We don’t know much about the Baroni Family of Mantua right now, but the story is beginning to unfold. We recently learned that Angelo Antonio Baroni and Giaele Botolli, great x2 grandparents of Colleen Hayes, were married on 27 June 1895 in Rivarolo Fuori (aka Rivarolo Mantovano), Mantova, Lombardia, Italy. Mantua is 32 km (32 minutes) Northeast of Rivarolo Mantovano. According […]
This timeline features the Baroni Family of Northern Italy including, Angelo Antonio BARONI, Giaele (Jean) BOTTOLI, Michael Alexis BARON, Marie Athalie BARON, Jean Louise BARON, Stephanie Irma BARON and Yolanda Ofelia (Waddy) BARONI. You can also play this timeline is full screen by clicking here.
I finally obtained the death certificate for Angelo Anthony Baroni (Baron). After a third review of his wife’s naturalization papers, I noticed a small note that indicated that her husband died in October of 1913. So I hired someone to go to the New Jersey State Archive to retrieve a copy of the death certificate. Angelo was born 14 May […]
The Baron Scherer Chapel The Baron Scherer Chapel (“The Chapel on the Hill”) is located in the Bellevue Cedar Hill Memory Gardens in Daytona Beach. Fl. Karen Szczeniak, the volunteer Find-A Grave photographer who took the pictures, called the Chapel grand and impressive. She says the chapel is in generally good condition but has some minor water seepage on one […]
Today, Laurel Newman, daughter of Eileen Smith sent me a box of wonderful photo’s from the Eileen Smith side of the family. Thank You Laurel! Laurel rescued them from a flood at her mother’s house. She tried to clean them up as best she could, but in addition to the water damage, they also suffered some oil damage in the […]
Members of an eclipse aerial expedition ready to Roosevelt Field to climb 30,000 feet to photograph the eclipse. Left to right: Aaron “Duke” Krantz, Pilot; Herbert Partridge, Technical observer; Robert Donahue, movie camera operator; and Buck Baron, camera operator.
Excerpt From: Get That Picture! The Story Of The News Cameraman By A. J. EZICKSON The steel strike disorders everywhere were terrifying experiences for the news photographers. At Warren, Ohio, three cameramen, Charles Wilk, Cleveland manager of Wide World Photos, Mack Baron, of International News, and Jack Hines, Associated Press staffer, were fired upon and dropped into a ditch as […]
Published in the Contra Costa Times on November 27, 1986 MARTINEZ – Wylda B Nimidoff, 81, died Tuesday at the Martinez Convalescent Hospital. A homemaker, Nimidoff was a native of Paterson, N.J., and a resident of Martinez for the last 1-1/2 years. Recitation of the Rosary will be at 6:15 p.m. Friday at Connolly & Taylor Chapel, Martinez. Entombment will be […]
DELHI — Walter Clarke Root III, 78, of Clifton Park, former longtime Delhi resident, passed away Saturday, Feb. 23, 2002, at Schuyler Ridge Health Care Residence in Clifton Park after a battle with Parkinson’s Disease. The son of the late Walter C. Jr. and Helen (Crane) Root, he was born Oct. 10, 1923, in Kansas City, Mo., where he began […]
Colleen’s great, great grandmother Giaele (Jean) Bottomly was born in Rivarolo Mantovano, Italy on December 28, 1870. Rivarolo Mantovano is a commune (municipality) in the Province of Mantua in the northern Italian region Lombardy, located about 110 km southeast of Milan and about 30 km southwest of Mantua. A= Rivarolo Mantovano, Italy B = Lugano, Switzerland c= Le Havre, France […]