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- Immigrant ancestor (1906)
- b. 15 Jan 1888, Italy
- m. Maria Victoria ____________
- d. unk
- World War Two Draft Registration Card
showing Angelo Di Zazzzo, dwelling at 44 Fletcher Ave.,
Cranston, Rhode Island. Place of birth lists as Casino Angimami.
- The 1930 U.S. Census lists
on line 51, an Angelo DiZazzo, dwelling at 11 Fortin St., Cranston,
Rhode Island, with wife Maria V. and two children, Pasquale and Nancy, and working at a woolen mill. According to this
record he entered the U.S. in 1906.
- World War One Draft Registration Card showing Angelo Di Zazzo,
born January 1889, dwelling at 113 Chestnut St., Lawrence, Mass., an alien, native of Rocca D'evandro, Caserta, Italy;
employed at the Washington Mill, Lawrence, Mass.; a single man, supporting
- According to a December 20, 2008 note for Pat Dizazzo, the grandson of Angelo Di Zazzo:
My grandfather, Angelo, lived in Lawrence, Mass. for a short time and then moved to Cranston, R.I.
He worked in a spinning/textile mill as most of them did.
When they relocated to R.I. they lived at 269 Waldo St. Providence. He worked as a fireman (shoveled coal into a boiler)
at a school in Providence called U B Bayne, a private school.
Spelling may not be correct. My grandmother, Victoria, also worked in a textile mill called Walter Marshall Spinning Mill.
Of the line that extends from Angelo, Nancy is deceased (Cola), my father, Pasquale is deceased,
and I am the only child of Pasquale and Concetta (Vono),
also of Lawrence, Mass. I have one son and right now one and a half grandchildren.
- This record last updated 20 December 2008 by D. Trumbull