Margin notes in Nicola Repole birth record

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Margin notes in Nicola Repole birth record

Postby pmhgen » 04 Feb 2016, 18:49

Hello, I am looking for help in translating some information in the margin of a birth record. Nicola Repole was born in 1904, but underneath his name in the register margin, there is a note. It appears that it has something to do with the Ministry of War. Did Nicola die? And what does the date 12_4_1917 refer to?

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Re: Margin notes in Nicola Repole birth record

Postby Tessa78 » 05 Feb 2016, 01:53

I believe the note refers to Nicola's father (il genitore = the parent)
who died in the war, as communicated by the Minister of War on 12 April 1917., #2138 (or #211138)

Let us hope for someone to take a look to confirm or correct :D

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Re: Margin notes in Nicola Repole birth record

Postby pmhgen » 05 Feb 2016, 05:36

Thank you Tessa78. Your reply helps me make sense of that note.

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Re: Margin notes in Nicola Repole birth record

Postby PippoM » 05 Feb 2016, 15:17

I confirm. Yet, I wonder why the note was needed. :-)
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Re: Margin notes in Nicola Repole birth record

Postby Tessa78 » 05 Feb 2016, 15:46

PippoM wrote:I confirm. Yet, I wonder why the note was needed. :-)


Hi Pippo! :-)

Thanks for confirming.
I, too, wondered why the note was needed :o

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