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Garabaldino documents

Postby Veronesi-Guardini » 09 Sep 2009, 11:54

Hey everyone

I wonder if anyone could have a go at trying to dechiper this handwritten text regarding my great-great-grandfather Luigi Veronesi-Guardini

We obtained it from the museum in Riva del Garda where he was born and lived. We know he served as a volunteer for Garabaldi between 1860-1866, and have a few printed letters to that effect. This one however is handwritten, and not particularly neatly at that. I wonder if someone is kind and brave enough to try and decipher the general meaning of it

I would be very interested to hear from you

All the best

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Re: Garabaldino documents

Postby Lucap » 09 Sep 2009, 13:32

Veronesi Guardini Luigi
nato a Riva [del Garda] il 29.9.1844
dal fu Domenico e Maria Gerini
!863/1866: 1ª compagnia, 29° Reggimento Fanteria, Brigata Pisa, [repressione del] brigantaggio
1866: Corpo volontari italiani (Garibaldini), 2° reggimento, 2ª compagnia

La signora vedova possiede
- il congedo assoluto della brigata Pisa,
- l'attestato di buona condotta
- la dichiarazione di servizio del corpo volontari italiani
- una lettera del conte(?) Girolamo Meilieri(?) diretta al ... ... ... ...

Notizie prese da questi documenti:
arruolato quale volontario per 3 anni il 13 aprile 1863
ha combattuto contro il brigantaggio nelle province meridionali
congedato il 15 aprile 1866 per fine di ferma
aruolatosi nel corpo volontari italiani 2° reggimento, 2ª compagnia il 10 giugno 1866, licenziato il 25 settembre 1866 (a Desenzano)

Pare sempre soldato



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Re: Garabaldino documents

Postby suanj » 09 Sep 2009, 14:14

una lettera del conte(?) Girolamo Meilieri(?) diretta al ... ... ... ...

sarà Girolamo Martini????
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Re: Garabaldino documents

Postby Lucap » 09 Sep 2009, 15:28

Ciao Suanj
si potrebbe, però ci sono 3 puntini sulla parola, come se nel nome ci fossero 3 i, quindi il dubbio mi rimane (anche se, in fondo, è poco importante ai fini delle informazioni familiari che Louis può ricavare dal documento).
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Re: Garabaldino documents

Postby elba » 09 Sep 2009, 16:25

Lucap wrote:Veronesi Guardini Luigi
nato a Riva [del Garda] il 29.9.1844
dal fu Domenico e Maria Gerini
!863/1866: 1ª compagnia, 29° Reggimento Fanteria, Brigata Pisa, [repressione del] brigantaggio
1866: Corpo volontari italiani (Garibaldini), 2° reggimento, 2ª compagnia

La signora vedova possiede
- il congedo assoluto della brigata Pisa,
- l'attestato di buona condotta
- la dichiarazione di servizio del corpo volontari italiani
- una lettera del conte(?) Girolamo Meilieri(?) diretta al ... ... ... ...

Notizie prese da questi documenti:
arruolato quale volontario per 3 anni il 13 aprile 1863
ha combattuto contro il brigantaggio nelle province meridionali
congedato il 15 aprile 1866 per fine di ferma
aruolatosi nel corpo volontari italiani 2° reggimento, 2ª compagnia il 10 giugno 1866, licenziato il 25 settembre 1866 (a Desenzano)

Pare sempre soldato

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Wasn't sure if you wanted a translation, but I did one anyway!
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Translation:
Veronesi Guardini Luigi
born at Riva [del Garda] on the 29.9.1844
Son of the late Domenico and Maria Gerini
1863/1866: 1st Company, 29th Infantry Regiment
Pisa Brigade, (repression of the) brigands.
1866 Italian Volunteer Corps (Garibaldini), 2nd Regiment, 2nd Company.

The lady widow possesses
- the final discharge from the Pisa Brigade,
- the testimonial of good conduct
- the declaration of service in the Italian Volunteer Corps
- a letter from the Count(?) Girolamo Meilieri(?) sent to…..

Information gained from these documents
Enlisted as a volunteer for 3 years on 13 April 1863
Fought against the brigands in the southern provinces
Discharged on 15 April 1866 for end of term of service
Enlisted in the Italian Volunteer Corps 2nd Regiment, 2nd Company
on 10 June 1866, discharged 25 September 1866 (at Desenzano)

Always a soldier it seems

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Re: Garabaldino documents

Postby Veronesi-Guardini » 10 Sep 2009, 13:23

Thank you all very much for your efforts!

Thank you elba for the English translation :)

It seems he was always a soldier. On another similar document, he is listed as fighting from 1860-1861, 1862-1865 and then again in 1866

The late father is what we assumed, as he was Domenico Veronesi, and after his death, Luigi was taken on by his aunt and uncle, who were Illuminato Guardini and Margarita Perini

Thanks again!
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Re: Garabaldino documents

Postby elba » 10 Sep 2009, 16:02

Prego - di niente...

You're very welcome...

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