Birth Records - Sampierdarena 1866

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Birth Records - Sampierdarena 1866

Postby aliandmog » 14 Nov 2014, 14:36

Really would appreciate it if someone could assist with a translation of these Moglione birth records.

Many thanks in Advance

Alison
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Re: Birth Records - Sampierdarena 1866

Postby Tessa78 » 14 Nov 2014, 18:44

Hello Alison :-)

#518
Dated 5 October 1866
Before the official appeared…
Salvatore Moglione, son of deceased Nicola, age 27, kettlemaker(?), born and residing in the town, to declare that on 4 October 1866, at 11:30 AM, a male child was born to his wife Maddalena Carlarino, daughter of Andrea, age 29, at home. The child was given the name ATTILIO, but was not presented to the official by the father because the child was in poor health and (I believe) was being attended by Dr. Filippo Canevari.

#164
Dated 24 March 1866 at 10 AM at the town office.
Appearing before the official…
Francesco Moglione, son of deceased Nicola, age 36, dyer, residing in this town, to present a male child who he declared was born on 22 March 1866 at 11 AM, to his wife Maria Carlevari, daughter of Giovanni Battista, {Maria was} age 36, wool comber residing with him [husband] at home at Via Cristofaro Colombo. The child was given the name BARTOLOMEO ACHILLE ANNUNZIO.

T.

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Re: Birth Records - Sampierdarena 1866

Postby aliandmog » 15 Nov 2014, 09:27

Many many thanks T, these two were really important, brilliant. Alison

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Re: Birth Records - Sampierdarena 1866

Postby Tessa78 » 15 Nov 2014, 21:18

aliandmog wrote:Many many thanks T, these two were really important, brilliant. Alison


My pleasure! :D

T.


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