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1469) Angela (Caputo) Luino 
East Brunswick, NJ
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10-24-2006 04:00 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Looking for Vincent or Mike Amodeo. They lived on Warren and Bond Sts back in the 40's.
1468) Jack DiBenedetto 
South Florida
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10-23-2006 11:51 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

I plan to visit Brooklyn in December for two weeks. I would like to meet with my former friends from Luquer st and 1st Place. Is anyone still out there?
1467) John Burkard, Red Hook 
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For Lars Nilsen and other Norwegian history buffs. When Bob Diamond the guy who was going to get the nostalgic trolly line running in Red Hook was searching for old trollys, he came upon a relic that was owned by someone from Pa I think that once belonged to the King of Norway,it was his personal transportation which took him to the ski slopes. On a visit to Norway once I road on that same line to Holmenkollen, the olympic ski area that he road on with his trolly. The rail station in Norway to the slopes is just outside the Kings home (Castle) This trolly was bought by Diamond and is still stored on the pier in Red Hook opposite where the water taxi boats tie up at night. I think pier 44, ft of VanBrunt St. owned by Greg O'Connel.

madeline faiella 10-23-2006 09:14 PM
Lars Nilsen,
I remember when the King & Queen came from Norway for a visit on Frist Place in Brooklyn, i was about 10 or 13 yrs of age.
The Norweigian care takes were so nice to us kids they always gave us cookies and let us play in there game room when there were no seamans in town.
Good people :}

John Burkard, Red Hook 10-23-2006 10:17 PM
I'm not sure if this was the same King that owned the tram, but I remember when they visited the church last before they sold it for conversion to condos. What a shame, but the condos did not take away from the beautiful landmark edifice

Lars Nilsen 10-24-2006 10:48 PM
to look at the trollys check out www.forgotten-ny.com/trolleys
1466) mike imbasciani 
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tommy g. i had a mustache at 15 years old. we are talking when we were 9 or 10 years old.as to your question. the nickname for the owner of montes .buckwheat. his real name was anthony.and he still owns it they just had 100 years celebration in august. joann your brother mikey rabbitt. was my coach at ps 32s. and ally russo. our team was named the tigers. my brother frank lives in west palm florida.iremeber one thing i use to go to the store for everyone and joann iuse to get the beer for your father and my uncles danny bianco. mike the barron . cassano. went to guzzys. on bond pizza and beers. they were in white containers.the beer.or was the pzza parlor on smith what was the name of the pizza on bond i dont know if im wrong.or right.its great to talk and hear memories.excuse my typing.im work ing on it.

Tommy B. 10-23-2006 06:43 PM
OK Mike Anthony Buckwheat is correct, Now is Allie Russo who was your coach, Andrew, Anna & Juniors brother from President St. also I played for a team in 142 called the Tigers! Good memories,talk soon.

Gina (Garbellotto) 10-25-2006 11:34 AM
Hi Mike, I'm Joanne's niece, Augie's daughter. I enjoy reading these posts, especially from my family. I may have a picture of you from 32's. I archived a bunch of old photos when Grandma turned 85 and I have one of Uncle Mikey's baseball team. Give me your e-mail and I will forward it to you.
1465) mike imbasciani 
bay ridge
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yes matty anna is my sister inlaw.ty garbo girl i remember you well and you are the beautiful one.and i think iremember you josephine. we hung together . what happen to your girlfriend cathy. and esther how are they . my fam ok frank is in florida. bird s.i. its nice to read from the past it would be better if we could have that time and relive it for awhile. lucille is still on bond.are you married . children. i have twins girls both are lawyers. please respond ty

