Death of Giuseppe Bartolomeo

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Death of Giuseppe Bartolomeo

Postby scraig32 » 08 Jul 2014, 19:21

I thought I was getting better at translations until I found this document today. Lots of new words that I can't make out. This is what I translated on my own. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Suzanne

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1 August 1835 ( but later in the document I see another date but can't read it)
Died at 60 years old in his own home in Riccia. Born in (can't read) Profession ( can't read) Living in Riccia at time of death. His father is deceased Bernardino, profession (same, but can't read) and his mother is deceased Rosa di Giorgio. Husband of Giacomina Abiuso.



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Re: Death of Giuseppe Bartolomeo

Postby erudita74 » 08 Jul 2014, 19:52

nel giorno suddetto (above)

born in the town of Fara S. Martino-Province of Chieti

the occupation is scardassiere-wool carder

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Re: Death of Giuseppe Bartolomeo

Postby Tessa78 » 08 Jul 2014, 19:58

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1 August 1835 ( but later in the document I see another date but can't read it)
The later date states “suddetto” for the day and year – meaning “above said”; and the year is corrente – “current” The time of death was 4:30 AM.

Died at 60 years old in his own home in Riccia.
Born in Fara San Martino [comune of Fara San Martino, Chieti, Abruzzo]
Profession Scardassiere -Wool carder. Living in Riccia at time of death.
His father is deceased Berardino [ no "n"], profession wool carder, and his mother is deceased Rosa di Giorgio. Husband of Giacomina Abiuso

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Re: Death of Giuseppe Bartolomeo

Postby scraig32 » 08 Jul 2014, 20:13

Thank you both! Once again, I have learned some new words.
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