4 Mar 1999: Currently lives in Huntsville, AL; according to information supplied by Lucille Maschiri.spouse: Seeber, Earl (1931 - )
05-19-1999: Information supplied by Gladys Hewitt indicates that Maria Grace came to the USA about 1902-1903. At the time of her emmigration, her oldest son, Marco Antonio, was still in diapers. Maria and Diego lived in St. Louis for several years. The family moved to Hillsboro, Illinois when their daughter, Rose (b. 1918) was in first grade, approximately 1925. The family was in the produce business for nearly 70 years, extending down to their children, Sara. The business continued until Sara died in 1996spouse: Mormino, Diego (1871 - 1956)
05-21-1999: Phone conversation with Gladys Hewitt indicates that her grandmother, Maria Grace Sansone would choose holidays to celebrate her childrens birthdays. Thefore, Marco's birthday was celebrated on Feb 2 (Groundhogs Day - actual date from SS Index Feb 10th), Ross' birthday was celebrated Nov 25th (Thanksgiving), Sara's birthday celebrated July 4th and her own birthday celebrated December 8th (Feast of the Immaculate Conception).
spouse: Scarpace, Mariano (1883 - 1953)
Burial - [date: 22 MAY 1967] [place: Buffalo, Erie Co, NY at Mt. Calvary Cemetery]
Birth NoteMariana's mother Francesca was the sister of Vincenza Longo who the mother of Mariana's husband Mariano Scarpace. Mariana's mother and her mother-in-law were sisters.
spouse: Mascari, Caroline (1898 - 1983)
Burial - [date: 29 NOV 1961] [place: Buffalo, Erie Co, NY at United German & French Cemetery]25 Nov 1961: Obituary states: Services on Wednesday, November 29, 1961 at St. Mary's Church and Perna Funeral Home, 246 Massachusetts Avenue, corner of Normal - Buffalo, NY. He is buried with his parents and wife, Lot 78, Sect 5 Grave 3.
Death NoteAddress at time of death was 9 Lyndle Avenue, Town of Tonawanda, NY 14150.
----------child: Sansone, Joseph M (1916 - 1975)
Marriage Note30 Dec 1934: Obituary of her father, Joseph, who died on this date in Buffalo, NY, notes that Caroline is married at the time and is listed as Mrs. Michael Sansone of Buffalo. Therefore, marriage date is listed as "before 1934."
10-13-1997: Obituary of his mother, Irene, who died on this date notes that Michael, and his wife Mary M., were living in Orchard Park, NY at the time of his mother's death.spouse: , Mary M (*1954 - )
Birth Note12-04-1998: Birthdate supplied by Phil Sansone (b. 1919).
5 Jan 1999: Philip has provided a significant portion of the information of the Sansone family tree in the Syracuse area and is the individual who tied the Mascari and Caito Family Trees together. He was able to provide the names of the siblings of Francesca Mascari (b. Aug 15, 1861) who was the wife of Augustino Caito. He was also able to provide the majority of the names of the descendants of the siblings of Francesca.spouse: Clark, Nadine Anne (1922 - 1999)
Philip was born and raised in Malone, New York; attended Clarkson in 1938 until his Infantry National Guard unit was called to active duty in 1940. He was immediately transferred to the Army Air Corps and later to the USAF and during WWII he spent two and a half years overseas in two tours of duty which then led to a long military career from which he retired in 1960. He then spent 23 years in the electronics industry and eight years in local politics as a Newport Beach City Councilman, including two years as Mayor of Newport Beach, CA. He is now fully retired.
Current address: Phil Sansone, 215 Marguerite Avenue, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625
Home:(949) 675-9138 FAX: (949) 675-8614 e-mail Philipjr@@webtv.net
Education - [date: BET 1938 AND 1940] [place: Clarkson, Monroe Co, NY]
Occupation - [date: BET 1960 AND 1983]
Electronics Industry worker
Event Elected - [place: Corona del Mar, Orange Co, CA]
Newport Beach City Councilman and Mayor
Physician - Child Psychiatrist02-25-1987: Obituary of his father, August W. Sansone, lists his son as Dr. Phillip A. Sansone of Charlottesville, VA.
24 Aug 1999: Genealogy Research Report from Kathy Kirkpatrick located the marriage of Salvatore Sansone and Maria D'Amore in the Termini Marriage Publications of 1875-1899 (LDS Library microfilm # 2014481). The marriage occurred on 10 Dec 1882. The groom was 32 years old (b. abt 1850), a fisherman, living in Termini, the son of Filippo Sansone, 73 years old (b abt 1809), a fisherman, living in Termini, and of Giuseppa Cianciolo, living in the same place. The bride was 30 years old (b. 1852), living in Termini, the daughter of Filippo D'Amore, 71 years old (b abt 1811), a fisherman, living in Termini, and of Maria Catanzaro, living in the same place.spouse: D'Amore, Maria (r1853 - )
05-19-1999: Information supplied by Gladys Hewitt indicates that Salvatore was also known as "Will."spouse: Scarpaci, Carolina (1898 - 1991)
05-20-1999: In communications that Gladys Hewitt had with Laura Johnson, Gladys says that Antonino immigrated to the USA with his brother Salvatore (Will) and Frank Catalano (who married Rosa Sansone's (Antonino's wife) sister, Dora).
03-16-1999: E-mail from Phil Sansone (b. 1919): indicates that Salvatore and his brother Filippo Andrea, had a major disagreement early on and had no communication with each other for many years. They reconciled only in their later years. Also, Salvatore did produce business with Filippo Sansone (b. 1884) in Syracuse, New York.spouse: Lanasa, Girolama (~1892 - 1996)
06-23-1999: Obituary obtained from the Syracuse Herald-Journal dated Friday, October 4, 1963 p. 16. Salvatore (Sam) Sansone, 118 Rider Avenue, died last night in Syracuse General Hospital. A native of Palermo, Italy; Mr. Sansone resided in the Syracuse area for the last 60 years. He was a former owner and operator of the Sam Sansone Produce Co. before retiring in 1959.
Mr. Sansone was a communicant of the Church of the Most Holy Rosary.
Surviving are his widow, Mimie Sansone; two daughters, Mrs. LeRoy K. Gustke of Syracuse and Mrs. William Anderson of Coral City, Florida; 17 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Lanasa of Baltimore, MD; and Mrs. Caroline Williams of Syracuse.
Services will be conducted Monday at 8:30 AM at the DeWitt Funeral Home and at 9:00 AM in the Church of the Most Holy Rosary where a solemn High Mass of Requiem will be celebrated. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2-4 and 7-9 PM tomorrow at the funeral home.
Burial - [date: 7 OCT 1963] [place: DeWitt, Onondaga Co, NY at St Mary's Cemetery]Section 96, Lot 15, Grave 1 (under the grave of his wife, Mamie).
spouse: , Monica (*1928 - )
Burial - [date: 1 FEB 1978] [place: Buffalo, Erie Co, NY at United German & French Cemetery]Lot 78, Sect. 5 Grave 7
Death Note10-21-1998: Unable to find an obituary listing for Samuel Sansone in the Buffalo Newspapers.
11-06-1998: From the Social Security Death Index:
[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Nov 6, 1998, Internal Ref. #126.96.36.199155.109] Individual: Sansone, Samuel; SS #: 106-07-6335; Issued in: NY; Birth date: Sep 30, 1919; Death date: Jan 1978; Residence code: New York 14223.
