Morelli & Vanoni Genealogy - Person Sheet
Morelli & Vanoni Genealogy - Person Sheet
NameROSSI, Elvira Cristina Aldegonda
Birth4 Aug 1887, Agnino, Italy
Death27 Jan 1923, Sebastopol, California
BurialSebastopol, California
OccupationHome maker
ReligionCatholic
Spouses
Birth5 Apr 1881, Garzeno, Italy
Death23 Oct 1915, Marshall, California
BurialOct 1915, Tomales, California
OccupationDairy farmer
ReligionCatholic
FatherALBINI, Pietro Stefano (1852-1917)
MotherPOZZI, Brigida (~1851-1934)
Marriage18 Aug 1906, Santa Rosa, California
ChildrenSanti (Died as Infant) (1907-1907)
 George (1910-1927)
Birth15 Aug 1865, Premia, Italy
Death26 Dec 1935, Santa Rosa, California
BurialTomales, California
FatherMARINI, Giuseppe (1831-1908)
MotherD’ANDREA, Margarite (1826-)
ChildrenBridget Rose (1915-1996)
Birth26 Sep 1889, Garzeno, Italy
Death18 Nov 1936, Santa Rosa, California
Burial1936, Sebastopol, California
OccupationDairy farmer
ReligionCatholic
FatherALBINI, Paolo (1836-1925)
MotherBARELLA, Rosalia (1846-1913)
Marriage29 Sep 1917, Santa Rosa, California
ChildrenHelen Mabel (1918-2007)
 Jennie (Jane) (1919-2016)
 Emma Margaret (1920-2011)
 Edward Colombo (1921-1944)
Notes for Elvira Cristina Aldegonda ROSSI
Elvira was born in Agnino (N 44º14'34.41", E 10º04'52.83"), a small town in the mountains east of La Spezia, Italy.

Elvira sailed aboard the La Lorraine from Le Havre, France and arrived in New York on March 11, 1906. She was accompanied by her 20-year old distant cousin, Cassimira Novelli. Her older brother, Beniamino was already living in the Santa Rosa area. Elvira had been in Santa Rosa for only a month when the town was destroyed and more than 100 people were killed by the great earthquake of April 18, 1906. Abramo Albini met Elvira at the home of another of her cousins, Christina Rossi Asti. Elvira stayed at Christina’s home when she first came to America. After less than 6 months in America, she married Abramo at the age of 19, and they moved a number of times, first on a ranch near Marshall and finally settling on a ranch along the Estero Americano, several miles south of Bodega (N 38º19'09", W 122º58'55"). There were rumors that she died from a botched abortion when pregnant for the 9th time.
Notes for Abramo (Spouse 1)
Abramo was born in Garzeno (N 46º08'02.6", E 9º14'55"), a small hillside town above the western shore of Lake Como, Italy.

Abramo sailed from Southampton, England aboard the St. Louis and arrived in New York on January 29, 1900. In 1906 he settled on a Marshall Road ranch in partners with his brother, David, who came to the USA in 1905. In October, 1915 he was injured falling off a horse. He died of pneumonia about one week later.

After Abramo’s death, George, Stella, and Bridget lived for several months with their uncle, David Albini on the old Mazzucchi Ranch (N 38º16'02", W 122º52'10", Valley Ford Franklin School Road).
Notes for Charles Phillip (Spouse 2)
In 1914 Elvira Albini was married to Abramo Albini when Bridget was conceived by an adulterous liaison with Charles Marino, the hired ranchhand, 22 years her senior. Several months later, Charles fathered twin boys with Caterina Pozzi. He went on to father 2 more children with Caterina before he married her.

Charles was born Charles Marini in Premia, Italy, a small mountain town near the western border of Switzerland’s Ticino canton. After entering the USA, he changed his name to Marino.
Notes for John B. (Spouse 3)
John Albini was a distant cousin of Abramo Albini, Elvira’s first husband. He came to the USA in December, 2006 at the age of 17. The records show that he had a brother, Paolo, already living in California.
Last Modified 5 Dec 2015Created 9 Jun 2019 by Dennis W. Morelli
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