Domenico Palangio

Domenico Palangio first appears at Painesville Township, Lake County, Molise, in 1899.  When Domenico immigrated to the United States, Painesville, Ohio, was his destination.  He was joining his brother-in-law, Nicandro Cardegna in Painesville.  In America, Domenico Palangio was known Dominic Palangio.

Domenico Palangio, son of Filippo Palangio and Lucia DiCristofaro, was born in October, 1862, at Frosolone, Isernia Province, Molise, Italy.  He married Francesca Cardegna, daughter of Giuseppe Cardegna and Annantonia Colavecchio, on September 20, 1888 at Frosolone, Italy.

Domenico Palangio, age 36, immigrated to the United States on March 13, 1899, travelling to Painesville, Lake County, Ohio.  He returned to Italy in 1907.  Domenico Palangio is shown as re-entering the United States on March 23, 1909. He was traveling to Painesville, Ohio.   In 1914, Domenico’s nephew, Felice Russo, joined him in Painesville.  Another Passenger Ship Manifest shows that Domenico was still in Painesville in 1916.  He probably returned to Italy shortly after World War I.  Domenico was employed by the Storr’s and Harrison’s Nursery when in Painesville.