Descendants of Giovanni Marchese
Generation No. 1
1. GIOVANNI1 MARCHESE He married MARIA MEGNA.
Child of GIOVANNI MARCHESE and MARIA MEGNA is:
2. i. PLACIDO2 MARCHESE, b. January 05, 1838, Palermo Sicily; d. July 08, 1909, Garfield, New Jersey.
Generation No. 2
2. PLACIDO2 MARCHESE (GIOVANNI1) was born January 05, 1838 in Palermo Sicily, and died July 08, 1909 in Garfield, New Jersey. He married (1) ROSALIE ANELLO December 31, 1860 in Palermo, Sicily, daughter of SALVATORE ANELLO and MARIA MANFRE. She was born June 15, 1845 in Palermo,Sicily, and died November 28, 1878 in Palermo Sicily. He married (2) MARIA VINCENZIA BONANNO December 28, 1890 in Speciale Vita in Palermo. She was born October 27, 1864 in Sicily, and died February 15, 1954 in Lodi, New Jersey.
Notes for PLACIDO MARCHESE:
Placido Marchese was born in Palermo Sicily in 1838. He married Rosalie Anello. They had atleast 5 children, Maria, Giovanni, Salvadore, Teresa and Mario. The records show he married again 5 years after Rosalie died. He emmigrated to America before 1902, and lived at 40 Union St. in Brooklyn, New York. He was there to meet Salvadore at the boat in 1902 and also there to meet Teresa and daughter-in-law Maria at the dock in 1903.
When he re-married in 1893, it was to Maria Vincenza Bonanno and he was then in Alcamo, Sicily, which is East of Palermo. He had a large citrus farm there.Maria was 17 when they married and Placido 55.They had 3 children while in Sicily, and one after coming to America.The children born in Sicily were John, Joe, and Angelina. According to his second family, Maria came here 1st with the 3 children and worked while the kids were in Catholic orphanage. Placido came 3 years later, then they had one more child, Steven. Placido would of been 65 years old when Steven was born. PLacido died in 1909 in Lodi ,New Jersey, at 48 River St., where he lived 9 years before his death. In America he continued his occupation as a fruit merchant there in Lodi.
Notes for ROSALIE ANELLO:
Rosalie Anello was born in Palermo, Sicily. One of her brothers is Antonino (Anthony) Anello, whose son is Benedetto Anello. Benedetto was the cousin of Mario Marchese that helped the family get started in San Diego around 1926.He got Mario a job at the S.D. Gas & Electric. When Benedetto was a young man in Palermo, he worked in the gardens at the Villa Tasca which was the villa and gardens of Count Tasca D'Almerita. He also had a wine dynasty with other land, part of the Regaliali wine estate. It is still held by the family. It is famous because Wagner was inspired to write the end of his Parisifal while vacationing at the Villa.
Benedetto's wife is Angelina Bavuso. Their daughter is Nancy Anello, of San Diego.
Benedetto came to San Diego in 1915. He worked until retirement at Balboa Park as a landscaper. After that, he worked at Convair. He died in 1972 and is buried at the Holy Cross Cemetery in San Diego.
Mario told his children that his mother, Rosalia, died when she was pushing him in the park, he was 3 months old. It is possible that park could of been the grounds of the Villa.
Notes for MARIA VINCENZIA BONANNO:
Placido married Maria Vincenza in Palermo. They had their first 3 children while there, and the last one in America. Maria came to America first, then PLacido followed. Maria last lived in Lodi and died of heart disease in 1954.
Marriage Notes for PLACIDO MARCHESE and MARIA BONANNO:
The Marraige records of Palermo Sicily show that Placido was married again 5 years after Rosalia died.After finding Placido's descendants from this marraige, we now know it was Maria Vincenza.
Children of PLACIDO MARCHESE and ROSALIE ANELLO are:
3. i. MARIO3 MARCHESE, b. September 14, 1878, Palermo, Sicily; d. August 07, 1946, San Diego CA.
4. ii. SALVADORE MARCHESE, b. December 21, 1871, Palermo Sicily; d. February 03, 1944, In San Jose.
5. iii. TERESA MARCHESE, b. 1876, Palermo Sicily; d. 1919, San Jose, CA.
6. iv. GIOVANNI JOHN, MARCHESE, b. 1863; d. 1897, Palermo Sicily.
v. MARIA MARCHESE, b. 1862, Palermo Sicily; m. UNKNOWN, October 24, 1882, Mezzomoreale, Palermo, Sicily.
Notes for MARIA MARCHESE:
Maria is probably the oldest child of Placido and Rosalia. She was born about one year before Giovanni. She was named after three Marias in the family, Placido's mother, Rosalia's mother, and Rosalia's grandmother.
Marriage Notes for MARIA MARCHESE and UNKNOWN:
The couple was married by Father Paolo
Children of PLACIDO MARCHESE and MARIA BONANNO are:
7. vi. JOSEPH A.3 MARCHESE, b. 1895, Palermo Sicily; d. 1975, Garfield, New Jersey.
vii. JOHN MARCHESE, b. Palermo Sicily; d. Florida; m. LENA; d. Lodi, New Jersey.
viii. STEVEN MARCHESE, b. 1903, New Jersey; d. 1975, Lodi, New Jersey.
Notes for STEVEN MARCHESE:
Steven was the last of Placido's children, born when he was 65 years old.
8. ix. ANGELINA MARCHESE, b. 1891, Palermo Sicily; d. 1966, Lodi, New Jersey.
Generation No. 3
3. MARIO3 MARCHESE (PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born September 14, 1878 in Palermo, Sicily, and died August 07, 1946 in San Diego CA. He married DOMENICA PAVIA February 1906 in New York, New York, daughter of GUISEPPE PAVIA and GUISEPINA`. She was born 1893 in New York, and died December 20, 1926 in San Jose, CA.
Notes for MARIO MARCHESE:
Mario came to America from Palermo on the ship Tartar Prince. He arrived in New York Harbor on July 4th, 1902. This is according to his Naturalization papers and ship manifest. He told his son Joe, that he had worked on the ship to get his passage over here. His sister Teresa, sister-in-law Maria and her 3 children John, Rose and Charles, also came in 1903, but on the boat Nord America. In New York, Mario worked for the Pavias in the furniture hauling business. He also worked as a city laborer. He married their daughter Dominica (Minnie was her nickname) in 1907.Minnie was only 14.They had their lst child Rose,in 1908. According to the 1910 Census, Mario and Minnie lived with her parents at E 114th St. in Manhattan New York and at that time their first child , Rosalia was 2 and they had a 1 month old baby, Benjamin. He must of died before they moved to San Jose, because there is no record of him there. They moved to San Jose, Ca. about 1910. They lived there about 15 years and had the rest of the children, starting with John and ending with Mario Jr. They had 10 live births in all. Mario Sr. worked for the Charles C. Navelit Nursery in San Jose. He was a tree surgeon, could graft any plant and grow it. He really knew his business and also alot about agriculture. He moved to San Diego in 1928, after his wife Minnie died in 1926. She was 33 when she died.He came and brought all his children on the train, except John and Joe, they came on a truck with the furniture. Mario had hired a man who went to the fields in the valley and got fruit to sell in San Jose. Joe and John would work for him by picking up the watermelons and then putting them off the truck to where they were sold.
