Salvatore Graziano

Salvatore Graziano first appears at Painesville, Lake County, Ohio, between 1914 and 1917.  In America, Salvatore Graziano was known Sam Grazno.

Salvatore Graziano was born on Sunday, November 27, 1887, at Palermo, Sicily.  Salvatore died on June 27, 1948, at the Lake County Home, Painesville Township, Lake County, Ohio, at age 60.  Salvatore hanged himself in an apple tree.  His body was interred at St. Mary Cemetery at Painesville Township, Lake County, Ohio.

Salvatore Graziano immigrated to the United States on April 29, 1914, at age 26.

Mr. Graziano registered for the military draft for World War One on June 5, 1917.  He was living at 126 Railroad Street, Painesville, Lake County, Ohio.  He was employed as a laborer for the Diamond Alkali Company at Fairport, Ohio.  The draft card indicated that Mr. Graziano was married.

Salvatore Graziano was enumerated for the 1930 Census of the United States, on April 18, 1930, living at Painesville Ohio, as a roomer of Sallie Waters.  He became a citizen of the United States in 1931.  Salvatore resided at 200 Turney Court, Painesville, Ohio, when he was naturalized.  Salvatore Graziano was enumerated for the 1940 Census of the United States, in 1940, living at 19 South State Street, Painesville, Lake County, Ohio, as a lodger of Lillian Tillotson.

According to the 1930 Census, Salvatore was employed as a laborer at the water works.  According to the 1940 Census, he was a cook at the Crystal Restaurant in Painesville.  At the time of his death, he was a dishwasher at a restaurant.

Mr. Graziano lived at the Lake County Home for about two and a half years prior to his death.