Co. 8th Repl. Gr.Angelo Basso was born in the village of Aviano (Giais) in or about 1888 to Antonio Basso. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Coaldale, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4440465 and he was assigned to the Co. 8th Repl. Gr., . He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 12, 1918 while in training at Camp Greenleaf, GA ; he is buried in Summit Hill, PA in the Saint Joseph Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBasta1890CarfizziNew Haven, CTNovember 11, 1918121st Machine Gun Battalion32ndGiuseppe Basta was born in the village of Carfizzi in or about 1890 to Clarina Basta. Emigrated to America he settled in New Haven, CT. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in New Haven with serial number 66670 and he was assigned to the 121st Machine Gun Battalion, Company B as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on November 11, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioBasteri1888RianaSomerville, MAOctober 02, 1918Medical DepartmentAntonio Basteri was born in the village of Riana in or about 1888 to Lorenzo and Giovanna Zammarchi. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Somerville, MA where he worked as Laborer for the Boston Grocery Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the Medical Department, . He died of Influenza on October 02, 1918 while in training at in Syracuse, NY at the Syracuse Recruit Camp and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AlfredoBatta1894CersetoLawrence, NYAugust 22, 1918308th Infantry77thAlfredo Batta was born in the village of Cerseto in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Lawrence, NY where he worked as Gardener for the A.S. Kirkman. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1709576 and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Company I as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 22, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioBattaglia1895CampodipietraCleveland, OHSeptember 12, 191816th Field Artillery4thAntonio Battaglia was born in the village of Campodipietra in or about 1895 to Francesco Battaglia. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Cleveland, OH. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 564809 and he was assigned to the 16th Field Artillery, Battery B as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 12, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
ErmenegildoBattaglia1892Incisa BelboNew York City, NYOctober 21, 1918327th Infantry82ndErmenegildo Battaglia was born in the village of Incisa Belbo in or about 1892 to Pietro Battaglia. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1908282 and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company M as part of the 82nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 21, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Teresina
Giovanni BattistaBattagliaGionni Battaglia1896ComisoAkron, OHNovember 04, 1918111th Infantry28thGiovanni Battista Battaglia (alias Gionni Battaglia) was born in the village of Comiso in or about 1896 to Salvatore Battaglia. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Akron, OH where he worked as Rubber Worker for the Good Year. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 111th Infantry, as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 04, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalised at Camp Grant, IL under the provisions of the Congress Act on foreign soldiers. According to the American Battle Monument Commision records, he entered service in IL, while his registrtion address was in OH. In 1914 his first stop was Chicago travelling with his brother Filippo (1891) to visit their cousin Vincenzo Cacciaguerra; his death was notified to Paolo (Paul) Battaglia in Chicago.
GiuseppeBattagliaJoe Battaglia1890Termini ImereseGlenshaw, PAOctober 17, 19187th Infantry3rdGiuseppe Battaglia (alias Joe Battaglia) was born in the village of Termini Imerese in or about 1890 to Francesco and Rosa Marfiri. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Glenshaw, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Carnegie Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 542456 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company I as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His brother Salvatore also served with the US Army, he survived the war to commit suicide in 1920
SalvatoreBattaglia1894RagusaNew York City, NYOctober 03, 1918307th Infantry77thSalvatore Battaglia was born in the village of Ragusa in or about 1894 to Carmelo Battaglia. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Artist for the F.V. Siracusa. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1706479 and he was assigned to the 307th Infantry, Company I as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
ErmindoBattista1894LentellaPhiladelphia, PAOctober 06, 1918307th Engineers82ndErmindo Battista was born in the village of Lentella in or about 1894 to Giacomo Battista. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer for the John Brady. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1913344 and he was assigned to the 307th Engineers, Company C as part of the 82nd Division. He died of Accident on October 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Died as result of explosion of a buried bomb.
IsidoroBattisti1890FregonaSan Francisco, CASeptember 07, 1918127th Infantry32ndIsidoro Battisti was born in the village of Fregona in or about 1890. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in San Francisco, CA where he worked as Dairyman for the James Male . He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 127th Infantry, Company F as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on September 07, 1918 and his death was notified to Joe Battisti 501 Broadway San Francisco and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Possibly Battistin, travels with his brother Giovanni
DanteBattistiniDanti Battistini1889Grays Harbor, WAJuly 18, 19189th Infantry2ndDante Battistini (alias Danti Battistini) was bornin or about 1889. Emigrated to America he settled in Grays Harbor, WA where he worked as Laborer for the Henry McLeary Timber Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2258337 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company I as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreBavia1895CampoliPhiladelphia, PAOctober 29, 1918310th Infantry78thSalvatore Bavia was born in the village of Campoli in or about 1895. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Cabinet Maker for the Victor Talking Machine Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2406270 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 29, 1918 and his death was notified to his step brother in Jersey City, NJ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Illegittimate son found on the countryside near Campoli and raised by Gennaro Panetta in San Giorgio la Molara.
NicolaBay1886MilanoHawthorne, NJOctober 19, 1918Medical Detachment Base Hospital Cp DixNicola Bay was born in the city of Milano in or about 1886 to Palmer (Palmiro?) Bay. He emigrated to America in 1894 and settled in Hawthorne, NJ where he worked as Chaffeur for the J.H. Dunning. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2691608 and he was assigned to the Medical Detachment Base Hospital Cp Dix, . He died of Influenza on October 19, 1918 while in training at Camp Dix, NJ ; he is buried in Paterson, NJ in the Laurel Grove Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Sister Clara Buono wife of Charles Buono
FrancescoBeccacciniFrank Beccaccine1891AvezzanoWest Hartford, CTOctober 13, 1918114th Infantry29thFrancesco Beccaccini (alias Frank Beccaccine ) was born in the village of Avezzano in or about 1891 to Carmine Beccaccini . Emigrated to America he settled in West Hartford, CT where he worked as Driver for the N.C. Casciano Construction Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 366433 and he was assigned to the 114th Infantry, Company B as part of the 29th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 13, 1918 in Bois d'Ormont and his death was notified to his employer Nick Casciano in West Hartford, CT; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Wounded in Bois d'Ormont.
CelestinoBecchelli1888MonteseTovey, ILSeptember 29, 191847th Infantry4thCelestino Becchelli was born in the village of Montese in or about 1888 to Pietro and Teresa Bernardini. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Tovey, IL where he worked as Miner for the Peabody Mine Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 47th Infantry, Company E as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He joined the army in Jun 1918 in order to be granted American citizenship immediately. He was killed parachuting over France and was dead before he hit the ground.
CostantinoBechiniAugustine Bechien1887PiancastagnaioWaterbury, CTNovember 24, 1918Replacement Detachment Camp EustisCostantino Bechini (alias Augustine Bechien) was born in the village of Piancastagnaio in or about 1887 to Andrea Bechini. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Waterbury, CT where he worked as Roller Helper for the Chase Metal Works. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2884241 and he was assigned to the Replacement Detachment Camp Eustis, . He died of Broncho Pneumonia on November 24, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Hampton, VA in the National Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. According to the Italian papers he died on a trasportation ship.
AlessandroBelculfinè1895SparaniseNew Brighton, PAOctober 15, 19187th Infantry3rdAlessandro Belculfinè was born in the village of Sparanise in or about 1895 to Alfonso and Maria Grella. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in New Brighton, PA where he worked as Shoe Maker for the Alfonso Belculfine. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2431459 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company C as part of the 3rd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 15, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NicolaBelfioreNicola Belifore1896MorconeRutland, VTSeptember 23, 1918168th Infantry42ndNicola Belfiore (alias Nicola Belifore ) was born in the village of Morcone in or about 1896. Emigrated to America he settled in Rutland, VT where he worked as Laborer for the Howe Scale Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1663465 and he was assigned to the 168th Infantry, Machine Gun Company as part of the 42nd Division. He was Killed in Action on September 23, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Dolce LuigiBelgrado1895San Zenone degli EzzeliniEnderlin, NDSeptember 25, 1918358th Infantry90thDolce Luigi Belgrado was born in the village of San Zenone degli Ezzelini in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in Enderlin, ND where he worked as Section Foreman for the Minneapolis St. Paul & Sault St. Marie Railway. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2858143 and he was assigned to the 358th Infantry, Company I as part of the 90th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 25, 1918 in the raid against the Hindenburg line west of Preny ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Possibly born on March 4, 1895 his emergency contact was Charles G. Holmes in Portal, ND a railroad employee, indicating he had no immediate family in the US.
JamesBell1896Castel di SangroGrove City, PAOctober 16, 19181st Prov Rct Bn Camp ForrestJames Bell was born in the village of Castel di Sangro in or about 1896 to Frank Bell. Emigrated to America he settled in Grove City, PA where he worked as Miner for the Westerman Filer Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3016373 and he was assigned to the 1st Prov Rct Bn Camp Forrest, Company 8. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 16, 1918 while in training at Fort Oglethorpe, GA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Theresa Bell (Di Alessandro??) (mother) Grove City PA. Possible DOB September 4, 1896 or October 7
FernandoBellapadrona1896LubrianoYorktown, NYSeptember 30, 19185th Trench Mortar Battery5thFernando Bellapadrona was born in the village of Lubriano in or about 1896 to Pietro and Concetta Bargiacchi. Emigrated to America he settled in Yorktown, NY where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3594583 and he was assigned to the 5th Trench Mortar Battery, Battery B as part of the 5th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on September 30, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Nello in West Hoboken, NJ; he is buried in Brooklyn, NY in the Cypress Hill National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. In his draft card (June 1917) he was employed in Detroit and entered service there in August 1917, although his declared residence was in Yorktown, NY.
GiuseppeBellaroba1897Montecalvo IrpinoPhiladelphia, PANovember 07, 191823rd Infantry2ndGiuseppe Bellaroba was born in the village of Montecalvo Irpino in or about 1897 to Carlo and Concetta Pappano. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Shoemaker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3348554 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company H as part of the 2nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 07, 1918 and his death was notified to his uncle Saverio Scanapa in Hazleton, PA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
JamesBellen1894MaritolbonoColumbus, OHOctober 13, 1918322nd Field Artillery83rdJames Bellen was born in the city of Maritolbono in or about 1894 to James Sr. Bellen. Emigrated to America he settled in Columbus, OH where he worked as Shoemaker for the David Sachs. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1956159 and he was assigned to the 322nd Field Artillery, as part of the 83rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 13, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He married in Dec 1917 Louise Joachim, shortly before leaving for France, in his wedding license his birthplace is Ellen France.
ClaudioBellettini1896FananoNew York City, NYOctober 16, 191811th Infantry5thClaudio Bellettini was born in the village of Fanano in or about 1896 to Pompeo and Umiltà Gherardini. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 734668 and he was assigned to the 11th Infantry, Company B as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 16, 1918 during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his brother Mario in New York City; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GuglielmoBellini1893MezzaniChelsea, MAOctober 02, 1918109th Infantry28thGuglielmo Bellini was born in the village of Mezzani in or about 1893 to Vincenzo Bellini. Emigrated to America he settled in Chelsea, MA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company I as part of the 28th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 02, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded in the Argonne
Francesco SaverioBellinoFrank Bellino1890BitrittoSunnydell, IDOctober 05, 191818th Infantry1stFrancesco Saverio Bellino (alias Frank Bellino) was born in the village of Bitritto in or about 1890 to Giuseppe Bellino. Emigrated to America he settled in Sunnydell, ID where he worked as Farmer for the James Byrne. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 77734 and he was assigned to the 18th Infantry, Company F as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioBellissimo1890NicastroPittsburgh, PADecember 12, 19181st Sapper Replacement BattalionAntonio Bellissimo was born in the village of Nicastro in or about 1890 to Filippo and Maria Filoca. Emigrated to America he settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he started his own business as Shoemaker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3009727 and he was assigned to the 1st Sapper Replacement Battalion, Company 2. He died of Disease on December 12, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CarmeloBellissimo1887CastrogiovanniCaldwell, NJOctober 02, 1918153rd Depot BrigadeCarmelo Bellissimo was born in the village of Castrogiovanni in or about 1887. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Caldwell, NJ where he started his own business as Grocer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4100226 and he was assigned to the 153rd Depot Brigade, Company 4. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 02, 1918 while in training at Camp Dix, NJ and his death was notified to his brother Eugenio in Caldwell, NJ and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoBellizzi1887San BasileGeneva, NYApril 04, 191823rd Infantry2ndFrancesco Bellizzi was born in the village of San Basile in or about 1887. Emigrated to America he settled in Geneva, NY where he worked as Laborer being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 50703 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company F as part of the 2nd Division. He died of Died of Accident on April 04, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NazzarenoBellucci1894CostacciaroEynon, PAOctober 05, 1918145th Infantry37thNazzareno Bellucci was born in the village of Costacciaro in or about 1894 to Giuseppe and Rosa Mariani. Emigrated to America he settled in Eynon, PA where he worked as Laborer in mine for the Scranton Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2668530 and he was assigned to the 145th Infantry, Company I as part of the 37th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 05, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PasqualeBelperioPasquile Belperio1889San Giorgio La MolaraPhiladelphia, PANovember 01, 1918319th Infantry80thPasquale Belperio (alias Pasquile Belperio) was born in the village of San Giorgio La Molara in or about 1889 to Giuseppe and Giovanna Varrasi. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Philadelphia, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1827335 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company H as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was a veteran of the war in Lybia of 1911-1912 with the Italian Army.
LeoneBelpulsiLeo Belpulsi1894San Martino in Pensilis, NYSeptember 24, 1918308th Infantry77thLeone Belpulsi (alias Leo Belpulsi) was born in the village of San Martino in Pensilis in or about 1894 to Antonio and Corrandina Caravatta. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in , NY where he worked as Moulder. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1678338 and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Company K as part of the 77th Division. He died of Septic Pneumonia on September 24, 1918 in Furstenfeldbruck, Germany ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded and captured August 22nd and died in a POW camp. According to his service card his mother Teresa was notified. He arrived in the US through Philadelphia.
GiovanniBelvito1890MonopoliJersey City, NJOctober 29, 1918310th Infantry78thGiovanni Belvito was born in the village of Monopoli in or about 1890 to Giuseppe and Antonia Schena. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Jersey City, NJ where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2406273 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 29, 1918 in Bois des Loges and his death was notified to his sister Rosa Maiellaro in Jersey City, NJ . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
JohnBenanti1889GodranoChicago, ILOctober 15, 19188th Field ArtilleryJohn Benanti was born in the village of Godrano in or about 1889 to Salvatore Benanti. He emigrated to America in 1897 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the Redlich Mfg Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 8th Field Artillery, Battery A. He died of Disease on October 15, 1918 while in training at Camp Mc Lellan, AL ; he is buried in Chicago and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised in Camp McLellan, AL under the provisions of the congress act regarding foreign soldiers. His last residence was Townsend Street Chicago IL
AttilioBendotti1894EsmateHurley, WISeptember 28, 1918305th Infantry77thAttilio Bendotti was born in the village of Esmate in or about 1894 to Giovanni and Caterina Pizzagalli. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Hurley, WI where he worked as Miner for the Montreal Mining Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company K as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 28, 1918 in the vicinity of Abri St. Louis ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBenea1895Renazzo (Cento)Kingston, MAMarch 18, 1919308th Infantry77thGiuseppe Benea was born in the village of Renazzo (Cento) in or about 1895 to Ugo Benea. He emigrated to America in 1902 and settled in Kingston, MA where he worked as Salesman for the W.A. Wilcox. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Company M as part of the 77th Division. He died of Disease on March 18, 1919 at Base Hospital 85 in Angers, France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised in Camp Devens, MA under the provisions of the congress act regarding foreign soldiers.
AlfredoBenedetti1890Serravalle PistoieseBelle Vernon, PASeptember 26, 1918354th Infantry89thAlfredo Benedetti was born in the village of Serravalle Pistoiese in or about 1890 to Rinaldo and Brunina Boretti. Emigrated to America he settled in Belle Vernon, PA where he worked as Laborer for the American Window Glass Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2969360 and he was assigned to the 354th Infantry, Company D as part of the 89th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 in the raid against Charey operations in the Euvezine Sector and his death was notified to his cousin Carlo Soldi in Belle Vernon, PA . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoBenedetti1887MontefiasconeErie, PAAugust 08, 191838th Infantry3rdDomenico Benedetti was born in the village of Montefiascone in or about 1887 to Nazzareno Benedetti. Emigrated to America he settled in Erie, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 549728 and he was assigned to the 38th Infantry, Company B as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on August 08, 1918 near the Vesle river during the Aisne-Marne Offensive and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Pietro PaoloBenedetto1895CracoNew York City, NYSeptember 11, 1918306th Infantry77thPietro Paolo Benedetto was born in the village of Craco in or about 1895 to Domenico and Maria Teresa Padovani. He emigrated to America in 1899 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Manager for the His father paper stock business. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1700131 and he was assigned to the 306th Infantry, Headquarters Company as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 11, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBenenatiGiuseppe Beninati1892GrammicheleNew York City, NYOctober 18, 1918147th Infantry37thGiuseppe Benenati (alias Giuseppe Beninati ) was born in the village of Grammichele in or about 1892 to Gaetano (Tom) Benenati . He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2452613 and he was assigned to the 147th Infantry, Company H as part of the 37th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 18, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreBeninatiSalvatore Beninato1893CastelVetranoBoston, MAOctober 04, 191830th Infantry3rdSalvatore Beninati (alias Salvatore Beninato ) was born in the village of CastelVetrano in or about 1893 to Antonino Beninati . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Boston, MA where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company K as part of the 3rd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 04, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FilippoBenincasa1888San Donato di NineaPottsville, PASeptember 26, 1918148th Infantry37thFilippo Benincasa was born in the village of San Donato di Ninea in or about 1888 to Saverio and Giuseppa Cuniani. Emigrated to America he settled in Pottsville, PA where he worked as Steel Maker for the Eastern Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2667965 and he was assigned to the 148th Infantry, Company M as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 and his death was notified to his cousin Innocenzo Iannizzi in Pottsville, PA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GabrieleBerardi1896BocchiglieroVirginville, WVSeptember 27, 1918General Military Course Dept. Cp.Gabriele Berardi was born in the village of Bocchigliero in or about 1896 to Giuseppe Berardi. Emigrated to America he settled in Virginville, WV. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the General Military Course Dept. Cp., . He died of Pneumonia on September 27, 1918 while in training at Camp Lee, VA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
BortoloBerlucchi1889Urago D'OglioHighland Park, MIOctober 31, 1918Bortolo Berlucchi was born in the village of Urago D'Oglio in or about 1889 to Raffaele and Marianna Varisco. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Highland Park, MI where he worked as Porter for the Ford Motor Company. He was inducted in the Army . He died of Disease on October 31, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his brother Valentino in Highland Park, MI . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBernabeo1893SalleShelton, CTOctober 08, 191818th Infantry1stGiuseppe Bernabeo was born in the village of Salle in or about 1893 to Adamo and Vincenza Di Russo. Emigrated to America he settled in Shelton, CT where he worked as Weaver for the Sidney Blumenthal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2886389 and he was assigned to the 18th Infantry, Company K as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 08, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Salvatore in Shelton, CT . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CharlesBernard1896Cleveland, OHNovember 04, 191881st Field ArtilleryCharles Bernard was bornin or about 1896. Emigrated to America he settled in Cleveland, OH. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2376634 and he was assigned to the 81st Field Artillery, Battery A. He died of Influenza on November 04, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified John Bernard 2276 E 150 St Cleveland
GiuseppeBernardiJoseph Bernardi1895Revine LagoPittsburgh, PAJuly 26, 1918167th Infantry42ndGiuseppe Bernardi (alias Joseph Bernardi) was born in the village of Revine Lago in or about 1895 to Domenico and Caterina Ciotti. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Pittsburgh, PA being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft . He was inducted in the Army with serial number 172941 and he was assigned to the 167th Infantry, Company I as part of the 42nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 26, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Pittsburgh; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He traveled to America with his brother Luigi and lived in Pittsburgh with his stepfather Giuseppe Rava.
Angelo MarinoBernardiAngelo Marino Marino1894RipiPhiladelphia, PAFebruary 16, 1919165th Infantry42ndAngelo Marino Bernardi (alias Angelo Marino Marino ) was born in the village of Ripi in or about 1894 to Carmine Bernardi . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1783398 and he was assigned to the 165th Infantry, Company C as part of the 42nd Division. He died of Tubercolosis on February 16, 1919 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His military papers (and grave) are under Angelo Marino
BiancoBernardoBessemer, MIJuly 21, 191818th Infantry1stBianco Bernardo was born. Emigrated to America he settled in Bessemer, MI. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 47001 and he was assigned to the 18th Infantry, Company F as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 21, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Mrs. Mary Bernardo Box 74, Bessemer, MI
GiuseppeBernardo1892Castel MorronePlymouth, MAOctober 03, 1918307th Infantry77thGiuseppe Bernardo was born in the village of Castel Morrone in or about 1892. Emigrated to America he settled in Plymouth, MA where he worked as Textile Laborer for the Standish Worsted Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 307th Infantry, Company D as part of the 77th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother of Ralph Bernardo 1887. He was wounded on September 17
SalvatoreBernardo1892San Pietro in GuaranoSteelton, PAJuly 21, 19183rd Machine Gun Battalion1stSalvatore Bernardo was born in the village of San Pietro in Guarano in or about 1892 to Francesco Bernardo. Emigrated to America he settled in Steelton, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Bethlehem Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 106002 and he was assigned to the 3rd Machine Gun Battalion, Company A as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 21, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Enlisted. Was on the mexican border in 1916. Lived with an uncle Pietro Fiorito and aunt Teresa Carricato. Notified his cousin Michele Fiorito (Fure). Cited in G.O. #1 first Division January 1 1920
AntonioBernazza1888Sezze RomanoPoughkeepsie, NYJanuary 29, 19194th Anti Aircraft Battalion Casual Co.Antonio Bernazza was born in the village of Sezze Romano in or about 1888 to Daniele Bernazza. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Poughkeepsie, NY where he worked as Barber for the Henry Grimm. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3590725 and he was assigned to the 4th Anti Aircraft Battalion Casual Co., Company C. He died of Pneumonia on January 29, 1919 ; he is buried in Poughkeepsie, NY in the Saint Peter's Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother Carlo
PietroBerolaPete Berola1889Orio CanaveseVandergrift, PAMay 24, 191852nd Infantry6thPietro Berola (alias Pete Berola) was born in the village of Orio Canavese in or about 1889 to Giacomo and Margherita Blanchietti. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Vandergrift, PA where he worked as Coal Loader for the Pine Run Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 416829 and he was assigned to the 52nd Infantry, Machine Gun Company as part of the 6th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on May 24, 1918 while in training at Fort Oglethorpe, GA and his death was notified to his wife Giovanna Fanino in Italy and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PietroBersani1890VernascaHartford, CTJuly 15, 19186th Engineers3rdPietro Bersani was born in the village of Vernasca in or about 1890 to Giacomo Bersani. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Hartford, CT where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 157888 and he was assigned to the 6th Engineers, Company A as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 during the second battle of the Marne; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He arrived in New York and joined his cousin in Manhattan; he worked there as Street Laborer and sometime between 1915 and 1917 moved to Connecticut His draft card lists him in Hartford although his residence in New York, the American Battle Commision documents list him as entering service from New York
AngeloBerti1892San VitoFirebaugh, CAOctober 09, 1918319th engineers8thAngelo Berti was born in the village of San Vito in or about 1892 to Antonio and Maria Pellegrino. He emigrated to America in 1908 and settled in Firebaugh, CA where he worked as Bar Keeper for the his father. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 319th engineers, Company E as part of the 8th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 09, 1918 in England and his death was notified to his father in Firebaugh, CA; he is buried in Brookwood, UK in the American Military Cemetery and Memorial and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniBerti1889FondoAnchorage, AKApril 10, 1919Giovanni Berti was born in the village of Fondo in or about 1889 to Giovanni Berti. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Anchorage, AK where he worked as Longshoreman for the Alaskan Engineering Commission. He was inducted in the Army . He died of Tubercolosis on April 10, 1919 while in training at Fort Mc Dowell, CA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoBertinoFrank E. Bertino1890Salassa CanaveseOrient, ILSeptember 27, 1918308th Machine Gun Battalion78thFrancesco Bertino (alias Frank E. Bertino) was born in the village of Salassa Canavese in or about 1890 to Filippo Bertino. Emigrated to America he settled in Orient, IL where he worked as Coal Miner for the C. Wand & F. Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 308th Machine Gun Battalion, Company B as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Photo Page 127
DomenicoBertoleroDomenico Bartolero1895BorgialloRoslyn, WAJuly 02, 19189th Infantry2ndDomenico Bertolero (alias Domenico Bartolero ) was born in the village of Borgiallo in or about 1895 to Giuseppe Bertolero . He emigrated to America in 1903 and settled in Roslyn, WA where he worked as Laborer in Coal Mine for the Northwestern Improvement Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company A as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 02, 1918 ; he is buried in Roslyn, WA in the IOOF Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MarioBertolino1893Monte San Giuliano (Crocevia)Detroit, MIAugust 28, 1918126th Infantry32ndMario Bertolino was born in the village of Monte San Giuliano (Crocevia) in or about 1893 to Vito Bertolino. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Detroit, MI where he worked as Laborer (Bench Hand) for the Detroit Spring Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 126th Infantry, Company G as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on August 28, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBesana1895VilletteLa Honda, CASeptember 27, 1918363rd Infantry91stGiuseppe Besana was born in the village of Villette in or about 1895 to Giovanni Mario Besana. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in La Honda, CA where he worked as Laborer for the Felice Guerra. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 363rd Infantry, Company F as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Francesco (Frank) in La Honda, CA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised at Camp Lewis, WA under provisions of the Congress Act on foreign soldiers.
MarioBesso1896Baldissero CanaveseDurango, CONovember 10, 191811th Infantry5thMario Besso was born in the village of Baldissero Canavese in or about 1896 to Giovanni Besso. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Durango, CO where he worked as Miner for the Tony Foresca. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 11th Infantry, Company H as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 10, 1918 during the second phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FerdinandoBet1891TorinoSan Francisco, CANovember 01, 1918361st Infantry91stFerdinando Bet was born in the village of Torino in or about 1891 to Romano and Maddalena Ragazzi. He emigrated to America in 1915 and settled in San Francisco, CA where he worked as Worker for the Cutlery Factory. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 361st Infantry, Company L as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 and his death was notified to his landlord Teresa Mina at 665 Green Street San Francisco and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntoninoBettiniAnthony Bettino1888BovaNew York City, NYOctober 12, 19184th Infantry3rdAntonino Bettini (alias Anthony Bettino ) was born in the village of Bova in or about 1888 to Giovanna Milea. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Brick Layer for the Hastings Pavement Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2337923 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company A as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Bova Marina, Italy; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Bettini was a last name given to abandoned infants, likely he was recognised by his mother only.
FrancescoBevilacqua1896MiglionicoRochester, NYJuly 14, 191850th Coast Artillery CorpsFrancesco Bevilacqua was born in the village of Miglionico in or about 1896. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Rochester, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Vacuum Oil Works. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 50th Coast Artillery Corps, Battery A. He died of Accidental drowning on July 14, 1918 while in training at Camp Eustis, NC ; he is buried in Rochester, NY in the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. 28/10/1896 brothers Antonio and Vincenzo (married with Maria Rosaria)
GiovanniBevilacqua1887TorrigliaSan Francisco, CAOctober 15, 1918307th Infantry77thGiovanni Bevilacqua was born in the village of Torriglia in or about 1887. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in San Francisco, CA where he worked as Laborer for the Scott Wagner & Miller. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 307th Infantry, Company A as part of the 77th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 15, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SeverinoBiagini1896Monsummano TermeSan Francisco, CAOctober 18, 1918127th Infantry32ndSeverino Biagini was born in the village of Monsummano Terme in or about 1896 to Celestino Biagini. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in San Francisco, CA where he worked as Fruit Store for the L. Milanesi. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3132682 and he was assigned to the 127th Infantry, Company A as part of the 32nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 18, 1918 ; he is buried in San Francisco National Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Originally buried in Cem 258, Vittel
GiuseppeBiancanielloGiuseppe Benchionelle1888NuscoBrooklyn, NYNovember 07, 191861st Infantry5thGiuseppe Biancaniello (alias Giuseppe Benchionelle) was born in the village of Nusco in or about 1888 to Generoso and Rosa Rullo. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Brooklyn, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 378096 and he was assigned to the 61st Infantry, Company A as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 07, 1918 and his death was notified to his sister Maria in West Philadelphia, PA; he is buried in Yeadon, PA in the Holy Cross Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. In SOGW (and Philadelphia in the Great War) he is registered as from Pennsylvania.
CarloBianchi1892Bisuschio (Pogliana)Montpellier, VTDecember 17, 1918310th Infantry78thCarlo Bianchi was born in the village of Bisuschio (Pogliana) in or about 1892 to Pietro Bianchi. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Montpellier, VT where he worked as Granite Cutter being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2782881 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company Sanitary Det. as part of the 78th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on December 17, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Italy and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBianchi1887Petrella TiferninaSchenectady, NYNovember 01, 1918148th Infantry37thGiuseppe Bianchi was born in the village of Petrella Tifernina in or about 1887. Emigrated to America he settled in Schenectady, NY where he worked as Laborer for the General Electric Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2943082 and he was assigned to the 148th Infantry, Company D as part of the 37th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 01, 1918 and his death was notified to his sister Consiglia di Matteo ; he is buried in Waregem, Flanders Field American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Sisters Consiglia Bianchi (DiMatteo) (arrives in 1915) and Filomena Bianchi. He was wounded in the vicinity of Heurne
LuigiBianchi1891Monte San Giovanni CampanoAmsterdam, NYOctober 23, 1918105th Infantry27thLuigi Bianchi was born in the village of Monte San Giovanni Campano in or about 1891 to Giuseppe and Filomena Tagliente. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Amsterdam, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Mc Cleary Wallin & Crouse Mill. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1205042 and he was assigned to the 105th Infantry, Company I as part of the 27th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 23, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his brother Enrico Rocco in Amsterdam, NY; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBianchiJoe White1890PofiSharpsville, PAMarch 30, 191830th Infantry3rdGiuseppe Bianchi (alias Joe White ) was born in the village of Pofi in or about 1890. Emigrated to America he settled in Sharpsville, PA where he started his own business as Barber. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 547944 and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company K as part of the 3rd Division. He died of Emphysema on March 30, 1918 while in training at Camp Greene, NC ; he is buried in Sharpsville, PA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoBianco1896CastelvetranoBrooklyn, NYOctober 16, 1918327th Infantry82ndFrancesco Bianco was born in the village of Castelvetrano in or about 1896 to Mariano and Angela Centonze. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1906048 and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company C as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 16, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CharlesBiasielloCharles Biaselle1890VenafroConsohocken, PAAugust 09, 191847th Infantry4thCharles Biasiello (alias Charles Biaselle ) was born in the village of Venafro in or about 1890 to Raffaele Biasiello . He emigrated to America in 1893 and settled in Consohocken, PA where he worked as Not Employed. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 574563 and he was assigned to the 47th Infantry, Company E as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 09, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, Oise in theAisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Possibly born on August 1890 (or 1891) in Venafro. His mother Carmela dies in PA between 1900 and 1905. Immigration should be around 1892 with his mother, brother Henry (1887) and sister Mary (1883)
MartinoBiavaschiMartino Biavaschie1894GordonaButte, MTOctober 04, 1918127th Infantry32ndMartino Biavaschi (alias Martino Biavaschie ) was born in the village of Gordona in or about 1894 to Lorenzo Biavaschi . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Butte, MT where he worked as Carpenter for the A.C.M. Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 127th Infantry, Company G as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 04, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Found also as part of Co. K 26th Inf. 1st Division
SalvatoreBibboSamuel Bibo1893CastelVetere Val FortoneFort Wayne, INOctober 14, 19187th Engineers5thSalvatore Bibbo (alias Samuel Bibo ) was born in the village of CastelVetere Val Fortone in or about 1893. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Fort Wayne, IN. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 7th Engineers, Company E as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 14, 1918 during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. In Fort Wayne also Mike Bibbo
RaffaeleBibbòRaffaele Bibo1886Castelnuovo della DauniaBuffalo, NYSeptember 14, 1918307th Infantry77thRaffaele Bibbò (alias Raffaele Bibo ) was born in the village of Castelnuovo della Daunia in or about 1886 to Antonio and Rosina Bibbò . He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Buffalo, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Buffalo Lounge Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1705858 and he was assigned to the 307th Infantry, Company B as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 14, 1918 during the attack to the Ravine Merval and his death was notified to his brother Giovanni (John) in East Boston, MA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GioacchinoBigante1889PescocostanzoVandergrift, PANovember 02, 1918Medical DepartmentGioacchino Bigante was born in the village of Pescocostanzo in or about 1889 to Marco Bigante. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Vandergrift, PA where he worked as Chipper for the United Engineering Foundry Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2582957 and he was assigned to the Medical Department, . He died of Influenza on November 02, 1918 while in training at Fort Des Moines, IA and his death was notified to his uncle Loreto in Vandergrift, PA . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBilelloGiuseppe Bilella1892SciaccaNew York City, NYJanuary 08, 1919Machine Shop Truck Unit 312 MTCGiuseppe Bilello (alias Giuseppe Bilella) was born in the village of Sciacca in or about 1892 to Giovanni and Maria Maltese. He emigrated to America in 1894 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Chaffeur for the Jackson Bros.. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2353814 and he was assigned to the Machine Shop Truck Unit 312 MTC, Company M. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on January 08, 1919 in France and his death was notified to his brother Francesco (Frank) in New York and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoBillera1892SciaccaNorristown, PAFebruary 19, 1919491st QMCVincenzo Billera was born in the village of Sciacca in or about 1892 to Calogero and Elisabetta Fazio. He emigrated to America in 1906, 1914 and settled in Norristown, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Alan Wood Iron & Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4077643 and he was assigned to the 491st QMC, Supply Company. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on February 19, 1919 in France ; he is buried in Norristown, PA in the Saint Patrick Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Sister Anna
LuigiBillia1896BuroloNew York City, NYOctober 08, 1918Provisional Guard Camp HumphreysLuigi Billia was born in the village of Burolo in or about 1896 to Domenico Billia. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2607580 and he was assigned to the Provisional Guard Camp Humphreys, . He died of Influenza on October 08, 1918 while in training at Camp Humphreys and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CaesareBillonio1894BagnoregioKenosha, WIOctober 09, 1918Medical Provisional Unit 57Caesare Billonio was born in the village of Bagnoregio in or about 1894 to Giovanni Billonio. Emigrated to America he settled in Kenosha, WI where he worked as Laborer . He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3025335 and he was assigned to the Medical Provisional Unit 57, . He died of Disease on October 09, 1918 in Trevignano, Italy at field Hospital # 3 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Tr. Sch. Sn. Tr. 1 Dep. Div.
FrancescoBilotta1894CairanoPittsfield, MAJune 28, 1918325th Infantry82ndFrancesco Bilotta was born in the village of Cairano in or about 1894 to Giuseppe and Mariantonia D'Angelis. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Pittsfield, MA where he worked as Printing Machine for the General Electric Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 325th Infantry, Company E as part of the 82nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on June 28, 1918 ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded in the Toul Sector
FrancescoBinanti1897ViagrandePassaic, NJJuly 03, 1918114th Infantry29thFrancesco Binanti was born in the village of Viagrande in or about 1897 to Giuseppe Binanti. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Passaic, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1279506 and he was assigned to the 114th Infantry, Company A as part of the 29th Division. He died of Railroad Accident on July 03, 1918 in France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DonatoBiondiThomas Biondi1893CastelpetrosoBound Brook, NJOctober 20, 1918310th Infantry78thDonato Biondi (alias Thomas Biondi) was born in the village of Castelpetroso in or about 1893 to Domenico and Filomena Vacca. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Bound Brook, NJ where he worked as Machinist for the Bound Brook Oil-less bearing Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1764309 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company D as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 20, 1918 in Bois des Loges and his death was notified to his mother in Bound Brook, NJ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He lived in 20 Drake Street Boundbrook, NJ with his brothers Francesco and Salvatore; on papers his mother name was changed to Alice. The whole family would returned to Italy after the war with the exception of Salvatore who settled in New Jersey for good.
FilippoBiondi1891CampobassoBrooklyn, NYOctober 14, 19186th US Marine Corp2ndFilippo Biondi was born in the city of Campobasso in or about 1891. Emigrated to America he settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Brass Moulder for the Shafiro & Aaronson. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 161502 and he was assigned to the 6th US Marine Corp, Company 75th as part of the 2nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 14, 1918 Meuse Argonne; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded on October 9 and died on surgical complications after the amputation of his left leg.
LeopoldoBiondi1895PesciaSan Francisco, CAJune 30, 1919362nd Infantry91stLeopoldo Biondi was born in the village of Pescia in or about 1895 to Francesco Biondi. He emigrated to America in 1908 and settled in San Francisco, CA where he worked as Clerk for the Leson Bros.. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2782223 and he was assigned to the 362nd Infantry, Company K as part of the 91st Division. He died of Accident on June 30, 1919 ; he is buried in San Francisco, CA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised at Camp Lewis, Washington under the provisions of the congress act regarding foreign soldiers. In San Francisco he lived with his brother Franco who had immigrated with him back in 1908.
GioacchinoBiondolilloJacino Bondelino1895AliaBrooklyn, NYSeptember 27, 1918106th Infantry27thGioacchino Biondolillo (alias Jacino Bondelino ) was born in the village of Alia in or about 1895 to Domenico and Rosalia Cortese. He emigrated to America in 1897 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Elevator Runner for the E.B. Jordan. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in Brooklyn, NY with serial number 1206512 and he was assigned to the 106th Infantry, Company A as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Brooklyn; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His family settled first in Louisiana. The Mother's pilgrimage (as well as various census records) records his mother as Maria Calderano. Nevertheless his birth record from Alia matches exactly his draft card (Ferbruary 27, 1895).
CostantinoBirocci1888FerriereCharleroi, PAOctober 09, 1918111th Infantry28thCostantino Birocci was born in the village of Ferriere in or about 1888. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Charleroi, PA where he worked as Miner for the Youghiogheny and Ohio Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3627758 and he was assigned to the 111th Infantry, Company K as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 09, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His Service is recorded in Connecticut where he had is brother Giovanni listed as emergency contact in South Glastonbury.