They first stayed next door at his cousin,Benedetto Anello on National Ave. Mario then worked for the San Diego Gas Co. and was a powder man, dropping dynamite in holes to lay pipe.There lst house was on National Ave.and Crosby St., behind a store. The address was 2002 National Ave. The house was torn down for one of the pillars of the Coronado Bridge. They lived in many rental houses. The City Directory shows that in 1930 they lived at 420 17th St.
It is told by son Victor and Joe that Mario lost his job in San Jose because the neighbor , Cardinelli, had a whisky still that was kept in Mario's basement. One day the police came, someone had turned them in, and took Mario off to jail. Uncle Salvadore bailed him out. He lost his job and good name because of the incident, so that is why he came to San Diego. This was during prohibition and the police gathered up countless stills and made many arrests during these years in San Jose.
Mario had a noticable scar on his neck, which he attributed to being thrown from a horse in Italy. He was badly hurt, but received no medical attention.
He later married again, but was very unhappy with his choice, and they parted. He than stayed with his kids, one at a time, until his death in 1946.
Information about his immigrant ship, Tartar Prince:
TARTAR PRINCE - 3,272 tons. 104.44 x 13.16 meters (342.7 x 43.2 feet). Clipper bow, 1 funnel 2 masts. Single-screw 3-cylinder triple expansion engine, 12 knots. Built by Short Bros., Sunderland (engines by Blair & Co. Ltd., Stockton). January 1895, launched for South American service. 26 September 1895, maiden voyage - London-Montevideo-Rosario-Buenos Aires. 27 February 1897, last South American Voyage - London-Montevideo -Rosario-Buenos Aires-New York-Newcastle. 10 November 1897, first voyage Newcastle-New York. 30 November 1897, first voyage New York-Naples-Genoa-Leghorn. 3 January 1898, Leghorn-Genoa-Naples-New York. 11 June 1902, last voyage Leghorn-Genoa-Naples-Palermo-New York. 25 November 1902, destroyed by fire on voyage New York-South Africa. [N.R.P. Bonsor, North Atlantic Seaway, p. 1233 and N.R.P. Bonsor, South Atlantic Seaway, p. 339] [Posted to both Ships Lists by Louis Alfano - 9 October 1997]
Notes for DOMENICA PAVIA:
Domenica (Minnie), is buried at Santa Clara Catholic Mission Cemetary in San Jose. Minnie loved to play the piano, sing and whistle.Mario even bought her a player piano. She would go to the nearby music store to listen to music, then she would come home and play it. According to son Joe "The man from the music store would come to our house to listen to her play the piano. The only time we were allowed into the living room was when my mother would play the piano for us. She didn't speak Italian and wouldn't let my father speak Italian to us. She was very "American". My mother was very neat and immaculant. She kept all of the kids in line and clean. We were always dressed very nicely. My dad and her always had lots of fun together." She was hard working, neat and beautiful. Loved to garden and was a great cook. The family attended Sacred Heart Church, on Willow Ave. San Jose. It was 2 blocks away. She had 10 live births between 1910 and 1926. Her grave stone is a beautiful heart, showing how much she was loved.
Mario and Minnie first lived in New York, at 205 E. 106th St. , where Rosalie was born in 1908. The birth certificate claims that Domenica had already had one child before Rosie, so the baby probably died. In 1910 the census shows they lived with her parents at E.114th St. They lived in San Jose, CA. at 759 Palm St. for about 15 years.
When she was hospitalized for Mastoids, she was admitted Dec. 8 and operated on Dec. 9th. and was there for 20 days before her death on December 20, 1926.
Minnie had a sister, Rose Molone and a brother Alfredo that both lived in New York. In 1910 the record also shows she had a brother Fred, that apparently died before Minnie did.According to an old picture, she had 2other siblings, one named Joey,and the other Jenny.They also died before Minnie died.
Marriage Notes for MARIO MARCHESE and DOMENICA PAVIA:
When Mario and Domenica married she was only 13 years old, and when they had their first child Rosalia, Domenica was only 15.
Children of MARIO MARCHESE and DOMENICA PAVIA are:
9. i. JOHN HENRY4 MARCHESE, b. January 20, 1913, San Jose, CA; d. January 13, 1991, San Diego CA.
10. ii. ROSE MARCHESE, b. February 02, 1908, At 205 E. 106th Street in New York; d. 1983, San Diego.
11. iii. JOSEPH ALBERT MARCHESE, b. January 04, 1914, San Jose, CA; d. January 20, 2009, Santee, Ca. (San Diego County).
12. iv. JOSEPHINE MARCHESE, b. July 06, 1915, San Jose, California.
13. v. VICTOR MARCHESE, b. October 30, 1920, San Jose, CA; d. April 22, 2003, San Diego.
14. vi. MARIO MARCHESE, b. January 31, 1926.
vii. BABY MARCHESE, b. September 11, 1924.
viii. HELEN LENORE MARCHESE, b. November 03, 1916; d. September 15, 1940, San Diego; m. JOE CONGE; d. 1978.
Notes for HELEN LENORE MARCHESE:
Helen died at an early age from blood poisining. She had a pimple on her face and it got infected. She worked in the fish cannery at the bay in San Diego. Many Italians worked there. Her husband was a sailor.
Notes for JOE CONGE:
Joseph Frank Conge
2005 Oswald Place
Falls Church, VA 22043
I found your family website while researching my father's roots. I want
to compliment you on putting together such a beautiful presentation of
your family's heritage. While we are not blood relatives I really
enjoyed reading your family's story.
I knew as a small child that my father was married to a woman whose's
name was Helen when he was in the Navy in San Diego. He shared some
stories with us children but it was bits and pieces. My parents
divorced in the late 1950's, and my father died in 1978.
It was my first cousin, Lena (Adams) Glover who provided me with more
information about your Aunt Helen. I visited Lena in Sun City, AZ in the
late 1980's. Lena lived with Helen and father in the late 1930's, and
graduated from San Diego High School. In turn, Helen traveled to West
Virginia to live with Lena's family while my father was deployed to the
Lena told me that your Uncle Victor and my dad served together in the
Navy. Lena was not sure if I should contact your family because the
marriage had fallen apart.
The story is clouded about the reason(s) Helen and my father went their
separate ways. I know that my father was transferred to the East Coast
outside of Washington, DC. Perhaps Helen didn't want to leave her family
in California. My dad left the Navy while he was stationed on the East Coast.
I was born in Washington, DC in March 1944.
I joined the Marine Corps in 1961 and retired in 1981.
My wife, Helene, married me in 1964. We had one daughter, Lisa, who has
given us our grandson, Tony.
After retiring from the Marine Corps I tried teaching high school but
decided to go back to work for the federal government in the
intelligence community. I retired from the Secret Service in March 2008.
In 1995, my family and I traveled to San Diego to attend the annual
convention of the Marine Corps Intelligence Association of which I am a
member. While in San Diego, I spent a day at the library's San Diego
room conducting research. The city directory provided me a number of
leads but I was not able to follow up on them.
I found your Uncle Victor's phone number but failed to call him which I
My sister (Jean), brother (John) and I are proud of our Italian blood.
