Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

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Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby stokkster1 » 25 Aug 2015, 20:23

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... ,353331102

I can't not figure out this day to save my soul :oops:

Here is what I think I have

Elia Napoli Died Oct ?, 1868, I have no Clue his age? Looks like father was Carmello and Mother was Vincenza Pilato

Sorry guys these old ones are hard to read

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby carubia » 26 Aug 2015, 05:26

The record said he died on 23 Oct (yesterday relative to the reporting date, 24 Oct), was age 60, was married to Orsola Mineo, and had parents Carmelo (only 1 l) Napoli and Vincenza Pilato. However, the whole record appears to have been canceled.

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby stokkster1 » 26 Aug 2015, 08:48

Okay Thanks got your other message, Ya now i have another generation and another child.

Your the BEST

Grazie

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby carubia » 26 Aug 2015, 09:50

Prego. :)

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby stokkster1 » 13 Oct 2015, 18:29

carubia wrote:Prego. :)


Good Morning, Silly question, Were his parents alive when he died in 1868? I don't see the word fu in front of their names.

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby carubia » 13 Oct 2015, 20:15

He was 60 years old. How likely was it that his parents were still alive? :P

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby erudita74 » 13 Oct 2015, 21:21

stokkster1 wrote:
carubia wrote:Prego. :)


Good Morning, Silly question, Were his parents alive when he died in 1868? I don't see the word fu in front of their names.

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I read "estinti degli" before their names meaning they were deceased-plural of the word estinto-dead, deceased, or departed

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby stokkster1 » 13 Oct 2015, 23:52

erudita74 wrote:
stokkster1 wrote:
carubia wrote:Prego. :)


Good Morning, Silly question, Were his parents alive when he died in 1868? I don't see the word fu in front of their names.

Debbie


I read "estinti degli" before their names meaning they were deceased-plural of the word estinto-dead, deceased, or departed

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Thank you for the help, I am use to looking for Fu so I will add this word to my list :D

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby stokkster1 » 13 Oct 2015, 23:53

carubia wrote:He was 60 years old. How likely was it that his parents were still alive? :P



Umm Well my dad was 65 and my grandma was 85 and still alive so I would say Likely :) :D

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby stokkster1 » 14 Oct 2015, 00:06

carubia wrote:He was 60 years old. How likely was it that his parents were still alive? :P



Umm Well my dad was 65 and my grandma was 85 and still alive so I would say Likely :) :D

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby carubia » 14 Oct 2015, 01:57

stokkster1 wrote:Well my dad was 65 and my grandma was 85 and still alive so I would say Likely
And my GF's father was still alive (at 99) when my GF was 71. But that was in 1980 and presumably your father was 65 not too long ago. This death record was from 1868.

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby carubia » 14 Oct 2015, 02:04

erudita74 wrote:I read "estinti degli" before their names meaning they were deceased-plural of the word estinto-dead, deceased, or departed
You mean "degli estinti," but yes, that's what is says. Estinti is similar to the English words extinct and extinguished.

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Re: Elia Napoli Death 1868 Help with the day he died

Postby erudita74 » 14 Oct 2015, 13:11

Oops-was running out and didn't realize that I typed the words in the wrong order. But, yes, that is what I meant.
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