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301 Arrived in this country at Port of New York on 12 Feb 1929. Departed Naples, Italy, abourt the S. S. Augustus on 2 Feb 1929.

The traveling party included mother, VITA Di PLACIDO MARINUCCI, age 40, sons GUERINO, age 13, and ARMANDO, age 8, and daughter ANNA, age 16. They were to permanently join father, DOMENICO at 200 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, MA.

Daughter Adelina stayed behind in Sulmona, D'Aquila, Italy.

Line 1: VITA DI PLACIDO MARINUCCI,
Line 2: son, GUERINO MARINUCCI,
Line 3: son, ARMANDO MARINUCCI,
Line 4: daughter, ANNA MARINUCCI, 
MARINUCCI, Armando (I1053)
 
302 Arrived in this country at Port of New York on 12 Feb 1929. Departed Naples, Italy, abourt the S. S. Augustus on 2 Feb 1929.

The traveling party included mother, VITA Di PLACIDO MARINUCCI, age 40, sons GUERINO, age 13, and ARMANDO, age 8, and daughter ANNA, age 16. They were to permanently join father, DOMENICO at 200 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, MA.

Daughter Adelina stayed behind in Sulmona, D'Aquila, Italy.

Line 1: VITA DI PLACIDO MARINUCCI,
Line 2: son, GUERINO MARINUCCI,
Line 3: son, ARMANDO MARINUCCI,
Line 4: daughter, ANNA MARINUCCI, 
DIPLACITA, Maria Vita (I1052)
 
303 Arrived in this country at Port of New York on 12 Feb 1929. Departed Naples, Italy, abourt the S. S. Augustus on 2 Feb 1929.

The traveling party included mother, VITA Di PLACIDO MARINUCCI, age 40, sons GUERINO, age 13, and ARMANDO, age 8, and daughter ANNA, age 16. They were to permanently join father, DOMENICO at 200 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, MA.

Daughter Adelina stayed behind in Sulmona, D'Aquila, Italy.

Line 1: VITA DI PLACIDO MARINUCCI,
Line 2: son, GUERINO MARINUCCI,
Line 3: son, ARMANDO MARINUCCI,
Line 4: daughter, ANNA MARINUCCI, 
MARINUCCI, Guerino (I461)
 
304 as a result of accidental burns MCINTYRE, John Francis Jr. (I583)
 
305 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I137)
 
306 As of 1910, she did not speak English, only German. SOLEIVSKI, Ernestina (I1699)
 
307 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I863)
 
308 Astronaut Biographies.  Database.  Astronaut Bio: Brian Duffy 8/02.  Astronaut Bio: Brian Duffy 8/02. http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/Bios/htmlbios/duffy.html : 2002. Source (S115)
 
309 at 1 mon 25 days due to marasmus, syphilitic FLYNN, William Edward (I763)
 
310 at 20 days from athrepsia CASHMAN, Joseph (I501)
 
311 at 20 days from athrepsia CASHMAN, Eugene (I500)
 
312 at 29 yrs, 3 mos, 6 days KELLEY, Jonathan Michael (I931)
 
313 at 4 days from non-closure of Foramen Ovale CASHMAN, Arthur L. (I1062)
 
314 at 49 yrs O'CONNOR, John W. (I785)
 
315 at 54 yrs 9 mos 2 days; Mary Fletcher Hospital CASHMAN, James Eugene Sr. (I452)
 
316 at 6 months 13 days CASHMAN, Alice (I672)
 
317 at 6 mos 6 days  from capillary bronchitis CASHMAN, Francis Augustine (I677)
 
318 at 65 yrs 4 mos 25 days CASHMAN, Eugene F. (I921)
 
319 at 78 yrs MCKENNA, Francis Felix (I597)
 
320 at 9 yrs 2 mos 5 days REARDON, Katie (I1094)
 
321 at age 24 MCKENNA, Margaret C. (I598)
 
322 at age 3 years, 4 months, 7 days CASHMAN, John James (I676)
 
323 at age 34 O'BRIEN, Andrew Joseph (I243)
 
324 at age 41 SPENCE, James Raymond (I272)
 
325 at age 47 CONNOLLY, Ella (I591)
 
326 at age 48 yrs 4 mos 23 days from injuries  sustained during a fall WHITNEY, Gorham H. B. (I1307)
 
327 at age 50 WATERS, Margaret Mary (I1064)
 
