Birth Certificate #2

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Birth Certificate #2

Postby awkleeberg » 15 Aug 2010, 18:30

Here is the second one. We are thinking they are both getting adopted.

Thanks again for your help.

Anne

Please translate in English (and Italian if you have the time)

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Re: Birth Certificate #2

Postby Italysearcher » 15 Aug 2010, 19:12

Its not an adoption. Its the birth certificate of an abandoned baby that the town named. It was found by a midwife which always makes me think she probably delivered the child.
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Re: Birth Certificate #2

Postby suanj » 15 Aug 2010, 20:08

the child was found by the midwife( usual lear; really the midwife helped the mother that no wish recognize the child), so ( it is no the complete translation, just the extract of birth act ):
in the day 5 may 1824, in Nusco, district of Sant'Angelo de' Lombardi
Mrs Maria Di Natale late Amato, midwife , declaring that in the hours 7.00 ( maybe PM) of night she found a child and that the civil records officer give it the name of Andrea Desiato Vincenzo BELLAROSA.

The birth act is repeated 2 times ( always same things) and followed by witnesses signatures.. in the bottom the baptism note in same date..

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