AngeloBiscardi1888Marano MarchesatoKenosha, WI4th Infantry3dAngelo Biscardi was born in the village of Marano Marchesato in or about 1888. Emigrated to America he settled in Kenosha, WI where he worked as Laborer for the American Brass Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2047634 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company D as part of the 3d Division. He died of on ; he is buried in Chicago and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AlfredoBisignaniAlfred J.Bisignani1895Ortona a MareWaterbury, CTSeptember 19, 1918Bakery Co 307 QMCAlfredo Bisignani (alias Alfred J.Bisignani) was born in the village of Ortona a Mare in or about 1895 to Tommaso and Filomena Cardarelli. He emigrated to America in 1902 and settled in Waterbury, CT where he worked as Laborer for the Waterbury Manufacturing Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1670239 and he was assigned to the Bakery Co 307 QMC, . He died of Railroad Accident on September 19, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Jassup, PA; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalised at Camp Devens, MA under provision of the Congress Act regarding foreign soldiers.
CarmeloBlanco1893MilitelloLancaster, NYOctober 03, 1918311th Infantry78thCarmelo Blanco was born in the village of Militello in or about 1893 to Salvatore and Maria Concetta Belfiore. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Lancaster, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Gould Coupler Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2942118 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company C as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 03, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Initially reported missing (U.S. Official Bulletin November 17, 1918) then corrected as Killed in Action (U.S. Official Bulletin June 4, 1919). He was wounded and captured on September 26, 1918 and died of his wounds in captivity.
MicheleBlascoMile Blasco1891NicosiaChicago, ILNovember 12, 1918344th InfantryMichele Blasco (alias Mile Blasco) was born in the village of Nicosia in or about 1891 to Salvatore and Francesca La Porta. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Chicago, IL. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2826435 and he was assigned to the 344th Infantry, Company L. He died of wounds received in action on November 12, 1918 and his death was notified to his aunt Maria Maggio in Chicago; he is buried in Chicago, IL in the Mount Olivet Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CarmeloBloise1892San SostiGardnerville, NVOctober 08, 1918361st Infantry91stCarmelo Bloise was born in the village of San Sosti in or about 1892 to Maria Giuseppa Bloisi. Emigrated to America he settled in Gardnerville, NV where he worked as Farm Hand being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 361st Infantry, Company A as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 08, 1918 northwest of Gesnes and his death was notified to his brother Francesco (Frank) in Gustine, CA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoBlottaDomenico Blotto1895San SostiPhiladelphia, PAMay 27, 191816th Infantry1stDomenico Blotta (alias Domenico Blotto ) was born in the village of San Sosti in or about 1895. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Philadelphia, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 with serial number 44832 and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company M as part of the 1st Division. He died of wounds received in action on May 27, 1918 and his death was notified to his uncle Luigi Spagnuolo; he is buried in Glenside, PA in the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was cited for bravery in G.O. #1 1st Division January 1st 1920
Nicola FeliceBoccella1887CastelfranciBrockton, MAOctober 18, 19184th Infantry3rdNicola Felice Boccella was born in the village of Castelfranci in or about 1887 to Salvatore and Grazia Cilio. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Brockton, MA where he worked as Barber for the A. Maxim. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company F as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 18, 1918 northeast of Cunel ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SoccorsoBoccellaSecore Boccella1890CastelfranciPhiladelphia, PAOctober 17, 1918Medical Department Replacement GroupSoccorso Boccella (alias Secore Boccella) was born in the village of Castelfranci in or about 1890 to Luigi and Almerinda Boccella. He emigrated to America in 1918 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Gardener for the Philadelphia Storage Battery Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3048592 and he was assigned to the Medical Department Replacement Group, Company 1. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 17, 1918 while in training at Fort Oglethorpe, GA ; he is buried in Philadelphia and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Lorenzo Boccella in Philadelphia
GeorgeBocchino1891San Giorgio la MontagnaPassaic, NJFebruary 21, 1919308th Field Artillery78thGeorge Bocchino was born in the village of San Giorgio la Montagna in or about 1891. Emigrated to America he settled in Passaic, NJ where he worked as Machine Helper for the Magor Car Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2942128 and he was assigned to the 308th Field Artillery, Battery B as part of the 78th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on February 21, 1919 in France ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Ernesto
ClementeBoccia1885AvezzanoLa Follette, TNFebruary 24, 191911th Cas. Co.Clemente Boccia was born in the village of Avezzano in or about 1885. Emigrated to America he settled in La Follette, TN. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2903412 and he was assigned to the 11th Cas. Co., . He died of Pneumonia on February 24, 1919 in France ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Married with Ollie
GiovanniBoggiano1893ChiavariStockton, CA#VALUE!63rd Infantry11thGiovanni Boggiano was born in the village of Chiavari in or about 1893 to Giovanni Boggiano. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Stockton, CA where he worked as Porter for the I & L. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 63rd Infantry, Company C as part of the 11th Division. He died of Disease on February 1918 while in training at Camp Mc Henry, MD and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RemoBoggio1896CossatoNew York City, NYAugust 30, 191851st PioneerRemo Boggio was born in the village of Cossato in or about 1896 to Ernesto Boggio. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Silversmith for the Baltimore Hotel. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3345965 and he was assigned to the 51st Pioneer , Company M. He was Killed in Action on August 30, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RaffaeleBoleaRaffalle Bolea1891ScannoRockland, MESeptember 29, 191839th Infantry4thRaffaele Bolea (alias Raffalle Bolea) was born in the village of Scanno in or about 1891 to Antonio Bolea. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Rockland, ME where he worked as Quarryman for the Rockland Rockport Lime Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 557201 and he was assigned to the 39th Infantry, Company K as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBolla1888Stella San MartinoSacramento, CASeptember 26, 1918363rd Infantry91stGiuseppe Bolla was born in the village of Stella San Martino in or about 1888 to Bartolomeo and Giovanna Tarigo. Emigrated to America he settled in Sacramento, CA where he started his own business as Garbage Man. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 363rd Infantry, Company M as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Pietro in Oakland, CA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FeliceBollattoRichard Bollatto1888Salassa CanaveseEssex, ILAugust 11, 1918132nd Infantry33rdFelice Bollatto (alias Richard Bollatto) was born in the village of Salassa Canavese in or about 1888 to Pietro and Maria Bencitore. Emigrated to America he settled in Essex, IL where he worked as Section Hand for the CCC & St. Louis Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 132nd Infantry, Company K as part of the 33rd Division. He died of wounds received in action on August 11, 1918 near Chipilly Ridge ; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SanteBollici1888ColmuranoJoliet, ILOctober 14, 1918121st InfantrySante Bollici was born in the village of Colmurano in or about 1888 to Angelo Bollici. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Joliet, IL where he worked as Brick Layer Helper for the John Losho Contractor. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 121st Infantry, Company C. He died of Disease on October 14, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Brooklyn, NY in the Cypress Hill National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Luciano AttilioBomben1894ZoppolaPorterville, CAOctober 10, 1918361st Infantry91stLuciano Attilio Bomben was born in the village of Zoppola in or about 1894 to Francesco Bomben. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Porterville, CA where he worked as Miner for the Lindsay mining Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 361st Infantry, as part of the 91st Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 10, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised at Camp Merritt, NJ under provisions of the Congress Act on foreign soldiers.
FrancescoBommaritoFrancesco Bommareto1893PalermoBrooklyn, NYOctober 07, 1918Development Bn. 6 Camp UptonFrancesco Bommarito (alias Francesco Bommareto ) was born in the village of Palermo in or about 1893. Emigrated to America he settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Tailor for the Robertson & Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3200900 and he was assigned to the Development Bn. 6 Camp Upton, Company 7. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 07, 1918 while in training at Camp Upton, NY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Stefano, check family tree for father
NicolaBonadies1893Sessa CilentoNewark, NJOctober 17, 1918309th Infantry78thNicola Bonadies was born in the village of Sessa Cilento in or about 1893 to Carmelo Bonadies. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Newark, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2406819 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company L as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoBonaminioVincent Bonaminio1896Montenero Val CocchiaraLorain, OHOctober 04, 1918158th Depot BrigadeVincenzo Bonaminio (alias Vincent Bonaminio) was born in the village of Montenero Val Cocchiara in or about 1896 to Carlo Bonaminio. Emigrated to America he settled in Lorain, OH where he worked as Laborer for the Lorain Coal and Dock Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3854855 and he was assigned to the 158th Depot Brigade, Company 1. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 04, 1918 while in training at Camp Sherman, OH ; he is buried in Lorain, OH in the Calvary Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. 1315 Eight Street Lorain, OH
AnacletoBonanni1887OvindoliGeneva, NYJune 27, 191823rd Infantry2ndAnacleto Bonanni was born in the village of Ovindoli in or about 1887 to Sabatino Bonanni. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Geneva, NY where he worked as Mason for the James Holland. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 51476 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company I as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on June 27, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Mary Bonanni in Ovindoli
AdolfoBonasorteDelphino Bonasorte1890OrvietoRochester, NYJanuary 20, 1919346th Infanty87thAdolfo Bonasorte (alias Delphino Bonasorte) was born in the village of Orvieto in or about 1890 to Pietro Bonasorte. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Rochester, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3722758 and he was assigned to the 346th Infanty, Company F as part of the 87th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on January 20, 1919 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. On service card name badly mispelled to Bowasack. On Albo registered as Adolfo, on card and ship manifest as Delfino (maybe Adolfino?)
Giovanni BattistaBonaventura1893CeccanoOrefield, PAOctober 30, 1918Motor Repair Shop Det. Ambulance ServiceGiovanni Battista Bonaventura was born in the village of Ceccano in or about 1893 to Franco and Maria Bonaventura. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Orefield, PA where he worked as Packer for the Lehigh Portland Cement Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2531526 and he was assigned to the Motor Repair Shop Det. Ambulance Service, . He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 30, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He served supporting the italian Army with the ambulances (same as Hemingway)
TommasoBonavogliaThomas Bonavoglia1891AviglianoDunmore, PAFebruary 20, 1919Provisional Replacement BattalionTommaso Bonavoglia (alias Thomas Bonavoglia) was born in the village of Avigliano in or about 1891 to Vincenzo and Angela Maria Cortese. Emigrated to America he settled in Dunmore, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Delaware Lackawanna and Western Rail Road Company shops in Scranton. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3629278 and he was assigned to the Provisional Replacement Battalion, Company D. He died of Accidental drowning on February 20, 1919 in France and his death was notified to his father in Dunmore, PA; he is buried in Dunmore, PA in the Mount Carmel Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoBonettiVincenzo Benitto1895Roccella IonicaBrooklyn, NYJuly 18, 19189th Infantry2ndVincenzo Bonetti (alias Vincenzo Benitto ) was born in the village of Roccella Ionica in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in Brooklyn, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 40123 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company I as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Abandoned by his parents he was found wrapped in linen on November 21st 1895 by Carmela Fameli and given the name Bonetti.
ScipioBonisolliScipi Bonisolli1899TorboleBurgettstown, PAJuly 25, 191830th Infantry3rdScipio Bonisolli (alias Scipi Bonisolli) was born in the village of Torbole in or about 1899 to Augusto and Gisella Civettini. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Burgettstown, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on April 1917 in Columbus Barracks, OH with serial number 544307 and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Machine Gun Company as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 25, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Slovan, PA; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniBonoJohn Bono1895MontelepreEast Detroit, MIAugust 10, 191847th Infantry4thGiovanni Bono (alias John Bono) was born in the village of Montelepre in or about 1895 to Mariano Bono. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in East Detroit, MI where he worked as Laborer for the American Auto Trimming Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2021296 and he was assigned to the 47th Infantry, Company F as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 10, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBonoJoe Bono1895SciaccaNew York City, NYOctober 15, 191838th Infantry3rdGiuseppe Bono (alias Joe Bono) was born in the village of Sciacca in or about 1895 to Giuseppe and Vincenza Belletti. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 552598 and he was assigned to the 38th Infantry, Company M as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 15, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Pellegrino (Billie) in New York City; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Enlisted.
AndreaBonomiAndrew Bonami1896MontefortinoRockford, ILOctober 03, 1918130th Infantry33rdAndrea Bonomi (alias Andrew Bonami ) was born in the village of Montefortino in or about 1896. Emigrated to America he settled in Rockford, IL where he worked as Laborer for the Emersons. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 130th Infantry, as part of the 33rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Raffaele Bonami in Italy
GiorgioBonomo1891ModicaBridgeport, CTOctober 06, 191858th Infantry4thGiorgio Bonomo was born in the village of Modica in or about 1891 to Michele Bonomo. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Bridgeport, CT where he worked as Machinist for the Remington Ammunition Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2673457 and he was assigned to the 58th Infantry, Company C as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 in the vicinity of the Bois de Fays and his death was notified to his uncle Pietro Bonomo in Bridgeport, CT; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GelindoBoraschi1889PalanzanoNapa, CAJuly 31, 1918125th Infantry32ndGelindo Boraschi was born in the village of Palanzano in or about 1889 to Agostino and Costanza Boraschi. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Napa, CA where he worked as Laborer for the Napa City Water Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 125th Infantry, Company H as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 31, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LudovicoBorelliLudowico Borelli1895RoccagorgaBridgeport, CTApril 10, 1918102nd Infantry26thLudovico Borelli (alias Ludowico Borelli) was born in the village of Roccagorga in or about 1895 to Valerio Borelli. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Bridgeport, CT. He volunteered in the American Army on May 1917 in New Haven, CT with serial number 63870 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Company B as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on April 10, 1918 Bois Brûlé during the operations in the Toul-Boucq Sector and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBorrelli1890Pignataro MaggioreRochester, NYJanuary 20, 191959th PioneerGiuseppe Borrelli was born in the village of Pignataro Maggiore in or about 1890 to Giorgio Borrelli. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Rochester, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Electric Light Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3678739 and he was assigned to the 59th Pioneer, Company E. He died of Tubercolosis on January 20, 1919 in the U.S. Hospital 38, in France ; he is buried in Nantes in the American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngeloBorrello1895Sant'Agata D'EsaroNorwich, NYOctober 06, 19186th Ammunition Train6thAngelo Borrello was born in the village of Sant'Agata D'Esaro in or about 1895 to Gaetano Borrello. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Norwich, NY where he worked as Machine Operator for the Norwich Knitting Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3188592 and he was assigned to the 6th Ammunition Train, Company D as part of the 6th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Andrea ValentinoBortolotti1888ValflorianoGeorgetown, COJuly 28, 1918109th Infantry28thAndrea Valentino Bortolotti was born in the village of Valfloriano in or about 1888 to Antonio Bortolotti. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Georgetown, CO where he worked as Miner. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1227742 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company M as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 28, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Born on November 24, 1888 (Confirmed) mother Maria Girardi.. The Colorado Freedom Memorial reports his DOD as August 6
DonatoBortoneDonato Bartone1891TroiaBrooklyn, NYJuly 19, 191816th Infantry1stDonato Bortone (alias Donato Bartone ) was born in the village of Troia in or about 1891 to Lorenzo Bortone . Emigrated to America he settled in Brooklyn, NY being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft . He was inducted in the Army with serial number 42723 and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company E as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 19, 1918 in Soissons ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Lucia Panichella - cited in GO 1 1 Div - 01.01.20
NicolaBorzacchiello1887PietramelaraNewark, NJSeptember 15, 1918328th Infantry82ndNicola Borzacchiello was born in the village of Pietramelara in or about 1887 to Giovanni Borzacchiello. Emigrated to America he settled in Newark, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3911380 and he was assigned to the 328th Infantry, Company M as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on September 15, 1918 in Vandiers . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBorzilloJoseph Borzillo1894CasalduniWatervliet, NYOctober 17, 1918326th Infantry82ndGiuseppe Borzillo (alias Joseph Borzillo) was born in the village of Casalduni in or about 1894 to Giovanni Borzillo. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Watervliet, NY where he worked as Drill Runner for the James Stewart Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1902918 and he was assigned to the 326th Infantry, Company L as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact his brother Angelo
AgostinoBosa1886AsoloSan Francisco, CANovember 10, 1918322nd Infantry81stAgostino Bosa was born in the village of Asolo in or about 1886 to Domenico Bosa. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in San Francisco, CA where he worked as Laborer for the South City Shipyards. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3143350 and he was assigned to the 322nd Infantry, Company F as part of the 81st Division. He was Killed in Action on November 10, 1918 near Moranville in the Sommedieue Sector during the during the third phase of the Meuse Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his sister Angela in San Francisco; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised in Camp Kearny, CA under the provisions of the Congress Act on foreign soldiers.
Dionisio VitoBoscoVitt Bosco1890ArpaisePerth Amboy, NJNovember 06, 1918311th Infantry78thDionisio Vito Bosco (alias Vitt Bosco) was born in the village of Arpaise in or about 1890 to Diomede and Maria Garganese. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Perth Amboy, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Raritan Copper Works. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2409895 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngeloBosser1888GresaCoaldale, PAOctober 12, 19182nd Training Battalion Camp GreenleafAngelo Bosser was born in the city of Gresa in or about 1888. Emigrated to America he settled in Coaldale, PA where he worked as Miner for the Lehigh Coal & Navigation Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4440465 and he was assigned to the 2nd Training Battalion Camp Greenleaf, . He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 12, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His death was notified to Daniel Joseph Malloy, a Saloon keeper of Coaldale, PA.
VittorioBossolo1890AtriLansford, PAOctober 23, 1918Ord Det Aberdeen Proving GroundsVittorio Bossolo was born in the village of Atri in or about 1890 to Giuseppe Bossolo. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Lansford, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Atlas Powder Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3180589 and he was assigned to the Ord Det Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Company H. He died of Influenza on October 23, 1918 in the Aberdeen Proving Ground Post Hospital and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Elisabetta
GiovanniBottaro1895VogognaBarre, VTOctober 24, 1918116th Infantry29thGiovanni Bottaro was born in the village of Vogogna in or about 1895 to Pietro Bottaro. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Barre, VT where he worked as Stone Cutter for the Barre Granite Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 369020 and he was assigned to the 116th Infantry, Company G as part of the 29th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 24, 1918 ; he is buried in Italy and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GuidoBottero1890MillesimoNew Haven, CTDecember 05, 1918Sch Co 123 Main Tng Dep MG CenterGuido Bottero was born in the village of Millesimo in or about 1890 to Francesco and Cecilia Bottero. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New Haven, CT where he worked as Wood worker for the H.G. Shepard & Sons. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 271444 and he was assigned to the Sch Co 123 Main Tng Dep MG Center, . He died of Pneumonia on December 05, 1918 while in training at Camp Hancock, GA and his death was notified to his mother in Italy . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CosimoBova Conti1893Termini ImereseChicago, ILOctober 18, 1918Camp Gordon Replacement DraftCosimo Bova Conti was born in the village of Termini Imerese in or about 1893 to Maria Pedone. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the City of Chicago (3rd district). He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3503510 and he was assigned to the Camp Gordon Replacement Draft, Company 18. He died of Disease on October 18, 1918 in England ; he is buried in Rock Island, IL in the Rock Island National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Originally buried US Military Cemetery Magdalen Hill, Winchester England, probably died on transit to France
CarloBove1895ArpinoJohnsville, NYApril 23, 1918303rd InfantryCarlo Bove was born in the village of Arpino in or about 1895 to Luigi Bove. Emigrated to America he settled in Johnsville, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Frank Carroll Contractors. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1660144 and he was assigned to the 303rd Infantry, Company D. He died of Meningitis on April 23, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBovettiJoe Bovetti1889Bene VagiennaWilburton, OKOctober 10, 1918115th Infantry29thGiuseppe Bovetti (alias Joe Bovetti) was born in the village of Bene Vagienna in or about 1889 to Marco Bovetti. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Wilburton, OK where he worked as Coal Miner for the Dognan Mc-Donnel Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 115th Infantry, Company K as part of the 29th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 10, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PietroBovino1892IserniaPrinceton, NJFebruary 05, 1919346th InfantyPietro Bovino was born in the village of Isernia in or about 1892 to m. Lucia Bovino. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Princeton, NJ where he started his own business as Printer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2960241 and he was assigned to the 346th Infanty, Company L. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on February 05, 1919 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleBracciaMichele Bracco1894Sant'Angelo dei LombardiBrooklyn, NYSeptember 27, 1918106th Infantry27thMichele Braccia (alias Michele Bracco ) was born in the village of Sant'Angelo dei Lombardi in or about 1894 to Rocco and Rosaria Basso. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Elevator Runner for the Board of elections. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in Brooklyn with serial number 1207193 and he was assigned to the 106th Infantry, Company D as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoBragilio1892Ossining, NYOctober 17, 1918311th Infantry78thDomenico Bragilio was bornin or about 1892. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Ossining, NY where he worked as Farm Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2451194 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company F as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. 1910 census (Essex NJ) Bragalio, 1915 census (Ossining) Bracagali. Possibly Bracaglio, last name common in Frosinone. Notification of his death was given to Anna and Pasquale Pross (Prozzo) in Ossining, Domenico was living with them at the time of induction.
NunzioBramantiNunzio Bramanto1891CassaroPhiladelphia, PASeptember 29, 1918316th Infantry79thNunzio Bramanti (alias Nunzio Bramanto ) was born in the village of Cassaro in or about 1891 to Salvatore Bramanti . He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Cabinet Maker for the Victor Talking Machine Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3105154 and he was assigned to the 316th Infantry, Company B as part of the 79th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 In the vicinity of Bois 268 during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his brother Gaetano in Philadelphia; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AlfredoBranchini1894PergolaIron River, MIJuly 31, 1918125th Infantry32ndAlfredo Branchini was born in the village of Pergola in or about 1894 to Nazzareno Branchini. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Iron River, MI where he worked as Miner for the Davidson Orr Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 125th Infantry, Company L as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 31, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified sister Wilma
VincenzoBrandolini1893Castiglione a CasauriaNew Haven, CTFebruary 18, 191979th Field ArtilleryVincenzo Brandolini was born in the village of Castiglione a Casauria in or about 1893 to Massimantonio and Elisabetta Olivieri. Emigrated to America he settled in New Haven, CT where he worked as Laborer for the ACME Wire Company. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 1406667 and he was assigned to the 79th Field Artillery, Headquarters Company. He died of Accident on February 18, 1919 and his death was notified to his brother Matteo in New Haven, CT; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Died of asphyxation in billet.
DomenicoBressiDominick Bressy1895CatanzaroNew York City, NYOctober 16, 1918312th Infantry78thDomenico Bressi (alias Dominick Bressy ) was born in the village of Catanzaro in or about 1895 to Pasquale Antonio Bressi . He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the New York Central Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2450351 and he was assigned to the 312th Infantry, Company A as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 16, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Born on Nov 8, 1895 from Pasquale Antonio and Marianna Mirante. Card reports Rosario as father
DomenicoBrienza1892ForenzaBrookville, PAFebruary 25, 1919Special Operation ServicesDomenico Brienza was born in the village of Forenza in or about 1892 to Antonio and Michela Abruzzese Cataldo. Emigrated to America he settled in Brookville, PA where he started his own business as Shoemaker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4110800 and he was assigned to the Special Operation Services, Company Printing Co.. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on February 25, 1919 ; he is buried in Bloomfield, CT in the Mount Saint Benedict Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBrillantinoJoe Velanty1894Corleto PerticaraGrays Landing, PANovember 14, 1918319th Infantry80thGiuseppe Brillantino (alias Joe Velanty ) was born in the village of Corleto Perticara in or about 1894 to Maria Teresa Della Fortuna. Emigrated to America he settled in Grays Landing, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Consolidated Coal and Coke Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2663759 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company I as part of the 80th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 14, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was born on March 4, 1894 and found abandoned by Anna Maria Tortorelli and recognized later by his natural mother.
CostantinoBrindisi1893TeoraMetropolitan, NYSeptember 19, 1918Salvage Unit #301Costantino Brindisi was born in the village of Teora in or about 1893 to Nicola and Angela Alifano. He emigrated to America in 1901 and settled in Metropolitan, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Long Island Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3194906 and he was assigned to the Salvage Unit #301, . He died of Accidental discharge of bomb on September 19, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DonatoBrindisiDaniel Brindisi1897TeoraWillow Grove, PASeptember 27, 1918110th Infantry28thDonato Brindisi (alias Daniel Brindisi) was born in the village of Teora in or about 1897 to Pasquale and Maria Nicola Rosario. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Willow Grove, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on August 1917 in Philadelphia with serial number 1239709 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company B as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Willow Grove, PA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was killed by machine gun fire while advancing towards Montblainville.
NicolòBrizzi1894CuringaMilwaukee, WINovember 12, 19189th Infantry2ndNicolò Brizzi was born in the village of Curinga in or about 1894. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Milwaukee, WI where he worked as Laborer for the National Electric and Brake company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company E as part of the 2nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 12, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CarmeloBroccoloCarmen Broccolo1897BisignanoChicago, IL307th Sanitary Train82ndCarmelo Broccolo (alias Carmen Broccolo) was born in the village of Bisignano in or about 1897 to Francesco and Teresina Constabile. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Chicago, IL. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 307th Sanitary Train, Company 328 Amb. as part of the 82nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiulioBrovelliGulio Brovelli1889RancoSt. Helena, CAOctober 08, 1918109th Infantry28thGiulio Brovelli (alias Gulio Brovelli) was born in the village of Ranco in or about 1889 to Carlo and Maria Brovelli. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in St. Helena, CA where he worked as Laborer for the Vineyards. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company E as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 08, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He had three brothers (Giuseppe, Marcello and Pietro) in St. Helena, CA. He was naturalised in Camp Kearny under the provision of the Congress Act on Foreign Soldiers of May 1918.
AldoBruge1895LoretoVineland, NJOctober 26, 1918348th Infantry87thAldo Bruge was born in the village of Loreto in or about 1895 to Ercole and Elisa Tombolini. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Vineland, NJ where he worked as Shoemaker for the Chas Keighley & Son. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2950323 and he was assigned to the 348th Infantry, Company I as part of the 87th Division. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 26, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Vineland, NJ; he is buried in Vineland, NJ in the Sacred Heart Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Michele GiovanniBruniMichael Bruno1895CarlopoliNew Hartford, NYOctober 18, 1918312th Infantry78thMichele Giovanni Bruni (alias Michael Bruno) was born in the village of Carlopoli in or about 1895 to Vincenzo and Maria Grande. Emigrated to America he settled in New Hartford, NY where he worked as Spinner for the New Hartford Cotton Manufacturing Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1746701 and he was assigned to the 312th Infantry, Company A as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 18, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in New Hartford, NY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He lived with his mother, aunt and brothers Pasquale, Palmerino and sister Rosa.
LuigiBrunialtiLouis Brunialti1890Recoaro TermeSaint Louis, MOOctober 13, 1918Luigi Brunialti (alias Louis Brunialti) was born in the village of Recoaro Terme in or about 1890. Emigrated to America he settled in Saint Louis, MO. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3765407 . He died of Influenza on October 13, 1918 while in training at Camp McArthur, TX and his death was notified to his aunt Caterina (Carrie) Zulpo; he is buried in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AlfredoBruno1897SarnoYonkers, NYJune 17, 191816th Infantry1stAlfredo Bruno was born in the village of Sarno in or about 1897 to Gaetano and Speranza Anfiero. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Yonkers, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 43942 and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company K as part of the 1st Division. He died of wounds received in action on June 17, 1918 near Cantigny ; he is buried in Yonkers, NY in the Saint Joseph Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CarmineBrunoCarmeno Bruno1895Fiumefreddo BurzioBrooklyn, NYOctober 03, 19184th Infantry3rdCarmine Bruno (alias Carmeno Bruno) was born in the village of Fiumefreddo Burzio in or about 1895 to Pasquale Bruno. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Brooklyn, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2338642 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company E as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
ConcezioBruno1887RoccaspinalvetiButler, NJNovember 01, 1918309th Infantry78thConcezio Bruno was born in the village of Roccaspinalveti in or about 1887 to Angelo Bruno. He emigrated to America in 1903 and settled in Butler, NJ where he started his own business as Boot Black. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2408072 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company M as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 01, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Wife Domenica
GiovanniBrunoJohn Bruno1896Altavilla IrpinaPhiladelphia, PAOctober 17, 19184th Field Artillery Brigade4thGiovanni Bruno (alias John Bruno) was born in the village of Altavilla Irpina in or about 1896 to Domenico Antonio and Isabella Caruso. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Fireman for the Flaxton Glass Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 562756 and he was assigned to the 4th Field Artillery Brigade, Headquarters Company as part of the 4th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 17, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Gaetano in Verona, PA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBrunoJoseph Bruno1892CastelvetranoHartford, CTOctober 16, 1918327th Infantry82ndGiuseppe Bruno (alias Joseph Bruno) was born in the village of Castelvetrano in or about 1892 to Francesco and Caterina Pultro. Emigrated to America he settled in Hartford, CT where he worked as Carpet weaver for the Bigelow Carpet Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1907302 and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company H as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 16, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Thompsonville, CT; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBrunoGuiseppe Bruno1896Belmonte MezzagnoPhiladelphia, PAOctober 22, 1918145th Infantry37thGiuseppe Bruno (alias Guiseppe Bruno) was born in the village of Belmonte Mezzagno in or about 1896 to Giuseppe Bruno. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 270823 and he was assigned to the 145th Infantry, Company G as part of the 37th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 22, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Giovanna Pizzo. Notified uncle Jake Santangelo. On pension claim states died in action on November 2, on service card disease
LetterioBrunoCharles Bruno1893MilazzoMillville, NJNovember 29, 1918110th Infantry28thLetterio Bruno (alias Charles Bruno) was born in the village of Milazzo in or about 1893 to Nicolò and Erminia Randazzo. Emigrated to America he settled in Millville, NJ where he started his own business as Barber. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1239710 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company B as part of the 28th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 29, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Millville, NJ and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He died in the field hospital #4 of a gunshot wound on the right side of the torax received in action on September 26, near Verennes during the first phase of the Meuse Argonne Offensive
PeterBruno1891Udine? Gradisca?Duluth, MNOctober 21, 1918128th Infantry32ndPeter Bruno was born in the city of Udine? Gradisca? in or about 1891 to Antonio Bruno. Emigrated to America he settled in Duluth, MN where he worked as Moulder for the Minnesota Radiator Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 128th Infantry, Company E as part of the 32nd Division. He died of Disease on October 21, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreBrunoSam Bruno1893San CataldoNew York City, NYOctober 09, 191823rd Infantry2ndSalvatore Bruno (alias Sam Bruno) was born in the village of San Cataldo in or about 1893 to Rosario Bruno. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Elevator Operator for the Montefiore Home Care. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 49752 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company B as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 09, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Salvatore FrancescoBrunoFrank Bruno1893Petralia SopranaNew York City, NYFebruary 05, 1918213th Aero SquadSalvatore Francesco Bruno (alias Frank Bruno) was born in the village of Petralia Soprana in or about 1893 to Francesco Bruno. He emigrated to America in 1898 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Mechanic. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 213th Aero Squad, . He died in the Sinking of the Tuscania on February 05, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Maria Pietra see NY times article February 8, 1918. Born October 8, 1893 (Confirmed)
NicomedeBruzzeseNick Bruzzese1893MammolaMilwaukie, ORNovember 11, 1918323rd Infantry81stNicomede Bruzzese (alias Nick Bruzzese) was born in the village of Mammola in or about 1893 to Francesco and Angela Manese. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Milwaukie, OR where he started his own business as Farmer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 323rd Infantry, as part of the 81st Division. He was Killed in Action on November 11, 1918 in the vicinity of Grimaucourt in the Sommedieue Sector during the during the third phase of the Meuse Argonne offensive; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioBruzzìAntonio Brussi1891CittanovaJersey City, NJJuly 15, 191838th Infantry3rdAntonio Bruzzì (alias Antonio Brussi ) was born in the village of Cittanova in or about 1891. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Jersey City, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Charles T. Kavanagh Inc.. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 550945 and he was assigned to the 38th Infantry, Company F as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 East of Mézy, in the vicinity of Surmelin River during the second battle of the Marne; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiBryerLouis Brier1894DouesSilt, COOctober 20, 1918355th Infantry89thLuigi Bryer (alias Louis Brier ) was born in the village of Doues in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Silt, CO where he worked as Farm Laborer for the Luigi Bosco. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 355th Infantry, Company H as part of the 89th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 20, 1918 in Bois de Bantheville ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His death was notified to his sister Clemenza Bryer, who was married with Alvin Sloss in Sloss CO.
NicolòBua1889Montalbano EliconaMedina, NYOctober 16, 1918309th Infantry78thNicolò Bua was born in the village of Montalbano Elicona in or about 1889 to Carmelo Bua. Emigrated to America he settled in Medina, NY where he worked as Laborer for the H.J. Heinz Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1750246 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company M as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 16, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EnricoBuccioneEnrico Bucione1892SerramonacescaNaginey, PAOctober 02, 1918112th Infantry28thEnrico Buccione (alias Enrico Bucione ) was born in the village of Serramonacesca in or about 1892 to Pasquale and Crocifissa Buccione. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Naginey, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Lewiston, PA with serial number 1246268 and he was assigned to the 112th Infantry, Supply Company as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 02, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvinoBufanio1895Nocera InferioreNewark, NJOctober 22, 1918312th Infantry78thSalvino Bufanio was born in the village of Nocera Inferiore in or about 1895 to Fortunato Bufanio. Emigrated to America he settled in Newark, NJ where he worked as Painter for the Ciro Santanelli. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1750994 and he was assigned to the 312th Infantry, Company H as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 22, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His body returned to US and the casket was left on the front porch of his father house.
AngeloBufano1895Martina FrancaNew York City, NYOctober 20, 191811th Infantry5thAngelo Bufano was born in the village of Martina Franca in or about 1895 to Antonio and Grazia Natale. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 734686 and he was assigned to the 11th Infantry, Company B as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 20, 1918 during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeBuffa1893Mazzara del ValloBrooklyn, NYNovember 06, 1918311th Infantry78thGiuseppe Buffa was born in the village of Mazzara del Vallo in or about 1893 to Gaetano and Giuseppina Giacalone. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Florist. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2451338 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company M as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 06, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Brooklyn and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
BattistaBuffoBaptist Buffo1890PrascorsanoSweetwater, WYOctober 17, 1918Battista Buffo (alias Baptist Buffo) was born in the village of Prascorsano in or about 1890 to Michele Buffo. He emigrated to America in 1898 and settled in Sweetwater, WY where he worked as Coal Miner for the Gunn Quealy Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army . He died of Influenza on October 17, 1918 while in training at Camp Railey, KS ; he is buried in Louisville, CO in the Louisville Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Maria. Photo on Ancestry attached to familytree of Baptist Buffo
GiuseppeBulleri1892MarginoniEllensburg, WAJuly 19, 191816th Infantry1stGiuseppe Bulleri was born in the village of Marginoni in or about 1892 to Antonio Bulleri. He emigrated to America in 1907-1909 and settled in Ellensburg, WA where he started his own business as Farmer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Machine Gun Company as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 19, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Pietro Bulleri in Ellensburg. ABMC reports him as belonging to the 4th MG Battalion attached to the 2nd Division while in the 2nd Div. Roll of Honor does not apperar. Several other Bulleri are in Ellensburg, see Washington Digital Archives
DomenicoBulzoni1894CinquefrondiBoston, MAJune 15, 191923rd Infantry2ndDomenico Bulzoni was born in the village of Cinquefrondi in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Boston, MA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 50739 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company F as part of the 2nd Division. He died of Disease on June 15, 1919 in Koblenz, Germany ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioBuono1896LapioBoston, MAOctober 09, 19189th Infantry2ndAntonio Buono was born in the village of Lapio in or about 1896 to Michelangelo and Loretta Buono. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Boston, MA where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company E as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 09, 1918 in the vicinity of St. Etienne ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Possibly from Luogosano. Mother Loretta. Brother of Angiolina Ash, Michele and Carmela
FrancescoBuonoFrank Buono1894PizzoniBraddock, PASeptember 19, 1918154th Depot BrigadeFrancesco Buono (alias Frank Buono) was born in the village of Pizzoni in or about 1894 to Nicolo Buono. Emigrated to America he settled in Braddock, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Carnegie Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1851022 and he was assigned to the 154th Depot Brigade, Company 9. He died of Brain Abscess on September 19, 1918 while in training at Camp Meade, MD and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Palma Alemanno. Check on familysearch location if Franco or Francesco
FrancescoBurroFrank Burro1891Castel MorroneNew Haven, CTOctober 19, 19189th Artillery TrainingFrancesco Burro (alias Frank Burro) was born in the village of Castel Morrone in or about 1891 to Vincenzo and Maria Mandata. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in New Haven, CT where he worked as Aircraft Mechanic for the Connecticut Aircraft Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3597980 and he was assigned to the 9th Artillery Training, Company D. He died of Influenza on October 19, 1918 while in training at Camp McClellan, AL and his death was notified to his brother Antonio in New Haven, CT; he is buried in New Haven, Saint Lawrence Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was a veteran of the Italian-Turkish war in 1912 in Lybia. At the time of the draft he was working as a laborer for the New York New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, based in New Haven, the new information about his occupation was given by his brother who filed the Connecticut Military questionnaire after the war
SalvatoreBuscemaSalvatore Buscemo1894Santa Croce CamerinaNew York City, NYAugust 30, 1918105th Infantry27thSalvatore Buscema (alias Salvatore Buscemo ) was born in the village of Santa Croce Camerina in or about 1894 to Paolo Buscema . He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Goldberg Button Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2672824 and he was assigned to the 105th Infantry, Company M as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 30, 1918 in the vicinity of Dikkebus Lake during the Ypres-Lys offensive; he is buried in Waregem, Flanders Field American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Killed by shell while on guard duty in the trenches by Dikkebus Lake. Brother Antonio, mother Raffaella Agnello. Born on May 1st, 1894 (Confirmed)
AlfonsoButera1891MontapertoNiagara Falls, NYJuly 15, 19187th Infantry3rdAlfonso Butera was born in the village of Montaperto in or about 1891 to Salvatore Butera. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Niagara Falls, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Carborundum Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 543149 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company M as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 in the vicinity of Fossoy 2nd battle of the Marne; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniButeraJohn Butero1891GrotteArchbald, PAJune 18, 191860th Infantry5thGiovanni Butera (alias John Butero ) was born in the village of Grotte in or about 1891 to Calogero Butera . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Archbald, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Delaware Hudson Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2383785 and he was assigned to the 60th Infantry, Company G as part of the 5th Division. He died of wounds received in action on June 18, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact "friend" Dick Butero in Indiana, PA. He was wounded in the Arnould sector
CostanzoButiCharlie Buti1885GalleseLima, OHSeptember 29, 1918145th Infantry37thCostanzo Buti (alias Charlie Buti) was born in the village of Gallese in or about 1885 to Luigi Buti. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Lima, OH. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1519951 and he was assigned to the 145th Infantry, Company M as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EugenioCabrini1889AlsenoDetroit, MIAugust 06, 1918125th Infantry32ndEugenio Cabrini was born in the village of Alseno in or about 1889. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Detroit, MI where he worked as Unemployed. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 125th Infantry, as part of the 32nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on August 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He arrived to US with his brother Antonio to meet with his sister Corinna in Mishawaka, IN. She is notified of his death.