Divorce - [date: BEF DEC 1973]Divorced and had no children. The Divorce occurred before December, 1983; as his mother's obit had no reference to his wife in the obit. (Paul Caito)
I disagree with Paul's assumption since Samuel J Sansone died in 1978. (L McK)
Marriage NoteMarried for 3-4 years before divorce
01-16-1999: She currently lives in Liverpool, NYspouse: Mcharris, Basil E (1927 - )
15 Jan 1999: Mary Margaret is currently single.
17 Jan 1999: [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, SSDI: U.S., Date of Import: Jan 17, 1999, Internal Ref. #188.8.131.52376.160] Individual: Sanzone, Samuel; SS #: 085-26-9075 Issued in: NY; Birth date: Jan 18, 1896 Death date: Sep 1970.spouse: Sansone, A Frances (1905 - 1992)
Birth NoteSamuel's birthplace of Roccapalumba is about 35 miles south of Termini Imerese.
01-16-1999: William is currently single
Last name might have been SCARSACH or SARCHETspouse: Pfeiffer, George (*1931 - )
spouse: Caito, Augustina (1896 - 1974)
Death NoteHe was about abt. 85 yrs, 6 mos years of age.
1 Dec 1998: [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, SSDI: U.S., Date of Import: Dec 1, 1998, Internal Ref. #184.108.40.206460.40] Individual: Sardina, Benedict; SSDI #: 106-03-1709 Issued in: NY; Birth date: May 26, 1893 Death date: Dec 1978; Last known residence where death benefit payment was sent: Lake View, NY 14085
spouse: Radavich, Casimer Joseph (1886 - 1981)
Burial - [place: Racine, Racine Co, WI at Holy Cross Cemetery]
spouse: Caito, Margaret (1949 - )
----------child: Savluk, Natasha (1979 - )
Marriage NoteIt was a Garden Wedding.
Dorothy Lee Stamper believes Katherine SAYLOR was a SOLOMON. Source unknown.spouse: Saylor, Joseph (*1733 - )
spouse: Rini, Anthony (1893 - 1920)
Immigration - [date: 1904] [place: Buffalo, Erie Co, NY]
Death NoteAngelina is buried at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Buffalo, NY.
----------child: Rini, Antonio\Anthony (Rine) (1916 - )
Marriage NoteLee PAPPAS says John and Angelina were married in 1914. Where were John RINI and Angelina SCARPACE married?
----------child: Morana, Virginia (1928 - )
Marriage NoteWhere were Angelina and Sam married?
Birth NoteAngelina died of influenza. She is a twin of Marian. She died at 6 months of age.
Where and when was Ann born?spouse: Gentile, Jack (*1910 - 1998)
Did she marry? To whom, where, when? Does she have any children?
Is she still living? Where?
spouse: Koester, Judith Dorothea (1947 - )
Occupation - [date: bet 1970 - present] [place: Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI]
business ownerAfter his father died, Tony took over L. J. Scarpace Co., a trucking company, learning the ropes by fire, as it were. Eventually he opened Laser Perfect, a company which remanufactures laser printer cartridges. As if that wasn't enough, he and Judy bought two franchised Quizno's Classic Sub Sandwich restaurants in October, 1995 in Farmington Hills, MI and East Lansing, MI. At the family Thanksgiving Dinner, 1995, he announced that he and his wife of 25 years had just rented their first apartment (in E. Lansing due to the schedule that would have Judy commuting daily 180 miles or living out of a suitcase at local hotels). Unfortunately both restaurants were closed by September 1998 due to losing money. No profits, and high overhead is not good business practice!
Residence - [date: BET 1969 AND 1971] [place: Dearborn Hts, Wayne Co, MI]
709 BerwynTony and Judy rented his brother Fred's house while Fred was in the service.
Residence - [date: BET 1971 AND 1974] [place: Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI]
Residence - [date: BET 1974 AND 1998] [place: Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI]
428 Fort DearbornHe is active at Dearborn Country Club. He was the 1979 golf Club Champion. Tony held the office of President of Dearborn Country Club from November, 1995 through October, 1996 - and refused a second term. Another of Tony's major responsibilities for 10 years (1985-1996) was coordinating the care of his mother, Olga.
Residence - [date: 6 JUN 1998] [place: Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI]
457 WoodcrestWhen his daughter, Deena, married, Tony and Judy moved into the Woodcrest house and Deena and Travis Furlow bought Tony's Ft. Dearborn house.
Baptism - [date: 2 MAY 1948] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI at Our Lady Gate of Heaven Catholic Church]
Graduation - [date: JUN 1965] [place: Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI from Dearborn High School]
Event Assoc Degree - [date: JUN 1967] [place: Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI at Henry Ford Community College]Tony's college was interrupted due to his father's illness. Being the only child home, the responsibility of keeping his father's business going fell to Tony.
Birth NoteTony was named after his mother's father.
----------child: Scarpace, Deena Lyn (1973 - )
Marriage NoteIt was a gala affair. The reception was held at the Raleigh House on Telegraph and 9 Mile Rd. in Southfield. It was perhaps the last time that Tony's father attended a public function.
This Anthony SCARPACE family was living in Burbank in 1953. Could this be the "Contadina" family?spouse: Tortonio, Rosina\Rosa (*1868 - )
spouse: Gaglione, Josephine (1890 - 1975)
Death NoteAnthony is buried at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Buffalo, NY.
spouse: Grisanti, Lucy Florence (1928 - )
Residence - [place: Buffalo, Erie Co, NY]
293 Moore Ave
Ed and Lucy have 4 children.----------child: Scarpace, Kathleen Margaret (1954 - )
spouse: Walker, James Gregory (1946 - )
Burial - [date: 18 AUG 2004] [place: Elmwood Cemetery, Enfield Co, NC]
Graduation - [date: 1966] [place: Buffalo, Erie Co, NY from Mt. St. Joseph Academy (High School)]
Death NoteBarbara Ann Scarpace Walker Age 56; August 15, 2004; formerly of Buffalo, NY; daughter of the late Charles B. and Josephine Muscia Scarpace; wife of 34 years to James Gregory Walker Sr.; mother of Jennifer Walker of Austin, TX and Greg Walker Jr. of Ashville, NC; sister of Mary Rose (Frank) Weckerle of Canton, MI and Charles J. Scarpace of Kelso, WA; aunt of four nieces, four nephews aand one grandniece. Rosary will be held Tuesday, August 17 at 7:00 PM at BOWLING FUNERAL HOME with visitation immediately following. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, August 18 at 2:00 PM at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church with Fr. JaVan Saxon officiating. Burial will follow at Elmwood Cemtery, Enfield. Arrangements are entrusted to BOWLING FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY, 661 English Rd., Rocky Mount, NC 27804
Published in the Buffalo News on 8/17/2004.
Received the following in an email from her sister, Mary Rose Weckerle:(<u>firstname.lastname@example.org</u>)
Barb's sudden death was totally unexpected - a massive stroke/cerebral hemorrhaging.
She lived in North Carolina. They had moved there 34 years ago when she married/ 2 children: Greg jr 33 and Jennifer 30.
There were over 200 friends at the wake - family: my brother myself my husband & children- and 2 cousins from my mother's family. Her husband's brother and sister & their spouses. My husband's sister and bro in law from Rock Hill SC.
Barb had gone back to college after 38 years and was about to receive her Bachelor's Degree- where she was an honor student at NC Wesleyan.
spouse: Thomas, David Michael (1968 - )
Occupation - [place: Buffalo, Erie Co, NY at Fay's Drugstore Co.]
