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Birth record help

Postby vspeciale66 » 10 Aug 2016, 23:06

Hi,
Can some one help me with the translation of Gabrielle Stellato. I cannot decipher the handwriting.
I am looking for names, ages and dates of and any other pertinent information.

Thanks
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Re: Birth record help

Postby vspeciale66 » 10 Aug 2016, 23:25

sorry for the duplicate images...
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Re: Birth record help

Postby erudita74 » 10 Aug 2016, 23:42

Dated Aug 19, 1866 at 1 P.M. in the Town Hall of Curti
Appearing was Giovanni Stellato, the son of deceased Gabriele (Stellato), age 26, a peasant living in Curti. He presented a male infant, born on the 19th, to his wife, Maria Raffaela Pratillo, the daughter of dec Giuseppe (Pratillo). She was age 22 and a spinner living in their house on Strada Piazza. The infant was given the name Gabriele.
Witnesses to the declaration of the birth, and presentation of the infant, were Domeico Merola, the son of deceased Michele (Merola), age 60, and Gaetano Cantiello, the son of dec Simone Cantiello, age 53. Both men were peasants in the town.
The document was signed only by the town official, as the declarant and the witnesses did not know how to write.

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Re: Birth record help

Postby vspeciale66 » 11 Aug 2016, 00:05

Thank you as always!
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Re: Birth record help

Postby erudita74 » 11 Aug 2016, 00:34

You're very welcome.
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