328 at age 50 MCKENNA, Patrick (I745)
 
329 at age 54 CASHMAN, Edward Leo (I193)
 
330 at age 61 CAREY, Theresa Haslam (I889)
 
331 at age 62 SHEA, Michael E. (I789)
 
332 at age 63; died at home on Union Street SPENCE, James William (I787)
 
333 at age 64; 75 Russell Street (home) BARRY, Anna Zita (I865)
 
334 at age 67; Carney Hospital, South Boston CASHMAN, John Joseph Sr. (I975)
 
335 at age 68 yrs 7 mos 25 days from a hemorrhage caused by stomach cancer ROGERS, Henrietta Marie (I1308)
 
336 at age 74 CASHMAN, Captain John Joseph Jr. (I891)
 
337 at age 75; Massachusetts Memorial Hospital WHITE, David Joseph (I1352)
 
338 at age 79 of natural causes ROWNTREE, John S. "Jack" (I1334)
 
339 at age 81 PACKARD, Edmund Arthur (I1345)
 
340 at age 82 WHITE, John (I1369)
 
341 at age 83 REARDON, Daniel Bartholomew (I771)
 
342 at age 85 CASHMAN, Ellen Caroline "Nellie" (I961)
 
343 at age 88; 396 South Union Street REED, Emma J. (I683)
 
344 at age 90 SOLIMANDO, Michael (I103)
 
345 at age 94 HEALY, Louise M. (I504)
 
346 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F371
 
347 Attended State Normal School in Bridgewater, MA. Was accepted into Class 132 on September 1, 1902. Was part of the "3 yrs" course. As of 1915, had taught for 10 yrs and was teaching at the Center School in Brockton. MCINTYRE, Catherine Maria (I584)
 
348 Barbara completed four years of college.
Her parents were from Denmark but she spoke English at home as a child.
Before she became a mother, she worked as a waitress in a department store.
She was married at age 22.
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Mrs. LEVERENTZ was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, the Cloria Day Circle and Lutheran Church Women's Society. She was past president, secretary, recording and corresponding secretary of the The Rivers Women's Club of Little Gardens and was active in several bridge clubs. She was a substitute school teacher in Three Rivers Schools. 
JENSEN, Barbara Meta (I1594)
 
349 Barry Cashman was born in Boston. He lived in Abington for 25 years. He was a 1957 graduate of Boston Technical High School. He was the president of Tri-Town S. C. M. Corporation Ice Skating rink in Rockland. He was also vice president of the South Easton Arena and past member of the Abington Lions Club. He was a member of the board of trustees at Mt. Vernon Cemetery Corporation and a member of the Halifax County Club. CASHMAN, Anthony B. "Barry" (I112)
 
350 Bernard Donald Cashman enlisted in the US Army on 5 Jul 1939 as part of the Infantry. At the time of the 1940 US Census, Bernard was a 2nd Lt. in the 16th Infantry stationed at Fort Jay, NY. He was released on 22 Mar 1947.

He married Thelma Kuulei Buchanan, sometime between 1946 and 1948. Thelma was born in Hawaii in 1916.

In 1948, Bernard was living with his wife and mother, Ada, at Ada's home on 396 South Union Street in Burlington, VT. One year later, Thelma was no longer living with Bernard and Ada.

In 1949, Bernard, was a surveyor with A. W. Hoag & Associates.

In 1951, Bernard and his mother, Ada, were living at 35 Bay View Street in Burlington, VT.

Four years after being released from the Army, he enlisted again, on 14 Feb 1951, as a member of the Engineers. He was released from service on 20 Feb 1953.

In 1954, Bernard, his wife, Marie, and his mother, Ada, were living together at 35 Bay View Street, Burlington, VT.

If Marie didn't start living with Benard until 1954, then is the marriage date of 1950 accurate? 
CASHMAN, Bernard Donald "Ben" (I466)
 
351 Bethesda North Hospital PETREE, Charles Frank (I812)
 
352 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I942)
 
353 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I23)
 
354 Bill's family used to summer on Powder Point in Duxbury. Bill was a Massachusetts State Representative. Bill went to Harvard. Bill was in the US Navy. (Source=Bill & John Spence interview, 31 May 2012) SPENCE, William James "Bill" (I565)
 
355 Birth Date: 03/18/1902
Death Date: 01/05/1989
Interment Date: 01/13/1989
Section: 3
Grave 4609-B 
CASHMAN, Marion Frances (I464)
 
356 Blue hill cemetery Braintree CASHMAN, Lynne (I105)
 
357 Blue Hills Cemetery VERROCHI, Guido J. (I798)
 
358 Bob was a member of the governing body of Rockland Trust. (Source=Bill & John Spence interview, 31 May 2012) SPENCE, Robert Joyce Sr. (I129)
 
359 Born at 121 Sheridan Ave., Medford, MA. Dad Levi Arthur Packard born in East Boston, MA. Mom Cora Mahala Woolley born in Medford, MA. Father is a woollen salesman. Parents live in Medford. Informant is George Henry Packard, MD of Medford and mother.

