Translation Request Teresa Lauletta- Marsicovetere

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Translation Request Teresa Lauletta- Marsicovetere

Postby fairhilleng » 13 Feb 2011, 21:56

I'm requesting translation assistance for a Nascita(birth) record for a record who I believe to be Teresa Lauletta born in Marsicovetere 1859.
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My questions are as follows:
1. Line 10. What is the Mother's name? Caterina Surname? Briglia??
2. Line 11-12 Father's name: Guiseppe ? Lauletta
3. Line 15: what is the house description?
4. Line 17: Child's name Teresa ?? Lauletta
5. Line 14: nel giorno: what is the date of birth? 29 December 1859
6. Lines 19 & 21: what are the names of the witnesses?
7. Lines 4 & 5: who presented the child?
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!
Searching: Termini-Imerese : Mascari, Lazzaro, Cecala, Foppiano, Montemurro

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Re: Translation Request Teresa Lauletta- Marsicovetere

Postby maestra36 » 14 Feb 2011, 00:45

mother's maiden name is Briglia.

father's fist name is Giuseppe

the house was situated on strada la ? (can't make out the street name)

the record is dated the 31st but the birth took place on the 29th

Teresa Caso, the same midwife as in the other record, presented the baby. In this record, she was age 48.

same witnesses as in the other record. Witnesses were normally at the town hall and served as needed. No relation to the parties in the record. In this record, I can see that the father of the second witness was Beradino.

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Re: Translation Request Teresa Lauletta- Marsicovetere

Postby fairhilleng » 14 Feb 2011, 15:05

Thank you very much for your assistance! This is such a helpful site.
Searching: Termini-Imerese : Mascari, Lazzaro, Cecala, Foppiano, Montemurro


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