Birth Record #4 Lucia Cillo

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Birth Record #4 Lucia Cillo

Postby Haztek » 18 Aug 2011, 22:56

Another handwritten one!
Record #4
Lucia Cillo
4 January 1873
F: Pasquale Cillo
M: Maria Cillo
Cervinara
Wit #1: Giuseppe ?
#2: Angelo Cillo
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Re: Birth Record #4 Lucia Cillo

Postby Tessa78 » 18 Aug 2011, 23:37

Hi Jerry,

the child's name is indeed Lucia Cillo.
On 4 January 1873 at 11 Am at the town hall of Cervinara appeared FELICE Cillo, son of deceased Pietro, age 32, laborer; who declared that at 12 noon on the 3rd of the month to his wife CRISTINA MARRO, daughter of deceased Giovanni, age 26, peasant farmer living with him in his house in this town on Strada Mizi, was born a female child, who was presented to the official and given the name LUCIA.

Witnesses:
1 - Giuseppe Campana, son of deceased Tommaso, age 50, laborer
2 - Angelo Cillo, son of deceased Michele, age 30, laborer

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Re: Birth Record #4 Lucia Cillo

Postby Haztek » 18 Aug 2011, 23:48

Thanks T. I am going to need MUCH more practice for these handwritten ones!
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Re: Birth Record #4 Lucia Cillo

Postby Tessa78 » 18 Aug 2011, 23:57

Haztek wrote:Thanks T. I am going to need MUCH more practice for these handwritten ones!
jerry


I think you're doing great! :-)

We ALL get bogged down (and a bit bleary eyed) reading these sometimes!

T.


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