Edmund A. Packard finished 3 years of college. He was a member of the class of 1928 at Boston University's College of Liberal Arts

In 1930, Edmund A. Packard is a clerk in a tire company

In 1935, lived in Medford, MA.

In 1940, lived in a house at 85 Sagamore Avenue, Medford, MA, rented for $60 per month. 
PACKARD, Edmund Arthur (I1345)
 
360 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2106)
 
361 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2107)
 
362 Born on Moosehill Street. VERROCHI, Mariano Albert (I2217)
 
363 Boston Evening Transcript.  Massachusetts, Boston.  Online images. www.genealogybank.com. Source (S149)
 
364 Boston Herald.  Massachusetts, Boston.  Online images. www.genealogybank.com. Source (S32)
 
365 Boston, 1939, volume 9, page 427 Spouse F164
 
366 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I93)
 
367 Bridget died in the home of her daughter, Mary F. Murphy Cashman. DEVLIN, Bridget (I304)
 
368 Burlington Bicentennial Commitee.  Bygone Burlington:  A Bicentennial Barrage of Battles, Boats, Buildings & Beings.  Burlington, Vermont:  Queen City Printers Inc., 1976. Source (S207)
 
369 Cape Cod Times (Hyannis, MA) - Thursday, January 26, 2006
Deceased Name: John L. Ierardi
67 Leaves family on the Cape; music producer, manager

LOS ANGELES - " John Lee Ierardi, 67, died Dec. 28 in Los Angeles after a brief illness.

Mr. Ierardi had a long career in music promotion. He started his career through the co-op program at Northeastern University, working in the record department at Jordan Marsh. He then worked for many record labels at Mutual Distributors in Roxbury. Liberty/United Artists transferred him in 1969 to Los Angeles, where he became a production manager for several years and founded his own company, Hut Sut Music.
In the 1980s, he produced a collection of MGM musicals. He later produced CDs with new recording artists, helping them launch careers as singers and pianists. He was an avid moviegoer and loved the beach, convertibles, crossword puzzles and cooking. Survivors include his mother, Theresa (Ierardi) Bolino of West Roxbury; a sister, Anne Ierardi of Yarmouthport; and a brother, Anthony Ierardi of Milton. A memorial Mass will be at 9 a.m. tomorrow at St. Susanna Parish, 262 Needham St., Dedham. Private burial is in St. Joseph's Cemetery, West Roxbury. Memorial donations may be made to Healthsigns Center Inc. Arts Fund, 408 Main St., Yarmouthport, MA 02675. Copyright, 2006, Cape Cod Times. All Rights Reserved. 
IERARDI, John Lee Jr. (I1050)
 
370 Carney Hospital O'BRIEN, Thomas Francis (I923)
 
371 carolinemadden133 added this on 7 Apr 2013 Beautiful picture of the Swift stone in St. James Cementery in Whitman. I have started doing a family genealogy and Ellen Swift/Morrison was my grandmother. Edward Swift along with Timothy, William and James were her brothers as well as Mary Marble, Annie Swift and Catherine Griswold, sisters. The family lived in East Bridgewater before Mary A Burke married Timothy Swift and moved to Whitman. It appears as if a Michael and Ellen Burke were Mary A Burke's parents, however, I can't seem to find her listed in birth records. Would you let me know if you have been able to find any records? Thanks so much for any help, I can be reached at carolinemadden133@comcast.net Caroline Madden SWIFT, Timothy (I941)
 
372 Cashman, Jack, Las Vegas, NV. firsthand knowledge.  Obtained by Jay Cashman from phone call with Jack Cashman on 4 Apr 2012. Source (S44)
 
