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Joseph Molino, Hurley, Wisconsin 1912

Joseph Molino, Hurley, Wisconsin 1912

Posted: 11 Mar 2007 4:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Molino, Giovanotti
Looking for any information on my great-grandfather Joseph Molino, who was married to Ernestina (both born in Italy). They had a son, John Molino born in 1901. Joseph owned a Saloon or shop (according to the 1912 directory for Hurley). He may have died there in 1916. Any information on his life/death/saloon would be appreciated. Thank you very much!

Re: Joseph Molino, Hurley, Wisconsin 1912

Posted: 16 Mar 2007 2:33AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello, Joseph Molino is buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kimball Twp., Hurley. Since you looked in the Gogebic Directory, you will notice that he lived on Silver St. Years ago, Silver Street have quite a few saloons (bars).
You might want to look under Gogebic County GenWeb or email them to ask if they have any information in their records about Joseph.
The river is the division line between Ironwood, MI and Hurley, WI.

John Molino was born 23 Oct 1901, Iron Co., WI and died 20 Sep 1980, Sacramento Co., CA.

There is also another Molino born in Iron County. That was Domenick, born 6 Aug 1906.

Good luck in your search. Have been on Silver Street quite a few times.
Margie Baker
Turtle Lake, WI

Re: Joseph Molino, Hurley, Wisconsin 1912

Posted: 16 Mar 2007 3:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
There are three cemeteries in Hurley, and they are all located in the city of Hurley, NOT Kimball Township. The error evidently occurred when someone was preparing a list of cemeteries in WI. The three cemeteries located within the city limits of Hurley (on the south side of the city, east of highway 51) are: St Mary's - owned by the Hurley Catholic parish,and for members of the Catholic parishes of St Mary's, Hurley, Sacred Heart (now defunct) of Montreal, and Holy Redeemer (formerly St Anthony's Pence, also now closed); Sharey Zedek ("Gate of Charity" - the Jewish cemetery, named after the synagogue in Hurley which functioned from about 1892 to 1940; and the Hurley City cemetery, popularly referred to as the Protestant cemetery but in fact owned by the city of Hurley.

Paul S.

Re: Joseph Molino, Hurley, Wisconsin 1912

Posted: 16 Mar 2007 4:10AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you so much for the information and for taking the time to respond! It is very much appreciated.

Re: Joseph Molino, Hurley, Wisconsin 1912

Posted: 2 Apr 2010 12:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Iron......I am John "JACK" Molino's nephew, by marraige. He married into my family in the 10's or early 20's. He came to Sacto. at the age of 13 and lived there with his Aunt, he was a very industrious man as at the age of 19 he had 2 grocery stores in Sacto. in 1924 he moved to Walnut Grove, CA, (20 miles south of Sacramento on the Sacramento River) opened a Chevrolet agency in Walnut Grove, CA and up the river in Clarksburg just a few miles south of Sacto.. He had the agency in Walnut Grove until 1969. He also owned a few hundred acres of Pears here in the Delta and he bought a Bar/Restaurant in 1961 when he was 60 years of which my Father ran, Jack's interest, for almost 30 years. He and his wife also owned a town here called "Locke" from the mid 1960's until my Father talked him into selling it in 1977....Long story. He, Jack, was instrumental in helping a buddy start a grocery store chain in Sacto. called Raley's as well as helping another friend start up another business in Lake Tahoe, Nevada....Harvey's Resort Casino. Jack had no formal education but was self taught and one would not have known he he dropped out of school at age 13, he was always a true Gentleman, soft spoken and kind hearted as well as respected by his peers......who are you? I can be reached at c-j3@msn.com. My name is C.J. Jensen.
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