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Family of Giuseppe AZARO and Teresa BONINO

Husband: Giuseppe AZARO (1846- )
Wife: Teresa BONINO ( - )
Children: Manuel Felix Cipriano AZARO (1877- )
Teresa AZARO (1876- )
Jose AZARO (1881- )
Carlos AZARO (1883- )
Juan AZARO (1885- )
Benito AZARO (1886- )
Andres AZARO (1886- )
Geronimo AZARO (1890- )
Francisco AZARO (1891- )
Mariano AZARO (1893- )
Ramon AZARO (1894- )
Marriage 1875 Merlo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Husband: Giuseppe AZARO

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Giuseppe AZARO

Name: Giuseppe AZARO
Sex: Male
Father: Emmanuelle AZARO (1817-1883)
Mother: Teresa STAGNARO (1819- )
Birth 9 Sep 1846 Casarza Ligure, Italy

Wife: Teresa BONINO

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Teresa BONINO

Name: Teresa BONINO
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -

Child 1: Manuel Felix Cipriano AZARO

Name: Manuel Felix Cipriano AZARO
Sex: Male
Birth 1877 General Las Heras, Argentina

Child 2: Teresa AZARO

Name: Teresa AZARO
Sex: Female
Birth 1876 General Las Heras, Argentina

Child 3: Jose AZARO

Name: Jose AZARO
Sex: Male
Birth 1881 General Las Heras, Argentina

Child 4: Carlos AZARO

Name: Carlos AZARO
Sex: Male
Birth 1883 General Las Heras, Argentina

Child 5: Juan AZARO

Name: Juan AZARO
Sex: Male
Birth 1885 General Las Heras, Argentina

Child 6: Benito AZARO

Name: Benito AZARO
Sex: Male
Birth 1886 General Las Heras, Argentina

Child 7: Andres AZARO

Name: Andres AZARO
Sex: Male
Birth 1886 General Las Heras, Argentina

Child 8: Geronimo AZARO

Name: Geronimo AZARO
Sex: Male
Birth 1890 General Las Heras, Argentina

Child 9: Francisco AZARO

Name: Francisco AZARO
Sex: Male
Birth 1891 General Las Heras, Argentina

Child 10: Mariano AZARO

Name: Mariano AZARO
Sex: Male
Birth 1893 General Las Heras, Argentina

Child 11: Ramon AZARO

Name: Ramon AZARO
Sex: Male
Birth 1894 General Las Heras, Argentina

Note on Husband: Giuseppe AZARO - shared note

1. There is an entry for Giuseppe in the conscription lists (Lista di Leva) but he is marked as 'Renitente 14/10/1866'. So he failed to turn up, but no reason is given.

 

2. In the 1895 census of Argentina there is a record of a Jose Azaro, aged 45, in Partido Las Heras, Buenos Aires. The age would be overstated by about 4 years but the 'proof' that this is really 'our' Giuseppe is contained in Note 4 below. Two other elements of confirmation are also that :

(i). His two eldest children were named Manuel and Teresa, which are the names of the parents of Giuseppe.

(ii). Camillo Azaro, the son of Antonio, also appears to be living in Las Heras in 1906.

 

3. The above census record of 1895 lists the following members of his family living with him :

His wife Teresa Bonino, born 1861

Teresa aged 19

Jose aged 14

Carlos aged 12

Juan aged 10

Benito aged 9

Andres aged 9

Geronimo aged 5

Francisco aged 4

Mariano aged 2

Ramon aged 1

 

In addition to these there is a record of Manuel Felix Cipriano Azaro born in 1877 in General Las Heras, son of Jose Azaro and Teresa Bonino.

 

4. The marriage act of Jose Azaro and Teresa Bonino can be found in 1875 in the Church of Nuestra Senora de la Merced in Merlo, Buenos Aires. This tells us that Jose Azaro is the son of Manuel Azaro and Teresa Estañares (or something like that). Clearly the mother's surname isn't Stagnaro, so it isn't quite right, but it seems as though the Italian 'Stagno' (=tin) has been translated into the Spanish 'Estaño'. Apart from this slight difficulty, I have little doubt in saying that this Jose Azaro, son of Manuel Azaro and Teresa Estañares is the same as Giuseppe Azaro, the son of Emanuele Azaro and Teresa Stagnaro. His age in the marriage record is given as 34, so he seems to be consistently overstating by 4-5 years.