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NAME ADDRESS OCCUPATION SOURCE
Cisasin, Frank
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Born in: Italian Republic (Genoa)
11213 Langley Brick Worker (Construction ) 1930 Federal Census
Frigo, John
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Born in: Italian Republic (Genoa)
11401 St. Lawrence Brick Worker (Construction ) 1930 Federal Census
Pannozzo, Leon
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Born in: Italian Republic (Genoa)
11316 Langley Brick Worker (Brickyard ) 1930 Federal Census
Romani, Biagio
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Born in: Italian Republic (Genoa)
11308 Champlain Brick Worker (Construction ) 1930 Federal Census
Rotigna, Dominic
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Born in: Italian Republic (Genoa)
11404 St. Lawrence Brick Worker (Brickyard ) 1930 Federal Census
Stallo, Mary
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Born in: Italian Republic (Genoa)
11447 Forrestville Brick Worker 1920 Federal Census
Trevisan, Carl
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Born in: Italian Republic (Genoa)
11417 Forrestville Brick Worker (Construction ) 1930 Federal Census
Valente, Giussepi
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Born in: Italian Republic (Genoa)
11421 Forrestville Brick Worker (Construction ) 1930 Federal Census
[Ponoso], [Pet]
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Born in: Italian Republic
[534] 115th Brick Worker (Pullman Brickyard ) 1910 Federal Census
[Ponoso], [Regileo]
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Born in: Italian Republic
[534] 115th Brick Worker (Pullman Brickyard ) 1910 Federal Census

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