Long Island City New York Star Journal
August 13, 1940
Hepburn-Groth - Benjamin H. Hepburn Jr., 24 of 46 Maple Road, Inwood and Margaret C. Groth, 23 of 10-10 149th St. Whitestone
POUGHKEEPSIE NY DAILY EAGLE SEPTEMBER 29, 1934
TORELLO BUCCHIONI DIES AT HOME HERE
Torello Bucchioni,70, Rhinebeck fruit and candy dealer, died at his home Thursday night after a long illness.
The funeral will be held from the Church of the Good Shepherd, Rhinebeck, at 10 O'clock Monday morning and burial will be in Rhinebeck Cemetery.
Mr. Bucchioni was a native of Italy and had lived in Rhinebeck 38 years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Devoll Bucchioni; five children, Mrs. J. Guilfoil, Mrs. B.H. Hepburn, and Mrs. C. Olowatsky, Marion and Daniel Bucchioni and 10 grandchildren.
There was an obit for Torello's son that listed his name as Mario rather than Marion. Mario's mother's name was given as Deserata.
RHINEBECK NEW YORK GAZETTE
SEPTEMBER 17, 1898
Desiderata Bucchioni wife of Torello Bucchioni died at her home on East Market Street on Thursday September 15, age 28 years. She leaves a husband and three small children, the youngest being but eight months old. The deceased was a sister of Alex Mamini who has fruit stores in Saugerties and Wappinger Falls.
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Another article has Desiderata's last name spelled as Mammini.