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Help with birth notice

Postby nrepole » 24 Apr 2014, 06:39

Having trouble reading a section of the birth notice of a relative, Saverio. I know that his
mother died a couple of days after his birth, but I am not sure if he survived the birth.
Please see:
http://s20.postimg.org/w40q8vgi5/saveri ... n_1875.jpg

Any help would be fantastic
Nick
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Re: Help with birth notice

Postby erudita74 » 24 Apr 2014, 13:12

nrepole wrote:Having trouble reading a section of the birth notice of a relative, Saverio. I know that his
mother died a couple of days after his birth, but I am not sure if he survived the birth.
Please see:
http://s20.postimg.org/w40q8vgi5/saveri ... n_1875.jpg

Any help would be fantastic
Nick


the declarant was excused from presenting the infant because it was dead but asserted the truth of its birth and death

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Re: Help with birth notice

Postby nrepole » 25 Apr 2014, 10:32

Thank you so much Erudita.
If the baby was stillborn, then it is interesting that they issued a birth certificate. Also, I could not find a death certificate. They may have thought that the one certificate covered both birth and death.

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Re: Help with birth notice

Postby erudita74 » 25 Apr 2014, 11:27

nrepole wrote:Thank you so much Erudita.
If the baby was stillborn, then it is interesting that they issued a birth certificate. Also, I could not find a death certificate. They may have thought that the one certificate covered both birth and death.

best wishes
Nick


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You didn't post the entire record which may have indicated that the baby was born without life. If that was the case, then there would not be a death record.
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Re: Help with birth notice

Postby nrepole » 26 Apr 2014, 04:04

Hi Erudita,
Yes, it does seem that the baby was born without life.
Thank you so much for your help in solving this mystery.
Regards,
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Re: Help with birth notice

Postby erudita74 » 26 Apr 2014, 05:01

nrepole wrote:Hi Erudita,
Yes, it does seem that the baby was born without life.
Thank you so much for your help in solving this mystery.
Regards,
Nick



Hi Nick
You're very welcome. Glad you were able to find that info in the record.
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