Laneri Record Translation Help

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Laneri Record Translation Help

Postby ScottLaneri » 23 May 2016, 01:19

Hello,

I'm fairly new to family history, and I'm not overly familiar with the Italian language. I have been searching through some microfilm lcoated in Salt Lake City, UT for my ancestors' records and found three records that I am struggling to understand. The records are all pulled from the Stato Civile Della Provincia Di Piacenza records, specifically the Nascita records from 1827-1839.

The first attached picture shows the names of three children of Pietro Laneri and Giovanna(sp?) Ballarini (sp?), my great-great-great grandparents. The names of the children are the 5th, 6th, and 7th records listed.

Can you please help me to transcribe the names and birthdates?

I see:
Laneri, Guiseppi? (This one is the hardest for me to read, and I may be way off); born March 17, 1836?
Laneri, Luigi Antonio; born March 18, 1839
Laneri, ?; born May 11? 18??

The second and third images show the individual records for Guiseppi Laneri and Luigi Antonio Laneri. I don't understand the written section and I'm hoping it may give some information about the parents because I don't have any birthdates or any other information for Pietro Laneri or Giovanna.

Any help in understanding these records better would be much appreciated.

Thanks so much for your help.
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Luigi Antonio Laneri Record.JPG
Luigi Antonio Laneri Individual Record
Guisseppi Laneri Record 1.JPG
Guisseppi Laneri Individual Record
Three Laneri Children Record1.JPG

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Re: Laneri Record Translation Help

Postby liviomoreno » 23 May 2016, 07:47

ScottLaneri wrote:...

The first attached picture shows the names of three children of Pietro Laneri and Giovanna(ok) Ballarini (ok), my great-great-great grandparents. The names of the children are the 5th, 6th, and 7th records listed.

Can you please help me to transcribe the names and birthdates?

I see:
Laneri, Carlo Antonio (This one is the hardest for me to read, and I may be way off); born March 17, 1836
Laneri, Luigi Antonio; born March 15, 1839
Laneri, Mariantonia?; born May 4 1842

The second and third images show the individual records for Giuseppe Laneri born March 10 1831, son of Pietro, aged 33, and Giovanna Ballarini and Luigi Antonio Laneri born 15 March 1839, son of Pietro, aged 40, and Giovanna Ballarini, a side note states that on Jun 19 1870 he married Maria Mulazzi(sp?) from Ferriere. I don't understand the written section and I'm hoping it may give some information about the parents because I don't have any birthdates or any other information for Pietro Laneri or Giovanna.
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The images are quite blurred and difficult to read

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Re: Laneri Record Translation Help

Postby erudita74 » 23 May 2016, 13:23

Some additional info from the birth record of Luigi Antonio:

Pietro Laneri was age 40, and a contadino (peasant). The record reads that he was living in Sanguineto di Ozzola, place of the town of Coli. (this is referring to a frazione or hamlet of the town). I can see that in 1952, Ozzola became part of the town of Corte Brugnatella. The birth took place on a Friday.

Giuseppe's record also reads that Pietro was living in Sanguineto di Ozzola.

Erudita

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Re: Laneri Record Translation Help

Postby ScottLaneri » 25 May 2016, 01:31

Erudita and Liviomoreno

Thank you so much for your help. I really appreciate the information. It's so nice to have somewhere to ask questions. I hope to become better at this so I can answer more of them myself.

Thanks again,

Scott

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Re: Laneri Record Translation Help

Postby erudita74 » 25 May 2016, 01:55

Happy to help, Scott. It takes a lot of patience and perseverance to learn to decipher these records. Just keep at it and eventually you'll be able to do it for yourself and maybe help others as well.
Erudita


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