joanne 10-23-2006 09:07 AM
Hi Mike, So nice to get your response. How nice that your girls are both lawyers. You should and must be very proud. This is Joanne the youngest of the garbo girls. I live in Florida. ME and Augie, (DiBenedetto my married name) have 2 children. Our son John is 25 and sells mortgages. He's married with 2 babies. Im a grandma and its the greatest thing in the world. We also have a daughter Bridget who is 21 going to school. Josephine lives in Kansas and also has 2 kids. Her son Michael is 24 and married. He is a youth Pastor and her daughter Samamntha is 19 still in school. Esther lives in Arizona with her husband and most of her children except for Donna the oldest is still in New York. We are all doing great. I cant belive Lucille is still on Bond St. We would have went to see her while we were in. Im sure Josephine will write you later I just spoke to her and told her you responded. She is the one you most remember I think. She is your age. Where in Florida is Frankie? Im a lil North of Tampa. We went to Carroll Park while we were in and it has changed since we all hung out. I think the neighborhood looks and feels great. So many new stores , people and restaurants. Lil cafe's all along Smith St. Not too many familiar faces but thats ok its all cleaned up and looking good. We all still have all our memories of our days in good old RED HOOK.....
I remember the butcher you worked at. Even Johnny worked there right?
Its realy great talking to you. It brings back so many memories of Bond st and my father and all the good old days.
Hope to talk to you soon
1464) Paul Michaelsen 
Carteret, NJ
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Glad to see memories of Brooklyn are being preserved.
1463) Lars Nilsen 
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I am doing some research for the Norwegian Immigration Association (NIA)regarding the Norwegian American experiences in and around New York. From about 1860-1910 the center of the community was Hamilton Ave in Red Hook. Can anyone help me with information,photos, etc. The Norwegian Seaman's Church was on Pioneer Str (formerly Williams) and the Norwegian Hospital (Lutheran Medical Center) began it's life next door.Also, does anyone know where Otto's Bar was and what became of Otto?-Thank you for your help,Lars Nilsen

John Burkard, Red Hook 10-21-2006 04:18 PM
Mr. Nilsen, Ottos Bar and Restaurant was located on the corner of Verona and Imlay Streets. Just opposite the New York Dock Co. buidings. He had the best German fare in all of Brooklyn. People would travel from every part of the city to enjoy it. His wife passed away before him, and then he never was the same, Eventually illness and old age necessitated the selling of the premises. The new owners did not put the effort into it and could not make it a go. The building still stands and is an office for a concrete company. I always thought he was German, so I'm surprised your research is inquiring about him Your other questions about Lutheran Medical Ctr and church must have been long before Ottos Bar.Good luck on your research Sorry I couldn't be more help.I always thought Norwegian Americans settled in Bay Ridge.

Lars Nilsen 10-21-2006 06:04 PM
John-Thank you. Otto probably was German. A former Norwegian seaman was asking about him. The Norwegians migrated towards Bay Ridge from Red Hook from about 1910. When the Atlantic Basin was built in the mid 1800's the Norwegian ships would visit more often,especially after the Civil War when the Port of New York started booming. At first mostly sailors came ashore to stay in the various "sailor houses" some of which had moved over from Manhattan. The Hamilton ferry was convenient. Then others came to work on the ships and docks--Lars

madeline faiella 10-22-2006 12:44 PM
Lars Nilsen
In the early days of the Noreign Church that was locate on First Place and next door to the church the seaman usto stay when ever they casme in for awhile it been sold toGuodo's Funeral Home, he then made Condo's out of the church.
the last i heard of the church it move to bay ridge some where

Mildred Amundsen 10-23-2006 01:27 PM
amy in laws parents were from Norway adn possibly if I give you their names this will help as I myself dont know much about them other than thier so, ny father-in k=law was in the masons, Their names were Adolph and Hilda? Amundsen,their son was Amond Amundsen.They lived on Dikeman Street.

Lars Nilsen 10-29-2006 06:34 PM
John Burkard-I received an e-mail from Mickey who lived down the street from Otto's Bar. He gave me a lead to a man from Norway who was looking for info on his uncle Otto Hansen who had a bar called Otto's first at 169-43rd street and later in Red Hook. I'm assuming it is the the same Otto. If so, he was Norwegian His wife's name was Betty.He apparrently died about 1985.

Lars Nilsen 10-29-2006 06:41 PM
Mildred Amundsen - I haven't run accross your parent's in law Hilda and Adolph Amundsen, but there was a Capt Helge Amundsen who wrote a book in 1910 about the lives of the Norwegian sailors who lived in the many boarding houses in the Hamilton Ave area. A possible relative?
1462) mike imbasciani 
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y ou all may remember me as mike the hat. or allias michael bird.i lived on bond street. i was the delivery boy then for the butcher on second st. sonny puma. i hope there is some one out there that remembers me. ihung out on smith st. carroll st. park. wow what memories there. then there was 3rd ave. carroll.montes .hope you get thisin good health. hope to hear from someone.oh softball at p s 32 .