Gaspare PietroCabutto1888SavonaTucson, AZNovember 28, 1918353rd Infantry89thGaspare Pietro Cabutto was born in the village of Savona in or about 1888 to Natale and Eugenia Cabutto. He emigrated to America in 1897 and settled in Tucson, AZ where he worked as Survey Gang for the El Paso & South Western Rail Road Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2848734 and he was assigned to the 353rd Infantry, Company L as part of the 89th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 28, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was gassed on November 2nd in the vicinity of Bois de Bantheville during the final phase of the Meuse Argonne Offensive; initially thought missing he was admitted to a field hospital on November 17 and died shortly after for the effect of phosgene. His family was notified of his death in Stockton, CA where he entered service.
EmidioCacchioneEmil Cachione1895GuardiagreleNew York City, NYOctober 02, 1918305th Machine Gun Battalion77thEmidio Cacchione (alias Emil Cachione ) was born in the village of Guardiagrele in or about 1895 to Gaetano and Teresa Mastrocola. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Clerk for the Miller & Mondel. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1695470 and he was assigned to the 305th Machine Gun Battalion, as part of the 77th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 02, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Luigi in New York City; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoCaccia1893NapoliGladwyne, PADecember 19, 1917304th Ammunition TrainDomenico Caccia was born in the village of Napoli in or about 1893 to Gregorio Caccia. He emigrated to America in 1898 and settled in Gladwyne, PA where he worked as Chaffeur for the Samuel Rae. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 304th Ammunition Train, Headquarters Company. He died of Bronchitis on December 19, 1917 while in training at Camp Meade, MD ; he is buried in Havertown, PA in the Saint Denis Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Wife Regina Caccia in West Philadelphia. Mother Sofia
AlessandroCaccialinoAlexander Casseleano1897Sant'Arcangelo TrimonteBoston, MAMay 27, 1918101st Infantry26thAlessandro Caccialino (alias Alexander Casseleano) was born in the village of Sant'Arcangelo Trimonte in or about 1897 to Carmine Caccialino. Emigrated to America he settled in Boston, MA. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 and he was assigned to the 101st Infantry, Company A as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on May 27, 1918 East of Flirey during the operations in the Toul-Boucq Sector . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He had a brother in Boston (Giuseppe)
DomenicoCacciola1893RoccalumeraWestfield, NJSeptember 17, 191833rd Field ArtilleryDomenico Cacciola was born in the village of Roccalumera in or about 1893 to Carmelo and Domenica Ancilla. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Westfield, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Bell Electric Motor Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 386861 and he was assigned to the 33rd Field Artillery, Battery F. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on September 17, 1918 while in training at Camp Dix or Camp Meade ; he is buried in Westfield, NJ in the Fairview Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Cacciola Place in Westfield is in his honor. Check possible other Domenico Cacciola in W VA
MenottiCacciolaSam M. Cassiola1890BassignanaMemphis, TNOctober 13, 1918119th Infantry30thMenotti Cacciola (alias Sam M. Cassiola ) was born in the village of Bassignana in or about 1890 to Ernesto Cacciola . Emigrated to America he settled in Memphis, TN. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 119th Infantry, Company C as part of the 30th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 13, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his sister Teresa Garrone living at Fraser Station, Memphis
GiagioCacioppoGeorge Cacioppo1892Santa MargheritaBrooklyn, NYOctober 27, 1918312th Infantry78thGiagio Cacioppo (alias George Cacioppo) was born in the village of Santa Margherita in or about 1892 to Pietro Cacioppo. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Street Cleaner for the Steet Cleaning Department. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2451380 and he was assigned to the 312th Infantry, Company K as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 27, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCadili1892TripiBoston, MASeptember 25, 191860th Infantry5thGiuseppe Cadili was born in the village of Tripi in or about 1892 to Vincenzo Cadili. Emigrated to America he settled in Boston, MA where he worked as Poultry dresser for the Orleans Market Poultry Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 60th Infantry, Company C as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 25, 1918 in the Domeure Area during the St. Mihiel Operation . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FilippoCafagnaPhilip Capogna1888CarbonaraChicago, ILOctober 10, 1918132nd Infantry33rdFilippo Cafagna (alias Philip Capogna ) was born in the village of Carbonara in or about 1888. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Chicago, IL. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 132nd Infantry, as part of the 33rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 10, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Nicola lived in Chicago. Notified Filomena in Carbonara
PellegrinoCafasso1893RoccabasceranaBound Brook, NJOctober 23, 1918113th Infantry29thPellegrino Cafasso was born in the village of Roccabascerana in or about 1893 to Biagio Cafasso. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Bound Brook, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the H.W. Johns Manville Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1278304 and he was assigned to the 113th Infantry, Company C as part of the 29th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 23, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreCalà1896RandazzoSyracuse, NYJuly 22, 191816th Infantry1stSalvatore Calà was born in the village of Randazzo in or about 1896. Emigrated to America he settled in Syracuse, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Onondaga Body Mfg. Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 42743 and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company E as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 22, 1918 near Soissons ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Sister Alfia Cala
Francesco PaoloCalabreseFrank Calabrese1886AlimenaClinton, IAOctober 09, 1918September Replacement DraftFrancesco Paolo Calabrese (alias Frank Calabrese) was born in the village of Alimena in or about 1886 to Gaetano and Nunzia Faulisi. He emigrated to America in 1903 and settled in Clinton, IA where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3810013 and he was assigned to the September Replacement Draft, Company 5. He died of Disease on October 09, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Hillside, IL in the Mount Carmel Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother Pasquale in Chicago who names his son after him.
RoccoCalabrese1895Ceglie del CampoMt. Solo, WAFebruary 05, 191820th EngineersRocco Calabrese was born in the village of Ceglie del Campo in or about 1895 to Francesco Calabrese. He emigrated to America in 1906-1913 and settled in Mt. Solo, WA where he worked as Foreman for the Inman Poulson Logging Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 20th Engineers, Company D. He died in the Sinking of the Tuscania on February 05, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCalabreseFrank Calabise1887CosenzaToledo, OHOctober 23, 1918147th Infantry37thFrancesco Calabrese (alias Frank Calabise ) was born in the village of Cosenza in or about 1887. Emigrated to America he settled in Toledo, OH where he worked as Metal Pourer for the Dochler Dye Casting Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1526296 and he was assigned to the 147th Infantry, Company H as part of the 37th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 23, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Bruno MariaCalabretta1888Serra San BrunoEllwood City, PAJanuary 07, 191858th Infantry4thBruno Maria Calabretta was born in the village of Serra San Bruno in or about 1888 to Bruno Calabretta. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Ellwood City, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Shelby Steel Tube Company. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Gettysburg, PA and he was assigned to the 58th Infantry, Company A as part of the 4th Division. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on January 07, 1918 while in training at Camp Greene, NC and his death was notified to his cousin Elisabetta Salarino in Elwood City, PA; he is buried in Ellwood City, PA in the Hoytdale Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His three sisters were married with three soldiers serving with the italian army.
GregorioCalabretta1890San SosteneRevere, MASeptember 26, 1918151st Depot BrigadeGregorio Calabretta was born in the village of San Sostene in or about 1890. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Revere, MA where he worked as Shoe Maker for the Thomas Plant Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 151st Depot Brigade, Company 44. He died of Disease on September 26, 1918 while in training at Camp Devens, MA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was living with Francesco Pietro Calabretta, born in 1887 to Saverio and Caterina Procopio.
GiuseppeCalabriaGiorakino Calabria1891ReitanoEaston, PAOctober 09, 1918163rd Infantry41stGiuseppe Calabria (alias Giorakino Calabria) was born in the village of Reitano in or about 1891 to Nicolò Calabria. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Easton, PA where he worked as Spinner for the R & H Simon Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3634560 and he was assigned to the 163rd Infantry, Company L as part of the 41st Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 09, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified sister Maria Calabria
VincenzoCalabro1888Casalvecchio SiculoNew York City, NYOctober 10, 191822nd InfantryVincenzo Calabro was born in the village of Casalvecchio Siculo in or about 1888 to Carmela Puzzoli. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Chaffeur for the Turner Con. Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 382865 and he was assigned to the 22nd Infantry, Company C. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 10, 1918 in the United States and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SantoCalabrò1891Motta San GiovanniBarnesboro, PAJanuary 07, 1919313th Field Artillery80thSanto Calabrò was born in the village of Motta San Giovanni in or about 1891 to Carmelo Calabrò. He emigrated to America in 1908 and settled in Barnesboro, PA where he worked as Miner for the Chapman Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1834500 and he was assigned to the 313th Field Artillery, Supply Company as part of the 80th Division. He died of Disease on January 07, 1919 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother Tony Calabro. Mother Cecilia Infortuna
VincenzoCalagna1894CorleoneNew York City, NYDecember 09, 191858th Artillery CACVincenzo Calagna was born in the village of Corleone in or about 1894 to Giuseppe Calagna. He emigrated to America in 1897 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Brush Maker for the Devoe & Reynolds Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 628703 and he was assigned to the 58th Artillery CAC, Battery D. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on December 09, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Giovanna Rumore, born 0n March 2, 1894 (confirmed)
AntonioCalandra1894San FratelloArlington, NJJanuary 16, 1919Training Detachment TroyAntonio Calandra was born in the village of San Fratello in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Arlington, NJ where he worked as Car House Helper for the New York Railway Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2742256 and he was assigned to the Training Detachment Troy, . He died of Pneumonia on January 16, 1919 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCalascioneFrank Calascione1887MilazzoPittsburgh, PANovember 01, 1918313th Field Artillery80thFrancesco Calascione (alias Frank Calascione) was born in the village of Milazzo in or about 1887. Emigrated to America he settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Pratts Foundry. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2706452 and he was assigned to the 313th Field Artillery, Battery F as part of the 80th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 01, 1918 in the vicinity of Grande Carrée Ferme ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother Salvatore in New Orleans, entered in "Soldiers of the great War" under Louisiana
GiuseppeCalautti1890S. Eufemia di Aspromonte, PAOctober 15, 191860th Infantry5thGiuseppe Calautti was born in the village of S. Eufemia di Aspromonte in or about 1890 to Cosimo Calautti. Emigrated to America he settled in , PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3628655 and he was assigned to the 60th Infantry, Company C as part of the 5th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 15, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AttilioCaldaroni1890Monte San Giovanni CampanoPhiladelphia, PADecember 25, 1918103rd Supply Train28thAttilio Caldaroni was born in the village of Monte San Giovanni Campano in or about 1890 to Luigi Caldaroni. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Struss Brick Yard. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1260649 and he was assigned to the 103rd Supply Train, Company F as part of the 28th Division. He died of Assassinated on December 25, 1918 in Dijon, at Base Hospital #17 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Antonia Nasci. Found dying in Dijon where he was on leave with gunshot wounds in the head, shoulder and groin. Died at 2:30 AM
VittorioCaldart1889SospiroloBingham, UTOctober 03, 191847th Infantry4thVittorio Caldart was born in the village of Sospirolo in or about 1889 to Alvise Caldart. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Bingham, UT where he worked as Leason for the Utah-Apex Mining Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2250012 and he was assigned to the 47th Infantry, Company H as part of the 4th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CarloCalderara1889BisuschioMilford, NHNovember 01, 1918319th Infantry80thCarlo Calderara was born in the village of Bisuschio in or about 1889 to Giuseppe Calderara. Emigrated to America he settled in Milford, NH where he worked as Stone Cutter for the New Westerly Granite Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company F as part of the 80th Division. He died of DW rifle shot on November 01, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DonatoCalicchio1889Torre OrsaiaKenosha, WIOctober 05, 19187th Infantry3rdDonato Calicchio was born in the village of Torre Orsaia in or about 1889 to Antonio? Calicchio. He emigrated to America in 1912? and settled in Kenosha, WI where he worked as Laborer for the American Brass Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2825803 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company H as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Sister Gaetana Abate, 802 Market street Kenosha. Entered service May 28, 1918.
FrancescoCalimeriFrank Calimeri1899TortoriciAuburn, NYSeptember 28, 1918108th Infantry27thFrancesco Calimeri (alias Frank Calimeri) was born in the village of Tortorici in or about 1899 to Francesco and Signorina Franchina. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Auburn, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on April 1917 in Auburn with serial number 1215987 and he was assigned to the 108th Infantry, Company M as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 28, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Antonino in Auburn, NY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His body was originally buried in Saint Emile, France.
AntoninoCalivàTony Calliva1890Piana dei GreciEaston, PANovember 01, 1918314th Field Artillery80thAntonino Calivà (alias Tony Calliva ) was born in the village of Piana dei Greci in or about 1890 to Antonino Mariano Calivà . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Easton, PA where he worked as Stone Mason for the Pennsylvania Utilities Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2442501 and he was assigned to the 314th Field Artillery, Battery E as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Born August 30th, 1890 (confirmed). Mother Giuseppa Mandalà
DomenicoCallariDomenico Calleri1894Geraci SiculoPassaic, NJOctober 22, 1918312th Infantry78thDomenico Callari (alias Domenico Calleri ) was born in the village of Geraci Siculo in or about 1894. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Passaic, NJ where he worked as Machinist Helper for the ERR. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1762617 and he was assigned to the 312th Infantry, Company B as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 22, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Maybe father Giosue'
GiuseppeCallariGiuseppe Calleri1887Sutera (Milocca)Wyoming, PAOctober 08, 1918361st Infantry91stGiuseppe Callari (alias Giuseppe Calleri ) was born in the village of Sutera (Milocca) in or about 1887 to Giuseppe and Angelica Callari . He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Wyoming, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3636248 and he was assigned to the 361st Infantry, Company I as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 08, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Giovan (John) in Berwick, PA . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoCalleo1888VenafroPhiladelphia, PASeptember 29, 191854th Pioneer6thDomenico Calleo was born in the village of Venafro in or about 1888 to Antonio Calleo. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Pennsylvania Rail Road Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3352974 and he was assigned to the 54th Pioneer, Company E as part of the 6th Division. He died of Pneumonia on September 29, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCalligaro1894Lozzo Cadore, MIOctober 04, 191816th Infantry1stGiuseppe Calligaro was born in the village of Lozzo Cadore in or about 1894 to Lorenzo Calligaro. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in , MI. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company G as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 04, 1918 in Fleville ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Francesca, he arrives in Wisconsin (Harley) after his father Lorenzo in 1910. ABMC records him as entering from Michigan
MarcianoCalò1893FrigentoWaterbury, CTJuly 23, 1918102nd Infantry26thMarciano Calò was born in the village of Frigento in or about 1893 to Angelantonio and Maddalena Cocchiola. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Waterbury, CT. He volunteered in the American Army on May 1917 in New Haven, CT with serial number 63611 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Company A as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 23, 1918 in the vicinity of Epieds during the Aisne-Marne offensive and his death was notified to his brother Pasquale (Patrick) in Waterbury, CT; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PasqualeCalogero1894MelicuccàNew York City, NYSeptember 09, 1918307th Infantry77thPasquale Calogero was born in the village of Melicuccà in or about 1894 to Antonio Calogero. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1707060 and he was assigned to the 307th Infantry, Company L as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 09, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VittorioCaloni1892Ponte NossaWestmoreland, PAOctober 22, 1918126th Infantry32ndVittorio Caloni was born in the village of Ponte Nossa in or about 1892. Emigrated to America he settled in Westmoreland, PA where he worked as Miner for the Pittsburgh Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3176109 and he was assigned to the 126th Infantry, Company G as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 22, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother John Caloni 1251 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh PA
LeonardoCalvani1895SgurgolaCalver, PASeptember 29, 1918145th Infantry37thLeonardo Calvani was born in the village of Sgurgola in or about 1895 to Pietro Calvani. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Calver, PA where he worked as Tipple Manager for the Elensburg Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2967282 and he was assigned to the 145th Infantry, Company B as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Filomena Corsi
Saverio ProsperoCalvaresi1891Ascoli PicenoConshohocken, PASeptember 26, 1918314th Infantry79thSaverio Prospero Calvaresi was born in the village of Ascoli Piceno in or about 1891 to Nicola Calvaresi. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Conshohocken, PA where he worked as Mason. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1782785 and he was assigned to the 314th Infantry, Company G as part of the 79th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 in the vicinity of Malancourt in the first day of the battle of Montfaucon during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his sister Anna Caccia in Conshohocken, PA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Arrived in Philadelphia. Sister: Anna Caccia 450 Elm Street. He was naturalised at Camp Meade, MD under the provisions of the Congress Act on foreign soldiers.
GianmarioCalvelloJohn Calvello1896Marsico NuovoWilliamstown, NJOctober 07, 19182nd Engineers Training RegimentGianmario Calvello (alias John Calvello) was born in the village of Marsico Nuovo in or about 1896 to Antonio and Angela Rosa Anciello. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Williamstown, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Philadelphia Electric Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2612151 and he was assigned to the 2nd Engineers Training Regiment, Company H. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 07, 1918 while in training at Camp Humphreys, VA and his death was notified to his father in Williamstown, NJ; he is buried in Williamstown, NJ in the Saint Mary Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MatteoCalzone1893Casalvecchio di PugliaMilford, MAApril 22, 19176th Infantry5thMatteo Calzone was born in the village of Casalvecchio di Puglia in or about 1893 to Giovanni Calzone. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Milford, MA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 6th Infantry, Company M as part of the 5th Division. He died of Accident on April 22, 1917 drowning in Westfield River near Russel, MA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioCamastraAntonio Camastro1894TricaricoSan Jose, CAOctober 03, 1918364th Infantry91stAntonio Camastra (alias Antonio Camastro) was born in the village of Tricarico in or about 1894 to Pietro and Antonia Dema. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in San Jose, CA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 364th Infantry, Company F as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 03, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Luigi (Louis) in San Jose, CA; he is buried in Santa Clara Mission Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised at Camp Merritt, NJ under provisions of the Congress Act on foreign soldiers.
PantaleoneCamastraPantaleone Cramastra1888MontauroPhiladelphia, PASeptember 26, 1918315th Infantry79thPantaleone Camastra (alias Pantaleone Cramastra ) was born in the village of Montauro in or about 1888 to Giuseppe and Rosaria Mercurio. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he started his own business as Barber. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1785207 and he was assigned to the 315th Infantry, Company G as part of the 79th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 26, 1918 in the vicinity of Normandy Woods during the first day of the battle of Montfaucon during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his brother Vito in Philadelphia; he is buried in Yeadon, PA in the Holy Cross Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded in the evening of the 25th when his platoon was stoppen by a mule that fell in the trench, blocking the passage; at that point a shell struck his platoon mortally wounding him and severely wounding another six soldiers.
EmidioCameliEmedeo Camili1893Acquaviva PicenaChicago, ILSeptember 26, 1918132nd Infantry33rdEmidio Cameli (alias Emedeo Camili ) was born in the village of Acquaviva Picena in or about 1893 to Vincenzo Cameli . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the Calumet Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 132nd Infantry, as part of the 33rd Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mance Camili?
AntonioCamerotaAnthony Camerotha1896AusoniaPittsburgh, PAOctober 10, 1918327th Infantry82ndAntonio Camerota (alias Anthony Camerotha ) was born in the village of Ausonia in or about 1896 to Pasquale Camerota . Emigrated to America he settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Machinist for the Pittsburgh Tin Decorating Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1906312 and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company D as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 10, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Sister Rose Tedesco
GiovanniCammarataJohn Cammarata1898PalermoBrooklyn, NYSeptember 27, 1918106th Infantry27thGiovanni Cammarata (alias John Cammarata) was born in the village of Palermo in or about 1898 to Angelo and Benedetta Di Marco. He emigrated to America in 1903 and settled in Brooklyn, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on May 1916 in Brooklyn with serial number 1207835 and he was assigned to the 106th Infantry, Company G as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 in the vicinity of Guillemont Ferme and his death was notified to his father in Brooklyn; he is buried in Brooklyn, NY in the Cypress Hill National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCammarataJoe Cammarata1897New York City, NYOctober 03, 19189th Infantry2ndGiuseppe Cammarata (alias Joe Cammarata) was bornin or about 1897 to Giuseppe Cammarata. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 39485 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company F as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Forsyth Street N.Y.
AlfonsoCammarotaArthur Cammarata1895Casal Velino (Acquavella)Philadelphia, PAOctober 05, 1918313th Infantry79thAlfonso Cammarota (alias Arthur Cammarata ) was born in the village of Casal Velino (Acquavella) in or about 1895 to Gennaro and Caterina Costantini. He emigrated to America in 1908 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Hat Maker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1496607 and he was assigned to the 313th Infantry, Company H as part of the 79th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 05, 1918 during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded by machine gun on both legs between September 26 and 30 during the attack on Montfaucon. Died on Evacuation Hospital #7. Mother Caterina Costantini, lives with brother Giuseppe at 1620 Reed Street. On 1908 manifest is Alfonso although should be 1893. Possible DOB 14.12.95 To check on familysearch location
TommasoCampanaThomas Campana1894BarreaLorain, OHOctober 10, 1918125th Infantry32ndTommaso Campana (alias Thomas Campana) was born in the village of Barrea in or about 1894 to Giovanni Campana. Emigrated to America he settled in Lorain, OH where he worked as Laborer for the National Tube Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1963767 and he was assigned to the 125th Infantry, Company M as part of the 32nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 10, 1918 ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCampanella1897PalermoNew York City, NYJuly 18, 19189th Infantry2ndGiuseppe Campanella was born in the village of Palermo in or about 1897 to Ferdinando Campanella. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 38037 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company A as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Rosa Patuano
AlessandroCampanelliAllie Campanelli1892ConversanoNew Britain, CTOctober 13, 1918325th Infantry82ndAlessandro Campanelli (alias Allie Campanelli) was born in the village of Conversano in or about 1892 to Vincenzo and Grazia Prunelle. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in New Britain, CT where he worked as Milling Machine Worker for the New Britain Machine Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1899630 and he was assigned to the 325th Infantry, Company K as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 13, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in New Britain, CT; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleCampanozzi1899PeschiciRochester, NYSeptember 29, 1918108th Infantry27thMichele Campanozzi was born in the village of Peschici in or about 1899 to Giovanni Campanozzi. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Rochester, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1214883 and he was assigned to the 108th Infantry, Company G as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 Shrapnel action against Seigfried Sector . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Spelled Mikel Gampanz (possibly Rodi Garganico)
MarioCamparsiMario Camparzi1894Dolcè (Peri)Los Angeles, CAOctober 31, 1918364th Infantry91stMario Camparsi (alias Mario Camparzi ) was born in the village of Dolcè (Peri) in or about 1894 to Antonio Camparsi . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Los Angeles, CA where he worked as Laborer for the Southern Pacific Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2266039 and he was assigned to the 364th Infantry, Company A as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 31, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Angelo in Los Angeles; he is buried in Waregem, Flanders Field American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCampesi1895JoppoloBrooklyn, NYOctober 21, 1918Motor Co. #16 Camp GreenleafGiuseppe Campesi was born in the village of Joppolo in or about 1895. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Brooklyn, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3030530 and he was assigned to the Motor Co. #16 Camp Greenleaf, Company Section B. He died of Pneumonia on October 21, 1918 in the United States and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. 456 Smith Street Brooklyn
AntonioCampiliiAntonio Campino1890CugnoliRocky Hill, CTJuly 26, 1918103rd Field Artillery26thAntonio Campilii (alias Antonio Campino) was born in the village of Cugnoli in or about 1890 to Luigi Andrea and Filomena Fasciani. Emigrated to America he settled in Rocky Hill, CT where he worked as Contract laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 135945 and he was assigned to the 103rd Field Artillery, Headquarters Company as part of the 26th Division. He died of wounds received in action on July 26, 1918 during the Aisne-Marne offensive and his death was notified to Alfonso Campilii in Stonington, NY; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. The Connecticut Adjutant General Report, his draft card and the official casualty list published on August 6, 1918 name him Campino. A grave marker on the Rocky Hill cemetery calls him Campilie.
FrancescoCampioneFrancesco Campiono1888Bari (Macchie)Ardsley, NYOctober 20, 1918311th Infantry78thFrancesco Campione (alias Francesco Campiono ) was born in the village of Bari (Macchie) in or about 1888 to Giuseppe and Margherita Garofalo. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Ardsley, NY where he worked as Florist for the Adolph Lewisolm. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2451018 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company C as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 20, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCampisano1893FalernaNiagara Falls, NYSeptember 25, 1918302nd Tank BattalionFrancesco Campisano was born in the village of Falerna in or about 1893 to Rosario Campisano. Emigrated to America he settled in Niagara Falls, NY where he worked as Roller for the Aluminum Company of America. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1880706 and he was assigned to the 302nd Tank Battalion, Company B, Tank C. He died of Pneumonia on September 25, 1918 while in training at Camp Colt, PA and his death was notified to his father in Niagara Falls, NY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PanfiloCampobassi1895PescosansonescoMidland, PASeptember 28, 1918147th Infantry37thPanfilo Campobassi was born in the village of Pescosansonesco in or about 1895 to Nicola and Giacinta De Vincenzi. Emigrated to America he settled in Midland, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Pittsburgh Crucible Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1525811 and he was assigned to the 147th Infantry, Company E as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 28, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Nicolo in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He entered service in July 1917 in Youngstown, OH
GiovanniCamuti1892San Piero PattiBarnesboro, PAOctober 06, 191816th Infantry1stGiovanni Camuti was born in the village of San Piero Patti in or about 1892 to Luigi Camuti. Emigrated to America he settled in Barnesboro, PA where he started his own business as Stone Mason. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3173116 and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company K as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 in Fleville ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Angela Mannelli. Cited in G.O. #1 First Division, January 1, 1920
GiuseppeCancellieriGiuseppe Canagla1894TeramoCarnival, PANovember 11, 191859th Infantry4thGiuseppe Cancellieri (alias Giuseppe Canagla ) was born in the village of Teramo in or about 1894 to Biagio Cancellieri . Emigrated to America he settled in Carnival, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on April 1917 in Gettysburg, PA with serial number 560902 and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company D as part of the 4th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on November 11, 1918 and his death was notified to his sister Maria in Italy and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His step-Mother was Elvira di Stefano.
DamianoCandeliseChicago, ILNovember 04, 191856th Infantry7thDamiano Candelise was born. Emigrated to America he settled in Chicago, IL. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 56th Infantry, as part of the 7th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 04, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Fiore Candelisi (1893) in 1103 Tilldon Chicago (probably his brother). Naturalised in Camp McArthur under the provisions of the congress act regarding foreign soldiers. A Francesco Candelise (1899) shoemaker from Rovito (CS) arrived to Chicago in 1906 visiting his brother Antonio (b. in 1883) son of Gaetano; the same individual would seek citizenship in 1911 as Damiano.
FrancescoCandido1895San Piero PattiMedina, NYDecember 18, 1918309th Infantry78thFrancesco Candido was born in the village of San Piero Patti in or about 1895 to Salvatore Candido. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Medina, NY where he worked as Farming for the Antonio Martino. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1750247 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company M as part of the 78th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on December 18, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. spelled Frank CANDITTO BELLOMASTRO mother Paola LoJacono
LuigiCanetoLouis Caneto1888MeccanoSkidmore, PASeptember 30, 191858th Infantry4thLuigi Caneto (alias Louis Caneto) was born in the city of Meccano in or about 1888. Emigrated to America he settled in Skidmore, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on September 1917 in Gettysburg, PA with serial number 559706 and he was assigned to the 58th Infantry, Company B as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 30, 1918 in the vicinity of Bois de Brieulles ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. At enlistment he gave no emergency contact given. There is a possible match with a Luigi Canata (son of Santo Canata) born in Rialto (SV) on February 6, 1888 and emigrated to SF in 1913. He was a farmer in California up to May 1917.
Luigi AntonioCaninoLewis Canine1888Sorbo San BasileChicago, ILAugust 01, 1918156th Depot BrigadeLuigi Antonio Canino (alias Lewis Canine ) was born in the village of Sorbo San Basile in or about 1888 to Carmine Canino . He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Chicago, IL. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 156th Depot Brigade, Company 16. He died of Disease on August 01, 1918 while in training at Camp Jackson, SC ; he is buried in Hillside, IL in the Mount Carmel Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PasqualeCanizzaro1894Reggio Calabria (Jatrinoli)New York City, NYSeptember 30, 1918Cas Det 153 Depot BrigadePasquale Canizzaro was born in the village of Reggio Calabria (Jatrinoli) in or about 1894 to Antonino Canizzaro. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Baker for the Frank Canizzaro (brother). He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3344649 and he was assigned to the Cas Det 153 Depot Brigade, . He died of Influenza on September 30, 1918 in New York, NY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
BasilioCannarozzaJohn Cannarozzi1895PietramontecorvinoNew York City, NYJuly 18, 19189th Infantry2ndBasilio Cannarozza (alias John Cannarozzi ) was born in the village of Pietramontecorvino in or about 1895 to Basilio and Maria Giovanna Trotta. He emigrated to America in 1898 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Electrician for the Edison Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 39535 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company G as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoCannella1895CuringaEdwardsville, PAOctober 13, 1918Motor Co. #17 Sec BMD Camp GreenleafDomenico Cannella was born in the village of Curinga in or about 1895 to Giovanbattista Cannella. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Edwardsville, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Kingston Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4443581 and he was assigned to the Motor Co. #17 Sec BMD Camp Greenleaf, . He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 13, 1918 while in training at Fort Oglethorpe, GA ; he is buried in Wilkes Barre, PA in the Saint Mary's Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He has a wife (Catherine) and a daughter (Elizabeth)
AngeloCannizzaro1892LicataAshtabula, OHJuly 22, 191859th Infantry4thAngelo Cannizzaro was born in the village of Licata in or about 1892 to Domenico and Francesca Incorvaia. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Ashtabula, OH where he worked as Ship Builder for the Great Lakes Engineering Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3484936 and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company A as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 22, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mrs. Francesco Meorvaia Cannizzaro. He was naturalised at Camp Gordon, GA under the provisions of the Congress Act on foreign soldiers.
GiovanniCannone1886Torino di SangroJeannette, PAAugust 06, 191858th Infantry4thGiovanni Cannone was born in the village of Torino di Sangro in or about 1886 to Giuseppe and Rosa Maria Ciocchi. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Jeannette, PA where he worked as Laborer for the City of Jeannette. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 572312 and he was assigned to the 58th Infantry, Company F as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 06, 1918 in the operations on the Vesle river East of Bazoches during the Aisne-Marne offensive and his death was notified to his father in Jeannette, PA; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntoninoCannoneAntonino Cannon1895Rocca ValdinaPhiladelphia, PASeptember 28, 191839th Infantry4thAntonino Cannone (alias Antonino Cannon ) was born in the village of Rocca Valdina in or about 1895 to Francesco and Francesca La Vecchia. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft . He was inducted in the Army with serial number 557107 and he was assigned to the 39th Infantry, Company I as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 28, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Alio DomenicoCanonicoMilio Cononico1894LagoBoswell, PAOctober 19, 1918127th Infantry32ndAlio Domenico Canonico (alias Milio Cononico ) was born in the village of Lago in or about 1894 to Pasquale and Nicolanna Runco. Emigrated to America he settled in Boswell, PA where he worked as Miner for the Hurd Brothers. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3170219 and he was assigned to the 127th Infantry, Company B as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 19, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioCanosa1888CasalbordinoRochester, NYOctober 29, 1918310th Infantry78thAntonio Canosa was born in the village of Casalbordino in or about 1888 to Giuseppe Canosa. Emigrated to America he settled in Rochester, NY where he started his own business as Shoe Maker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2940326 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company L as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 29, 1918 in Bois des Loges ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
BasilioCanserano1894NasoPhiladelphia, PASeptember 14, 191853rd Pioneer RegimentBasilio Canserano was born in the village of Naso in or about 1894 to Carmelo Canserano. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Driver for the James A. Mullen (General Contractor). He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3360823 and he was assigned to the 53rd Pioneer Regiment, Company L. He died of Cerebro Spinal Meningitis on September 14, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his brother Carmelo (Charlie) Canserano, 5739 Vine Street, Philadelphia
TrifoneCantacessiTrifone Cantacesso1892CarbonaraDubuque, IAOctober 31, 1918361st Infantry91stTrifone Cantacessi (alias Trifone Cantacesso ) was born in the village of Carbonara in or about 1892 to Berardino and Antonia Volpe. Emigrated to America he settled in Dubuque, IA where he worked as Street Laborer for the Mc Namara Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2277908 and he was assigned to the 361st Infantry, Company I as part of the 91st Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 31, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Waregem in the Flanders Field American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Giuseppe AntonioCantafioJoe Cantafio1895Serrastretta (Migliuso)Smithport, PAOctober 05, 191816th Infantry1stGiuseppe Antonio Cantafio (alias Joe Cantafio) was born in the village of Serrastretta (Migliuso) in or about 1895 to Francesco Cantafio. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Smithport, PA where he worked as Section Hand for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3357427 and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company I as part of the 1st Division. He died of Accidental fracture of skull on October 05, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified uncle Santo Lucia in Warren, PA. Cited in G.O. #1 1st Div. January 1st, 1920
SimoneCanteliciSimone Cantilici1900PalermoNew York City, NYAugust 27, 1918306th Infantry77thSimone Cantelici (alias Simone Cantilici ) was born in the village of Palermo in or about 1900 to Gaetano Cantelici . He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Barber. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1713821 and he was assigned to the 306th Infantry, Company G as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 27, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Giuseppina DeBenedetto. Card records him as born in 1895
SalvatoreCanuSam Canu1888UsiniErie, PAOctober 27, 1918315th Field Artillery80thSalvatore Canu (alias Sam Canu) was born in the village of Usini in or about 1888 to Bonaventura Canu. Emigrated to America he settled in Erie, PA where he worked as Moulder for the Erie Foundry Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1837319 and he was assigned to the 315th Field Artillery, Headquarters Company as part of the 80th Division. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 27, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his uncle Giovanni Pinna Canu in Italy; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleCaolo1893PadulaBrooklyn, NYNovember 08, 1918307th Infantry77thMichele Caolo was born in the village of Padula in or about 1893 to Giuseppe and Irene Luisi. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Cooper for the Arbuckle Bros.. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2443218 and he was assigned to the 307th Infantry, Company B as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 08, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Vincenzo in Brooklyn; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Both his parents were farmers.
GiuseppeCapasso1889San Marco dei CavotiNew York City, NYNovember 16, 1918305th Field Artillery77thGiuseppe Capasso was born in the village of San Marco dei Cavoti in or about 1889 to Tommaso and Carolina Fiscarelli. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Jeweler for the Steel & Taylor. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1713171 and he was assigned to the 305th Field Artillery, Battery E as part of the 77th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 16, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Could also belong to the 304th Field Artillery, DOD Nov 4th in St. Pierremont
GiuseppeCapelloJoe Capella1888Salto CanaveseBenld, ILJanuary 21, 1919114th Field Artillery30thGiuseppe Capello (alias Joe Capella ) was born in the village of Salto Canavese in or about 1888 to Carlo and Giustina Capello. Emigrated to America he settled in Benld, IL where he worked as Coal Miner. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 114th Field Artillery, Battery F as part of the 30th Division. He died of Accident on January 21, 1919 and his death was notified to his mother in Bendl; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He died in a railroad accident near Manois caused by the failure of the air breaking system. The regiment was on the move from Trondes to Le Mans for eimbarkment. In the accident 19 soldiers died and many were injured.
CarmineCapellupo1892Sorbo San BasileTorrington, CTNovember 04, 1918315th Infantry79thCarmine Capellupo was born in the village of Sorbo San Basile in or about 1892 to Giuseppe and Palma Scalise. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Torrington, CT where he worked as Laborer for the Union Hardware Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2884468 and he was assigned to the 315th Infantry, Company A as part of the 79th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 04, 1918 in the vicinity of Bois de la Grande Montagne and Bois d'Etrayes during the during the third phase of the Meuse Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his brother in Torrington; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCapillupoFrank Capellupo1894MagisanoChilds, PAJuly 15, 1918109th Infantry28thFrancesco Capillupo (alias Frank Capellupo ) was born in the village of Magisano in or about 1894 to Pietro and Anna Maria Cortese. Emigrated to America he settled in Childs, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1237597 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company L as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 south of Jouglonne during the second battle of the Marne; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Reported Missing on Casualty list August 15, 1918. Enlisted in Scranton in June 1917. Killed by machine gun fire during the retreat from the Marne river, died at 10:30 AM south of the river opposite to the city of Jouglonne
DomenicoCapoDomenick Capo1895CamiglianoSwissvale, PAJuly 15, 1918110th Infantry28thDomenico Capo (alias Domenick Capo) was born in the village of Camigliano in or about 1895 to Alfonso and Vincenza Chianese. Emigrated to America he settled in Swissvale, PA where he worked as Baker for the Loffreda Bakery Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1239915 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company C as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 in the woods in the vicinity of Courthiezy and his death was notified to his brother Cristoforo in Youngstown, OH; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RaffaeleCapobiancoRaphaelo Capobianco1888GrottaminardaBoston, MAOctober 06, 191858th Infantry4thRaffaele Capobianco (alias Raphaelo Capobianco) was born in the village of Grottaminarda in or about 1888 to Angelo Capobianco. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Boston, MA where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1683834 and he was assigned to the 58th Infantry, Company E as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 in the vicinity of Brieulles ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. brother of Antonio Capobianco of Concord, NH
LuigiCapobiancoLuigi Capabianco1888SturnoGlen Cove, NYSeptember 30, 1918107th Infantry27thLuigi Capobianco (alias Luigi Capabianco ) was born in the village of Sturno in or about 1888 to Filippo and Costantina Di Stefano. He emigrated to America in 1897 and settled in Glen Cove, NY where he worked as Teamster for the W.C. Pierce. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2450077 and he was assigned to the 107th Infantry, Company I as part of the 27th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 30, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Glen Cove, NY; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCapone1890Frignano MaggioreNew York City, NYOctober 21, 1918Development Bn. 6 Camp UptonGiuseppe Capone was born in the village of Frignano Maggiore in or about 1890. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Baker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3200094 and he was assigned to the Development Bn. 6 Camp Upton, Company C. He died of Pneumonia on October 21, 1918 while in training at Camp Upton, NY ; he is buried in Brooklyn, NY in the Cypress Hill National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MarinoCaponiMarino Capone1887Morro d'OroMiddletown, NYOctober 23, 1918147th Infantry37thMarino Caponi (alias Marino Capone ) was born in the village of Morro d'Oro in or about 1887. Emigrated to America he settled in Middletown, NY where he worked as Engine hostler for the Lehigh & New England Railroad. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1757813 and he was assigned to the 147th Infantry, Company F as part of the 37th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 23, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Severly wounded on october 15th. Notified his brother(?) Vito (1885) in South Fallisburgh. A brother of Vito, Casto lived in Philadelphia as his uncle Nicola.
