Is this Italian Translation Correct

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Is this Italian Translation Correct

Postby rp76226 » 22 Mar 2012, 23:23

Based on the following image of a section of the birth record giving the parents of the baby, are they also giving the fathers of both the mother and father? If not, who is Calogero, the name that appears soon after Giovanni Puma (the father of the baby), and who is Salvatore, the name that appears soon after Maria Rizzo (the mother of the baby)?

http://s15.postimage.org/gqt2frv3v/Puma ... 1873_2.jpg

Do these records give the mothers of the father and mother somewhere else, or normally just leave that information out?

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Re: Is this Italian Translation Correct

Postby Tessa78 » 23 Mar 2012, 00:55

Calogero is the father of Giovanni Puma, age 31, a miner

Salvatore is the father of Maria Rizzo, age 15

SOMETIMES a mother's name will appear.

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Re: Is this Italian Translation Correct

Postby adelfio » 23 Mar 2012, 00:58

Those are there fathers names sometimes some comunes have that info on the birth act some dont you got lucky with some bonus info.
No the mothers of the father and mother are not listed

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