The Act is 91 for Secchiaroli Giuseppe dated June 3, 1874. It was difficult to read the date but I think I got it correct
The declarant is Secchiaroli Gaetano, 36 years old, peasant, son to unknown parents. The witness with him is a gravedigger.
On June 2 at 11.00 a.m. in said town and in the house located in Olmigrandi quarter, number 29, in San Bartolo hamlet of Monterado, Giuseppe Secchiaroli, boy, 12 years old, died. He was born and lived in this town, son to Secchiaroli Gaetano and Secchiaroli Annunziata, both peasants, living in this town. The declarant signed with a cross as he couldn't read or write.
Hope this helps.
P.S.: The town of Monterado is in the province of Ancona, Marche region, which I suppose you know. In San Bartolo (hamlet of Monterado) there still exists a street called Olmigrandi although its extension and numbers might have changed in the years.
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Yes, you are right, this death act was issued in Corinaldo. It's written on the third line though not very clear. What I don't understand is why they mention San Bartolo (which is a hamlet of Monterado). Seen that the house was located in an area called Olmigrandi and that the road connecting San Bartolo to Corinaldo is called Olmigrandi too, I would assume that the house was just on the border between the two towns and depending from Corinaldo. I cannot think of any other explanation.
The picture was easy to view, I just cliked on your link then enlarged it and read it. A bit hard but I've seen worse ones. In case you need any other help tell me.
I cannot think of any legwork done in Connecticut at the moment but thank you for your offer, you are very kind.