Could someone please translate this email for me.

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Could someone please translate this email for me.

Postby Piccioli » 11 Sep 2008, 15:43

Ti ho spedito un plico la settimana scorsa, ti e arrivato? fammi sapere, ho scoperto altre notizie sulla famiglia Piccioli, pot ti mandero. Tuo nonno Fortunato e nato nel 1878, due anni dopo mia nonna Anna.
rispondimi e fammi sapere, a risentirci, un saluto do Serravalle, Edmondo.

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Re: Could someone please translate this email for me.

Postby elba » 11 Sep 2008, 16:16

Piccioli wrote:Ti ho spedito un plico la settimana scorsa, ti e arrivato? fammi sapere, ho scoperto altre notizie sulla famiglia Piccioli, pot ti mandero. Tuo nonno Fortunato e nato nel 1878, due anni dopo mia nonna Anna.
rispondimi e fammi sapere, a risentirci, un saluto do Serravalle, Edmondo.


Hope this is OK


Translation:

I sent you an envelope (of papers?) last week, did they arrive yet? Let me know, I have found other news about the Piccioli family, I will send it to you.
Your grandfather Fortunato was born in 1878, two years after my grandmother Anna. Send me a peply and let me know, here's to hearing from you, best wishes from Serravalle,
Edmondo.


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Re: Could someone please translate this email for me.

Postby Piccioli » 11 Sep 2008, 16:22

Thanks so much for the translation. I appreciate the help that has been given to me. It has been so much fun getting in contact with my family. I could not have done it without the help of the kind people on this board.
Thanks again,
Anna Maria


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