Di Berardino family from Corvara

Posted by Mary Ellen De Nunzio-Shine on January 14, 2014 at 17:38:49:

I am looking for di Berardino relatives, descendants of my granduncle Francesco di Berardino, son of Pietro Nicola di Berardino and Serafina di Giacomo, born 6 Dec 1853 in Corvara, Teramo (now Pescara), Abruzzo-Molise. He was an older brother of my great grandmother Maria di Berardino.
He married Serafina Pallini in Corvara 30 Oct 1879 and they had 11 children, all born in Corvara. Andrea born 14 Nov 1880, immigrated to USA 9 May 1896. Lived in Hartford, CT. Aurelia born 4 Jan 1883 in Corvara, immigrated to USA 4 May 1911. Dresolina (Rosolina) born 11 Mar 1885 in Corvara, immigrated to USA 28 May 1912. Anna born 28 May 1888. Maria born 21 Feb 1891 in Corvara, died 20 Dec 1891 in Corvara. Domenico born 13 Nov 1892 in Corvara, died 22 Nov 1892 in Corvara. Ermenegildo born 10 Feb 1894 in Corvara, immigrated to USA 28 May 1912. Amedeo born 21 Sep 1896 in Corvara, immigrated to USA 28 May 1912. Antonio born 10 Nov 1899 in Corvara, died 27 Aug 1900 in Corvara. Biagio born 26 Nov 1901 in Corvara, died 6 Feb 1902 in Corvara. Maria born and died in Corvara 6 Dec 1903.

My Uncle Francesco first came to the US in 1903 and went to his son Andrea. He immigrated in 1911 with their daughter Aurelia. Serafina came in 1912 with Rosolina, Ermengildo and Amedeo. Their only child I cannot account for yet is Anna. I would appreciate any information you may be able to provide about this family.

I found evidence of the family of Andrea di Berardino in both the 1930 and 1940 US census. They lived at 80 Franklin Ave. in Hartford, CT. He was identified as Andrew Berardino, head of the household. He had a wife Anna who was from Argentina. Anna's parents were identified as being from Italy but were Spanish. In the 1930 census Andrew and Anna had four daughters: Adeline 23, Anna 22, Grace 20, and Mary 14. Andrew and Mary were alone in the 1940 census.

I would appreciate hearing from anyone who has information about the descendants of this family.

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