Rinella marriage record

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Rinella marriage record

Postby adelfio » 08 Jan 2011, 16:24

Marriage of Leonardo Rinella and Agata Ma??? Looking for Mattea's last name and Agata's mother maiden name Giuesppa ??

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Thank You for any help
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Re: Rinella marriage record

Postby Tessa78 » 08 Jan 2011, 16:31

Hi Marty :-)

Agata's surname is "Mazza"

Giuseppa's surname is "Mannina"

Still working on Mattea's, but could be "Rancadore"

All of the above are found in Palermo region... and specifically Trabia :-)

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Re: Rinella marriage record

Postby Tessa78 » 08 Jan 2011, 16:32

In Trabia, you will find Rancadore AND Rancatore...

Still going with the "d" :-)

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Re: Rinella marriage record

Postby adelfio » 08 Jan 2011, 17:06

Its been a great week with the help of T and everyone. Its goes to show you look through every entry in the microfilms all three of these records were not in the Comune index of the FHL microfilm but were on the film. Glad I looked to every record took a while but was well worth it.
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T it was Rancadore found it on Family search Giuesppe Rinella marriage to Giuesppe Rinella 1797 yes!!!!!!!
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Re: Rinella marriage record

Postby Tessa78 » 08 Jan 2011, 17:28

adelfio wrote:Its been a great week with the help of T and everyone. Its goes to show you look through every entry in the microfilms all three of these records were not in the Comune index of the FHL microfilm but were on the film. Glad I looked to every record took a while but was well worth it.
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T it was Rancadore found it on Family search Giuesppe Rinella marriage to Giuesppe Rinella 1797 yes!!!!!!!


I agree!

Though the indexes save time, I wouldn't take the chance to miss a record...

Labor intensive to go through each record - yes... but important :-D

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PS - Thanks for validating my thought about the spelling! :-)
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