1883 Atti di Morte - Sebastiano Capizzi

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1883 Atti di Morte - Sebastiano Capizzi

Postby malsbury » 17 Nov 2014, 20:48

I have tracked down the 1883 death notice for Sebastiano Capizzi (#72) but am having a little trouble with the handwriting:

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... ,244347901

It looks like that Filippo Mosca (his in-law) is mentioned as one of the witnesses. Any help with translating the details of Sebastiano's life and death and the role Filippo played would be great.

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-Thomas

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Re: 1883 Atti di Morte - Sebastiano Capizzi

Postby Tessa78 » 17 Nov 2014, 22:54

First let me say that witness Filippo Mosca is not identified as a relative in the record.
Be careful not to assume relationships. Very often there were many persons with the same name in a town because of Italian naming traditions.

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Dated 13 Deptember 1883 at 9 AM
This Sebastiano Capizzi was a child of 9 months, son of Michele, and of Maria Colletti

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Re: 1883 Atti di Morte - Sebastiano Capizzi

Postby malsbury » 17 Nov 2014, 23:06

Understood. I was more pointing out that I noticed a familiar name and wanted to get the details of the witness to compare with the Filippo Mosca I already knew about.

Looks like it is back to the indexes for me. I'll try and vet the records a little better next time before getting excited and posting a link.

Thanks for the help.

-Thomas

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Re: 1883 Atti di Morte - Sebastiano Capizzi

Postby Tessa78 » 17 Nov 2014, 23:12

malsbury wrote:Understood. I was more pointing out that I noticed a familiar name and wanted to get the details of the witness to compare with the Filippo Mosca I already knew about.

Looks like it is back to the indexes for me. I'll try and vet the records a little better next time before getting excited and posting a link.

Thanks for the help.

-Thomas


Do not omit posting some records for expediency... you may miss something.
We have no problem translating records that do not turn out to be ancestors. It is all part of the process :-)

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