LuigiCaporusso1889Sant'Angelo d'AlifeTrenton, NJOctober 17, 1918309th Infantry78thLuigi Caporusso was born in the village of Sant'Angelo d'Alife in or about 1889 to Francesco Caporusso. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Trenton, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Luzerne Rubber Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1761829 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Headquarters Company as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 17, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Domenico
GiuseppeCapotorto1896MolaChicago, ILNovember 05, 1918165th Depot BrigadeGiuseppe Capotorto was born in the village of Mola in or about 1896 to Vitantonio and Donata Abatangelo. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the Tar City. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 165th Depot Brigade, Supply Company. He died of Accident on November 05, 1918 while in training at Camp Davis, TX ; he is buried in San Antonio, TX in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Died in a fist fight
AugustoCapotosto1890ItriNew York City, NYJune 24, 1918308th Infantry77thAugusto Capotosto was born in the village of Itri in or about 1890 to Giuseppe Capotosto. He emigrated to America in 1908 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Fitter for the Dale Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1708247 and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Company C as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on June 24, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact Paul Capotosto
FrancescoCapozzella1888CastrocieloHerkimer, NYSeptember 28, 1918147th Infantry37thFrancesco Capozzella was born in the village of Castrocielo in or about 1888. Emigrated to America he settled in Herkimer, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Frank High. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1758229 and he was assigned to the 147th Infantry, Company E as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 28, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Gaetano in Wiseburg, NY; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PasqualeCappabianca1893NapoliBrooklyn, NYOctober 30, 1918308th Infantry77thPasquale Cappabianca was born in the village of Napoli in or about 1893 to Giuseppe and Maria Cappabianca. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Iron Worker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1711038 and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Supply Company as part of the 77th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 30, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Brooklyn; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NicolaCappellano1892San BiasePittsburgh, PAJuly 15, 191830th Infantry3rdNicola Cappellano was born in the village of San Biase in or about 1892 to Francesco Cappellano. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Lamp Room Tender for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 546675 and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company F as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 during the second battle of the Marne; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Maria Rotella in San Biase
AmedeoCappellettiAmedio Cappelletti1892NormaMartins Ferry, OHAugust 30, 1918126th Infantry32ndAmedeo Cappelletti (alias Amedio Cappelletti) was born in the village of Norma in or about 1892. Emigrated to America he settled in Martins Ferry, OH where he worked as Mill worker for the Wheeling Corning Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1941711 and he was assigned to the 126th Infantry, Company C as part of the 32nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on August 30, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NazzarenoCappellettiNazzareno Cappelletto1894NormaJersey City, NJSeptember 22, 1918310th Infantry78thNazzareno Cappelletti (alias Nazzareno Cappelletto ) was born in the village of Norma in or about 1894 to Paolo and Oresta Cappelletti . He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Jersey City, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2406284 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 22, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Beniamino in Geneva, NY; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCappellini1891BettolaNew York City, NYSeptember 27, 1918106th Infantry27thGiuseppe Cappellini was born in the village of Bettola in or about 1891. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the John Lorem. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2671114 and he was assigned to the 106th Infantry, Company G as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 in the vicinity of Guillemont Ferme and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngeloCappello1895AcriWorcester, MAMarch 27, 1919103rd Infantry26thAngelo Cappello was born in the village of Acri in or about 1895 to Natale Cappello. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Worcester, MA where he worked as Laborer for the Angelo Scola. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 103rd Infantry, Company G as part of the 26th Division. He committed suicide on March 27, 1919 in France and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioCappelloni1886ProcenoOswego, NYSeptember 26, 1918135th InfantryAntonio Cappelloni was born in the village of Proceno in or about 1886 to Gennaro Cappelloni. Emigrated to America he settled in Oswego, NY where he worked as Laborer for the NYC Railroad. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2420145 and he was assigned to the 135th Infantry, Company L. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on September 26, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleCappiello1896Piano di SorrentoNew Haven, CTJuly 22, 1918102nd Infantry26thMichele Cappiello was born in the village of Piano di Sorrento in or about 1896 to Antonio and Maria Maresca. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in New Haven, CT where he worked as Turret lathe hand. He volunteered in the American Army on April 1914 in New Haven, CT with serial number 63576 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Company B as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 22, 1918 in the vicinity of Trugny during the Aisne-Marne offensive and his death was notified to his father in New Haven, CT; he is buried in New Haven, Saint Lawrence Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PietroCapponi1887RiparbellaBrooklyn, OHOctober 06, 191859th Infantry4thPietro Capponi was born in the village of Riparbella in or about 1887 to Rosa Gatti. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Brooklyn, OH where he worked as Laborer for the Mrt Breker Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2658399 and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company H as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mrs. Rosa Capponi, Sillano
AmericoCappuccino1896FolignoOld Forge, PANovember 18, 1918SATC Student Army Training CorpsAmerico Cappuccino was born in the village of Foligno in or about 1896 to Ubaldo Cappuccino. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Old Forge, PA where he worked as Tailor for the Benni Paglierini. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the SATC Student Army Training Corps, . He died of Disease on November 18, 1918 in Philadelphia, PA ; he is buried in Scranton, PA in the Washburn Street Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Olivia Merli
AlfonsoCappuccio1894AtraniNew Haven, CTNovember 03, 1918102nd Infantry26thAlfonso Cappuccio was born in the village of Atrani in or about 1894 to Angelo and Teresa Colonnese. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in New Haven, CT. He volunteered in the American Army on March 1915 in New Haven, CT with serial number 66661 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Machine Gun Company as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 03, 1918 in Bois des Caures during the operations in the Neptune sector and his death was notified to his father in New Haven, CT; he is buried in New Haven, Saint Lawrence Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He is mentioned in the book "Good Americans: Italian and Jewish immigrants during the First World War"
CarloCapriotti1891AcquasantaIselin, PAJuly 29, 1918110th Infantry28thCarlo Capriotti was born in the village of Acquasanta in or about 1891 to Serafino Capriotti. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Iselin, PA where he worked as Miner for the Pittsburgh Gas Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2466718 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company F as part of the 28th Division. He died of Machine Gun on July 29, 1918 near the road between Courmont and the Ourq river ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Annarosa Massicci.
AchilleCaputo1887CandidaBellows Falls, VTOctober 09, 191859th Infantry4thAchille Caputo was born in the village of Candida in or about 1887 to Nicola Caputo. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Bellows Falls, VT where he worked as Press Runner for the International Paper Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2721800 and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company L as part of the 4th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 09, 1918 ; he is buried in Italy and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoCaputo1887MendicinoBrooklyn, NYJune 03, 1918305th Infantry77thDomenico Caputo was born in the village of Mendicino in or about 1887. Emigrated to America he settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Porter for the John Wallis. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1697186 and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company B as part of the 77th Division. He died of Accidental discharge of bomb on June 03, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in law Vincenzo Amendola in Brooklyn; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CarmineCapuzzi1895GuardiagreleHowellville, PAOctober 18, 19187th Infantry3rdCarmine Capuzzi was born in the village of Guardiagrele in or about 1895 to Nicola Capuzzi. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Howellville, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Lavino and Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 540667 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 18, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NicolòCarabillò1890PollinaHartford, CTJuly 19, 191859th Infantry4thNicolò Carabillò was born in the village of Pollina in or about 1890 to Giuliano Carabillò. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Hartford, CT where he worked as Hod Carrier for the Frank Carabillò. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1687396 and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company D as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 19, 1918 during the Aisne-Marne offensive and his death was notified to his cousin Nicola in Hartford, CT; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LorenzoCarallaLorenzo Caralli1890Cellino AttanasioJeannette, PAOctober 05, 1918325th Infantry82ndLorenzo Caralla (alias Lorenzo Caralli ) was born in the village of Cellino Attanasio in or about 1890. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Jeannette, PA where he worked as Laborer for the American Window Glass Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1898922 and he was assigned to the 325th Infantry, Company C as part of the 82nd Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 05, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Attanasio Caralla (1892) in Greensburg
RaffaeleCaramanico1890GuardiagrelePhiladelphia, PAAugust 05, 191839th Infantry4thRaffaele Caramanico was born in the village of Guardiagrele in or about 1890 to Felice Caramanico. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Laborer for Heather. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 556956 and he was assigned to the 39th Infantry, Company G as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleCaramanicoMichele Caramago1896VastoPhiladelphia, PAOctober 15, 19184th training Btl. Med DptMichele Caramanico (alias Michele Caramago ) was born in the village of Vasto in or about 1896. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3048096 and he was assigned to the 4th training Btl. Med Dpt, Company B. He died of Influenza on October 15, 1918 while in training at Camp Greenleaf, GA ; he is buried in Chattanooga, TN in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Next kin Francesco in Italy. On gravestone entered as Michael Carmauge. Notified sister Rosa in Philadelphia
SalvatoreCaramanna1893DeliaPhiladelphia, PAJuly 15, 1918109th Infantry28thSalvatore Caramanna was born in the village of Delia in or about 1893 to Gaspare Caramanna. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Union Paving Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1811459 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company L as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 north of Jouglonne during the second battle of the Marne; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, Oise in theAisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Killed at 10 AM by shell shrapnel while taken prisoner and escorted by Germans north of the Marne.
AttilioCaramellinoLouis Carmel1896CasalborgoneChicopee, KSOctober 09, 191830th Infantry3rdAttilio Caramellino (alias Louis Carmel ) was born in the village of Casalborgone in or about 1896 to Fedele and Francesca Catteri Bogino. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Chicopee, KS where he worked as Store Clerk for the Cooperative Store. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company H as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 09, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NicolaCaravaggioNicoli Caravisci1894Rocca San GiovanniDunbar, PAOctober 12, 1918326th Infantry82ndNicola Caravaggio (alias Nicoli Caravisci ) was born in the village of Rocca San Giovanni in or about 1894 to Michele and Giovanna Di Piero. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Dunbar, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Semet Solvay Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1902948 and he was assigned to the 326th Infantry, Company L as part of the 82nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 12, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AndreaCarboneAndero Carbone1896SinopoliUtica, NYOctober 13, 1918305th Infantry77thAndrea Carbone (alias Andero Carbone) was born in the village of Sinopoli in or about 1896 to Agostino and Anna Carbone. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Utica, NY where he worked as Mill Hand for the Cotton Mill Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company I as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 13, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCarboneJoseph Carbone1892DelianuovaHarrisburg, PASeptember 04, 1918130th Field Artillery35thGiuseppe Carbone (alias Joseph Carbone) was born in the village of Delianuova in or about 1892 to Domenico Carbone. Emigrated to America he settled in Harrisburg, PA where he worked as Boiler Maker for the Bailey & Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3360769 and he was assigned to the 130th Field Artillery, Battery A as part of the 35th Division. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on September 04, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngeloCarbonelli1895San LorenzelloNew Haven, CTSeptember 07, 19189th Infantry2ndAngelo Carbonelli was born in the village of San Lorenzello in or about 1895 to Lorenzo and Maria Ciarleglio. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in New Haven, CT where he worked as Laborer for the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 38850 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company D as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on September 07, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in New Haven, CT; he is buried in New Haven, CT in the Saint Lawrence Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniCarcara1886CastelvetranoPittsburgh, PAOctober 05, 1918111th Infantry28thGiovanni Carcara was born in the village of Castelvetrano in or about 1886. Emigrated to America he settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Screw & Bolt Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3627628 and he was assigned to the 111th Infantry, Company L as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 05, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified mother Mrs. Francesca Carcaro in St. Louis
GiovanniCarcasole1895CeccanoElmira, NYFebruary 17, 191921st Field Artillery5thGiovanni Carcasole was born in the village of Ceccano in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in Elmira, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Elmira Knitting Mills. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1047008 and he was assigned to the 21st Field Artillery, Battery D as part of the 5th Division. He died of Pneumonia on February 17, 1919 in Walferdange at the Evacuation Hospital 13 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioCarcillo1896PozzilliUnion Hill, NJOctober 15, 19187th Engineers Training RegimentAntonio Carcillo was born in the village of Pozzilli in or about 1896 to Pasquale Carcillo. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Union Hill, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2612256 and he was assigned to the 7th Engineers Training Regiment, Company C. He died of Pneumonia on October 15, 1918 while in training at Camp Humphreys, VA ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Maria
SaverioCardamone1893Soveria MannelliHomestead, PANovember 01, 1918319th Infantry80thSaverio Cardamone was born in the village of Soveria Mannelli in or about 1893 to Angelo Cardamone. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Homestead, PA where he worked as Help pipe fitter for the Carnegie Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1826152 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company D as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified uncle Louis in Bristol, CT. Mother Annunziata Marasco
AntonioCardani1890VarsiNew York City, NYJuly 28, 1919309th Infantry78thAntonio Cardani was born in the village of Varsi in or about 1890 to Giuseppe Cardani. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Hatter for the Manhattan Ladies Hat Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2452348 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company B as part of the 78th Division. He died of Status Lymphaticus on July 28, 1919 in the United States and his death was notified to his father in New York and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
BernardoCardines1895VenafroNewport, RISeptember 22, 1918310th Infantry78thBernardo Cardines was born in the village of Venafro in or about 1895 to Nicandro and Maria Giovanna Serpe. Emigrated to America he settled in Newport, RI where he worked as Tailor for the Jack Vergadano. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company M as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 22, 1918 while in training at in the attack on the fortified farm of Mon Plaisir Ferme, 2 km North of Thiaucourt . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Baseball player, first Newport casualty, oldest ballpark in the US named after him in Newport. His brother Antimo also died in the world war fighting with the italian army
AntonioCardoAntonio Card1894CastelpaganoHamden, CTOctober 13, 1918Quartermasrter Corp, Camp MeigsAntonio Cardo (alias Antonio Card ) was born in the village of Castelpagano in or about 1894 to Michele and Annunziata Rubertone. Emigrated to America he settled in Hamden, CT where he worked as Ammunition Worker for the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2884957 and he was assigned to the Quartermasrter Corp, Camp Meigs, Company 8. He died of Influenza on October 13, 1918 while in training at Camp Meigs, Washington DC and his death was notified to his brother in New Haven, CT; he is buried in West Haven, CT in the Saint Lawrence Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RaffaeleCarelliRalph Carelli1892San Vito sullo JonioAkron, OHOctober 26, 1918116th Infantry29thRaffaele Carelli (alias Ralph Carelli) was born in the village of San Vito sullo Jonio in or about 1892 to Francesco Carelli. Emigrated to America he settled in Akron, OH where he worked as Refiner for the Goodyear Tire Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2429703 and he was assigned to the 116th Infantry, Headquarters Company as part of the 29th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 26, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SebastianoCarenzaSebastiano Corenza1890TuriBristol , CTJanuary 25, 1919307th Infantry77thSebastiano Carenza (alias Sebastiano Corenza ) was born in the village of Turi in or about 1890 to Vito Natale Carenza . He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Bristol , CT where he worked as Laquerer for the C.J. Root Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1682692 and he was assigned to the 307th Infantry, Company D as part of the 77th Division. He died of Influenza on January 25, 1919 and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCarettiJoe Carretto1890ButtognoFloriston, CAOctober 02, 1918362nd Infantry91stGiuseppe Caretti (alias Joe Carretto ) was born in the village of Buttogno in or about 1890. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Floriston, CA where he worked as Lumber Piler for the Red River Lumber Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2780908 and he was assigned to the 362nd Infantry, Company A as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 02, 1918 in Véry and his death was notified to his relative Umberto in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Arriving in the United States he joined his brother in law Erminio Margaroli in Floriston, CA.
MartinoCargninoMartino Carguino1891TorinoSherman, ILOctober 23, 1918119th Infantry30thMartino Cargnino (alias Martino Carguino ) was born in the city of Torino in or about 1891. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Sherman, IL where he worked as Miner for the Springfield District Coal Mining Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 119th Infantry, as part of the 30th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 23, 1918 ; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCariello1895San Giovanni a PiroJersey City, NJJanuary 18, 1919MT Repl Unit #315Giuseppe Cariello was born in the village of San Giovanni a Piro in or about 1895 to Francesco Cariello. Emigrated to America he settled in Jersey City, NJ where he started his own business as Boot Black. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1782840 and he was assigned to the MT Repl Unit #315, . He died of Broncho Pneumonia on January 18, 1919 in the United States and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RaffaeleCarilloRalph Carroll1891ScafatiBuffalo, NYOctober 17, 1918309th Infantry78thRaffaele Carillo (alias Ralph Carroll ) was born in the village of Scafati in or about 1891 to Pasquale Carillo . He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Buffalo, NY where he worked as Motor Man for the International Railway Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1735436 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company E as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Teresa Falanga.
MicheleCaringella1894ValenzanoMeadowdale, WAJuly 18, 191823rd Infantry2ndMichele Caringella was born in the village of Valenzano in or about 1894. He emigrated to America in 1908 and settled in Meadowdale, WA where he worked as Laborer for the Gant Northern. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company M as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CataldoCarletta1892San CataldoPittston, PAJuly 16, 1918109th Infantry28thCataldo Carletta was born in the village of San Cataldo in or about 1892 to Luigi Carletta. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Pittston, PA where he worked as Miner for the Pennsylvania Coal Company (Shaft 5 & 6). He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1235128 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company A as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 16, 1918 in Bois de Rougis, in the vicinity of St. Agnan ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, Oise in theAisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother in law Ignazio Macaluso, notified his sister Grazia 396 Main Street Pittston. Mother Marianna Caramanna. Enlisted in Scranton in June 1917. Killed by direct hit of H.E. Shell
GiuseppeCarletti1896CuorgnèDenver, COJanuary 17, 1919Marine CorpsGiuseppe Carletti was born in the village of Cuorgnè in or about 1896 to Alfredo and Margherita Varello. He emigrated to America in 1897 and settled in Denver, CO where he worked as Laborer for the Union Pacific Railway Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the Marine Corps, Company H. He died of Appendicitis on January 17, 1919 in the Naval Hospital in Pensacola, FL and his death was notified to his stepmother Giovanna (Jennie) in Denver; he is buried in Wheat Ridge, CO in the Mount Olivet Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GaetanoCarlinoThomas Carlino1894GrotteChicago, ILOctober 28, 1918123rd Machine Gun Battalion33rdGaetano Carlino (alias Thomas Carlino) was born in the village of Grotte in or about 1894 to Calogero and Giuseppina Vitello. He emigrated to America in 1908 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Trunk maker for the Fitzgerald Trunk Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 123rd Machine Gun Battalion, as part of the 33rd Division. He died of Disease on October 28, 1918 in Brest, France ; he is buried in Hillside, IL in the Mount Carmel Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His father was a shoemaker and his mother a tailor; his entire family emigrated first to Pennsylvania.
AngeloCarlo1897NapoliToledo, OHSeptember 29, 1918147th Infantry37thAngelo Carlo was born in the city of Napoli in or about 1897. Emigrated to America he settled in Toledo, OH. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1526351 and he was assigned to the 147th Infantry, Company H as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified uncle John de Rosa 2548 Front Street Toledo
PietroCarloPeter Carlo1899West Haven, CTOctober 26, 1918102nd Infantry26thPietro Carlo (alias Peter Carlo) was bornin or about 1899 to Giuseppe and Maria Carlo. Emigrated to America he settled in West Haven, CT. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in New Haven, CT with serial number 65623 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Company I as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 26, 1918 Belleu Bois during the operations in the Neptune sector and his death was notified to his mother in West Haven, CT; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleCarloneMichael Carlone1891RipabottoniSeattle, WAOctober 01, 1918361st Infantry91stMichele Carlone (alias Michael Carlone) was born in the village of Ripabottoni in or about 1891 to Giuseppe and Teresangela Daddari. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Seattle, WA where he worked as Machinist for the American Can Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 361st Infantry, Company F as part of the 91st Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 01, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CatenoCarnabuciCatino Carnebucci1888Mongiuffi MeliaWestfield, MAOctober 05, 1918308th Infantry77thCateno Carnabuci (alias Catino Carnebucci ) was born in the village of Mongiuffi Melia in or about 1888 to Antonio Carnabuci . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Westfield, MA where he worked as Laborer for the H.B. Smith Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Company C as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 05, 1918 in the Ravine de Charlevaux, east of Binarville ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Spelled Carnebucci, with the "Lost Battalion"
GiovanniCarnaliGiovanni Camali1894SupinoYoungwood, PAAugust 12, 1918111th Infantry28thGiovanni Carnali (alias Giovanni Camali ) was born in the village of Supino in or about 1894 to Antonio Carnali . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Youngwood, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Kelly & Jones Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1851876 and he was assigned to the 111th Infantry, Company G as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 12, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Giuseppe. Killed by machine gun fire at 11 AM west of Fismes and North of the Vesle river. Mother Clelia Gismondi.
GiovanniCarnesiJohn Carnesi1891MezzojusoNew York City, NYOctober 12, 1918116th Infantry29thGiovanni Carnesi (alias John Carnesi) was born in the village of Mezzojuso in or about 1891 to Francesco Carnesi. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft . He was inducted in the Army with serial number 369871 and he was assigned to the 116th Infantry, Company M as part of the 29th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Antonina Barbato. Born on May 8, 1891 (confirmed).
AntonioCarnevaleTony Carnevale1894San FeleRaritan, NJOctober 21, 1918310th Infantry78thAntonio Carnevale (alias Tony Carnevale) was born in the village of San Fele in or about 1894 to Donato and Maria Donata Grieco. Emigrated to America he settled in Raritan, NJ where he worked as Weaver for the Somerset Mfg. Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1762018 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company C as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 21, 1918 and his death was notified to his cousin Canio Scarpone; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded in the vicinity of Champigneulles
AlcideCarollo1900PadovaLohrville, WIFebruary 05, 1918107th Supply Train32ndAlcide Carollo was born in the village of Padova in or about 1900 to Martino Carollo. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Lohrville, WI. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 107th Supply Train, Company C as part of the 32nd Division. He died in the Missing Sinking of the Tuscania on February 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Brookwood, UK in the American Military Cemetery and Memorial and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LeonardoCarolloLeon Carollo1896Castellammare del GolfoNew York, NYAugust 03, 191847th Infantry4thLeonardo Carollo (alias Leon Carollo) was born in the village of Castellammare del Golfo in or about 1896 to Domenica Catalano. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in New York, NY where he worked as Collar Maker for the Goodman Collar Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 567502 and he was assigned to the 47th Infantry, Company E as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 03, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Brooklyn; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiCarpani1893FolignanoCamden, NJSeptember 29, 1918153rd Depot BrigadeLuigi Carpani was born in the village of Folignano in or about 1893 to Filippo Carpani. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Camden, NJ where he worked as Assembler for the American Arms Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4097441 and he was assigned to the 153rd Depot Brigade, Company 34. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on September 29, 1918 while in training at Camp Dix, NJ ; he is buried in Beverly, NJ in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AlessandroCarpenitoSamuel Carpenter1893MontemilettoMalaga, NJNovember 01, 1918309th Infantry78thAlessandro Carpenito (alias Samuel Carpenter ) was born in the village of Montemiletto in or about 1893 to Antonio and Mariantonia Frusciante. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Malaga, NJ where he worked as Pipe Fitter for the Remington Arms. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2411711 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company E as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 ; he is buried in Vineland, NJ in the Sacred Heart Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VittoreCarpinelliVittore Carpinella1893Torella dei LombardiMount Plesant, PAOctober 10, 1918319th Infantry80thVittore Carpinelli (alias Vittore Carpinella ) was born in the village of Torella dei Lombardi in or about 1893 to Antonio and Luisa Salerno. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Mount Plesant, PA where he worked as Mason for the Crossan Construction Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1826153 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company D as part of the 80th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 10, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Charleroi, PA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCarràFrank Carrà1891MalfaCamden, MEOctober 09, 191828th Infantry1stFrancesco Carrà (alias Frank Carrà) was born in the village of Malfa in or about 1891 to Domenico Carrà. Emigrated to America he settled in Camden, ME where he started his own business as Fruit Dealar. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 28th Infantry, Company K as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 09, 1918 in the vicinity of Romagne Wood ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Cited on G.O. N.1 Hq 1st Division, 1 jan 1920 "For gallantry in action and especially meritorious service", Father living in Sommerville, MA. Cited on Massachussets records. On Maine records he is given as died of disease
GiovanniCarrà1893ScillatoRochester, NYOctober 02, 1918309th Field Artillery78thGiovanni Carrà was born in the village of Scillato in or about 1893 to Francesco Carrà. He emigrated to America in 1904 and settled in Rochester, NY where he worked as Machinist for the Van Dorn Electric Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1756978 and he was assigned to the 309th Field Artillery, Battery C as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 02, 1918 during the St. Mihiel Operation; he is buried in Rochester, NY in the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded on October 1st.
CharlesCarrabino1894AugustaToledo, OHMay 17, 1919Motor Transport CorpCharles Carrabino was born in the village of Augusta in or about 1894 to Giovanni Carrabino. Emigrated to America he settled in Toledo, OH where he worked as Laborer for the Willys Overland Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 224006 and he was assigned to the Motor Transport Corp, Company 302 Repair Unit. He died of Accident on May 17, 1919 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
OresteCarrai1887CalcinaiaClayton, WA47th Infantry4thOreste Carrai was born in the village of Calcinaia in or about 1887. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Clayton, WA where he worked as Teamster for the Wahington B.L. & S.P.. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 47th Infantry, Company E as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Pietro Carrai in Calcinaia (father?)
PasqualeCarravettaLappanoChicago, ILJuly 24, 191828th Infantry1stPasquale Carravetta was born in the village of Lappano to Antonio Carravetta. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Chicago, IL. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 28th Infantry, Company D as part of the 1st Division. He died of wounds received in action on July 24, 1918 near Soissons ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Replacement from Camp Grant. Notified Joseph Carravetta, Garibaldi Place Chicago
RaffaeleCarrieraRalph Carriera1894BisceglieElizabeth, NJNovember 05, 1918309th Infantry78thRaffaele Carriera (alias Ralph Carriera) was born in the village of Bisceglie in or about 1894 to Francesco and Maria Giannattasio. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Elizabeth, NJ where he worked as Loading Room worker for the American Car Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1752437 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company E as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 05, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCarrizzoJoseph Carrizzo1895Castello d'AlifeRichmond, NYOctober 31, 1918501st EngineersGiuseppe Carrizzo (alias Joseph Carrizzo) was born in the village of Castello d'Alife in or about 1895 to Angelo Raffaele and Filomena Rinaldi. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Richmond, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Seaview Hospital. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 189003 and he was assigned to the 501st Engineers, Company B. He died of Cardiac Embolus on October 31, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
TeodoroCarroTheodore Carro1895Gioiosa MareaScranton, PAOctober 01, 1918315th Infantry79thTeodoro Carro (alias Theodore Carro) was born in the village of Gioiosa Marea in or about 1895 to Francesco and Maria Buzzanca. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Scranton, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Scranton Railway Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1809800 and he was assigned to the 315th Infantry, Supply Company as part of the 79th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 01, 1918 near Malancourt ; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He died during the bombing of the field hospital he was taken to after being severely wounded by a shell on the road between Mountfacon and Nantillois on the 28th of September. On his service documents his date of death is erroneously recorded as November 1st
Augusto EnricoCarturier1886SarreEmma, COSeptember 27, 1918Augusto Enrico Carturier was born in the village of Sarre in or about 1886. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Emma, CO where he worked as Farm Laborer for the Sam Cerise. He was inducted in the Army . He died of on September 27, 1918 while in training at Camp Dix, NJ ; he is buried in Fairview Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Adelaide
CarmineCarucciCarmen Caruccio1890CaggianoBelleville, NJOctober 17, 1918312th Infantry78thCarmine Carucci (alias Carmen Caruccio ) was born in the village of Caggiano in or about 1890. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Belleville, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Erie Rail Road. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 312th Infantry, as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleCarusoMike Caruso1894MolinaraPassaic, NJOctober 09, 1918328th Infantry82ndMichele Caruso (alias Mike Caruso) was born in the village of Molinara in or about 1894 to Rocco and Filomena Gentilcore. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Passaic, NJ where he worked as Shoe Maker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1911387 and he was assigned to the 328th Infantry, Company M as part of the 82nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 09, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded by shrapnel in the vicinity of Cornay
NicolaCaruso1893MolinaraColumbus, OHOctober 05, 1918111th Infantry28thNicola Caruso was born in the village of Molinara in or about 1893. Emigrated to America he settled in Columbus, OH where he worked as Hammer Operator for the Columbus Bolt Works. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2339576 and he was assigned to the 111th Infantry, Company L as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 05, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Columbus, OH; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PasqualeCarusone1894FormicolaWestport, CTJuly 18, 19189th Infantry2ndPasquale Carusone was born in the village of Formicola in or about 1894 to Giovanni and Maria Rivezzi. Emigrated to America he settled in Westport, CT where he worked as Laborer for the Lees Manufacturing Company. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 40623 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company L as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Antonio; he is buried in Westport, Catholic and Christ Church Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FerdinandoCasagrande1896Ascoli PicenoFredericktown, PAAugust 10, 1918117th Infantry30thFerdinando Casagrande was born in the village of Ascoli Piceno in or about 1896 to Giuseppe Casagrande. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Fredericktown, PA where he worked as Laborer in mine for the Vesta Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1963447 and he was assigned to the 117th Infantry, Company C as part of the 30th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 10, 1918 ; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LorenzoCasamassaLawrence Cassamasso1888Foiano di Val FortoreSouth Betlehem, PAAugust 20, 1918109th Infantry28thLorenzo Casamassa (alias Lawrence Cassamasso ) was born in the village of Foiano di Val Fortore in or about 1888. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in South Betlehem, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1237351 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company K as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 20, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Enlisted in 1916. Brother Vincenzo
LuigiCasani1895GromignanaLouisville, KYNovember 14, 19189th Infantry2ndLuigi Casani was born in the village of Gromignana in or about 1895 to Silvio and Maria Mattei. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Louisville, KY where he worked as Plaster Caster for the Grisanti Statuary Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Headquarters Company as part of the 2nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 14, 1918 and his death was notified to his uncle and employer Zefiro Grisanti in Louisville, KY; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NicolaCasciani1886SulmonaSteubenville, OHSeptember 14, 191811th Infantry5thNicola Casciani was born in the village of Sulmona in or about 1886 to Gaetano Casciani. He emigrated to America in 1903 and settled in Steubenville, OH where he worked as Mill worker for the Phillips Steel and Tin Mill. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 795123 and he was assigned to the 11th Infantry, Company A as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 14, 1918 during the St. Mihiel Operation and his death was notified to his cousin Antonio Monaco; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
StefanoCasciano1894AgnoneMurray, UTOctober 07, 1918109th Infantry28thStefano Casciano was born in the village of Agnone in or about 1894 to Sabatino Casciano. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Murray, UT where he worked as Miners Helper for the Utah-Apex Mining Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3132716 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company D as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 07, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DonatoCascianoDan Gaccemo1896San Marco dei CavotiGary, INSeptember 13, 19186th Infantry5thDonato Casciano (alias Dan Gaccemo ) was born in the village of San Marco dei Cavoti in or about 1896 to Diodoro and Pasqualina Cocca. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Gary, IN where he worked as Laborer for the American Sheet and Tin plate Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 6th Infantry, Company G as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 13, 1918 and his death was notified to Anna Casciano (Gasciena) in McKeesport, PA; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PietroCasellaPietro Casselia1894San Donato di Ninea (Policastrello)Carnegie, PAApril 19, 1919TCPietro Casella (alias Pietro Casselia ) was born in the village of San Donato di Ninea (Policastrello) in or about 1894 to Luigi Casella . Emigrated to America he settled in Carnegie, PA where he worked as Laborer for the John Clark Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2601719 and he was assigned to the TC, Company 7. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on April 19, 1919 in France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Angelina Consoli, born on Nov 4, 1894 (confirmed). Both parents farmers. Notified brother Giovanni in Carnagie
AlessandroCaselli1887Capannori (Petrognano)Highwood, ILOctober 14, 191861st Infantry5thAlessandro Caselli was born in the village of Capannori (Petrognano) in or about 1887 to Adolfo and Maria Filomena Fabbri. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Highwood, IL where he worked as Laborer for the Lake Shore Golf Club. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 61st Infantry, Company I as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 14, 1918 during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his brother Carlo (Charles) in Highwood, IL; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Giovanni BattistaCasera1887Voltago AgortinoBingham, UTJanuary 07, 1919143rd Field ArtilleryGiovanni Battista Casera was born in the village of Voltago Agortino in or about 1887. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Bingham, UT where he worked as Miner for the Utah-Apex Mining Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1637896 and he was assigned to the 143rd Field Artillery, Battery A. He died of Tubercolosis on January 07, 1919 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Celeste
AngeloCasertano1887San PriscoNew York City, NYNovember 12, 191834th Recruit CompanyAngelo Casertano was born in the village of San Prisco in or about 1887 to Prisco and Anna Maria Abbate. He emigrated to America in 1904 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Tailor for the Chas Cohen. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 5068471 and he was assigned to the 34th Recruit Company, . He died of Lobar Pneumonia on November 12, 1918 while in training at Camp Wheeler, GA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RaffaeleCasertano1887CurtiBridgeport, CTOctober 28, 1918302nd Infantry76thRaffaele Casertano was born in the village of Curti in or about 1887 to Francesco and Chiara Ferrero. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Bridgeport, CT where he worked as Machinist for the Remington Ammunition Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2886683 and he was assigned to the 302nd Infantry, Company K as part of the 76th Division. He died of Tubercolosis on October 28, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCassano1893MonopoliBerwick, PAOctober 13, 191839th Infantry4thFrancesco Cassano was born in the village of Monopoli in or about 1893 to Venturo Cassano. Emigrated to America he settled in Berwick, PA where he worked as Laborer for the American Car and Foundry Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 555531 and he was assigned to the 39th Infantry, Company B as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 13, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Venturo Cassano
VincenzoCassano1890San LucidoErie, PASeptember 28, 1918320th Infantry80thVincenzo Cassano was born in the village of San Lucido in or about 1890 to Luigi Cassano. He emigrated to America in 1902 and settled in Erie, PA where he worked as Loborer for the Daffendorf. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1830521 and he was assigned to the 320th Infantry, Company H as part of the 80th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 28, 1918 during the operations in the Dannevoux sector and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Maria Molinaro. Wounded on September 27, died on 28. Emigrates with his father in 1902 joining his uncle Giacinto.
NicolaCassetta1896Santa Croce del SannioNew York City, NYOctober 20, 19184th Infantry3rdNicola Cassetta was born in the village of Santa Croce del Sannio in or about 1896. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Paper Bag Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2337670 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company K as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 20, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. brother Luigi
PietroCassol1892CavazzoFairmont, OHSeptember 13, 1918330th Infantry83rdPietro Cassol was born in the village of Cavazzo in or about 1892 to Bortolo Cassol. Emigrated to America he settled in Fairmont, OH where he worked as Coal Miner for the Valley Camp Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2478705 and he was assigned to the 330th Infantry, Company L as part of the 83rd Division. He died of Pneumonia on September 13, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
BattistaCastagnoli1898Bridgewater, MAOctober 21, 191855th Infantry7thBattista Castagnoli was born in the province of Massa Carrara in or about 1898 to Giovanni Castagnoli. Emigrated to America he settled in Bridgewater, MA. He volunteered in the American Army on August 1917 and he was assigned to the 55th Infantry, as part of the 7th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 21, 1918 during the operations in the Purvinelle sector and his death was notified to his father in Connecticut; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCastauro1890MarcellinaraPittsburgh, PAOctober 04, 1918II Corps School DetachmentFrancesco Castauro was born in the village of Marcellinara in or about 1890 to Vicenzancenzo and Rosaria De Masi. Emigrated to America he settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Bakers Helper for the Famous Biscuit Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3626919 and he was assigned to the II Corps School Detachment, Company A. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 04, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniCastellucciJohn Costror1896San Marco dei CavotiHartford, CTJuly 18, 19189th Infantry2ndGiovanni Castellucci (alias John Costror) was born in the village of San Marco dei Cavoti in or about 1896 to Angelantonio and Nunzia Frasca. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Hartford, CT where he worked as Factory Hand. He volunteered in the American Army on May 1917 in Hartford with serial number 40629 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company I as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 South West of Soissons during the second battle of the Marne and his death was notified to his sister in Hartford, CT; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CostantinoCastiglione1894CermignanoSayre, PAMay 20, 1920Repair Unit 329 MTCCostantino Castiglione was born in the village of Cermignano in or about 1894 to Antonio and Carmela D'Addante. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Sayre, PA where he worked as General work for the Robert Packer Hospital. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2753698 and he was assigned to the Repair Unit 329 MTC, . He died of Lobar Pneumonia on May 20, 1920 in Oteen, NC at the General Hospital #19 ; he is buried in Sayre, PA in the Epiphany Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCastiglione1894Spezzano GrandePortland, OROctober 15, 1918306th Infantry77thGiuseppe Castiglione was born in the village of Spezzano Grande in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Portland, OR where he worked as Section Hand for the Oregon Washington Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 306th Infantry, as part of the 77th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 15, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Biagio Castiglione in Italy
GuidoCastiglione1892PescaraNew York, NYJune 15, 191828th Infantry1stGuido Castiglione was born in the city of Pescara in or about 1892 to Vincenzo and Giuseppina Palumbo. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in New York, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on April 1914 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 56962 and he was assigned to the 28th Infantry, Company C as part of the 1st Division. He died of wounds received in action on June 15, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He arrived to US from Brasil where his father resided at the time of the war, in San Paolo.
SostinoCastricianoSostino Castrigiano1893Mili SuperiorePhiladelphia, PAOctober 14, 191861st Infantry5thSostino Castriciano (alias Sostino Castrigiano ) was born in the village of Mili Superiore in or about 1893. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Assistant Foreman for the Baldwin Locomotive Works. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2388022 and he was assigned to the 61st Infantry, Company I as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 14, 1918 during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his wife Julia Castrigiano 731 Carpenter Street Philadelphia. He has a daughter, Santina which he sees only once.
