1888 Atti di Morte - Anna Biondolillo

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1888 Atti di Morte - Anna Biondolillo

Postby malsbury » 21 Nov 2014, 16:52

I believe this to be the death notice form my 4th great grandmohter Anna Biondolillo #45.

http://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.i ... ewsIndex=0

If I could get some help with the translation of this document to confirm the details to verify my assumptions. Also of interest are the names Capizzi and Mosca that I think I can make out. These are surnames that appear in another branch of my tree, so it would be interesting to see how they are related.

If this record is of the Anna Biondolillo I am looking for it may help prove the link I was hoping to make that ties my Biondolillo and Guccione family members in Villalba to the larger grouping of those family names in Alia.

Thanks.

-Thomas

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Re: 1888 Atti di Morte - Anna Biondolillo

Postby liviomoreno » 21 Nov 2014, 17:04

Anna Biondolillo died on Apr 18 1888, in Villalba, Via Nivera.
She was 89 years old, she resided in Villalba but was born in Alia to deceased Raimondo and deceased Rosolia Latrassa (both living in Alia). She was also the widow of Giuseppe Mosca.
The death declaration was made by Luigi Valenza and Salvatore Micciché, witnesses to the registration of the rdeath record were Michele Capizzi and Sebastiano Russo.
There's no clue about any relationship among the declarants, the witnesses and the deceased.

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Re: 1888 Atti di Morte - Anna Biondolillo

Postby malsbury » 21 Nov 2014, 17:29

Thank you. That is all good information to work from.

I still think this may be the Anna Biondolillo I am looking for, but I will now need to confirm that she remarried a Giuseppe Mosca at some point after the death of her husband Vincenzo Mulé.

Thanks again.

-Thomas


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