Hate to be a pain

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Hate to be a pain

Postby rancelli » 23 Jun 2015, 21:11

But I was wondering if I can get these translated. I think there may be some important facts but I am having a hard time reading the processetti. Thanks in advance.


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

Zopito D'alberto
Carolina Di Domizio

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Re: Hate to be a pain

Postby paola52 » 23 Jun 2015, 23:12

Basic facts
Zopito, natural son of Angela Rosa di Liberto born and baptized 27 September 1808 in Loreto (Loreto Aprutino?)
Carolina, daughter of Antonio di Domizio and his wife(Maria) Giovanna Coletta was born 12 January 1812 in Alanno. Antonio, a peasant, was 30
The marriage banns were posted 19 January 1834. The solenne promessa di matrimonio was written 15 Feb 1834 Maria Giovanna Coletta gave her consent to the marriage.The bride's father and the bridegroom's mother were already dead.
Angera Rosa daughter of Nardo (?) di Liberto and Camilla di Croce , born in Loreto, died 17 March 1816 in Chieti in the local Ospizio, aged 24, was a peasant and left a son named Zopino
Antonio di Domizio died in Alanno 19 July 1817, aged 36 .
Antonio's father Giuseppe died 19 Jul 1809 (not sure of this. It could be 1805) aged about 54.
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Re: Hate to be a pain

Postby rancelli » 24 Jun 2015, 04:15

thank you very much

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Re: Hate to be a pain

Postby liviomoreno » 24 Jun 2015, 07:45

paola52 wrote:...
Antonio's father Giuseppe died 19 Jul 1809 (not sure of this. It could be 1805) aged about 54.
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Definitely 1805


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