Pietro DiMaggio appears in the Painesville, Ohio, area between 1909 and 1923. He probably migrated to Painesville with his brother, Salvatore, in 1910. In America, Pietro DiMaggio was known as Pedro DiMaggio.
Pietro DiMaggio was born on September 3, 1869, at Palermo, Sicily. Pietro died on December 2, 1941, at the Lake County Home, Painesville, Lake County, Ohio, at age 72, of arteriosclerosis. His body was interred at St. Mary Cemetery at Painesville Township, Lake County, Ohio.
Pietro DiMaggio immigrated to the United States on May 28, 1906. He was traveling to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to join his brother-in-law, Giovanni Mansueto. Pietro, age 39, re-enters the United States on May 7, 1909. He was returning to Pittsburgh, joining his brother, Salvatore DiMaggio. In 1923, Pietro’s name appears on a Passenger Ship Manifest for Salvatore D’Aiello. When Salvatore immigrated to the Unites States, he was joining Pietro, his cousin, who was living at 527 State Street, Painesville, Lake County, Ohio. Pietro’s sister, Rosalia DiMaggio, was married to Painesville resident, Ignazio Mansueto.
Pietro DiMaggio was enumerated for the 1930 Census of the United States, on April 28, 1930, living at 798 Prospect Street, Painesville, as a roomer of Antonina Riccobono. Antonina Riccobono was the widow of Antonino Fontana. Pietro DiMaggio was probably related to Antonino Fontana through Antonino’s mother (Santa Caporrino).
Pietro DiMaggio was retired from the New York Central Railroad. He was a section hand for seven years.