We often travel to Clarksburg, WV where the sons and daughters of
Italian immigrants have a large festival (please check-out the website)
to honor those who came to America to work in coal mines and factories
to give their children a better life.
Again I thank you for your work in telling your family's story.
ix. ALBERT MARCHESE, b. 1911; d. 1913.
Notes for ALBERT MARCHESE:
Albert died at the age of 2. He was probably named after Minnie's brother Alberto. Minnie's first two children Rose and Albert were obviously named after her brother and sister.
x. BENJAMIN MARCHESE, b. March 1910.
4. SALVADORE3 MARCHESE (PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born December 21, 1871 in Palermo Sicily, and died February 03, 1944 in In San Jose. He married MARY (MARIA) MORABITO. She was born 1873 in Messina, Sicily, and died January 1959 in San Jose, CA.
Notes for SALVADORE MARCHESE:
Salvadore came to America on the S.S. Sicilian Prince in 1902. He sent for the rest of the family and took care of them in New York and New Jersey until around 1907. His father Placido had already come to America and met him at the boat. It could be that PLacido also helped with the family. Mario, Teresa, Maria and her 3 children all came in 1903.
Salvadore and the rest of the children all came to San Jose Ca. around 1908. Salvadore was a produce broker or fruit merchant and good at promoting. He had also done this in Sicily. When the church at the end of Palm St.in San Jose had a carnival, he would run it and it would be 2 blocks long. He always had plenty of money, but the story is that he was NOT in the Mafia, they wouldn't let him in. He was a very kind and generous man to take care of all those children, but could be very mean when drinking. He did succomb to alcoholism in his later years, and it is said it led to his death. His death certificate gives Bronchial Asthma and chronic myocarditis as the cause of death. All of his sons were successful in business,they were good salesmen.The oldest son, his step-son John, was the owner of the big distillery in San Jose.The sons also owned a cigar company a candy company and a liquor store. The son John, was the first one around to get a new cadillac.
The funeral director for Salvadore's funeral was the Rancadore Mortuary. The Rancadore family were the ones that were friends of the Marchese's back in Sicily and had wrote to Salvadore in New York telling him about beautiful San JOse Ca.
Notes for MARY (MARIA) MORABITO:
Mary was the wife of the other brother, John (Giovanni), but when he died Mary came to America and married Salvadore. She came with her 3 children and Teresa on the ship Nord America in 1903. It went to Palermo, then to Napoli, before coming to America.This ship sunk after leaving America. The one child, Rose was 4 yrs. old and remembered passing the Statue of Liberty as they approached Ellis Island.
Salvadore took care of all of them and ended up marrying Mary. He was working in Niagara Falls and they were married there. Mary and Salvadore had 2 children in New York, Eugene and Albert. They came to San Jose about 1909 and they had 4 more children there. Her and Salvadore also took care of Teresa's children after both parent's died. When Rose Nicolini's husband died, this is the child Rose had with Giovani, she also came to live with Salvadore and Maria with her 2 children. Maria was a very hard worker and took care of all of the kids, about 14. She sewed for the church. They fought alot because of Salvadore's drinking problem.
Maria was a faithful worker in her church. She was a member of the Third Order of St. Francis, Mother of the Rosary, and Mothers of Sorrow Sodalities of Sacred Heart Church.
Daughter Nancy recalls that her mother made Nancy read the obituaries out of the paper to her, then she would take Nancy with her to the various funeral homes to pray over the dead.
Information about the ship she came on, Nord America:
The "Nord America" was built in 1882 by J.Elder & Co, Glasgow as the "Stirling Castle" for Thos Skinner & Co, London. She was a 4,826 gross ton ship, length 418.6ft x beam 50ft, two funnels, three masts, iron construction, single screw and a speed of 15 knots when built. Launched on 21/1/1882, she was used on the tea trade from China and was world famous for her rapid voyages. Purchased by the Italian company, La Veloce in 1883, she was fitted with accommodation for 90-1st, 100-2nd and 1,223-3rd class passengers and renamed "Nord America" but, due to her fame, was allowed to retain her original name as well. She commenced her first voyage from Genoa to South America on 13/11/1883 and in 1884 was named "Nord America" only. In 1885 she was chartered by the British government for carriage of troops to Suakin, Sudan and in 1899 was chartered to the Russian government and used as a troopship between Odessa and Vladivostock in connection with the Boxer rebellion in China. Rebuilt by Palmers Co Ltd in 1900, re-engined with less powerful engines to give a speed of 13.5knots, accommodation altered to carry 90-2nd and 1,223-3rd class only, funnels lengthened and her three masts reduced to two. On 27/5/1901 she started her first voyage between Palermo, Naples and New York and commenced her last passenger round voyage from Genoa to Naples and New York on 25/3/1908 (58 round voyages). In December 1908 she was used as an accommodation ship for survivors of the earthquake at Messina. She was then employed solely as a cargo steamer, and on 5/12/1910 while on passage from Buenos Aires with a cargo of horses, she ran aground on the Moroccan coast. She was refloated and towed to Genoa, laid up and was scrapped in 1911. [North Atlantic Seaway, vol.3, p.1264-1271, by N.R.P. Bonsor] [South Atlantic Seaway, p.278-279, by N.R.P. Bonsor] - [Posted to The ShipsList by Ted Finch - 26 June 1998]
Children of SALVADORE MARCHESE and MARY MORABITO are:
i. EUGENE4 MARCHESE, b. 1905, New York; d. 1968, San Jose, CA in Agnew Asylum.
Notes for EUGENE MARCHESE:
Several stories are told about son Geno. He had epilepsy, which made his life different. At times the stories sound like he is a little off, but it was the effect of the disease that was not treatable then. Victor tells about Geno always going on his roof and threatening to jump off. Joe tells about Geno disrupting the elementary school, which was on the nearby corner. When all the kids were in class, Geno would stand outside and keep sneezing real loud, then all the teachers would close the windows in order to keep out the sound.
But, according to Joe, Geno was brilliant ! He had an exceptional mind. He also was an expert at pool. People from all over would come to try and beat him at the game, but he was the champ. They had a pool table in Salvador's basement. Geno and Joe were very close, when Geno was going to have an attack, he would tell Joe to leave, he didn't want to hurt him.
15. ii. ALBERT MARCHESE, b. 1906, New York; d. January 1983, San Jose, CA.
iii. PAUL MARCHESE, b. 1909, San Jose, California.
Notes for PAUL MARCHESE:
Paul was the president of the Marchese Bros. Inc. Liquor Distributors.
16. iv. NANCY MARCHESE, b. 1912, San Jose, CA.
v. ARTHUR MARCHESE.
Notes for ARTHUR MARCHESE:
Died at a young age, in San Jose.
17. vi. JOSEPH FRANCIS MARCHESE, b. July 03, 1910, San Jose, Santa Clara, CA; d. October 16, 1983, San Jose, CA.
5. TERESA3 MARCHESE (PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born 1876 in Palermo Sicily, and died 1919 in San Jose, CA. She married JOSEPH ZICCARDI 1909 in New Jersey. He was born 1875 in Abruzzi Italy, and died 1925 in Abruzzi, Italy.
