Help with Atti di Nascita

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Help with Atti di Nascita

Postby lbernard3 » 08 Sep 2010, 03:12

I was wondering why there are 2 parts to the birth records? Why are the second parts always written completely in handwritten script?

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LB

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Re: Help with Atti di Nascita

Postby maestra36 » 08 Sep 2010, 03:26

Birth records in Part II may be for abandoned children or foundlings or they may be for births that occurred in another town.

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Re: Help with Atti di Nascita

Postby lbernard3 » 09 Sep 2010, 03:16

Thanks for the info.-it confirms my suspicions and what I just found out before I read your post.

A g-g uncle (but thru adoption) was listed in Pt. II. I just found out from a long time friend (who I also just found out -we are related thru marriage-thru this g-g uncle-crazy story) that he was illegitimate.

Does this record usually state what the reason for being in PT II? I am planning to get it translated soon, but I was just wondering.

Thanks for your help.
LB
Researching family surnames are Bernardo/Robilotta from Gallicchio, Basilicata.

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Re: Help with Atti di Nascita

Postby Italysearcher » 09 Sep 2010, 07:20

If he was illegitimate it will say so.
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