Birth NoteIn which hospital was Bernadette born?
Marriage NoteIn which church were Bernadette and David married?
Death NoteWhere is Carmela buried?
spouse: Nix, Gerald R (*1935 - )
Residence - [date: 1962-present] [place: St Clair Shores, Macomb Co, MI]
Graduation - [date: 1960] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI from Southeastern High School]
----------child: Nix, Gary Michael (1963 - 1989)
Divorce - [date: ABT 1970]
Marriage NoteIt was a last minute arrangement because John had been under treatment of Bladder Cancer and they were waiting of a time when he felt better. John is finished with chemo and is feeling good so things are going well for them. The wedding was at a small chapel near her house and it was a lovely ceremony with only her brother Jim and his wife Jane and their kids, John's siblings and his children in attendance. They all went out to dinner after and it all turned out to be a very nice arrangement despite the last minute plans. The date was her birthday!
spouse: Galbo, Edward (1917 - 2003)
Death NoteGALBO - Caroline P. ' Carolyn' FROM THE BUFFALO NEWS, 10/28/2001
(nee Scarpace) October 26, 2001, beloved wife of Edward D. Galbo; dearest mother of Judy (Brian) Merrill and Robert (Susan) Galbo; loving grandmother of Katrina and Karen Merrill; dear sister of Joseph (Irene) Scarpace, and the late Frank and Leo Scarpace and Jennie Dimino; survived by a brother-in-law Michael Dimino and nieces and nephews. The family will be present Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM at the (Tonawanda Chapel) AMIGONE FUNERAL HOME, INC., 2600 Sheridan Dr. (corner Parker Blvd) where funeral services will be held Tuesday at 8:45 AM and from St. Leo the Great Church at 9:30 AM. Friends invited. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Heart Association.
CAROLINE HAD AN ANEURISM, BUT I THINK IT WAS IN HER STOMACHE. SHE OPTED NOT TO HAVE SURGERY SINCE THEY WERE NOT SURE HOW SHE WOULD HANDLE IT AT HER AGE. (Carolyn Scarpace - GENONLY4ME - AOL IM)
He died in WW II.
Event Degree-BS - [date: 1971] [place: East Lansing, Ingham Co, MI from Michigan State University]
Birth NoteCasper is not married. He lives in Detroit, MI.
Death Note<b>SCARPACE,CASPER LAWRENCE</b> Was born November 22, 1949. He was a graduate of St. Mary's of Redford High School and of Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science degree. Casper is the son of Lawrence and Gertrude Scarpace of Waterford, formerly of Florida. He is the brother of Lauren (John) Knudsen, Geraldine (Joe) Prochaska, Dennis Scarpace and Marianne (Curt) Hay. His nieces and nephews include Laurel, Jennifer, Katie, Teresa, Laura, Greg, Jimmy, Elyse, Elizabeth, Jocelynn and Lena. A private funeral Mass will be offered for the family by Casper's cousin, Fr. Joseph Romano at St. Benedict's Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers, donations for the family can be made to the Casper Scarpace Memorial Fund, send to 900 N. Cass Lake, Apt 109, Waterford, MI 48328.
03-04-1999: [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, SSDI: U.S., Date of Import: Mar 4, 1999, Internal Ref. #220.127.116.11414.80] Individual: Scarpace, Charles SS #: 134-05-9086 Issued in: New York; Birth date: Aug 20, 1918 Death date: Jun 1986; Last known residence: Buffalo, New York 14216.spouse: Muscia, Josephine (1919 - 1988)
Birth NoteWhere was Christina born?
spouse: Roman, Dan (1957 - )
Residence - [date: AFT 1985] [place: Clinton Twp, Macomb Co, MI]
----------child: Roman, Anthony Daniel (1983 - )
Divorce - [date: JUL 1985] [place: Macomb Co, MI]
Death NoteConnie is buried at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Buffalo, NY.
08-27-1998: currently lives in Coral Springs, FLspouse: Wichrowski, Mark Vincent (1957 - )
Birth NoteIn which hospital was Deborah born?
Marriage NoteIn which church were Deborah and Mark married?
spouse: Furlow, Larry Travis (1972 - )
Residence - [date: 17 MAY 1998] [place: Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI]
428 Ft. DearbornFor the first few weeks of her marriage, Deena's parents, Tony and Judy, lived with her and Travis - until Tony and Judy, along with Deena and Trav, Deena's brother, L.J. and his significant other, Stacy Webster were able to ready Tony's mother's house for his and Judy's move to the Woodcrest house. It should be noted that this house swapping actually took several months. The six of them worked almost every waking moment away from their regular jobs on the Woodcrest house.
Baptism - [date: 17 FEB 1974] [place: Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI at Sacred Heart Church]Deena was a wimp this day. She cried all day long. Nobody had any fun this day because she was so distracting!!!! (This note from Deena's YOUNGER brother! And it's not true.)
Graduation - [date: JUN 1991] [place: Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI from Dearborn High School]
Event Degree - [date: MAY 1995] [place: East Lansing, Ingham Co, MI from Michigan State University]
Mathematics (BA)After graduation from college, Deena and her cousin, Lucia, went to Europe for a scaled-down version of the "Grand Tour." After interning for a year at an elementary school in Southfield, Deena received her teaching certification. She worked as a substitute teacher for a year before finally securing a full-time position with Dearborn Public Schools in September 1997.
----------child: Furlow, Braeden Michael (2002 - )
Event Baby Announce - [date: 17 FEB 2002]
are expecting their first child in late September 2002Breckenridge arrived 19 Jul 2004.
Marriage NoteAfter the 1:30 p.m. marriage ceremony, a reception was held at the Dearborn Country Club.
spouse: Eggen, Fred O (1931 - )
Residence - [date: from 1962 to the present] [place: Madison Hts, Oakland Co, MI]
Graduation - [date: JUN 1954] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI at Girls' Catholic Central High School]
Event Veteran - [date: Nov 1955 to Oct 1956] [place: Ft Riley, Geary Co, KS]
WAC - Pfc
----------child: Eggen, Shelley Ann (1956 - )
Divorce - [date: SEP 1974] [place: Oakland Co, MI]
spouse: Oldham, Cynthia June (1958 - )
Occupation - [place: West Bloomfield, Oakland Co, MI]
Detective/Sergeant with Police Department
----------child: Scarpace, James Lawrence (1985 - )
Divorce - [date: 2001] [place: MI]
spouse: Cutler, Daniel S (*1950 - )
a Critical Care Nurse
an Occupational health nurse
a Nurse Clinician in cardiology, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Cardiac Research
a Nurse Clinician - endocrine: critical care surgery
a Nurse Practitioner: geriatrics, mobility research
Residence - [date: from 1995 to the present] [place: Ann Arbor, Washtenaw Co, MI]
3265 Lakewood Dr.Diane lives with her significant other, Daniel S Cutler.
Graduation - [date: JUN 1972] [place: Allen Park, Wayne Co, MI from Allen Park High School]
Event Degree - [date: APR 1999] [place: Ann Arbor, Washtenaw Co, MI from the University of Michigan]
Event Degree - [date: 1977] [place: Ann Arbor, Washtenaw Co, MI from the University of Michigan]
in Nursing (BS)
Event Companion -
Dan Cutler have been companions since the early 1990's
Event Travel - [date: 1984/85]
to the S. Pacific, Japan and Alaska
Event Travel - [date: 1990]
as crew and circumnavigated New Zealand
spouse: Tokarczyk, Michael (1957 - )
Birth NoteIn which hospital was Diane born?
