Lucia D'Agostino, Death 13 Feb 1814

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Lucia D'Agostino, Death 13 Feb 1814

Postby JOHN08 » 06 Sep 2015, 05:55

On the 13th of February 1814, in Capestrano, appeared Crescenzo Spera, 53, laborer, living in Capestrano; also appeared Mattia Tedesco ?, 54, laborer, living in Capestrano. They declared that on the 13th of February 1814, the death Lucia D’Agostino, daughter of deceased Domenico and deceased Costanza Colavecchio ?, 90, a spinner, lived in Capestrano.

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Re: Lucia D'Agostino, Death 13 Feb 1814

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 06 Sep 2015, 06:53

JOHN08 wrote:On the 13th of February 1814, in Capestrano, appeared Crescenzo Spera, 53, laborer, living in Capestrano; nephew or grandson (nipote) of the deceased, also appeared Mattia Tedesco, 50, laborer, living in Capestrano, acquaintance (conoscente) of the deceased . They declared that on the 13th of February 1814, the death Lucia D’Agostino, daughter of deceased Domenico and deceased Costanza Colavecchio, 90, a spinner, lived in Capestrano.

Appreciate any corrections/additions.

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In the record the surname is written "di Augustino" in two places but I've left as you've translated it.
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Re: Lucia D'Agostino, Death 13 Feb 1814

Postby erudita74 » 06 Sep 2015, 11:37

Actually the surname is written as "di Agostino" and not "di Augustino."

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Re: Lucia D'Agostino, Death 13 Feb 1814

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 06 Sep 2015, 11:53

erudita74 wrote:Actually the surname is written as "di Agostino" and not "di Augustino."

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You are absolutely right, Erudita. Well, so much for my editing, on this occasion - I completely missed it! Thank you for the back up, Erudita.
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Re: Lucia D'Agostino, Death 13 Feb 1814

Postby erudita74 » 06 Sep 2015, 11:59

Hi Angela
It's not even 6 a.m. where I am, but my eyes are actually open. Have a good day.
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Re: Lucia D'Agostino, Death 13 Feb 1814

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 06 Sep 2015, 12:08

:) You have a good day too, Erudita.
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Re: Lucia D'Agostino, Death 13 Feb 1814

Postby JOHN08 » 07 Sep 2015, 00:20

Angela & Erudita,

Thanks for your help.

Erudita, I have found this surname is usually written, in my research, as "D'Agostino." For example, see the attached 1830 death index: number 1 & 6: "D'Agostino" (number 3: just has "Agostino").

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