1822 Marriage, Gambatesa

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1822 Marriage, Gambatesa

Postby JOHN08 » 18 Apr 2016, 06:59

On the 22nd of July 1822, in Gambatesa, District of Campobasso, Province of Molise, appeared Ferdinando Miguogua, 23, born in Gambatesa, miller, living in Gambatesa, son of Giovanni Miguogna, miller, living in Gambatesa; also son of Antonia Valenta, living in Gambatesa.

Also appeared Anna Maria Possumato, 21, born in Gambatesa, living in Gambatesa, daughter of Giuseppe, barber ?, living in Gambatesa; also daughter of Domenica Genovese, living in Gambatesa.

Ferdinando and Anna Maria requested to proceed with the celebration of marriage; they were married on the 22nd of July 1822.

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Re: 1822 Marriage, Gambatesa

Postby liviomoreno » 18 Apr 2016, 07:29

JOHN08 wrote:On the 22nd of July 1822, in Gambatesa, District of Campobasso, Province of Molise, appeared Ferdinando Mignogna, 23, born in Gambatesa, miller, living in Gambatesa, son of Giovanni Miguogna, miller, living in Gambatesa; also son of Antonia Valenza, living in Gambatesa.

Also appeared Anna Maria Possumato, 21, born in Gambatesa, living in Gambatesa, daughter of Giuseppe, barber ?, living in Gambatesa; also daughter of Domenica Genovese, living in Gambatesa.

Ferdinando and Anna Maria requested to proceed with the celebration of marriage; they were married on the 5th of August 1822 in the Parrish Church, see right column.

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Re: 1822 Marriage, Gambatesa

Postby JOHN08 » 18 Apr 2016, 09:21

Livio,

Thank you.

John


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