Notes for TERESA MARCHESE:
Sister of Salvadore and Mario, she came to America on the boat with Maria. She went to a convent in New Jersey, to become a Nun. Uncle Salvadore convinced her to leave and she met and married Joseph Zicardi. They had Rosalia, before coming to San Jose. They lived next door to Teresa's brother Mario. They had 5 children, only 4 lived past infancy.She died giving birth to the 6th child. After Teresa's death, the children went to Abruzzi, Italy with their father, he died and they were put in an orphanage. Jenny went into a convent. Salvadore and Mary had to work hard to get them released to come back here. Jenny (Giovanna) stayed there and later died.The other 3 girls, Rose, Margaret and Edie, came and lived with Mary and Salvadore.
Notes for JOSEPH ZICCARDI:
Some census records have the name spelled Ziccardi. Guiseppe Zicardi was a Shoe Maker and in San Jose his Shoe Repair shop was in their basement in the house on Palm Ave.
Children of TERESA MARCHESE and JOSEPH ZICCARDI are:
18. i. MARGARET MARY4 ZICCARDI, b. March 13, 1915, San Jose, CA; d. December 14, 2003, San Jose, CA from Cancer.
ii. ROSE ZICCARDI, b. September 09, 1910, Lodi, New Jersey; d. July 02, 2007, San Jose, CA.
Notes for ROSE ZICCARDI:
Rose Zicardi was born in Lodi, New Jersey, in 1910. Her parents were Guiseppe Ziccardi and Teresa Marchese.Both of her parents were from Italy: Guiseppe from Abruzzo, Italy and Teresa from Palermo, Sicily. They met and married in New Jersey then came to San Jose, and the rest of the children were born there: Pasquale 1912, Giovana (Jenny) 1913, Margaret Mary 1915, & Aida (Edie) 1916. After her mother Teresa died in 1919 (during childbirth), her father Guiseppe went to New Jersey and they lived there for 1 year. Because he had to work, the 4 girls were put into a boarding school. Because he was only allowed to see them once a month, that was not satisfactory , so he took them back to Abruzzi Italy where he had one relative. . In 1927 Rose and sisters came back to America, stayed in Lodi with the relatives for about 1 week and then returned to San Jose and lived with Aunt Maria and Uncle Salvadore. Rose remembers landing at Ellis Island and having to spend the night. The next day one of Placido's son's came to get her. Her memories of the boat trip are that it was the first time she had ever seen double-beds, the food was awful, the ship, Dante, was much better than the ship going to Italy, it even had a cafeteria. When she went to Italy, her Dad had to stand in line a long time for food, and carry 5 plates to bring back for all of them to eat. When they made the voyage to Italy the sister Giovana (Jenny) was with them, but she died while there of Tuberculosis.On the Dante, because the 3 girls were alone, the ship gave them a guardian.
According to the Ship's Manifest, they came on the Dante Alighieri , leaving Naples on Oct. 22, 1927 and arriving in America on Nov. 4. Rose was 17, Margarita 12, and Ida 11. They lived in the Ferrazzano area of Abruzzi ,central, area of Italy. They lived 6 years in Italy before coming back to America. While in Italy their father died in about 1925. Rose was put in her uncle Francesco Zicard's home to live with him, his wife and son Guiseppe. Margaret was sent to live with a family that supposedly wanted to raise a little girl, but in reality, they just used her for a maid. Aida was put in to an orphanage. Rose remembers going to visit at the orphanage once a month in a horse and wagon. Finally one day when a Priest was visiting the Zicardi home where Rose lived, he asked her if she had any relatives in America that could keep her and her sisters. Rose wrote her Uncle Salvadore and Aunt Maria, and they began the struggle to repatriate them back to America. It took a while because the family that had Margaret wouldn't let her go. It ended up that the police had to rescue her.
Rose never married, she was always the care-giver, especially because the mother died when the girls were so young. Margaret married and had one son Raymond, that drowned in an accidental fishing accident. Edie married her half-cousin Placido Jr. Marchese and they lived in New Jersey and had one daughter, Maria.
INformation about the ship: DANTE ALIGHIERI
The "Dante Alighieri" was built by Societa Esercizio Baccini, Riva Trigoso in 1914 for Transatlanta Italiana. She was a 9754 gross ton vessel, length overall 503.7ft x beam 59.5ft, two funnels, two masts,twin screw and a speed of 16 knots. There was accommodation for 100-1st, 260-2nd and 1,825-3rd class passengers. Launched on 28/11/1914 she left Genoa on her maiden voyage for Palermo, Naples and New York on 10/2/1915 and commenced her last voyage on this service in October 1927. Arrived NY on 5/11/1927 and left for Lisbon, Naples and Genoa on 15/11/1927. In 1928 she was sold to a Japanese company and was renamed "Asahi Maru". Her funnels reduced to one in 1940 and on 5/2/1944 she was damaged in collision off Bisan Seto in the Japanese Inland Sea. In 1949 she was scrapped. [Posted to the Emigration-Ships Mailing List by Ted Finch]
iii. JENNY GIOVANA, ZICCARDI, b. June 07, 1913, San Jose, CA; d. 1925, Abruzzi, Italy.
Notes for JENNY GIOVANA, ZICCARDI:
Jenny went with Rose, Margaret & Ida to Italy with the father, but Jenny died there of tuberculosis before they came back to America in 1927.
iv. PASQUALE ZICCARDI, b. July 09, 1912, San Jose, CA; d. 1912.
19. v. AIDA (EDIE) ZICCCARDI, b. October 15, 1916, San Jose, CA; d. 1998, Garfield, New Jersey.
6. GIOVANNI3 JOHN, MARCHESE (PLACIDO2 MARCHESE, GIOVANNI1) was born 1863, and died 1897 in Palermo Sicily. He married MARY MORABITO.
Notes for GIOVANNI JOHN, MARCHESE:
John(Giovanni) was married to Maria, they lived inPalermo, Sicily, and had 3 children, Charles, Rosie and John. He died in 1897 at the age of 34, so Salvadore, who was already in the U.S., had Maria and the children come so he could take care of them. He also invited Mario and Teresa to come also. This was in 1903. Rosie (Rose), remembered seeing the Statue of Liberty when they arrived in the harbor.
Children of GIOVANNI JOHN and MARY MORABITO are:
i. CHARLES4 MARCHESE, b. 1893.
20. ii. ROSIE MARCHESE, b. 1895, Palermo Sicily.
iii. JOHN MARCHESE, b. 1897, Palermo Sicily; d. 1962, Los Angeles, Ca..
Notes for JOHN MARCHESE:
John was very successful in America in his many businesses. He owned the whisky distillery in San Jose that many of his family worked at. He then moved to Los Angeles and was successful there, making money from dealing wholesale in cigars, candy and liquor. It is said he had the 1st cadillac in San Jose. When he drove from Los Angeles to San Jose to visit, all the famous and important people of San Jose came over to see him and party.
7. JOSEPH A.3 MARCHESE (PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born 1895 in Palermo Sicily, and died 1975 in Garfield, New Jersey. He married ASSUNTA SEPEDE. She was born August 14, 1899 in Lodi, New Jersey, and died January 22, 1971 in Lodi, New Jersey.