----------child: Tokarczyk, Thomas Jacob (1984 - )
Marriage NoteIn which church were Diane and Michael married?
----------child: Hogue, Neil Frederic (1979 - )
Divorce - [date: BEF 1980] [place: CA]
Divorce - [date: AFT 1985]
spouse: Brant, Ellen (<1970 - )
Occupation - [date: ABT 1966]
Birth NoteErick was born at 6:29 p.m. and weighed in at 7 lbs 9 oz.
spouse: Larsen, Randy (1968 - )
Occupation - [date: 1998] [place: Woodstock, McHenry Co, IL at McDonald's]
Residence - [date: from 1996 to the present] [place: Woodstock, McHenry Co, IL]
212 First St.
Graduation - [date: JUN 1990] [place: Huntley, McHenry Co, IL from Huntley High School]
Frances and Mary were twins. Frances died young. She had a tumor on her back. When did she die? Where is she buried?
spouse: Spatola, Salvatore (1901 - 1983)
Death NoteShe was 43 yrs, 5 mos, 24 days old at the time of her death. She died in a fatal automobile accident. Frances is buried at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Buffalo, NY.
spouse: Buttitta, Josephine (1923 - )
Death NoteLa Canada Flintridge, Los Angeles, CA - according to the SSDI.
----------child: Scarpace, Richard (1948 - 1998)
Marriage NoteWhere and when were Jody and Francis Paul married?
----------child: Scarpace, Lorenzo\Lawrence (1878 - 1940)
Marriage NoteAfter her husband, Frank, died of pneumonia, Vincenza went to America where she lived with her daughter Angelina in Buffalo, NY.
Death NoteWhere did Frank die? Where is he buried?
When and where was Frank born?spouse: Unknown, Irene (*1918 - )
When did he die? Where? Where is he buried?
spouse: Teresi, Laura (1920 - )
Accountant1 Dec 1998: Current address is San Mateo, CA; (650) 593-2229.
spouse: Bilby, Myrtle (1908 - 2000)
Residence - [date: BET 1935 AND 1982] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]
Residence - [date: BET 1932 AND 1935] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]
Residence - [date: 1931/32] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]
Residence - [date: 1929/30] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]
2516 Caspar Ave.
Burial - [date: 5 NOV 1982] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI at Mt Olivet Cemetery]There is a marker: Section 59, Plot 221, Grave 2. Frank is buried with his parents, 2 brothers, a sister, a son and other family members.
Census - [date: 1930] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]Their home was 2967 Western Ave. at this time. Frank J, Myrtle, and Frank were in the home. (Lines 39-41) ED 82-728, page 16A.
Birth NoteFrank was named after his father's father - as was the custom at the time.
Death NoteFrank died of cardio-respiratory arrest as the result of hypoxic encephalopathy and myocardial infarction. He had arteriosclerotic heart disease and cerebrovascular insufficiency. He was 75 yrs, 9 mos, 9 days old.
Sonny was the ring bearer for his Uncle Larry and his bride, Olga. Sonny was 4 yrs of age at the time.spouse: Fecker, Martha Josephine (1931 - )
Residence - [date: BET 1955 AND 1975] [place: Westland, Wayne Co, MI]
29627 Shackett St.
Residence - [date: BET 1983 AND 1993] [place: Livonia, Wayne Co, MI]
14295 SusannaSonny was living with Kaye Hille.
Burial - [date: 20 APR 1993] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI at Mt Olivet Cemetery]There is a marker: Section 59, Plot 222, Grave 1.
Graduation - [date: JUN 1947] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI from Holy Redeemer High School]
Event Sport(s) - [date: ABT 1949] [place: Wausau, Marathon Co, WI]
baseball for the Wausau Lumberjacks (farm team)Sonny was drafted for the minor league while he was attending Michigan State College (now Michigan State University). During that time he contracted polio and was forced to leave the baseball team. Although he recovered from the polio, Sonny did not return to either baseball or MSC.
Death NoteSonny died of metastatic bladder carcinoma as a result of hepatic failure, renal insufficiency and hemastacis with resultant blood loss anemia. Sonny had chronic obstructive lung disease. He was 64 yrs, 1 mo, 17 days old.
----------child: Scarpace, Kimberly Anne (1956 - )
Divorce - [date: AFT 1975] [place: Wayne Co, MI]Martha still lives at 29627 Shackett St. in Westland, MI.
spouse: Augsburger, Pam (1957 - )
Residence - [date: ABT 1997] [place: Westland, Wayne Co, MI]
8569 Ingram St.
spouse: Bostwick, Margaret (*1948 - )
Event Degree-PhD - [date: ABT 1965] [place: University of WI]He is a Professor at the school.
[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, SSDI: U.S., Date of Import: Mar 4, 1999, Internal Ref. #18.104.22.168414.93] Individual: Scarpace, Frank; SS #: 133-10-3350 Issued in: NY; Birth date: Mar 12, 1916; Death date: Jan 1974.spouse: Amman, Freda (1915 - )
Death NoteFrank is buried at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Buffalo, NY.
spouse: Cianciolo, Maria (1886 - 1982)
Residence - [date: 1918] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]
965 Michigan Ave.This house was the 5th house from Tillman Ave. Frank's occupation at that time was "driver." At the same address were Imperial Soy Co. and F. S. Davidson Co. The following year Frank's occupation was listed as "expressman."
Residence - [date: 1919] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]
789 1/2 Michigan Ave.
Residence - [date: BET 1920 AND 1940] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]
2037 11th St
Residence - [date: 1940] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]
Burial - [date: 20 DEC 1940] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI at Mt Olivet Cemetery]There is a marker: Section 59, Plot 222, Grave 6. Frank is buried alongside his wife, with 3 sons: Frank J, John C, and William, 1 daughter Rosina, 1 daughter-in-law, Marie, 1 grandson, Frank Joseph "Sonny" and 1 great-grandson, Frank Scarpace Magnee, nearby. There are other grave sites available for members of the family. Another son, Laurence Joseph is buried at Grand Lawn Cemetery.
Naturalization - [date: 6 NOV 1909] [place: Mobile, Mobile Co, AL]In April, 1998, Frank's granddaughter, Laurie, did research in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, UT. While there she found and copied a microfilmed copy of Frank's Naturalization Petition. Frank became a naturalized citizen of the United States, renouncing "absolutely and forever" any allegiance to Victor Emmanuel III, King of Italy. Witnesses on his behalf were: Joe Cady and Gottfried Wertz, merchants residing in Mobile, AL.
Immigration - [date: 24 JUN 1891] [place: New York, New York Co, NY on the ship Washington]Proof of his immigration in 1892 can not be found. Based on his Naturalization papers, Francesco Scarpace came to the U.S. in 1892.
Aha! Found it 26 Oct 2004:
Name: Francesco Scarpaci Arrival Date: 24 Jun 1891
Age: 10 Gender: Male Port of Departure: Palermo, Italy
Destination: New York Place of Origin: Italy
Ship Name: Washington Port of Arrival: New York
Line: 15 Microfilm Roll: 570 List Number: 925 Page 18
Census - [date: 15 APR 1910] [place: Mobile, Mobile Co, AL]According to the U.S. Census of 1910 the Scarpace family lived in Mobile City, Alabama. House number: 271; number of dwelling: 293.
Scarpace, Frank Head M W 29 M1 5 yrs at present res. born in Italy Yr of Imm: 1905
Mary W F W 24 M1 Children: 2 born, 2 living born in Italy
Frank, Jr. S M W 3 S Alabama
John S M W 2 S Alabama
Further, Frank was the proprietor of a fruit stand; he was able to read and write. He rented their home.
