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Help with finding the correct spelling for a profession?

Postby jamiecapaldi » 12 Oct 2010, 18:28

I have the proffesion transcribed as the following:

siznile
tiznile
fiznile
jiznile

sirnile
tirnile
firnile
jirnile

these are the nearest letters i could transcribe. Please could someone help me to turn this profession into a correct spelling???
NAMES: Capaldi-Tedesco-Tamilio-Minchella-Verrecchia-Tomasso-Franchitto-Innelli-Arpino-Caringi-Colacicco-Macari-Pinchera-Salera-D'Orazio-Ambrosino-Di Mambro-Sigliocolo-Masello
PLACES: Cassino- UK, USA, Ireland, Canada & Australia
http://www.cassino-families.co.uk
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Re: Help with finding the correct spelling for a profession?

Postby Tessa78 » 12 Oct 2010, 21:01

Hi Jamie :-)

Can you scan and post the document?

T.
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Re: Help with finding the correct spelling for a profession?

Postby CowryShells » 13 Oct 2010, 04:52

This is like a blindfold game, so without seeing the document, here goes:

"Civile" is a profession which means landowner.

That's the best I can do in the dark. :)
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Re: Help with finding the correct spelling for a profession?

Postby jamiecapaldi » 13 Oct 2010, 05:42

Ok, thank you T and Cowryshell, i will get the image scanned next week and post.

Thanks!
NAMES: Capaldi-Tedesco-Tamilio-Minchella-Verrecchia-Tomasso-Franchitto-Innelli-Arpino-Caringi-Colacicco-Macari-Pinchera-Salera-D'Orazio-Ambrosino-Di Mambro-Sigliocolo-Masello
PLACES: Cassino- UK, USA, Ireland, Canada & Australia
http://www.cassino-families.co.uk
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