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Lindo Bart
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Birth: Dec. 10, 1892
Crenshaw
Jefferson County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Feb. 13, 1964
Brockway
Jefferson County
Pennsylvania, USA

Lindo Baratter was born Dec 10, 1892 in Crenshaw, PA; baptized Jan 08, 1893 in St. Boniface Church, Kersey, PA by Reverend B. J. Raycroft (with surname Bart on a copy of baptismal certificate dated Feb 18, 1951). He also has a baptismal record dated Jan 08, 1893 in Santa Maria del Carmelo parish, Rovereto, Trento, Italy. He was married Aug 30, 1915 in Brandy Camp, PA, by the Reverend Francis Ferrara, to Marianna Mariucci; b. Nov 25, 1897 in Sigillo, Province of Perugia, Italy; bpt. Nov 30, 1897 in Sigillo;d. Sep 05, 1964 in Brockway. She was the daughter of Domenico and Angela (Nasomi) Mariucci, and came to this country at age seventeen. Lindo began working for the Northwest Mining and Exchange Company at age 14. He started in the Brandy Camp Mines, and worked in the Kittaning and Oysterville mines in Helens Mills. He must have made a trip back to Austria because he was on the S. S. Lorraine that left Havre on Sep 09, 1911 and arrived in New York Sep 16th. On that manifest, his surname was spelled Barater and he came from Proverto [correct spelling Rovereto], Vallarsa, Tyrol, Austria. [Note: These two towns are in the present day province of Trento, Italy]. Lindo listed his father Domenico Barater as his nearest living relative living in Vallarsa, Austria and his final U.S. destination was Ridgway, PA to see his brother Eugenio Barater. His description on the manifest was listed as being 5' 6 " tall, "chestnut" eyes and "chestnut" hair with a fair complexion. On his WWI draft registration card, he stated that he was employed as an electric motor man for the Shawmut mining company. He was of slender build, had grey eyes and light hair. Lindo and his wife also ran a general store in Brockport that sold fruits, vegetables, gas, and coal mining supplies. He played the tuba in the Brother Worker's Band in Brockway. He was also active in the Eagles Club and worked at election times registering new voters in the area, using his bilingual skills to help the newly arrived Italian immigrants. At first it was thought that he was a staunch Republican, but back then in order to gain employment, it was rumored that only Republicans would be hired. The first house they lived in had no running water. Sons Louie and Angelo would walk to the mines with their wagons to haul coal back to the house for heat, about five or six tons a year, and on the weekends, it was their turn to bring in water from the well. According to my Aunt Mabel, the favorite meal in the Baratter household was sauerkraut and mush (polenta). They ate more German food than Italian. In 1942 Lindo filed his WWII draft registration card. He and Marianna were living on RD 1 in Brockport, and he was working for the Northwest Mining Company in Oyster, Brockport, PA. The last residence of Lindo and Marianna was at 1008 Railroad Street in Brockway. He died Feb 13, 1964 from stomach cancer in Brockway, PA (surname Bart), and was buried with his wife in Holy Cross Cemetery, Brandy Camp, PA.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Domenico Gregorio Baratter (1860 - 1934)
  Guiseppina Cumer Baratter (1867 - 1955)
 
 Spouse:
  Marianna Mariucci Bart (1897 - 1964)
 
 Children:
  Norma R Bart (1916 - 2010)*
  Louis Henry Bart (1918 - 1984)*
  Angelo H. Bart (1922 - 2014)*
  George John Bart (1929 - 2009)*
 
 Siblings:
  Eugenio Baratter (1888 - 1920)*
  Lindo Bart (1892 - 1964)
  Henry Nicola Bart (1896 - 1978)*
  Luigi Baratter (1898 - 1918)*
  Teodoline Maria Baratter Valdner (1901 - 1954)*
  Rosalia Isola Baratter-Stagi Caliari (1907 - 2001)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Holy Cross Cemetery
Brandy Camp
Elk County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: Rick Bart
Record added: Sep 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 76479570
Lindo Bart
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Lindo Bart
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Lindo Bart
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