Joanne 10-21-2006 11:33 PM
Hi Michael I remember you very well....Im a Garbellotto....Joanne the young beautiful one. Nah Just kidding.. Im sue you know who I am....Your mother was Sophie....Wow its been alot of years....My sister Esther lived in your building on Bond St. We were family right? My Father was Augie....How is Lucille and your brothers? Johnny Boy and Frankie?
Not sure if you still see my brothers in the neighborhood Me Esther and Josephine moved away from bklyn years ago....We were just back there last month. Lots of good memories. Let me know you got this and how you and everybody is...Take care for now...

matty martino 10-22-2006 05:46 PM
mike are you johnny birds brother he married to my cousin anna marie

Garbo girl 10-22-2006 09:18 PM
Hi Michael, You better remember me. We hung out occassionally. I'm Mikey Rabbit's other sister closer to your age. Who am I?? (by the way, Monte's had the best veal cutlet parm hero:)

Tommy B. 10-23-2006 04:23 PM
Hi Joanne & Garbo girl,welcome back. Mike welcome to the site I am Joanne & Garbo girls cousin. Your name rings a bell but I cant picture you sorry! Joanne last month I mentioned a name that I found in my pants pocket it was Marty Longarbodi well tell Augie back in the 70s we called him Tu Tu or Junior he was a good friend of mind & I think he was also good friends with Jackie. Also Monte's was mentioned by you or Garbo Girl. Well a few years back a good friend of mind from the 70s became the new owner, he probably took over in the 90s. Now here is a little trivia question what was his nickname back then. I havn't seen him in over 25 years & I still dont know if he still owns Monte's. Now Josephine or maybe Garbo Girl, a friend of ours from the 70 has family on this site he is also in the restaraunt business, who is he ?Memories are what this site is about & it is good to have them.
1461) Charlie 
Staten Island
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Congratultaions to Bill Munks who was honered last night at the Carroll Gardens Award Dinner.

Billy is President Of B & D plumbing on Court Street for the past 10 years and has particapted in a myriad of activities for the community behind the scenes quietly leading oranizations for sucess of all.

Billy is also part of the Friday night briscola (one of three) game

Fred Saez 10-23-2006 09:40 AM
Charlie, I hung out with a Billy Munks in carroll park, early 70's. Gotta be the same person. The crowd included Mike Murphy, Richie "Baba," etc... If you are in touch, tell him I said hello.

Charlie 10-23-2006 03:32 PM
Yes we hung out with Bill Monks back then on Hoyt & Degraw
Larry's Cellar, Yes Richie BABA was part of the crew
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Tommy B. 10-23-2006 07:12 PM
Need more info Angela,where did he come from ,friends, would be glad to help you look.
1459) Joe Carlson 
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To All Red HOOkers.. I would like to inform everyone that my Mom Ellen D. Carlson (ne Clyne) has passed away.

She will be waked Sunday 10/22 at:
Scalia Funeral Home
28 Eltingville Blvd.
Staten Island, N. Y. 10312
from 2pm till 5pm and 7 to 9pm.
She will be buried on Monday 10/23 at Greenwood Cemetry

SHe just turned 80 and lived a long life.
Thank you all very much.

Sincerely, Joe Carlson

Lynne 10-20-2006 08:58 PM
I just want to convey my condolences to you ahd your family for your loss.
We don't know each other, but I'm sure years ago, we passed each other on a street in Red Hook.

Patty Cozzati 10-21-2006 10:40 AM
Joe, please know that your Mom, you and all your family are in the prayers of this Red Hook "girl". While we don't know each other personally, we are all family on this site. With my sincere sympathy,
Patty Cozzati Laslo

madeline faiella 10-21-2006 03:04 PM
Joe Carlson,
sorry to hear of your mother going (RIP)will pray for the family . i dont know you but like the others said we mite of passed each other i the street of red hook one time or another mt condolences to you and the family

Ron Clyne, Bklyn., N.Y. 10-24-2006 02:22 PM
Cousin Joe:

It was great to reconnect after all these years although the circumstances could have been better. Your Mom did have a nice long life. 5 Generations of Clyne's in Red Hook that is really something. For the most part the Clyne's lived on Dikeman Street (38) and as you know 31 and 47 Wolcott Street. Your Mom was always Aunt Ellen to me even though she was my Dad's first Cousin. Seeing you brought back memories of the days in the 50's and early 60's when evevery one was alive and well and when Craig and Austin were beating up on you kids and looking out for you at the same time. Something only a cousin can understand. Just hearing the family names....Ray and Little Ray....Lotte....Aunt Anna...Uncle Bernie....Aunt Ellen....Uncle Matt Tierney. Perhaps you will remember the names of the families on the block....Hassler...Clyne....Walsh...Carlson...Barry...Checilo....Sanchez....Carr...Eastbee to name a few.

