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Marriage Document

Postby smas1973 » 07 Aug 2015, 03:06

Can I Get Help With This Marriage As Much Information As Possible

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Re: Marriage Document

Postby PippoM » 07 Aug 2015, 08:33

#29 Mar 29th, 1833
Groom: Antonino Salvadore Catanzaro, 30 years old, fisherman (?), unmarried, born and residing in Termini, son of deceased Salvadore, and living Rosa Viola, 50 yo, living in Termini
Bride: Maria Anna Ciancio (?), never married, 22 yo, born and residing in Termini, daughter of Filippo, 43 yo, fisherman, and Rosa Catalano, 50 years, both living in Termini.
The living parents gave their consent to the marriage.
If you get the "processetti" or "allegati" of marriage, you will find in them:

-Birth records of the spouses
-Death records of groom's father and paternal GF
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Re: Marriage Document

Postby smas1973 » 07 Aug 2015, 13:19

Thank you for the help
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