READING MANUSCRIPT

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steeve
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READING MANUSCRIPT

Postby steeve » 02 Jan 2008, 18:31

ive been searching through microfilms for campobello di licata.
i'm able to read the italian text on the forms but, the handwriting is killing me any suggestions? one more question: UNDER OCCUPATION FOR MY G3 GRANDFATHER IT SAYS "SILLICO" CANT FIND IN ENG/ITA DICTIONARY. ANYONE KNOW? THANKS!

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Re: READING MANUSCRIPT

Postby BillieDeKid » 02 Jan 2008, 20:06

Hi Steve,

Did you save your documents to a CD? If so, upload them so we can give you some help. If you don't have them saved to CD or a USB drive, talk to your FHC next time you go and someone can help you copy them.

Regards

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Re: READING MANUSCRIPT

Postby wishyou » 02 Jan 2008, 21:21

Maybe could be "Villico" which means peasant


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