The Cemetery plot in Greenwood is Beautiful. Rest assured that I will visit as often as I can.

Best wishes from your family back her in Brooklyn.

Your Cousin.


Lars Nilsen 10-28-2006 07:12 PM
joe - I am sorry to hear of your mother's passing and would like to express my condolences also. I'm doing research on the Norwegians that used to make up a good part of the Red Hook population from about 1870 to 1910. From the comments I read your family has been living there a long time. Carlson is a Scandinavian name-could it be Norwegian?
1458) Mark Phillips-SBNAdministrator 
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I would like to invite everyone who visits our guestbook to come join us. We are a part of the 10th Annual Gowanus Artists Studio Tour on Saturday and Sunday, October 21 and 22, 2006, from 1:00 to 6:00 PM at Perfect Corner, (345 Smith Street at First Place) in Carroll Gardens.

We will exhibit Brooklyn and New York Photographs by Mark D Phillips. Stop by and meet The South Brooklyn Network team.

To find out more about the tour and download location maps, visit Happenings on our site.

Tommy B. 10-19-2006 03:35 PM
Thanks for the info Mark,now this is for anyone who has been out of the neighborhood & have never retuned. If you wonder what Red Hook ,Carroll Gardens & Cobble Hill look like now there is a nice photo web site called NYC Foto. com. Just click in Brooklyn & your on your way! Enjoy it.
1457) Harriet Harkins 
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To John Burkard. Hi John Iwanted to see the pictures you were talking about in your message1436. You said to go to
www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org/ and to click on digital on the left and then type in red hook in the search, I did all that and it said no entries found what am I doing wrong John. Thanks

Mickey 10-19-2006 03:38 PM
Try it again. I just did and I was able to get through.

John Burkard, Red Hook 10-20-2006 08:32 PM
Hello harriet, I just tried the site and had no problem. You have the correct web address, so try again just in case you made a wrong entry, it's so easy to do this without realizing. Good luck, John.....

babyann D 10-21-2006 09:59 AM
Harriet I hope you got onto the site it is wonderful, I found out many things about my block Carroll St. Bet Columbia & Van Brunt St. I am sure you will too. Good Hunting
1456) anthony benedetto 
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Hi0-would like to find some people that new my family,

Shirley Kerrigan 10-19-2006 09:44 AM
Anthony, was your mother the crossing guard? Let me know

Tommy B. 10-19-2006 03:21 PM
Hi Anthony,we need more info!

madeline faiella 10-19-2006 05:24 PM
was your family related to the lawyer on smith st across from PS58 school ?
1455) anthony benedetto 
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Hi0-would like to find some people that new my family,
1454) Bill Sweeney 
Chesapeake, VA
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My mother's family, the Gormans arrived in Red Hook about 1870. As they lived at the following locations, in the period of the late 1870s and 1880s, I am interested in learning if any of the buildngs are still in existance.
229 Conover Street,; 242 Conover Street; 77 Wolcott Street, and 128 Partition (Coffey Street).

B en Butler 10-20-2006 11:41 AM
Bill S. FYI: Regarding the Gorman Family. My Mother Nora Sheehy Butler had a close girlfriend named Kitty Groman. I called her Aunt Kitty, I assume Kathryne was her name.
They were young qwomen in the 1920's
She had a sister (name unk) and they both lived with their Mother in a three floor walkup house set back in it's location on Huntington Street just off Columbia in the 40/ and 50's. She later moved up to the new apartment house built at 5th Avenue and 9th Street and she worked for Sapolin paint I believe on Hamilton Avenue. She never married. That is about all I have for you on Red Hook Gormans.Prior to their move to Huntington Street they may have lived at one of your addresses.
1453) John Burkard, Red Hook 
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For the original Red Hooker. Who are you???
Cyprus Tree Island was high hilled island up until 1835 when those 3 Dutchmen used it to fill in the surrounding marshland and swamp, doing what the Dutch did best, reclaiming land from the sea. Since it no longer was an island, it made no sense to continue calling it so. But the name Red Hook has its own history, the name was bestowed upon it by the Indians long before the white man set foot on the soil. It is the only neighborhood in the whole of New York City that still retains the original name the Indians called it. Changing names does not change a neighborhood for the better. The people make an area good or bad, not the name. Red Hook residents happen to be friendly, honest, outspoken, decent, and hardworking taxpayers. They are model citizens and they love Red Hook with a passion. Very few other areas can claim this distinction.