160 St. Emanuel Street In Mobile, Alabama 36602 Scarpace House - a commercial/office building for rent. Built in 1916; Renovated in 2001; Size:3,208 Sq Ft, Rent Per Sq Ft:$14.00
Census - [date: 1920] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]The 1920 U.S. Census shows that Leo (29) and Anie (27) Gucciardi and their children, Toto (2) and Pauline (5/12) were living on 11th Street with Frank (39) and Mary (34) Scarpace and their children: Frank (12), John (11), Lawrence (sic) (9), Willie (7), Leanah (sic) (4), Toto (sic) (2), Rosie (6/12). It further states that all of the adults immigrated to the U.S. in 1908 and they were naturalized in 1916. This information is incorrect in part since Frank, Jr was born in Mobile in 1907 and Frank stated on his Declaration Of Intent to become a U.S. citizen in 1905 that he had been a resident of the U.S. for 13 years - which means that he first immigrated about 1892.
By the time the 1920-1921 R.L. Polk Detroit City Directory was published, Frank had moved his family to 11th St. His new occupation was "cartage." Perhaps by this time Frank had refrigerated trucks and was hauling for C.F. Smith, a grocery chain which eventually was bought out by Kroger. During the spring of 1997 Laurie McKenzie tried to find this house. The only thing she found was a vacant lot. Around the corner was a building with the name "C.F. Smith" on it.
Series: T625 Roll: 808 Page: 58
Surname Given Name Age Sex Race
SCARPACE FRANK 39 M W
Birthplace State County Location Year
ITAL MI WAYNE 8-WD DETROIT 1920
Census - [date: 11 APR 1930] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]Address
2037 11th Street
Name Value of house age marr Birth Immig Citizen
Scarpace, Frank O $5000 R 50 26 N Y Italy 1891 NA Proprietor, Cartage Co
------, Mary W 45 21 N Y Italy 1906 NA None
-----, John C 23 N Y AL Book keeper, office
-----, Laurence 20 N Y AL Tr Driver, Cartage Co
-----, William 17 Y Y AL None
-----, Helen D 14 Y Y AL None
-----, Salvatore 11 Y Y MI None
-----, Rosina 9 Y Y MI N
Event Travel - [date: 16 MAR 1906] [place: Palermo, Sicily on the Ultonia.]
New York, Ellis IslandIt was the same year of his Declaration of Intent to become a U.S. citizen that Frank returned to Sicily to marry Maria Cianciolo. Scarpaci, Francesco Age 26 March 16, 1906 Palermo Passenger # 0023. Scarpaci, Maria Age 21 March 16, 1906 Palermo Passenger # 0024.
Event Travel - [date: 15 APR 1896] [place: Naples, Campangia, Italy on the ship Werra]
New York, Ellis IslandFrancesco Scarpaci Age 16 Passenger #0415 -- all indications are that this is Frank even though he says on his Intent to become a citizen of the U.S. that he came earlier. Proof of his immigration in 1892 can not be found. And perhaps he mistakenly thought Werra was Washington??? Further, family history says that Frank came to the U.S. with an uncle. The name above his is Scarpaci, Francesco Age 57 (too old to be his father?). The name below is Scarpaci, Guiseppe, Age 14.
Event Decl of Intent - [date: 30 MAR 1905] [place: Mobile, Mobile Co, AL]During the early 1900's, thousands of Sicilians immigrated to the United States. A lack of jobs in Sicily is one of the chief reasons for the high rate of emigration. According to his Declaration of Intent, Frank arrived in the United States in 1892 at New York on the S.S. Washington. As of April 1998 research has not uncovered a ship by that name.
Flash - through the assistance of Donna Guiferre, a member of the Termini Imerese List, there has been a ship by the name of Washington located that made several trips between Sicily and the U.S. Unfortunately, looking at the manifests, Donna has been unable to find Frank and/or Maria on the listing. (May 2001)
Laurie (SCARPACE) Levy found this information at the Ellis Island webpage: Scarpaci, Francesco 16 Passenger # 0145. Laurie is still trying to get the handwritten Werra pages to see what other information is available.
Event WW I Reg - [date: 12 AUG 1918] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]
the draftAt the time of his registration, Frank listed his occupation as "Trucking." He was employed by Kroger Grocery Co. He registered at Detroit, Local Board No. 14 at 284 Wreford Avenue. He was described as medium height, medium build, with blue eyes and black hair. Daughter Helena refutes the blue eyes.
WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
In 1917 and 1918, approximately 24 million men, (98 percent of men present in America), born between 1873 and 1900 completed draft registration cards. During these two years, three registration days were held in each district where the registrant completed the registration card. Information found on these cards generally included, among other information, birth date, birth location, father's birthplace, and the address of next of kin. This civilian registration is often confused with induction into the military; however, only a small percentage of these men were actually called up for military service. .
It should be noted that aliens were required to register but were not subject to induction into the American military. Persons already in the military did not register. Recent Italian emigrants wrote their last names first, resulting in some cards being filed under first names. Cards of Hispanics may be filed under their mother's maiden name surname if the registrant gave both parents' surnames. Also, men who resided in British territories sometimes listed themselves simply as British citizens without noting their origin in Canada, Australia, Ireland, Jamaica, etc. Illiterate men were unable to spell their names and birth location, so researchers should be quite flexible in searching for the spelling of names of illiterate men.
NOTE: This database, although providing information on over 5% of all men registered, represents approximately 13% of all counties nationwide. Researchers will find complete coverage of Alaska, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Mississippi, and Nevada and a good representation from Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New York City, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Vermont.
In 1917 and 1918, approximately 24 million men born between 1873 and 1900 completed draft registration cards. Those who are not familiar with draft procedures often confuse this civilian registration with induction into the military. In reality, a minority of those civilian men who registered were ever called up for military service.
The draft was essential in raising the large numbers of men needed. Voluntary enlistment had not produced the needed number. Establishment of a draft was controversial in both the U.S. and Britain. President Wilson proposed the American draft and characterized it as necessary to make "shirkers" play their part in the war. This argument won over key swing votes in Congress.
Aliens residing in the United States were required to register for the draft although they were not subject to induction into the American military. In some frontier locations, such as Alaska, aliens formed the majority of registrants.
Men already on active duty in the military were excluded from draft registration. Because some men who completed draft cards later voluntarily enlisted, it is difficult to determine exactly how many active duty military men never completed a draft card, but the number would be between 300,000 and 600,000. Registration of eligible men has been determined to be close to 100%, which means that about 98% of adult men under age 46 living in the U.S. in 1917-18 completed registration cards.
During this 1917-18 period, an especially virulent influenza pandemic killed mostly young adults. As this influenza situation affected draft registration, some men under age 21 were dead by the time it came their turn to register in 1918.
In practice, only three draft lotteries were held. Those registrants whose numbers were drawn were then subject to induction unless they could show good cause why they should not be inducted. The three registration days for these lotteries were held:
a) June 5, 1917 for persons born 1886-1896. About 10 million men registered on this date. Those who completed this registration card listed birth date, birth location and other information. Because of specific opposition from Congress, 18-20 year olds were initially exempt.
b) June 5, 1918 for persons born 1896-97. This group of about one million men who had recently become old enough to be drafted during the preceding year registered on this date. Those who completed this registration card listed birth date, birth location and other information. They also listed their father's birth location. About half of these men had only vague information about their father's birth location.
c) September 12, 1918 for persons born 1873-1886 and 1897-1900. Almost 14 million men registered on this date. Those who completed this registration card listed birth date, but not birth location. A detailed listing of the address of next of kin on this card, however, can provide valuable information, especially in cases of recent immigrants.
