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Postby ptimber » 27 Nov 2004, 21:42

In english it would say...... from all of us so probably it means greetings from all of us. Peter
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Postby jasonc » 28 Nov 2004, 11:34

ill post he pic asap.front and back.thanks for telling me the words on the pic.
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Postby jasonc » 03 Dec 2004, 01:29

some other ifnfo i received and have looked around with no help .is that name of my granfather victors father mario.i think hes from a place called TRIVISO.in italy his father i beleive was domonic..i think he might have been with a women called antonia.im not sure.i will post the pic as soon as i get it...once again thank you all.you guys are great. mario carpenedo or carpenado? birth date -27/NOV/1890 from treviso.
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Postby suanj » 03 Dec 2004, 06:40

jasonc wrote:some other ifnfo i received and have looked around with no help .is that name of my granfather victors father mario.i think hes from a place called TRIVISO.in italy his father i beleive was domonic..i think he might have been with a women called antonia.im not sure.i will post the pic as soon as i get it...once again thank you all.you guys are great. mario carpenedo or carpenado? birth date -27/NOV/1890 from treviso.

Well: hoping your ancestor born in Treviso really (and not in some Common in Treviso province...) you can send an email to Treviso Common for an search in birth registry about Mario....
anagrafe@comune.treviso.it
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Spett.le Ufficio Anagrafe
P.zza Rinaldi n. 1
31100 Treviso (TV)
Italia

Oggetto: Richiesta accertamento anagrafico di Carpenedo/Carpenado Mario figlio di Domenico (?) nato a Treviso il 27 Novembre 1890.


Spett.le Ufficio Anagrafe,
mi chiamo...... (your name) e sono cittadino canadese di origine italiana, discendente di Carpenedo/Carpenado Mario figlio di Domenico nato a Treviso il 27 Novembre 1890.

Con la presente il sottoscritto cortesemente richiede a codesto spett.le Ufficio anagafe che si possa ricercare se il suddetto nominativo risulti fra i nati nel Comune di Treviso.

In attesa di riscontro ai sensi della L.241/90, è gradita l'occasione per porgere i più distinti saluti,
...... your name
........your complete and exact address
..........your mailto
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More: from Mormons LDS, are an Domenico Carpenedo born in Vicenza (near Treviso) married with Antonia Slaviero about 1893 in Italy.......
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Postby jasonc » 03 Dec 2004, 09:52

wow i wish i could speak italian.im in canada.i tried an translate page but it did not work.its hard for me to understand the last message .like me using my north american slang .lol thank you man.your awesome...is there someone on hjere that can translate for me.it would be great.and how would i find living relatives.?
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Postby suanj » 03 Dec 2004, 12:54

jasonc wrote:wow i wish i could speak italian.im in canada.i tried an translate page but it did not work.its hard for me to understand the last message .like me using my north american slang .lol thank you man.your awesome...is there someone on hjere that can translate for me.it would be great.and how would i find living relatives.?

Hi jason: I'm woman...
the living(probable ) relatives:
http://www.paginebianche.it/pb/cerca?bt ... o&x=58&y=8
about txt letter, are an request of search in 1890 Treviso birth registry... if result that your ancestor born really in Treviso.
The Common reply you soon and you will know also ancestor name mother ... after positive reply you request the"Estratto Atto di Nascita" (certificate birth) of your ancestor...
regards, suanj
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Postby ptimber » 03 Dec 2004, 16:25

Jason buy the book Italian genealogical records by trafford R. Cole which is an easy read and can be purchased thru Amazo n.This will obviate the necesssity of being dependent uponpeople to translate for you and you will have the pleasure of being a learned man! peter
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Postby jasonc » 24 Jan 2005, 04:42

lol.thank you all for your help.if u ever come across anything else let me know...ciao
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Postby ptimber » 24 Jan 2005, 05:09

Yessiree jason even though your a month late and a dollar short we will be there forye. Peter
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Re: trying to trace origin of my last name its carpenado i

Postby ganderso » 02 Sep 2005, 06:31

My uncle is the Victor Carpenado mentioned below. His wife, my aunt is Sadie. Their father, my grandfather was Mario. He died in Glentworth, Saskatchewan sometime around the late 1920's, earlier 1930's. There were four kids: Victor, Gladys, Amy and my mother, Georgina. The only surviving child is Gladys, who lives in Moose Jaw, SK. I don't know if he is the Carpenado you are looking for. If so, I'll contact my aunt and see what she knows about her dad.

Good Luck.
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Hi: here are an Carpenado Victor Oliver widow died the 4/29/94 in Calgary(Alberta/Canada) age 73 spouse Sadie http://www.afhs.ab.ca/data/announcements/1994/c.html
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Postby Agopsoda » 05 Oct 2005, 06:17

Hi Gary and Jason
Jason , Gary and I are your cousins. My mother was Amy. I would be interested in any information that you have located regarding Mario. Mario married Margret Morrison (sp?) in Drinkwater and homesteaded in the hills South of Glentworth.
Jason - who are your parents?

Darrell :)
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Postby jasonc » 24 Oct 2005, 06:15

my father is dwight mother deana.my grandfather is victor dwights father.i am gettin more info from sharon my aunt in pincher creek she has photos and a family tree..i will post here when i receive them.i had them before but my hd crashed and i had lost it.im makin hard copys next time.that stuff is too valuable..there is other good info on here people have been a great help to me on this site.
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