I'm looking for a little bit of advice.
When looking for vital records on my 3G grandmother Cosma Laneve, I found a discrepancy in her parents' names. In her marriage record it says that her parents' names are Evangelista Laneve and Paola Livinia Panaro. However, when I found her death record, it says her parents' names are Angelo Laneve and Marta Tauro (interestingly, the same as her husband's mother's name). I would have assumed that the death record was incorrect, but when I went back and looked at Cosma and Pietro's children's names, I noticed that their 2nd born son was named Angelo and their 2nd daughter was Antonia (their first 2 children were named Marta and Giuseppe). They have no children named Evangelista or Paola. She was born in the late 1700s or early 1800s, so I can't get a birth record. Is it more likely that her parents are really Angelo and Marta? If so, why would her marriage record name Evangelista and Paola as her parents? Or am I missing/misinterpreting something in the marriage record?