Manuel Coutinho petition for naturalization

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Title

Manuel Coutinho petition for naturalization

Subject

Description

Manuel's residence was listed as 268 Commercial St. in Boston. His mother was Julia Maria Alves. His current occupation was listed as "Lodging House Keener". He was born on December 24, 1883 in St. Vincent on the island of Cape Verde. He emmigrated to the United States on April 1, 1917 to stay with his brother, Francisco, at 120 Hamilton Ave. in Broolyn, New York. His witnesses were Hannibal Stevens (Lodging House Keeper, 7 Parmenter St.) and Giusue Catino (Barber, 34 Clark St.). He once worked as a Marine Fireman. His original Declaration of Intention is attached, where his occupation is listed as "Fireman."

Source

Collection donated courtesy of Cissy and Mia Coutinho.

Publisher

UMass Lowell, Center for Lowell History

Date

1919-03-11
1925-02-13

Rights

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Identifier

Coutinho_034

Coverage

Citation

Coutinho, Manuel, “Manuel Coutinho petition for naturalization,” Portuguese American Digital Archives, accessed October 23, 2021, https://umlportuguesearchives.omeka.net/items/show/1000.

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