Perrotta, D'Angelo marriage

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Perrotta, D'Angelo marriage

Postby oilman19 » 26 Feb 2011, 00:10

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I have attached the marriage annotation from the birth act of Cesare Perrotta. It looks like the marriage took place in San Prisco on 30 May 1870.


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This is the 1st page of the atti di matrimonio for the same marriage. It looks like it took place in S.M.C.V. in June.

Can someone please tell me where I am going wrong. :?

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Re: Perrotta, D'Angelo marriage

Postby maestra36 » 26 Feb 2011, 00:20

The second document is the record produced in SMCV after the marriage info was communicated to that town from the other town. The date of the notation-May 30th-record No 16-is the correct date of the marriage in San Prisco

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Re: Perrotta, D'Angelo marriage

Postby oilman19 » 26 Feb 2011, 00:23

Peg

I don't think this was a part 2 document. Wouldn't it normally be in part 2?

Thank you for the guidance.
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Re: Perrotta, D'Angelo marriage

Postby maestra36 » 26 Feb 2011, 00:23

The last two lines of the second document have the date of May 30th and number 16 for the act as well. The June 10th date at the top is the date the record was created in SMCV from the info communicated from the other town.

Normally that type of document should be in Part II of the records for that year.

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Re: Perrotta, D'Angelo marriage

Postby oilman19 » 26 Feb 2011, 00:25

Oh!

I didn't read far enough.
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Re: Perrotta, D'Angelo marriage

Postby oilman19 » 26 Feb 2011, 00:27

I don't believe I have ever seen 92 documents in Part 2. I think it was in part 1.

However, I could be wrong.

Thank you for clearing this up for me.
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Re: Perrotta, D'Angelo marriage

Postby maestra36 » 26 Feb 2011, 00:31

In any case, it does appear that the marriage took place in San Prisco.

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Re: Perrotta, D'Angelo marriage

Postby oilman19 » 26 Feb 2011, 00:32

That does make the most sense.

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Re: Perrotta, D'Angelo marriage

Postby maestra36 » 26 Feb 2011, 00:38

Jim
If you count up four lines in the second document, it says-

abbiamo ricevuto dal sindaco di San Prisco (sco is on the next line) and followed by that it says, atto di matrimonio...

we have received from the mayor of San Prisco act of matrimony...

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Re: Perrotta, D'Angelo marriage

Postby oilman19 » 26 Feb 2011, 00:48

That is a big help. I was not able to translate that line.

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