Death record translation - Antonio Gioscia

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Death record translation - Antonio Gioscia

Postby bkworm10 » 10 Jun 2011, 12:22

Hi,

Could someone please help me translate the following death record of Antonio Gioscia, that was included as part of a processetti package?

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Thank you!

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Re: Death record translation - Antonio Gioscia

Postby adelfio » 10 Jun 2011, 16:46

1845 April 3 the 16th hour appeared Nicola Potenza 46 muledriver and Felice Basite 46 muledriver death of Antonio Gioscia age 45 farmer born in Avigliano but he died in ?? son of deceased Francseco Gioscia and Rachele??Amato

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Re: Death record translation - Antonio Gioscia

Postby bkworm10 » 11 Jun 2011, 14:15

Thank you Marty. So his profession is farmer? Braniale? I'm used to seeing contadino on the death records from Accettura. This town is Stigliano.

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Re: Death record translation - Antonio Gioscia

Postby Tessa78 » 12 Jun 2011, 02:11

bkworm10 wrote:Thank you Marty. So his profession is farmer? Braniale? I'm used to seeing contadino on the death records from Accettura. This town is Stigliano.



The word is actually "bracciale" and means "laborer" - usually on a farm (farm hand)

Here is a site that can help you with Italian Occupations...
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.anc ... cupati.htm

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Re: Death record translation - Antonio Gioscia

Postby bkworm10 » 12 Jun 2011, 02:40

Thank you - this site will come in handy as I find new professions of my ancestors.


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