1836 Marriage, Gambatesa

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1836 Marriage, Gambatesa

Postby JOHN08 » 22 Apr 2016, 05:00

On the 22nd of May 1836, in Gambatesa, District of Campobasso, Province of Molise, appeared Giovanni Antonio Possumato, 27, born in Gambatesa, property owner, living in Gambatesa, son of Giuseppe Possumato, property owner, living in Gambatesa; also son of Domenica Genovese, living with husband.

Also appeared Maria Giovanna Carano, 24, born in Gambatesa, living in Gambatesa, daughter of deceased Pasquale Carano, property owner, lived in Gambatesa; also daughter of Albina di Roasco ?, living in ?,

Giovanni Antonio Possumato and Maria Giovanna Carano requested to proceed with the celebration of marriage. They were married on the 27th of June 1836, at the parish church in Gambatesa.

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Re: 1836 Marriage, Gambatesa

Postby liviomoreno » 22 Apr 2016, 08:05

JOHN08 wrote:On the 22nd of May 1836, in Gambatesa, District of Campobasso, Province of Molise, appeared Giovanni Antonio Possumato, 27, born in Gambatesa, property owner, living in Gambatesa, son of Giuseppe Possumato, property owner, living in Gambatesa; also son of Domenica Genovese, living with husband.

Also appeared Maria Giovanna Carano, 24, born in Gambatesa, living in Gambatesa, daughter of deceased Pasquale Carano, property owner, lived in Gambatesa; also daughter of Albina di Roasco ?, living in Gambatesa (con la figlia=with the daughter),

Giovanni Antonio Possumato and Maria Giovanna Carano requested to proceed with the celebration of marriage. They were married on the 27th of June 1836, at the parish church in Gambatesa.

Appreciate corrections/additions.

John
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