Baptismal Certificate

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Re: Baptismal Certificate

Postby Lucap » 03 Nov 2009, 16:41

liviomoreno wrote:n.131 - Sep 6, 1865 Josepha (= Giuseppa)
n. 68 - May 28, 1867 Maria Josepha (=Maria Giuseppa)
n.118 - Oct 5, 1861 Josephus Beniaminus (=Giuseppe Beniamino)


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Re: Baptismal Certificate

Postby liviomoreno » 03 Nov 2009, 16:45

Grazie Luca! I still have a lot to learn! :roll:
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Re: Baptismal Certificate

Postby marbil » 03 Nov 2009, 17:09

You are unbelievable. I have been struggling trying to make out this handwriting (and translation).

On the last three, n.131. Would that be female? Josephine?
n.68. Would that also be female? Maria Josephine?
n. 118. Would that be male? Joseph Benjimin?

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Re: Baptismal Certificate

Postby liviomoreno » 03 Nov 2009, 17:22

Yes, 131 and 68 are female, while 118 is a male.
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Re: Baptismal Certificate

Postby Lucap » 03 Nov 2009, 18:33

liviomoreno wrote:Grazie Luca! I still have a lot to learn! :roll:

E' solo questione di abitudine e, comunque, l'errore è seeeempre in agguato.

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