MuscoMisty11 wrote:Thank you Livio for you time. I do need a full translation to go with the document if anyone have the time.
Dated March 11, 1866 at 3 P.M. in the town hall/Town of Carpineto della Nora
Appearing were two informants. The first was Domenicantonio Mosca, son of deceased Donato Mosca. He was age 61 and a peasant/farmer. The second was Marco Rosini, the son of deceased Francesco Rosini, age 35. The first was a brother of the deceased and the second was a neighbor of the deceased.
Both reported that, at 2 a.m. on the 11th of March, Candeloro Mosca, age 59, had died. He was a mason, or bricklayer, who had been born and was living in Carpineto della Nora. He was the son of deceased Donato Mosca and deceased Anna Domenica Tomasso. He was the widower of deceased Maria Rosini and the husband of Maria di Persio. He was the father of Sabatino and Stefano. He died in the house situated in this town on Rione di Santa Maria.
Marco Rosini, the one informant, was illiterate and did not sign the document.