1841, 1844, & Index-Mothers Last Name

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1841, 1844, & Index-Mothers Last Name

Postby Haztek » 12 Mar 2015, 21:38

I have links to the 2nd page of two birth records, and an Index.
On the birth records, near the top of the page.
On the Index, top of the page.

I am looking for verification of the mother's last name. Looks like Pagliano to me??
(Her first name is Placida)

Thanks, jerry
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Re: 1841, 1844, & Index-Mothers Last Name

Postby Tessa78 » 13 Mar 2015, 01:12

I see Gaglione :D

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Re: 1841, 1844, & Index-Mothers Last Name

Postby Haztek » 13 Mar 2015, 02:05

Thanks Tessa! This one had had me frustrated for awhile. I have other birth records with her name, but the writing was much worse and the microfilms were a little out of focus and the ink blotted.

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Re: 1841, 1844, & Index-Mothers Last Name

Postby Tessa78 » 13 Mar 2015, 14:29

The index helped :-)
You can see that the first letter of her surname resembled the "G" in Giovanni on the next line more than the "P" in her given name...

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