Theresa Geluso Baptism 1813

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Theresa Geluso Baptism 1813

Postby stokkster1 » 08 Jan 2016, 01:24

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1 ... cc=2046915

Can someone tell me the day and month and where should I be looking for this info? I am having a hard time locating this info. :roll:

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Re: Theresa Geluso Baptism 1813

Postby carubia » 08 Jan 2016, 01:43

You've linked to the wrong page again. These are baptisms from 1808 and 1809 and there is no Teresa Geluso here, although there is an Antonino Geluso, born 31 Dec 1808 and baptized 1 Jan 1809.

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Re: Theresa Geluso Baptism 1813

Postby stokkster1 » 08 Jan 2016, 02:11

carubia wrote:You've linked to the wrong page again. These are baptisms from 1808 and 1809 and there is no Teresa Geluso here, although there is an Antonino Geluso, born 31 Dec 1808 and baptized 1 Jan 1809.


Yep once agian it keeps reverting back to another page I was on, I did need this one though so thank you.

Theresa is on page 140 #207 Maybe I will just post the page they are on LOL sorry for the issues, if I knew how to fix it i would, Also need page 158 Vincenzo #240, I think that does it for these years, I have found several children. Wish I could read these myself, learning but man these old ones are really hard.

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Re: Theresa Geluso Baptism 1813

Postby carubia » 08 Jan 2016, 04:01

Teresa Geluso: born 2 Nov 1813, baptized on the 3rd. At the top of her record it says "terzia" (third) followed by "ejusdem" ("the same"), which means that the month is the same as in the previous record. The previous record is dated 1st Nov ("pma 9bris 1813"). So the baptism was on 3 Nov 1813. Within the record you can see the word "heri" between "infantem" and "natam." "Heri" (like the Italian word "ieri") means yesterday, so the birth was the previous day. "Hodie" means today.

If the entire date is the same as in the previous record, rather than just the month, then you'll see "eodem" as the date.

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Re: Theresa Geluso Baptism 1813

Postby carubia » 08 Jan 2016, 04:09

Vincenzo Geluso was born to Cesare and Filippa on 17 Sep 1814. Here the date for the baptism is "ejusdem" but no day is indicated, so the entire date is the same as in the previous record (the situation where usually on would find "eodem," as I explained in my previous post). The date in the previous record is "decima octava settembris" (18 Sep) and the birth was "heri," so the day before.

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Re: Theresa Geluso Baptism 1813

Postby stokkster1 » 08 Jan 2016, 04:44

carubia wrote:Vincenzo Geluso was born to Cesare and Filippa on 17 Sep 1814. Here the date for the baptism is "ejusdem" but no day is indicated, so the entire date is the same as in the previous record (the situation where usually on would find "eodem," as I explained in my previous post). The date in the previous record is "decima octava settembris" (18 Sep) and the birth was "heri," so the day before.


Thank you for the info I will try a few and see how I do


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