1875 Atti di Nascita - Carolina Mulé

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1875 Atti di Nascita - Carolina Mulé

Postby malsbury » 07 Nov 2014, 02:18

Record No. 2: Carolina Mule' born January 1875, daughter of Placido Mule' and Maria Grazia Guccione.

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Any assistance with the translations of the details would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: 1875 Atti di Nascita - Carolina Mulé

Postby Tessa78 » 07 Nov 2014, 02:33

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Dated 5 January 1875 at 11:02 AM at the town office in Villalba
Appearing before the official was Anna Bindolillo, 74, midwife residing in Villalba, to declare that at 4:02 AM on the 2nd of the said month at the place at Via Maggiore (no number), to Placido Mulè, son of deceased Vincenzo, age 52, and to Maria Grazia Guccione, daughter of deceased Pasquale, age 36, both residing here… was born a female child who was presented and given the name CAROLINA
Witnesses to the record: Carmelo Favata of Francesco, 54, farmer; and Rosario Barone of deceased Francesco, 52, peasant farmer.
Only witness Favata signed with the official as the others were illiterate.

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Re: 1875 Atti di Nascita - Carolina Mulé

Postby malsbury » 07 Nov 2014, 02:47

Tessa -

Thank you for that quick translation. The interesting fact in there is that Anna Bindolillo, 74, was the midwife for the delivery.

I have from another record that Placido's mother was Anna Biondolillo who would have been about 70 at the time of this birth. Do you know if it was common for a woman to go by her maiden surname after her husband's death (i.e. Vincenzo)?

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Re: 1875 Atti di Nascita - Carolina Mulé

Postby Tessa78 » 07 Nov 2014, 05:34

malsbury wrote:Tessa -

Thank you for that quick translation. The interesting fact in there is that Anna Bindolillo, 74, was the midwife for the delivery.

I have from another record that Placido's mother was Anna Biondolillo who would have been about 70 at the time of this birth. Do you know if it was common for a woman to go by her maiden surname after her husband's death (i.e. Vincenzo)?

-Thomas


Italian women keep their maiden surname even while married. :D

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