Translation please for Francesco Puccella

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Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby sinatra101 » 25 Aug 2014, 14:00

Please translate as much as possible for the enclosed record.

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Re: Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby Tessa78 » 25 Aug 2014, 18:15

Hello Frank!

The quality of the image is very poor.

Here is what I see:

Side notation: Looks like 3 marriages...

Francesco Pucella married Maria Cusinello(sp?)
Act #23 ... 14 September 1899

Francesco married (can not make out bride's name) in Farindola on 12 August 1915

Francesco married Domenica Costantini(sp?) in Farindola 2 April 1918.

Record #61
Dated 6 May 1870 at 9 PM at the town office in Farindola
appeared Angelodeo(sp?) Pucella, son of deceased Marcantonio and of living Antonia Fragassi; age 35, peasant farmer residing in Farindola, to present a male child who he declares was born on 6 May of the current year at 7 PM, to his wife Maria di Gregorio, age 34, residing with him at the place in this town of Farindola at contrada Vielli(sp?); and this son was given the name FRANCESCO.
To witness this declaration were also present Domenico Pucella, son of deceased Vincenzo, age 47, peasant farmer; and Luigi Pucella, son of deceased Antonio, age 29, peasant farmer; both residing in Farindola.

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Re: Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby sinatra101 » 25 Aug 2014, 18:25

Thanks. I know it wasn't easy but I appreciate it

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Re: Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby adelfio » 25 Aug 2014, 19:34

Hi T looks like this to me
Francesco Pucella married Maria Casinello
Angelodeo Pucella
contrada Valle

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Re: Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby erudita74 » 25 Aug 2014, 21:21

I think the third letter in Maria's surname is a t and that the top part of the letter is faded out. Catinello is a surname found in Pescara Province.

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Re: Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby adelfio » 25 Aug 2014, 21:25

erudita74 wrote:I think the third letter in Maria's surname is a t and that the top part of the letter is faded out. Catinello is a surname found in Pescara Province.

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Re: Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby erudita74 » 25 Aug 2014, 21:31

It does look like an s in that notation. I just tried to locate the 1899 marriage record, but the records jump from the 1898 publications to 1900. 1899 is, unfortunately, missing.

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Re: Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby erudita74 » 25 Aug 2014, 22:11

from T-Francesco married (can not make out bride's name) in Farindola on 12 August 1915

I think the bride in the second notation is Mariannina Giancatarino

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Re: Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby Tessa78 » 25 Aug 2014, 22:18

My first instinct with marriage #1 was CASINELLO ...

On the second marriage... I think the bride may be GIOVANNANTONIA MARINUCCI :-)

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Hi Erudita. Just saw your post. DEFINITELY a possibilty -

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Re: Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby erudita74 » 25 Aug 2014, 22:52

Hi T
I meant to spell the surname with an "e" in it as in Giancaterino, as that is what I see in this record and also in the indices for the town. It can be found in the current phonebook with the letter "a" after the "t." I thought perhaps we could locate a copy of the bride's birth record since the 1915 marriage records are not online. I really think the surname comes first in the notation. Also I see a letter "a" before the letter "t," and not a letter "n," which is one of the reasons I eliminated the first name you suggested.The first name I suggested may or may not be correct.
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Re: Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby Puccella-Riccitelli » 02 Jan 2015, 02:57

Bonsoir Francesco Puccella est le papa de mon arrière grand-père Domenico Puccella.
Je suis la seule a avoir ce document donc j'aimerai savoir comment ça se fait qu'il se retrouve sur ce forum??!!
J'aimerai entrer en contacte avec vous merci beaucoup.

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Re: Translation please for Francesco Puccella

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 02 Jan 2015, 04:08

Puccella-Riccitelli wrote:Bonsoir Francesco Puccella est le papa de mon arrière grand-père Domenico Puccella.
Je suis la seule a avoir ce document donc j'aimerai savoir comment ça se fait qu'il se retrouve sur ce forum??!!
J'aimerai entrer en contacte avec vous merci beaucoup.


Translation from French:

"Good evening Francesco Puccella is the father of my great grandfather Domenico Puccella.
I am the only one to have this document so I'd like to know how come he finds himself on this forum ?? !!
I would like to get in contact with you thank you very much"

This is interesting. Maybe someone who is able to communicate in French can reply.


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