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- On 18 August 1975 Mary Dizazzo died at Lawrence General Hospital, Lawrence, Mass.; she was buried
at Elmwood Cemetery, Methuen, Mass. on 19 August 1975.
- The Lawrence City Directory for 1939 lists
Angelo DiZazzo and wife Maria residing at
232 Elm St..
- 1930 U.S. Census (on line #49), dwelling at
232 Elm St., Lawrence,
with husband Andrew [sic] and three children:
and employed as a twister at a worsted mill.
- 1920 U.S. Census listed as boarders
at the home of Antonio Colletto, 113 Chestnut St., Lawrence, Mass., the "Dizzozzazo family of
Angelo Di Zazzo, aged 35, (arrived America 1913) Mary Di Zazzo, aged 21 (arived America 1906) and
- On 14 May 1917 Angelo Dizazzo and Mary Dizazzo were
married in a civil ceremony in Lawrence, Mass. It was a first marriage for each. Groom was residing at 113 Elm. St., Lawrence and
his parents were Achillo Dizazzo and Maria Carpone. Bride was residing at 175 Elm St., Lawrence and her parents were
Alex Dizazzo and Angelina Secoricca.
- The passenger manifest for the ship Romanic,
departed Naples 10 April 1907 and arrived Boston 22 April 1907,
shows on line 16
an Angela Seccareccia, age 49 years,
traveling to meet her husband Alexander Di Zazzo; she was accompanied
And by Antonio DiZazzo age 24, a married man, the brother of Alessandro Di Zazzo.
On the same ship was an Antonio DiZazzo age 24, a married man.
- On 30 September 1898 Maria Carmina Di Zazzo
was born in Rocca d'Evandro, Caserta, Italy,
of Alessandro Di Dazzo and Angela Secareccia.
- According to her son Alec DiZazzo, Mary Di Zazzo worked at the Ayer Mill, Lawrence, Mass.
- According to her son Joseph DiZazzo, Mary's father Alexander returned to Italy with his wife in 1925.
- This record last updated 26 October 2010 by D. Trumbull.