This act corrects a previous birth act of July 29, which records the birth of Giuseppe Musto, son of Lorenzo Musto and Luigia Merola; which should have read... son of Lorenzo and Luigia Sbordone... the mother's name was corrected.
That would make more sense if it is in 1865. I don't think that year had an index.
I did look at my list of 1865 births and it isn't there but I could have missed it. Many times the surname Musto is written as Muto and it can be missed.
I will look at that film tomorrow and the date should assist me in finding it.
Thank you for finding that new date for me.
Researching surnames Ianniello, Tamburrino, Mattora/Martora/Mattori & Scialla in Santa Maria Capua Vetere, Caserta, Campania.
My understanding is that the date of Aug 6, 1867 is the date that the town of SMCV received the correction of the mother's name in the birth record from the tribunal (court). The tribunal had made the correction on July 29th of the current year. The date of Nov 15, 1865 appears to me, not to be a date of birth, but rather the date of the decree that allowed for the rectifying of such an error. It says "in virtue of article 26 of the Regio Decreto (royal decree) of the 15th of November 1865 on the regulation of the civil state, we have inserted such an order of rectification in the volume of the allegati to the act of birth on page 338.
Anyway, this is what I understand this record is saying. I don't see the date of birth anywhere on this page.
Jim I believe that there is a second page for this record, can you post it?
This is a summary of the page:
On Aug 6 1867, we, Ludovico Bascone, the officer of SMCV, have received a decree of the tribunal issued July 29 1867 stating that Giuseppe Musto was son of Lorenzo and Luigia Sbordone, therefore, as already stated by Peg , based on article 26 of the Regio Decreto (royal decree) of the 15th of November 1865 on the regulation of the civil state, we have inserted such an order of rectification in the volume of the allegati to the act of birth on page 338 and we have drawn up these minutes on both the birth registers...
(to be continued on next page)