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From: "Vincent E. Summers" <>
Subject: [Phly-Rts] New News on CERONIO -- I've Found Two of the Sons
Date: Fri, 4 Dec 2009 07:46:07 -0500
In my efforts to track down Revolutionary War Agent to Hispaniola
Stephen Ceronio (who had come from Italy to Philadelphia), I just
managed to track down two of three of Stephen's sons. The timing,
plus the names, plus the location, plus one's death and age (not to
mention a descendant of one son) have all given me this. From the
1819 East India directory and register,
Ceronio, James, ship builder, 1800
----------, E. indigo manufacturer, Nuddeah, 1803
The E is Edward. William's the only missing one now.
The death information is:
The Times -- India, Dec 18, 1860.
Dec 6, 1860
At Chandernagore of Fever
Age 77 years.
The complete name is James Montague Delare CERONIO.
My guess would be more like James Montague De Lair Ceronio or
something like that. The reason is I see a BEAN named George Montague
De Lair BEAN and he's likely a descendant, since one Eveline Catherine
Jekyll CERONIO did marry a BEAN.
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