Ben Butler 10-18-2006 08:47 AM
John...I do not believe there is a better way to say it. Thank you.

Your tip on Your phot trip on Brooklynpubliclibrary.org for the wonderful review was sensational
Don't miss it... RHF.

madeline faiella 10-19-2006 05:29 PM
John B
Thank you so much for all the reseach that you do in the name of RED HOOK, there still people around that appeciate what you do for BROOKLYN, Thank you again i'm learning so much from you THANKS THANKS
I"M so proud of being a RED HOOKER and a true American

De Bock 10-19-2006 09:11 PM
John, as always stated with such eloquence. It is the people that make a community; that is why Red Hook was so special. I must say, though, when I would say Red Hook to the good old boys on Wall Street they would tip their noses; now, I chuckle because this is where they all want to live; in our little neighborhood that they once would never have visited before it became a trend.

babyann 10-21-2006 09:52 AM
Hello John, I must say I was impressed with the findings on site, brooklynlibrary I knew of the factory called Mr. Cobbs Factory at 25 Carroll St. they made rawiron table and chairs and other things
but I never heard anybody speak of it as a macaroni factory, thanks for being on top of things; it brighten my day. You see my family lived at 26 Carroll St. since it was build in the late 1800's what history thanks again. Makes Me Very Proud.....and found out about the Carroll St.Bridge, I never drove over that bridge and never new Monte painted it the Italian Flagg Colors either.

Linny 1-1-2007 01:49 PM
I couldn't have put it better! You're right the name doesn't make the place the people make it. My parents lived in the projects 748 Henry St. in the late 1930's to early 1940's. Dad worked in Todds Shipyard until he retired in 1970's. The move to the now Carroll Gardens..still South Brooklyn to me came in 1944.
I hope some newcomers read your posting some of them just don't get what our neighborhood is about and why today it's one of the most desirable places to live.
1452) John Burkard, Red Hook 
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Frank C. Thanks for filling me in on Tar Island, first I heard of it. The lot between Columbia and Dwight was indeed a gas station, but it was a Shell station. Owned by Pete Nowak,a good friend of mine, and later his Son Pete Jr. He later moved directly across the street to another lot, and stayed for many years before he died. that lot was the one recently talked about on this site where Father Casey, Pastor of Visitation had a chapel built during WW2 to accomodate the shipyard workers. a photo can be accessed on the maim library archives of Red Hook. Today the lot has a fried chicken store and I think a grocery. Thanks again for you info.....

John Burkard, Red Hook 10-17-2006 02:17 AM
Frank C. , I'm responding to my own post(LOL) it was pointed out to me the lot you referred to was at Verona St. the lot I spoke about was at Wolcott St. I hope I didnt confuse you talking about the Shell Station. Regards, JOHN.....

to john 10-17-2006 06:47 AM
thanks john you did. howeyer i know the lot you sprak of frank c
1451) Eileen Coughlin 
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Thank you Mr. John Burkard for Tar Beach
Thanks Frank for Tar Island
1450) Lucy (Lucille) Fraser Suarez 
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HERMAN RIVERA !!! BIKERMINIO HELLO!!!! This is Lucy & Cheno... Everytime we email you the emails come back! I have a NEW email addy , please make note! It is starsaffireone@yahoo.com ... When you see this email me! PLEASE!!!!! and to the rest of you Hi! RED HOOK FOREVER!

HERMAN RIVERA 10-21-2006 06:37 PM
HI LUCY whats up,I COULD not get on this site they changed
every thing around,whats going on with you and chino?as for me i am ok,this is hunting season, out trying to shoot a deer with the bow,last year i got a bear,tell that to chino. by the way i am TIEANO from the island of P.R. HA HA LOL.

Lucy & Cheno 10-30-2006 04:08 PM
HEY HERMANNNNNNNNNN! Cheno says you betta watch the Bear dont get YOU this year!!! We are both fine as frog hair!
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