29 Dec 1809 Marriage, Gambatesa

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29 Dec 1809 Marriage, Gambatesa

Postby JOHN08 » 09 May 2016, 06:31

On the 29th of December 1809, in Gambatesa, appeared Giuseppe Genovese, 24, laborer, living in Gambatesa, son of Alesandro Genovese and Marenziana ? Reale.

Also appeared Carmina Possumato, 21, living in Gambatesa, daughter of deceased Cosimo Possumato and deceased Anna Maria Cantando.

Giuseppe Genovese and Carmina Possumato requested to proceed with the celebration of marriage. They were married on the 29th of December 1809.

Wedding banns posted: 10th and 17th of December 1809.

Witnesses: Felice D‘Alesandro Fondachicro ?, 23 and Pasquale Alesandro, laborer, 33.

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Re: 29 Dec 1809 Marriage, Gambatesa

Postby liviomoreno » 09 May 2016, 07:34

JOHN08 wrote:On the 29th of December 1809, in Gambatesa, appeared Giuseppe Genovese, 24, laborer, living in Gambatesa, son of Alesandro Genovese and Marenziana ?correct Reale.

Also appeared Carmina Possumato, 21, living in Gambatesa, daughter of deceased Cosimo Possumato and deceased Anna Maria Cantando.

Giuseppe Genovese and Carmina Possumato requested to proceed with the celebration of marriage. They were married on the 29th of December 1809.

Wedding banns posted: 10th and 17th of December 1809.

Witnesses: Felice D‘Alesandro Fondachiaro , 23 and Pasquale Alesandro, laborer, 33.

Appreciate corrections/additions.

John

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Re: 29 Dec 1809 Marriage, Gambatesa

Postby JOHN08 » 09 May 2016, 08:23

Livio,

Grazie.

John


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