[See OPH pp. 541-550
for an extract from Marianne Holmes Thomas' work. The following material
was extracted from primary sources, independently of OPH. Can you help us
sort this family out? Please
1. Frank (Francisco) Pachico of Oak Bluffs [Not in OPH?]
b. Jan. 1852 in the Azores
He immigrated in 1882. He appears in the 1900 Cottage City census as a "day laborer" and is listed as living on Vineland Ave., Oak Bluffs, in 1907. In 1910, he appears in the Oak Bluffs census as an "odd jobs" laborer.
He m. Augusta _____ about 1875-6 (presumably in the Azores)
She was b. Apr. 1855 (or 1858-9?) in Azores
She immigrated in 1885. She appears in the 1900 and 1910 censuses with her husband and children.
Children (The 1900 census claims she had 15 children total, of whom only 5 were alive by 1900, but the 1910 census stated she had 10 children, five living.):
Manuel Pachico, b. Dec. 1877 in Azores; imm. 1885. He appears in 1900 CC census with parents, but not in 1910. He was probably the Manuel F. Pacheco, oil dealer, listed as boarding on Vineland Ave., OB in 1907.
Domingo Pachico, b. Apr. 1886 in MA. In 1900 and 1910 OB censuses with parents. (1910: Laborer, odd jobs.)
Joseph Pachico, b. May 1887 in MA In 1900 and 1910 OB censuses with parents. (1910: Laborer, odd jobs.)
Philomena (Fannie) Pachico, b. May 1891 in MA In 1900 and 1910 OB censuses with parents
2. Jules Pachico (Pachick) of Oak Bluffs.
b. 1872-3 in the Azores.
He immigrated in 1889, and appears as a laborer living on Lagoon Rd., OB, in 1907. In 1910, he appears as an odd jobs laborer in OB.
He m. (1?) _____
He m. (2?) Carrie _____ about 1900-1.
She was b. 1883-4 in the Azores, and appears with Jules in the 1910 census.
By earlier wife:
Marianna Pachico, b. 1892-3 in MA. She appears with her father in OB, 1910.
Mamie Pachico, b. 1909 in MA. With parents in OB, 1910.
[On p. P543 of OPH, MHT claims that Jencipo
Pachico and Anna Pineulet of St. Michael had five children: Joseph G., Manuel
G., Mary (Maria), Emily, and another daughter. Three of those families appear
3. Maria da Gloria Pachico of CC, 18 b. St. Michael, dau. of Jenipo Pachico and Anna Pinneulat. She was married on 3 Jun 1886 in Tisbury to Amonzo Joze de Amaral (of CC, 20, laborer, b. in St. Michael, son of Antonio Jose and Anna Jacinto.)
4. Joseph G. Pachico of Oak Bluffs
He was called the brother of Mrs. Emily Amaral of OB and Mrs. Mary Amaral of OB (1932)
b. Aug. 1862 in the Azores
He immigrated in 1883, and was undoubtedly the Joseph G. Pachico, laborer, who was living on Forest Hill Ave., OB in 1907. He appears in the 1900 Cottage City census as a day laborer (three listings away from Manuel and Louisa Pachico)
He d. Jan. 1932, aged 69.
His obituary calls him an expert worker in concrete, and a gardener.
He m. Mary G. _____ about 1888
She was b. 1872 in the Azores, and immigrated about 1887-88
She was living in 1932.
Manuel Pachico, b. Oct. 1889 in MA. He appears with his parents in CC in 1900, but not 1910. (He was possibly the Manuel Pachico of Cleveland town rd., Edgartown in 1907.) He was of New Bedford, 1932.
Mary (G.?) Pachico, b. Aug. 1890 in MA. She appears with her parents in CC, 1900. She prob. m. (1) Joseph Perry Cambra (or Canha??) in OB on 10 Jan 1910. She m. (2) _____ Fara and moved to NB by 1932.
Joseph G. Pachico Jr., b. Sept. 1894 in MA. With parents, CC, 1900, 1910. Of Oak Bluffs, 1932. [Paul Bunnell transcribed the death record of Joseph G. Paceco Jr. dated 10 Feb. 1950 by hanging. He was age 56 (b. c. 1894) It says he was the husband of Mary Motta, and the son of Joseph G. Sr. & Mary....., both of St. Michael, Azores.]
Rosa (Rosey) P. Pachico, b. Apr. 1896 in OB. With parents, CC, 1900, 1910. She m. Manuel P. Duarte. She d. 26 Apr 1926 in OB. (Seven children.)
Vincent Pachico, b. Feb. 1899 in MA. With parents, CC, 1900, 1910. Of OB, 1932.
Antone Pachico, b. 1906-7 in MA. With parents, 1910. Of OB, 1932.
Marion Pachico, b. Feb. 1910 in MA. With parents, 1910. Of OB, 1932.
Alexandrina Pachico. She does not appear with her parents in the 1900 or 1910 censuses. She m. _____ Amaral and was living in New Bedford by 1932.
