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Pvt Louis Anthony "Gene / Luigi Antonio" Bimonte
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Birth: May 17, 1915
Manhattan
New York County (Manhattan)
New York, USA
Death: Nov. 1, 1988
Bronx County
New York, USA

Luigi a/k/a Louis Anthony Bimonte was the son of Italian immigrants, Antonio a/k/a Anthony Bimonte, born June 5, 1889 in Naples, Italy and Ida Mazzone-Bimonte, born in Italy in 1892. His parents were married on December 7, 1913 in Bronx, New York.

Louis was known as Gene to his family and friends. His name in Italian is Luigi. He was nicknamed Gene by his family because of the way his mother pronounced his name in Italian. She would call him "Louiegene", so the "Gene" part stuck with family and friends.

Gene served stateside in the United States Army as a Private First Class during World War II from December 11, 1942 until January 6, 1945.

On September 23, 1945, he married his sweetheart of three years, Maria Antonia a/k/a Antoinette Marie or Anne Fariello in the Bronx. Gene was married to beloved Anne for 43 years.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Anthony Bimonte (1889 - 1961)
  Ida Mazzone Bimonte (1892 - 1969)
 
 Spouse:
  Maria Antonia Fariello Bimonte (1909 - 2002)
 
Burial:
Saint Raymonds Cemetery (New)
Bronx
Bronx County
New York, USA
Plot: St, Mark's Section - Range 43 Grave 11
 
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Record added: Aug 16, 2012
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- A Great-Niece Remembers
 Added: Dec. 27, 2014
Thank you for your service to our country during World War II.
- An American Remembers
 Added: Dec. 2, 2014
Twenty-Five Years gone to heaven...Rest in Peace Dearest Uncle, until we meet again.
- Your Beloved Nieces and Nephews
 Added: Nov. 7, 2013
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