Fratellanza Society Burial Records
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Fratellanza Society Burial Records

Italian immigrants started the Unione Fratellanza Italiano Society on 12 November 1866. The members wanted to help care for other members. One member was a doctor who provided free medical services. The society provided a burial lot at Calvary Cemetery for those who died. The burials were in society section 17, lots 20 and 22. This practice was discontinued about 1900; however, the last burial was in 1941.

The name of the deceased and the date of burial are provided in this index. Calvary Cemetery records are available on the St. Louis Genealogical Society Cemetery CD number one, available at CD Products, and up-to-date information is available on the St. Louis Catholic Cemeteries website.

Robert Hawkins contributed this index for publication in the 1995 St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly, volume 28, number 2, pages 35–41.

Fratellanza Society Burial Records

Showing records 3 to 27 of 318.

NameBurial DateNotes
Amaldo, Orconato 24 Mar 1904 Ch. of
Anatto, Katie F. R. 16 Feb 1870 (ch)
Arada, Cecilia 21 Feb 1910
Arado, James 9 Jun 1878 (ch)
Arado, Johanna 13 May 1871
Arado, Jos. 26 Nov 1900
Aralda, William 6 May 1870 (ch)
Arata, Vincent 4 Aug 1869 (ch)
Arate, John 23 Jan 1896
Arato, U. 21 Sep 1875 (ch)
Arcanato, Tillie 28 Feb 1905
Arconti, Baby 18 Feb 1914
Ardiccioni, Gladys 9 Oct 1920 Infant
Arrado, Augustino 2 Oct 1867 (ch)
Arratta, Katie F. R. 15 Feb 1870 11 yrs
Arreto, Johanna 11 May 1870 (ch)
Bacigalapo, Mary 23 Aug 1883
Bacigalupo, Angela 17 Apr 1871
Bacigalupo, Lillian B. 26 May 1917
Bacigalupo, Louis B. 29 Nov 1883
Baciolupo, Angelo 7 Oct 1867 5 yrs
Badaracco, G, 15 Jun 1869
Badaracco, J. 29 Oct 1888
Badaracco, Joseph 6 Jan 1868
Badaracco, Mary 12 Jul 1898

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