de Avino, Carmela Death #48

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de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby dmurphy1940 » 15 May 2016, 16:29

Grazie,

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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby mmogno » 15 May 2016, 18:16

On the 29th of April 1875, at 8:15 am in Frigento, appeared Pasquale Ranando, 56, peasant farmer, living in Frigento; also appeared Marciano Giovanniello, 30, peasant farmer, living in Frigento.

They declared that yesterday, at 6:20 am, in the house at Via San Pietro No 17, the death of Carmela de Avino, peasant farmer, 53, born and lived in Frigento, wife of Carmine Famiglietti, peasant farmer, living in Frigento and daughter of deceased Michelangelo, peasant farmer, and deceased Maria Cocchiola, peasant farmer, both lived in Frigento

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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby kencwalker » 15 May 2016, 18:32

Here goes, my first shot at this, so take with a grain of salt.

29-April-1875 8:15 AM at the town hall before me Federico [?] Legretiaro delegate of the mayor, registrar of the city of Frigento, appeared Pasquale Banando, age 56, contadino (farmer), living in Frigento, and Mariano Giovanniello, aged 30, contadino, living in Frigento declared that at 6:20 AM yesterday in the house #17 Via Lau Pietro, Carmela de Avino died, age 53 years, contadina (farmer's wife), living in Frigento, born in Frigento of the late Michalangelo, contadino, who livied in Frigento and the late Maria Cochiola, contadina, who livied in Frigento, wife of Carmine Famiglietti.
Witness by Raffaele Famiglietti, age 50, lecatore (??) and Giuseppe Capobianco, age 26, barbiere (barber), residents of this city.

Sorry, couldn't decipher Raffaele's occupation.
Hope it's close!
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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby dmurphy1940 » 15 May 2016, 18:50

Thank you both, mmogno and Ken!
Grazie,

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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby mmogno » 15 May 2016, 21:04

kencwalker wrote:.....before me Federico Testa Segretario delegate of the mayor.....
Witness by Raffaele Famiglietti, age 50, secatore and Giuseppe Capobianco, age 26, barbiere (barber), residents of this city.

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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby dmurphy1940 » 15 May 2016, 21:53

Thank you, Ken.
Grazie,

Dolores

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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 15 May 2016, 22:08

dmurphy1940 wrote:Thank you, Ken.


I think you mean mmogno, Dolores.

By the way, the address is 17 Via SanPietro.

Angela :)

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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby dmurphy1940 » 15 May 2016, 22:39

I did! Thanks, Angela.........:) Thanks, mmogno!!
Grazie,

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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 15 May 2016, 22:45

I knew that. :P

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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby dmurphy1940 » 15 May 2016, 23:47

At least we catch each other's mishaps, Angela!
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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 16 May 2016, 10:23

:)
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Postby kencwalker » 16 May 2016, 14:51

mmogno wrote:.....before me Federico Testa Segretario delegate of the mayor.....
Witness by Raffaele Famiglietti, age 50, secatore and Giuseppe Capobianco, age 26, barbiere (barber), residents of this city.

Thanks - now I see the S is not a L. What is a "secatore"?
I checked my occupation word list and asked google to translate.
Closest match I could find was sanatore (healer).

The occupations are interesting, and nice way to understand where people fit in the community. Of course, all of my ancestors are either contadino/-a or agricolo/-a. :)
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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby liviomoreno » 16 May 2016, 15:14

I might be wrong but I believe "secatore" = "segatore" = "taglialegna" hence "woodcutter"

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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby mmogno » 16 May 2016, 18:47

http://members.xoom.it/immas/mestieris.htm

Spaccatocche
Taglialegna, detto anche secatore. Munito unicamente di un'accetta, garantiva servizio a domicilio anche in città per le piccole operazioni di rifornimento invernale delle fornaci e dei camini.

Vocabolario domestico napoletano e toscano
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Re: de Avino, Carmela Death #48

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 16 May 2016, 20:12

From previous discussions with fellow volunteers, my understanding has been that a secatore is a person who saws wood or timber. Secatore - Sawyer.

“segatore/secatore-a person who saws wood or timber

http://books.google.com/books?id=aH5JAA ... re&f=false

p.684
http://books.google.com/books?id=2zUTAA ... io&f=false

Here's a link to the pdf file, but it's in Italian. p. 94 upper right column

http://www.altrestorie.org/napoli/Giuse ... letano.pdf”

For a past discussion (which I've copied the above quote from) refer: http://www.italiangenealogy.com/forum/l ... re#p218518

Angela


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