|Birth: ||Jun. 24, 1888|
Provincia di Bari
|Death: ||Sep. 7, 1939|
New York County (Manhattan)
New York, USA
Nicola a/k/a Nicholas Andriani, of Southern Italian descent, was born June 24, 1888 in Torrito, Italy. Toritto is a town in the Province of Bari located in the Puglia Region of Italy. He was the son of Corrado Andriani and Maria Lomangino-Fariello-Andriani, both who were born and died in Toritto, Italy.
Nicholas' mother Maria was a matron at a school in Bari. She was widowed at the time she married Nicholas' father Corrado. Maria's first husband was Franceso a/k/a Frank Fariello, a policeman in Bari. Together with Frank, Maria gave birth to her first child, Nicholas' half brother and oldest sibling, Paolo a/k/a Paul Fariello in Toritto, Italy.
After Maria married Corrado, they had two other children who were born in Toritto, Italy. They were Ignazio Andriani born in May 5, 1885 and Maria Antonia a/k/a as Marie Antoinette Andriani-Volpe born in 1886.
On October 19, 1909, brown-eyed Nicholas, a young, single farm laborer with $25 in his pocket, left the security of his parents' home in Toritto, Italy for the first time to sail out of Naples, Italy on the SS Cretic to go start a new life in America.
Nicholas arrived in Manhattan on November 1, 1909 where he was welcomed into America by his older brother Ignazio. He lived with Iganzio and his family on 339 East 89th Street, New York, New York until he made a life of his own.
On September 7, 1939, Nicholas died in New York, New York. He was buried on September 11, 1939 at Calvary Cemetery, Queens Boulevard, Queens, New York in Section 29, Range 8, Block P, Grave 11, a section better known as the (new) Third Calvary.
Biography written by Find A Grave Member GWTWQUEENIE. Please do not reprint without permission.
Corrado Andriani (1841 - 1884)
Maria Giuseppa Lomangino Fariello Andriani (1864 - ____)
Nancy Respanti Andriani (1891 - 1953)
Corrado Andriani (1917 - 2011)*
Paolo Fariello (1879 - 1943)**
Ignazio Andriani (1885 - 1948)*
Nicola Andriani (1888 - 1939)
New York, USA
Plot: Section 29, Range 8, Block P, Grave 11
Created by: gwtwqueenie
Record added: May 11, 2012
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