SalvatoreCastrogiovanniSalvatore Castrogiovanne1896Campofelice di FitaliaWestfield, NYOctober 06, 1918308th Infantry77thSalvatore Castrogiovanni (alias Salvatore Castrogiovanne ) was born in the village of Campofelice di Fitalia in or about 1896 to Alberto Castrogiovanni . He emigrated to America in 1902 and settled in Westfield, NY where he worked as Laborer for the NYC - St. Louis Railroad. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1680676 and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Company C as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. (Sam Castrogirono) Notified mother Maria Riscili
GiorgioCastronovoGeorge Castronovo1888OrioloNew York City, NYSeptember 29, 1918107th Infantry27thGiorgio Castronovo (alias George Castronovo) was born in the village of Oriolo in or about 1888 to Francesco Castronovo. He emigrated to America in 1890 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as School janitor. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1210621 and he was assigned to the 107th Infantry, Company E as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 in the attack on the Hindenburg line South of Vandhuille (East of Ronssoy) ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Lived with his family at 195 West End av. Mother Maria Antonia Lilli. Both parents were farmers. Born on October 30, 1888 (confirmed). Enlisted in May 1917 in New York
EmilioCatalano1893San Leucio del SannioMeadville, PAFebruary 21, 1918326th Infantry82ndEmilio Catalano was born in the village of San Leucio del Sannio in or about 1893 to Antonio Catalano. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Meadville, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Erie Rail Road. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 326th Infantry, Company A as part of the 82nd Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on February 21, 1918 ; he is buried in West Meadville, PA in the Saint Bridget's Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his brother Sabatino (Sam) in Meadville. Mother Carmela
JamesCatalano1894PalermoGrays Lake, ILAugust 02, 191847th Infantry4thJames Catalano was born in the village of Palermo in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Grays Lake, IL where he worked as Laborer for the Armour's Ice House. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 47th Infantry, Company B as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 02, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was related to Francesco (Frank) Catalano (1899-1965) who worked in a canning factory in Grays Lake and indicated the same emergency contact as James: Jennie Catalano 1006 S. Sangamone St. Chicago. A possible match could be Vincenzo Catalano from Bisacquino (PA) who arrived with his brother Francesco to Chicago in 1908 to join their father Ignazio.
SalvatoreCatalano1897BovalinoBrooklyn, NYAugust 31, 1919MTC Base Sec 2Salvatore Catalano was born in the village of Bovalino in or about 1897 to Giuseppe and Mariangela Audino. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Brooklyn, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 7xx594 and he was assigned to the MTC Base Sec 2, . He died of Gunshot resisting arrest on August 31, 1919 and his death was notified to his mother in Brooklyn and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RodolfoCataldi1894TriviglianoLyons, NYSeptember 28, 1918153rd Depot BrigadeRodolfo Cataldi was born in the village of Trivigliano in or about 1894 to Silviano Cataldi. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Lyons, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2952368 and he was assigned to the 153rd Depot Brigade, Company 3. He died of Pneumonia on September 28, 1918 while in training at Camp Dix, NJ ; he is buried in Lyons, NY in the Elmwood Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
ModestinoCataldoMax Catldo1893Castel Vetere sul CaloreHartford, CTJuly 20, 1918102nd Infantry26thModestino Cataldo (alias Max Catldo ) was born in the village of Castel Vetere sul Calore in or about 1893 to Michele Cataldo . Emigrated to America he settled in Hartford, CT where he worked as Florist. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Hartford, CT with serial number 65870 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Company K as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 20, 1918 in the vicinity of the Bois de Bouresches during the Aisne-Marne offensive and his death was notified to his uncle Antonio Coppola in Hartford, CT; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FilippoCatalfamo1895Barcellona Pozzo di GottoGlassboro, NJOctober 18, 1918QMCFilippo Catalfamo was born in the village of Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto in or about 1895 to Giuseppe Catalfamo. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Glassboro, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Stewart Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2413898 and he was assigned to the QMC, Company 303 Labor Co.. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 18, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoCataneseDomenic Cataneszii1889San Pier NicetoSt. Ignace, MIOctober 05, 1918126th Infantry32ndDomenico Catanese (alias Domenic Cataneszii ) was born in the village of San Pier Niceto in or about 1889 to Domenico Catanese . Emigrated to America he settled in St. Ignace, MI. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 126th Infantry, Company I as part of the 32nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Maria Bongiovanni born May 13, 1889 brother of Nicola who is notified in Northland Minnesota. Different sources give different date of death. Wounded on August 29.
AngeloCatanto1891BeneventoNewark, NJJuly 01, 191823rd Infantry2ndAngelo Catanto was born in the city of Benevento in or about 1891. Emigrated to America he settled in Newark, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 81409 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company I as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 01, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoCaterina1896RomeWashington, PAAugust 11, 191859th Infantry4thDomenico Caterina was born in the city of Rome in or about 1896 to Gennaro and Maria Pirino. Emigrated to America he settled in Washington, PA where he worked as Steel Worker for the Jassop Steel Company. He volunteered in the American Army on August 1917 in Gettysburg, PA with serial number 560762 and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company B as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 11, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Washington, PA; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Possibly he was coming from San Mango d'Aquino next to Catanzaro
VincenzoCatini1894TossiciaChester, PAJuly 01, 19189th Infantry2ndVincenzo Catini was born in the village of Tossicia in or about 1894 to Francesco Catini. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Chester, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 39786 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company H as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 01, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Enlisted in Fort Slocum in June 1917. Albo records birth date as 1886. Passenger to Philadelphia port confirms 1894, brother Gennaro. Mother Maria Assunta di Martino
BambinoCatteliniBambino Catelini1889PonchieraSan Francisco, CAJuly 30, 1918127th Infantry32ndBambino Cattelini (alias Bambino Catelini ) was born in the village of Ponchiera in or about 1889. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in San Francisco, CA where he worked as Laborer for the Western Sugar Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 127th Infantry, Company E as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 30, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother Angelo in Crockett, CA son of Luigia Leossi
MicheleCausi1887SalemiAshburnham, MANovember 02, 191847th Infantry4thMichele Causi was born in the village of Salemi in or about 1887. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Ashburnham, MA where he worked as Laborer for the T.R. Almond Manufacturing Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 47th Infantry, Company D as part of the 4th Division. He died of Disease on November 02, 1918 in France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Wounded degree undetermined on 20/10/1918. Photo on 11/11/1919 (http://www.newspapers.com/image/65158153 Fitchburg Sentinel)
CarmineCavaliere1887San FiliMartinsville, NJOctober 20, 1918310th Infantry78thCarmine Cavaliere was born in the village of San Fili in or about 1887 to Francesco and Giuseppina Asta. He emigrated to America in 1904 and settled in Martinsville, NJ where he worked as Silk Finisher for the Rentrope Silk Dye Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1762019 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company C as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 20, 1918 in Bois des Loges and his death was notified to his mother in Martinsville, NJ; he is buried in Plainfield, NJ in the Holy Redeemer and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brothers Enrico, Alessandro and Giuseppe
GiovanniCavallari1889Torri del BenacoTorrington, CTMarch 24, 1918102nd Infantry26thGiovanni Cavallari was born in the village of Torri del Benaco in or about 1889 to Angela Zanzerini. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Torrington, CT where he worked as Machine Hand for the Handy Machine Company. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in Bridgeport, CT with serial number 66368 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Company M as part of the 26th Division. He died of wounds received in action on March 24, 1918 during the operations in the Chemin des Dames Sector; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MarcoCavalli1886ValstagnaSanta Barbara, CAOctober 09, 19187th Infantry3rdMarco Cavalli was born in the village of Valstagna in or about 1886. Emigrated to America he settled in Santa Barbara, CA where he worked as Laborer for the Henry Bothin. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company M as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 09, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Giovanni Cavalli
CostantinoCavallo1890ChietiBayonne, NJOctober 24, 1918312th Infantry78thCostantino Cavallo was born in the village of Chieti in or about 1890. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Bayonne, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Tide Water Oil Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2408131 and he was assigned to the 312th Infantry, Company M as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 24, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniCavallo1888CollianoTrenton, NJSeptember 28, 1918148th Infantry37thGiovanni Cavallo was born in the village of Colliano in or about 1888 to Antonio Cavallo. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Trenton, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the J.L. Mott Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1737531 and he was assigned to the 148th Infantry, Company K as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 28, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
OrlandoCavallo1896Salza IrpinaArlington, MAApril 07, 1918U.S.S. ArizonaOrlando Cavallo was born in the village of Salza Irpina in or about 1896 to Alfonso Cavallo. Emigrated to America he settled in Arlington, MA where he worked as Farmer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the U.S.S. Arizona, . He died of Disease on April 07, 1918 at the Naval Hospital in Chelsea, MA . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCavarraFrank Cavarra1896SortinoNew York City, NYJuly 18, 191823rd Infantry2ndFrancesco Cavarra (alias Frank Cavarra) was born in the village of Sortino in or about 1896 to Vito and Carmela Bucello. He emigrated to America in 1913? and settled in New York City, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 51227 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company H as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Vincenzo (James) in NY; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoCavicchi1891RenazzoWestfield, MADecember 08, 1918301st Engineers76thDomenico Cavicchi was born in the village of Renazzo in or about 1891 to Gaetano Cavicchi. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Westfield, MA where he started his own business as Manager of Auto Park. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 301st Engineers, Company F as part of the 76th Division. He died of Disease on December 08, 1918 in France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCavulloFrank Cavullo1888SicilyNew York City, NYJuly 18, 191823rd Infantry2ndFrancesco Cavullo (alias Frank Cavullo) was born in the city of Sicily in or about 1888. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on August 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 51228 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company H as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Joseph Ram (?)
NicolaCea1889VastogirardiNaginey, PAOctober 05, 1918146th Infantry37thNicola Cea was born in the village of Vastogirardi in or about 1889 to Antonio and Mariantonia Morgano. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Naginey, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Cambra Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2706613 and he was assigned to the 146th Infantry, Company E as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 05, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
ArduinoCeccacci1893CepranoLaporte, PAJanuary 18, 1919314th Infantry79thArduino Ceccacci was born in the village of Ceprano in or about 1893 to Giovanni Domenico Ceccacci. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Laporte, PA where he worked as Tannery Laborer for the Elk Tannery Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1783355 and he was assigned to the 314th Infantry, Company L as part of the 79th Division. He died of Emphysema on January 18, 1919 in France and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AnnibaleCeccarelliHannibal Ceccarelli1886AnagniBrooklyn, NYSeptember 06, 1918305th Infantry77thAnnibale Ceccarelli (alias Hannibal Ceccarelli) was born in the village of Anagni in or about 1886 to Giovanni Ceccarelli. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Tailor for the Cicconi & D'Addario. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1699426 and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company D as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. The citation (G.O. 1 January 4, 1919) reads: "In the advance to the Aisne on September 6, 1918 when the leading half platoon, of which this soldier was a member, was stopped by heavy machine gun fire, this private, with the highest courage and disregard of his personal safety, endeavored to push ahead wiht the idea of flanking the machine gun and in this attempt, sacrificed his life."
Primo GiuseppeCeccarelli1889LongianoEddystone, PAOctober 20, 191830th Infantry3rdPrimo Giuseppe Ceccarelli was born in the village of Longiano in or about 1889 to Casimiro Ceccarelli. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Eddystone, PA where he worked as Stock Maker for the Remington Arms. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 546679 and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company F as part of the 3rd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 20, 1918 ; he is buried in Longiano in the Cimitero Comunale and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his brother Tommaso (Thomas 1890) in Sagamore, MA. Mother Carlotta Manzi Farneti. Credits to Carlotta Ceccarelli (grand nephew)
AlcibiadeCeccarini1890ConvallePawtucket, RIOctober 10, 1918326th Infantry82ndAlcibiade Ceccarini was born in the village of Convalle in or about 1890 to Secondino Ceccarini. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Pawtucket, RI where he worked as Not Employed. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 326th Infantry, Company C as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 10, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioCecchiAntonio Ceccki1893Monchio delle CortiConifer, PANovember 02, 1918319th Infantry80thAntonio Cecchi (alias Antonio Ceccki ) was born in the village of Monchio delle Corti in or about 1893 to Giovanni and Rosa Ferrari. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Conifer, PA where he worked as Coal Miner for the Allegheny River Mining Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2469757 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company F as part of the 80th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 02, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He received a severe Gunshot wound on November 1st.
FrancescoCecconi1889StazzemaWaterbury, CTOctober 11, 1918114th Infantry29thFrancesco Cecconi was born in the village of Stazzema in or about 1889 to Lorenzo and Annunziata Giannelli. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Waterbury, CT where he worked as Laborer for the Chase Metal Works. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 366559 and he was assigned to the 114th Infantry, Company F as part of the 29th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 11, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his mother in Italy and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoCelenzaVincent Celenza1887VastoNew York City, NYJuly 23, 19184th Infantry3rdVincenzo Celenza (alias Vincent Celenza) was born in the village of Vasto in or about 1887 to Giovanni Celenza. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Tailor. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2338126 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company B as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 23, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Carmine AntonioCeletti1889Guardia LombardiMontrose, PAOctober 09, 1918Auxiliary Remount Depot #304Carmine Antonio Celetti was born in the village of Guardia Lombardi in or about 1889 to Gaetano and Maria Luongo. Emigrated to America he settled in Montrose, PA where he worked as Outside Labor for the Hudson Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3107809 and he was assigned to the Auxiliary Remount Depot #304, . He died of Influenza on October 09, 1918 while in training at Camp Meade, MD and his death was notified to his wife Maria in Italy; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
ManfredoCeliManfredo Cali1893Massa d'AlbeOssining, NYOctober 18, 1918311th Infantry78thManfredo Celi (alias Manfredo Cali ) was born in the village of Massa d'Albe in or about 1893 to Salvatore Celi . He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Ossining, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Bohhlen. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2451195 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company E as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 18, 1918 and his death was notified to his sister Margherita in Ossining, NY; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GuerrinoCellini1890Sezze RomanoErie, PASeptember 10, 1918136th Machine Gun Battalion37thGuerrino Cellini was born in the village of Sezze Romano in or about 1890 to Biagio Cellini. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Erie, PA where he worked as Laborer for the New York Central Railroad Freight House. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1848506 and he was assigned to the 136th Machine Gun Battalion, Company A as part of the 37th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 10, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Luisa Del Nero
SeverinoCellini1897MoroloBuffalo, NYJuly 18, 191823rd Infantry2ndSeverino Cellini was born in the village of Morolo in or about 1897 to Antonio Cellini. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Buffalo, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 50499 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company E as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Possibly father Michele mother Gertrude (see 1913 manifest)
AntonioCemato1896NaplesLawrence, MAJune 25, 191823rd Infantry2ndAntonio Cemato was born in the city of Naples in or about 1896. Emigrated to America he settled in Lawrence, MA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company I as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on June 25, 1918 in the in the vicinity of Veaux ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Next kin Luisa Cemato in Italy. Possibly Cimato, last name common in Calabria
DomenicoCentiDomenico Senti1894L'Aquila (Pianola)Donora, PAOctober 08, 1918319th Infantry80thDomenico Centi (alias Domenico Senti ) was born in the village of L'Aquila (Pianola) in or about 1894 to Bartolomeo and Rosa Ercole. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Donora, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Donora Zinc Works. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2469028 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company I as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 08, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Antonio Biorsini, 123 First Steet Donora, PA.
VincenzoCentonzeVincenzo Centonzo1893GinosaMt. Vernon, NYOctober 15, 1918308th Infantry77thVincenzo Centonze (alias Vincenzo Centonzo ) was born in the village of Ginosa in or about 1893 to Giuseppe and Maria Panetta. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Mt. Vernon, NY where he worked as Clothes Presser for the Sanno Brothers. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1710202 and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Company L as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 15, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MarsilioCenzatoMasilo Censote1895ChiampoRichmond, MAJuly 18, 1918104th Infantry26thMarsilio Cenzato (alias Masilo Censote) was born in the village of Chiampo in or about 1895 to Lorenzo Cenzato. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Richmond, MA where he worked as Miner for the Richmond Iron Works. He volunteered in the American Army on September 1917 and he was assigned to the 104th Infantry, Company G as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 in the vicinity of Belleau Wood during the Aisne-Marne offensive and his death was notified to his sister in Richmond Turner, MA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCerbinoFrank Cherby1897RomaNew London, CTJuly 23, 19189th Infantry2ndFrancesco Cerbino (alias Frank Cherby ) was born in the village of Roma in or about 1897. Emigrated to America he settled in New London, CT. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 39047 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company E as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 23, 1918 and his death was notified to his uncle Giovanni in New London, CT; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCerboFrank Cherb1895PietravairanoWoonsocket, RINovember 02, 191864th Infantry7thFrancesco Cerbo (alias Frank Cherb ) was born in the village of Pietravairano in or about 1895 to Francesco and Maria Grazia Cimino. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Woonsocket, RI. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1033909 and he was assigned to the 64th Infantry, Company K as part of the 7th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 02, 1918 near Thiaucourt and his death was notified to his sister Cecilia in Providence, RI; he is buried in Cranston, RI in the Saint Ann's Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Luigi. Died when a shell exploded near Company C lining for mass at 8:30 AM and originally buried in Bullionville, France
GiuseppeCeres1897CaposeleNewark, NJOctober 23, 1918113th Infantry29thGiuseppe Ceres was born in the village of Caposele in or about 1897 to Lorenzo and Olimpia Farina. Emigrated to America he settled in Newark, NJ. He volunteered in the American Army on August 1917 in Sohoo with serial number 1278301 and he was assigned to the 113th Infantry, Company C as part of the 29th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 23, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PaoloCericola1890PaglietaPhiladelphia, PASeptember 30, 1918145th Infantry37thPaolo Cericola was born in the village of Paglieta in or about 1890 to Antonio Cericola. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Stone Mason for the Felice Contini. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2668371 and he was assigned to the 145th Infantry, Company I as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 30, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mistakely entered as Vincenzo on Albo d'Oro.
VincenzoCericola1896PaglietaWarren, RINovember 03, 1918314th Infantry79thVincenzo Cericola was born in the village of Paglieta in or about 1896 to Giusto Cericola. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Warren, RI where he worked as Rubber Worker for the National India Rubber Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 314th Infantry, Company D as part of the 79th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 03, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoCerio1891MatriceLa Crosse, WIJuly 18, 191828th Infantry1stDomenico Cerio was born in the village of Matrice in or about 1891 to Giuseppe and Palma Di Lillo. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in La Crosse, WI. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 28th Infantry, Company C as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 and his death was notified to his father Giuseppe (Joseph) in Cleveland, OH; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His Silver Star citation reads: "Private Cerio distinguished himself by gallantry in action while serving with Company C, 28th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces, in action during the operations connected with the capture and defense of Cantigny, France, 27 to 31 May 1918. Private Cerio in addition to displaying absolute fearlessness while carrying messages under heavy shell fire, advanced alone for some distance into the German lines and killed a German sniper who was hindering the construction of a battalion strongpoint." General Orders: Headquarters, 1st Division, A.E.F., General Orders No. 26 (June 15, 1918).
FrancescoCerisanoFrench Cerisano1895Siderno MarinaAlbany, NYOctober 14, 191861st Infantry5thFrancesco Cerisano (alias French Cerisano) was born in the village of Siderno Marina in or about 1895 to Domenico Cerisano. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Albany, NY being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft . He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2386316 and he was assigned to the 61st Infantry, Company B as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 14, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact his brother Giuseppe
Angelo RaffaeleCerneraRalph Cernera1896Contursi TermeBrooklyn, NYOctober 05, 191859th Infantry4thAngelo Raffaele Cernera (alias Ralph Cernera) was born in the village of Contursi Terme in or about 1896 to Celestino Cernera. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Coal Passer being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3196543 and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company K as part of the 4th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Brooklyn, NY in the Saint John's Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCerone1892CollelongoMasontown, WVOctober 05, 1918110th Infantry28thFrancesco Cerone was born in the village of Collelongo in or about 1892 to Pasquale Cerone. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Masontown, WV where he worked as Miner for the Elskin Coal & Coke Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3166139 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company I as part of the 28th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 05, 1918 in France . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AgostinoCerrone1896DelicetoGlen Alum, WVOctober 08, 19189th Training Bn. Inf Repl.Agostino Cerrone was born in the village of Deliceto in or about 1896 to Michele Cerrone. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Glen Alum, WV where he worked as Miner for the Glen Alum Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4533011 and he was assigned to the 9th Training Bn. Inf Repl., Company K. He died of Pneumonia on October 08, 1918 while in training at Camp Lee, VA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EuplioCerrone1895TrevicoRevere, MANovember 10, 191855th Field ArtilleryC.A.C.Euplio Cerrone was born in the village of Trevico in or about 1895 to Pasquale Cerrone. He emigrated to America in 1908 and settled in Revere, MA where he started his own business as Tailor. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 55th Field Artillery, Battery F as part of the C.A.C. Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 10, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded in the vicinity of Beaufort
PietroCerrone1893MontaquilaPhiladelphia, PAFebruary 22, 1919315th Infantry79thPietro Cerrone was born in the village of Montaquila in or about 1893 to Nicodemo and Concetta Ottaviano. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer for the United Gas Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3109937 and he was assigned to the 315th Infantry, Company I as part of the 79th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on February 22, 1919 in France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MarianoCerulloMarciano Cirullo1895RipacandidaTorrington, CTAugust 04, 1918326th Infantry82ndMariano Cerullo (alias Marciano Cirullo ) was born in the village of Ripacandida in or about 1895 to Pasquale and Angela Maria Mastantuono. Emigrated to America he settled in Torrington, CT where he worked as Molder's helper for the Handy Machine Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1685686 and he was assigned to the 326th Infantry, Company F as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on August 04, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiCerulloLewis Cerullo1896RipacandidaAltoona, PAJuly 15, 1918110th Infantry28thLuigi Cerullo (alias Lewis Cerullo) was born in the village of Ripacandida in or about 1896 to Rocco and Maria Sinisi. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Altoona, PA where he worked as Waiter. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Altoona, PA with serial number 1239272 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Machine Gun Company as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 during the operations in the Confremaux sector and his death was notified to his cousin Luigi Sinisi in Altoona, PA; he is buried in Altoona, PA in the Calvary Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was killed by a shell hitting the dug-out he was hiding in with other six men of the MG Co, amongst them there was another italian, Di Egidio. He was originally buried in a field north of the road between Conde en Brie and Confremaux 500 yards east of La Hauche Ferme. He is mentioned on the Altoona Tribune July 27, 1918. Picture and article on Altoona tribune August 2, 1918 Page 12 (110th roster, findagrave). His father Rocco had been imprisoned for the murder of his wife Maria Sinisi in 1907, in his will Luigi asked for pardon for his father.
LuigiCerulo1894VitulanoNew Haven, CTJuly 21, 1918102nd Infantry26thLuigi Cerulo was born in the village of Vitulano in or about 1894 to Angelo Cerulo. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in New Haven, CT. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in New Haven, CT with serial number 63807 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Company B as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 21, 1918 in the vicinity of the Bois de Bouresches during the Aisne-Marne offensive and his death was notified to his uncle Domenico Formato in New Haven, CT; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was also slightly wounded on April 20, 1918 during the battle of Seicheprey.
FrancescoCerviFrancesco Carri1896PiciniscoPort Chester, NYDecember 30, 1918Casual Sdet Base Hosp Camp WheelerFrancesco Cervi (alias Francesco Carri ) was born in the village of Picinisco in or about 1896 to Pasquale Cervi . Emigrated to America he settled in Port Chester, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Peters Brothers. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 5070387 and he was assigned to the Casual Sdet Base Hosp Camp Wheeler, . He died of Pneumonia on December 30, 1918 while in training at Camp Wheeler, GA ; he is buried in Port Chester, NY in the Saint Mary Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. mother Serafina Valentino
GaetanoCervoni1894Boville ErnicaMechanicsville, NYOctober 16, 1918310th Infantry78thGaetano Cervoni was born in the village of Boville Ernica in or about 1894 to Pietro Cervoni. Emigrated to America he settled in Mechanicsville, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Callahan Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1747013 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 16, 1918 in St. Juvin and his death was notified to his step brother Rocco Mastrangelo in Schenectady, NY; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VittorioCescato1893Crocetta del Montello (Ciano)Latouche, AKOctober 13, 1918127th Infantry32ndVittorio Cescato was born in the village of Crocetta del Montello (Ciano) in or about 1893 to Bortolo Cescato. Emigrated to America he settled in Latouche, AK where he worked as Lineman Helper for the Alaskan Engineering Commission. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 127th Infantry, Company F as part of the 32nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 13, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. According to ABMC entered service from Washington. Emergency contact his brother Angelo in Latouche, AK
AngeloCestone1893CalitriNew Rochelle, NYDecember 03, 19182nd PioneerAngelo Cestone was born in the village of Calitri in or about 1893 to Berardino and Rosa Cadella. He emigrated to America in 1901 and settled in New Rochelle, NY where he worked as Gardener. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3183169 and he was assigned to the 2nd Pioneer, Company C. He died of Pneumonia on December 03, 1918 in New York City and his death was notified to his father Berardino (Bennie) in New Rochelle, NY; he is buried in New Rochelle, NY in the Holy Sepulchre and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He died of pulmonary complications after being gassed.
OdoardoCeteroni1889Porto San GiorgioGreenfield, MAOctober 15, 1918310th CavalryOdoardo Ceteroni was born in the village of Porto San Giorgio in or about 1889 to Giuseppe Ceteroni. He emigrated to America in 1904 and settled in Greenfield, MA where he worked as Mason for the H.L. Williams Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 310th Cavalry, Troop A. He died of Influenza on October 15, 1918 while in training at Fort Ethan Allen, VT and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SilvestroCheula1890DruognoRedding, CANovember 11, 191815th Field Artillery2ndSilvestro Cheula was born in the village of Druogno in or about 1890. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Redding, CA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1638444 and he was assigned to the 15th Field Artillery, Company F as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on November 11, 1918 ; he is buried in Mount Shasta, Memorial Park and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Giuseppe Emilio , photo on find a grave
DomenicoChiafullo1895CollianoBlack Lick, PASeptember 12, 19189th Infantry2ndDomenico Chiafullo was born in the village of Colliano in or about 1895 to Paolo Chiafullo. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Black Lick, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 413321 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Machine Gun Company as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on September 12, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Enlisted in Gettysburg in July 1917. Mother Angela Guida. Albo records death on October 30
AntonioChianese1892CarinolaPhiladelphia, PASeptember 06, 1918109th Infantry28thAntonio Chianese was born in the village of Carinola in or about 1892 to Andrea Chianese. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Penna. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1805972 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company L as part of the 28th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioChiaramonte1895PartannaHelper, UTOctober 05, 1918109th Infantry28thAntonio Chiaramonte was born in the village of Partanna in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in Helper, UT where he worked as Holster Helper for the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2784241 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company H as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact Salvatore in Akron, OH
NicolaChiaravalle1888LavelloNew York City, NYSeptember 29, 1918108th Infantry27thNicola Chiaravalle was born in the village of Lavello in or about 1888 to Mauro Chiaravalle. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2451819 and he was assigned to the 108th Infantry, Company M as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 ; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngelantonioChiarella1892GimiglianoNiagara Falls, NYOctober 27, 1918309th Infantry78thAngelantonio Chiarella was born in the village of Gimigliano in or about 1892 to Giuseppe Chiarella. Emigrated to America he settled in Niagara Falls, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1738761 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company H as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 27, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SaverioChiarellaSamuel Chiarella1895GimiglianoRockaway, NJOctober 05, 19184th Engineers4thSaverio Chiarella (alias Samuel Chiarella) was born in the village of Gimigliano in or about 1895 to Salvatore Rosario Chiarella. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Rockaway, NJ where he worked as Mason for the R.W. Whitam & Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 568096 and he was assigned to the 4th Engineers, Company A as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Maria Giuseppa Rizzo, born on October 28, 1895 (confirmed). Pictures on ancestry family tree
AntonioChiarelliToney Carvelle1895CutroMount Clare, WVNovember 06, 191816th Infantry1stAntonio Chiarelli (alias Toney Carvelle) was born in the village of Cutro in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in Mount Clare, WV where he worked as Miner for the Marshall Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3165968 and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company B as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on November 06, 1918 in Sedan ; he is buried in Clarksburg, WV in the Holy Cross Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His death was notified to Peter Carvelle, Laura Lee Mine, Lumberport, WV; WV Adjutant Gen Office records have these dates of birth: 6 June 1896 (from a war record) & 6 June 1895 ( from burial record) and his place of birth is recorded as Bocchigliano (CS)
JohnChiarelloJohn Karelli1890Aiello CalabroFayette City, PAOctober 13, 1918325th Infantry82ndJohn Chiarello (alias John Karelli ) was born in the village of Aiello Calabro in or about 1890 to Gaetano Chiarello . Emigrated to America he settled in Fayette City, PA where he worked as Coal Miner for the Gillespie Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1897725 and he was assigned to the 325th Infantry, Company B as part of the 82nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 13, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Maria Bolognese
DonatangeloChiarulloDonatangelo Chiarulto1890Cassano delle MurgeChicago, ILOctober 13, 1918158th Depot BrigadeDonatangelo Chiarullo (alias Donatangelo Chiarulto ) was born in the village of Cassano delle Murge in or about 1890. Emigrated to America he settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the City of Chicago. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2934234 and he was assigned to the 158th Depot Brigade, Company 28. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 13, 1918 while in training at Camp Sherman, OH ; he is buried in Chillicote, OH in the Greenlawn Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Registered as Ohio soldier residing in Akron, OH (although entering service from Chicago)
FortunatoChierichettiFrank Chierichetti1896Gallarate (Arnate)Rockford, ILAugust 11, 1918131st Infantry33rdFortunato Chierichetti (alias Frank Chierichetti) was born in the village of Gallarate (Arnate) in or about 1896 to Pasquale and Maria Chierichetti. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Rockford, IL where he worked as Laborer for the Nelson Knitting Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1387841 and he was assigned to the 131st Infantry, Company H as part of the 33rd Division. He was Killed in Action on August 11, 1918 near Chipilly Ridge ; he is buried in Gallarate (VA) in the Cimitero di Arnate and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Struck by shrapnel while at a ration detail.
CarmeloChiesa1894Mongiardino LigureSan Francisco, CAOctober 07, 191826th Infantry1stCarmelo Chiesa was born in the village of Mongiardino Ligure in or about 1894. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in San Francisco, CA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 26th Infantry, Company B as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 07, 1918 in the vicinity of Hill 272 during the second phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother of Luigi? Mongiardino Ligure (Carmelino arrived in 1914)
CarmeloChillemi1889AntilloAlbany, NYFebruary 12, 191921st EngineersCarmelo Chillemi was born in the village of Antillo in or about 1889 to Carmelo Chillemi. Emigrated to America he settled in Albany, NY where he started his own business as Tailor. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3182397 and he was assigned to the 21st Engineers, Company N. He died of Toxemia from accidental burns on February 12, 1919 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleChimienti1888Sannicardo di BariBellingham, WAOctober 31, 1918316th Engineers91stMichele Chimienti was born in the village of Sannicardo di Bari in or about 1888 to Giovanni and Angela Tomasenzio. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Bellingham, WA where he worked as Foreman for the Spokane Portand & Seattle Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2273521 and he was assigned to the 316th Engineers, Company E as part of the 91st Division. He died of Accident or other cause on October 31, 1918 near Château Ter Elts, Belgium and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Waregem in the Flanders Field American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. According to the history of the 316th died "of other causes"
CrescenzoChiocchio1887CoculloKennett, CASeptember 29, 1918347th Machine Gun Battalion91stCrescenzo Chiocchio was born in the village of Cocullo in or about 1887 to Antonio Chiocchio. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Kennett, CA where he worked as Laborer for the Magnus Copper Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2256116 and he was assigned to the 347th Machine Gun Battalion, Company C as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 in the attack on Gesnes and his death was notified to his wife Domenica in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised at Camp Lewis, WA under provisions of the Congress Act on foreign soldiers.
GuiseppeChiossoFontanarossaSan Francisco, CAGuiseppe Chiosso was born in the village of Fontanarossa . Emigrated to America he settled in San Francisco, CA. He was inducted in the Army . He died of on and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreChirchirilloSam Chichirillo1889RoccapalumbaElectra, TXSeptember 11, 1918129th Field Artillery35thSalvatore Chirchirillo (alias Sam Chichirillo ) was born in the village of Roccapalumba in or about 1889 to Castrenze Chirchirillo . He emigrated to America in 1904 and settled in Electra, TX where he worked as Barber. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2232471 and he was assigned to the 129th Field Artillery, Battery B as part of the 35th Division. He died of Endocarditis on September 11, 1918 in Angers and his death was notified to his uncle Filippo in Dallas, TX; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Giovanni BattistaChiti1893PistoiaWaterbury, CTAugust 30, 1918127th Infantry32ndGiovanni Battista Chiti was born in the city of Pistoia in or about 1893. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Waterbury, CT where he worked as Driver. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2673777 and he was assigned to the 127th Infantry, Company H as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on August 30, 1918 in Juvigny and his death was notified to his brother in law Andrea Vinci (Vincent) in Waterbury, CT and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Prior to coming to the US his family lived in Decimo, between Pistoia and Lucca. His sister Angelina (1884) moved to Waterbury in 1914 with no family left in Italy, suggesting both parents were deceased.
GiuseppeChiulliGiuseppe Chuilli1896CugnoliOssining, NYSeptember 29, 1918105th Infantry27thGiuseppe Chiulli (alias Giuseppe Chuilli ) was born in the village of Cugnoli in or about 1896 to Nunzio Chiulli . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Ossining, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Fred Grannis. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2451231 and he was assigned to the 105th Infantry, Company B as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 ; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EnricoChiurri1895NavelliLeomister, MAJanuary 27, 1919121st Field Artillery32ndEnrico Chiurri was born in the village of Navelli in or about 1895 to Nicola Chiurri. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Leomister, MA where he started his own business as Farmer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 121st Field Artillery, Battery F as part of the 32nd Division. He died of Disease on January 27, 1919 in France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Vito AntonioCiaccia1887MonopoliCoatesville, PAMay 11, 1919319th Infantry80thVito Antonio Ciaccia was born in the village of Monopoli in or about 1887 to Luigi Ciaccia. Emigrated to America he settled in Coatesville, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2708296 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company A as part of the 80th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on May 11, 1919 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Angela Mastrangelo. Notified brother Paolo in Coatesville, PA
GaspareCiaccio1890Sambuca ZabutRockford, ILOctober 02, 1918131st Infantry33rdGaspare Ciaccio was born in the village of Sambuca Zabut in or about 1890 to Giuseppe and Giuseppa Cipolla. Emigrated to America he settled in Rockford, IL. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1386384 and he was assigned to the 131st Infantry, Company A as part of the 33rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 02, 1918 in the vicinity of Consenvoy ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was hit by a shell while sleeping in a dugout
MicheleCiaccio1894SciaccaNorristown, PAJuly 16, 1918109th Infantry28thMichele Ciaccio was born in the village of Sciacca in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Norristown, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Alan Wood& Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1811873 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company M as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 16, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother Harry Ciaccio in Norristown, PA.
GiovanniCiafrè1896NeretoMidland, PAOctober 26, 191883rd Field ArtilletyGiovanni Ciafrè was born in the village of Nereto in or about 1896 to Berardino and Santa Di Lorenzo. Emigrated to America he settled in Midland, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Pittsburgh Crucible Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1047530 and he was assigned to the 83rd Field Artillety, Battery B. He died of Disease on October 26, 1918 while in training at Fort Sill, OK ; he is buried in Fort Sill Post Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. The Italian Albo d'Oro records erroneously July 15, 1917 his date of death.
LuigiCiagliaLouis Chialias1894San LupoJersey City, NJNovember 01, 1918309th Infantry78thLuigi Ciaglia (alias Louis Chialias ) was born in the village of San Lupo in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Jersey City, NJ where he worked as Receiving Clerk for the Public Service. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1763498 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company L as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 and his death was notified to his uncle Antonio Meola in Jersey City; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngeloCiamaccoAngelo Camacco1894Pettorano Sul GizioNew Haven, CTJuly 06, 191828th Infantry1stAngelo Ciamacco (alias Angelo Camacco ) was born in the village of Pettorano Sul Gizio in or about 1894 to Vincenza Ventresca. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New Haven, CT where he worked as Janitor for the Southern New England Telephone Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2789179 and he was assigned to the 28th Infantry, Company M as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 06, 1918 in Soissons ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. By the time of the draft he was living at 140 Lafayette Ave together with his sister, who was notified of his death, and his brother in law. He was naturalised at Fort Devens, MA under provisions of the Congress Act on Foreign Soldiers. Cited for Bravery. According to the History of 1st Division he was part of Co. M 18th Infantry.
