atto di matrimoni translation/decipher

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atto di matrimoni translation/decipher

Postby mezzogiorno62 » 24 Jun 2014, 23:44

i'm posting an 1803 parish marriage record for my 2nd great grandparents,giovanni ricca and rosa martino.lapio avellino.very difficult to read.need to somehow decipher this document to see if the brides parents are noted.i have the grooms parents.i know this is difficult.i've had this document,sent from the parsish of s.caterina vm in lapio by the parish priest,for a few years,but i'm no closer to breaking it down now.any help would be most appreciated.document should be posted soon.thanks

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Re: atto di matrimoni translation/decipher

Postby adelfio » 25 Jun 2014, 00:30

mezzogiorno62 wrote:i'm posting an 1803 parish marriage record for my 2nd great grandparents,giovanni ricca and rosa martino.lapio avellino.very difficult to read.need to somehow decipher this document to see if the brides parents are noted.i have the grooms parents.i know this is difficult.i've had this document,sent from the parsish of s.caterina vm in lapio by the parish priest,for a few years,but i'm no closer to breaking it down now.any help would be most appreciated.document should be posted soon.thanks

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Re: atto di matrimoni translation/decipher

Postby mezzogiorno62 » 25 Jun 2014, 00:35

thank you marty


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