bride's mother name

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bride's mother name

Postby dmt1955 » 01 Feb 2014, 22:02

http://s22.postimg.org/nz9uouecx/1833_T ... ent_13.jpg

http://s2.postimg.org/oapf8tu6x/1833_Tr ... age_13.jpg

any thoughts on the bride's mother's first name - I know the last name is Iasiello, the first name is such a question. ?? Teresa Iasiello or ?? Carosa Iasiello

thanks so much,
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Re: bride's mother name

Postby erudita74 » 01 Feb 2014, 22:16

dmt1955 wrote:http://s22.postimg.org/nz9uouecx/1833_Troisi_Rossi_Altavilla_intent_13.jpg

http://s2.postimg.org/oapf8tu6x/1833_Tr ... age_13.jpg

any thoughts on the bride's mother's first name - I know the last name is Iasiello, the first name is such a question. ?? Teresa Iasiello or ?? Carosa Iasiello

thanks so much,
donna



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Re: bride's mother name

Postby dmt1955 » 02 Feb 2014, 13:53

i can see how that could very well be the her name. i don't think i would have ever figured those first letter out!

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Re: bride's mother name

Postby erudita74 » 02 Feb 2014, 16:28

dmt1955 wrote:i can see how that could very well be the her name. i don't think i would have ever figured those first letter out!

thanks so much,
donna



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