First of all, thank you for reading this post. I've seen my healthy share of handwritten notes in birth record margins pointing towards death and marriage records. Though I find these notes to be the most difficult to read, I can usually decipher them. However, I've come across a unique case that has exhausted my capabilities, and thus I'd really appreciate some help.
The challenging note is on the birth record of my great grand uncle, Giuseppe Facchini, born February 16, 1879 in Molfetta. I've cropped the section of the birth record with the note and attached it to this post. It appears to relate to a record and/or event in Bari taking place on September 15, 1896. The text is lengthy, and I can only pick out a few words. It ends above another piece of handwritten text about his marriage to Maria Saveria Abbastista on September 14, 1905.
Thank you in advance for any input!