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Arrigo surname

Postby ajar » 20 Apr 2003, 05:44

I believe that I have found a copy of my great grandfather (Giuseppe Arrigo) birth registration in Termini Immerse, Sicily. The only problem is that it's written in Italian or Latin and I can't read it. How can I get it translated into English? ~Anita
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Postby ptimber » 20 Apr 2003, 05:51

either go to the library or bookstore and obtain Italian Records by Trafford R. Cole or take your document to your nearest high school with a language Dept (spanish or Italian language) or a nearby university with language dept. These documents are standard and easy to translate foir any latin language teacher. Peter
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Postby ajar » 20 Apr 2003, 06:10

Thank you!
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Postby ptimber » 20 Apr 2003, 14:58

Please get back to me if you rin into any difficulty and I will see what I will do for you. Peter
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Arrigo from Termini Imerese

Postby Melanie532 » 15 Jan 2004, 19:39

My great-great-grandmother was Maria Arrigo from Termini Imerese who married Lorenzo Lo Schiavo. Do you have a Maria in your line? Arrigo seems to be a pretty common name in Termini.

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Postby ptimber » 15 Jan 2004, 21:07

Melanie we are still working on getting a translation for her document. Your posting is intrusive. Please wait until the immediate problem is resolved. Thank you Peter
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Postby Melanie532 » 16 Jan 2004, 16:03

I'm sorry I didn't mean to be intrusive. I guess this forum doesn't work like many of the others I have used.

To ajar, I might be of some help to you in the translating of your document as I have had some experience in translating some Atti di Nascitas of my own family.

Contact me if you need additional help.

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Postby ptimber » 17 Jan 2004, 17:05

Thank you for your offer of help. I hope she takes you up on it. If not there is a website www.freetranslation.com that m,ight help. Peter
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