1899 Atti di Nascita - Giovani Rauco

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1899 Atti di Nascita - Giovani Rauco

Postby malsbury » 19 Dec 2014, 17:15

I'm currently reviewing microfilms at my local Family History Center and think I have found the birth record of my great grandfather in the Leonessa civil birth records.

I have attached a scanned image of the record, #183. If someone could please translate the details of this record it will help direct my research in the remaining films I have on hand to review.

Thank you.
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Re: 1899 Atti di Nascita - Giovani Rauco

Postby liviomoreno » 19 Dec 2014, 18:14

Giovanni Rauco was born in Leonessa, Via Mastrozzi (this is the address), on 6 August 1899, his father was Giuseppe rauco aged 26, a shoemaker and his mother was Margherita Boccanera, housewife, legitimate wife of Giuseppe, living with him.
The birth was registered on the day 8 of August.

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Re: 1899 Atti di Nascita - Giovani Rauco

Postby Marcello_DAleo » 19 Dec 2014, 18:14

Leonessa, August 8, 1899. Birth record of Giovanni Rauco, son of Giuseppe (age 26, shoemaker) and Margherita Boccanera (housewife), born in Leonessa at 1.20 am of August 6, in the home located in Via Mastrozzi.
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Re: 1899 Atti di Nascita - Giovani Rauco

Postby malsbury » 19 Dec 2014, 18:24

Thank you both for the quick replies. That all confirms that this is the correct record for my great grandfather and also confirms my assumption of his mother's maiden name.

-Thomas


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