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Obituaries, Funeral Notices, & Memorial Cards

Obituaries and funeral notices published in local newspapers are extremely valuable sources of information for family historians. Although the contents may often include spelling or other mistakes, they are generally helpful to determine the picture of an extended family at a specific point in time and often provide clues to other locations where family members may be living.

The transcriptions below are as they appeared. Additional information or corrections may appear in [brackets with red type]. In some cases, original clippings were saved without dates, but other sources were used to determine which paper and date the clipping first appeared.

Obituary - Domenic Ditoto (Domenico di Tota) 1964 Domenic Ditoto
[News Clipping from:
Waterbury Republican - 25 Nov 1964]

Domenic Ditoto, 80, 12 Oak St., died yesterday at Waterbury Hospital after a brief illness.

Born May 19, 1884, in Campobasso, Italy, son of the late Clemente and Louise (Pietrunti) Ditoto [di Tota], he resided in this country, and in Waterbury, for 65 years. He was an employe of Scovill Mfg. Co. for 30 years, retiring in 1954. He was a member of the Sannitica Society and was a communicant of St. Lucy's Church. His wife, Anna (Orsatti) Ditoto, died in August.

Surviving are two sons, John and Raymond Ditoto, both of Waterbury; four daughters, Mrs. Louise Lombardo, Waterbury, Mrs. Charles [Teresa] Stanfield, Los Angeles, Cal., Mrs. John [Ida] DiLeo, Waterbury, and Mrs. John [Rita] Mongillo, Wolcott; two brothers, Anthony [Antonio] and John [Giovanni] Ditoto [di Tota], both of [Campobasso] Italy; 10 grandchildren [Ann (Lombardo) Brandmeyer, Louise (Lombardo) Lynch, Dolores (Lombardo) White, John D. Ditoto, Peter J. Ditoto, David J. DiLeo, Eleanor DiLeo, Thomas P. DiLeo, Linda S. Ditoto, Raymond Ditoto]; eight great-grandchildren [Michael Brandmeyer, Patricia Brandmeyer, Robert F. Brandmeyer, Bernard M. Lynch Jr., Louise E. Lynch, Daniel M. Lynch, Maureen A. Lynch, Kathleen L. White]; several nieces and nephews.

The funeral will be held Friday [27 Nov 1964] at 7:45 a.m. from the Maiorano Funeral Home, 95 Willow St., to St. Lucy's Church for a solemn high Mass at 8:30. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Watertown. Friends may call at the funeral home today [Wednesday, 25 Nov 1964] from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow [Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, 26 Nov 1964] from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Favalie Generali Post, Italian-American War Veterans, will meet at the funeral home today [Wednesday, 25 Nov 1964] at 7:30 p.m.









Obituary - Anna Ditoto (Anna Orsatti) 1964 Mrs. Domenic Ditoto
[News Clipping from:
Waterbury ___________ - 12 Aug 1964]

Mrs. Anna (Orsatti) Ditoto, 73, 12 Oak St., wife of Domenic Ditoto, died yesterday [Tuesday, 11 Aug 1964] after a brief illness.

She was born Feb. 28, 1891, in San Giovanni in Galdo, Province of Campobasso, Italy, the daughter of the late Justin [Giustino] and Theresa (DiCesare) Orsatti and came to Waterbury from Italy 58 years ago [arriving Friday, 4 May 1906 through Ellis Island].

Besides her husband she is survived by two sons, John and Raymond Ditoto, Waterbury; four daughters, Mrs. Louise Lombardo, Waterbury, Mrs. Charles [Teresa] Stanfield, Los Angeles, Cal., Mrs. John [Ida] DiLeo, Waterbury, and Mrs. John [Rita] Mongillo, Wolcott; two brothers, John [Giovanni Battista Orsatti] and Peter [Pietro Paolo] Orsatti, of Waterbury; One sister, Mrs. Michael Partaglia [Chiarina (Orsatti) Tartaglia], Waterbury; 10 grandchildren [Ann (Lombardo) Brandmeyer, Louise (Lombardo) Lynch, Dolores (Lombardo) White, John D. Ditoto, Peter J. Ditoto, David J. DiLeo, Eleanor DiLeo, Thomas P. DiLeo, Linda S. Ditoto, Raymond Ditoto]; eight great-grandchildren [Michael Brandmeyer, Patricia Brandmeyer, Robert F. Brandmeyer, Bernard M. Lynch Jr., Louise E. Lynch, Daniel M. Lynch, Maureen A. Lynch, Kathleen L. White]; and several nieces and nephews.

The funeral will be held tomorrow [Thursday, 13 Aug 1964] at 8 a.m. from the Maiorano Funeral Home, 95 Willow St., to St. Lucy's Church for a solemn high Mass at 9. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Watertown. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.







Obituary - Peter P. Orsatti, Sr. 1967 Obituary - Teresa (Di Cesare) Orsatti, 1925 Obituary - Justino Orsatti, Rose Orsatti

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