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Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby oilman19 » 20 Jun 2010, 10:15

O.K. Tessa. I'm trying Image Shack. Keep your fingers crossed. :)

While I can read some of this document, some of the script is defeating me, especially on the bride's side (Marta Teresa Musto?). I have found her mothers name (which I need) impossible to read.
Would someone please translate this document for me.

Also, as usual, I am confused. :? Is the date on the Atti di Matrimonio the actual wedding date (civil)? Or is the church date correct for the actual wedding?
Thank you.

Jim

http://img718.imageshack.us/i/mustonuzz ... 37001.jpg/
http://img412.imageshack.us/i/mustonuzz ... 37002.jpg/

edit: Wow, Tessa. :D
It looks like Image Shack provides the reader a larger image to view. :)
Jim

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby Tessa78 » 20 Jun 2010, 15:46

Hi Jim,

The actual marrige takes place at the church (the canonical marriage)... It took place in S. Pietro in Corso.

This church wedding took place on the 31st of October 1837.

As for the names...I agree - they are hard to read...
Groom is Cristoforo Nuzzolo, 42, born in S. Pietro in Corso, living on Strada S. Pietro (boy that makes it confusing :-) )..son of deceased Giuseppe and Rachele Aveta (my best effort) weaver,who resides with son - looks like Angelorosa Cosentaro (sp?)

AND

Maria Teresa Musto, 39, weaver, born in S. Pietro in Corso, residing same Strada as above, daughter of Donato who is living with his daughter, and deceased Maria Alons(z?)o. (note says "la sposa" of Antonio Famina (sp?).

This is only page one... :-)

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby Tessa78 » 20 Jun 2010, 15:51

Jim..

Sorry :-( Have to run...

I'll translate page two (the extensive list of documents0 for you when I come back if someone hasn't translated for you..

For now... 1) Grooms birth record; 2) Bride's birth record; 3) Groom's father's death record...

T.

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby Tessa78 » 20 Jun 2010, 18:22

4) Hard to read and lengthy...something to do with ancestors - and name and surname... also something about the church wedding (previous?)
5) Death record of wife of groom
5) - yes the number was repeated - the bride's mother's death record
6) Bride's first husband's death record
7)record of the pubblication of the banns and non-opposition to the wedding.

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby june9 » 20 Jun 2010, 21:46

oilman19 wrote:O.K. Tessa. I'm trying Image Shack. Keep your fingers crossed. :)

While I can read some of this document, some of the script is defeating me, especially on the bride's side (Marta Teresa Musto?). I have found her mothers name (which I need) impossible to read.
Would someone please translate this document for me.

Also, as usual, I am confused. :? Is the date on the Atti di Matrimonio the actual wedding date (civil)? Or is the church date correct for the actual wedding?
Thank you.

Jim

http://img718.imageshack.us/i/mustonuzz ... 37001.jpg/
http://img412.imageshack.us/i/mustonuzz ... 37002.jpg/

edit: Wow, Tessa. :D
It looks like Image Shack provides the reader a larger image to view. :)

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby oilman19 » 20 Jun 2010, 22:15

Hi Tessa,
I had a wonderful father's day I got to spend it with my grandson (5 yrs old). :D

My research has not yielded any info on San Pietro in Corso. Was it a frazione in S.M. that no longer exists?
Is Angelorosa Cosentaro Cristoforo's first wife?
Was Antonio Famina Maria's first husband? :?

Thank you.

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby Tessa78 » 20 Jun 2010, 23:32

Jim,

I can't tell you anything about S. Pietro in Corso. Maybe someone here on the forum knows... :-(

As for "Angelorosa Consentaro" - don't know. After it says that Rachele Aveta lives with her son there is a comma, then a word I cannot decipher and then Angelorosa Consentaro (if that is the correct spelling.

Since there is a document (#6) that is the death record of the bride's first husband, my guess is that Antonio Famina (sp?) is the first husband - "la sposa di Antonio..." reads "the spouse (feminine) of Antonio..."

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby maestra36 » 21 Jun 2010, 00:10

Hi Jim and T
Happy Father's Day, Jim.

I think that it is S. Pietro in Corpo and not Corso. I thought that too when I looked at it earlier, but I found a reference to the former under SMCV

http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Maria_Capua_Vetere

L'abitato moderno cominciò lentamente a rinascere a partire dal XII secolo con la nascita di tre diversi casali attorno alle basiliche cristiane di S. Maria Maggiore, o detta dei Surechi, S. Pietro in Corpo e S. Erasmo in Capitolio.

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby oilman19 » 21 Jun 2010, 00:13

Hi June9,

I sent you a PM with the info you are seeking. :)

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby maestra36 » 21 Jun 2010, 00:14

There were three different hamlets surrounding the christian basilicas of S. Maria Maggiore, or that of the Surechi, S. Pietro in Corpo and S.Erasmo in Capitolio.

I'm guessing that the section in which the basilica with that name was also bore its name.

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby Tessa78 » 21 Jun 2010, 00:14

Hi Peg,

Yes, I also found San Pietro in Corpo, but it is a Church... :-?

http://www.comune.santa-maria-capua-vet ... pietro.asp

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby maestra36 » 21 Jun 2010, 00:23

Other than thinking that the neighborhood in which the church or basilica was located had the same name, I don't know what else to say. I searched on the Italian search engine, which sometimes yields more results, but nothing comes up.

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby Tessa78 » 21 Jun 2010, 00:26

I was thinking along those lines, too. Maybe the village/hamlet no longer exists but was in the neighborhood in which the church stands. I tried looking in the frazioni listings, and found MANY San Pietros, but none in or near SMCV
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http://www.italyworldclub.com/italian_f ... san_pu.htm

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby Tessa78 » 21 Jun 2010, 00:34

That has to be it!

Went back to look at the document and the Church ceremony took place in the Parocca di San Pietro in Cors(p)o...must be the same church that we found.
So S. Pietro in Corpo is the correct name of the place AND it no longer exists...

:-)

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Re: Musto, Nuzzolo matrimoni

Postby maestra36 » 21 Jun 2010, 00:34

T
I had searched that list of frazioni earlier this morning and didn't see any match either. At least we think alike.
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