Ignazio Mansueto

Ignazio Mansueto appears in the Painesville, Ohio, area about 1906.  He migrated to Painesville from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Ignazio Mansueto was born about 1863 (or, possibly 1874), at Palermo, Sicily.  He was married to Rosalia DiMaggio.    

In 1907, Ignazio resided in Painesville, Ohio.  His name appears on a Ship Manifest for his brother-in-law, Salvatore D’Aiello.  Salvatore was joining Ignazio Mansueto in Painesville. 

Ignazio is shown as re-entered the United States on April 1, 1910.  He was returning to Painesville, Ohio, joining his brother-in-law, Salvatore DiMaggio.  The ship manifest indicates he lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from 1905 to 1907.  Ignazio is also shown as re-entering the United States on November 10, 1913.  He was travelling to Chicago, Cook County, Illinios.

Ignazio’s relationship to other Painesville residents, Vito Mansueto, Michele Mansueto, and Simone Mansueto are not known.