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Need names deciphered

Postby theograd » 24 Feb 2012, 04:36

I need the names, date deciphered on these marriage related images of Angelo Lamantia and Girolama Bonetti, dated 1851. Included are the Atto della Solenne Promessa and two shots of the table, one is a close-up. The Table number to look for is #39 near the middle. I especially need their parents' names, as I can only make out their first names. I believe that Angelo, and Giuseppa below, have the same parents, that is, are brother and sister. To repeat, it is the mother's maiden name (Filippa ......) I'd especially want. I have been studying old handwriting samples, but some of this is pretty scribbled.

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On the following are some names which are from the same family as above. Filippa....... appears here. I included these here to see more images of the writing for that undecipherable last name of Filippa..... and any others you can make out:

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Thank you in advance for any help,
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Re: Need names deciphered

Postby liviomoreno » 24 Feb 2012, 07:19

The images are too small to be read by my eyes...

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Re: Need names deciphered

Postby Tessa78 » 24 Feb 2012, 23:20

Mine, too :shock:

Try posting using the "Thumbnail for forum (1)" in postimage.org

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Re: Need names deciphered

Postby theograd » 25 Feb 2012, 01:04

Not sure if this will do it right, but here goes:

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Sister's images( I think she's a sister to Angelo):

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I've included so many to aid in handwriting recognition...if possible!

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Re: Need names deciphered

Postby Tessa78 » 25 Feb 2012, 02:01

When I click on the image I only get the postimage.org home page :-(

Be sure to upload the image, then scroll down and copy the URL for the "thumbnail for forum(1)" and paste it here.

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Re: Need names deciphered

Postby theograd » 25 Feb 2012, 02:19

OH! will do. theogad

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Re: Need names deciphered

Postby theograd » 25 Feb 2012, 02:24

Hope this works this time! Thanks for staying with this. Theograd

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Re: Need names deciphered

Postby theograd » 25 Feb 2012, 02:27

Still looks the same to me. When I select and copy the url's I did paste to the post, but as I said, it doesn't look any different than before. I don't get to "see" it until it gets posted on site. t

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Re: Need names deciphered

Postby Tessa78 » 25 Feb 2012, 04:08

Unfortunately, clicking the image still just brings me to the postimage.org home page...

How about sending them to me in a private message (PM) or an email?
Then I'll post them to the forum.
I'll PM my email address to you.

OR... you can try one more time.
On postimage.org , browse, choose FAMILY safe, upload, then copy and paste url.


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Re: Need names deciphered

Postby Tessa78 » 04 Mar 2012, 16:49

Responded to your email today! :-)

Mother's surname is Vitrano.
Date of Giuseppa's birth is 25 July 1823

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