Children of JOSEPH MARCHESE and ASSUNTA SEPEDE are:
21. i. JOSEPH4 MARCHESE.
ii. STEVEN MARCHESE.
Notes for STEVEN MARCHESE:
Steven served as a City Councilman in Lodi New Jersey.
22. iii. PLACIDO (PAT) MARCHESE, b. 1920, New Jersey; d. December 18, 2002, New Jersey.
23. iv. JOHN MARCHESE, d. 2001.
24. v. VINCENT MARCHESE, b. 1928, New Jersey.
25. vi. ANNE MARIE MARCHESE.
vii. MARIA MARCHESE.
Notes for MARIA MARCHESE:
This was their first baby, she died at 8 days old from exhaustion from the long birth. She is buried in the same plot with her grandpa, Placido Marchese at St. Nicholas Cemetery in Lodi, N.J.
8. ANGELINA3 MARCHESE (PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born 1891 in Palermo Sicily, and died 1966 in Lodi, New Jersey. She married SEBASTIANO STASSI. He was born 1874, and died 1970.
Children of ANGELINA MARCHESE and SEBASTIANO STASSI are:
i. ROSA4 STASSI, b. 1910, Lodi, New Jersey; d. 1972, Lodi, New Jersey.
ii. ANTHONY V. STASSI.
Notes for ANTHONY V. STASSI:
Dr. Stassi practiced in Lodi, his name is on the death certificate of his grandmother, Maria Vincenzia Marchese in 1954.
Generation No. 4
9. JOHN HENRY4 MARCHESE (MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born January 20, 1913 in San Jose, CA, and died January 13, 1991 in San Diego CA. He married DEE GINTHER March 10, 1934 in Our Lady of Angels Church,San Diego, Calif., daughter of EDWARD ROTH and EDITH BARKER. She was born December 08, 1912 in Pittsburgh Pa., and died June 10, 2001 in San Diego, CA.Funeral at Greenwood Mem. Pk..
Notes for JOHN HENRY MARCHESE:
John had to quit school at the death of his mother, when he was 13 years old. He always was a hard worker and a very neat person. Even the cousins on Palm St. in San Jose remember John always shining his shoes, even though he wasn't going anywhere special. After moving to San Diego, John worked for the SDGE, than Klauber Wagenheim, then different linen supply companies. He worked for Kelly Linen Supply the longest, it is on India St. in San Diego. John loved people and children and that made him a great salesman. He never met a stranger.
John died of cancer in the bile duct, adenocarcinoma. He died in Mercy Hospital, after a 10 day stay. He passed on about 1 week before his 79th birthday.
John's Godmother in San Jose was Mrs. Francis Di Fiore. She always gave John Christmas cookies when he was a boy, then when he was grown and living in San Diego with his father and brothers on National Ave., she would send a big box to him there. Later when married, she sent a big box every Christmas to John, wife and daughter, at their home. The cookies were wonderful, Cucidada Christmas cookies. The DiFiore's lived on Willow St., they loved John very much. Mr. John DiFiore and Sons had a gas station in SAn Jose, they had 6 children.
Notes for DEE GINTHER:
Dee worked as a Beauty Operator before marrying John.Their first rented house was on National Ave., later Pennsyvania Ave., K.St. than 6325 Madrid Dr. (Malcolm). She was a homemaker most of her years, however she did work a few years in a local store as a clerk. She later was a volunteer for many years for the Braille Institute of San Diego and also a Hospital Volunteer Lady at 2 hospitals.
Child of JOHN MARCHESE and DEE GINTHER is:
26. i. MARLENE5 MARCHESE, b. December 04, 1934, San Diego, CA.
10. ROSE4 MARCHESE (MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born February 02, 1908 in At 205 E. 106th Street in New York, and died 1983 in San Diego. She married WILLIAM PATRICK BREEDING in San Diego, Ca.. He was born February 26, 1910 in Oregon, and died July 26, 1967 in San Diego.
Notes for ROSE MARCHESE:
Rosalie was the oldest of 7 children. She was born in New York, then came to San Jose with parents. The story is that her father brought her to San Jose, then the mother followed. Her mother was very young ,only 15 when she had Rosalie, , but after a few years in San Jose, settled down, and had almost one baby a year till her death in 1926. Rose quit school and became the mother of the family. She was very beautiful, resembled the movie star Loretta Young.When she married Patrick Breeding, they first lived at 2002 National Ave., in San Diego. Rose died of cancer of the liver.
Notes for WILLIAM PATRICK BREEDING:
"Pat" was born in Oregon. He served in the U.S. Navy for 22 years, which included W.W.11 and the Korean War. After his retirement he worked for the S.D. Gas & Electric Co. He died of a heart attack at 57 years old. He was loved by everyone and loved to help people. He lived in San Diego 31 years.His tombstone says CSC US Navy.
Children of ROSE MARCHESE and WILLIAM BREEDING are:
i. LAVONNE5 BREEDING, b. 1934; d. 1936, San Diego.
Notes for LAVONNE BREEDING:
Lavone died at 2 with measles.
27. ii. DARLENE PATRICIA BREEDING, b. October 20, 1936; d. July 02, 1985, San Diego.
28. iii. SHIRLEY BREEDING, b. January 03, 1938, San Diego; d. April 13, 2005, San Diego.
29. iv. DAVID LEE BREEDING, b. June 20, 1946.
11. JOSEPH ALBERT4 MARCHESE (MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born January 04, 1914 in San Jose, CA, and died January 20, 2009 in Santee, Ca. (San Diego County). He married MABEL LEE SOWELL January 01, 1938 in Yuma, Arizona. She was born September 02, 1913.
Notes for JOSEPH ALBERT MARCHESE:
When Joe came to San Diego, he started work with the San Diego Gas Co. He was a line-man and learned the trade, which led him into the Electrical Union. He worked as an electrician for several companies. He was always very handy with fixing and building things. He enjoys gardening and going to Las Vegas.
Joseph A. Marchese died peacefully in his sleep on Jan. 20, 2009. He was 95 years old. Joe was a proud member of the IBEW Union for 74 years, its oldest member in San Diego County. He was the first apprentice electrician for SDG&E. In 1935, all linemen were brought in from Wichita, Kansas. Joe said, "Train me, I'll climb the poles!" He is preceded in death by his wife, Mabel, best friend and sweetheart of 66 years. He is survived by his sister Josephine Brown and brother Mario; 4 daughters, Barbara Todd, Betty Jo Salazar, Linda Lorentz, and Laura Stephenson; son-in-laws, Ernie Salazar and Martin Lorentz; 13 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild. Services will be held at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Saturday, January 31 at 11:00 A.M. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a memorial contribution to Avalon Hospice & Palliative Care.
Children of JOSEPH MARCHESE and MABEL SOWELL are:
30. i. BARBARA ANN5 MARCHESE, b. October 29, 1934.
31. ii. BETTY JO MARCHESE, b. March 10, 1939, San Diego.
32. iii. LINDA SUSAN MARCHESE, b. November 24, 1948.
33. iv. LAURA LEE MARCHESE, b. December 05, 1950, San Diego.
12. JOSEPHINE4 MARCHESE (MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born July 06, 1915 in San Jose, California. She married THOMAS H. BROWN. He was born 1912 in Georgia, and died 1971 in San Diego.
