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AGNES Liberato (Peter Liberato)
Birth:          9 Nov 1892 Serino, Avellino, Italy
Death:          21 Jan 1983 Philadelphia, Pa.

Serino, Italy, Birth Register, FHL microfilm 1660372, as Liberato, not Pietro Liberato, and b 9 Nov not the 3 
Dec he reported on naturalization petition and for soc sec, yet on ww2 draft reg he repors 9 Nov.
ww2 draft reg on ancestry
MasiFamTree2019 on ancestry
awt Stevens Fam Tree
Penna Federal Naturalization Rec o ancestry
1910 in Phila 1601 Porter St, salesman for shoe store
1920 in Phila 5631 Appletree St. arrived 1894 chauffeur
1930 in Phila 1641 Marston St. naturalized 1896 chauffeur taxi co.
1940 cannot find
ww2 draft reg  1519 Morris St, Phila., says b Naples, person who knows 
address Elizabeth Agnes same address, employer Yellow Cab co.
naturalization record: decl of intention 1 Dec 1919, age 27, chauffeur, 
white, med complexion, 5'4", 115 lbs, brown hair, blue eyes, b Serino b 
3 Dec 1892, lives 5631 Appletree St., arrived on Talria (hard to read) 
in NY on 14 June 1897, wife Emma, b Phila, petition 8 Feb 1921, 5455 
Spring St. chauffeur b 3 Dec 1892 Serino, arrived 14 June 1897 Patria, 
from Naples to NY, wife Emma 10 Jun 1896, ch Madeline 11 Jul 1913 
Phila, Brenda 2 Nov 1920 Phila.
ssn 164-01-8488 issued in Pa before 1951
40-YEAR YELLOW CAB EXEC PETER AGNES: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Philadelphia Daily News (PA) - Tuesday, January 25, 1983
Peter L. Agnes, an executive with the Yellow Cab Co. for more than 40 
years, died Friday. He was 90 and lived at the Presidential Apartments 
on City Avenue. 
Agnes, who began at Yellow Cab in the 1920s, held a number of 
supervisory positions and was a traffic manager when he retired in the 
early 1960s. 
Yellow Cab accounting department employee Rose Buffington worked for 
Agnes and knew him for many years. 
"He was a great guy and very personable. He had friends all over the 
city - cops, politicians," she said. 
"His job was to handle any problems the drivers had and make sure 
places like the Civic Center got covered. 
"He was here so long, he could tell you anything about the company. 
When he left, he kept in touch with everyone." 
"He was the very precise and gentlemanly type you don't find very often 
today," said his niece, Betty Agnes Tascione. "He had all the manners 
and protocol - always a tie, careful with his clothing and hair 
Agnes, originally from South Philadelphia near 15th and Morris streets, 
was one of the original tenants of the Presidential Apartments when it 
opened about 30 years ago. 
After Agnes retired, Tascione said, he traveled extensively and made at 
least two trips to Italy. 
"He was very interested in his roots," she said. "He went to his 
mother's hometown outside Naples and stayed over there quite a while. 
"He had a full life." 
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 9 a.m. tomorrow at St. 
Thomas Aquinas Church, 17th and Morris streets. Burial will be in Holy 
Cross Cemetery, Yeadon, Delaware County. 
Friends may call from 7 to 10 tonight at the Louis E. Ingenito Funeral 
Home, 820 Christian St. Edition: 4*
Page: 22
1900 census 721 Whitney St, Phila
Anges [Agnes] Pasquale Feb 1861 Italy md 17 yrs brickmaker
Elizabeth May 1863 Italy
Millie Feb 1884 Italy coat maker
James Dec 1885 Italy barber
Corinato Mar 1888 Italy (dtr) coat maker
Francesco Oct 1891 Italy (dtr)
Libra Nov 1893 Italy (son)
Antonio Apr 1897 Pa
Pasquale arr 1894, rest in 1897
from Eileen Agnes Lynch, "We Are Family" Pete was a good singer and 
soft-shoe dancer, was taught to juggle by W.C. Fields, and developed a 
singing-dancing-juggling act popular in Philadelphia. Later toured with 
the Keith Circuit, playing vaudeville houses throughout the country. 
Later he started the first public taxi service in Camden, around 1916, 
then started a second company in Philadelphia, then sold to Yellow Cab 
in the 1920s and became one of its top executives. He was divorced, 
moved back to the Morris Street house of his parents.

AGNES Pasquale (22 Mar 1861 - 24 Nov 1937)
TORMALINA Elisabetta (Elizabeth) (14 Jan 1863 - 15 Mar 1943)

AGNES Carmela (Millie) (23 Feb 1884 - 30 Aug 1924)
AGNES Vincenzo (Jim) (22 Dec 1885 - 16 Mar 1948)
AGNES Clarinda (Clara) (23 Mar 1888 - ABT 1968)
AGNES Francesca (Frances) (4 Oct 1890 - 17 Aug 1959)
AGNES Liberato (Peter Liberato) (9 Nov 1892 - 21 Jan 1983)
AGNES Anthony (Tony) (17 Apr 1898 - 8 Nov 1956)
AGNES Michael Aloysius (13 Sep 1900 - 10 Jun 1968)
AGNES Teresa (Nov 1902 - 25 Oct 1903)
AGNES Adalina ("Ninny") (1904 - 26 Aug 1915)
AGNES Elizabeth (20 Mar 1911 - 4 Feb 2005)

Marriage To FOWLER Emma M. (10 Jun 1896 - 22 Aug 1943) m. 21 Jan 1913 New Castle Co., Del. Notes Children by FOWLER Emma M. 10 Jun 1896 - 22 Aug 1943
AGNES Madeline Ellen (11 Jul 1913 - 8 May 2000) AGNES Brenda J. (2 Nov 1920 - 1970)
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