Catanzaro Marriage Processetti 1828 - Francesco Ruga & Barbara Iannoccari - death of the grandfather of the groom

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Catanzaro Marriage Processetti 1828 - Francesco Ruga & Barbara Iannoccari - death of the grandfather of the groom

Postby molan » 03 Aug 2016, 20:01

Please help us read this Catanzaro Marriage Processetti 1828 - Francesco Ruga & Barbara Iannoccari #11 page 5 - death act of the grandfather of the groom - Domenico Ruga. A copy is attached:

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Re: Catanzaro Marriage Processetti 1828 - Francesco Ruga & Barbara Iannoccari - death of the grandfather of the groom

Postby erudita74 » 04 Aug 2016, 22:36

Extract of the death record from the supplementary book of deaths of the Parish of S. Maria de Cataro, Town of Catanzaro. Domenico Ruga died, at age 60, on March 11, 1785. He was buried in the Church of S. Maria de Monte Carmelo (Mount Carmel). The extracted record copy was for use for the marriage and was prepared by the Parish of S. Maria de Cataro on Jan 3, 1828.

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Re: Catanzaro Marriage Processetti 1828 - Francesco Ruga & Barbara Iannoccari - death of the grandfather of the groom

Postby molan » 05 Aug 2016, 01:32

Thank you once again Erudita. I do appreciate your hard work.

I tried a translation of a printed death record, and I posted my result. Hopefully there are only a couple of errors.
Gary

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Re: Catanzaro Marriage Processetti 1828 - Francesco Ruga & Barbara Iannoccari - death of the grandfather of the groom

Postby erudita74 » 05 Aug 2016, 04:02

You're very welcome, Gary. I see that T already helped you with your translation of the other death record. Keep at it. You're doing well.
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