1866 Death Record-Giuseppe Girardi

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1866 Death Record-Giuseppe Girardi

Postby Haztek » 05 Jul 2013, 21:12

Would like to very the following information:
Record #64
Reported at hour 19 (7 PM) on day 28 of April 1866 to Pasquale Tagliaferri, Mayor
Giuseppe Girardi, age 4, born in Cervinara, son of Nicola, profession of laborer, and Angela Guerriero (?).
Died at hour 4 on day 27 of April.
Witnesses:Domenico Casale, son of Michele, age 33, profession of laborer, and
Pasquale Tudico, son of the deceased Gioventino (?), age 60, profession of laborer
Thanks, jerry

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Re: 1866 Death Record-Giuseppe Girardi

Postby Tessa78 » 05 Jul 2013, 21:47

Haztek wrote:Would like to very the following information:
Record #64
Reported at hour 10 AM on day 28 of April 1866 to Pasquale Tagliaferri, Mayor
Giuseppe Girardi, age 4, born in Cervinara, son of Nicola, profession of laborer, and Angela Guerriero (?). I see Germano, and profession of day laborer
Died at hour 4 PM on day 27 of April at the home of Nicola Girardi
Witnesses:Domenico Casale, son of Michele, age 34, profession of laborer, and
Pasquale Tudico, son of the deceased Gioacchino(?), age 60, profession of laborer
Thanks, jerry

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Re: 1866 Death Record-Giuseppe Girardi

Postby Haztek » 05 Jul 2013, 21:56

Thanks Tessa!
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