I was looking at a relative's birth record and noticed that she married on 1/1/09 and then under that it said "il a(s?) cancelliore 15/7/09" Does this mean that she got divorced, or possibly was annulled, 6 months later? I would have posted an image but my camera wasn't working.
Because I didn't have an image I was very careful to copy what was written. Above that comment WAS the marriage information already noted. I've seen other marriage notations, but not the comment as I have above with it.
Hi. I have finally gotten the document in question scanned for you to see. I only hope that someone will see the new post and answer. I was asking more with regard to annullment than divorce. Thanks for all who answer.
Also can you check this partial document. It's a Nascita.
I would like to know what it's stating after Guiseppe's name and
also what exactly is that concluding statement say that is written by the Official. I see it often on documents, but have been unable to make a good translation. My Italian is limited at this point.
That is definitely not an annullment or divorce.
The notation reads:
On January 1, 1909, married with Giuseppe Sesta.
Then the notation date of July 15, 1909, followed by the signature of the official, whose title "cancilliere" means "registrar"
Thank you maestra. I suspected it might have meant that. I got "senza vita", but couldn't get the beginning part. I am glad to know this. Believe it or not there was ANOTHER Guiseppe born almost to the day, a year later that lived. Because of that there had been some confusion within the family. Love genealogy---so many helpful people are part of it.