[TI] Mascari Research and Question
sclark5701 at mchsi.com
Mon May 19 20:15:31 MDT 2014
Ann, I have some Milwaukee Mascari's. Filippo Mascari married Rosa
Notari (1882-1940) in Milwaukee. They had 3 children that I know of:
Salvatore (1903-1978), Katherine (1905-1982), and Helen (1906-?)
On 5/18/2014 7:42 PM, Ann Catalano wrote:
> I make the mistake of sending message in html format instead of plain text
> and then it won't post. That may be what happened to John's post as well.
> Like many of you, I have some Mascari's in my ancestry. It is so very
> confusing when the families intermarried so much.
> My 4th Great Grandfater, Luciano Catalano (1714 - 1784) was married to
> Nunzia Mascari. I have only found one child from this union (Cosimo Catalano
> (1749 0 1822).
> A sister of my grandmother (Giuseppa Catalano 1882 - 1949), Maria Catalano
> (1863 - 1925) was married to a Agostino Mascari (1857 - 1925) and lived in
> Indianapolis, Indiana.
> One of the Catalano's who immigrated to Milwaukee (Antonino Catalano 1865 -
> 1945) married Maria Rosa Mascari (1868 - 1954). Another Milwaukee Catalano
> (Cosimo Catalano 1889 - 1971) married Anna Mascari (1897 - 1974) - she was
> from Memphis, TN. The Milwaukee Catalano's were descendants of the brother
> (Agostino Catalano) of my 2nd great-grandfathers - Angelo Michela Catalano
> (Paternal Grandfather's grandfather) and Luciano Catalano (Paternal
> Grandmother's grandfather).
> There are other, distantly related, Mascari's that pop up in my tree as
> My great grandfather, Fabiano Agostino Catalano, was living at #26 Vico
> Mascari when he died on April 11, 1909.
> There seems to be many intersections of the Catalano's and the Mascari's.
> Ann Catalano
> North Tonawanda, NY
> On 5/17/14 11:43 PM, "Becky Mascari" <bmascari at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am posting this on behalf of John Mascari since he has twice tried
> to post
>> and it has not shown up either time---Fingers Crossed!
> On Friday, May 16,
>> 2014 3:03 PM, John Mascari <john_mascari at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Becky, I did not
>> receive Russell¹s message originally posted to the
> mailing list on May 8,
>> 2014. Russell contacted me off list. Russell,
> Becky and I have been emailing
>> offline about this. I wanted to share
> the following in case someone else is
>> doing the same line research. I
> also would like to open up a question about
>> Anna Sansone (Zodia) shown
> Note the following for Salvatore Mascari
>> (1787-1832) & Ignazia Costa
> (1797-1859) listed as Russell¹s direct
> I believe this Salvatore is different from my direct Salvatore
> (1787-1832). [My Salvatore can be found in Film 1714033 Doc#164
> 12 May 1832, Age 45 son of Giuseppe Mascari & Crispina
> husband of Maria Provenzale & widow of first wife Rosa
> Russell¹s Salvatore married to Ignazia Costa 16 Oct 1824 see
> 1982289 #58 Allegati) 1713870 #58 Termini Civil records. This record
>> shows his birth 26 Aug 1797, father as Antonino Mascari (see
> below) and mother
>> as Anna Sansone (Zodia) (see below).
> Antonino Mascari: Death 26 Jul 1837 in
>> Termini Imerese, Palermo,
> Sicilia, Italy from Film 1714034 #107 Termini Civil
>> records. Birth
> abt. 1773 (from Age 64 at death) father, Giuseppe Mascari,
> mother, Antonina Costa;
> Anna Sansone (Zodia): Here is my Question: We
>> found a possible
> conflict with her death and approximate birth dates.
>> 1824 Film 1982289 Doc #58-03 Image 117 (marriage of son
> Salvatore) lists
>> Anna¹s death as 22 Aug 1811, Age 34 (birth estimated
> Allegati 1822 Film
>> 1981599 Doc #61-05 Image 109 (marriage of Francesco
> Pusateri to daughter Anna
>> Michela Mascari) lists her death as 30 May
> 1801, Age 40 (birth est. 1761).
>> appears both of these records are for the same person given the
> same spouse,
>> Antonino Mascari, and parent names, Antonino
> Sansone-Zodia & Philippa
>> D¹Attilo. I recommended looking at copies of
> the film to see if any if the
>> dates, age and parents names are the
> same. Anyone who has looked at images of
>> these records knows that
> some are very difficult to read. I would love to
>> hear any other
> thoughts. Does anyone have these two death records available
>> to view?
> It appears May is turning into Mascari Research month. : )
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