Ida (Coca) Caorsi Ibinet

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil

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Ida (Coca) Caorsi Ibinet

Birthdate: (91)
Birthplace: Tacuarembo, Tacuarembo, Uruguay
Death: December 24, 2009 (91)
São Paulo, SP, Brazil
Place of Burial: Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Rómulo Carlos Caorsi Armelino and Juana Ibignet Aguilera (Ibiñet)
Wife of Juan Bautista Eduardo Ochoteco Acosta
Mother of Private User; Private User; Private User; Private User; Fernando Miguel Ochoteco and 1 other
Sister of Italia Caorsi Ibinet; Ilda (Pochola) Caorsi Ibinet; Iris ("Nené") Caorsi Ibinet; Iberica ("Chicha") Lasserre; (No Name) and 2 others

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About Ida (Coca) Caorsi Ibinet


• Nacio el 5 de abril de 1918 a las 11am en Tacuarembo

• Primaria en Sarandi Grande, 1 anho de liceo enSarandi Grande, tres anhos en Crandon (high School low-special to high-special, de 1933 a 1935)

• Visita a Europa con su padre de mayo a septiembre de 1937: Italia, Francia, Belgica, Inglaterra, Alemania, Austria y Hungria (no visitan a Espanha por la guerra civil)

• conocio a papa 30 diciembre 1937

• se casaron el 30 diciembre de 1938 en Montevideo ante un juez de paz, testigos fueron Tio Arturo por papa y la nona y el nono por mama

• Eduardo Daniel nace el 1 Oct 1939 a las 17.15 hrs en su casa en Sapican, Montevideo, asistidos por la Dra. Caorsi y una partera

• Mignonne nace 20 marzo 1942 a las 13.30 horas en casa en Rivadavia, Montevideo, asistidos por la Dra. Caorsi y una partera

• Cristina nace el 28 de mayor de 1944 en Sarandi Grande, Floria, a las 17.15 hrs

• Bautista Gabriel nace el 8 de diciembre de 1949 a las 7 de la manhana en Tacuarembo (casa en calle 18 de julio), asistida por partera Donha Isabel Pardias

• Fernando Miguel nace el 30 de marzo de 1956 en Boston Mass, USA, a las 10 de la manhana en el Beth Israel Hospital

• Ida nace el 2 de febrero de 1958 a las 6 de la manhana en Finkenau Fleuenklinik, Hamburgo, Alemania

• Vivio del 38-43 en Montevideo; 43-45 en Sarandi Grande; 45 seis meses en Florida, 45-50 en Tacuarembo; 50-54 en Florida; 54-58 en Boston; 58-60 Hamburgo, Alemania; 60-64 Washington D.C. USA, 64-67 Tokyo,Japon; 67-70 Montevideo, Uruguay; 70-74 Mexico DF, Mexico; 74-2004 Montevideo, Uruguay; 2004-08 New Jersey, USA; reside actualmente en Sao Paulo, Brasil con su hijo mayor Eduardo y su nuera Cleuza.

MUM's MEMORIES: One day in early 2008, on the phone between Scarborough and New Jersey, mum reminisced about her Trip to Europe April-September 1937

Ida and her dad Romulo left Montevideo in April 1937 on the Oceania. The were member of a party of 10 (Ida, Romulo, Mrs & Ms Vidal from Uruguay and a family of 6 from Mendoza, Argentina, organised by an Argentine with a Jewish surname who also accompanied them.

At every port the ship remained for a whole day for them to visit the place. In Brazil they visited Santos, Sao Paulo, Rio, Bahia, Recife, then to Gibraltar, Argel and Naples their European port of arrival. Then stayed on land for a while.

In Naples they rode on 'volatas'. From Naples they visited Hercolaneum and Pompeii. In Pompeii because she was a woman and young she was not allowed to enter certain sites that depicted brothels (?). She decided to stay in the car at Vesuvius – young as she was she was wearing extremely high heels that were killing her feet and could no longer walk that day. So Romulo went up by himself and brought back as souvenir a piece of lava stone with a coin embossed in it. The trip through Italy was made on an electrical train. They then travelled to Florence, Rome, Venice, Milan, Genoa, Torino. At the Vatican they visited the Gold treasures of the Vatican, a sight that ignited fury in Romulo and disgust at the richness of the Church! Romulo was a very social minded person and could not conceive the idea of a Church being so rich, richnesses which has mostly come from poor people's donations, many of these in our poor Latin America.

On to France, Marseille first, then Paris. They had to weeks for this stretch, so Ida suggested to Romulo that they travel to London and he thought this was a good idea. They flew to London, Ida's first time on an airplane! In England they visited Strattford-on-Avon, Shakespeare's home town. They returned to Paris, then on to Brussels, Cologne, Frankfurt am Main and Berlin. Nono Romulo became ill in Berlin, something he had eaten, so they did not see much of Berlin, however, Ida thourgh Berlin was very beautiful, at least the bit she did get to see. Still in Germany they travelled to Munich, and then to Vienna. From Vienna they took a small shop on the Donau and travelled to Budapest. This was her favourite city, Buda and Pest divided by the river. I told Ida how Laila had also loved this city when she recently visited on work. Last stop to Trieste where they boarded the ship back to South America.

Spain was still in Civil War so they missed out on this country, so she caught up with this wish after Bautista, her beloved hubby, passed away in 1974.

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Ida (Coca) Caorsi Ibinet's Timeline

April 5, 1918
Tacuarembo, Tacuarembo, Uruguay
December 24, 2009
Age 91
São Paulo, SP, Brazil
Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil