Translation Request Poalo Zerbi Rovegno

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Translation Request Poalo Zerbi Rovegno

Postby fairhilleng » 17 Apr 2011, 00:27

I would like some assistance translating the baptism record for Poalo Vincenzo Zerbo.
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Re: Translation Request Poalo Zerbi Rovegno

Postby Incipit » 18 Apr 2011, 18:01

Millesimo septingentesimo septuagesimo sexto die tertio mensi<s> septembris, ego Iacobus Antonius Pastorinus archipresbiter ecclesiae parrochialis sancti Ioannis Evangelistae, loci Rovenii baptizavi infantem natum hodie ex Ioanne Baptista Zerbi quondam Angeli, et Hyeronime [Barberia] coniugibus huius loci, cui impositum fuit nomen Paulus Vincentius. Patrini fuerunt Ioannes Baptista [...] filius Iohannis Baptistae, et Cattarina Insula filia Augustini huius parociae.

1776, 3rd of September. I, Antonio Pastorino, archpriest of the church of St. John the Evangelist, in Rovegno, baptized a child, born today from Giovanni Battista Zerbi, son of Angelo, and Girolama [Barberia], married couple of this place. He was named Paolo Vincenzo. Godparents were Giovanni Battista [...] son of Giovanni Battista, and Caterina Insula son of Agostino of this parish.
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Re: Translation Request Poalo Zerbi Rovegno

Postby fairhilleng » 18 Apr 2011, 18:41

It appears the godfather's surname is Retagliata and the godmother's surname is Isola. You are very talented to be able to read this hand writing. Thank you very much! Grazie mille !
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