In addition, a tiny number of men who turned 21 in August, 1918, registered in that month.
A small number of dates on the cards vary from these three registration dates. These probably represent errors or registration filings by persons who were prevented from registering on the designated dates. A few men were allowed to register early due to hardship situations, including a situation where they were scheduled to be traveling or out-of-town on registration day. This was so interpreted in New York, for example, to allow the wealthy business executive John D. Rockefeller Jr. to register early because of a business trip.
On the designated registration days, businesses and schools closed down in most communities. Saloons closed in most states. Registration started at 7 or 7:30 a.m. and lasted until late at night. In New York City, boat horns were blown to announce the start of registration, and in Provo, Utah whistles performed a similar function. In Vicksburg, MS, church bells and whistles were used. In Jackson, MS, cannons at the old state capitol building were to have been fired at the start of registration, but organizers had difficulty finding gunpowder. Similar noise-making events occurred across the country.
Family members often came with the registrant to the registration site.
Patriotic parades were held on the first registration day, as in Spanish Fork, UT, where registrants were included in the automobile parade. In Memphis, TN 25,000 marched in a loyalty parade. General Wood addressed parade participants in Birmingham, AL. In Hinds Co., MS, a regimental band went from one registration place to another, playing patriotic music for the registrants.
On the first registration date, it was intended that the tally of registrants was to be wired that night to Washington, but most boards were not able to meet this goal because they were overwhelmed with the task of processing registrants. Some boards had to call for additional volunteer staff due to the large number of registrants. In Salt Lake City, a deputized registrar made a tour of the hospital on registration day registering men unable to leave the hospital. These hospitalized men could also have appointed someone to obtain the registration card prior to registration day from the city or county clerk.
Volunteer interpreters were recruited and assisted with the registration of those who did not speak English. New York City reported a shortage of interpreters, especially of those who spoke uncommon languages.
In the vast majority of cases, volunteer staff at the local office filled in the information on the card, and the registrant then signed his name. Instructions for filling in each question on the card were posted for all to read at each registration site, and the local newspapers sometimes printed copies of sample cards in the days prior to registration. One photo taken in New York City shows an all-female staff at a long table interviewing seated registrants. Many of these women were teachers from the city schools, which had closed for the day.
A few of the microfilmed cards are actually copies of the signed originals, and the signatures on these copies thus exhibit the same handwriting as the rest of the card. The microfilmed cards of the 35 boards in Detroit, MI seem to all be copies which have been alphabetized into a unified set combining all the Detroit boards into one file.
If the draft registration district were densely populated, as in New York City, then only one site was typically available for registration. More commonly, multiple sites were made available in each county, often corresponding to voting sites.
Men who registered were given bluish green certificates to prove they had registered. The certificate was embossed with an eagle at the top and merely stated who had registered where on what date. This certificate was signed by a registrar. In Utah, the Salt Lake Tribune stated that law officers could demand to see this registration certificate at any time, and a man without a card was then subject to investigation. Also, passports were not issued to men in the affected age groups unless they could produce draft registration certificates. The Vicksburg Evening Post warned its western Mississippi readers that the federal government could easily determine who had not registered through school, insurance and other records, and the impression was also left that registrants' names would soon be printed in the newspaper so the public could determine who had not registered. This paper also reported that such sensational rumors had spread around on registration day that some black registrants rushed to their registration site in an out-of-breath state. There is no available evidence that extraordinary measures were taken to track down those who failed to register.
Banks, Ray, comp. World War I Civilian Draft Registrations. [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000.
Database comprises partial index of microfilmed draft registration cards: United States. Selective Service System. Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. National Archives Microfilm Publications: M1509, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1987-88.
These registration cards have been microfilmed by the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. A copy of this microfilm is available through the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and is housed at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, UT and available in branch family history centers throughout the world. The draft card microfilm reels are listed in the church's Family History Library Catalog under UNITED STATES -- MILITARY RECORDS -- WORLD WAR I.
Birth Note29 Oct 2001 - A copy of the birth certificate has been found!
The essential translation of Francesco's birth record is as follows:
01-19-1880: Termini Birth (Nascite) Records 1877-1886 (FHL VAULT INTL Film #2013203), Document #52 records the birth of Francesco Scarpace on January 19, 1880. He is the son of Francesco Scarpace, age 36 (b. abt. 1844), a fisherman, living in Termini and of his wife, Vincenza Longo, age 22 (b. abt. 1858), living at #8 via Selva Bagni. The birth was reported on January 20th, by Francesco Scarpace, the new father.
Death NoteFrank died of chronic valvular heart disease due to uremia, arteriosclerosis with severe involvement of heart and kidneys. He was 60 yrs, 10 mos, 30 days old.
----------child: Scarpace, Frank Joseph (1907 - 1982)
Marriage NoteThe date of their marriage is a "best guess." No one has proof of Frank's and Maria's marriage in either Sicily or the United States. However, Laurie (Scarpace) McKenzie has information from another Scarpace researcher giving the October date as the marriage date.
Oct 24, 2001 - A photocopy of the marriage certificate was received from Donna Guiffre (email@example.com). Now - to get someone to translate it! A preliminary look at the certificate may give the date as 16 October 1905.
<b>Atti Di Matrimonio
</b>L'anno millenovecentocinque, addi <u>sedici</u> di <u>ottobre</u>, a oro <u>quattordici,</u> e minuti _____ nella Casa comunale di <u>Termini Imerese</u>, aperta al pubblico.
Avanti di me <u>Mr. Giovanni Marsala, assissore, ff. da Sindaco</u>.
Uffiaziale dello Stato civile, vestito in forma ufficialo sone permanalmente comparsi:
l° <u>Scarpaci Francesco, celibe</u>, di anni <u>venticinque, marinaio</u> nato in <u>Termini</u>, residente in <u>Termini</u>, figlio d<u>i Francesco</u> residente in <u>Termini</u>, e d<u>i Longo Vincenza</u>, residente in <u>detto luogo</u>; 2° <u>Cianciolo Maria nubile</u> di anni <u>venti</u>, <u>casalinga</u> nata in <u>Termini</u>, residente in Termini, figlia d<u>i Giovanni</u>, residente in <u>Termini</u>, e d<u>i Gucciardi Rosa</u>, residente in <u>detto luogo</u>, i quali mi hanno richiesto di unirli in<b> </b>matrimonio; a questo effetto mi hanno presentato i __ documento soto deserit<u>to</u>; dall'esame di quest<u>o</u> non che di quelli gia prodotti all'atto della richiesta delle pubblicazioni, i quali tutti, muniti del mio visto, inserisco nel volume degli allegati a questo registro, risultandomi nulla ostara alla celebrazione del loro matrimonio, ho letto agli sposi gli articoli centetrenta, centotrentuno e centotrentadue del Codice Civile, e quindi ho domandato allo sposo se intende di prendere in moglie la qui presente <u>Cianciolo Maria,</u> e a questa se intende di prendere in marito il qui presente <u>Scarpaci Francesco</u>; ed avendomi ciascuno risposto affermativamente a piena intelligenzi aache dei testimoni sotto indicati, ho pronunziato in nome della lagge che i medisimi sono uniti in matrimonio. A quest'atto sono stati presenti:
<u>LoBuono Giuseppe</u> di anni <u>cinquanta</u>, <u>commercialante</u>, e <u>Schiavo Salvatore</u> di anni <u>ventidue</u>, <u>marinaio</u>, <u>entrambi residenti in questo Comune lo documento presentato e'il certificato dello pubblicazionni da na ossguite la primo il giorno trisiamato e la secunda il giorno ventiquattro della coriomere. Agnesto matrimonio harma prestati il lore unso i genitori della sposa come risutta del'atto di rechiesto delle pubblicazioni. Letto il presente atto agli rutimonsiti essi d'haime mese settiscritto.
di Sindaco ff
<b>Act of Matrimony
In the year 1905, on the sixteenth of October, at two o'clock and no minutes, in the Common House (City Hall) of Termini Imerese, opened to the public.
