RALPH SICONOLFI - For more than a decade The Bronx has been the scene of Mr. Siconolfi's business activity.
He was born November 11, 1873, in Guardia Lombardi, province of Avellino, Italy, a son of Alphonse and Mary (Bartimmo)
Siconolfi. His father, a contractor, was likewise a native of Guardia Lombardi, while his mother was born in Rochetta
St. Antonio, province of Avellino, Italy.
Ralph Siconolfi was educated in the Normal School of his native town. At the age of twenty one he came to the United
States and settled in Manhattan. In 1913 he removed to The Bronx and until 1915 engaged in the cut stone business.
In that year he became associated with Dominick A. Trotta in the real estate and insurance business at No. 391
East One Hundred and Forty ninth Street, The Bronx, an association which he has maintained since then. He is a
member of La Fraterna Society of New York, The Bronx Real Estate Board and The Bronx Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Siconolfi was married on February 17, 1900, in the Church of Mount Carmel, One Hundred and Fifteenth Street
and First Avenue, to Mary Santora, of New York City, daughter of Joseph and Rosa (Cuzzi) Santora. Mr. and Mrs.
Siconolfi are the parents of three children: Alphonse, born February 27, 1901; Rose, born June 26, 1903; and Elena,
born November 21, 1911. The family home is at No. 3219 Kossuth Avenue.
The Bronx and its people
A History 1609-1927
Board of Editors: James L. Wells,
Louis F. Haffen
Josiah A. Briggs.
Historian: Benedict Fitspatrick
Publisher: The Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Inc.
New York 1927
Bronx County, NY
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