Help translating a note on birth record

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Help translating a note on birth record

Postby Robin B Mc » 19 Jan 2015, 00:49

I was wondering if anyone could read/translate the handwritten note on the right margin of this birth record? None of her siblings have any notes in this spot so I wondered what it said - but I can't read the writing well enough to put it into Google Translate. Thanks in advance!
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Re: Help translating a note on birth record

Postby paola52 » 19 Jan 2015, 01:01

It is a marriage annotation
Domenica Biello married Clementino Bertone, son of Domenico, 24 Jan 1909
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Re: Help translating a note on birth record

Postby Robin B Mc » 19 Jan 2015, 17:26

Thanks so much! Do you know why they put a note about her marriage into her birth record when none of her siblings did? When looking through the records, it didn't seem to be the norm so I wonder why they did so for her?

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Re: Help translating a note on birth record

Postby adelfio » 19 Jan 2015, 21:55

Did the other siblings marry in the same town Monteroduni?
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Re: Help translating a note on birth record

Postby Robin B Mc » 20 Jan 2015, 21:28

At least one of them did, and there's no marriage note on her birth record.


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