Natalina Eleanora Bianchi was born 19 June 1864 in Asiago, Italy. Her parents
were Cristiano Bianchi and Angela Rodeghiero.
- 1865: Antonio
Cunico was born 9 July 1865 in Asiago, Italy. His parents were Cristiano
Modesto Cunico and Giacomina Mosele.
- 1874: Fred
Cunico was born to Cristiano Modesto Cunico and Giacomina Mosele in Asfold
Hanover or Dresdon Germany 11 July 1874.
- 1889: Antonio
Cunico and Natalina Bianchi were married 3 August 1889. Cristiano and Antonio
came to the United States later the same year. Christafore Cunico the first
son of Antonio and Natalina Cunico was born 15 September 1889 in Fraiberg,
Christafore Cunico, son of Antonio and Natalina Cunico died 13 August 1890.
- 1891: The
second son of Antonio and Natalina, Christafore Cunico was born 14 January
1891 in Fraiberg, Germany. He died 9 February 1891.
Angeline Cunico, the third child of Antonio and Natalina Cunico was born 22
February 1893 in Iron Mountain, Michigan. She died 7 August 1893.
Christopher Frederick (Modesto) Cunico was born to Antonio and Natalina
Cunico on the 15 September 1894 in Pana, Illinois. He was their fourth child
and only son to live to maturity.
- 1896: The
fifth child, Angeline, was born April 22, 1896 to Antonio and Natalina Cunico in Minook,
- 1897: The
sixth child, Ambrogine Eleanora was born to Antonio and Natalina Cunico 14
October 1897 in Mistick, Iowa.
- 1899: The
seventh child, Mary Fortunata was born to Antonio and Natalina Cunico 28
October 1899 in Ironwood, Michigan.
- 1900: United
States Census taken 16 June 1900 in Bessemer, Michigan.
- 1901: Antonio
Cunico, the eighth child born to Antonio and Natalina Cunico was born 16
September 1901 in Hurley, Wisconsin. Antonio died there September 18, 1901.
- 1903: John
Domenico, the ninth child born to Antonio and Natalina Cunico on 2 October
1903. John died 17 January 1904.
- 1904 to 1909:
The family moved back to Michigan as Mary Mairet said they moved to
Marseilles, Illinois from Michigan. Probably Bssemer, Michigan as they talked
about the steel mills there.
- 1910: Mary
Mairet said the family moved to Marseilles, Illinois when she was 10 years
old. Their uncle Fred was already there. Albert Cunico, Fred's son was born in
Ottawa 26 May 1902. Chris was 16 years old then. Some time between 1910 and
1914 they moved from Marseilles to Davenport, Iowa.
- 1914: Chrisís
mother died there in Davenport, Iowa, on 10 November 1914 of cancer of the
Uterus and Stomach. When Chris was old enough he worked on the Bettendorf
Bridge and at one time worked as a keggler in a Brewery.
1918: Chris joined the United States Navy 10 June 1918 in
Chicago, Illinois. World War I ended and Chris returned home staying in the
Reserves. He went to work as a tile layer in Davenport, Iowa. He said it was
the best job he ever had.
- 1919: Chris married Louella Barth, 1 March 1919 in Marseilles, Illinois.
They lived in Davenport, Iowa until the fall of 1919 when they moved to
Marseilles, Illinois. They bought the home next door to Louella's parents. He
went to work for the National Biscuit Company. Charles Christopher Cunico, the
first son of Chris and Louella Cunico was born in Marseilles, Illinois on 24
- 1920: Chris got upset with the foreman at National Biscuit, quit, walked
down the street and went to work for Hunter-Allen Lumber.
- 1921: The second son born to Chris and Louella Cunico, William Barth
Cunico was born 10 October 1921 in Marseilles, Illinois.
- 1925: The third son, born 6 July 1925 to Chris and Louella Cunico
inMarseilles, Illinois was Thomas Laverne Cunico.
- 1926: Robert Walter Cunico the fourth son of Chris and Louella Cunico was
born 25 July 1926 in Marseilles, Illinois.
- 1927: Louella Barth Cunico's" mother, Annie Walker died 20 December 1927
of Apoplexy (stroke).
- 1928: The fifth and last son born to Chris and Louella Cunico was Barth
Phillip Cunico, 6 January 1928 Marseilles, Illinois. Chris and Louella Cunico
moved their family into Jacob Barth's home (Louella's father) at 815 Union
Street to take care of him. Chris's father died 16 November 1928 in Davenport,
Iowa of Carcinoma of the stomach.
- 1942: Chris went to work for DuPont in Seneca, Illinois. He worked there
until 1946 when he went back to I & R Beatty Lumber Company.
- 1943: Chris and Louella bought the home at 815 Union Street from Jacob
Barth on 27 November 1943. All the kids sent money home while they were in the
service to help pay for it.
- 1948: Jacob Augusta Barth died in Nappanee, Indiana while visiting his
daughter Christiana Walters 31 March 1948 of Congestive Heart Failure.
- 1950: Chris's sister, Angelina Cunico Rigoni died 24 March 1950. She died
Petoskey, Michigan and is buried in Ironwood, Michigan.
- 1957: Chris had his leg amputated in January or February of 1957 at the
Dwight Veterans Hospital, Dwight, Illinois. Chris retired from I & R Beatty
- 1962: Christopher. Frederick Cunico died 17 May 1962 at his home in
Marseilles, Illinois of Tackycardial Infarction and Arteriosclertic heart
disease. He is buried at the Riverview Cemetery in Marseilles. He was buried
on 20 May 1962.