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Nuzzo in BEaverdale
His wife Fannie was next to him, added a picture and put in a correction to add birth date.
Added by Kat on Aug 29, 2016 6:56 AM
RE: Smiths @ Greenwood Union, Hedgemont section
Could not find a specific marker for your person in that section. However...

There is one large headstone for Smith with no individual headstones. The opposite side of the headstone is Banks (Banks, Albrecht and Chandler in that plot)--in case this is a clue. The graves are located next to those of the Merritt family.

There is a large Smith/Bellevue headstone, with 2 Bellevue burials and one for Elsie Smith (died 2004). Memorials and photos added.

There is a headstone for Stephen, Laura and Helen Smith. Memorials and photos added.

There are a few unreadable headstone in the section, but not that many.

Let me know if you want any of these transferred to you, or if you want me to add the Smith headstone with no individual names to your memorial.

Hope this is semi-helpful!
Added by Pat on May 10, 2016 9:38 AM
RE: one larger Smith marker
Can get you a photo of it. I'll try looking for individual markers again, though. Section is pretty spread out.
Added by Pat on Apr 15, 2016 2:50 PM
Peter Lenahan
RE: request
Transferred both graves
Added by Peter Lenahan on Nov 23, 2015 8:55 AM
Jan Franco
RE: Anthony Nuzzo
I posted photos for the others in plot P111:
Mary Nuzzo, Rose J. Stubbs, Vincenza Nuzzo DeCapua.
Added by Jan Franco on Sep 12, 2015 2:45 PM
Jan Franco
RE: Anthony Nuzzo
I expect to go back to that cemetery soon so I will check.
Added by Jan Franco on Sep 07, 2015 7:48 PM
RE: Nuzzo
And what are you looking for with regard to the Pellegrino family - burial locations? Dates of death? I'm afraid I don't have time to do a lot of research on this, but maybe this Norwalk Hour obituary from Legacy will help get things moving for you, if you haven't already found it. Note the different name for the father...:
(Concetta is Connie)
Concetta M. Dominici, 90, of Norwalk, wife of the late Victor Dominici, passed away Sunday, April 17, 2011 in the Norwalk Hospital with her family at her side.

Born March 12, 1921 in Norwalk, she was the daughter of the late Basil and Maria Amato Pellagrino.

Mrs. Dominici affectionately known as “Gram” was a wonderful, loving and devoted mother, grandmother and sister who lived for her family. She often attended her grandchildren's ball games, was an avid Yankees fan and had a soft-spot for the Mets. She loved planting her flowers and taking care of her yard. Mrs. Dominici attended Norwalk H.S. and worked for 35 years at Pepperidge Farm. She will be sorely missed by all who loved and knew her.

Mrs. Dominici is survived by her two sons, Ron Dominici (Carolyn) and David Dominici (Wendy); by her daughter Vicki Armistead (Carl); and by her eight grandchildren, Sandra Dardis, James Massey, Richard Massey, Danielle Longo, Christin Schor, Michael Dominici, Dina Dominici and Danny Dominici. She is also survived by eight great grandchildren and by her brother James Pellegrino.

In addition to her husband Victor, Mrs. Dominici was predeceased by her brothers Jerry and Anthony Pellagrino and by her sisters Josephine Pellagrino, Helen Festa and Anne Leone.

Friends may call on Wednesday, from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Collins Funeral Home, Norwalk. Services will be held Thursday at 9:30 AM in St. Mary Church, 669 West Avenue, Norwalk. Burial will follow in St. John Cemetery, 223 Richards Avenue, Norwalk.

Then if you check Google News, there should be an obit for Anne Pellegrino Leone that will give you more information.

Hopefully that'll help.
Added by ENZita on Nov 05, 2014 11:44 PM
RE: Nuzzo
Happy to be of some assistance!
I know I looked on Ancestry and I don't remember where else. And parts of the Hale Collection are online, I believe -- if you search for Hale Collection Connecticut cemetery transcriptions or something like that. I think it was somehow connected to the WPA effort to record gravestone inscriptions. I found some of it on Ancestry, but I think there are at least parts online at free sites. Must be available somewhere. The cemetery was labeled differently, though - "Catholic and Christ Church Cemetery". And I don't believe Lucy was listed - could she have remarried or moved away? Was her original name Lucia?
Ancestry is also where I checked the census, I believe, and saw Patsey listed as Patrick. Maybe he was Patricio or something?
Also, there is someone on Ancestry who is working on another group of CT Nuzzo ancestors - or is that you? Pictures posted, etc.
And I think that may be the group with some members in St. Lawrence Cemetery, CT. (Alphonso, Clemenzia, Emilia, Giuseppina, Angelina, Vincenzo, Annunziata, etc.) - don't know if they're related to your Nuzzo line.

Not sure about the Pellegrino name - do you have any first names?
Added by ENZita on Nov 04, 2014 12:31 PM
RE: Nuzzo & Festa - Christ & Holy Trinity Cemetery
For the Joseph Festa request you have for Lakeview Cemetery in New Canaan, it would make a huge difference if you were able to contact their office and get specific locations of any Festa graves as the cemetery is big enough that people aren't likely to fill the request without that.
Same for your Mount Hebron request - that group of cemeteries is huge and many places will only give specific info to family, not photo volunteers.
Added by ENZita on Nov 03, 2014 7:07 PM
RE: Nuzzo & Festa - Christ & Holy Trinity Cemetery
You're welcome!
A couple of things -
- From the way the names are listed, I'm assuming Fiore is the son of Salvatore and Rose.
- As for the list of names you're still trying to track down.
- "Patsey Nuzzo 1903-D?" Looks like Patsey was also called Patrick in the earlier census, if that helps.
- "Nicholas Nuzzo 1908-D?" Not sure where he is buried but I think Nicolas' date of death is 22 Nov 1959, age 51 in Stratford, CT. He was divorced from wife (Marie?) at the time.
- Could this be the Marie you're looking for (your "Marie c Nuzzo 1896-1950")? Mary Nuzzo b. abt 1895, d. 10 May 1950 in New Haven, CT; Never married
- "Tony Nuzzo 1897-1918, Rosy Nuzzo 1911-1918" These two are puzzling. From the Hale list, it looks like they should be located with the others.
- Where is Lucie buried??
- Not sure about the other two - Palma & Christina.
Hope that's useful.
Added by ENZita on Nov 03, 2014 6:14 PM
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