1825 Carolina birth

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1825 Carolina birth

Postby Haztek » 22 Jun 2013, 14:59

Looking for the last names of both witnesses: Giuseppe & Pasquale.
Thanks, Jerry
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Re: 1825 Carolina birth

Postby erudita74 » 22 Jun 2013, 15:19

Haztek wrote:Looking for the last names of both witnesses: Giuseppe & Pasquale.
Thanks, Jerry
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Giuseppe's surname is Labianca.
Pasquale's looks like Artieri, although I see that Altieri is a surname in the town.

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Re: 1825 Carolina birth

Postby Haztek » 22 Jun 2013, 15:33

Thank you Erudita.

I am doing ok with these records now, except for last names and some professions.

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Re: 1825 Carolina birth

Postby erudita74 » 22 Jun 2013, 15:49

Haztek wrote:Thank you Erudita.

I am doing ok with these records now, except for last names and some professions.

jerry


You are doing really well with these records, Jerry. I wish others who upload records for translation on the forum would make the effort that you do to learn to read these documents themselves. It is so rewarding to be able to decipher these records and discover what they are telling us. Last names in towns in which I have not done research though are still a challenge, even for me, and I've been doing this kind of research for close to 20 years now.
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