Dated Feb 25, 1894 Informant, baby’s father, Francescantonio F., age 26, was a peasant/farmer in Frigento. He reported that, at 5:20 a.m. on the 23rd of the current month, a female infant named Filomena, was born in the house at 2 Contrada San Marco, to his wife, Mariantonia Di Leo, who was living with him. She too was a peasant/farmer.
Witnesses to the declaration of the birth, and presentation of the infant, were Francesco Caviglia, age 40, a telegrapher, and Giuseppe Mugnai, age 37, a property owner.
The witnesses and town official signed the document below. The informant, however, did not sign, as he was illiterate.
Record #65 Giovannina Cipriano Dated 12 June 1887 at 8 AM at the town office in Frigento Appearing was Mariano Cipriano, age 46, peasant farmer of Frigento, to declare that at 10:30 AM on the 10th of the current month at the place at Via Limiti(?) #38, to Maria Rosaria, daughter of Luca, his wife, peasant farmer living with him, was born a female child who he presented and to whom was given the name GIOVANNINA
Record #66 Rocco Famiglietti Dated 12 June 1887 at 8:05 AM at the town office in Frigento Appearing was Carmine Famiglietti, age 38, mason residing in Frigento; to declare that at 5:15 PM on the 10th of the current month at the place at Via Limiti(?) #23, to Mariantonia Guerriero, his wife, houseiwfee, living with him, was born a male child who he presented and to whom was given the name ROCCO
Record #72 Giuseppantonio Cipriano Dated 10 July 1887 at 11:50 AM in Frigento Appearing was Giuseppantonio Cipriano, age 36, landowner, to declare that at 6:20 PM on the 7th of the current month, at the place at Terzo Vico San Rocco #2, to Angela Capobianco, his wife, landowner, living with him, was born a male child who he presented and to whom was given the name GIUSEPPANTONIO Witnesses to the record: Giuseppe Genera, 46, landowner; Carmine Pelosi, 39, landwoner
And I have another one for translation. Also, where on the record, does the mother's name appear? That would help sort out relatives without bothering anyone on this forum. I did not know my surnames were so common in Italy.
Record #44 Dated 17 April 1887 at 9 AM at town office in Frigento Appearing was Angelo Montecalvo, age 36, peasant farmer residing in Frigento, to declare that at 5:40 PM on the 16th of the current month at the place at Secondo Vico Speranzella #25, to Lucia Mussolino, his wife living with him, was born a male child who he presented and to whom was given the name GIUSEPPE Witnesses to the record: Carmine Pelosi, 39, landowner; Carlo Testa, 22, landowner.
The mother's name appears on line 9 in this record