1814 Birth Record Maria Lucia

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1814 Birth Record Maria Lucia

Postby Haztek » 10 Oct 2012, 22:31

Record # 17
At 3 PM on day 21 of January 1814, before Fasano Lancono, Mayor of the Comune of Cervinara, the Province of Principato Ultra, appeared Michele Cillo, age 32, profession of laborer, living in (?), born to his wife Antonia Aellito (?),age 30, a feminine child named Maria Lucia.
Witnesses: Fortunato Cioffi, age 30, profession of (?), living in (?) and Raffaele Corci, age 50, profession of (?) living in (come sopra) same as above.
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Re: 1814 Birth Record Maria Lucia

Postby Tessa78 » 11 Oct 2012, 02:22

Haztek wrote:Record # 17
At 2 PM on day 21 of January 1814, before Stefano Simeone, Mayor of the Comune of Cervinara, the Province of Principato Ultra, appeared Michele Cillo, age 32, profession of laborer, living in (?)"detto comune" - said comune, born to his wife Antonia Stellato (?),age 30, a feminine child named Maria Lucia.
Witnesses: Fortunato Cioffi, age 33, profession of (?),benestante - rich person, living in (?)as above and Raffaele Corbi, age 50, profession of (?)scribente - scribe living in (come sopra) same as above.
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Re: 1814 Birth Record Maria Lucia

Postby Haztek » 11 Oct 2012, 13:42

Thanks Tessa.
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