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Need help translating an Italian record from Famiy Search we

Postby italian059 » 14 Jul 2011, 21:55

I found this record on the Family Search Website. I am pretty sure this is my grandmother, but I am not sure what the record is for or what the date is at the top of the page. I am interested in the last line as well as the date at the top of the page. It reads: DiFulco, Catharina ex Paolo, etc. Can someone please translate this for me. I would really appreciate this.
Thanks so much.

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Re: Need help translating an Italian record from Famiy Searc

Postby italian059 » 14 Jul 2011, 22:27

Sorry, I am having trouble uploading the file. I am getting a message saying the board attachment quota has been reached. Is there any other way to put a copy of the file on the board so that it can be translated?

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Re: Need help translating an Italian record from Famiy Searc

Postby italian059 » 15 Jul 2011, 17:23

I can't add the attachment, so I will tell you what it says. It is a record of "Cresime". The date line at the top reads:
"Die or Dic 18 Meuisis (not sure) Octobre 1894"

The last line gives their names. What is Cresime? Wish I could attach so others could see. Any info would be helpful.
Thanks so much.

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Re: Need help translating an Italian record from Famiy Searc

Postby krombie19 » 16 Jul 2011, 22:35

If you can upload images to a free image hosting website, like imageshack, you can then put the direct link in your post. If you need help, you can shoot me a message and I can give you more detailed help.


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