Liborio DiCristofaro first appears in the Painesville, Ohio, area in 1903.
Liborio DiCristofaro, son of Ferdinando DiCristofaro and Teresa D’Alessandro, was born on April 25, 1887, at Frosolone, Italy. He married Maria Carmina Zampini, daughter of Felice Zampini and Teresa Notte, about 1913 at Frosolone, Italy. Liborio died in September, 1950, at Frosolone, Italy.
Liborio DiCristofaro first immigrated to the United States on March 11, 1903, at age 15, travelling to Painesville, Lake County, Ohio. He was joining his uncle, Orazio Notte. Liborio returned to Italy in 1906. He re-enters the United States on September 14, 1910, travelling to Madison, Lake County, Ohio, joining his brother, Giuseppe DiCristofaro. Liborio returned to Italy in 1912. He re-enters the United States on March 19, 1914, returning to Painesville. He was joining his brother-in-law, Egidio Zampini.
Liborio DiCristofaro registered for the World War I Draft on June 5, 1917. He was living at 147 Storrs Street, Painesville. He probably returned to Italy after World War I. Liborio most of the 1940’s working in Argentina.
Three of Liborio’s brother also lived in Painesville, Ohio. Donato DiCristofaro migrated to Painesville in 1906. Giuseppe DiCristofaro migrated to Painesville in 1906. And Nicola DiCristofaro immigrated in 1910. Liborio was married to the sister of Painesville resident’s Egidio Zampini and Domenica Zampini. Liborio’s father-in-law, Felice Zampini, also lived in Painesville.