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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby Lousdepot » 14 Dec 2010, 04:32

final:
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby liviomoreno » 14 Dec 2010, 08:07

Michele Paciello, died in the Military Hospital of Bengasi (Lybia) on Decemeber 17, 1918 at 3:20 am. He was aged 26 and was born Pignola, his father was Rocco and his mother Clemente Gilio.
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby maestra36 » 14 Dec 2010, 14:21

Livio can correct me if I am wrong, but I believe that the document is also saying that the notice that was received from the military hospital concerning Michele's death had his surname misspelled as Pacello, and his mother's maiden name misspelled as Bilio, and that this information was corrected in both the margin and body of the act to read Michele Paciello and Clemente Gilio.

Also, just for your information, the date of July 23, 1919 which appears at the onset of the record, is the date that the town hall of Pignola received the extract of Michele's death from the official of the civil state of the town of Bengasi who, in turn, had received the notice of his death from the military hospital.
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby Lousdepot » 14 Dec 2010, 14:50

WOW!! you are wonderful! thank you so much....Any idea why my great great uncle michele was in a military hospital in africa?? i assume he was in the military...any place to search italian military records? thanks
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby liviomoreno » 14 Dec 2010, 15:12

maestra36 wrote:Livio can correct me if I am wrong, but I believe that the document is also saying that the notice that was received from the military hospital concerning Michele's death had his surname misspelled as Pacello, and his mother's maiden name misspelled as Bilio, and that this information was corrected in both the margin and body of the act to read Michele Paciello and Clemente Gilio.
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Yeah, the correction was made according to a verdict issued by the tribunal of Bengasi dated March 13 1919.
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby Lousdepot » 14 Dec 2010, 15:36

How about uncle Luigi any thing unusual about his death?
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby maestra36 » 14 Dec 2010, 15:39

He died Sept 17, 1889 and was only 2.
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby ricbru » 14 Dec 2010, 16:24

This is where you need to write to get his military record

CENTRO DOCUMENTALE DI SALERNO
Via Posidonia, 98 -
84128 Salerno - ITALY

cedoc_salerno@esercito.difesa.it <cedoc_salerno@esercito.difesa.it>

Telefoni: centralino 0892825100
nucleo info 0892825030
fax nucleo concorsi 0892825074

I hope it helps
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby maestra36 » 14 Dec 2010, 17:02

Some additional info below from Riccardo about the military records. Thanks for your help, Riccardo.
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Pignola is in the province of Potenza,
Military district in Potenza do not exist anymore since 1991, so all
the military records went to Military district of Salerno.
I have checked in Potenza state archive and still military records kept there are until 1896.
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby Lousdepot » 14 Dec 2010, 17:23

Can you fax a letter or does it have to be mailed?
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby ricbru » 15 Dec 2010, 10:40

it is better to mail it, sometimes it is better someone call the military district in Salerno (they speak only italian) to know more about what the best way is to send the request and if there is any money or tax to pay in advance.
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby Lousdepot » 18 Dec 2010, 00:59

How about some quick help with this one. does this say her father paolo is 28 at the time of her birth? and does it list an age for her mother?
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby Lousdepot » 18 Dec 2010, 01:02

here is the last part, thanks
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby maestra36 » 18 Dec 2010, 01:41

Dated Oct 24, 1897 at 10 A.M.

Informant Paolo Paciello, age 28, farmer/peasant

female baby named Clementina born to his wife, Francesca Petrone, who was living with him. She was born on the 23rd at 7 P.m. in the house at 20 via ???

Informants: Antonio Scavone, age 33, farmer/peasant and Saverio Lauria, age 50, peasant/farmer

baby was born in the house at 20 via Paschiere in Pignola

Francesca Petrone was also a peasant/farmer
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Re: Help With Atti di Morte

Postby Lousdepot » 18 Dec 2010, 02:00

once again your help is incredible!! i wish i could repay you!!
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