Louise Corso & Amalia at Lake Hillsboro
Betoche Family photo:
(back row) Frank Borgon, Amalia Betoche (Joe's wife), Kate Betoche, Joe Betoche, Louis Betoche, and his wife Delores Harkey
(front row) Jesse Betoche, John Betoche, Louis & Delores' children Trudy and Picky (Tootsie & Peggy?)
Betoche Family (very old photo)
Betoche Family (old photo):
Louis, Joe, Amalia, Kate, Joe's father, Amelia, Jesse, John
Amalia moved to Ladd, IL with 4 of her children in 1911 to be with Guiseppe who was already in America. Guiseppe paid for his wife and children to come to America.
She moved to Hillsboro eventually and lived at 1043 Ecoles (School St.), first house on left. Burried at cemetery in Hillsboro (Catholic cemetery at west end of Tremont St.)
5'1'' tall, dark hair/complexion/eyes.
Lists Uncle Antonio Bettocchi as a relative in Italy, probably her husband's uncle or brother.
The ship Amalia took to America was named La Provence: built in 1906 - torpedoed in the Mediterranean by a German U-boat; 930 lost on February 26, 1916.
41B 77 68-20 3B Betoche Amalia Wife-H F W 50 Italy
41B 76 68-20 3B Betoche Joe Head M W 50 Italy
41B 78 68-20 3B Betoche Kathryn Daughter F W 17 Illinois
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