1811 Birth, Gambatesa, Campobasso

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1811 Birth, Gambatesa, Campobasso

Postby JOHN08 » 09 Apr 2016, 07:38

On the 31st of January 1811, [in Gambatesa, Campobasso, Molise] appeared Giuseppe Possumato, barber, 28, living in Gambatesa, presented a male baby, Cosmo, born of Domenica ? living in Gambatesa. Cosmo Possumato was born at 4 a.m. on the 31st of January 1811.

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Re: 1811 Birth, Gambatesa, Campobasso

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 09 Apr 2016, 09:39

JOHN08 wrote:On the 31st of January 1811, [in Gambatesa, Campobasso, Molise] appeared Giuseppe Possumato, barber, 28, living in Gambatesa, presented a male baby, Cosmo, born of Domenica Genovese living in Gambatesa. Cosmo Possumato was born at 4 a.m. on the 31st of January 1811.

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John

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Re: 1811 Birth, Gambatesa, Campobasso

Postby JOHN08 » 09 Apr 2016, 18:44

Angela,

Of course, now I can clearly see the surname--Genovese--for Domenica. Thanks!

Adamo ? and Pietro ?, the witnesses, what is their profession? Are they lawyers?

John

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Re: 1811 Birth, Gambatesa, Campobasso

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 10 Apr 2016, 03:42

JOHN08 wrote:Angela,

Of course, now I can clearly see the surname--Genovese--for Domenica. Thanks! You are very welcome. Yes, it's always the way - good old hindsight.

Adamo Mungioli and ?, the witnesses, what is their profession? Are they lawyers? Yes, I believe so. It is a variation in the spelling of the word legista, I would say.

John


I clearly see Sig. Adamo Mungioli, but I don't see a Pietro? (other than the official Pietro Lombardi. I see Strada Dietro ... and Sig. .... ​ It is a bit tricky with the bleed through. Will come back to it.

Angela :)

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Re: 1811 Birth, Gambatesa, Campobasso

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 10 Apr 2016, 07:58

AngelaGrace56 wrote:
JOHN08 wrote:Adamo Mungioli and Giovandonato Rosso, 29, , the witnesses, what is their profession? Are they lawyers? Yes, I believe so. It is a variation in the spelling of the word legista, I would say.

John


I clearly see Sig. Adamo Mungioli, but I don't see a Pietro? (other than the official Pietro Lombardi. I see Strada Dietro ... and now I believe I see Sig. Giovandonato Rosso. ​(I saw this name in another record which helped a little, but there is quite a lot of bleed through in these records which makes it tricky.

Angela :)

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Re: 1811 Birth, Gambatesa, Campobasso

Postby erudita74 » 10 Apr 2016, 14:39

The street for Adamo Mungioli is Strada Dietro S. Nicola

I also think the witness Giovandonato's surname is Basso. His street looks like Strada Montetorre or Montatorre.

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Re: 1811 Birth, Gambatesa, Campobasso

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 10 Apr 2016, 21:39

erudita74 wrote:The street for Adamo Mungioli is Strada Dietro S. Nicola

I also think the witness Giovandonato's surname is Basso. His street looks like Strada Montetorre or Montatorre.

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Yes, agreed. I looked for Basso in various indices but couldn't see, I did however see that Bazza is there. I've turned a few more pages and, yes, Basso. As usual, good catch, Erudita. :)

Angela


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