Corrado MARCHETTI Marriage Cert Part 1

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Corrado MARCHETTI Marriage Cert Part 1

Postby glomms » 18 Jul 2016, 09:58

Please translate my Great Grand father's marriage certificate into English. There are 3 parts to this document.
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Re: Corrado MARCHETTI Marriage Cert Part 1

Postby erudita74 » 21 Jul 2016, 12:04

I don't believe these were ever translated for you.

doc 1 is just the cover sheet to the marriage allegati for Corrado Marchetti and Giuseppa Montanelli

doc 2 marriage Dated Sept 13, 1874

Appearing was Corrado Marchetti, age 23, born and resident in Marginone, single, the son of Andrea and Cherubina Marchetti, residents in this place stated above

Also appearing was Giuseppa Montanelli, age 15, completed (she had already had her 15th birthday), single, daughter of dec Costantino Montanelli and dec Maria Piccioli

doc 3-extract of the baptism record of Giuseppa Teresa Caterina Montanelli, daughter of Costantino Montanelli and Maria Piccioli, spouses.

The extract is dated Sept 3, 1874 and was taken from the book of baptisms dated in 1859-p. 128, no. 301
She was born at 7 on the 14th of April 1859. The baptism was on ? (the number looks like an 11, but it can't be, since she was born on the 14th). Possibly the number is meant to be the 15th?

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Re: Corrado MARCHETTI Marriage Cert Part 1

Postby glomms » 21 Jul 2016, 16:46

No Erudita, they weren't translated yet. So thank you very much. It was very long and like you said, some of it was kind of blurry so I figured it was going to take awhile. I really appreciate your hard work.


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