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Postby donnawright » 07 Dec 2009, 12:54

QUESTO DOCUMENTO E' IMPORTANTE PERCHE' TI DICE CHE SABATINO ABITAVA AL PODERE CAMPIGLIOLA NEL COMUNE DI MANCIANO CHE PROVENIVA DA UN COMUNE CHE PER ORA NON LEGGO BENE, E SI E' SPOSTATO IN UN COMUNE CHE NON SI LEGGE BENE. POICHE' NON ERA SPOSATO (CELIBE) DI SICURO VIVEVA CON LA FAMIGLIA, QUINDI PUO' DARSI CHE NEGLI ALTRI FOGLI SI LEGGANO I PAESI DI PROVENIENZA. SI SAPREBBE COSI' DA DOVE VENIVANO ESATTAMENTE, PERCHE UN RAGAZZO DI 18 ANNI DI SICURO VIVEVA CON LA FAMIGLIA, E TI DICE ANCHE DOVE SONO ANDATI. FAMMI VEDERE I SUCCESSIVI SE CI SONO GLI STESSI PAESI

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Postby liviomoreno » 07 Dec 2009, 14:45

This document is very important because it tells you that Sabatino was living in the Campignola farm in the town of Manciano, that he was coming from a town whose name I cannot read, and he moved to a town whose name I cannot read. Since he was single, for sure he was living with the family and it is possible that in the other sheets one can read the name of the town. In this case we would know exactly where they were coming from, because an 18 years old boy for sure was living with his family and it tells you also where they went, Show me the next sheets to see if there are the same towns.
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