Balda Angelo Tamborini
14 September 1895, (baptised 17th)|
Mornago, Varese, Italy
1914 (aged 18–19)|
|Cause of death||Hillcrest Mine Disaster|
|Resting place||Hillcrest Cemetery|
- 1 Early Life
- 2 Marriage
- 3 Immigration to Canada
- 4 Occupation in 1914
- 5 Hillcrest Mine Disaster June 19, 1914 - Killed
- 6 Cemetery
- 7 After the Hillcrest Mine Disaster
- 8 Alternate Names or Alternate Spelling of Names
- 9 Interesting Facts
- 10 Interesting Facts
14 September 1895 Mornago, Varese, Italy
Luigi Tamborini and his wife Clementina Bianchi of Mornago, Varese
Note from researcher - "I'm not so sure anymore that his mother was Clementina Bianchi. The records for the Nineties
are written horizontally on loose sheets, and sometimes it is difficult to match the different parts of the records."
Miner and Siblings (in birth order)
- Baldo Tamborini
- Alberti Tamborini (different Alberti than on Hillcrest Miners Disaster list.)
Immigration to Canada
1913 Rochambeau, age 18, single, last residence Mornago, Varese, going to brother Alberti Tamborini of Montreal.
Occupation in 1914
Hillcrest Mine Disaster June 19, 1914 - Killed
Buried in the Hillcrest Cemetery, perhaps in the Mass Grave.
After the Hillcrest Mine Disaster
No one had applied for compensation by Feb 1915.
Alternate Names or Alternate Spelling of Names
A relative of Baldo's, Alberti Tamborini, was also killed in the Hillcrest Mine Disaster.
Baldo's relative Alberto Tamborini was also killed in the Hillcrest Mine Disaster.
They were both from Mornago with the same name of father but different name of mother.
Notes from C. Vollmer: My great grandmother claimed Alberti and Baldo were "only children" in their families.
Family information from Hillcrest cousin Luigi Tamborini claims they were cousins of each other and of him.
The cousins were buried beside each other in the Hillcrest Mass Grave (Italian section).
There were many Tamborini families in Mornago.
Information on birth from Archivio Storico della Diocesi di Milano and the comune of Mornago.
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