1841 Marriage Record-Giuseppe Lo Grande

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1841 Marriage Record-Giuseppe Lo Grande

Postby Haztek » 24 Sep 2012, 21:49

Giuseppe Lo Grande & Fortunata Munforti
Record #112
At 3 PM on 8 July 1841 before Salvadore Angi, Mayor of the Comune of Raccuja, District of Patti, Messina, appeared Giuseppe Lo Grande, age 30, born in Raccuja, District of Patti, Messina, profession of laborer, living in Raccuja, son of Santo, profession on laborer, living in Raccuja, and Rosa Marino, profession of silk weaver/spinner, living in Raccuja, AND Fortunata Munforti, age 27, born in Raccuja, living in Raccuja, daughter of Gaetano, profession of middle class, living in Raccuja, and Nunzia Palazzolo, profession of silk weaver/spinner, living in Raccuja.

Married in the church on 8 July 1841. Witnesses: Francesco Angotta, and Ignazio Munforti.

Witnesses: Francesco Astone, age 25, profession of butcher, living in Raccuja
Vincenzo Raccuja, age 29, laborer, living in Raccuja
(Mro) Maestro Carmelo Orifici, age 56, laborer, living in Raccuja
Antonino Fuccio, age 50, profession of (barbiere) barber, living in Raccuja.
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Re: 1841 Marriage Record-Giuseppe Lo Grande

Postby Tessa78 » 24 Sep 2012, 23:47

Looks great to me, Jerry! :-D

Only things that might be changed are Orifici's age... looks like 52 :-)
AND last witness looks like Tuccio

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Re: 1841 Marriage Record-Giuseppe Lo Grande

Postby Haztek » 01 Oct 2012, 16:49

Thank you Tessa!

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