Help Translating Latin record

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Help Translating Latin record

Postby Anizio » 28 Mar 2015, 05:00

Hi,

I found this record in a church in Italy.

It appears to be the record of my ancestors marriage: Giacinto Paluzzi and Anna Celani.

Could someone help me with it, make sure I don't miss any important information? (names, dates, parents, grandparents, etc.)

Thanks!
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Re: Help Translating Latin record

Postby liviomoreno » 28 Mar 2015, 07:44

Nov 13 1876
Groom: Giacinto Paluzzi, son of deceased Matteo
Bride: Anna Calani, daughter of Giuseppe and widow of Nicola Petrucci

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Re: Help Translating Latin record

Postby Anizio » 28 Mar 2015, 07:50

liviomoreno wrote:Nov 13 1876
Groom: Giacinto Paluzzi, son of deceased Matteo
Bride: Anna Calani, daughter of Giuseppe and widow of Nicola Petrucci


Thanks!! I was wondering why Nicola Petrucci was listed.

Is it a marriage record? Because when I asked the town for the marriage record with these names and dates they said they didn't have one :/
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Re: Help Translating Latin record

Postby liviomoreno » 28 Mar 2015, 07:52

Yes it is a Church Marriage record. Maybe they had the civil marriage years later...


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