Verla baptism record from 1764 in Latin

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Verla baptism record from 1764 in Latin

Postby rwelgin1 » 07 Dec 2010, 03:42

I have a baptism record for one of my ancestors from 1764. It is in Latin. I can make out some of the important information, but I can not make out the mentioned city nor find it.
I was hoping someone can make out the name of the city for me or knows what it means.
The record is for Teresa Fontana, baptized on 21/1/1764, daughter of Joan and Maria (?) inhabitants of VAL______.

If anyone can understand the rest of the record, that would be great.

Thank you,
Rick
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Re: Name of the mentioned city?

Postby Italysearcher » 07 Dec 2010, 08:55

http://www.prontoimprese.it
has a listing by region/province of all the towns in Italy. You might see one here that looks right.
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