Antonio was born about 1873 in Calomini, Italy. He is the son of Giovanni Batista Moriconi. In 1879, Calomini had 254 inhabitants, divided into 52 families.
Anthony Moriconi arrived in the US in 1898,and is the brother of Maria Moriconi, Teresa Moriconi Dubini, Luigi Moriconi, Guiseppe Moriconi and Pietro Moriconi.
Antonio was the first Moriconi from Calomini to immigrate to Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1902 Anthony is living at 318 E. Fifth St. and he is working for W. Castrucci Co. The Castrucci Company was a statuary business. 
He married when he was 33, while living at 408 Sycamore, in the Bottoms.
In the 1920 census, Antonio and wife Clara lived at 573 Prospect Place.
Clara Dare Moriconi, was born in Berlin, Germany and was 10 years younger than Antonio. 
On July 18, 1914, Antonio departed Havre France on the SS La Savoie. Nearest relative from where alien came is listed as father - Moriconi - Calomini. Occupation appears to be carver. Age is 42. 
Antonio, like his brothers and cousins the Guidugli family, worked in the family statuary business, called Moriconi Statuary at 420 Sycamore St. Moriconi Staturary was also listed at 430 Sycamore and at 242 Main by 1918. 
Antonio died Feb. 3, 1928 in Cincinnati, Ohio. 
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Year: 1920; Census Place: Cincinnati Ward 13, Hamilton, Ohio; Roll: T625_1391; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 236; Image: 1092
Year: 1930; Census Place: Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio; Roll: 1811; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 0151; Image: 905.0; FHL microfilm: 2341545
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