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translate help on this Rampini Record

Postby Dach » 01 Jun 2014, 06:02

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... ,385601401

Could someone please help translate this record for me, I appreciate it so much ThANK-YOU
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Re: translate help on this Rampini Record

Postby erudita74 » 02 Jun 2014, 00:30

Marriage is dated July 28, 1828 in Fontecchio.
Groom: Vincenzo Ciancone, age 27, son of dec Isidoro Ciancone, and dec Luisa Ciciotti.
Bride: Marianna Rampini, age 24, dau of dec Giuseppe Rampini and Maria Giuseppa Iaparella (sp?)

The father of the groom died on July 18, 1812.
The grandfather of the groom, Pietrantonio Ciancone, died on Dec 13, 1753.
The mother of the groom died in May 3, 1828.

The father of the bride died on July 29, 1811.
The grandfather of the bride, Carlantonio Rampini, died on Feb 4, 1805

The verbal consent of the mother of the bride was given for the marriage.

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Re: translate help on this Rampini Record

Postby Dach » 02 Jun 2014, 19:46

Thank-you so much that document gives a lot of information, The marriage documents looks like where I will be able to get the most information because it also listed the Grandfather as well as death dates. Thank-you so much!!!
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Re: translate help on this Rampini Record

Postby erudita74 » 02 Jun 2014, 20:17

Dach wrote:Thank-you so much that document gives a lot of information, The marriage documents looks like where I will be able to get the most information because it also listed the Grandfather as well as death dates. Thank-you so much!!!



You're very welcome. Yes, it is a gold mine to get a marriage record which lists specific info from the documents which the groom and bride had to present for their marriage-such as the death records of parents and grandfathers.

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