spouse: Scarpace, Diane Geralyn (1954 - )
spouse: Scarpace, Kenneth Henry (1958 - )
Baptism - [date: 22 FEB 1959] [place: Westland, Wayne Co, MI at St Damian Catholic Church]
----------child: Scarpace, Stefanie Marie (1983 - )
Marriage NoteAt the time of their marriage, Kenneth listed his occupation as Professional Baseball Player. Simone was a secretary.
09-07-1999: In an e-mail from Tom D'Amore of Providence, RI (b. 1950) to Philip Sansone (b. 1919) of Newport Beach, CA:spouse: Caito, Sophie (~1871 - 1956)
Hello cousin! Great to hear from you! Augostino D'amore , my grandfather's brother, married Sophie Caito, whose brother was John B. Caito. One of his daughters married U.S. Senator John O. Pastore (the first Italian American elected to the U.S Senate). These Caitos also came from Termini. The reason I think there is a connection is, Salvatore and Rosina had 7 children. Fransico, Margarita, Josephine, Salvatore, JR (my father), Anthony ,Assunta and Michael. Augostino had 9 children, I don't know all their names.
spouse: Sansone, Giovanni (1853 - )
Divorce -Helen and Raymond had no children.
More info? 810-928-8031----------child: Daughert, John (*1962 - )
He was Surveyor General of New Jersey.spouse: Housely, Hannah (*1680 - )
The first record of Ffulke is a deed he witnessed on Gardiner's Island in 1636. He is mentioned frequently in the early records of Southampton, East Hampton, and Brookhaven. The Collections of the New York Historical Society for the Year 1869, p. 272 is a transcription of a grant from James Farrett, deputy to the Earle of Sterling (Scotland), to Lion Gardiner, of the island, called by the Indians Manchonack and by the English the Isle of Wight. The document was sealed 10 March 1639 and is witnessed by Ffulke Davis and Benjamin Price. According to Gerald Dee Salyer, some researchers mistakenly have read "Price" as "Pine." [Ref: pg 685 THE DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK aranged under direction of the HON. CHRISTOPHER MARGAN, Secretary of State, by: E.B. O'Callaghan, M.D.,Vol l Albany 1819 (per Gerald Dee Salyer, 8 Nov 2004)]spouse: Dayton, Mary (*1612 - )
East Hampton History and Genealogies by J E Rattray mentions Ffulke Davis as one of the 24 early settlers who joined 5 of the original 9 settlers of East Hampton.
Ffulke Davis is listed in the rate list of Newtown (now Jamaica) for the year 1683 with 2 cows, 2 one year olds, 8 of land, 1 head and estates of 39-0-0 .
Ffulke came to Gardiner's Island and settled in East Hampton. He then moved to Brookhaven, then moved again to Jamaica where he died.
A transaction of land to his-son-in law, William Sallire, is recorded in the Brookhaven Town Records, 1662-1679 on p. 87. It is dated 25 Oct 1671 and in the "three and twentieth year of the reign of our sovereign lord Charles the second of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, King." On page 162 is the record of Ffulke giving his dwelling and some attached land to his son, Joseph. He also gives consent to "make over" the 5 acres of land on the south side of his lot which is 5 acres in exchange (sic).
Ffulke gained some notoriety when he was run out of East Hampton for molesting men. His wife was also evicted for practicing witchcraft.
Death Noteformerly Newtown
----------child: Davis, Mahala (~1816 - ~1888)
Marriage NoteKentucky Explorer, Volume 11, Number 6, November 2,1996. By permission. Early Eastern Kentucky Settlers. Eastern Kentuckian, 1960ís. Morgan Co.
James Davis, son of Richard and Mary Fuget Davis, Augusta County, Virginia. Married Catherine Salyer, resided on Abbott Creek, nar Prestonburg, Kentucky, but later moved to Morgan County, Kentucky. Ardently pro-Confederate and killed by Unionists in Civil War. Issue were Richard R., Mahala, Joel, Malinda, Davidson, Mary, William R., James, Alfred, Amos, Nancy, Santford.
----------child: Salyer\Sallier, Charles (r1670 - >1732)
Marriage Note"The Salyer (Sallier) surname is of French origin. The original Salyer may have been a French Huguenot who came to this country for religious freedom.
"Saylor, Sailor, Dancer, Hopper and Tripp all danced at fair and festival. The first two names do sometimes designate a seaman, but the more usual derivation is from Old French SAILLEUR 'dancer,'" AMERICAN SURNAMES.
