Philip Joseph "Joey" Picco
- Born: 1861, Burnt Islands, Newfoundland
- Marriage (1): Mary Connors on 24 Oct 1903 in St. Kyran's, Newfoundland
- Died: 25 Aug 1927, Newfoundland, Canada at age 66
Cause of his death was Drowned.
Another name for Philip was Philip Picco.
There is a burial in Clattice Harbor Cemetery assigned to James Picco 1905-1907 who died from diptheria. It is probable that this is another of their sons. I will place him with this family until I find documentation to prove otherwise.
Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949
Event Date:25 May 1891
Event Place:Burnt Island, Newfoundland, Canada
Father's Name:Stephen Picco
Mother's Name:Charlotte M
In 1921 Clattice Harbor, Newfoundland
Joseph PiccoHeadMale60Burnt Island - 1861
Mary PiccoWifeFemale40Clattis Harbour - 1881
Ann PiccoDaughterFemale9Clattis Harbour _1912
Thos PiccoSonMale4Clattis Harbour _ 1917
Lenora ConnorsMother-in-lawFemale75White Point - 1846
Found a death record for Joseph Picco age 70 drowned Placentia Bay East on 25 Aug 1927; body not found; signed by Rev A. Fyme; born St. Joseph's....also drowned that day was John Follett who drowned Placentia Bay W born Clattice Harbor; body not found; signed by Rev A. Fyme.
Facebook posting 190219 - Pete Rogers
Joseph Picco was washed overboard from the schooner Mary Bernice owned by Lakes of Darby's Harbour.
Philip married Mary Connors, daughter of John O'Connor and Hannorah, on 24 Oct 1903 in St. Kyran's, Newfoundland. (Mary Connors was born in 1881 in Clattice Harbor NW, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died after 1945 in S. E. Bight, Newfoundland, Canada and was buried in S. E. Bight Cemetery, Newfoundland.)
NFLD vital records
Married by Rev. W. P. Doutney
wits: John Brewer/Anne Connors