I've been working with these documents since the spring of 1997. I still have times when I can't read some of the handwriting. Just keep working at it. The hardest things though are surnames in towns with which you are not familiar and also names of streets in those towns. The rest gets easier the more your practice.
The surname is definitely Tito. Go to the beta website where I'm sure you found the marriage record and look at image 97 of 107 (Indice Matrimoni 1866-1895). You will see the record listed under the letter T for the year 1890.
I learned a long time ago that, when in doubt about a beginning letter of a surname, try to find it in the index, as you might get a clue that way. I had a terrible time with the first letter of the surname Iameo in my mother-in-law's parents' ancestral town when I first started doing microfilmed research in that town. The name in the U.S. was Ameo, and no one knew that it originally had an I at the beginning. The index initially was my only saving grace.
Anyway, I'm happy the mystery is finally solved for you.
You know, everyone on this forum is always helpful. I have found my way through a lot of things but sometimes you just can figure it out.
Received a letter from a comune I have pestered for the past 4 or 5 years. Along the way I have received information for another family who I am sure are related but not the information I have looked for or requested. Oh well!
In fact, need to post one of the a birth records I received but will do so in a separate post. Another handwriting issue.
Thank you again,
Researching: RESCIGNO, CATALANO, LA MAGRA, ANGRISANO, CALABRESE, PAGANO, GAGLIO, DE ANGELIS,COSTABILE Campania-Napoli/Salerno/Palermo, Italy and Tunisia Africa