In front of me, Giovanni Marsala, magistrate, functioning for the Mayor.
1st comes Scarpaci Francisco, a single male, 25 years old, a sailor, having been born in Termini, residing in Termini, son of the living Francisco, residing in Termini, and of the living Longo Vincenza, residing in same place; 2nd comes Cianciolo Maria, a single female, twenty years old, housekeeper, born in Termini, residing in Termini, daughter of the living Giovanni, residing in Termini, and of the living Gucciardi Rosa, residing in the same place, who have demanded of me to join them in marriage; to this effect they have presented me with the license; from the examination of this has introduced me that they have presented to the action of the demand for the banns, which all, meeting my approval, written in the volume of invite you to this registry, showing me no objection to the celebration of their wedding, I have read to the spouses articles 130, 131 and 132 of the Civil Code, and therefore has asked to the groom if he means to take as wife here the present Cianciolo Maria, and to her if she means to take as husband here the present Scarpaci Francisco; and having everyone to me affirmatively answered of their own free will and understanding, I have pronounced in the name of the law that the couple are united in marriage. The following persons are present as witnesses:
LoBuono Giuseppe, 50 years old, shopkeeper (businessman), and Schiavo Salvatore, 22 years old, sailor, both residing in this City. This document is presented, a published certificate to follow between the first and second parties on the twenty-fourth of this month in this City. The marriage becomes final if there are no objections by the spouses' families demanding<b> </b>revocation<b> </b>of<b> </b>its<b> </b>publication and they have thus placed their signatures below<b>.
for the Mayor…
<b>(note: all signatures in their own handwriting)
spouse: Smith, Mary Elizabeth (1944 - )
Residence - [date: BET 1967 AND 1969] [place: Dearborn Hts, Wayne Co, MI]
Residence - [date: BET 1971 AND 1994] [place: Dearborn Hts, Wayne Co, MI]
Residence - [date: APR 1994] [place: Dearborn Hts, Wayne Co, MI]
6538 LafayetteFred lives with his significant other, he now prefers: companion, Mary Waligorski. Mary's birthday is July 22, I think!
Residence - [date: 17 DEC 1999] [place: Plymouth, Wayne Co, MI]
48511 Hilltop Dr WFred took another plunge with this new house, built to his specifications. And if he wasn't a glutton for punishment before, he sure was 31 Dec. He and Mary hosted a fabulous New Year's Eve Party. The house was beautiful - even though the sidewalks were not in and the backyard was not landscaped.
Baptism - [date: 15 MAY 1947] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI at Our Lady Gate of Heaven Catholic Church]His godparents were his cousins, Patricia Poye and Kenneth Poye.
Graduation - [date: JUN 1962] [place: Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI from Dearborn High School]
Event Assoc Degree - [date: JUN 1964] [place: Big Rapids, Mecosta Co, MI from Ferris State University]
Event Air Force - [date: BET 1969 AND 1971] [place: Belleville, St Clair Co, IL at Scott Air Force Base]
a Captain in the Air Force
Event Deg-Dr of Optom - [date: JUN 1967] [place: Chicago, Cook Co, IL from the Illinois College of Optometry]
Doctorate of OptometryFred, don't call me Freddie, is a successful optometrist with offices in Dearborn Hts. and Allen Park. He has held many offices in the Michigan Optometric Association including, most recently, that of President. In his spare time he restores Corvettes. At last count he had five (9). He actually drives one of them! Fred has five (5) children and one grandchild from his two marriages.
Event Companion - [date: since approx 1995]
and Mary Waligorski have been companions since the mid 1990s
----------child: Scarpace, Stacey Lynn (Kovaluk) (1968 - )
Divorce - [date: 6 JUN 1969] [place: Wayne Co, MI]
Marriage NoteBefore her marriage, Judy lived with her parents at 18640 Bainbridge, Southfield, MI.
----------child: Scarpace, Lisa Marie (1971 - )
Divorce - [date: MAR 1994] [place: Wayne Co, MI]
----------child: Scarpace, Anthony Francis (1976 - )
Marriage NoteThey moved from Buffalo right after they were married. They have at least two sons, one who currently lives with them.
spouse: Prochaska, Joseph Francis (1946 - )
Occupation - [place: Ann Arbor, Washtenaw Co, MI at University Hospital]
Residence - [place: Dexter, Washtenaw Co., MI]
----------child: Scarpace, Roy Anthony (1911 - 1979)
Marriage NoteThis date is a best guess.
9 Aug 1999: (per Paul J Caito, Rochester, NY) When talking to Gloria Scarpace Caito, in Burbank, CA, she thought that her grandmother was Vincenzia "Longo" (your [Laurie Scarpace McKenzie] listing is "Long"). It's obviously a variation of the same name, but I may ask my genealogist to check out Vincenzia because my gr-grandmother was a Longo before marrying her husband, who was a Sansone. Her name was Providenza Salvatrice Bertha Longo (b. Sept 22, 1880 in Termini) and she married Giuseppe C. Sansone (b. May 31, 1872 in Termini). Although I've been working on the Sansone side of my family, I haven't done anything on the Longo's yet. Looking at the dates, I wonder if your Vincenzia could have been the sister of my Providenza's father? Vincenzia's children were born in the 1880's, which is when my gr-grandmother was born, so Vincenzia would probably be of the generation of Providenza's father.spouse: Caito, Augustine John (1917 - )
Death NoteGloria died of leukemia. Gloria was first diagnosed with leukemia last fall after her trip to Buffalo and Batavia. She had been in remission until shortly before her death.
spouse: Scherber, Jane Sonja (1941 - )
Occupation - [date: BET SEP 1964 AND JUN 1968] [place: Warren, Macomb Co, MI at Warren Consolidated Schools]
Occupation - [date: BET SEP 1968 AND 1999] [place: Warren, Macomb Co, MI at Warren Consolidated Schools]
Residence - [date: BET 1990 AND 1999] [place: Shelby Twp, Macomb Co, MI]
47608 Homestead Ct.
Graduation - [date: JUN 1956] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI from Southeastern High School]
Retirement - [date: JUN 2000] [place: Warren, Macomb Co, MI from Warren Public School District]
Event Degree - [date: JUN 1964] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI from Wayne State University]
Event Degree - [date: JUN 1972] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI from Wayne State University]
Event Illness - [date: BET 1957 AND 1959]
Hodgkin's DiseaseIt was feared that Jim would be forever crippled from this disease, however, it went into remission and he has continued a productive life with no side effects. The disease struck while Jim was attending Michigan Technical College in Houghton, Houghton Co, MI.
