I was feeling pretty good about learning to decipher Latin records until I got to these three. The handwriting has me standing on my head and looking in a mirror trying to figure out what's going on. Any help would be appreciated.
This first one is a clip from the baptism record of Pietro Poncia. It's from the year 1793, and the date seems to be the 2nd. But I can't figure out the month. And then the priest identifies himself and says that he baptized an infant born on the 30th but of what month?
This second one is part of the baptism record for Adamo Robba, born in 1787. Again, the day makes sense - 22nd - but the month is a mystery. He was born "heri" (yesterday). The next mystery is the father of the mother (Magdalena Mazzoni). It's clearly an abbreviation, and it looks like "To.", which makes no sense. The same name is repeated in the last line, this time as the father of the godfather Aloysius(?).