1890 Death Record in Latin

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1890 Death Record in Latin

Postby Haztek » 27 Dec 2011, 12:29

Giovan Battista Basso

died 16 June 1890 (?)

Can you read anymore info?
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Re: 1890 Death Record in Latin

Postby liviomoreno » 27 Dec 2011, 15:49

Haztek wrote:...

Can you read anymore info?
...

yes I can :twisted:

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Re: 1890 Death Record in Latin

Postby Haztek » 27 Dec 2011, 16:05

Any chance you could share with me? :)

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Re: 1890 Death Record in Latin

Postby liviomoreno » 27 Dec 2011, 16:50

I've translated 3 records for you and you were not able to say "Thank you", maybe my help is not appreciated...

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Re: 1890 Death Record in Latin

Postby Haztek » 27 Dec 2011, 16:58

If you check my "1903 Death Record" entry you will see that I thanked Tessa and Marty for their help on that record.

This item originally had 3 items, which you did 2 for me yesterday, which I appreciated very much. I was waiting to thank you when the 3rd was done.

I am truly sorry if I offended you!

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