Andre Cacciatore emigated to the U.S., changed his name to Henry Costello, settling on a farm in Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana, married Josephine Colletta and had five Children, Joseph, Rosalie, Virginia, Angelo and Lucille.
Joseph Costello died in 1981, had one son, Joseph Costello, Jr. who had three children. He, his children and grandchildren still reside in Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana.
Rosalie married Paul Nicosia, had no children and died in 1981.
Virginia never married, died 1994.
Angelo died before attaining adulthood thus had no children.
Lucille married Victor Silvio and had two children
Virginia (aka Sister Lucy Silvio, CSJ) and Henry Charles Silvio, who has two sons, both Henry and S. Lucy reside in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Lucille died in 1986.
After the death of his wife and son, Henry Costello moved to Benton Harbor, Mich. where he lived until 1960 when he moved back to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to live with his daughters Virginia and Lucille until he died 1963. He is buried in New Roads, Louisiana with his wife and son, Angelo.
Also, Henry Costello's best friends and cousins, Phillp D'Amico and Joseph D'Amico also settled in Pointe Coupee and Iberville Parishes, Louisiana, respectively, at the same time.
Joseph, Jr is retired from the U. S. Postal Service, Sister Lucy Silvio is a Catholic Nun and Henry Charles Silvio a practicing certified Public Accountant.
Brian Costello, of New Roads, Louisiana, is the real family historian and knows more about the D'Amico/Costello families than I do, But I am sure this is the Andre Cacciatore you're referring to in your inquiry. I've inherited a large photo of his father and mother and have it hanging in my home. We allways wondered about the earring the old gentleman has in that picture.