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1829 Marriage record for G-G-Grandparents

Postby Haztek » 25 Aug 2011, 22:45

This is the marriage record for my G-G-Grandparents. I would appreciate any corrections and additions to this record.
Record #2
In the year 1829, day 11 of the month April, appearing before Mayor Sebastiano di Copra in the Commune of Rotondi, District of Avellino, Province of Principato Ultra was:

Gennaro Pellegrino Crispino, age 35, born in Rotondi, profession of laborer, living in Rotondi, son of the deceased Alessandro (no profession listed), and Anastasia Mercaldo Infanta.

And Rosa Lanni, age 24, born in Rotondi, living in Rotondi, daughter of Nicola (presentato?) profession of laborer, living in Rotondi, and Caterina Russo, living in (come sopra) same as above.

Witnesses:
Domenico Lanni, age 50, profession (legale) lawyer, living in Rotondi
Gennaro D'Angera, age 26, profession (possidente) landowner, living in Rotondi
Decio Landi, age 25, profession (sacerdote) priest, living in Rotondi
Domenico Landi, age 60, profession (sacerdote) priest, living in (come sopra) as above.

1. Is Infanta the last name of Anastasia, or does it mean something else?
2. What does the word after Nicola mean? That he presented his daughter Rosa?
3. On the right side of image 1, did they actually get married in the church on 11 April?
Thank you very much! This is the oldest document I have found so far for my ancestors!
Jerry Crispino
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Re: 1829 Marriage record for G-G-Grandparents

Postby Tessa78 » 26 Aug 2011, 02:54

Jerry,

Could you have posted the wrong images?
The links you have are identical and for a record #30, dated 1 December 1809

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Re: 1829 Marriage record for G-G-Grandparents

Postby Haztek » 26 Aug 2011, 03:08

Yes! You are correct! I guess I was over excited!

Here are the correct images.

Jerry



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Re: 1829 Marriage record for G-G-Grandparents

Postby Tessa78 » 26 Aug 2011, 03:23

Haztek wrote:This is the marriage record for my G-G-Grandparents. I would appreciate any corrections and additions to this record.
Record #2
In the year 1829, day 3 of the month April, appearing before Mayor Sebastiano di Copra in the Commune of Rotondi, District of Avellino, Province of Principato Ultra was:

Gennaro Pellegrino Crispino, age 35, born in Rotondi, profession of laborer, living in Rotondi, son of the deceased Alessandro (no profession listed), and Anastasia Mercaldo Infanta.(not a name... "defunta" - deceased)

And Rosa Lanni, age 24, born in Rotondi, living in Rotondi, daughter of Nicola (presentato?) I believe he was present profession of laborer, living in Rotondi, and Caterina Russo, living in (come sopra) same as above.

Witnesses:
D.(Don)Domenico Lanni, age 50, profession (legale) lawyer, living in Rotondi
D. (Don)Gennaro D'Angera, age 26, profession (possidente) landowner, living in Rotondi
D. (Don) Decio Landi, age 25, profession (sacerdote) priest, living in Rotondi
D. (Don) Domenico Landi, age 60, profession (sacerdote) priest, living in (come sopra) as above.

1. Is Infanta the last name of Anastasia, or does it mean something else? "defunta" - deceased
2. What does the word after Nicola mean? That he presented his daughter Rosa? or it means that he was present
3. On the right side of image 1, did they actually get married in the church on 11 April? Yes, and the record was received by the town official on the 12th.
Thank you very much! This is the oldest document I have found so far for my ancestors!
Jerry Crispino
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Re: 1829 Marriage record for G-G-Grandparents

Postby Tessa78 » 26 Aug 2011, 03:30

At the bottom of the first image is the list of documents presented...
1 - birth record of the groom
2 - birth record of the bride
3 - death record of the groom's father
4 - death record of the groom's mother
5 - death record of the grandfather of the bride.

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Re: 1829 Marriage record for G-G-Grandparents

Postby adelfio » 26 Aug 2011, 15:39

Tessa78 wrote:At the bottom of the first image is the list of documents presented...
1 - birth record of the groom
2 - birth record of the bride
3 - death record of the groom's father
4 - death record of the groom's mother
5 - death record of the grandfather of the bride.

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Jerry is there a processetti or allegati listed for that year you might be able to get some more info of the list of records T listed..

Prego!!Great find Jerry

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