DAYTON was not Mary's maiden name, she was a widow.spouse: Davis, Ffulke (~1615 - ~1687)
Michael was living in Lakeland, Florida during the late summer and early fall of 1944. Samuel J. Caito (b. 1925) remembers taking a train down to Florida (with A. Edward Caito - I think) to see Michael Degaro, Jr who was arranging a purchase of oranges for his mother's uncle, Guiseppe Joseph Sansone, of Buffalo.
Lived at: 4017 Floral Avenue; Norwood, Ohio (Norwood is near Cincinnati). His mother-in-law, unknown female-1 Longo, lived with him after his wife died.spouse: Longo, Unknown (*1914 - )
----------child: Consiglio, Laura Christine (1990 - )
Marriage NoteStephen John CONSIGLIO lives with Bridget and Ray. He was born 31 Mar 1987.
----------child: Dennehy, Sean Charles (1989 - )
Divorce - [date: ABT 1991] [place: San Francisco, San Francisco Co, CA]When and where were Rita and Mark divorced?
Marriage NoteWhen and where were Rita and Mark married?
----------child: Dennehy, Mark (1963 - )
Divorce - [date: 1985]
Rosalind is expecting a baby boy 1 Oct 2000.spouse: Cordini, Franco (1967 - )
Birth NoteWhere does Sean live now?
----------child: Aquilina, Carl Charles (1968 - )
Divorce - [date: BEF 1988]
spouse: Miller, Donna (1951 - )
Education - [date: BET 1969 AND 1973] [place: Rochester, Monroe Co, NY at St. John Fisher College]
Kevin William Dever (my brother)
Born: July 16, 1981 Muskogee General Hospital
Muskogee Co., Muskogee, Oklahoma
Marr: not married
Lived: 2001 Muskogee Co., Fort Gibson, Oklahoma
----------child: Salyer, Jerry Wayne (1970 - 1996)
Marriage NoteDarrell and Sharon married twice.
In his James J. Watt's baby book, Florence's name was listed as Florence Dunn.spouse: Engstler, Matthew Joseph (~1883 - 1968)
Christening - [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI at St Joseph or St Anthony]
Burial - [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI at Mt Elliot Cemetery]
She died of Spinal Meningitis at about 13 years of age.
Margaret died around 3 years old.
Mary was the oldest girlspouse: Van Eickhauttee, Renee (*1885 - )
Born in Wolmans, Belgium - a Flemish province. His mother was Belgium. Father was French. The name was originally spelled De Wil De - designating a knighthood to an ancestor. It was pronounced DE-WIBB-DE, even when he came here to America as a young man. Later it was written DeWilde. Later, the girls, Mary, Florence, Louise and Rose were in school and wrote it as Dewilde leaving off the capital W.spouse: Costanoble, Eugenia (*1861 - )
Never was a farmer, but once owned where Van Dyke & Gratiot is now (in Detroit, Michigan). There was a farm, but he rented it out. He was a small man, about 5Ɗ" or 5Ƌ", dark eyes and hair.
He was artistic - did stained glass & had a way of making purple that was very beautiful and would not fade. He also did other work, but I don't remember what.
They had 9 children, but the boys all died before school age. Mary,----------child: Dewilde, Mary (*1890 - )
Louise and Rose all married. The girls went to St. Anthony's school in
- Gratiot near East Grand Blvd.
----------child: Diamicis, Brenda Cindy (1998 - )
Marriage NoteLee Pappas has DOM as: 18 Mar 1996.
Education - [date: ABT 1988] [place: Newport, Newport Co, RI at Salve Regina University]
Education - [place: Chelsea, New York Co, NY at the Fashion Institute of Technology]
Education - [date: ABT 1990] [place: MA at Western New England College]
05-29-1999: Genalogy Research Report by Kathy Kirkpatrick located the marriage records of Salvadore Ardizzone Caito and Saveria Corse in the Termini Marriage records for 1834-1836 (LDS Library microfilm #1713872) occurring on November 20, 1836 in a church (not specified) in Termini. Salvadore Ardizzone Caito was a single male, 25 years old, born in Termini, fisherman, living in Termini, son of Giovanni Battista Ardizzone Caito, 50 years old, fisherman, living in Termini, and Antonina di Blasi, 40 years od, living in the same place. The bride was Saveria Corso, single female, 19 years old, born in Termini, living in Termini, daughter of Agostino Corso, 50 years old, fisherman, living in Termini, and Agostina Spicuzza (spelling?), 43 years old, lviing in the same place.spouse: Caito, Giovanni Battista Ardizzone (~1785 - )