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51 Moved to California when husband John received a position withHelene Curtis.She was employed by North Orange County Community CollegeDistrict and Robinson-May. She owned Pepino's ItalianRestaurant and The Surprise Shop, a woman's apparel store.She served as President of the Sons of Italy Renaissance Lodgeof Orange, CA. Martello Dolores Marie (I57)
 
52 Moved to USA Martella Libera (I667)
 
53 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Giancola6248 Hiram Ave.Ashtabula, Ohio 44004440-992-3044 Giancola Anthony (I189)
 
54 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F48
 
55 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martello Michelle Nicole (I4)
 
56 Name:

* Was very wealthy and college educated but lost all their money. Their father was a big gambler and lost all the money and this was the reason they came to America.
He was a sculptor and did all the statues in St. Rocks Church, Pen Arygl but they were all destroyed.
Worked hard in the stone quarry but would always stop and buy a toy for the kids on the way home from work.
 
Abruzzese II Domenico (I962)
 
57 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martello Nicholas George (I1)
 
58 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Schweizer Nicholas Robert (I216)
 
59 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1
 
60 Nick was a wonderful guy. He ran a jeep factory in Italy duringWWII. While there he picked up on the family history and metwith cousins. He was very "Italian" and a strong democrat. Hewas President of the Ohio Sons of Italy in America. He went outWest to seek his fortune as a Uranium hunter during the 1950'swith his pal Johnny Marta. Needless to say, he dug a lot ofholes and came up empty. He was also known as "Purtsy" by hisGeneva-On-The-Lake buddies. Married Jean Vendetti late in life.Went back to Italy with Step-Brother Gilbert and mother Delores. Martello Nicholas Joesph (I58)
 
61 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martello John F., Jr. (I111)
 
62 Occupation: Contadino (farmer)
Died 29 January 1827 age 73 at 9:00 AM at his own house, Castelpetroso, District Isernia, Province Molise, Italy 
Martella Pietro (I248)
 
63 Of Blood Poisoning Abruzzese Fidalba Alvira Domenica Adele (I11)
 
64 Of Uremic Poisoning Martello George (I44)
 
65 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martella Michele (I317)
 
66 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martella Adamo (I892)
 
67 plant at OSU Bennett Michael (I173)
 
68 Posted in Ohio death certs as Palmeni Martela, 4/10/1922 in OhioDeath Certificates, Volume 3847, Certificate 20355. Martello Palmina (I45)
 
69 Ralph born Sept. 13, 1907, to Oscar Ovian and Alice Ida(Blackwell) Poulson arrived in the family home in Zoar Station,OH. He was the second child of Oscar, a schoolteacher. In 1908,the family moved to New Philadelphia, where Oscar had accepted aposition as a coalmine weighmaster at Roswell, OH. Moving, in1917, to Akron, OH, Ralph was soon to lose his father in the1918 Spanish Influenza Epidemic. Ralph had unpleasant memoriesof his abusive father, who, with a fiery temper, was at times, aheavy drinker. Taking in boarders for about two years, Alice,his mother, decided to move the family to a Cleveland, OH.cottage on the property of Bertha, her sister, and ChesterFinney. While in Cleveland, Ralph graduated from East TechnicalHigh School in 1925. Shortly thereafter, the family returned toAkron with Alice remarrying. Ralph, upon the advice of his newstepfather and long time family friend, Hicks Schmidt, remainedin Cleveland with his Aunt (Bertha) and Uncle to take advantageof a machinist apprenticeship with The Warner and Swasey Co. Hegraduated from this program in June 1929 and became Foreman ofthe Casting Cleaning and Welding Dept. With the worsening of TheGreat Depression, Ralph was laid-off in August 1931. Working fora short time at Cleveland Graphite Bronze, he then applied atand was hired by The Cleveland Stoker Co.which was to mergeshortly with Reliance Electric and Engineering Co. Both firmswere owned by the same family. At Reliance, Ralph found hiscareer occupation and married Alice Rosenjack in 1933. -moreabout Ralph under Marriage Notes! Poulson Ralph Eugene (I6)
 
70 Real name was Camillo DiDonato Camillo "Clarence" (I203)
 
71 Retired as city engineer of Isernia Riozzi Giovanni (I640)
 
72 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Izzi Giuseppina (I594)
 
73 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F49
 
74 St James Hospital, Newark, NJ Martello George (I44)
 
75 St. John the Baptist Church 9:A.M. Family F5
 
76 St. Josephs Cemetary Martello Nicola (I10)
 
77 Suffered from mental illness probably caused by shell shockduring WW II Martello Tony (I52)
 
78 The only daughter to not emmigrate to America. DiDonato Giula (I196)
 
79 Theresa loved to sing and was a member of the Mother Singers ofAshtabula, Ohio. She also belonged to the Altar and RosarySociety of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church. She was an excellent cookand mom. Bennett Theresa (I9)
 
80 Traveled to America and began a labor company. As a favor to afriend, he hired his friend's son who was underage. Thisviolated the labor laws which had just become very strict. Hewas subsequently deported back to Italy. He then lived on thefamily farm with no great love for the Americans. Martella Luigi (I68)
 
81 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martella Umberto (I283)
 
82 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gibbs Zane P. (I459)
 
83 USA? Scarselli Giovanni (I863)
 
84 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martella Antonio (I281)
 
85 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martella Umberto (I283)
 
86 Was college educated, aristocrat and sculptor. Martella Domenico Francesco (I21)
 
87 Was in the Italian army and was killed while home on leave byBritish bombing. Riozzi Michele (I636)
 
88 Was very wealthy and college educated but lost all their money. Their father was a big gambler and lost all the money and this was the reason they came to America. Martella Domenico Francesco (I21)
 
89 We believe he lived in California most of his life. He devorcedhis first wife, took up with a religious fanatic and became anevangelist preacher. His wife took Margaret Angelina toCalifornia and he took Mary Louise with him to Ashtabula. Hemarried the religious woman and had several other children. Hemoved to Ashtabula and started a church in the old neighborhoodon Columbus Avenue. His church was not successful and he movedto New York. After he died, his first wife regained custody ofMary Louise. RVK@aol.com. Martello Joseph Charles (I72)
 
90 Willie served on the Arizona but was absent when the ship was attacked at Pearl Harbor. Relatives indicate that he felt heavy guilt that his shipmates were killed and he escaped that tragedy. Martello William "Willie" (I444)
 
91 Willy opened a casino in Searchlight Nevada that operated though the early 1960's until it burned down. He was quite an innovator for his time. Martello William "Willie" (I444)
 

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