His wife and the rest of the children came some time in 1906. (I have yet to locate them on any passenger lists) One of the children was born August 4, 1906, so Concetta most likely stayed behind till her daughter was born. Francisco's occupation is listed as "shoemaker" on this document. Later US census records show him working in a worsted mill and in a jewelry shop.
No doubt Francisco and Concetta moved their family looking for work and a better life. They have many descendants now who appreciate their sacrifices and love!
A favorite family photo shows Francisco holding his great granddaughter in about 1952. The photo was taken in Rhode Island where most of the family settled.
God Bless you Francisco!