1868 Death Record-Grazia Girardi

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1868 Death Record-Grazia Girardi

Postby Haztek » 18 Jul 2013, 16:10

This one has me a little confused. It looks like the record was entered twice and the format seems quite different. Looking for the day and month of death, and verify parents names.

First 2 images go together.
Next 3 go together.
#188 Grazia Girardi Father: Giambattista Mother: Vittoria Cioffi comune of Cervinara
In the second image, see a date of 19 January and 5 October?

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Re: 1868 Death Record-Grazia Girardi

Postby PippoM » 19 Jul 2013, 11:19

I can't see the act# in the first document, anyway:
Grazia Girardi died on January 19th, 1868.
Her death was not declared, or not written down by Registrar, in death registers of the Commune.
So there had to be a sentence of the Court of Avellino, issued on October 5th, that recognized she actually died, on the basis of an affidavit.
An extract of the sentence was inserted in the volute of enclosures (don't know if this is the right word...maybe attachment? Please tell me what would be better!) and the Registrar also wrote it down in the registers of Deaths.
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Re: 1868 Death Record-Grazia Girardi

Postby Haztek » 19 Jul 2013, 12:57

I would guess "attachment"

Thank you very much Pippo. I would never figured this one out!

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