1866 Death Record-Agostino Girardi

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1866 Death Record-Agostino Girardi

Postby Haztek » 05 Jul 2013, 20:41

Would like to verify the following information:
Record #59
Reported at 2 pm on day 30 of March to Pasquale Tagliaferri, Mayor of Cervinara.
Agostino Girardi, age 40, profession of laborer, spouse of Giuseppa ?, son of the deceased Pietro. Mother's name ?,
Died at the hour of 9 AM on day 29 of March.
Witnesses: Giovanni Perone, son of the decease Agostino, age 40, profession of laborer
Pasquale ?, son of the deceased Francesco, age 45, profession of laborer.

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Re: 1866 Death Record-Agostino Girardi

Postby Tessa78 » 05 Jul 2013, 21:55

Haztek wrote:Would like to verify the following information:
Record #59
Reported at10 AMon day 30 of March to Pasquale Tagliaferri, Mayor of Cervinara.
Agostino Girardi, age 40, profession of laborer, spouse of Giuseppa Riccio?, son of the deceased Pietro. Mother's name Maddalena Miele?,
Died at the hour of 9 AM on day 29 of March, at home at Strada Pavone(?).
Witnesses: Giovanni Perone, son of the decease Agostino, age 40, profession of laborer
Pasquale Piccolo, son of the deceased Francesco, age 45, profession of laborer.

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Re: 1866 Death Record-Agostino Girardi

Postby Haztek » 05 Jul 2013, 22:02

Thanks Tessa!
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