Jul. 26, 1875 Bear Valley Mariposa County California, USA
Sep. 5, 1904 Mariposa County California, USA
Daughter of Joseph Queirolo and Margaret A. Pallavicin.
Mariposa Gazette, November 28, 1903: Castagnetto-Queirolo A very pretty, though quiet, wedding was the scene at Arbor Villa Wednesday at high noon when Miss Anna Queirolo became the bride of Dan Castagnetto. Under a large bell of pink and white chrysanthemums with smilax and white satin ribbon, Judge J. L. Smith of Bear Valley performed the ceremony. The attractive home presented a charming appearance, being lavishly decorated with chrysanthemums, red berries, evergreens and autumn leaves. The bride was becomingly gowned in a handsome robe of cream crape de chine trimmed with costly lace and orange blossoms. She also wore a veil of silk tulle and carried a bouquet of white rose buds and pretty ferns. Her only attendant was her sister, Miss Ida Queirolo, who wore a dainty costume of white silk and carried pink chrysanthemums. The groom had, for his best man his nephew, Frank Castagnetto. The bride was given away by her mother. After congratulations the guests assembled in the dinning room where luncheon was served. The informality of the small number present made it a jolly occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Castagnetto left in the evening for the southern part of the state where they will spend their honeymoon. Mrs. Castagnetto is the youngest daughter of Mrs. M. Queirolo, and is well known throughout the county and has been one of its successful teachers. Mr. Castagnetto is a very popular young man of exemplary habits, and has, like his bride, hosts of friends who wish them much happiness.
Mariposa Gazette, September 10. 1904: Death of a Young Women. After a illness of several week with typhoid fever, Mrs. Dan Castagnetto passed away at her home in Hunter's Valley Tuesday morning. Everything that medical attendance and careful nursing could do proved unavailing in combating the dread fever. Mrs. Castagnetto, who was Miss Anna A. Queirolo, was a native of Bear Valley, 28 years of age. She was a charming young woman who was held in the highest esteem for her many excellent qualities and was a favorite among her many friends. In November of last year she was married to Mr. Castagnetto, and her death is the end of a happy married life that had so recently begun. The bereaved relatives left to mourn her are her husband, her mother, Mrs. M. A. Queirolo; a sister Miss Ida Queirolo, who lives in Hunter's Valley, and a brother, Dr. Caesar A. Queirolo, whose home is in Switzerland and grandmother, Mrs. Maria Pallavicini. She was a daughter of the late Joseph Queirolo. The funeral was held Wednesday, internment being in Bear Valley cemetery. A very large concourse of friends, among whom the departed was so popular, followed the casket to the grave.