1817 Birth Record-Maria Fortunata Viola #31

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1817 Birth Record-Maria Fortunata Viola #31

Postby Haztek » 18 Oct 2012, 12:19

Record #31
At hour 15 (3 PM) on day 14 of February 1819 before Michele Buonanni, Mayor of the Comune of Cervinara, Province of Principato Ultra, appeared Angelo Viola, age 32, profession of laborer, living in the aforesaid Comune, Casala Piscimoni, was born to his legitimate wife Caterina Campoana, age 30, at 10 AM, was a female child named Maria Fortunata.
Witnesses: Guglielmo Menola, age 35, profession of (?), living in the aforesaid Comune, and Sielio Campoana, age 60, profession of (?), living in (come sopra) as above.
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Re: 1817 Birth Record-Maria Fortunata Viola #31

Postby Tessa78 » 18 Oct 2012, 15:36

Hi jerry :-D !

Mother's surname appears to be CAMPANA - found in Cervinara

First witness's surname is MEROLA - possibly a servant?
Second witness is PIETRO CAMPANA -

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Re: 1817 Birth Record-Maria Fortunata Viola #31

Postby Haztek » 18 Oct 2012, 15:56

Thank you Tessa. Can you make out what the profession of Pietro is?

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Re: 1817 Birth Record-Maria Fortunata Viola #31

Postby erudita74 » 18 Oct 2012, 20:06

Jerry
I am throwing out this possibility for the profession-not that I think it is correct because of the fourth letter in the document.

cantoniere-which is a signalman or roadman
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Re: 1817 Birth Record-Maria Fortunata Viola #31

Postby Haztek » 18 Oct 2012, 21:40

The 4th letter looked like a D to me! I have looked and looked at a list of occupations trying to figure this out, but could not get it!

Thank you for your efforts and also for contacting Raccuja for me.

On Tuesdays, I got to the FHC to work on my father's side (Rotondi & Cervinara) of the family and I have been working on my mothers side (Raccuja) at home thru the Internet.

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Re: 1817 Birth Record-Maria Fortunata Viola #31

Postby erudita74 » 19 Oct 2012, 16:30

The fourth letter actually looks like a "d" to me too! But I've seen all kinds of possibilities for the beginning letters. I just can't find any occupation that seems to fit the bill.
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Re: 1817 Birth Record-Maria Fortunata Viola #31

Postby PippoM » 20 Oct 2012, 22:05

I read "candeniere", that might be a dialectal way to say "cantiniere"="innkeeper"
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Re: 1817 Birth Record-Maria Fortunata Viola #31

Postby Haztek » 20 Oct 2012, 22:21

Thank you PippoM.
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