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Postby pangeli » 09 Oct 2005, 18:39

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Re: translation

Postby suanj » 09 Oct 2005, 19:02

pangeli wrote:http://img238.imageshack.us/img238/476/scan164october0720050ml.jpg

HI: last 3 lines:
Collerici Alessandra di anni sessantatre
Collerici Alessandra of 63 old
.....(?)

residente in Guazzino,
resident in Guazzinonata in Montepulciano
born in Montepulciano
da genitori ignoti
from unknown relatives
e vedova di AGNOLONIO Bartolomeo (or DI AGNOLONIO Bartolomeo)
and widow of AGNOLONIO Bartolomeo (or DI AGNOLONIO Bartolomeo)
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Re: translation

Postby pangeli » 09 Oct 2005, 20:34

Thank you so much for the translation. Does the circumstances of the deceased's birth mean that she was an illegitimate? patricia
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Postby suanj » 09 Oct 2005, 20:38

pangeli wrote:Thank you so much for the translation. Does the circumstances of the deceased's birth mean that she was an illegitimate? patricia

Hi Patricia normally are wrote martal status and also parent's names, but in this case not are, and are specified because.... this is normal ... regards, suanj
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