|Birth: ||Apr. 15, 1898|
São Paulo, Brazil
|Death: ||Dec. 7, 1954|
Pasquale, who often went by the name "Patsy", was the son of Louis Iandoli and Camela Carppuva. The story goes that his father Louis moved from Italy to Brazil because he felt that the humid Italian air was bad for his health. It's uncertain how long the family lived there, but they eventually moved back to Apice Benevento Italy.
In 1915, Pasquale immigrated to America and settled down in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Already living in Boston was his sister Serafina, and later to join them, a brother Emilio. Pasquale quickly got a job at the Cordage Park rope factory in Plymouth where he worked with Bartolomeo Vanzetti for a time. He would work there the rest of his life.
By the 1920's Pasquale hadn't yet found a wife. His mother Carmela arranged for him to marry a young woman from his hometown of Apice. That woman was Lucia Rotondo, together they had three children: Carmela, Mary, and Louis.
Sadly, Lucia became mentally ill and lived out the rest of her life in an institution. Pasquale moved in with his eldest daughter Carmela and son in law Manny. He died at the young age of 56 from a heart attack.
Section 6, Lot 23 B
Saint Josephs Cemetery
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Find A Grave Memorial# 25696234
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It's good to see that you rest with your wife, daughter, and son in law.|
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