||12 Jul 1849
||Italy [1, 2, 3, 4]
||, Ontario 
||Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario 
|Roman Catholic |
||Baden, Waterloo Region, Ontario 
|Roman Catholic |
||Ailsa Craig, Middlesex Co., Ontario 
|killed in car crash |
||Matilda Migliarini |
|Eby ID Number
||21 Nov 1931
||, Middlesex Co., Ontario 
|Cause: Crushed Skull |
||St. Agatha Roman Catholic Cemetery, St. Agatha, Waterloo Region, Ontario
||15 Mar 2017 |
||Petro Migliarini, b. 17 Mar 1848, Italy , d. 24 Dec 1900 |
| ||1. Eliscum Migliarini, b. 1875, , Ontario , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||2. Ersilio Migliarini, b. 1877, Baden, Waterloo Region, Ontario , d. 1936|
| ||3. Mary Migliarini, b. 1882, , Ontario , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||4. Joseph Migliarini, b. 8 Jul 1883, , Ontario , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||5. Mae Migliarini, b. Abt 1884, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||6. Rosie M. (Rosa) Migliarini, b. 3 Oct 1886, , Ontario , d. 1 Jul 1895|
| ||7. Matilda Migliarini, b. 14 Oct 1888, , Ontario , d. Yes, date unknown|
- Mrs. Migliarini, of Baden, Instantly Killed Near Ailsa Craig
Mrs. Matilda Migliarini, of Baden, mother of Mr. Ersilo Migliarini, of this town, was instantly killed last Saturday forenoon, when a coupe driven by her daughter, Mae, skidded in loose gravel and plunged into the ditch on the highway near Ailsa Craig. Miss Migliarini and her mother left Baden on Saturday morning to spend the weekend in Thedford at the home of Mr. Peter Tomasino, an aged family friend of their native land of Italy. In St. Mary's they had a mishap by colliding with a truck, but no serious damage to their car was found by the mechanic in a St. Mary's garage and they proceeded on their way only to meet with the second sad accident. Mrs. Migliarini was instantly killed. Having her head crushed beneath the upturned car, but the daughter escaped serious injury. The remains of the accident victim were brought to Becker's undertaking establishment here and later removed to the home of her son from whence the funeral was held on Monday forenoon to the local RC Church and thence to the Catholic Cemetery at St. Agatha.
The late Mrs. Migliarini was born in Italy on July 12th, 1849 and came with her husband to Baden 56 years ago and had resided there since. During her long residence in the village she won the esteem of a large circle of friends. She was a devout adherent of the RC Church and a constant worshipper in Holy Family Church, New Hamburg. Her husband, the late Peter Migliarini predeceased her by 31 years. Three sons and two daughters survive her, namely, Leso, and Joseph, of Kitchener, Ersilio, of New Hamburg, Mrs. George Lobsinger, of Kitchener, and May at home.1a
1aNew Hamburg Independent Nov 27 1931 pg 1
- [S133] Census - ON, Waterloo, Wilmot - 1901, Wilmot H-4 Page 11.
- [S1507] Census - ON, Waterloo, Baden - 1911, Baden Div. 13 Page 16.
- [S939] Census - ON, Waterloo, Wilmot - 1891, Div. 2 Page 40.
- [S2555] News - ON, Waterloo, New Hamburg - New Hamburg Independent (1917 -, Mrs. Migliarini, of Baden, Instantly Killed Near Ailsa Craig - Nov 27 1931 pg 1.
|Birth - 12 Jul 1849 - Italy
|Immigration - 1874 - Canada
|Immigration - 1875 - , Ontario
|Religion - Roman Catholic - 1891 - Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario
|Religion - Roman Catholic - 1911 - Baden, Waterloo Region, Ontario
|Misfortune - killed in car crash - 1931 - Ailsa Craig, Middlesex Co., Ontario
|Died - Cause: Crushed Skull - 21 Nov 1931 - , Middlesex Co., Ontario
|Buried - - St. Agatha Roman Catholic Cemetery, St. Agatha, Waterloo Region, Ontario