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Translations please

Postby sinatra101 » 21 Mar 2013, 13:17

I have 2 death records which I'd like to know everything that they say. One is for "Gennaro Carracino" and the other for "Gaetano Ferro". Once I have these, it will help me do my own translations of other records.
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Frank

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... :196513828

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Postby liviomoreno » 21 Mar 2013, 16:10

Ferro
On day 1900 September 10 at 6:00pm in the town hall appeared Angelo Scarpa aged 51, day labourer, living in Pollica and Gennaro Schiavo, aged 66, barber, domiciled in Pollica to declare that at 6:00pm of yesterday in the house situated in Contrada San leonardo, died Gaetano Ferro, aged 65, day labourer, living in Pollica, born in Celso Pollica, son of the deceased Francesco and of the deceased Brigida Camarata, married with Benegna Carracino.
Witnesses to the act Raffaele Pepe and Pasquale Ciongoli.


Carracino
On day 1900 August 23 at 8:00am in the town hall appeared Aurelio Amoresano aged 77, owner, living in Celso Pollica and Francesco Schiavo, aged 23, day labourer, domiciled in Celso Pollica to declare that at 11:40pm of yesterday in the house situated in Via San Biasi #14, died Gennaro Carracino, aged 80, day labourer, living in Celso Pollica, born in Celso Pollica, son of the deceased Antonio and of the deceased Caterina Botti, married with Rosa Guariglia.
Witnesses to the act Raffaele Pepe and Antonio Marchese.

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Re: Translations please

Postby sinatra101 » 21 Mar 2013, 16:30

Thanks again Livio.


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