GiulioCiambruschini1889PitiglianoBaltimore, MDOctober 25, 1918110th Machine Gun Battalion29thGiulio Ciambruschini was born in the village of Pitigliano in or about 1889 to Vincenzo Ciambruschini. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Baltimore, MD. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 110th Machine Gun Battalion, Company B as part of the 29th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 25, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PasqualeCiampiPasquale Ciampa1894ApiceLynn, MAOctober 15, 1918325th Infantry82ndPasquale Ciampi (alias Pasquale Ciampa) was born in the village of Apice in or about 1894 to Domenico and Fortunata Giannello. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Lynn, MA where he worked as Laborer for the General Electric Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 325th Infantry, Company F as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 15, 1918 in the vicinity of St. Juvin ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VerinoCiancettaVerino Cainretta1892PescaraWatertown, NYOctober 12, 191861st Infantry5thVerino Ciancetta (alias Verino Cainretta ) was born in the city of Pescara in or about 1892 to Luigi and Rosa Di Benedetto. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Watertown, NY where he worked as Fireman for the State of New York. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2386017 and he was assigned to the 61st Infantry, Company A as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 during the second phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his brother Domenico in Watertown, NY . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Giovanni AgostinoCiapponiJohn Ciapponi1886MorbegnoFlint, MIJuly 23, 1918102nd Field Artillery26thGiovanni Agostino Ciapponi (alias John Ciapponi ) was born in the village of Morbegno in or about 1886 to Pietro and Angela Ciapponi. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Flint, MI where he worked as Blacksmith Helper for the Weston Mott Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 102nd Field Artillery, Battery A as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 23, 1918 during the Aisne-Marne offensive and his death was notified to Michele Usini in Flint; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreCiarbonettiSalvate Ciarbonette1894Teramo (Nepezzano)West Chester, PAOctober 02, 19181st Development BattalionSalvatore Ciarbonetti (alias Salvate Ciarbonette ) was born in the village of Teramo (Nepezzano) in or about 1894 to Berardo Ciarbonetti . Emigrated to America he settled in West Chester, PA where he worked as Chaffeur for the George R. Camp. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3358445 and he was assigned to the 1st Development Battalion, Company 9. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 02, 1918 Philadelphia, PA ; he is buried in Merwood, DE in the Saint Denis Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Francesca Di Filippo. Notified his cousin Alfonso Guerra in Philadelphia
FrancoCiarcellutiFrank Circi1891CollecorvinoCleveland, OHOctober 04, 1918Franco Ciarcelluti (alias Frank Circi ) was born in the city of Collecorvino in or about 1891 to Domenicantonio Ciarcelluti . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Cleveland, OH where he worked as Carpenter for the Coburn Company. He was inducted in the Army . He died of Influenza on October 04, 1918 while in training at Camp Sherman, OH ; he is buried in Cleveland and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Alfonso in Cleveland verify identity Ciarcelluti-Circi
AntonioCiaschini1890MondolfoSeattle, WAOctober 19, 1918Antonio Ciaschini was born in the village of Mondolfo in or about 1890 to Eugenio Ciaschini. Emigrated to America he settled in Seattle, WA where he worked as Garbage Worker for the City of Seattle. He was inducted in the Army . He died of wounds received in action on October 19, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact Cesare Ciaschini 316 Dexter Ave. Seattle
EmilioCiavolella1886EsperiaNew York City, NYNovember 01, 1918310th Infantry78thEmilio Ciavolella was born in the village of Esperia in or about 1886 to Filippo Ciavolella. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Track Laborer for the New York New Haven & Hartford Rairoad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2671243 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company G as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 and his death was notified to his wife in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCiccaglione1893Lauro di Sessa AuruncaNewburgh, NYJune 18, 191951st PioneerGiuseppe Ciccaglione was born in the village of Lauro di Sessa Aurunca in or about 1893 to Andrea Ciccaglione. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Newburgh, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3189158 and he was assigned to the 51st Pioneer , Company C. He died of Accidental gunshot wound on June 18, 1919 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Spelled CHICKALONE, notified brother Girolamo (Jerome)
VincenzoCiccarone1886TufiloNorfolk, NYJanuary 10, 1920305th Infantry77thVincenzo Ciccarone was born in the village of Tufilo in or about 1886 to Domenico Ciccarone. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Norfolk, NY where he started his own business as Merchant. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1699222 and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company B as part of the 77th Division. He died of wounds received in action on January 10, 1920 and his death was notified to his brother Adamo in New York City . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoCicchelliVincent Cicchelli1891San Martino d'AgriNew York City, NYOctober 12, 1918325th Infantry82ndVincenzo Cicchelli (alias Vincent Cicchelli) was born in the village of San Martino d'Agri in or about 1891 to Giuseppe Cicchelli. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Huyler's Candy Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1898687 and he was assigned to the 325th Infantry, Company F as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCicchettiGeorge Chicerlo1891San Vito ChietinoCleveland, OHSeptember 28, 1918147th Infantry37thGiuseppe Cicchetti (alias George Chicerlo ) was born in the village of San Vito Chietino in or about 1891 to Vito Cicchetti . He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Cleveland, OH where he worked as Laborer for the Joe Martino. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1526823 and he was assigned to the 147th Infantry, Company K as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 28, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
OnoratoCicciHenry Cicci1893Santo Stefano di SessanioYukon, PAOctober 06, 1918319th Infantry80thOnorato Cicci (alias Henry Cicci) was born in the village of Santo Stefano di Sessanio in or about 1893 to Domenico Cicci. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Yukon, PA where he worked as Miner for the Whyle Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2663116 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company M as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Maria Lucia Tatone, born on April 27, 1893 (confirmed)
SabatinoCiccone1893PacentroSegundo, COOctober 21, 1918Naval ReserveSabatino Ciccone was born in the village of Pacentro in or about 1893 to Vincenzo Ciccone. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Segundo, CO where he worked as Night Watchman Washery for the Colorado Fuel & Iron Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the Naval Reserve, Company 7. He died of Acute Myocarditis on October 21, 1918 while in training at in San Pedro, CA at the Naval Traing Camp ; he is buried in Trinidad, CO in the Masonic Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioCicconeAntonio Cicconi1892CollelongoMt. Carmel, PAOctober 03, 191818th Battalion Infantry Replacement (IRTC)Antonio Ciccone (alias Antonio Cicconi ) was born in the village of Collelongo in or about 1892 to Pietro Paolo Ciccone . Emigrated to America he settled in Mt. Carmel, PA where he worked as Miner for the Keyston Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4091685 and he was assigned to the 18th Battalion Infantry Replacement (IRTC), Company L. He died of Influenza on October 03, 1918 while in training at Camp Lee, VA ; he is buried in Mount Carmel, PA in the Saint Peter's Ccemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalised in Camp Lee. Notified his brother Federico Cicconi
SalvatoreCicero1889MessinaNew York City, NYOctober 17, 1918116th Infantry29thSalvatore Cicero was born in the city of Messina in or about 1889. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Carpenter. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 370000 and he was assigned to the 116th Infantry, Company A as part of the 29th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 17, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother in New York City; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. 416 E. 13th Street, notified brother Joe
GiovanniCifù1894Pontecorvo (Sant'Oliva)Cranston, RIOctober 17, 1918310th Infantry78thGiovanni Cifù was born in the village of Pontecorvo (Sant'Oliva) in or about 1894 to Giovanni and Oliva Papa. Emigrated to America he settled in Cranston, RI where he worked as Carpenter for the Bourn Rubber Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company M as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 17, 1918 near St. Juvin and his death was notified to his brother Alessandro Cifu (1889-1929) in 50 Byron St., Cranston, RI and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiacintoCilentiGiacinto Cilento1890Vico del GarganoMonessen, PASeptember 26, 1918319th Infantry80thGiacinto Cilenti (alias Giacinto Cilento ) was born in the village of Vico del Gargano in or about 1890 to Nicola Cilenti . He emigrated to America in 1907, 1913 and settled in Monessen, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Carnegie Steel Mill. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1828308 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company M as part of the 80th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 26, 1918 near Bethincourt during the operations in the Dannevoux sector; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Angelantonia Sciscio. Born August 8, 1890 (confirmed). Notified Carlo Cilenti in Conleysville, PA
Gaetano Luigi GaspareCilento1887Vico EquenseNew York City, NYJune 23, 1918326th Infantry82ndGaetano Luigi Gaspare Cilento was born in the village of Vico Equense in or about 1887 to Salvatore and Costanza Guida. He emigrated to America in 1894 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Designer for the Bartlett Orr Press. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1904354 and he was assigned to the 326th Infantry, Company B as part of the 82nd Division. He died of a self inflicted gunshot on June 23, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in New York City and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His father was a barber, he arrived to Manhattan with his mother and sisters Fortunata, Maria, Angela and Adele.
GiuseppeCilento1895Pignataro MaggioreWebster, NYSeptember 29, 1918135th InfantryGiuseppe Cilento was born in the village of Pignataro Maggiore in or about 1895 to Carmine Cilento. Emigrated to America he settled in Webster, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2960008 and he was assigned to the 135th Infantry, Company B. He died of Influenza on September 29, 1918 while in training at Camp Syracuse, NY . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SosioCimaSessia Chima1892Castro de VolsciSharspville, PAJanuary 19, 1919601st EngineersSosio Cima (alias Sessia Chima ) was born in the village of Castro de Volsci in or about 1892 to Crescenzo Cima . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Sharspville, PA where he worked as Laborer blast furnace for the Shenango Furnace Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1852075 and he was assigned to the 601st Engineers, Company A. He died of Accidental drowning on January 19, 1919 in France ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his brother Andrea in Detroit, another brother Vincenzo lived in Sharpville by 1912.
LucioCimaroli1887VallecorsaErie, PAJuly 15, 191838th Infantry3rdLucio Cimaroli was born in the village of Vallecorsa in or about 1887 to Martino Cimaroli. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Erie, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Perry Iron Works. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 549742 and he was assigned to the 38th Infantry, Company B as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 East of Mézy, in the vicinity of Surmelin River during the second battle of the Marne and his death was notified to his wife Sabatina in Italy; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioCiminoTony Cimino1894Lamezia Terme (Sambiase)Philadelphia, PAJune 22, 191861st Infantry5thAntonio Cimino (alias Tony Cimino) was born in the village of Lamezia Terme (Sambiase) in or about 1894 to Carlo Cimino. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Machinist for the Nelson Valve Works. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2388486 and he was assigned to the 61st Infantry, Company L as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on June 22, 1918 near Tête du Violu during the operations in the Arnould sector; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Under French Command. Originally buried Ban de Laveline, Vosges, France. Emergency contact his wife Ms. Filomena Cimino in Philadelphia.
FilippoCimino1891GrotteEast Rochester, NYOctober 04, 191817th BattalionFilippo Cimino was born in the village of Grotte in or about 1891 to Antonio Cimino. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in East Rochester, NY where he worked as Machine Hand for the Sanitary Can Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4894440 and he was assigned to the 17th Battalion, Company 69th. He died of Influenza on October 04, 1918 in Syracuse, NY at the Crouse Irving Hospital ; he is buried in Webster Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GaetanoCimino1890Nocere TerineseCanton, OHJuly 19, 1918116th Infantry29thGaetano Cimino was born in the village of Nocere Terinese in or about 1890. Emigrated to America he settled in Canton, OH where he worked as Doubler for the Berger Mfg.. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2108714 and he was assigned to the 116th Infantry, Company A as part of the 29th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 19, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. The 2nd Division history records him as part of Co. A 2nd Engineer
VincentCiminoChicago, ILVincent Cimino was born. Emigrated to America he settled in Chicago, IL. He was inducted in the Army . He died of on and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Frank Cimino
FrancescoCinaglia1888ComunanzaLayton, PAOctober 16, 1918327th Infantry82ndFrancesco Cinaglia was born in the village of Comunanza in or about 1888 to Cassiano Cinaglia. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Layton, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Jos. Soisson Fire Brick Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1907068 and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company G as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 16, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Wife Filomena Mattioli. Mother Angela Pacetti
LuigiCinalli1894AtessaBoston, MAOctober 12, 1918325th Infantry82ndLuigi Cinalli was born in the village of Atessa in or about 1894 to Luigi Cinalli. Emigrated to America he settled in Boston, MA where he worked as Laborer for the Massachussets General Hospital. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 325th Infantry, Company E as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 SouthEast of St. Juvin ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioCinanniAntonio Cinani1890Gerace SuperioreSpringfield, MAApril 13, 1918104th Infantry26thAntonio Cinanni (alias Antonio Cinani ) was born in the village of Gerace Superiore in or about 1890 to Vincenzo and Teresa Ali. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Springfield, MA where he worked as Railroad laborer. He volunteered in the American Army on May 1917 and he was assigned to the 104th Infantry, Company G as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on April 13, 1918 in Bois Brûlé during the operations in the Toul-Boucq Sector and his death was notified to his father in Italy; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Albert DanteCinelli1887PortoferraioSanta Rosa, CAOctober 01, 1918157th Infantry40thAlbert Dante Cinelli was born in the village of Portoferraio in or about 1887 to Alberto Cinelli. He emigrated to America in 1901 and settled in Santa Rosa, CA where he worked as Farmer for the Lina Cinelli Ranch. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 157th Infantry, Company A as part of the 40th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 01, 1918 while in training at Camp Kearny, CA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalised at Camp McKearny, CA under the provisions of the congress act regarding foreign soldiers.
LuigiCinosi1892VillalfonsinaPhiladelphia, PAOctober 01, 1918112th Infantry28thLuigi Cinosi was born in the village of Villalfonsina in or about 1892 to Filoteo Cinosi. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Stetson Hat Works. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1249452 and he was assigned to the 112th Infantry, Company M as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 01, 1918 in Apremont ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
OresteCioccoliniOresto Cioccolini1889CasciaTrenton, NJAugust 13, 191852nd PioneerOreste Cioccolini (alias Oresto Cioccolini) was born in the village of Cascia in or about 1889. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Trenton, NJ where he worked as Sulfuric Acid Dept. Laborer for the General Cemical Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3346820 and he was assigned to the 52nd Pioneer, Company B. He committed suicide on August 13, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCioffi1887AcerraEast Chicago, INOctober 01, 1918159th Depot BrigadeFrancesco Cioffi was born in the village of Acerra in or about 1887 to Pasquale and Grazia De Maria. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in East Chicago, IN where he worked as Chipper for the American Steel Foundries. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 159th Depot Brigade, Company 15. He died of Pneumonia on October 01, 1918 while in training at Camp Taylor, KY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AdornoCiotti1894RoccafluvioneDaisytown, PAOctober 01, 1918320th Infantry80thAdorno Ciotti was born in the village of Roccafluvione in or about 1894 to Antonio Ciotti. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Daisytown, PA where he worked as Miner for the Vesta Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2469095 and he was assigned to the 320th Infantry, Company E as part of the 80th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 01, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Wounded between September 26 and 28. Mother Maria Pocelli.
GiovanniCipolla1894Fara San MartinoBirdsboro, PAJuly 24, 1918116th Engineers41stGiovanni Cipolla was born in the village of Fara San Martino in or about 1894 to Pietro Cipolla. Emigrated to America he settled in Birdsboro, PA where he worked as Laborer for the J.S. Dyer Stone Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1807264 and he was assigned to the 116th Engineers, Company F as part of the 41st Division. He died of Pneumonia on July 24, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Anna Lucchitti
MicheleCipriani1890RivisondoliCleveland, OHMay 03, 1918148th Infantry37thMichele Cipriani was born in the village of Rivisondoli in or about 1890 to Antonio Cipriani. Emigrated to America he settled in Cleveland, OH where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1529033 and he was assigned to the 148th Infantry, Company C as part of the 37th Division. He died of Pneumonia on May 03, 1918 in the United States ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioCiprietti1891CampliArdmore, PAAugust 03, 1918166th Infantry42ndAntonio Ciprietti was born in the village of Campli in or about 1891 to Ubaldo Ciprietti. Emigrated to America he settled in Ardmore, PA where he worked as Farmer for the Clement Acton Griscom. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 94460 and he was assigned to the 166th Infantry, Company H as part of the 42nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on August 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Rosa Pacinelli. Notified cousin John in Ardmore. Albo mixes informations
FrancescoCiraci1889OstuniDover, OHOctober 04, 1918379th InfantryFrancesco Ciraci was born in the village of Ostuni in or about 1889. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Dover, OH where he worked as Laborer for the Pennsylvania Iron & Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2104525 and he was assigned to the 379th Infantry, Company F. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 04, 1918 while in training at Camp Pike, AK and his death was notified to his cousin Paolo Ciraci in Cleveland, OH and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiCiranniLouis Ciranny1893FalernaChehalis, WAOctober 07, 191826th Infantry1stLuigi Ciranni (alias Louis Ciranny ) was born in the village of Falerna in or about 1893 to Domenico Ciranni . He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Chehalis, WA where he worked as Miner. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 26th Infantry, Company Medical Dpt. as part of the 1st Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 07, 1918 during the second phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his brother Arcangelo in Tono, WA. Arrives in Philadelphia, naturalised in Washington. Probably enlisted.
GiovanniCirellaJohn Cirello1895PomaricoNew York City, NYJune 04, 1919Hq Tr 3 Army CorpGiovanni Cirella (alias John Cirello ) was born in the village of Pomarico in or about 1895. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Bookbinder for the Charles Blades. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2308453 and he was assigned to the Hq Tr 3 Army Corp, . He died of Bronchitis on June 04, 1919 in France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleCirelliMike Gerall1895CercemaggiorePittsburgh, PAOctober 01, 1918111th Infantry28thMichele Cirelli (alias Mike Gerall ) was born in the village of Cercemaggiore in or about 1895 to Domenico Cirelli . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Waiter for the Saratoga Lunch. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3627675 and he was assigned to the 111th Infantry, Company F as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 01, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Filomena Felice. Emergency contact his cousin Jim Christopher in Jeannette, PA. In a document it states as dropped from Rolls on November 1st (could be his DOD) and partecipated to the battle of the Argonnes (September 27, Oct 12) and Jauny (October 18-29)
MicheleCirilloMichael Chittick1888Vico di Pantano (Villa Literno)Hyde Park, MAJuly 22, 191859th Infantry4thMichele Cirillo (alias Michael Chittick ) was born in the village of Vico di Pantano (Villa Literno) in or about 1888 to Raffaele and Francesca Russo. Emigrated to America he settled in Hyde Park, MA where he worked as Laborer for the American Tool Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company E as part of the 4th Division. He died of wounds received in action on July 22, 1918 and his death was notified to his wife Maria Luigia Erra . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. In the Italian Albo d'Oro he is erroneously registered as belonging to the Italian Army. He was wounded in the vicinity of Priez.
GiuseppeCirino1895Viottoli di SerinoBoston, MAJune 06, 191816th Infantry1stGiuseppe Cirino was born in the village of Viottoli di Serino in or about 1895 to Domenico Cirino. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Boston, MA where he worked as Barber. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 16th Infantry, Company H as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on June 06, 1918 in the operations in the Cantigny Sector; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Cited on G.O. N.1 Hq 1st Division, 1 jan 1920 "For gallantry in action and especially meritorious service"
VincenzoCirrito1895CaltavuturoNiagara Falls, NYOctober 17, 1918309th Infantry78thVincenzo Cirrito was born in the village of Caltavuturo in or about 1895 to Calogera Simoni. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Niagara Falls, NY where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1738762 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company H as part of the 78th Division. He died of Tubercolosis on October 17, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. brother Agostino
GiuseppeCisseoJoseph Cisseo1896BromaJersey City, NJOctober 16, 1918309th Infantry78thGiuseppe Cisseo (alias Joseph Cisseo) was born in the city of Broma in or about 1896. Emigrated to America he settled in Jersey City, NJ where he started his own business as Chaffeur. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1762126 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 16, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoCitriniti1895GimiglianoUtica, NYNovember 08, 191861st Infantry5thVincenzo Citriniti was born in the village of Gimigliano in or about 1895 to Antonio and Maria Angela Barretta. Emigrated to America he settled in Utica, NY where he worked as Mill Laborer for the Rendall Kent Mill. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2385320 and he was assigned to the 61st Infantry, Company D as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 08, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Utica, NY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RaimondoCituccia1894GaetaRochester, NYMarch 02, 1919Machine Gine Training CenterRaimondo Cituccia was born in the village of Gaeta in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Rochester, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Symington Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 375953 and he was assigned to the Machine Gine Training Center, Company Tr. Gr. 1. He died of Strangled on March 02, 1919 while in training at Camp Hancock, GA ; he is buried in Rochester, NY in the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LoretoCiuffetelli1896AquilaAkron, NYOctober 10, 1918307th Infantry77thLoreto Ciuffetelli was born in the village of Aquila in or about 1896 to Giovanni Ciuffetelli. Emigrated to America he settled in Akron, NY where he worked as Miner for the American Gypsum Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1680495 and he was assigned to the 307th Infantry, Company L as part of the 77th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 10, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreCiufo1896MinturnoUtica, NYOctober 22, 1918345th Infantry87thSalvatore Ciufo was born in the village of Minturno in or about 1896 to Lorenzo Ciufo. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Utica, NY where he worked as Air brake cleaner for the New York Central Railroad. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3673072 and he was assigned to the 345th Infantry, Company C as part of the 87th Division. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 22, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Vincenzo in Utica, NY; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalised at Camp Dix under provisions of the Congress Act on Foreign Soldiers
SebastianoCiurca1896Valguarnera CaropepeRochester, NYNovember 01, 1918310th Infantry78thSebastiano Ciurca was born in the village of Valguarnera Caropepe in or about 1896 to Pietro and Anna Bentivegna. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Rochester, NY where he worked as Laborer for the E.P. Reed Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1757678 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company C as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 01, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Rochester, NY; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded while on an outpost in the vicinity of Thiaucourt.
GiovanniCivitillo1895Cusano MutriWest Haven, CTOctober 14, 191860th Infantry5thGiovanni Civitillo was born in the village of Cusano Mutri in or about 1895 to Bartolomeo and Angela Orsino. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in West Haven, CT where he worked as Laborer for the Connecticut Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2384290 and he was assigned to the 60th Infantry, Company I as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 14, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in West Haven, CT; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoCivitilloJames Civitillo1900Piedimonte d'AlifeRochester, NYSeptember 29, 1918108th Infantry27thVincenzo Civitillo (alias James Civitillo) was born in the village of Piedimonte d'Alife in or about 1900 to Raffaele and Raffaela Gagliardi. Emigrated to America he settled in Rochester, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1214860 and he was assigned to the 108th Infantry, Company G as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 between Cambria & St. Quentin ; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoCivitilloVincenso Civitella1890Piedimonte d'AlifeNetoong, NJOctober 27, 1918310th Infantry78thVincenzo Civitillo (alias Vincenso Civitella ) was born in the village of Piedimonte d'Alife in or about 1890 to Michelangelo and Maria Caterina Ricigliano. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Netoong, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Hudson Maxim. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1762247 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Headquarters Company as part of the 78th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 27, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was wounded in Bois des Loges
SaverioClarizio1892Sannicardo di BariSan Francisco, CAJuly 20, 191828th Infantry1stSaverio Clarizio was born in the village of Sannicardo di Bari in or about 1892 to Nicola Clarizio. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in San Francisco, CA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 28th Infantry, Company I as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 20, 1918 in Soissons ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Maria. His emergency contact is Nick Clarizio in Eugene, however no Clarizio was resident in Eugene at the time (see article on Eugene Morning Register June 10, 1918 p. 4) or registered there. This is compatible with Nick living near Portland.
EugenioClementeEugene Clemente1891San Martino Valle CaudinaCohoes, NYAugust 14, 1918305th Infantry77thEugenio Clemente (alias Eugene Clemente) was born in the village of San Martino Valle Caudina in or about 1891 to Giovanni Battista and Raffaella Pisanelli. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Cohoes, NY where he started his own business as Shoe Maker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1677518 and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company B as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 14, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. brother Alfonso
PietroClemenzi1887PetesciaWorcester, MAOctober 15, 1918301st Ammunition Train76thPietro Clemenzi was born in the village of Petescia in or about 1887 to Giuseppe Clemenzi. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Worcester, MA where he worked as Brick Layer for the E.J. Cross Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 301st Ammunition Train, Company B as part of the 76th Division. He died of Disease on October 15, 1918 in France . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiClericuzioLouis Clericuzio1898Ariano di PugliaBridgeport, CTMarch 03, 191954th Coastal Artillery CorpsLuigi Clericuzio (alias Louis Clericuzio) was born in the village of Ariano di Puglia in or about 1898 to Filippo and Raffaella Gelormini. Emigrated to America he settled in Bridgeport, CT. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 596266 and he was assigned to the 54th Coastal Artillery Corps, Battery F. He died of on March 03, 1919 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. According to the CT Roster he deserted in January 1919, although he is buried in an American Cemetery.
GiuseppeClivi1896LeonessaTrenton, NJOctober 11, 19187th Engineers Training RegimentGiuseppe Clivi was born in the village of Leonessa in or about 1896 to Biagio Clivi. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Trenton, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2614080 and he was assigned to the 7th Engineers Training Regiment, Company K. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 11, 1918 while in training at Camp Humphreys, VA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniCoccaro1895Magliano VetereWindber, PAJuly 15, 1918110th Infantry28thGiovanni Coccaro was born in the village of Magliano Vetere in or about 1895 to Giuseppe Coccaro. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Windber, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1239924 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company C as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 on the hills South of Courthiezy . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Enlisted in June 1917 in Somerset, PA. Shell fire. Mother Maria Grazia Cammarota
AlfonsoCoccia1895PaglietaPhiladelphia, PANovember 27, 191845th Regiment TCAlfonso Coccia was born in the village of Paglieta in or about 1895 to Nicola Coccia. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Making Rope for the J.B.T. Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2599366 and he was assigned to the 45th Regiment TC, Company C. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on November 27, 1918 in France . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalization with Co. C of 45th Engineers. Notified Donatella Coccia 738 Earp St. Philadelphia
GiovanniCoco1891CanistroChicago, ILOctober 15, 1918132nd Infantry33rdGiovanni Coco was born in the village of Canistro in or about 1891 to Luigi Coco. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Building laborer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 132nd Infantry, as part of the 33rd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 15, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
OresteCoda1892BiellaWest Hoboken, NJOctober 16, 1918309th Infantry78thOreste Coda was born in the village of Biella in or about 1892. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in West Hoboken, NJ where he started his own business as Printer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2407564 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 16, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Filippo AntonioCoduti1887Montefalcone di Val FortoreChicago, ILJuly 04, 1918132nd Infantry33rdFilippo Antonio Coduti was born in the village of Montefalcone di Val Fortore in or about 1887 to Leonardo and Maria Lucia D'Imperio. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail Road Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 132nd Infantry, as part of the 33rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 04, 1918 in Hamel and his death was notified to his wife Filomena in Italy; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was killed in action during the night attack on the village of Hamel under Australian command, it was his first engagement since his arrival in France. He arrived in Chicago to stay with his brother in law Giovanni Paoletti.
PeterCoffolisPittsburgh, PA14th Machine Gun Battalion5thPeter Coffolis was born. Emigrated to America he settled in Pittsburgh, PA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 14th Machine Gun Battalion, Company C as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. John Coffolis
AntimoCofrancesco1889San LorenzelloFort Wayne, INOctober 18, 1918Divisional HQ84thAntimo Cofrancesco was born in the village of San Lorenzello in or about 1889 to Michele Cofrancesco . He emigrated to America in 1904 and settled in Fort Wayne, IN where he worked as Worker for the Troy Laundry. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the Divisional HQ, as part of the 84th Division. He died of Pneumonia on October 18, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCognataJoseph Cognato1899PacecoBrooklyn, NYSeptember 29, 1918108th Infantry27thGiuseppe Cognata (alias Joseph Cognato ) was born in the village of Paceco in or about 1899 to Carmelo and Giuseppa Amoroso. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Presser for the Joe. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1215066 and he was assigned to the 108th Infantry, Company H as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Brooklyn and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Living at 139 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn date on card 1894, notified mother Giuseppa Amoroso
CharlesColaianni1888Santa Caterina VillarmosaNew York City, NYOctober 23, 1918321st Machine Gun Battalion82ndCharles Colaianni was born in the village of Santa Caterina Villarmosa in or about 1888. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1923765 and he was assigned to the 321st Machine Gun Battalion, Company B as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 23, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. By the time of the draft he was employed in a carriage house in the upper East Side in Manhattan (see Chas Calianni draft card).
DomenicoColaizziDominic Colaizzi1891AteletaPittsburgh, PANovember 02, 1918320th Infantry80thDomenico Colaizzi (alias Dominic Colaizzi) was born in the village of Ateleta in or about 1891 to Panfilo and Carmina Le Donne. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Independent Brew Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1829978 and he was assigned to the 320th Infantry, Company F as part of the 80th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 02, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Pittsburgh; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
StefanoColamonacoStefano Colamonico1895AltamuraBrooklyn, NYSeptember 27, 1918376th Casual Co. UnassignedStefano Colamonaco (alias Stefano Colamonico ) was born in the village of Altamura in or about 1895 to Michele and Rosa Lorusso. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he started his own business as Ice Business. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3321914 and he was assigned to the 376th Casual Co. Unassigned, . He died of Pneumonia on September 27, 1918 ; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoColangeloJames Colangelo1893AviglianoNorth Collins, NYOctober 16, 1918327th Infantry82ndVincenzo Colangelo (alias James Colangelo) was born in the village of Avigliano in or about 1893 to Giuseppe and Angela Maria Mecca. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in North Collins, NY where he worked as Farm Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1905556 and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company A as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 16, 1918 and his death was notified to his wife Carmela Luongo (Carrie Long) in North Collins; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He had a son, Salvatore, born in 1918. By the time of the draft he was employed in the estate of Mr. Alton Wheelock ofBrant, NY.
PasqualeColangelo1893IntrodacquaRevere, MAOctober 13, 191810th Field Artillery Replacement DraftPasquale Colangelo was born in the village of Introdacqua in or about 1893 to Gabriele Colangelo. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Revere, MA where he worked as Musician. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 10th Field Artillery Replacement Draft, Battery A. He died of Disease on October 13, 1918 while in training at Camp Jackson, SC . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Assistant Band Leader, proably died at Camp Jackson NC. Petition of Naturalization from Camp Jackson
AntimoColantoniAntonio Colantoni1887Poggio NativoMexico, MEOctober 04, 191826th Infantry1stAntimo Colantoni (alias Antonio Colantoni) was born in the village of Poggio Nativo in or about 1887 to Giovanni Colantoni. Emigrated to America he settled in Mexico, ME where he worked as Beating Engine Room for the Paper Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2723861 and he was assigned to the 26th Infantry, Company D as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 04, 1918 in the vicinity of Exermont during the second phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Received citation, on Maine service records is Antonio. According to History of the First he was Co. D 16th Infantry
NicolòColantoni1892IsnelloSchenectady, NYNovember 24, 1918128th Infantry32ndNicolò Colantoni was born in the village of Isnello in or about 1892 to Matteo Colantoni. Emigrated to America he settled in Schenectady, NY where he worked as Painter for the General Electric Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 373601 and he was assigned to the 128th Infantry, Company D as part of the 32nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 24, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RaffaeleColapicchioniRaffaele Calapichione1896RomaTrenton, NJNovember 04, 1918311th Infantry78thRaffaele Colapicchioni (alias Raffaele Calapichione ) was born in the village of Roma in or about 1896 to Carmelo Colapicchioni . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Trenton, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Globe Rubber Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2411404 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company H as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 04, 1918 and his death was notified to his aunt Cecilia in Trenton, NJ and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeColatosti1897Boville ErnicaNew York City, NYDecember 04, 191823rd Infantry2ndGiuseppe Colatosti was born in the village of Boville Ernica in or about 1897 to J. Colatosti. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 52228 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company M as part of the 2nd Division. He died of Pneumonia on December 04, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MatteoColatruglio1892San Bartolomeo in GualdoSharon, PASeptember 06, 1918110th Infantry28thMatteo Colatruglio was born in the village of San Bartolomeo in Gualdo in or about 1892 to Francesco Colatruglio. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Sharon, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Carnegie Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1852081 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company D as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CesareColbertaldo1888San Zenone degli EzzelliniSouth San Francisco, CAJune 28, 19181st Machine Gun Battalion1stCesare Colbertaldo was born in the village of San Zenone degli Ezzellini in or about 1888 to Cesare Colbertaldo. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in South San Francisco, CA where he worked as Laborer for the Pacific Coal and Steel Works. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 1st Machine Gun Battalion, Company B as part of the 1st Division. He died of Accident or other cause on June 28, 1918 ; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeColdebellaJoe Coldebella1895LamonSchenley, PAOctober 31, 1918320th Infantry80thGiuseppe Coldebella (alias Joe Coldebella) was born in the village of Lamon in or about 1895. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Schenley, PA where he worked as Coal Miner for the L.W. Hicks Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2470606 and he was assigned to the 320th Infantry, Company L as part of the 80th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 31, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact Paolo Bottagal from Lamon. A Pietro Coldebella from Lamon (1891 father Giovanni and mother Maria Bottagal) livesand works with him in Schenley.
IsidoroColella1888AlatriProvidence, RISeptember 27, 1918306th Infantry77thIsidoro Colella was born in the village of Alatri in or about 1888 to Giuseppe Colella. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Providence, RI where he worked as Laborer for the William Williams. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 306th Infantry, Company B as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Possibly died on September 27 as reported on Albo Oro
LuigiColella1891CarinaroKingston, NYSeptember 16, 191859th PioneerLuigi Colella was born in the village of Carinaro in or about 1891. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Kingston, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Staples Brett Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4099156 and he was assigned to the 59th Pioneer, Company L. He died of Influenza on September 16, 1918 in Foulain, France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother in Law Leopoldo Guida in Poughkeepsie. Spelled COLLELO
RalphColella1898Spigno SaturniaNew York City, NYJuly 19, 191826th Infantry1stRalph Colella was born in the village of Spigno Saturnia in or about 1898. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on October 1916 in Fort Slocum with serial number 53412 and he was assigned to the 26th Infantry, Company E as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 19, 1918 in the vicinity of Ploisy during the Aisne-Marne offensive and his death was notified to his brother Alessandro in New York City; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. In 1915 Alessandro Colella (1894-1953) was living in NY (335 E 148th) together with a Pasquale Colella (1898). Since he enlisted in 1916 (underage) he might have given false generalities and enlisted under the name "Ralph"
VincenzoColella1891Calvi RisortaEllwood City, PAOctober 14, 19186th Infantry5thVincenzo Colella was born in the village of Calvi Risorta in or about 1891 to Antonio and Maria Vincenza Santillo. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Ellwood City, PA where he worked as Mill Worker for the Shelby Steel Tube Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 733701 and he was assigned to the 6th Infantry, Company K as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 14, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FilippoColfatto1891Mazara del ValloMaitland, WVJuly 15, 19187th Infantry3rdFilippo Colfatto was born in the village of Mazara del Vallo in or about 1891 to Vito Colfatto. Emigrated to America he settled in Maitland, WV where he worked as Miner for the Houston Collieries Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 540879 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company B as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreColicci1891EsperiaNew York City, NYJanuary 17, 1918501st EngineersSalvatore Colicci was born in the village of Esperia in or about 1891 to Bernardino Colicci. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Int. Rapid Transit Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 501st Engineers, Company B. He died of Pneumonia on January 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeColio1889ApricenaNorristown, PASeptember 14, 1918168th Infantry42ndGiuseppe Colio was born in the village of Apricena in or about 1889 to Matteo Colio. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Norristown, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Suda Durham. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 100328 and he was assigned to the 168th Infantry, Company B as part of the 42nd Division. He died of Pneumonia on September 14, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his cousin Nazzario Marchesi in Philadelphia
LuigiColliLouis Colli1888Casei GerolaNew York City, NYSeptember 26, 1918305th Infantry77thLuigi Colli (alias Louis Colli ) was born in the village of Casei Gerola in or about 1888 to Leandro and Adele Camia. He emigrated to America in 1899 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Lunch Business for the XC Lunch. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1696999 and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company A as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 near la Courte Chausseduring the first phase of the Meuse Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his father in New York; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. The citation (G.O. 41 November 23, 1918) reads: "Who, near the Courte Chausee in the Argonne, on September 26, 1918 while a member of a mopping up party, time and again entered the enemy dugouts alone, refusing to allow his men to enter until he had satisfied himself that there were no hidden traps, thus showing his men an example of courage and exceptional devotion to duty and to the welfare of his squad. While engaged in this duty he was himself killed."
SalvatoreColomino1891San Vincenzo la CostaDunmore, PAOctober 25, 1918326th Infantry82ndSalvatore Colomino was born in the village of San Vincenzo la Costa in or about 1891 to Antonio and Carmela Cribara. Emigrated to America he settled in Dunmore, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Pennsylvania Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 106549 and he was assigned to the 326th Infantry, Company M as part of the 82nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 25, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Paolo in Dunmore, PA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Domenico GiovanniColonnaJohn Colonna1894Alì TermeNew York City, NYNew York City, NY106th Infantry27thDomenico Giovanni Colonna (alias John Colonna) was born in the village of Alì Terme in or about 1894 to Gaetano and Francesca Catanzaro. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Presser for the Philip Fein. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2671122 and he was assigned to the 106th Infantry, Company C as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on ottobre dd, yyyy in the vicinity of La Jonquière Ferme and his death was notified to his sister Carmela Fava in New York City; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. On his service card and on his grave his date of death is errouneously recorded as October 10. His original burial was in the British Cemetery located at St. Souplet.
MicheleColucci1896Vico GarganicoLovelock, NVSeptember 26, 1918364th Infantry91stMichele Colucci was born in the village of Vico Garganico in or about 1896 to Luca and Filomena Della Salandra. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Lovelock, NV where he worked as Section Hand for the Southern Pacific Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 364th Infantry, Company H as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 in Bois de Cheppy and his death was notified to his brother Francesco in Sacramento, CA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoColuccio1886Gioiosa IonicaPittsburgh, PAJuly 25, 191830th Infantry3rdVincenzo Coluccio was born in the village of Gioiosa Ionica in or about 1886. He emigrated to America in 1902 and settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Packer for the Philip Braner. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 546110 and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company D as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 25, 1918 and his death was notified to his wife Mary in Pittsburgh; he is buried in Pittsburgh, PA in the Calvary Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GuidoColuzzi1894SegniChicago, IL130th Infantry33rdGuido Coluzzi was born in the village of Segni in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Plater for the Greendock Novelties Manufacturers. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 130th Infantry, as part of the 33rd Division. He was Killed in Action on and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioComignaniAntonio Comignanis1893AtriLebanon, PANovember 11, 1918316th Infantry79thAntonio Comignani (alias Antonio Comignanis ) was born in the village of Atri in or about 1893. Emigrated to America he settled in Lebanon, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Bethlehem Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1786142 and he was assigned to the 316th Infantry, Company D as part of the 79th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 11, 1918 in the vicinity of Gibercy during the third phase of the Meuse Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AlbertoCominaAlbert Comina1894Voltago AgortinoBingham, UTNovember 20, 1918363rd Infantry91stAlberto Comina (alias Albert Comina) was born in the village of Voltago Agortino in or about 1894 to Sisto and Redenta Milano. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Bingham, UT where he worked as Miner for the Ohio Copper Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2779645 and he was assigned to the 363rd Infantry, Company D as part of the 91st Division. He died of Pneumonia on November 20, 1918 and his death was notified to his cousin Celeste Casera in Bingham, UT; he is buried in Waregem, Flanders Field American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiCominaLouis Comina1892Voltago AgordinoChrysolite, AZOctober 05, 1918110th Infantry28thLuigi Comina (alias Louis Comina) was born in the village of Voltago Agordino in or about 1892 to Sisto and Redenta Milano. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Chrysolite, AZ where he worked as Miner for the Arizona Asbestos Association. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1629959 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company C as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was posthumously awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, his citation reads: "The Distinguished Service Cross is presented to Louis Comina, Private, U.S. Army, for extraordinary heroism in action near Varennes, France, September 26, 1918. With two other soldiers, Private Comina voluntarily went forward under heavy artillery and machine-gun fire and silenced an enemy machine-gun nest, killing four of the crew and bringing back 11 prisoners. He was killed in action eight days later." General Orders No. 126, W.D. 1919
NazzarenoCominiNazzirini Comini1894AnagniJamaica (L.I.), NYSeptember 27, 1918106th Infantry27thNazzareno Comini (alias Nazzirini Comini) was born in the village of Anagni in or about 1894 to Giovanni and Rosa Comini. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Jamaica (L.I.), NY where he worked as Laborer for the Keiner William. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1207659 and he was assigned to the 106th Infantry, Company F as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreCommello1893Baltimore, MDMarch 20, 1918302nd Sanitary TrainSalvatore Commello was bornin or about 1893. Emigrated to America he settled in Baltimore, MD. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 302nd Sanitary Train, . He died of Pneumonia on March 20, 1918 while in training at Camp Utpon, NY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Possible Camella from Termini Imerese
Donato MarioComminiDaniel Commini1887Ruvo del MonteTrenton, NJOctober 07, 1918328th Infantry82ndDonato Mario Commini (alias Daniel Commini) was born in the village of Ruvo del Monte in or about 1887 to Francesco and Maria Lucia Vosa. He emigrated to America in 1904 and settled in Trenton, NJ where he worked as Wire Drawer for the J.A. Roebling & Sons Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1909660 and he was assigned to the 328th Infantry, Company C as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 07, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EdoardoComoEdward Como1890Alta RipaSeattle, WAJuly 19, 191826th Infantry1stEdoardo Como (alias Edward Como) was born in the city of Alta Ripa in or about 1890. He emigrated to America in 1901 and settled in Seattle, WA where he worked as Teamster. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 75445 and he was assigned to the 26th Infantry, Company I as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 19, 1918 in the vicinity of Ploisy during the Aisne-Marne offensive; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
UmbertoConedera1889Rivamonte AgordinoBingham, UTNovember 01, 1918363rd Infantry91stUmberto Conedera was born in the village of Rivamonte Agordino in or about 1889. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Bingham, UT where he worked as Miner being unemployed at the time of the 1917 draft. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2779685 and he was assigned to the 363rd Infantry, Company F as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother in law Emilio Bier in Bingham, UT; he is buried in Waregem, Flanders Field American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised at Camp Lewis, WA under provisions of the Congress Act on foreign soldiers.
