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line on birth certificate

Postby Sirena » 31 Jul 2008, 22:39

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This line was written in place of the mother's name on the birth certificate. It's very difficult to decipher. I'd appreciate if someone could tell me what it says. thank you.
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Re: line on birth certificate

Postby elba » 31 Jul 2008, 22:47

Sorry Siena, I can't make it out at all...
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Re: line on birth certificate

Postby Bette » 01 Aug 2008, 01:57

Dear Sirena,

The first line reads the address. It looks like Via Liano number 37 (trentasette). The next statement goes on to say that the union was with a woman (Donna), widowed (vedova), not a relative (non parenti), etc. Not sure exactly what the rest translates to. But, I was told by another genealogist that this type of statement was meant to assure that the father and the mother of the child were not related.

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Re: line on birth certificate

Postby Lucap » 01 Aug 2008, 09:33

E' troppo poco definito per poter dare un consiglio attendibile.

Comunque: in Via Diano al Numero trentasette, da me medesimo con donna vedova, non parente, né affine ... nei sei gradi che ... al riconoscimento.

Ma prendilo con le dovute cautele :wink:

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Re: line on birth certificate

Postby Sirena » 01 Aug 2008, 23:02

Thank you all!

Lo capisco :) grazie.
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