----------child: Scarpace, James Michael (1966 - )
Marriage NoteAlthough Jim and Jane attended the same high school, they did not date until after their graduation.
spouse: Stimmel, Jeanette (*1968 - )
Occupation - [date: BET NOV 1989 AND DEC 1995] [place: Orlando, Orange Co, FL at Disney World]
a lab analyst at the Living Seas complex
Occupation - [date: BET JAN 1996 AND NOV 1996] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI at Detroit Medical Center]
a computer help desk worker
Occupation - [date: BET NOV 1996 AND JAN 1999] [place: Michigan at Cerner Co]
a computer programmer
Occupation - [date: from Jan 1999 to the present] [place: Southfield, Oakland Co, MI at EDS]
a computer programmer and support person
Graduation - [date: JUN 1984] [place: Sterling Hts, Macomb Co, MI from Stevenson High School]
Event Degree - [date: JUN 1988] [place: Mt Pleasant, Isabella Co, MI from Central Michigan University]
Business Administration (BS)
Event Companion - [date: ABT 1997]
and Jennifer STIMMEL were companions
James Richard changed his name to Richard Carlyle. Why?
Death NoteCARLYLE RICHARD
June 18, 2003
June 7, 2003. Brother of Lawrence Scarpace and Marian Connolly. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. He served with his four brothers in the Military at the same time. Memorial services will be held on June 23rd at 7 p.m. at St. Sabina Catholic Church, 25605 Ann Arbor Trail. For further information please call Cremation Society of Michigan 1-800-241-3131 Please sign the online guest book at www.cremationmichigan.com.
Name Birth Death
RICHARD J CARLYLE 09 Dec 1925 07 Jun 2003 (V)
48223 (Detroit, <u>Wayne, MI)</u> SS # 382-20-6584 Michigan
Occupation - [date: MAR 1999] [place: Southfield, Oakland Co, MI at EDS]
Graduation - [date: JUN 1992] [place: Sterling Hts, Macomb Co, MI from Stevenson High School]
Event Illness - [date: 2000] [place: Sterling Hts, Macomb Co, MI]
leukemiaJeff was given a bone marrow transplant from his sister Jennifer.
Event Degree-BS - [date: DEC 1998] [place: Mt Pleasant, Isabella Co, MI from Central Michigan University]
Birth NoteJennifer's parents did not marry, although they continue to "date."
Where and when was Jennie born?spouse: Albanese, Joseph (*1907 - )
Jennie is deceased - where? when?
spouse: Carlson, Brian Eric (1967 - )
Occupation - [date: SEP 1999] [place: Warren, Macomb Co, MI at Warren Consolidated Schools]
a teacherJennifer transferred to Warren Consolidated School District (Mott High School) when she was married. Living in Royal Oak and driving to Milford was out of the question!
Residence - [date: BET 1995 AND 1999] [place: Milford, Oakland Co, MI]
Residence - [date: 8 AUG 1999] [place: Royal Oak, Oakland Co, MI]
1068 N Pleasant St
Graduation - [date: JUN 1986] [place: Sterling Hts, Macomb Co, MI from Stevenson High School]
Event Degree - [date: JUN 1990] [place: Mt Pleasant, Isabella Co, MI from Central Michigan University]
in Math (BS) with a teaching certificateUpon graduating from college, Jennifer looked around locally for a teaching job. The job she took was not, however, local. Jennifer taught for 3 years in Guam. Upon her return to the States, she found employment in Milford (Huron Valley School District) where she taught high school math until Jun 1999.
Event Degree - [date: JUN 1997] [place: East Lansing, Ingham Co, MI from Michigan State University]
in Educational Technology (MA)
Event Degree - [date: DEC 1998] [place: East Lansing, Ingham Co, MI from Michigan State University]
in Media Education (MS)
Event Misc - [date: 5 FEB 2005]Jennifer and Brian are moving to Milwaukee. Brian has taken a new job and starts on February 21st. They are in the process of selling their home in Royal Oak and finding a new place in the Milwaukee area.
----------child: Carlson, Sydney Grace (2002 - )
Event Baby Announce - [date: 1 JAN 2002] [place: Royal Oak, Oakland Co, MI]
are pregnant and expecting the baby in late October, 2003The email announcement: Well, with the new year I'll share my news...Brian and I are expecting a little Carlson in early June. (In plenty of time for the Scarpace reunion!) I had the ultrasound yesterday and he/she is a squirmy little one! I better enjoy my sleep while I can get it.
Marriage NoteTheir reception was held at Red Run Country Club in Royal Oak, MI.
Birth NoteWhat is exact date? Where was Jeremy born?
Birth NoteShe is listed as a stepchild.
spouse: Masi, Angeline (1919 - 1985)
Death NoteWhere is John buried?
----------child: Scarpace, Marie (1958 - )
Marriage NoteIn which church were they married?
----------child: Scarpace, Anne Marie (1959 - )
Divorce - [date: BEF 1975]
Marriage NoteWhat is the exact date and place of their marriage?
spouse: Mcintyre, Rosalee (1914 - 1998)
Residence - [date: BET 1939 AND 1984] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI]
4611 Buckingham until his death
Burial - [date: 3 DEC 1984] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI at Mt Olivet Cemetery]There is a marker: Section 59, Plot 221, Grave 3. John is buried with his parents, 2 brothers, a sister and other family members.
Graduation - [date: 26 JAN 1926] [place: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI from Commerce High School]In 1928, the Reveille, Commerce High School's yearbook, noted that John was employed by Henry Ehms Sausage Company.
Birth NoteJohn, as second son, was named after his mother's father - as was the custom at the time.
Death NoteJohn died of cardiogenic shock due to acute myocardial infarction and severe arteriosclerotic coronary artery disease. He was 76 yrs, 8 mos, 12 days old at his death. This date was also the 49th anniversary of his marriage to Rose.
John, the Italian Catholic, and Rose, the Kentucky Baptist, met at a local dance. He asked her to dance and thereafter refused to allow her to dance with any of the other "fellows." They were married shortly after.----------child: Scarpace, James Edward (1938 - )
Marriage NoteJohn's brother, Frank, was an attendant at the wedding ceremony.
spouse: Rini, Josephine (~1909 - 2005)
Residence - [place: Harper Woods, Wayne Co, MI]
Death Note<b>SCARPACE JOSEPH</b>
August 9, 2002, age 89, of Harper Woods. Beloved husband of Josephine. Dearest father of James J. (Barbara) and Barbara Lubeski (Randy). Loving grandfather of four. Dear brother of Larry and Richard, Marian Connolly and the late Marie, Roy and Casper. Mr. Scarpace was a member of Our Lady Queen of Peace Church in Harper Woods, was retired from Daimler-Chrysler since 1971 and was a WWII United States Marine Corp veteran. In state 9:30 a.m. Tuesday until Mass 10 a.m. at Our Lady Queen of Peace. Visitation 1-9 p.m. Monday with Scripture 7 p.m. at the A.H. Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack Ave. at Vernier Rd., Grosse Pointe Woods. Memorials to Capuchin Monastery appreciated.
Where and when was Josephine born?spouse: Scoma, Carmen (*1914 - )
Did she marry? To whom, where, when? Does she have any children?
Is she still living? Where?
Marriage NoteThey had no children.
27 Aug 1998: She lives in Lancaster, PA.spouse: Kirstein, Frank (1953 - )
Occupation - [date: ABT 1974]
an Insurance Claims Representative
Birth NoteIn which hospital was Kathleen born?
----------child: Kirstein, Nicholas Edward (1988 - )
Marriage NoteIn which church were Kathleen and Frank married?