I need help deciphering an Italian birth certificate. I am interested in information about the mother (I found the appropriate section, but cannot read the script), and the father's age and occupation/residence - again, I see the section but cannot decipher the writing. Any help at all would be much appreciated. I am attaching a copy of the relevant sections only - top is the mother's info and bottom should have the father's age and residence as well as occupation if I am lucky. Thank you in advance to anyone who may help!
Father: "di anni 31, bracciante", "31 years, laborer" Mother: "donna non maritata, non parente nè affine nei gradi che ostano al riconoscimento", "unmarried woman, not related nor kindred in a degree that would prevent recognition". This was often used after 1860 by people who only married at the Church, as they did not recognize the authority of the new Italian government on the territories once belonging to the Pope.
Giuseppe "Pippo" Moccaldi
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Thank you so much! I am very grateful. One more thing - can somebody figure out what it written after "domiciliat, in" ? I thought it would be Cesena, where the birth was recorded, but it it clearly something different. Shouldn't this be place of residence?