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Italian Birth Record Translation

Postby donpaulo » 25 Apr 2016, 22:18

I found what I think is a civil birth record for my wife's grandfather, Pasquale De Luca. I would like to get it translated to English. Can anyone help? Or suggest someone who might be able translate it. I have attached the document.

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Re: Italian Birth Record Translation

Postby mmogno » 26 Apr 2016, 19:24

The documente attached is the transcription of the birth record.

The original birth record for Pasquale Silvio De Luca is here:

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1 ... cc=1947613

#195
Dated 2 September 1886 at 10:20 am at the town office in Caccamo.
Before the official appeared Giuseppe Deluca, son of deceased Filippo Neri, 35, shopkeeper residing in Termini and occasionally here, to declare that on the 29th of the previous month at 2 pm at the house in Caccamo, to Anastasia Cocilovo, his wife, daughter of deceased Giuseppe, residing with him, was born a male child who was presented to the official and to whom was given the name Pasquale Silvio.
Witnesses were Catalano Giuseppe, 71, clerk, and Gianfilippo Simone, 51, clerk, both residing in this town.
Only the official and the declarant signed as the others were illiterate.

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Re: Italian Birth Record Translation

Postby Tessa78 » 27 Apr 2016, 03:28

I see the mother's surname as Cociluovo :-)

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Re: Italian Birth Record Translation

Postby liviomoreno » 27 Apr 2016, 08:24

Tessa78 wrote:I see the mother's surname as Cociluovo :-)

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T. you are correct, however the transcription record posted by donpaulo has it as Cocilovo :D
Obviously the correct one is Cociluovo

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Re: Italian Birth Record Translation

Postby Tessa78 » 27 Apr 2016, 15:19

Thanks, Livio! :-D

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Re: Italian Birth Record Translation

Postby donpaulo » 02 May 2016, 05:34

mmogno wrote:The documente attached is the transcription of the birth record.

The original birth record for Pasquale Silvio De Luca is here:

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1 ... cc=1947613

#195
Dated 2 September 1886 at 10:20 am at the town office in Caccamo.
Before the official appeared Giuseppe Deluca, son of deceased Filippo Neri, 35, shopkeeper residing in Termini and occasionally here, to declare that on the 29th of the previous month at 2 pm at the house in Caccamo, to Anastasia Cocilovo, his wife, daughter of deceased Giuseppe, residing with him, was born a male child who was presented to the official and to whom was given the name Pasquale Silvio.
Witnesses were Catalano Giuseppe, 71, clerk, and Gianfilippo Simone, 51, clerk, both residing in this town.
Only the official and the declarant signed as the others were illiterate.


Thanks so much for the translation. Question. It says Guiseppe Deluca's father was the some Filippo Neri. Was Neri his father's surname. Or was it Fililppo Neri Deluca and the Deluca was just dropped?

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Re: Italian Birth Record Translation

Postby liviomoreno » 02 May 2016, 08:12

I would say that Filippo Neri was the Given name and Deluca the surname


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