Notes for JOSEPHINE MARCHESE:
Josephine worked at the Holy Family Church, near her home in Linda Vista, for 30 years. She was a faithful worker serving the Priests at the Church. Josephine always remembered all of her family with birthday greetings and other acts of kindness. She is a very loving person.
Josephine told the story of "stomping grapes" as a little girl. When they lived in San Jose, their dad would buy a truck load of grapes once a year. The truck would come to the house and the grapes would be put into a large barrel. She was so impressed that the grapes were so very big and beautiful. Her and sister Helen ( she doesn't remember if the boys did this also) would put rubber boots on and be told to go into the barrel and "stomp on the grapes" until they could get the juice to run out for wine.
She also remembers the entire family camping out in tents in the SAn Jose orchards to do "prune picking" for the annual harvest. They would sleep in the tents and pick prunes from under the trees on their knees. They would get paid per tree. Their mother Domenica (Minnie) would always use that extra money for something special for the family. She remembers that one year it was a new carpet. They were definately temporary "prune picking" migrant workers ( they did have a home.)
Notes for THOMAS H. BROWN:
Thomas Brown served in the Navy on the U.S.S. Raleigh. It was stationed in San Diego in 1936, and Tom was assigned to run the PT boat to bring visitors to the ship from the foot of Broadway. That is where he first saw Josephine, it was love at first sight. He was in the Navy for 11 1/2 years, after leaving the military, Tom had a business of Watch Repair. He worked from a shop at the back of the house and repaired clocks and watches. His grave marker has the Longfellow poem, The nights shall be filled with music and the cares that besiege the day, will fold their tents like the Arabs, and will silently steal away. Tom loved poetry and also wrote poems.
Children of JOSEPHINE MARCHESE and THOMAS BROWN are:
i. SYLVIA LEE5 BROWN, b. July 15, 1940.
ii. YVONNE BROWN, b. August 10, 1941.
iii. THOMAS MARIO BROWN, b. September 17, 1947.
13. VICTOR4 MARCHESE (MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born October 30, 1920 in San Jose, CA, and died April 22, 2003 in San Diego. He married (1) EMILY IRENE TAVARAS 1942 in Hawaii. She was born August 23, 1926 in Hawaii, and died November 12, 2002 in Encino, California. He married (2) DORIS HELEN BECKER October 26, 1954.
Notes for VICTOR MARCHESE:
Victorio Emanuel is a beautiful singer. He was gifted with a natural Tenor voice. He first started singing for audiences while in the U.S. Navy stationed in Oahu, Hawaii. He sang with the Royal Hawaiian Band, the Armed Forces Band and at the Royal Hawaiin Hotel. After discharge from the Navy, his talents were discovered in Hollywood. His voice coach was also Nelson Eddie's coach . Victor sang at the "Hot" nighclubs of his time, the Mocambo, etc. He cut around 10 MGM records which were heard alot in Southern Ca. on the radio. He also sang as a dubbed in voice for a movie titled Athena, with Jane Powell..He sang for many years at niteclubs in Hollywood, Florida. Victor also loves gardening.
Notes for EMILY IRENE TAVARAS:
Victor and Irene met in Hawaii while Victor was stationed there during WW 11 for the Navy. She was a young beautiful girl, they met and married. She was a beautiful hula dancer, and Victor sang at a hotel and Irene was one of the hula dancers. When the war was over, they came to San Diego with their first child, Helena. Mariana was born in San Diego and they later moved to Hollywood.
Children of VICTOR MARCHESE and EMILY TAVARAS are:
i. HELENA5 MARCHESE, b. October 22, 1944, Honolulu Hawaii.
ii. MARIANNA MARCHESE, b. December 05, 1946, San Diego California.
Children of VICTOR MARCHESE and DORIS BECKER are:
iii. VICTORIA ANGELA5 MARCHESE, b. October 23, 1955.
34. iv. WILLIAM MARIO MARCHESE, b. August 13, 1957.
v. JOHN JOSEPH MARCHESE, b. October 06, 1959.
vi. JOEL ALFRED MARCHESE, b. January 11, 1966.
14. MARIO4 MARCHESE (MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born January 31, 1926. He married WANDA FORTNER May 07, 1947 in Ramona's Marraige Place in Old Town, San Diego CA.. She died February 16, 1988.
Notes for MARIO MARCHESE:
Mario served in the U.S. Navy during W.W. 11. He then worked at Convair, Hughes Tool Co. and Rohr.
Children of MARIO MARCHESE and WANDA FORTNER are:
i. LYNELL5 MARCHESE, b. February 15, 1948.
ii. DIANA MARCHESE, b. November 09, 1951; m. JOHN ANDERSON.
15. ALBERT4 MARCHESE (SALVADORE3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born 1906 in New York, and died January 1983 in San Jose, CA. He married TERESA.
Child of ALBERT MARCHESE and TERESA is:
i. SANDRA5 MARCHESE, m. TIM CADIGAN.
16. NANCY4 MARCHESE (SALVADORE3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born 1912 in San Jose, CA. She married ART BRAGA.
Child of NANCY MARCHESE and ART BRAGA is:
i. BARBARA5 BRAGA, m. YIELEY.
17. JOSEPH FRANCIS4 MARCHESE (SALVADORE3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born July 03, 1910 in San Jose, Santa Clara, CA, and died October 16, 1983 in San Jose, CA. He married (1) RUTH. He married (2) LORRAINE ETHEL SIVERTSON 1937 in Salinas , California. She was born July 19, 1917 in Menomonie, Dunn, Wisconsin, and died March 05, 1995 in Crescent City, Del Norte, California.
Notes for JOSEPH FRANCIS MARCHESE:
Joseph was the youngest son of Salvadore and Maria Marchese. When he married Lorraine Sivertson, they had a honeymoon driving to Hollywood and San Diego Ca. then Mexico. While in San Diego, they visited with cousins John Marchese and family.
Notes for LORRAINE ETHEL SIVERTSON:
Cause of death: Atrial Fibrillation, Congestive Heart Failure, Chronic Obstructive
Child of JOSEPH MARCHESE and LORRAINE SIVERTSON is:
35. i. NYLA MARIE5 MARCHESE, b. July 17, 1938, Salinas, California; d. August 21, 1996, Eugene, Lane,Oregon.
18. MARGARET MARY4 ZICCARDI (TERESA3 MARCHESE, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born March 13, 1915 in San Jose, CA, and died December 14, 2003 in San Jose, CA from Cancer. She married HENRY ZAVALA.
Child of MARGARET ZICCARDI and HENRY ZAVALA is:
i. RAYMOND5 ZAVALA, b. 1941; d. 1971.
Notes for RAYMOND ZAVALA:
Raymond studied to be a Priest. He died by a drowning accident before he had finished his education.
19. AIDA (EDIE)4 ZICCCARDI (TERESA3 MARCHESE, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born October 15, 1916 in San Jose, CA, and died 1998 in Garfield, New Jersey. She married PLACIDO (PAT) MARCHESE, son of JOSEPH MARCHESE and ASSUNTA SEPEDE. He was born 1920 in New Jersey, and died December 18, 2002 in New Jersey.