373 Cashman, Jay, Quincy, MA. firsthand knowledge. Source (S145)
 
374 Cashman, Jay.  photocopy of newspaper article.  Privately held by Jay Cashman, Quincy, MA.  2012. Source (S48)
 
375 Cashman, William F., Merrimack, NH 03054. firsthand knowledge. Source (S109)
 
376 Cashman.  newpaper clipping.  Privately held by Jay Cashman, Quincy, MA.  2012. Source (S39)
 
377 Cause of death was listed as "Marasmus, Syphilitic." Marasmus is a form of malnutrition that is often encountered in congenital syphilis. FLYNN, William Edward (I763)
 
378 cerebellar herniation due to cerebral edema due to ? encephalitis CASHMAN, Joseph Michael (I135)
 
379 cert number 1235 SOLIMANDO, Michael (I103)
 
380 Charles obtained his citizenship by way of his father's naturalization.
As of 1 Apr 1930, Charles was not a veteran.

Charles worked as a secretary for the railroad for fifteen years. His last employer was the  Sante Fe Railroad.

Charles lived in the Illinois state mental hospital in Elgin, Illinois, for the last 3 1/2 years of his life. 
JENSEN, Charles J. (I1595)
 
381 Chief Justice Cushing Chapter, DAR.  Old Scituate.  USA:  Chief Justice Cushing Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1921. Source (S257)
 
382 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I750)
 
383 Citing Secretary of State. State Archives, Boston. Source (S81)
 
384 Citing Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Archives, Boston. Source (S191)
 
385 Citing Secretary of the Commonwealth. State Archives, Boston Source (S138)
 
386 Citing Secretary of the Commonwealth. State Archives, Boston. Source (S133)
 
387 Citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing). Source (S285)
 
388 Civil record says they were married in Rockland. Roman Catholic record says they were married at St. Bridget Roman Catholic church, which is in  Abington. Spouse F35
 
389 Collection of Catherine Cronin. Source (S182)
 
390 CONFLICT:: John's state-issued death certificate states that he was buried in Corpus Christi Cemetery in Sandwich, MA on 26 May 1920. The Boston Globe printed that his funeral would be held on Thursday, 27 May 1920. Either the Globe got the date of the funeral wrong or the undertaker supplied the wrong burial date on the death certificate as it is unlikely that the funeral was held the day after the burial. DALTON, John Wilfred Jr. (I295)
 
391 Congregation B'nai Israel Cemetery LIPSHIRES, Sidney (I442)
 
392 Controversy over where he was born and when he came to US.
The 1900 census says he arrived in 1869.The 1910 census says he arrived in 1860. The 1920 census says born in US. What?
1900 born in Ireland, parents born in Ireland.1910 born in Ireland, parents born in Ireland.1920 born in Mass parents born in Ireland and Canada. Huh?
CHIPPER in SHIPYARD
A chipper is a person who operates a chipping gun. Shipbuilding entails a great deal of metal working. One of the tools used for cutting metal is a chipping gun. This tool has casused many cases of vibration white finger disease in shipyard chipper-grinders.VWF is cocupationally induced Raynaud's phenomenon and usually results form the logn-term use of hand-held vibrating tools. 
WHITE, John (I1369)
 
393 Controversy over where he was born and when he came to US.
The 1900 census says she arrived in 1872.The 1910 census says that Julia arrived in the US in 1843, nine years before she was born. What? Obviously this data is suspicious.The 1920 census says she arrived in 1880.
1900 born in Ireland, parents born in Ireland.1910 born in Ireland, parents born in Ireland.1920 born in Canada parents born in Canada and Ireland. Huh? 
WELCH, Julia (I1370)
 
394 Copyright 2008 Carvings by Pete - All Rights Reserved Source (S341)
 
395 Cremation was performed at Mt. Ever-Rest Crematory in Kalamazoo, Michigan. JENSEN, Barbara Meta (I1594)
 
396 Croce and Rosina were married at Blessed Sacrament Church. The wedding was officated by Rev. D. H. Riley of Diamond Street, Walpole, MA. The witnesses were Achill Marinucci and Angelina DeSalva. Spouse F218
 
397 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1651)
 
398 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F366
 
399 Date of Interment: 1 Aug 1984
Section: Hawthorn Path
Lot, Rage, Grave: 7 
VERROCHI, Frank (I799)
 
400 Date of Interment: 26 Mar 1988
Section: Lots Section 18B
Lot, Range, Grave: 378, NA, 2 
SOLIMANDO, Nicholas (I746)
 

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