Etalleredo Botter

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Etallerado Botter or
Etalredo Giacinto Botter
Born 1881
Italy
Died 1914 (aged 32–33)
Hillcrest, Alberta
Cause of death Hillcrest Mine Disaster
Nationality Italian
Occupation Bucker


Early Life

Birth

Etalredo Giacinto Botter was born 27 December 1881 in the town of Altivole, Treviso, Italy

Parents

He is the son of Angelo Bartolomeo Botter and Concetta Moretto

Marriage

Etalredo married 25 August 1908 to Maddalena Maria Gazzola

Children

Immigration to Canada

1914 Ship Rochambeau Etallerado arrived at New York 18 May 1914, going to Canada

Occupation in 1914

Bucker

Hillcrest Mine Disaster June 19, 1914 - Killed

Cemetery

Etallerado's name is in the list of those miners who were buried in other graveyards in the Crowsnest Pass and elsewhere in Canada, but there is a gravestone with his name in the Mass Grave in Hillcrest.

After the Hillcrest Mine Disaster

Compensation

Schedule E
No one had applied for compensation by Feb 1915. Etalredo

Interesting Facts

The front of a gravestone in the Hillcrest cemetery is inscribed: Explosion Hillcrest, June 1914 with the following names: G. Guido (Ylio Guido), E. Rossanese (Eugenio Rossanese), and U. Mazzucchetto (Ulderico Marchetto) from Caselle, Treviso, Italy. On the back of that stone are the names E. Basso and R. Botter. Did E. Basso and R. Botter have the stone inscribed and paid for?

Etalleredo must have been at the Hillcrest Mines as a worker for little over a week.


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