Notes for PLACIDO (PAT) MARCHESE:
Patrick served as Deputy Mayor in Lodi, New Jersey.He and Aida (Edie) were half-2nd cousins.
Child of AIDA ZICCCARDI and PLACIDO MARCHESE is:
i. MARIA5 MARCHESE.
20. ROSIE4 MARCHESE (GIOVANNI3 JOHN, MARCHESE, PLACIDO2 MARCHESE, GIOVANNI1) was born 1895 in Palermo Sicily. She married NICOLINI.
Child of ROSIE MARCHESE and NICOLINI is:
i. PAUL5 NICOLINI, b. 1929.
21. JOSEPH4 MARCHESE (JOSEPH A.3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) He married GERALDINE DI NAPOLI.
Notes for JOSEPH MARCHESE:
Joseph was a teacher in Lodi.
Children of JOSEPH MARCHESE and GERALDINE DI NAPOLI are:
i. FRANK5 MARCHESE.
ii. MARILYN MARCHESE.
iii. JANE MARCHESE.
iv. LAURA MARCHESE.
22. PLACIDO (PAT)4 MARCHESE (JOSEPH A.3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born 1920 in New Jersey, and died December 18, 2002 in New Jersey. He married (1) AIDA (EDIE) ZICCCARDI, daughter of JOSEPH ZICCARDI and TERESA MARCHESE. She was born October 15, 1916 in San Jose, CA, and died 1998 in Garfield, New Jersey. He married (2) AIDA J. ZACARDI 1949. She was born 1916 in San Jose, CA, and died April 1994 in Garfield, New Jersey.
Notes for PLACIDO (PAT) MARCHESE:
Patrick served as Deputy Mayor in Lodi, New Jersey.He and Aida (Edie) were half-2nd cousins.
Child is listed above under (19) Aida (Edie) Zicccardi.
Child of PLACIDO MARCHESE and AIDA ZACARDI is:
i. MARIA5 MARCHESE.
23. JOHN4 MARCHESE (JOSEPH A.3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) died 2001. He married BETTY GERMAN.
Notes for JOHN MARCHESE:
John lived in North Miami Beach, Florida.
Children of JOHN MARCHESE and BETTY GERMAN are:
i. JOHN JR.5 MARCHESE.
ii. MICHAEL MARCHESE.
24. VINCENT4 MARCHESE (JOSEPH A.3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born 1928 in New Jersey. He married LILLIAN DI NAPOLI.
Notes for VINCENT MARCHESE:
Vincent served in the Navy during WWII and was in sales of truck bodies.
Children of VINCENT MARCHESE and LILLIAN DI NAPOLI are:
i. JOE JR5 MARCHESE.
36. ii. SUE ANN MARCHESE.
iii. DIANNE MARCHESE.
iv. MARYANN MARCHESE.
v. LOUANN MARCHESE.
25. ANNE MARIE4 MARCHESE (JOSEPH A.3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) She married BALLINGER.
Child of ANNE MARCHESE and BALLINGER is:
i. SUSAN5 BALLINGER, m. JAY GRECO.
Generation No. 5
26. MARLENE5 MARCHESE (JOHN HENRY4, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born December 04, 1934 in San Diego, CA. She married (1) FRANK LEROY PHILLIPS May 30, 1954 in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, San Diego CA. He was born June 04, 1932 in Kansas City Mo. She married (2) RONALD LOVE ROBERSHAW July 05, 1969 in 1st Southern Baptist, San Diego CA. He was born March 06, 1937 in Etowah County, Alabama.
Notes for MARLENE MARCHESE:
Marlene was a parent volunteer in the schools for 12 years, and an assistant teacher for 3. She loves swimming every day, piano playing , history and art. Marlene is very active in Politics, serving on a County Advisory Comm. for 8 years and elected Board of Director in her community. She works on government related issues, is President and co-founder of Ramona Concert Assn. and writes frequently for the newspaper. Marlene also shares her Christian testimony as a speaker for Stonecroft Ministries, a non-denominational women's organization.
Children of MARLENE MARCHESE and FRANK PHILLIPS are:
37. i. NATALIE IRENE6 PHILLIPS, b. December 20, 1957, In a trailer in Eagle Rock, Ca..
38. ii. JOHN LEE PHILLIPS, b. June 09, 1960, Kansas City Mo in a house in the Italian district.
39. iii. VALERIE SUE PHILLIPS, b. June 06, 1964, In a house on Cornelius St. in Lemon Grove.
Child of MARLENE MARCHESE and RONALD ROBERSHAW is:
iv. THOMAS LOVE6 ROBERSHAW, b. June 12, 1970, Grossmont Hospital, La Mesa, CA; m. KIM TRIEPKE, August 18, 2001, Paradise Point, Mission Bay, San Diego.
27. DARLENE PATRICIA5 BREEDING (ROSE4 MARCHESE, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born October 20, 1936, and died July 02, 1985 in San Diego. She married (1) STAN BIALECKI. She married (2) CONRAD EMRICH.
Notes for DARLENE PATRICIA BREEDING:
Darlene had a beautiful singing voice. She was a Christian and loved the Lord. She liked to knit and decorate cakes. She died of bone cancer, and was a testimony to the Lord the years she fought the disease.
Children of DARLENE BREEDING and STAN BIALECKI are:
40. i. STANLEY WILLIAM6 BIALECKI, b. 1958.
41. ii. ROSE MARY BIALECKI.
iii. ROBERT BIALECKI, m. BRENDA.
iv. WILLIAM PATRICK BIALECKI, m. STEPHANIE.
v. SHERRY LYNN BIALECKI.
Child of DARLENE BREEDING and CONRAD EMRICH is:
vi. DARLENE APRIL6 EMRICH.
28. SHIRLEY5 BREEDING (ROSE4 MARCHESE, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born January 03, 1938 in San Diego, and died April 13, 2005 in San Diego. She married LARRY CLAUNCH.
Notes for SHIRLEY BREEDING:
Shirley attended Maric College in 1981 to prepare her for her work in the nursing field. She is a Home Health Nurse. Shirley is a Christian and loves the Lord. She has 4 grandchildren. Shirley died of a very rare blood disease, T.T.P., with unknown cause. She went fast, the disease attacks the blood platelets and then shuts down the body. Shirley will be remembered for her loving spirit and ability to listen to anyone and show concern.
Children of SHIRLEY BREEDING and LARRY CLAUNCH are:
42. i. MARLA JO6 CLAUNCH, b. July 03, 1959.
43. ii. LINDA CLAUNCH, b. August 12, 1962.
29. DAVID LEE5 BREEDING (ROSE4 MARCHESE, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born June 20, 1946. He married (1) KAREN. He married (2) MARY.
Notes for DAVID LEE BREEDING:
David attended Grossmont College, SDSU and USIU. At USIU he received a scholarship in baseball. David studied Civil Engineering and Pre-Law. He is now an Electrician. He has 6 grandchildren.
Child of DAVID BREEDING and KAREN is:
44. i. JACQUELINE MARIE6 BREEDING.
Child of DAVID BREEDING and MARY is:
ii. DAVID JR.6 BREEDING.
30. BARBARA ANN5 MARCHESE (JOSEPH ALBERT4, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born October 29, 1934. She married LEWIS BOOTH.
