Michael
Mignona


MICHAEL MIGNONA was born in Italy around 1886. He came to America at the age of 10, settling in Camden, where he learned the barber's trade. For many years he operated his own barbershop at 20 South 4th Street. He made his home with his wife Margaret at 429 Stevens Street in South Camden.

On August 8, 1933 he signed up as a member of the N.R.A. (National Recovery Administration) program at the post office at 415 Market Street. 

Michael Mignona was an active member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, a member of Loggia Vittorio Veneto of the Sons of Italy, and Societa Gambatesa, M.S.

Michael Mignona passed away at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital on August 28, 1954. Survived by his wife Margaret, ten children, two sisters, thirteen grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren, he was buried at Calvary Cemetery in Delaware Township (present-day Cherry Hill) NJ.


KNIGHTS OF ST. GEORGE HONOR RICO MAZZOLO

The Knights of St. George, Branch 347, entertained on Sunday night in honor of Rico Mazzolo, member of the order recently returned from a tour of the United States.

Richard A. Troncone presided as toastmaster. Others who spoke were Rev. J. A. Monaco, pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church; Rev. C. A. Cardelia, assistant to Father Monaco; Fred Scatasti, president of the organization; Matty Adinolfi, Michael Mignogna, Frank Mignogna, Carman Troncone and Frank Sioli.

Camden
Courier-Post

February 17, 1936


Camden Courier-Post - August 31, 1954


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