Record #157 for Maria Di Giovanna Dated May 22, 1887 at 9:15 a.m. Appearing was Michele Di Giovanna, age 46, a day laborer. He reported that, at 5:20 a.m., in the house on via Cattano, on the 21st, a female infant was born to his wife, Audenzia Ciarolo, who was living with him. He was presenting this infant who was being named Maria. Witnesses were Michele Ciaccio, age 40, a shoemaker, and Margarita Sena, age 50, a manufacturer. All parties except for the town official were illiterate, so only he signed below.
Record #110 for Leonardo Montelione dated May 14, 1876 at 9:20 a.m. Appearing was Biagio Montelione, age 30, a member of the middle class (borgese) who reported that on the 13th, in the house on via Calvario, a male infant was born to his wife, Giuseppa Montelione, who was living with him. Witnesses to the declaration and presentation of the infant were Gaspare la Sala, age 40, a peasant/farmer, and Gaspare Mauceri, age 40, same occupation. The document was only signed by the town official, Baldassare Mangiaracina, as the others were all illiterate.