Children of BARBARA MARCHESE and LEWIS BOOTH are:
i. STEPHEN6 BOOTH, b. April 23, 1954.
ii. JOSEPH WILLIAM BOOTH, b. July 12, 1960.
iii. LEWIS NORMAN BOOTH JR., b. October 24, 1962.
iv. DAVID MICHAEL BOOTH, b. August 01, 1965.
31. BETTY JO5 MARCHESE (JOSEPH ALBERT4, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born March 10, 1939 in San Diego. She married ERNEST DAVE SALAZAR. He was born October 14, 1936.
Children of BETTY MARCHESE and ERNEST SALAZAR are:
i. VALERIE ANN6 SALAZAR, b. September 12, 1959; m. PAUL BAUMAN.
ii. MICHAEL ANTHONY SALAZAR, b. December 28, 1960.
iii. ERNEST DAVE SALAZAR JR., b. January 07, 1962.
iv. JOSEPH TODD SALAZAR, b. July 30, 1966.
32. LINDA SUSAN5 MARCHESE (JOSEPH ALBERT4, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born November 24, 1948. She married MARTIN JAMES LORENTZ March 03, 1973.
Children of LINDA MARCHESE and MARTIN LORENTZ are:
i. MATTHEW JAMES LORENTZ6 LORENTZ, b. January 14, 1975.
ii. CHRISTA MICHELLE LORENTZ, b. December 27, 1977.
iii. NICHOLAS MARTIN LORENTZ, b. September 09, 1983.
33. LAURA LEE5 MARCHESE (JOSEPH ALBERT4, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born December 05, 1950 in San Diego. She married MARK STEPHENSON.
Children of LAURA MARCHESE and MARK STEPHENSON are:
i. LARA6 SAN STEPHENSON, b. June 23, 1977.
ii. LAUREN MARIE STEPHENSON, b. December 25, 1979.
34. WILLIAM MARIO5 MARCHESE (VICTOR4, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born August 13, 1957.
Child of WILLIAM MARIO MARCHESE is:
45. i. CHRISTOPHER MARIO6 MARCHESE, b. September 25, 1990.
35. NYLA MARIE5 MARCHESE (JOSEPH FRANCIS4, SALVADORE3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born July 17, 1938 in Salinas, California, and died August 21, 1996 in Eugene, Lane,Oregon. She married EDWARD LEE BAKER. He was born April 19, 1934 in Berkeley, Alameda,California.
Notes for NYLA MARIE MARCHESE:
The cause of death was Ovarion Cancer.
Marriage Notes for NYLA MARCHESE and EDWARD BAKER:
Nyla and Edward were never married. Son MIchael was born our of wedlock without Ed's knowledge of the birth. Ed didn't know he had a son until Mike was about 18 months old. Ed tried to participate as much as Nyla would allow. Mike re-established a relationship with Ed when he was 18. Mike was given his mother's last name.
Child of NYLA MARCHESE and EDWARD BAKER is:
46. i. MICHAEL ROSS6 MARCHESE, b. September 15, 1967, Berkeley, California.
36. SUE ANN5 MARCHESE (VINCENT4, JOSEPH A.3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) She married KEN DEBIAK 1969.
Children of SUE MARCHESE and KEN DEBIAK are:
i. DAVID6 DEBIAK.
ii. MARC DEBIAK.
iii. JASON DEBIAK.
Generation No. 6
37. NATALIE IRENE6 PHILLIPS (MARLENE5 MARCHESE, JOHN HENRY4, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born December 20, 1957 in In a trailer in Eagle Rock, Ca.. She married RICHARD DIXON October 1995.
Children of NATALIE PHILLIPS and RICHARD DIXON are:
i. RACHEL NICOLE7 DIXON, b. February 03, 1998.
ii. SARINA MARLANE DIXON, b. January 24, 2003.
38. JOHN LEE6 PHILLIPS (MARLENE5 MARCHESE, JOHN HENRY4, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born June 09, 1960 in Kansas City Mo in a house in the Italian district. He married ELAINE REYES PABLO June 24, 2000 in Breakers Beach, Coronado California.
Child of JOHN PHILLIPS and ELAINE PABLO is:
i. NIETO ANGELO MARCHESE7 PABLO, b. April 12, 2002, San Diego.
39. VALERIE SUE6 PHILLIPS (MARLENE5 MARCHESE, JOHN HENRY4, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born June 06, 1964 in In a house on Cornelius St. in Lemon Grove. She married NEAL SUNDBERG.
Children of VALERIE PHILLIPS and NEAL SUNDBERG are:
i. KATHARINE DEE7 SUNDBERG, b. February 07, 1994.
ii. ANNA VICTORIA SUNDBERG, b. August 22, 1999.
iii. JULIA ROSE SUNDBERG, b. August 22, 1999.
40. STANLEY WILLIAM6 BIALECKI (DARLENE PATRICIA5 BREEDING, ROSE4 MARCHESE, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born 1958.
Child of STANLEY WILLIAM BIALECKI is:
i. CHRISTIPHER7 BIALECKI.
41. ROSE MARY6 BIALECKI (DARLENE PATRICIA5 BREEDING, ROSE4 MARCHESE, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) She married RANDY BRANCH.
Children of ROSE BIALECKI and RANDY BRANCH are:
i. MARISA7 BRANCH.
ii. JOEY BRANCH.
iii. AUSTIN BRANCH.
42. MARLA JO6 CLAUNCH (SHIRLEY5 BREEDING, ROSE4 MARCHESE, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born July 03, 1959. She married BUTLER.
Children of MARLA CLAUNCH and BUTLER are:
i. JACQUELYN YVETTE7 BUTLER.
ii. JOYCELYN MARIE BUTLER.
43. LINDA6 CLAUNCH (SHIRLEY5 BREEDING, ROSE4 MARCHESE, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born August 12, 1962. She married (1) GLASSER. She married (2) HIGHT.
Children of LINDA CLAUNCH and HIGHT are:
i. ASHLEY ROSE7 HIGHT.
ii. CHARLES HIGHT.
44. JACQUELINE MARIE6 BREEDING (DAVID LEE5, ROSE4 MARCHESE, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1)
Children of JACQUELINE MARIE BREEDING are:
i. DEAVEN7 BREEDING.
ii. ZACHARY BREEDING.
45. CHRISTOPHER MARIO6 MARCHESE (WILLIAM MARIO5, VICTOR4, MARIO3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born September 25, 1990.
Child of CHRISTOPHER MARIO MARCHESE is:
i. MARKUS MARIO7 MARCHESE, b. April 18, 2009.
46. MICHAEL ROSS6 MARCHESE (NYLA MARIE5, JOSEPH FRANCIS4, SALVADORE3, PLACIDO2, GIOVANNI1) was born September 15, 1967 in Berkeley, California. He married CHERYLANN RAWLINS July 17, 1999 in Oakland, California. She was born August 19, 1975 in State College, Centre, Pennsylvania.
Children of MICHAEL MARCHESE and CHERYLANN RAWLINS are:
i. KATHERINE GRACE7 MARCHESE, b. August 26, 2000, Eugene, Lane, Oregon.
ii. CHRISTIAN EDWARD MARCHESE, b. June 16, 2002, Eugene, Lane, Oregon.