OrazioConettaOrazio Conetti1892SettefratiNew York City, NYOctober 15, 1918School Troops COTSOrazio Conetta (alias Orazio Conetti ) was born in the village of Settefrati in or about 1892 to Domenico Conetta . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4569429 and he was assigned to the School Troops COTS, Company 3. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 15, 1918 while in training at Camp Gordon, GA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EduardoConforti1886Santa Maria Capua VetereBrooklyn, NYSeptember 16, 1918310th Infantry78thEduardo Conforti was born in the village of Santa Maria Capua Vetere in or about 1886 to Giovanni and Filomena Granata. He emigrated to America in 1904 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Barber for the Ralph Esposito. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 24515519 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 16, 1918 near Thiaucourt ; he is buried in Brooklyn, NY in the Holy Cross Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
TommasoConfortoThomas Comport1900San Mango D'AquinoNew Brighton, PANovember 06, 19181st Corps Artillery ParkTommaso Conforto (alias Thomas Comport ) was born in the village of San Mango D'Aquino in or about 1900 to Pietro and Giovanna Sacco. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New Brighton, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on January 1918 in Fort Thomas, KY with serial number 1877235 and he was assigned to the 1st Corps Artillery Park, Company Truck Co. 3. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on November 06, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in New Brighton, PA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AgostinoConicellaAgostino Conicello1890Lama dei PeligniConsohocken, PAJuly 25, 1918109th Infantry28thAgostino Conicella (alias Agostino Conicello ) was born in the village of Lama dei Peligni in or about 1890 to Mariano Conicella . Emigrated to America he settled in Consohocken, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Lee Tire & Rubber Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1811877 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company L as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 25, 1918 in Conde Woods ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, Oise in theAisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Hit in the spine by shell while on guard at 12:05 AM. Notified his brother Antonio in Consohocken, PA. Mother Bambina Fabrizio. On some documents DOD is July 15th
VitoConilaVato Conlla1892PalermoTulsa, OKJanuary 30, 1919Ordonance DeptVito Conila (alias Vato Conlla ) was born in the city of Palermo in or about 1892. Emigrated to America he settled in Tulsa, OK where he worked as Cook for the Tulsa Hotel. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the Ordonance Dept, . He died of Disease on January 30, 1919 in France ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Maybe Vito Coniglio of Antonino from Corleone. Registered as from Bartlesville
AngeloConsalvo1896TrevicoEverett, MASeptember 26, 1918153rd Development Bn.Angelo Consalvo was born in the village of Trevico in or about 1896 to Euplio Consalvo. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Everett, MA where he worked as Rubber worker for the Boston Rubber Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 153rd Development Bn., Company 12. He died of Disease on September 26, 1918 while in training at Camp Dix, NJ and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngeloConsorte1893ChietiMahoney City, PAOctober 23, 1918315th Infantry79thAngelo Consorte was born in the village of Chieti in or about 1893 to Salvatore Consorte. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Mahoney City, PA where he worked as Miner for the Lehigh Valley Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2712223 and he was assigned to the 315th Infantry, Company C as part of the 79th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 23, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his uncle Giustino di Tizio; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was initially listed missing.
GiacomoContaJames Conti1896LocanaAtwood, COOctober 18, 1918Giacomo Conta (alias James Conti ) was born in the village of Locana in or about 1896 to Giovanni Conta . He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Atwood, CO where he started his own business as Farmer. He was inducted in the Army . He died of Disease on October 18, 1918 while in training at Camp Fremont, CA ; he is buried in Sterling, CO in the Riverside Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Maria Domenica Varda. His brother Giovanni (1890) also died in 1918 not sure if in service. Maybe Conta from Locana
Ernesto FeliceConteErnesto Felice Conti1889GrottolellaDetroit, MIOctober 09, 1918125th Infantry32ndErnesto Felice Conte (alias Ernesto Felice Conti ) was born in the village of Grottolella in or about 1889 to Raffaele and Maria Macchia. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Detroit, MI where he worked as Not Employed. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 125th Infantry, Company E as part of the 32nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 09, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
ArtebanoConti1896CaregginePierce, WVNovember 15, 1918109th Infantry28thArtebano Conti was born in the village of Careggine in or about 1896 to Pietro Conti. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Pierce, WV. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company I as part of the 28th Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 15, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. The Italian Albo registered him as born in Brazil but resident in Careggine, his death was caused by a flight accident. His emergency contact was in Pierce, WV a mining community owned by the Davis Coal & Coke Co.
ConcezioConti1896LeonessaHazleton, PAJuly 22, 19182nd Machine Gun Battalion1stConcezio Conti was born in the village of Leonessa in or about 1896 to Vincenzo Conti. Emigrated to America he settled in Hazleton, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Salvatore Roman & Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 105339 and he was assigned to the 2nd Machine Gun Battalion, Company A as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 22, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Enlisted in Syracuse, NY in June 1917. Mother Maria Chiaretti
GiuseppeContiGuiseppe Conti1894S. Agata di MilitelloCleveland, OHOctober 14, 191828th Infantry1stGiuseppe Conti (alias Guiseppe Conti) was born in the village of S. Agata di Militello in or about 1894 to Salvatore Conti. Emigrated to America he settled in Cleveland, OH where he worked as Laborer for the City Paving Contracting Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3486417 and he was assigned to the 28th Infantry, Company D as part of the 1st Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 14, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Born March 9 1894 (confirmed) mother Rosa Santoro.
GuidoConti1894FivizzanoRusselton, PAOctober 03, 191823rd Infantry2ndGuido Conti was born in the city of Fivizzano in or about 1894 to Giocondo Conti. Emigrated to America he settled in Russelton, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 238153 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company B as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 03, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Emergency contact brother Euclide Conti (Fivizzano 1883 son of Giocondo) in Freeport. His firs child is named Guido
SebastianoConti GallentiSebastiano Contagalendo1896TortoriciRavenna, OHOctober 28, 1918101st Infantry26thSebastiano Conti Gallenti (alias Sebastiano Contagalendo ) was born in the village of Tortorici in or about 1896 to Sebastiano and Carmela Trusso. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Ravenna, OH. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1965091 and he was assigned to the 101st Infantry, Company C as part of the 26th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 28, 1918 during the operations in the Neptune sector; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PietroContini1896TulaHopewell, VAAugust 04, 19187th Infantry3rdPietro Contini was born in the village of Tula in or about 1896 to Francesco Contini. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Hopewell, VA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, as part of the 3rd Division. He died of wounds received in action on August 04, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Antonia
MicheleContino1892Sant'Angelo dei LombardiBrooklyn, NYOctober 06, 1918Service Company 1 AMCMichele Contino was born in the village of Sant'Angelo dei Lombardi in or about 1892 to Giuseppe and Domenica Contino. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Laborer for the John Green. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3196138 and he was assigned to the Service Company 1 AMC, . He died of Influenza on October 06, 1918 while in training at Camp Johnston, FL and his death was notified to his wife Filomena in Italy and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoContriscianiFrank Contriciano1895Morro d'OroPhiladelphia, PAAugust 12, 1918111st Infantry28thFrancesco Contrisciani (alias Frank Contriciano ) was born in the village of Morro d'Oro in or about 1895 to Sabatino Contrisciani . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Philadelphia, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1245732 and he was assigned to the 111st Infantry, Company L as part of the 28th Division. He died of Missing in Action on August 12, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, Oise in theAisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Sabatino Contrisciano 6418 Vine Street, Philadelphia. Nicola Contrisciano (of Giuseppe) lives at the same address. Resident in Notaresco, mother Nicoletta (see Philadelphia passenger on familysearch). Enlisted in July 1917.
AntonioConvertitoTony Convertito1893San Nicolò dell'AltoPittsburgh, PAOctober 14, 191860th Infantry5thAntonio Convertito (alias Tony Convertito) was born in the village of San Nicolò dell'Alto in or about 1893 to Rosa Chiarelli. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Miner. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3628651 and he was assigned to the 60th Infantry, Company H as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 14, 1918 during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VenanzioCoppa1889NapoliNew York City, NYSeptember 26, 1918151st Depot BrigadeVenanzio Coppa was born in the city of Napoli in or about 1889. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Plaster for the John Elia. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2791422 and he was assigned to the 151st Depot Brigade, Company B. He died of Pneumonia on September 26, 1918 while in training at Camp Devens, MA ; he is buried in Woodside, NY in the Calvary Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. wife Maria Esposito. Photo on find a grave
AntonioCoppolaTony Coppola1891Mercato San SeverinoConsohocken, PAJuly 15, 1918109th Infantry28thAntonio Coppola (alias Tony Coppola) was born in the village of Mercato San Severino in or about 1891 to Antonio Coppola. Emigrated to America he settled in Consohocken, PA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1811856 and he was assigned to the 109th Infantry, Company L as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 during the second battle of the Marne; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Died at 7 AM, captured by Germans who kept him on the North bank of the Marne river, near Jouglonne in order to build a pontoon bridge. Was killed by a shell. Notified uncle Gaetano Landi (Lenti) in N.Y. Emergency contact in military correspondance his father Antonio in Philadelphia. Could also be from Fisciano
GaspareCoppola1892AlcamoBrooklyn, NYJuly 15, 191838th Infantry3rdGaspare Coppola was born in the village of Alcamo in or about 1892 to Costanzo and Rosaria Pito. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Crawford Construction Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 550354 and he was assigned to the 38th Infantry, Company D as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 East of Mézy, in the vicinity of Surmelin River during the second battle of the Marne; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RaffaeleCoppolaRalph Coppola1893Uxbridge, MAJuly 19, 191858th Infantry4thRaffaele Coppola (alias Ralph Coppola) was bornin or about 1893 to Carlo Coppola. Emigrated to America he settled in Uxbridge, MA. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1634012 and he was assigned to the 58th Infantry, Company D as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 19, 1918 in the operations near Hautevesnes and Courchamps during the Aisne-Marne offensive; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Frank Coppola
AntonioCoppolaAntonio Cappola1895PietrastorninaPort Reading, NJJuly 20, 191830th Infantry3rdAntonio Coppola (alias Antonio Cappola ) was born in the village of Pietrastornina in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in Port Reading, NJ where he worked as Laborer Coal Pier for the Port Reading Rail Road Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 545914 and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company C as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 20, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniCorabiGiovanni Corbi1895CortaleDedham, MANovember 07, 191861st Infantry5thGiovanni Corabi (alias Giovanni Corbi) was born in the village of Cortale in or about 1895 to Onofrio Corabi. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Dedham, MA where he worked as Carpet Mill Worker for the Dedham Carpet Mill. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2388772 and he was assigned to the 61st Infantry, Company M as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 07, 1918 near Lion devant Dun ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Spelled Corbi and Colbi
LazzaroCordaniLazzaro Cardani1886MonfassoNew York City, NYSeptember 27, 1918106th Infantry27thLazzaro Cordani (alias Lazzaro Cardani) was born in the village of Monfasso in or about 1886 to Giacomo Luigi and Maria Rocca. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Carpenter for the his brother in law Peter Silva. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2671197 and he was assigned to the 106th Infantry, Company E as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 and his death was notified to his sister Maria in New York City and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GirolamoCordaroGirolamo Cardaro1900CastelterminiNew York City, NYSeptember 14, 19182nd CavalryGirolamo Cordaro (alias Girolamo Cardaro ) was born in the village of Casteltermini in or about 1900 to Caterina Di Lorenzo. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 575053 and he was assigned to the 2nd Cavalry, Company Tr E. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on September 14, 1918 in France and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AurelioCordiRaymond Cordi1899Siderno MarinaNew York City, NYSeptember 26, 191811th Machine Gun Battalion4thAurelio Cordi (alias Raymond Cordi) was born in the village of Siderno Marina in or about 1899 to Francesco and Carmela De Blasi. He emigrated to America in 1908 and settled in New York City, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on August 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 559017 and he was assigned to the 11th Machine Gun Battalion, Company A as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in New York City; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EdoardoCori1893AcutoMilton, PAJuly 29, 19181st Repl. Engineers Washington BarracksEdoardo Cori was born in the village of Acuto in or about 1893 to Fortunato Cori. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Milton, PA where he worked as Laborer for the American Car Foundry Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1808413 and he was assigned to the 1st Repl. Engineers Washington Barracks, Company L. He died of Accident on July 29, 1918 Annapolis, MD ; he is buried in East Milton, PA in the Saint Joseph Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Accidentally ran over by a truck. Notified his cousin Frank Necci. Mother Maria Necci
TommasoCorioThomas Corio1898Sessa AuruncaHartford, CTOctober 15, 19181st Tng Btl RplTommaso Corio (alias Thomas Corio) was born in the village of Sessa Aurunca in or about 1898 to Ludovico and Olimpia Baffone. He emigrated to America in 1899 and settled in Hartford, CT where he worked as Unemployed. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3033096 and he was assigned to the 1st Tng Btl Rpl, . He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 15, 1918 while in training at Camp Greenleaf, GA and his death was notified to his father in Hartfotd, CT and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
TonyCorite1888TorraineTenstrike, MNOctober 05, 191860th Infantry5thTony Corite was born in the city of Torraine in or about 1888. Emigrated to America he settled in Tenstrike, MN where he worked as Farmer for the E.E. Schulke. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 60th Infantry, as part of the 5th Division. He died of Accident on October 05, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Mary Corite in Greensboro, PA. ABMC lists him as entering in NC.
HarryCornellLarry? Cornell1897CauloniaNewark, NJApril 06, 19189th Infantry2ndHarry Cornell (alias Larry? Cornell) was born in the village of Caulonia in or about 1897. Emigrated to America he settled in Newark, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 38057 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company D as part of the 2nd Division. He died of Accidental Explosion on April 06, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Cousin of Nicola Franco, West Virginia, married with Rosa Raschella'. Maybe Carnevale. Check familysearch location
ValentineCorolloChicago, ILOctober 04, 1918343rd Infantry86thValentine Corollo was born to John Corollo. Emigrated to America he settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Foundry Handyman for the Union Foundry Iron Works. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 343rd Infantry, as part of the 86th Division. He died of Disease on October 04, 1918 ; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified John Corollo 7723 Greenwood Ave.
PasqualeCorraoPasquale Corroa1895SciaccaNew York City, NYSeptember 28, 1918152nd Depot BrigadePasquale Corrao (alias Pasquale Corroa) was born in the village of Sciacca in or about 1895 to Aurelio and Carmela Vitale. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Longshoreman for the Rinelli & Guardino Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4143770 and he was assigned to the 152nd Depot Brigade, Company 16. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on September 28, 1918 while in training at Camp Upton, NY and his death was notified to his mother in New York City and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalised at Camp Utpon, NY under the provisions of the Congress Act on Foreign Soldiers.
GiuseppeCorridori1888GenazzanoLittle Falls, NYOctober 06, 19182nd Provisional BattalionGiuseppe Corridori was born in the village of Genazzano in or about 1888. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Little Falls, NY where he worked as Butcher for the Meat Market. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4487725 and he was assigned to the 2nd Provisional Battalion, Battery C. He died of Influenza on October 06, 1918 while in training at Camp Jackson, SC and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCorsentino (Cattano)Joseph Corsentino (Cattano)1893CaltabellottaNew York City, NYJanuary 08, 1919324th Infantry81stGiuseppe Corsentino (Cattano) (alias Joseph Corsentino (Cattano)) was born in the village of Caltabellotta in or about 1893 to Santo and Maria Antonia Stravalli. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Bookkeeper for the George Whiteside. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3212244 and he was assigned to the 324th Infantry, Company K as part of the 81st Division. He died of Pneumonia on January 08, 1919 in France and his death was notified to his uncle Marino Cattano in New York and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. When arrived in the United States in 1912 he travelled under his original last name "Cattano", it was changed to Corsentino in 1913. He was also wounded on November 9th in a skirmish with German forces in Bois de Manheulles.
EnricoCorsiniHenry Carsini1895AmorosiBound Brook, NJNovember 01, 1918310th Infantry78thEnrico Corsini (alias Henry Carsini ) was born in the village of Amorosi in or about 1895 to Antonino and Maria Teresa Maturo. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Bound Brook, NJ where he started his own business as Mason. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1764312 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company D as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 in Bois des Loges ; he is buried in Bound Brook, NJ in the Saint Joseph Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Small photo on grave
GiuseppeCorsoJoseph Corso1895Santa NinfaNew Brunswick, NJJune 16, 19182nd Infantry19thGiuseppe Corso (alias Joseph Corso) was born in the village of Santa Ninfa in or about 1895 to Pietro and Maria Corso. He emigrated to America in 1899 and settled in New Brunswick, NJ. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 2nd Infantry, as part of the 19th Division. He died of on June 16, 1918 in the United States and his death was notified to his mother in New Brumswick, NJ; he is buried in New Brumswick, NJ in the Saint Peters Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EmilioCortazzoEmelio Cartazzo1893RutinoBrooklyn, NYOctober 10, 1918305th Infantry77thEmilio Cortazzo (alias Emelio Cartazzo ) was born in the village of Rutino in or about 1893 to Francesco Cortazzo . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Press Hand for the Ansonia Clock Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1698935 and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company C as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 10, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AbdenagoCortopassi1888Lucca (Cappella)Auburn, CAOctober 08, 1918Abdenago Cortopassi was born in the village of Lucca (Cappella) in or about 1888. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Auburn, CA where he worked as Saloon Keeper for the Hotel Orleans. He was inducted in the Army . He died of Murdered on October 08, 1918 Auburn, CA ; he is buried in Auburn, CA in the Old Auburn Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. The Auburn Journal reports his assasination as folllows: Auburn Soldier Killed by Wife at Orleans Hotel Here – Tony Cortopassi Shot Through Heart While Home on Furlough; Woman in Custody and Military Authorities Have Been Notified Abdenago Cortopassi, better known to his numerous friends as “Tony” Cortopassi, a soldier, was shot and killed by his wife, Jennie, in his former place of business, the New Orleans Hotel in the lower part of this city, last evening. The wife is in custody. The shooting occurred at about 7:30 o’clock after the two had quarreled over the subject of her conduct with other men during the absence of her husband. It was witnessed by several persons who were in the barroom of the hotel at the time. Mrs. Cortopassi swooned immediately after the shot was fired, and the first report that went from the place was that she had been killed instead of her husband. She lay on the floor of a back room opening off the barroom and was visible from the barroom, while her husband, who had been shot through the heart, had staggered a few feet after receiving the bullet, and his body was not in sight until one went into the room. The eyewitnesses state that the woman came into the barroom in an excited state, secured an automatic pistol from a drawer behind the bar. This she pointed at Cortopassi, saying, “Now, you ___ of a ___.” Tony apparently took the matter as a joke for he smiled at first. Then, realizing that the woman was dangerous, he approached her hurriedly while she was with both hands trying to fire the gun. He grasped it by the muzzle and struggled with her. He pushed the gun to one side, but she shoved it back again and pulled the trigger, the bullet piercing the aluminum identification tag such as all soldiers wear and then entered his heart. The tragedy was all enacted in the space of a quarter of a minute. The woman, when the shot was fired, fainted and fell to the floor. The witnesses could not see the gun and could not tell which of the two struggling persons was shot. When the woman fell, it was naturally supposed she was the victim. Giovanni Pieroni, employed by the woman as bartender, ran to the Stevens Drug Store and told F. S. Stevens that someone had been shot in the hotel. Stevens called Dr. J. Gordon Mackay, who administered to the woman and made an examination of Cortopassi, pronouncing him dead. Coroner C. B. Hislop, Sheriff George McAulay, and Deputy Sheriff Elmer Gum were called to the scene and began an investigation. The body of Cortopassi was removed to the Walsh-Keena Undertaking Parlor and examined. Mrs. Cortopassi and her bartender and Rodolfo Geraldini, formerly a bartender in the place, were taken to the sheriff’s office for questioning. The woman was hysterical and could or would not give any information. Pieroni was inclined to withhold information at first and was subjected to a severe grilling that brought him to his senses, whereupon he told a fairly connected story of the shooting, although it was difficult to understand him at times. Geraldini gave a clear and concise story of his connection with the affair. Neither man was held. Geraldini, who is a bartender at the saloon of Manuel Neves and who formerly was employed by Cortopassi and remained after the latter went to Camp Fremont until Mrs. Cortopassi discharged him, stated that he had written Cortopassi concerning conditions at the New Orleans Hotel. He had told of the conduct of the woman and had advised Cortopassi to stay away from her and from Auburn. He had told the deceased of the disorderly condition of the place. Cortopassi had come home, however, securing a ten days’ furlough. He arrived Sunday and had apparently charged the woman with her misconduct. She had denied the truth of the charges, and Cortopassi had sent for Geraldini to prove them. When Geraldini appeared at the place last evening, he and Cortopassi had a drink at the bar. The woman came in while they were drinking, and the sight apparently caused her to go into a rage. It was then she secured the pistol and went at Cortopassi. Cortopassi was about 30 years old. He had conducted the New Orleans Hotel for some time and gave up the business to his wife when he was drafted. He entrained for Camp Fremont August 6. In July, when he ascertained about the time he was to be called for service, he married Rita Gani, said to be a woman of the night life at Reno, Nevada. She was known in Auburn by the name of “Jennie.” The deceased was a member of the local order of Foresters. He was well known and well liked. He was related to the Cortopassi family at Colfax, people of prominence in that locality. The army officers have been notified of the death of the young man and it is expected will take charge of the funeral arrangements. They probably will also conduct an examination into the facts of the case. The woman was hysterical after the shooting, tearing her hair and crying constantly. “I want to be with Tony! Take me to him! Oh, let me be with him! No one knows how I love him!” There is an inclination to doubt the sincerity of the woman in her demonstrations of grief.
DomenicoCorvaro1888MaltignanoNarberth, PASeptember 01, 1918112th Infantry28thDomenico Corvaro was born in the village of Maltignano in or about 1888 to Vincenzo Corvaro. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Narberth, PA where he worked as Driver for the John De Carlo. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1788902 and he was assigned to the 112th Infantry, Company G as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 01, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. James Corvaro in Ancarano, TE
LuigiCosatoLuigi Cusato1892FontanarosaHoboken, NJAugust 07, 191838th Infantry3rdLuigi Cosato (alias Luigi Cusato ) was born in the village of Fontanarosa in or about 1892 to Salvatore Cosato . He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Hoboken, NJ where he worked as Boiler Tender for the Hercyley Powder Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 550076 and he was assigned to the 38th Infantry, Company L as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on August 07, 1918 near the Vesle river during the Aisne-Marne offensive; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Cousin Joseph. Mother Giuseppina Giannuzzi. History of 38th records him as Company C
LudovicoCosciaLudovico Coscio1893TorittoJersey City, NJNovember 01, 1918309th Infantry78thLudovico Coscia (alias Ludovico Coscio ) was born in the village of Toritto in or about 1893 to Giovanni and Maria Michele Morgese. Emigrated to America he settled in Jersey City, NJ where he started his own business as Ice dealer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1738231 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 and his death was notified to his sister Angela in Jersey City; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FilippoCosentino1886Motta Santa LuciaLilly, PAJuly 28, 19184th Infantry3rdFilippo Cosentino was born in the village of Motta Santa Lucia in or about 1886 to Giuseppe Cosentino. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Lilly, PA where he worked as Trackman for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. He volunteered in the American Army on December 1917 in Columbus Barracks, OH with serial number 2339069 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company G as part of the 3rd Division. He died of wounds received in action on July 28, 1918 and his death was notified to his uncle Joe Rizzo and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CarmeloCosentinoCharles Corsentino1892MarsalaBrooklyn, NYJuly 23, 191811th Engineering Chem.Warfare Serv.Carmelo Cosentino (alias Charles Corsentino ) was born in the village of Marsala in or about 1892 to Pietro and Rosa D'Aguanno. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Brush Maker for the Lewis F. Sprower & Sons. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1722741 and he was assigned to the 11th Engineering Chem.Warfare Serv., Company Dpt. #2. He died of Railroad accident on July 23, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
BrunoCosmanoBruno Cosmand1892BrancaleoneTimblin, PAOctober 05, 191858th Infantry4thBruno Cosmano (alias Bruno Cosmand ) was born in the village of Brancaleone in or about 1892 to Giuseppe and Domenica Parisi. Emigrated to America he settled in Timblin, PA where he worked as Coal Miner for the Mill Coal Company. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Colombus Barracks, OH with serial number 560543 and he was assigned to the 58th Infantry, Company F as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 05, 1918 in the vicinity of the Bois de Fays and his death was notified to his brother Domenico in Timblin, PA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
BachisioCossu1889SalangianusPittsburgh, PAOctober 06, 1918319th Infantry80thBachisio Cossu was born in the village of Salangianus in or about 1889 to Giovanni Cossu. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Pittsburgh, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Jones Loughlin. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1828298 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company M as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his mother in Pittsburgh.
FilippoCosta1895LetojanniStaten Island, NYOctober 11, 1918152nd Depot Brigade, 6th Development BatalionFilippo Costa was born in the village of Letojanni in or about 1895 to Gaetano Costa. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Staten Island, NY where he worked as Brick Layer Helper for the New York Railway Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3724255 and he was assigned to the 152nd Depot Brigade, 6th Development Batalion, Company Z. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 11, 1918 while in training at Camp Upton, NY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCostaJoe Costa1890ValdinaWindber, PAOctober 21, 1918127th Infantry32ndGiuseppe Costa (alias Joe Costa) was born in the village of Valdina in or about 1890 to Antonio Costa. Emigrated to America he settled in Windber, PA where he worked as Miner for the Berwind-White Coal Mining Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3170252 and he was assigned to the 127th Infantry, Company B as part of the 32nd Division. He died of Accident or other cause on October 21, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Previously reported missing. Notified his sister Carmela Cannone in Windber . Mother Rosaria Samini
GiuseppeCostaGiuseppe Costa1889Cattolica EracleaNew York City, NYOctober 26, 1918310th Infantry78thGiuseppe Costa (alias Giuseppe Costa) was born in the village of Cattolica Eraclea in or about 1889 to Francesco and Angela Triassi. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Haulbrook Construction Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2669671 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company G as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 26, 1918 in Bois des Loges and his death was notified to his brother in law Rosario Giubilaro in Ramey, OH; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DavideCostantini1893San RoccoBuffalo, NYMarch 20, 1919106th Field Artillery27thDavide Costantini was born in the city of San Rocco in or about 1893. Emigrated to America he settled in Buffalo, NY. He volunteered in the American Army on September 1915 in Buffalo, NY with serial number 1220348 and he was assigned to the 106th Field Artillery, Battery E as part of the 27th Division. He died of Pneumonia on March 20, 1919 in France and his death was notified to his cousin Frank Bailey in Buffalo, NY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VitalianoCostantiniVito Costantini1890Scanno (Frattura)McKeesport, PAOctober 06, 191830th Infantry3rdVitaliano Costantini (alias Vito Costantini) was born in the village of Scanno (Frattura) in or about 1890 to Giocondo Costantini. Emigrated to America he settled in McKeesport, PA where he worked as Bar shears in tin mill for the McKeesport Tin Plate Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 546114 and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company G as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his brother Giovanni in Italy. Mother Nicoletta Galante. Albo records his DOB as 1880
CesareCostantino1894Rivarolo CanaveseSouth Wilmington, ILNovember 10, 191839th Infantry4thCesare Costantino was born in the village of Rivarolo Canavese in or about 1894 to Pietro and Margherita Sartoris. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in South Wilmington, IL where he worked as Miner for the Chicago Wilmington & Franklin Coal Co. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 39th Infantry, Company E as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 10, 1918 ; he is buried in Rivarolo Canavese, Cimitero Comunale and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngeloCostanza1894PatricaAmbridge, PAOctober 03, 19187th Infantry3rdAngelo Costanza was born in the village of Patrica in or about 1894 to Raffaele Costanza. Emigrated to America he settled in Ambridge, PA where he worked as Tin Worker for the Jones & Laughlin Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2424471 and he was assigned to the 7th Infantry, Company B as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 03, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother Gabriel Costanza in Ambridge, PA
AngeloCostanzi1893Prata d'AnsedoniaLackawanna, NYOctober 04, 1918309th Infantry78thAngelo Costanzi was born in the village of Prata d'Ansedonia in or about 1893 to Marco Costanzi. He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Lackawanna, NY where he worked as Painter for the Lackawanna Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1735687 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company K as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 04, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Lackawanna, NY in the Holy Cross Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified mother Elisabetta
CelestinoCostanzoJames C.Costanzo1890CastelforteSchenectady, NYOctober 19, 1918105th Infantry27thCelestino Costanzo (alias James C.Costanzo) was born in the village of Castelforte in or about 1890 to Saverio and Antonia Costanzo. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Schenectady, NY where he worked as Repair Man for the American Locomotive Company. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Schenectady, NY with serial number 1204203 and he was assigned to the 105th Infantry, Company E as part of the 27th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 19, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Giuseppe (Joseph) in Schenectady, NY; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniCostanzo1889Coreno AusonioMechanicsville, NYOctober 19, 1918310th Infantry78thGiovanni Costanzo was born in the village of Coreno Ausonio in or about 1889. Emigrated to America he settled in Mechanicsville, NY where he worked as Laborer for the West Virginia Paper Mill. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1747017 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 19, 1918 in Bois des Loges and his death was notified to his cousin Raffaele Di Bello in Mechanicville ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. His service card reports him as from Santi Cosma e Damiano, his draft card from Coreno Ausonio.
PietroCostanzoPeter Costanzo1897CapaciWilkes Barre, PASeptember 08, 1918109th Field Artillery28thPietro Costanzo (alias Peter Costanzo) was born in the village of Capaci in or about 1897 to Rosario and Anna Battaglia. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Wilkes Barre, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on June 1917 in Wilkes Barre, PA with serial number 1254003 and he was assigned to the 109th Field Artillery, Battery E as part of the 28th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 08, 1918 and his death was notified to his uncle Bartolo Giannone in Nanticoke, PA and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalised at camp Lee, VA. Wounded on an air raid on September 6, 1918.
GiuseppeCostanzoJoseph Constanco1889San Mango D'AquinoButler, PAOctober 02, 1918111th Infantry28thGiuseppe Costanzo (alias Joseph Constanco ) was born in the village of San Mango D'Aquino in or about 1889 to Lorenzo Costanzo . Emigrated to America he settled in Butler, PA where he worked as Hostler in engine house for the Standard Steel Car Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3627593 and he was assigned to the 111th Infantry, Company K as part of the 28th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 02, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Maria Cicco. Notified his brother in law Carmine Sacco in Butler, PA.
MicheleCotella,Michele Cotella was born in the province of Genova to Luigi Cotella. Emigrated to America he settled in , . He was inducted in the Army . He was Killed in Action on and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Found a Michele from Isola del Cantone living in SF
CalogeroCottoneCharles B. Cottone1892MisilmeriBrooklyn, NYJune 06, 191823rd Infantry2ndCalogero Cottone (alias Charles B. Cottone) was born in the village of Misilmeri in or about 1892 to Angelo Cottone. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Butcher for the Flugher. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1723636 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company D as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on June 06, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. m. Maria Ingrassia, born February 15, 1892 (confirmed).
FedericoCovellaFrederick Covelle1892Lama dei PeligniPhiladelphia, PAOctober 08, 19189th Battalion US GuardsFederico Covella (alias Frederick Covelle ) was born in the village of Lama dei Peligni in or about 1892. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Machinist for the Camden Ship Works. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1790111 and he was assigned to the 9th Battalion US Guards, Company B. He died of Influenza on October 08, 1918 while in training at Fort Mc Henry, MD ; he is buried in Loudon Park, MD in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCozzitorto1899San SistoSan Francisco, CAOctober 18, 1918Giuseppe Cozzitorto was born in the village of San Sisto in or about 1899 to Francesco Cozzitorto. Emigrated to America he settled in San Francisco, CA. He was inducted in the Army . He died of on October 18, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleCraparotta1896Calatafimi SegestaBrooklyn, NYOctober 19, 1918116th Infantry29thMichele Craparotta was born in the village of Calatafimi Segesta in or about 1896 to Rocco and Maria Cristina Craparotta. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Laborer for the Warwick Bed Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 369622 and he was assigned to the 116th Infantry, Company L as part of the 29th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 19, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AndreaCraviotto1894VarazzeSan Francisco, CAOctober 12, 1918347th Machine Gun Battalion91stAndrea Craviotto was born in the village of Varazze in or about 1894 to Ambrogio and Angela Rugno. Emigrated to America he settled in San Francisco, CA where he started his own business as Scavenger. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 347th Machine Gun Battalion, Company C as part of the 91st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 and his death was notified to his business partner Francesco (Frank) Ratto in San Francisco and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was naturalised at Camp Merritt, NJ under provisions of the Congress Act on foreign soldiers.
AngeloCrema1888Trevignano (Musano)Chicago, ILFebruary 22, 1919130th Infantry33rdAngelo Crema was born in the village of Trevignano (Musano) in or about 1888. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Cement Worker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2086454 and he was assigned to the 130th Infantry, Company M as part of the 33rd Division. He died of Accident on February 22, 1919 in Germany ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. At the time of the draft he was employed by G. Johnson in Chicago. Notice of his death was given to Vittoria Crema in Italy since he had no immediate relatives in the US.
FrancescoCretaFrank Creta1895Cusano MutriNew Haven, CTNovember 03, 191823rd Infantry2ndFrancesco Creta (alias Frank Creta) was born in the village of Cusano Mutri in or about 1895 to Giuseppe and Concetta Valente. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in New Haven, CT where he worked as Wireman for the Whitney Blake Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 293801 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company I as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on November 03, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Antonio in Waterbury, CT; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GustaveCricchio1895PalermoNew York City, NYOctober 10, 1918Group 2 Motor Transport Depotn/aGustave Cricchio was born in the village of Palermo in or about 1895 to Giuseppe Cricchio. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Metal Bender for the J. Cricchio & son. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3321268 and he was assigned to the Group 2 Motor Transport Depot, Company 23 as part of the n/a Division. He died of Influenza on October 10, 1918 while in training at Camp Hancock, GA ; he is buried in New York City, Saint Raymond Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Rocco VincenzoCrimeni1880Gioiosa IonicaBrooklyn, NYAugust 22, 1918QMC B SecRocco Vincenzo Crimeni was born in the village of Gioiosa Ionica in or about 1880 to Francesco Crimeni. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Brooklyn, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 702201 and he was assigned to the QMC B Sec, Company Butchery 308. He died of Accident on August 22, 1918 in France ; he is buried in Suresnes, in the American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoCrinoDomenico Creno1896Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto (San Antonio)Bristol, PASeptember 26, 1918313th Infantry79thDomenico Crino (alias Domenico Creno ) was born in the village of Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto (San Antonio) in or about 1896 to Sante Crino . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Bristol, PA where he worked as Mill Hand for the W.H. Grundig. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3115819 and he was assigned to the 313th Infantry, Company E as part of the 79th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 26, 1918 in the vicinity of Bois de Malancourt and Bois de Cuisy during the first day of the battle of Montfaucon during the first phase of the Meuse-Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified a friend, Vito Barraco in Bristol
FrancescoCrisciFrank Crisci1889ArienzoNew York City, NYOctober 30, 1918314th Supply Train89thFrancesco Crisci (alias Frank Crisci) was born in the village of Arienzo in or about 1889 to Giuseppe and Luigia Di Silvio. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Tailor for the Mike Badoek. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1707615 and he was assigned to the 314th Supply Train, Company A as part of the 89th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 30, 1918 near Romagne and his death was notified to his sister Sofia in New York City and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was killed by shell fire.
GiuseppeCrisciGiuseppe Crisco1887RoscignoNew Alexandria, PAOctober 27, 1918Medical Detachment Gen. Hospital #26Giuseppe Crisci (alias Giuseppe Crisco ) was born in the village of Roscigno in or about 1887. Emigrated to America he settled in New Alexandria, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Keystone Coal and Coke Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2582992 and he was assigned to the Medical Detachment Gen. Hospital #26, . He died of Influenza on October 27, 1918 while in training at Fort Des Moines, IA and his death was notified to his brother Domenico in Homer City, PA; he is buried in Keokuk, IA in the Keokuk National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiCriscuoloLouis Criscuolo1895PraianoNew York City, NYAugust 17, 1918308th Infantry77thLuigi Criscuolo (alias Louis Criscuolo) was born in the village of Praiano in or about 1895 to Antonio Criscuolo. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1709448 and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Company H as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NicolaCrispoNicola Crispi1886SpadolaPhiladelphia, PANovember 04, 1918315th Infantry79thNicola Crispo (alias Nicola Crispi ) was born in the village of Spadola in or about 1886 to Francesco and Teresa Maria Cunsolo. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Mc Nichol P & C Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3107634 and he was assigned to the 315th Infantry, Company A as part of the 79th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 04, 1918 in the vicinity of Bois de la Grande Montagne and Bois d'Etrayes during the during the third phase of the Meuse Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his sister Grazia in Philadelphia; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother of Bruno (1885), Giuseppe (1888) and Salvatore (1892).
