Iannotta, Musto matrimoni

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Re: Iannotta, Musto matrimoni

Postby maestra36 » 23 May 2010, 23:45

Jim
I think I've got it. The words are L'ispettore-the inspector- followed by his last name which is ? and Sergio, his first name.
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Re: Iannotta, Musto matrimoni

Postby oilman19 » 23 May 2010, 23:55

That was quite a challenge. I don't know if I should be disappointed or excited with the results. I do appreciate the effort you and Tessa put into it.
I'll probably ignore any annotations I find on future Atto di Matrimonio documents.
Thank you so much.

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Re: Iannotta, Musto matrimoni

Postby maestra36 » 24 May 2010, 00:00

Jim
I am already insane from all the years I have tried to decipher a lot of things on these state civil records. Even though you may be disappointed this time that the notation really doesn't give you any further information about the spouses, I personally would not ignore any notation on any of these records, as you just never know if there is some info there that is important. Always best to check in case there is.
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Re: Iannotta, Musto matrimoni

Postby oilman19 » 24 May 2010, 00:03

I am thankful to have people like you and others who are willing to help me pursue these answers.
Thank you again.

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Re: Iannotta, Musto matrimoni

Postby maestra36 » 24 May 2010, 00:07

Always happy to help, Jim. I just wish this website was around when I first started researching the microfilmed records. In those days, I was on my own.
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Re: Iannotta, Musto matrimoni

Postby oilman19 » 24 May 2010, 00:26

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Re: Iannotta, Musto matrimoni

Postby liviomoreno » 25 May 2010, 05:23

oilman19 wrote:T.,
Is the annotation possibly an official signing off on the document? Just a guess.

Is this the annotation?
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I don't believe it refers to the marriage act.
The 2nd line reads: l'Ispettore Dxxxxxx
and the 3rd line: Sergio
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Re: Iannotta, Musto matrimoni

Postby oilman19 » 25 May 2010, 08:18

Thank you, Livio.

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