5. Manuel G. Pachico, Vineyard Haven laborer
He was the son of Annie _____ who appears with him in the 1900 Cottage City census. (She was b. Feb. 1835 in Azores. She was a widow by 1900, and had 5 children She immigrated in 1885.)
b. Dec. 25 1863 in St. Michael, Azores
He immigrated in 1885. He appears in the 1900 Cottage City census, and appears as a laborer, living on Pine St., VH in 1907 and 1910-11.
He is listed as living on Pine St. VH in 1917, and as a Pine St. laborer in 1920.
He died 13 Nov 1921 in Tisbury.
He m. Louisa (Louise) (Mary) D. Teixerra about 1895-6.
She was b. Feb. 1870 in New Bedford, MA. (Both of her parents were born in the Azores.)
She appears with her husband 1900, 1920, and was living as widow in 1926 in VH. She was of Pine St., 1928.
She d. 11 May 1940 in Tisbury and was buried in Oak Bluffs.
Manuel Pachico a/k/a Manuel O. Perry b. 17 Mar 1891 in OB. He was adopted as an infant by m/m Joseph O. Perry of OB. He d. in OB 23 Nov 1926 of tuberculosis. See obit! He m. _____, and had two children: Henry Perry and Genevieve Perry.
Mary Pachico, b. 23 Nov 1893 in MA? or St. Joseph Cal.?
Joseph Pachico, b. 25 Nov 1895 in OB. Appears with wife in Tisbury in 1920 (occupation: house carpenter.) He m. Ellen (Elizabeth) E. Donnelly (b. c. 1895 in MA) on 20 Sep 1919 in VH. They had a daughter Magdelena (Madeline) E. Pachico on 3 May 1920 in Tisbury, and sons Robert Pachico (b. c. 1921-2 and died Sep 1928 in a car explosion in Tisbury) and Richard Pachico (b. c. 1920-1). Ellen was called of Teaticket in 1928. [Paul Bunnell states that Elizabeth (Donnelly) Pachico d. 1 May 1974.]
Louisa (Louise) Pachico, b. 21 Mar 1898 in OB
William H. Pachico b. 6 Jun 1900 in OB. With parents, Tisbury, 1920. He married Christine Anderson in Tisbury on 8 Sep. 1924. (She was b. c. 1900-1.)
John Augustus Pachico, b. 1 May 1903 (or 1 May 1902 in T??) Living in VH in 1917. With parents, Tisbury, 1920. He married Marjorie Lewis on 27 Apr 1925 in Tisbury. (She was b. c. 1899-1900.)
Charles Jenipa "Charlie" Pachico, b. 21 July 1905 in Tisbury; d. Mar 2, 1926. Driver for Cronig Bros. Living with parents in Tisbury in 1920. Married Emma Marshall 26 Nov. 1925 in Tisbury (she was b. 1906-7). He was buried at Oak Grove Cem., OB. (After his death, Emma married Robert Salvadore of Edgartown on 16 Feb 1927 in Tisbury.)
Isabel (Isabella, Bella) Elizabeth (J.?) Pachico, b. 23 Jul 1907 in Tisbury. Living VH 1917. With parents, Tisbury, 1920. She m. John Grace Medeiros of Oak Bluffs on 29 Dec 1923 in Tisbury. (He was b. c. 1896-7.)
Henry J. (R.?) Pachico, b. 12 Jul 1910 (or 12 July 1909 in Tisbury?) (living VH 1917) With parents, Tisbury, 1920. He m. Dorothy Bernard of Oak Bluffs on 13 Dec. 1930 in Tisbury. (She was b. c. 1911-12.) Was he the Henry R. Pachico who d. 8 May 1958 in Tisbury?
Frank August (J.?) Pachico, b. 22 Mar. 1911 in Tisbury (living VH 1917) With parents, Tisbury, 1920. He m. Gladys Brooks on 9 Aug 1932 in Tisbury. (She was b. c. 1912-13.)
Odds and Ends:
Who was Lizzie Pachico, "black", aged 36 (b. c. 1883-4 in MA), who appears in the 1920 census of Tisbury with her half-brother William F. Davis (age 32?)
[Paul Bunnell writes: I think I do have a major problem with the Joseph's. I just found the death record of Joseph G. Paceco Jr. dated 10 Feb. 1950 by hanging. He was age 56 (b.c. 1894) It says he was the husband of Mary Motta, and the son of Joseph G. Sr. & Mary....., both of St. Michael, Azores. This would make him your Joe, son of Joe from the 1900 Cottage City census you sent me..........BUT! June Manning's work shows a Joseph Pachico, b. 2 Dec. 1893 at Cottage City who is the son of Manual Pachico and Louise Delphina Texeira. This Joe she shows dying 10 Feb. 1950 at same place? This same Joe she has as the husband of Ellan Elizabeth Donnelly. This record is scrambled. I have copies of the death records of Joe, d. 10 Feb. 1950, Elizabeth (Donnelly) Pachico, d. 1 May 1974 and Madeline (Pachico) Montesion, d. 5 Oct. 1979 which by the way says she is the daughter of Joe G. Pachico and Elizabeth Donnelly.]
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