AngeloCrispoldi1890Foligno (Cascito)Chestnut Ridge, PAOctober 24, 1918307th Engineers82ndAngelo Crispoldi was born in the village of Foligno (Cascito) in or about 1890 to Amedeo Crispoldi. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Chestnut Ridge, PA where he worked as Miner for the WJ Ramy Coke Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1918174 and he was assigned to the 307th Engineers, Company E as part of the 82nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 24, 1918 and his death was notified to his cousin Carmelo Agiti in Chestnut Ridge, PA . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngeloCristanzaniAngelo Christy1896Acquaviva PicenaContinental #1, PANovember 02, 1918145th Infantry37thAngelo Cristanzani (alias Angelo Christy ) was born in the village of Acquaviva Picena in or about 1896 to Filippo Cristanzani . He emigrated to America in 1902 and settled in Continental #1, PA where he worked as Miner for the H.C. Frick Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2663572 and he was assigned to the 145th Infantry, Company H as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 02, 1918 in Belgium during the Ypres-Lys offensive; he is buried in Waregem, in the Flanders Fields American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Celesta Lupini. Emergency address by Carlo Emilia, Brownsville
FrancescoCristiniFrank Cristini1896CollepardoAitch, PAAugust 09, 1918112th Infantry28thFrancesco Cristini (alias Frank Cristini) was born in the village of Collepardo in or about 1896 to Gioacchino and Angela Biondi. Emigrated to America he settled in Aitch, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Huntingdon, PA with serial number 1248038 and he was assigned to the 112th Infantry, Company F as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 09, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCroccoFrank Crocco1893CalabriaNew York City, NYJune 07, 1919301st Engineers76thFrancesco Crocco (alias Frank Crocco) was born in the city of Calabria in or about 1893 to Giuseppe and Giuseppina Morano. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he started his own business as Shoe Maker. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2791919 and he was assigned to the 301st Engineers, Headquarters Company as part of the 76th Division. He died of Tubercolosis on June 07, 1919 in New York City and his death was notified to his sister Francesca Figola in New York City and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
Esterino AngeloCrudele1888IserniaPhiladelphia, PAOctober 27, 1918315th Infantry79thEsterino Angelo Crudele was born in the village of Isernia in or about 1888 to Carmine and Antonia Fantini. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Printer for the Ulivieri. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1784509 and he was assigned to the 315th Infantry, Company A as part of the 79th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 27, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in Yeadon, PA in the Holy Cross Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. According to his service card he was also wounded severely on September 30th during the attack on Montfaucon; since on October 27th Co. A was billeted, most likely he died of those wounds and not in action as erroneously reported.
PietroCruscoPeter Crusk1896GrisoliaCleveland, OHSeptember 29, 1918145th Infantry37thPietro Crusco (alias Peter Crusk ) was born in the village of Grisolia in or about 1896 to Giuseppe Crusco . He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Cleveland, OH. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1516592 and he was assigned to the 145th Infantry, Headquarters Company as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Vincenzo in New York (erroneously mentioned as father on documents); he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreCubisino1890GrammicheleNew York City, NYOctober 18, 1918147th Infantry37thSalvatore Cubisino was born in the village of Grammichele in or about 1890 to Giuseppe Cubisino. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in New York City, NY where he started his own business as Grocery Clerk. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2452690 and he was assigned to the 147th Infantry, Company H as part of the 37th Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 18, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SilvestroCucchiara1890SciaccaBrooklyn, NYNovember 05, 1918302nd Engineers77thSilvestro Cucchiara was born in the village of Sciacca in or about 1890 to Francesco and Elisabetta Taormina. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Barber. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1717292 and he was assigned to the 302nd Engineers, Company D as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 05, 1918 Between St. Pierremont and Oche and his death was notified to his aunt Rosa Taormina in Brooklyn; he is buried in Brooklyn, NY in the Cypress Hill National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
EmidioCucchiella1896PreturoBaltimore, MDSeptember 28, 191872nd Infantry11thEmidio Cucchiella was born in the village of Preturo in or about 1896 to Filippo Cucchiella. Emigrated to America he settled in Baltimore, MD where he worked as Laborer for the Hess Steel Corp.. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 72nd Infantry, Company E as part of the 11th Division. He died of Pneumonia on September 28, 1918 while in training at Camp Meade, MD and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FilippoCucciaPhilip Cucchia1888Palazzo AdrianoSopris, CONovember 02, 19189th Infantry2ndFilippo Cuccia (alias Philip Cucchia ) was born in the village of Palazzo Adriano in or about 1888 to Giuseppe Cuccia . He emigrated to America in 1902 and settled in Sopris, CO where he worked as Laborer for the Colorado Fuel & Iron Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company K as part of the 2nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on November 02, 1918 ; he is buried in Trinidad, CO in the Catholic Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
NicolòCucciaNick Cuza1890Palazzo AdrianoChicago, ILAugust 03, 1918128th Infantry32ndNicolò Cuccia (alias Nick Cuza ) was born in the village of Palazzo Adriano in or about 1890 to Vincenzo Cuccia . Emigrated to America he settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the Western Comdre Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 128th Infantry, Company D as part of the 32nd Division. He was Killed in Action on August 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Angela Caprisa, born october 1, 1890 (confirmed). Lived with his cousin Michele Sparta
PantaleoneCucinotta1895Messina (Bordonaro)Marcus Hook, PAOctober 05, 1918314th Infantry79thPantaleone Cucinotta was born in the village of Messina (Bordonaro) in or about 1895 to Giuseppe and Grazia Cugliandolo. Emigrated to America he settled in Marcus Hook, PA where he worked as Laborer for the General Chemical Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2713418 and he was assigned to the 314th Infantry, Company H as part of the 79th Division. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on October 05, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his cousin Mrs Maria Disalvo in Philadelphia . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was employed in the Sulphuric Acid production line.
FrancescoCulottaFrancesco Colotta1896CefalùRacine, WIOctober 04, 1918121st Machine Gun Batallion32ndFrancesco Culotta (alias Francesco Colotta ) was born in the village of Cefalù in or about 1896 to Domenico and Rosaria Forti. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Racine, WI where he worked as Laborer for the Horlick Ice Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 121st Machine Gun Batallion, Company Sanitary Det. as part of the 32nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on October 04, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleCuocoMichelo Cuoco1894Ariano di PugliaBoston, MAJuly 15, 19183rd Trench Mortary Battery3rdMichele Cuoco (alias Michelo Cuoco) was born in the village of Ariano di Puglia in or about 1894 to Antonio and Filippa Loconte. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Boston, MA where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 3rd Trench Mortary Battery, as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 during the second battle of the Marne and his death was notified to his mother in Italy . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. According to the US Official Bulletin publised on April 17, 1919 he died of an accident or other cause, according to the Massacchusset's Adjutant General report he was killed in action.
GiovanniCuomoJohn Cuomo1887FuroreNew York City, NYSeptember 16, 1918307th Infantry77thGiovanni Cuomo (alias John Cuomo) was born in the village of Furore in or about 1887. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Porter for the William Michaels. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 240968 and he was assigned to the 307th Infantry, Company M as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 16, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Antonio (Tony) in New York; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeCuozzo1885ValvaSloan, NYSeptember 20, 1918309th Infantry78thGiuseppe Cuozzo was born in the village of Valva in or about 1885. Emigrated to America he settled in Sloan, NY where he worked as Laborer for the U.S. Rubber Reclaiming Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1735756 and he was assigned to the 309th Infantry, Company L as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 20, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Donato in Buffalo, NY; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AngeloCupiccia1896CoriNew Haven, CTOctober 16, 191858th PioneerAngelo Cupiccia was born in the village of Cori in or about 1896 to Mariano Cupiccia. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New Haven, CT where he worked as Laborer for the Remington Ammunition Company. He volunteered in the American Army on November 1917 in New Haven, CT with serial number 1231219 and he was assigned to the 58th Pioneer, Headquarters Company. He died of Pneumonia on October 16, 1918 while in training at Camp Wadsworth, SC and his death was notified to his father in New Haven, CT and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CarmeloCuratolaCamillo Curatola1894San LorenzoMilltown, NJSeptember 22, 1917327th Infantry82ndCarmelo Curatola (alias Camillo Curatola) was born in the village of San Lorenzo in or about 1894 to Domenico and Anna Febrraro. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Milltown, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Edgar Brothers Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company I as part of the 82nd Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on September 22, 1917 in the United States and his death was notified to his mother in Italy; he is buried in New Brumswick, NJ in the Saint Peters Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoCurcioFrank Kutch1896PlataniaPotsville, PAJuly 15, 1918103rd Engineers28thFrancesco Curcio (alias Frank Kutch ) was born in the village of Platania in or about 1896 to Giovanni and Angela Perri. He emigrated to America in 1899 and settled in Potsville, PA. He volunteered in the American Army on July 1917 in Pottsville, PA with serial number 1255251 and he was assigned to the 103rd Engineers, Company D as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 ; he is buried in Mount Carbon, PA in the Saint Joseph Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was killed by artillery fire at 5 AM in the vicinity of Château Thierry (Nogentel) and buried on the East side of the main road Essises-Château Thierry by members of his company. His cousin Antonio Di Cello served as well with the AEF being Killed at Cantigny.
AntonioCuria1896San Giovanni in FioreHolden, WVOctober 01, 1918112th Infantry28thAntonio Curia was born in the village of San Giovanni in Fiore in or about 1896 to Saverio Curia. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Holden, WV. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2969909 and he was assigned to the 112th Infantry, Company M as part of the 28th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 01, 1918 in Apremont ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Carmela De Rosa
VittorioCurotto1889Borghetto di VaraColma, CAJuly 18, 191818th Infantry1stVittorio Curotto was born in the village of Borghetto di Vara in or about 1889 to Giovanni Curotto. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Colma, CA where he worked as Florist for the E. Rosaia. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 48267 and he was assigned to the 18th Infantry, Company L as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on July 18, 1918 ; he is buried in Fere en Tardenois, in the Oise Aisne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VirgilioCurottoVirgilio Curroto1891BorzonascaSan Francisco, CASeptember 13, 191811th Infantry5thVirgilio Curotto (alias Virgilio Curroto ) was born in the village of Borzonasca in or about 1891 to Carlo Curotto . He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in San Francisco, CA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 11th Infantry, Company B as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 13, 1918 during the St. Mihiel Operation; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioCurriAntonio Curro1894AlberobelloUtica, NYOctober 04, 1918School for Bakers and Cooks Cp ShermanAntonio Curri (alias Antonio Curro ) was born in the village of Alberobello in or about 1894 to Vito Nicola and Maria Giuseppa Potenza. Emigrated to America he settled in Utica, NY where he worked as Laborer. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1970328 and he was assigned to the School for Bakers and Cooks Cp Sherman, . He died of Fractured Skull on October 04, 1918 while in training at Camp Sherman, OH ; he is buried in Chillicote, OH in the Greenlawn Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Cosimo and Giovanni. Sister Anna
EmanueleCurtiEmanuel Curti1896Santa Sofia d'EpiroJersey City, NJOctober 27, 1918114th Infantry29thEmanuele Curti (alias Emanuel Curti) was born in the village of Santa Sofia d'Epiro in or about 1896 to Emanuele Curti. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Jersey City, NJ where he worked as Cocoa Maker for the Schuman & Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1282109 and he was assigned to the 114th Infantry, Company L as part of the 29th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 27, 1918 in the Ravine de Molleville ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Enlisted in September 1917
LuigiCurzi1894Acquaviva PicenaNew York, NYOctober 03, 191823rd Infantry2ndLuigi Curzi was born in the village of Acquaviva Picena in or about 1894 to Domenico Curzi. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New York, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2883154 and he was assigned to the 23rd Infantry, Company A as part of the 2nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 03, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. In June 1917 works as a laborer in the Allegheny Steel Co. in Parentum PA (see draft card)
GiuseppeCusanoGuiseppe Cusano1895NapoliDerby, CTJuly 15, 191838th Infantry3rdGiuseppe Cusano (alias Guiseppe Cusano) was born in the village of Napoli in or about 1895 to Angela Velleco. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Derby, CT where he worked as Barber for the Harry Lugg. He volunteered in the American Army on September 1917 in Fort Slocum, NY with serial number 550583 and he was assigned to the 38th Infantry, Company E as part of the 3rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 15, 1918 East of Mézy, in the vicinity of Surmelin River during the second battle of the Marne and his death was notified to his uncle Giuseppe Oretta in Derby, CT; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GerardoD' ApruzzoGerardo Dapruzzo1893ForchiaFairmont, WVOctober 11, 1918320th Infantry80thGerardo D' Apruzzo (alias Gerardo Dapruzzo ) was born in the village of Forchia in or about 1893 to Giuseppe D' Apruzzo . Emigrated to America he settled in Fairmont, WV where he worked as Laborer for the Monongah Hill Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2665105 and he was assigned to the 320th Infantry, Company L as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 11, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Albo d'Oro reports a different death Date and Giovanni as father
EmilioD'Addario1894OfenaFranklin, MAOctober 10, 191828th Infantry1stEmilio D'Addario was born in the village of Ofena in or about 1894 to Domenico D'Addario. Emigrated to America he settled in Franklin, MA where he worked as Mill Hand for the H.J. Hayward. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 28th Infantry, Company K as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on October 10, 1918 in the attack in the vicinity of Romagne Wood ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Cited For Gallantry in action
CarloD'AddettaCarlo D'Addetto1891CarpinoHoboken, NJSeptember 27, 1918153rd Depot BrigadeCarlo D'Addetta (alias Carlo D'Addetto ) was born in the village of Carpino in or about 1891 to Giuseppe D'Addetta . Emigrated to America he settled in Hoboken, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4099639 and he was assigned to the 153rd Depot Brigade, Company 32. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on September 27, 1918 while in training at Camp Dix, NJ ; he is buried in Beverly, NJ in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Born on 11/01/1891 (confirmed) m Teresa Camarazzi
GuidoD'Agostino1887RomaNew York City, NYJuly 25, 19189th Infantry2ndGuido D'Agostino was born in the village of Roma in or about 1887 to Gaetano D'Agostino. He emigrated to America in 1892 and settled in New York City, NY. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 38549 and he was assigned to the 9th Infantry, Company C as part of the 2nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on July 25, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Photo on findagrave
GiuseppeD'AgostinoGiuseppe Augustine1892Montecalvo IrpinoPerth Amboy, NJOctober 25, 1918311th Infantry78thGiuseppe D'Agostino (alias Giuseppe Augustine ) was born in the village of Montecalvo Irpino in or about 1892 to Luigi and Maria Jorillo. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Perth Amboy, NJ where he worked as Shipping Clerk for the Jacobson. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2409884 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company I as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 25, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Perth Amboy, NJ and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. mother Lilli? Mangialetto?
PietroDal PortoPete Dal Porto1887Capannori (San Ginese di Compito)San Francisco, CAJuly 25, 1918117th Engineer42ndPietro Dal Porto (alias Pete Dal Porto) was born in the village of Capannori (San Ginese di Compito) in or about 1887 to Francesco and Filomena Giovannoni. He emigrated to America in 1903 and settled in San Francisco, CA where he worked as Unemployed. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 117th Engineer, Company F as part of the 42nd Division. He died of wounds received in action on July 25, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiuseppeDal Santo1891CalveneBerlin, WIOctober 13, 191827 RCoGiuseppe Dal Santo was born in the village of Calvene in or about 1891. Emigrated to America he settled in Berlin, WI where he started his own business as Saloon Keeper. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 27 RCo, . He died of Pneumonia on October 13, 1918 Jefferson Barracks, MO and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
FrancescoDalamontFrank Dalamont1894OffidaReading, PAAugust 21, 19184th Infantry3rdFrancesco Dalamont (alias Frank Dalamont) was born in the village of Offida in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Reading, PA where he worked as Tipper for the Narrow Fabric Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2338538 and he was assigned to the 4th Infantry, Company D as part of the 3rd Division. He died of Congestion of lungs on August 21, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Alimonte or D'Alimonte? Notified a friend, Thomas Costelli
FrancescoD'AlbaFrank D'Alba1891CapursoCle Elum, WANovember 01, 1918161st Infantry41stFrancesco D'Alba (alias Frank D'Alba) was born in the village of Capurso in or about 1891 to Giuseppe and Palma Del Giudice. He emigrated to America in 1914 and settled in Cle Elum, WA. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 161st Infantry, Company G as part of the 41st Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 and his death was notified to Pasquale D'Alba in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He married in 1911 Teresa Selvaggio.
GiuseppeD'AlessandroGuiseppe D'Allessandri1893CepagattiPhiladelphia, PAJanuary 27, 191964th Infantry7thGiuseppe D'Alessandro (alias Guiseppe D'Allessandri ) was born in the village of Cepagatti in or about 1893 to Carmine and Donata Di Filippo. Emigrated to America he settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Machinist for the Baldwin & Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 449834 and he was assigned to the 64th Infantry, Company M as part of the 7th Division. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on January 27, 1919 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RoccoD'AlessandroRocco D'Allessandro1886CollermeleChicago, ILNovember 01, 1918354th Infantry89thRocco D'Alessandro (alias Rocco D'Allessandro ) was born in the village of Collermele in or about 1886 to Giovanni D'Alessandro . He emigrated to America in 1904 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the M Kinley (1600 S. State St). He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 354th Infantry, as part of the 89th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 01, 1918 in the vicinity of Bois de Barricourt during the third phase of the Meuse Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiD'Alessio1890Santa Maria Capua VetereCranston, RIJune 26, 1919327th Infantry82ndLuigi D'Alessio was born in the village of Santa Maria Capua Vetere in or about 1890. Emigrated to America he settled in Cranston, RI where he worked as Machinist for the Cutter Jewelry Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Machine Gun Company as part of the 82nd Division. He died of Tubercolosis on June 26, 1919 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioDalmaso1897RomeNewark, NJFebruary 28, 19193 Cas Co. ROTCAntonio Dalmaso was born in the city of Rome in or about 1897. Emigrated to America he settled in Newark, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 387400 and he was assigned to the 3 Cas Co. ROTC, . He died of Tubercolosis on February 28, 1919 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
CarmineD'Aloia1895Cagnano VaranoNew York City, NYNovember 07, 191811th Infantry5thCarmine D'Aloia was born in the village of Cagnano Varano in or about 1895 to Berardino D'Aloia. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Driver for the White Plain Coal Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3324733 and he was assigned to the 11th Infantry, Company A as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 07, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LeoneD'AmarioLeon De Americo1890Campli (Cesenà)Scottdale, PANovember 04, 1918US Gen Hospital 26Leone D'Amario (alias Leon De Americo ) was born in the village of Campli (Cesenà) in or about 1890 to Giuseppe D'Amario . He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Scottdale, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Scottdale Furnace. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2581047 and he was assigned to the US Gen Hospital 26, Headquarters Company. He died of Pneumonia on November 04, 1918 while in training at Fort Des Moines, IA ; he is buried in Keokuk, IA in the Keokuk National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Grace Clairmont in Scottdale, PA. On his draft card (filed under Leone DiAmario) claims exemption having 6 sisters.
AntonioD'Amato1892MarineoNew York City, NYAugust 24, 1918306th Infantry77thAntonio D'Amato was born in the village of Marineo in or about 1892 to Salvatore and Rosa Ficarrotta. Emigrated to America he settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Foreman for the Manifold Supply Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1721205 and he was assigned to the 306th Infantry, Company A as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 24, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in New York City and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PasqualeD'Amato1892RipacandidaPhiladelphia, PANovember 05, 1918315th Infantry79thPasquale D'Amato was born in the village of Ripacandida in or about 1892 to Antonio and Fedele Labriola. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Philadelphia, PA where he worked as Foreman for the U.Y.I. Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1785575 and he was assigned to the 315th Infantry, Company K as part of the 79th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 05, 1918 in the attack to La Borne de Cornouiller (Hill 378) in the vicinity of Etraye during the third phase of the Meuse Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his wife Isabella in Philadelphia; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
ErmenegildoD'AmbrosiJames D'Ambrosi1894Castro de VolsciSharpsville, PAOctober 16, 1918110th Infantry28thErmenegildo D'Ambrosi (alias James D'Ambrosi) was born in the village of Castro de Volsci in or about 1894 to Francesco D'Ambrosi. Emigrated to America he settled in Sharpsville, PA where he worked as Helper for the Valley Mold & Iron Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1852128 and he was assigned to the 110th Infantry, Company D as part of the 28th Division. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 16, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Wounded by shell firre on July 30. Mother Rosa.
AntonioD'AmbrosioTony D'Ambrosio1899BisacciaHartford, CTJuly 23, 1918102nd Infantry26thAntonio D'Ambrosio (alias Tony D'Ambrosio) was born in the village of Bisaccia in or about 1899 to Giuseppe and Giuseppa Roberto. Emigrated to America he settled in Hartford, CT where he worked as Laborer for the Angelo D'Ambrosio. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 63623 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Company A as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on July 23, 1918 in the vicinity of Epieds during the Aisne-Marne offensive and his death was notified to his father in Hartfotd, CT; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MicheleD'AmbrosioMike Dombrazzio1887TraniCleveland, OHOctober 19, 1918102nd Infantry26thMichele D'Ambrosio (alias Mike Dombrazzio ) was born in the village of Trani in or about 1887 to Silvestro and Maria Di Benedetto. Emigrated to America he settled in Cleveland, OH where he worked as Core Maker for the River Turner. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2435268 and he was assigned to the 102nd Infantry, Company K as part of the 26th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 19, 1918 in Belleu Bois during the operations in the Neptune Sector and his death was notified to his mother in Montreal, Canada; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DonatantonioDamianiDan Dominy1894BellaSharpsburg, PAOctober 08, 1918319th Infantry80thDonatantonio Damiani (alias Dan Dominy ) was born in the village of Bella in or about 1894 to Gerardo and Teresa Lioi. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Sharpsburg, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Hubbard & Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1827765 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company K as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 08, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SabatinoDamianiSabitini Domiani1889BariscianoBellaire, OHOctober 14, 191811th Infantry5thSabatino Damiani (alias Sabitini Domiani ) was born in the village of Barisciano in or about 1889 to Floriano Damiani . He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Bellaire, OH. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 736941 and he was assigned to the 11th Infantry, Company L as part of the 5th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 14, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreDamianoSamuel Damiano1893Lauro, fraz. MiglianoRoselle Park, NJSeptember 24, 1918311th Infantry78thSalvatore Damiano (alias Samuel Damiano) was born in the village of Lauro, fraz. Migliano in or about 1893 to Francesco Damiano. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Roselle Park, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Cement Company . He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1762768 and he was assigned to the 311th Infantry, Company A as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 24, 1918 ; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoDamianoCharles Domiano1895AltavillaChicago, ILOctober 12, 1918132nd Infantry33rdVincenzo Damiano (alias Charles Domiano ) was born in the village of Altavilla in or about 1895 to Antonino and Teresa Costa. He emigrated to America in 1900 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Fruit peddler. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 132nd Infantry, Company M as part of the 33rd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Chicago; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Worked with his father and brother Domenico.
GiuseppeD'AmiciDetroit, MI339th InfantryGiuseppe D'Amici was born. Emigrated to America he settled in Detroit, MI. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 339th Infantry, Company A. He was Killed in Action on ; he is buried in Shenkurst District, Dvina River and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniD'Amico1893BorgettoGlensburg, NJOctober 07, 191872nd Infantry11thGiovanni D'Amico was born in the village of Borgetto in or about 1893 to Domenico Vito D'Amico. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Glensburg, NJ where he worked as Laborer for the Standard B Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4028041 and he was assigned to the 72nd Infantry, Company D as part of the 11th Division. He died of Influenza on October 07, 1918 while in training at Camp Meade, MD and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LorenzoD'Amico1892San LorenzelloMeriden, CTSeptember 27, 191858th Infantry4thLorenzo D'Amico was born in the village of San Lorenzello in or about 1892 to Martino and Benedetta Gaudio. He emigrated to America in 1910 and settled in Meriden, CT where he worked as Barber. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2884718 and he was assigned to the 58th Infantry, Company D as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 27, 1918 in the vicinity of Septarges Meuse Argonne Offensive and his death was notified to his brother Giovanni in Meriden, CT; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MaranoD'Amico1894QuadriGeneva, NYOctober 02, 1918153rd Depot BrigadeMarano D'Amico was born in the village of Quadri in or about 1894. Emigrated to America he settled in Geneva, NY where he worked as Laborer for the U.S. Lens Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 4098390 and he was assigned to the 153rd Depot Brigade, . He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 02, 1918 while in training at Camp Dix, NJ and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Brother Nicola in Syracuse NY
Rosario PietroD'Amico1890Polizzi GenerosaLong Island City, NYNovember 05, 1918316th Infantry79thRosario Pietro D'Amico was born in the village of Polizzi Generosa in or about 1890 to Biagio and Caterina Palizzotto. He emigrated to America in 1915 and settled in Long Island City, NY where he worked as Tailor. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3196430 and he was assigned to the 316th Infantry, Company I as part of the 79th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 05, 1918 in the attack to La Borne de Cornouiller (Hill 378) in the vicinity of Etraye during the third phase of the Meuse Argonne offensive and his death was notified to his father in Corona, NY; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
ZopitoD'Amico1896SpoltoreMariners Harbor, NYMarch 15, 1918327th Infantry82ndZopito D'Amico was born in the village of Spoltore in or about 1896 to Vincenzo and Santa D'Ettorre. Emigrated to America he settled in Mariners Harbor, NY where he worked as Helper for the Procter & Gamble. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1908108 and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company L as part of the 82nd Division. He died of Thrombosis on March 15, 1918 in the United States and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AlessandroD'AmicoAllesandro Di'Amico1893CasapullaBernardsville, NJSeptember 19, 1918310th Infantry78thAlessandro D'Amico (alias Allesandro Di'Amico ) was born in the village of Casapulla in or about 1893 to Pasquale and Caterina Maddaluna. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Bernardsville, NJ where he worked as Mason for the Mike Maddalena. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2409568 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company G as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 19, 1918 and his death was notified to his father in Bernardsville, NJ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
RaffaeleDamoneRalph Damone1894BitettoNew York City, NYJune 05, 1918305th Infantry77thRaffaele Damone (alias Ralph Damone) was born in the village of Bitetto in or about 1894 to Onofrio Damone. He emigrated to America in 1903 and settled in New York City, NY where he started his own business as Hatter. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1715054 and he was assigned to the 305th Infantry, Company B as part of the 77th Division. He died of Accidental explosion on June 05, 1918 . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. m. Domenica De Virgilis, Albo D'oro enters Michele as father
GiovanniD'Amore1888Termini ImereseMilwaukee, WIAugust 10, 191847th Infantry4thGiovanni D'Amore was born in the village of Termini Imerese in or about 1888 to Mercurio D'Amore. He emigrated to America in 1890 and settled in Milwaukee, WI where he worked as Worker for the International Harvester Corporation. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 47th Infantry, Company G as part of the 4th Division. He was Killed in Action on August 10, 1918 in the vicinity of Bazoches and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioD'Angelo1892Pignataro MaggioreRochester, NYOctober 01, 1918310th Infantry78thAntonio D'Angelo was born in the village of Pignataro Maggiore in or about 1892 to Giuseppe and Margherita De Rosa. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Rochester, NY where he worked as Shoe Maker for the John Kelley Inc.. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1762360 and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company A as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 01, 1918 and his death was notified to his wife Maria in Rochester, NY; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Antonio had four brothers fighting in the Great War: Enrico (who had joined him in Rochester in 1913) enlisted in the U.S. Army, Luigi, Ernesto and Salvatore were with the Italian Army. A cousin of him, Lorenzo, was part of the same company and was wounded in the same action. He was wounded on the night of Sept 22nd during the attack on the fortified farm of Mon Plaisir Ferme, 2 km North of Thiaucourt.
DomenicoD'AngeloDominic De Angelo1887Castellammare AdriaticoYoungstown, OHSeptember 29, 191859th Infantry4thDomenico D'Angelo (alias Dominic De Angelo) was born in the village of Castellammare Adriatico in or about 1887 to Giuseppe D'Angelo. He emigrated to America in 1907 and settled in Youngstown, OH where he worked as Laborer for the Republic Iron & Steel Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 560772 and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company B as part of the 4th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 29, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother Giovanni in Italy; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
MarianoD'Angelo1896PretoroNew York City, NYJuly 07, 1918501st EngineersMariano D'Angelo was born in the village of Pretoro in or about 1896 to Antonio D'Angelo. He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Laborer for the U.S. Improvement Realty Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 197022 and he was assigned to the 501st Engineers, Company B. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on July 07, 1918 ; he is buried in Rahway, NJ in the Saint Mary Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreD'Annolfo1898Sant'ApollinareSouth Barre, MAJune 14, 191828th Infantry1stSalvatore D'Annolfo was born in the village of Sant'Apollinare in or about 1898 to Eduardo and Teresa De Libero. Emigrated to America he settled in South Barre, MA where he worked as Laborer for the Moore Drop Forging Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 28th Infantry, Company G as part of the 1st Division. He was Killed in Action on June 14, 1918 in the vicinity of Cantigny ; he is buried in Bony, in the Somme American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PietroDantiPeter Dante1892SaccoNew York City, NYOctober 11, 1918326th Infantry82ndPietro Danti (alias Peter Dante) was born in the village of Sacco in or about 1892. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in New York City, NY where he worked as Deck Hand for the Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1901947 and he was assigned to the 326th Infantry, Company G as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 11, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother in law Angelo Cerasuolo in New York City; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
AntonioD'AntoniAnthony Dantonio1888MarsalaSandusky, OHSeptember 29, 1918147th Infantry37thAntonio D'Antoni (alias Anthony Dantonio ) was born in the village of Marsala in or about 1888 to Charles D'Antoni . Emigrated to America he settled in Sandusky, OH. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1524808 and he was assigned to the 147th Infantry, Company B as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on September 29, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
SalvatoreD'AntoniSam Dantone1894CefalùBaltimore, MDSeptember 30, 1918146th Infantry37thSalvatore D'Antoni (alias Sam Dantone ) was born in the village of Cefalù in or about 1894 to Salvatore D'Antoni . He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Baltimore, MD where he worked as Waiter for the Joe Maranto. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 146th Infantry, Company G as part of the 37th Division. He died of wounds received in action on September 30, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
VincenzoD'AntoniJim Dantoni1895MarsalaWilburton, OKOctober 11, 1918111th Engineers36thVincenzo D'Antoni (alias Jim Dantoni ) was born in the village of Marsala in or about 1895 to Rocco D'Antoni . He emigrated to America in 1911 and settled in Wilburton, OK where he worked as MIner for the Degnan Mc Connell & Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 111th Engineers, as part of the 36th Division. He died of Disease on October 11, 1918 ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Mother Rosa Landicina. Notified of Death his uncle Giuseppe Landicina
AttilioD'Antonio1896Pratola (serra o peligna)New Britain, CTApril 07, 19171 Inf CNGAttilio D'Antonio was born in the city of Pratola (serra o peligna) in or about 1896. Emigrated to America he settled in New Britain, CT. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 1 Inf CNG, Company I. He died of Accident on April 07, 1917 and his death was notified to his sister Elvira in New Britain, CT and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PietroD'AntonioPete D'Antonio1895MontenerodomoYatesboro, PADecember 08, 191830th Infantry3rdPietro D'Antonio (alias Pete D'Antonio) was born in the village of Montenerodomo in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in Yatesboro, PA where he worked as Section Laborer for the Rural Valley Railway. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 548111 and he was assigned to the 30th Infantry, Company L as part of the 3rd Division. He died of Lobar Pneumonia on December 08, 1918 and his death was notified to his mother in Italy and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LuigiD'Antuono1891MondragoneCranston, RIOctober 16, 1918310th Infantry78thLuigi D'Antuono was born in the village of Mondragone in or about 1891 to Michele and Marianna Ideale. Emigrated to America he settled in Cranston, RI where he worked as Laborer for the Brown & Sharpe Manfufacturing Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 310th Infantry, Company M as part of the 78th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 16, 1918 in the vicinity of St. Juvin ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was killed by shell fire
AngeloD'AntuonoAngelo D'Antono1891BinettoMount Kisco, NYNovember 02, 1918MDAngelo D'Antuono (alias Angelo D'Antono ) was born in the village of Binetto in or about 1891 to Nicola D'Antuono . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Mount Kisco, NY where he worked as Laborer for the O'Brien & Kinkel. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3203376 and he was assigned to the MD, . He died of Pneumonia on November 02, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
PasqualeDaomiPatsy Daomi1888FrisancoNaugatuck, CTOctober 08, 1918308th Infantry77thPasquale Daomi (alias Patsy Daomi) was born in the village of Frisanco in or about 1888. Emigrated to America he settled in Naugatuck, CT where he worked as Rubber Worker for the G.M.R. Shoe Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1682604 and he was assigned to the 308th Infantry, Company E as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 08, 1918 and his death was notified to his brother William Daomi in Waterbury; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. He was part of the Lost Battalion
PasqualeD'Archivio1895Cappelle sul TavoMcKeesport, PAOctober 09, 1918319th Infantry80thPasquale D'Archivio was born in the village of Cappelle sul Tavo in or about 1895 to Zopito and Maria Teresa Bianchini. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in McKeesport, PA where he worked as Heater for the National Tube Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1828311 and he was assigned to the 319th Infantry, Company M as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 09, 1918 and his death was notified to his faher in Altoona, PA; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoD'Aresta1887San Michele SalentinoHamilton, OHOctober 08, 1918159th Depot BrigadeDomenico D'Aresta was born in the village of San Michele Salentino in or about 1887. He emigrated to America in 1906 and settled in Hamilton, OH. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3904929 and he was assigned to the 159th Depot Brigade, Company 45. He died of Broncho Pneumonia on October 08, 1918 while in training at Camp Taylor, KY and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified cousin Antonio Spinelli in Cincinnati
SabinoDattolo1895AtripaldaHoboken, NJNovember 02, 1918148th Infantry37thSabino Dattolo was born in the village of Atripalda in or about 1895 to Cornelio and Carmela Tosca. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Hoboken, NJ. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2406411 and he was assigned to the 148th Infantry, Company K as part of the 37th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 02, 1918 ; he is buried in Waregem, Flanders Field American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
GiovanniD'Auria1889Contursi TermeNew York City, NYOctober 12, 1918325th Infantry82ndGiovanni D'Auria was born in the village of Contursi Terme in or about 1889. He emigrated to America in 1905 and settled in New York City, NY where he started his own business as Stone Cutter. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1898696 and he was assigned to the 325th Infantry, Company F as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 12, 1918 ; he is buried in Hastings on Hudson, NY in the Mount Hope Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Emilio D'Auria 2503 Hughes Ave New York
JohnD'Avella1895NapoliBrooklyn, NYNovember 05, 1918306th Infantry77thJohn D'Avella was born in the city of Napoli in or about 1895. Emigrated to America he settled in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as Engraver for the Eugenio D'Avella. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1701578 and he was assigned to the 306th Infantry, Company D as part of the 77th Division. He was Killed in Action on November 05, 1918 and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified his godfather Alessandro Marasciullo, possibly D'Aiello from Piano di Sorrento, SA
QuirinoD'AvolioGuerrino D'Avolio1889CollarmeleChicago, ILJuly 04, 1918131st Infantry33rdQuirino D'Avolio (alias Guerrino D'Avolio) was born in the village of Collarmele in or about 1889 to Giovanni Crisostomo D'Avolio. He emigrated to America in 1913 and settled in Chicago, IL where he worked as Laborer for the City of Chicago. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2061198 and he was assigned to the 131st Infantry, Company K as part of the 33rd Division. He was Killed in Action on July 04, 1918 near Hamel . His name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. On July 4th he was attached to Co. E of the 131st reinforcing the South Australian 43rd Battalion during the night attack on the village of Hamel. He died in the first phase of the attack when the covering barrage fell short killing his entire platoon but one man; it was his first engagement since his arrival in France.
GiuseppeDe AmicisDetroit, MIJanuary 19, 1919339th Infantry85thGiuseppe De Amicis was born. Emigrated to America he settled in Detroit, MI. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2042211 and he was assigned to the 339th Infantry, Company A as part of the 85th Division. He died of on January 19, 1919 in Ust Padenga (Russia) ; he is buried in Citato per Bravery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
DomenicoDe AngelisDominick Angelo1891CasalduniRedgranite, WINovember 04, 1918148th Infantry37thDomenico De Angelis (alias Dominick Angelo ) was born in the village of Casalduni in or about 1891 to Antonio and Laura Frangiosa. He emigrated to America in 1909 and settled in Redgranite, WI where he worked as Driller in Quarry for the Wisconsin Ganite Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 3749542 and he was assigned to the 148th Infantry, Company K as part of the 37th Division. He died of Pneumonia on November 04, 1918 in France and his death was notified to his father in Kenosha; he is buried in Arlington, VA in the National Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Naturalised in Camp Grant, IL under the provisions of the congress act regarding foreign soldiers.
FrancescoDe Angelis1896Montegallo (Balzo)Layton, PANovember 28, 1918601st EngineersFrancesco De Angelis was born in the village of Montegallo (Balzo) in or about 1896 to Domenico De Angelis. Emigrated to America he settled in Layton, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Harbison-Walker Refractories Co. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 1852583 and he was assigned to the 601st Engineers, Company B. He died of Drowning on November 28, 1918 ; he is buried in Thiaucourt, in the Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified brother Adorno De Angelis in Superior, PA.
GiuseppeDe AngelisJoseph Angelo1889Castro de VolsciSharpsville, PAOctober 06, 1918318th Infantry80thGiuseppe De Angelis (alias Joseph Angelo ) was born in the village of Castro de Volsci in or about 1889 to Pietro De Angelis . Emigrated to America he settled in Sharpsville, PA where he worked as Laborer for the Valley Mold & Iron Company. He was inducted in the Army with serial number 2472917 and he was assigned to the 318th Infantry, Company I as part of the 80th Division. He was Killed in Action on October 06, 1918 during the first phase of the Meuse Argonne offensive; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. Notified Rocco DeAngelis. Mother Elisabetta de Giulio
SerafinoDe AngelisSerafino Di Angeles1889Appignano del TrontoSan Pedro, CAOctober 17, 191859th Infantry4thSerafino De Angelis (alias Serafino Di Angeles ) was born in the village of Appignano del Tronto in or about 1889 to Filippo De Angelis . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in San Pedro, CA where he worked as Dock Worker for the Bonning Company. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 59th Infantry, Company A as part of the 4th Division. He died of Disease on October 17, 1918 ; he is buried in Belleau, in the Aisne Marne American Cemetery and his name appears in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's. According to Italian Albo d'Oro father is Giovanni
ErnestoDe BastianiErnest Debastiani1895CesiomagioreNorthampton, MAOctober 10, 1918327th Infantry82ndErnesto De Bastiani (alias Ernest Debastiani ) was born in the village of Cesiomagiore in or about 1895 to Antonio De Bastiani . He emigrated to America in 1912 and settled in Northampton, MA where he worked as Dyer. He was inducted in the Army and he was assigned to the 327th Infantry, Company H as part of the 82nd Division. He was Killed in Action on October 10, 1918 on Hill 180 in the vicinity of Convay ; he is buried in Romagne sous Montfaucon, in the Meuse Argonne American Cemetery and his name does not appear in the Italian Honor Roll (Albo d' Oro), published in the 1930's.
LodovicoDe BonisLidovico Deponso1895Piperno (Priverno)Lawrence, NYJune 27, 1918