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Birth record translations

Postby dmurphy1940 » 28 May 2013, 14:29

Thank you all.
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Cipriano, Maria Rosaria/Numero 121
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Montecalvo, Marciano/Numero 108
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Re: Birth record translations

Postby Tessa78 » 28 May 2013, 16:25

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Record #121
Maria Rosaria Cipriano
Dated 18 December 1899 at 11:10 Am at the town office in Frigento
Appeared Michele Cipriano , 43, peasant farmer residing in Frigento, to declare that at 3:15 AM on the 18th of the current month at the place at Contrada Roseto #19 to Mariantonia Famiglietti, his wife, a peasant farmer living with him was born a female child. The child was presented to the official and given the name Maria Rosaria…
Witnesses were Alfonso Pelosi and Rocco Ciampi, both landowners.

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Record #108
Marciano Montecalvo
Dated 3 December 1899 at 9:35 AM at the town office in Frigento
Appeared Nicola Montecalvo, 27, peasant farmer residing in Frigento, to declare that at 9:40 Am on the 1st of the month at the place at Vico Secondo Speranzella #15, to Angiolina Ciampi, his wife, peasant farmer, living with him, was born a male child. The child was presented to the official and given the name Marciano.
Witnesses:
Francesco Schettino, school master; and Nicola Gelsomino, goldsmith.

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Re: Birth record translations

Postby dmurphy1940 » 28 May 2013, 16:41

Thank you very much, Tessa.
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Re: Birth record translations

Postby dmurphy1940 » 28 May 2013, 19:26

Two more for today.
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This may go with Numero 21, Cipriano, Michele??
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Cipriano, Michele/Numero 21
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Montecalvo, Nunzia/Numero 100
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Re: Birth record translations

Postby dmurphy1940 » 28 May 2013, 19:28

Montecalvo,Nunzia should be Numero 117, not Numero 100, sorry.
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Re: Birth record translations

Postby Tessa78 » 28 May 2013, 19:59

Record #21
Michele Cipriano
Dated 3 March 1896 at 10:25 AM at the town office in Frigento.
Appeared Vincenzo Cipriano, 33, peasant farmer residing in Frigento, to declare that at 4:20 AM on the 2nd of the month, at the place at Contrada Massariola #8, to Teresina Montecalvo, his wife, peasant farmer living with him was born a male child. The child was presented to the official and given the name MICHELE.
Witnesses:
Camillo Assanti, 58, and Giuseppe Mugnai, 38 – both landowners.

The additional record indicates that on
8 January 1921, Michele married Rosa D’Arienzo, PF, daughter of Michalangelo and of Anna Boccuzzo, born 25 December 1903


Record #117
Nunzia Montecalvo
Dated 27 October 1902 at 9:50 AM at the town office in Frigento.
Appeared Margherita Solomita, 60, midwife residing in Frigento, to declare that at 10:15 PM on the 26th of the month at the place at Contrada Confine #20, to Angiolina Ciampi, peasant farmer, wife of Nicola Montecalvo, peasant farmer, both residing in Frigento, was born a female child. The child was presented to the official and given the name NUNZIA.
Witnesses:
Adriano Giodano, 70, landowner; and Giuseppe Famiglietti, 48, tailor.
The declarant, Solomita, made the presentation because the husband of Ciampi had emigrated to America.

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Re: Birth record translations

Postby dmurphy1940 » 28 May 2013, 20:17

Wow! Excellent information on those two records, thank you, Tessa!
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Re: Birth record translations

Postby Tessa78 » 28 May 2013, 20:29

dmurphy1940 wrote:Wow! Excellent information on those two records, thank you, Tessa!


Glad to hear it!

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Re: Birth record translations

Postby dmurphy1940 » 28 May 2013, 20:41

:lol:
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Re: Birth record translations

Postby dmurphy1940 » 28 May 2013, 23:55

Numero 141 is my Aunt!
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Re: Birth record translations

Postby PippoM » 29 May 2013, 08:17

#101 Montecalvo Rocco
Act date: August 16th, 1900 at 9:15 a.m.
Declarer (father): Montecalvo Francesco Saverio, 38 years, peasant, living in Frigento, Vico Secondo Speranzella.
Mother: Antonia Telese, peasant.
Birth date: August 16th, 1900 at 2:20 a.m.
Witnesses: Giovanni Nardovino, 22, land-owner
Rocco Ciampi, 25, land-owner

Left side annotation: April 28th, 1920 married Cancelliere Angiolina
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Re: Birth record translations

Postby PippoM » 29 May 2013, 08:28

#141 Montecalvo Maria Marciana
Act date: December 21st, 1902 at 8:40 a.m.
Declarer (father): Montecalvo Donatantonio, 23 years, peasant, living in Frigento, Contrada Confine.
Mother: Giuseppa Ciampi, peasant.
Birth date: December 21st, 1902 at 2:25 a.m.
Witnesses: Marciano Genna, 56, trentanove
Pasquale Pepino, 30, shoemaker

Now I wonder: what is "trentanove"; I suppose it is an error by the clerk, but I will investigate
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Re: Birth record translations

Postby dmurphy1940 » 29 May 2013, 14:07

Thank you very much, Pippo!
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Re: Birth record translations

Postby dmurphy1940 » 29 May 2013, 23:38

May I please have translations for these two records.
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Cipriano, Maria Rosa/Numero 31
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Cipriano, Carmina/Numero 104
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Re: Birth record translations

Postby dmurphy1940 » 30 May 2013, 00:22

I have a question on this record. Not necessarily a translation. Why is that it seems that at the beginning of each year, there is so much writing on the first few records? Just curious as to what it is.

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