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Would someone help me translate this?

Postby CMarie0902 » 29 Sep 2004, 19:27

Hello. I have found some documents online that are in Italian and I know to contain information on my family line. I can discern most of it but am lost on the finer points. Can anyone help me? Here is where they can be found:http://www.comune.sarezzo.bs.it/storiasarezzo23.htm, http://www.comune.sarezzo.bs.it/storiasarezzo22.htm, http://www.castellodisarna.it/storia.htm

I did hit the "auto-translate" option on these but there are still things that I cannot figure out. Any help at all wouldbe greatly appreciated!

Colleen Montini
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Re: Would someone help me translate this?

Postby ptimber » 29 Sep 2004, 19:56

Did you try www.freetranslation.com....they give you 1800 words free. and they are a good site. Peter
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Re: Would someone help me translate this?

Postby brujaojos » 30 Sep 2004, 18:10

CMarie0902 wrote:Hello. I have found some documents online that are in Italian and I know to contain information on my family line. I can discern most of it but am lost on the finer points. Can anyone help me? Here is where they can be found:http://www.comune.sarezzo.bs.it/storiasarezzo23.htm, http://www.comune.sarezzo.bs.it/storiasarezzo22.htm, http://www.castellodisarna.it/storia.htm

I did hit the "auto-translate" option on these but there are still things that I cannot figure out. Any help at all wouldbe greatly appreciated!

Colleen Montini


Hi Colleen,

Go to Atla Vist Translator at http://world.altavista.com/

When on this site, type in the website's url down where it states to translate webpage.
www.comune.sarezzo.bs.it/storiasarezzo23.htm
www.comune.sarezzo.bs.it/storiasarezzo22.htm
www.castellodisarna.it/storia.htm

Click on Translate from Italian to English, and it will translate the page for you. This is a FREE translator.

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Re: Would someone help me translate this?

Postby ptimber » 30 Sep 2004, 19:17

If your stull not satisfied get back to me and we will fix you right up. Peter
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Re: Would someone help me translate this?

Postby CMarie0902 » 30 Sep 2004, 23:17

thank you both for the suggestions! I will let you know how it turns out! :P
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Re: Would someone help me translate this?

Postby ptimber » 01 Oct 2004, 02:59

Do not pay any money to anyone for information should you be approached. Peter
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Re: Would someone help me translate this?

Postby Victorlm » 01 Oct 2004, 07:18

CMarie0902 wrote:Hello. I have found some documents online that are in Italian and I know to contain information on my family line. I can discern most of it but am lost on the finer points. Can anyone help me? Here is where they can be found:http://www.comune.sarezzo.bs.it/storiasarezzo23.htm, http://www.comune.sarezzo.bs.it/storiasarezzo22.htm, http://www.castellodisarna.it/storia.htm

I did hit the "auto-translate" option on these but there are still things that I cannot figure out. Any help at all wouldbe greatly appreciated!

Colleen Montini


I can translate it for you, at no charge of course. Software translation programs make a lot of mistakes. What parts you don't understand?
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Re: Would someone help me translate this?

Postby CMarie0902 » 02 Oct 2004, 15:59

Thanks Victor! I've pretty much got the basics - names, dates, etc. You're right, the translation programs can be a little confusing. Now I'm trying to figure out more of the littler details. In the Sarezzo22 document, there is a paragraph about a nun, Camilla Bolognini - what exactly did she do for her nephews? The phrase " it's dead women" pops up a lot - ? I know Carl(o) was a doctor but some of his accomplishments are a little fuzzy.

In the Sarezzo23 document there are some references to Napolean and the war but I cannot discern the details. At the end of that document it is talking about a child tht died at 15 months - of what? English translation at the end reads "In the 1885 son of he Giancarlo, "of years three", lives in that city with the mother Emilia Ghio, rimaritata with Carl Zandonini". What am I missing? Is Giancarlo's father listed? Who was Emilia married to the first time? I am particularly interested in this because I think my grandfather may have been named after her.

In the castello di sarna document, towards the end there is mention of the Montini family - could you help me with that part as well?

I know this is a lot to ask but anything you could offer would be greatly appreciated!!!

Are you still living in Italy?

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Re: Would someone help me translate this?

Postby Victorlm » 02 Oct 2004, 20:55

CMarie0902 wrote:Thanks Victor! I've pretty much got the basics - names, dates, etc. You're right, the translation programs can be a little confusing. Now I'm trying to figure out more of the littler details. In the Sarezzo22 document, there is a paragraph about a nun, Camilla Bolognini - what exactly did she do for her nephews? The phrase " it's dead women" pops up a lot - ? I know Carl(o) was a doctor but some of his accomplishments are a little fuzzy.

In the Sarezzo23 document there are some references to Napolean and the war but I cannot discern the details. At the end of that document it is talking about a child tht died at 15 months - of what? English translation at the end reads "In the 1885 son of he Giancarlo, "of years three", lives in that city with the mother Emilia Ghio, rimaritata with Carl Zandonini". What am I missing? Is Giancarlo's father listed? Who was Emilia married to the first time? I am particularly interested in this because I think my grandfather may have been named after her.

In the castello di sarna document, towards the end there is mention of the Montini family - could you help me with that part as well?

I know this is a lot to ask but anything you could offer would be greatly appreciated!!!

Are you still living in Italy?

Colleen




Hi Colleen:
I get an error on the Sarezzo link. The bottom of the other one says:

Innocenzio Montini died in Sarna on November 23, 1764 and was buried in the family tomb in the basilica of Verna.

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Re: Would someone help me translate this?

Postby DeliBoy » 02 Oct 2004, 22:54

Colleen,

"In April 1681 Camilla Bolognini, nun and aunt of the Montini brothers, created and appointed her envoys the most illustrious and most reverend Lord Don Francesco previously Giovanni Paolo Montini citizen and inhabitant of Brescia, and the most excellent Lord Doctor Carlo Montini, brother of the aforementioned reverend. "

Envoy is a very rough translation of what Francesco and Carlo were appoined to be. Look up the english word Nunzio for a technical definition.

Alla sua morte, (To it’s dead women) means upon her death.

The 15 moth old child, Gaetano, died of an illness caused by "slow teething". His brother Gaetano Antonio, who died at the age of 30, was the father of Giancarlo, and the first husband of Emilia Ghio.

Victor,

Did you delete the comma off the end of the URL for the Sarezzo link?
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Re: Would someone help me translate this?

Postby CMarie0902 » 03 Oct 2004, 02:25

thank you! this helps me a lot.

I thought I pasted the link directly in but I may have accidently left something off. My apologies.

http://www.comune.sarezzo.bs.it/storiasarezzo23.htm

http://www.comune.sarezzo.bs.it/storiasarezzo22.htm

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