Gruppuso - Tobia Marriage

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Gruppuso - Tobia Marriage

Postby sacesta » 24 Aug 2016, 19:16

To date, this is the oldest record I've found. It is the marriage record of my 6th great grandparents, Vincenzo Gruppuso and Giuseppa Tobia, dated 16 Oct 1729.

There is a phrase following the names of the bride and groom that looks like sponsum filium innuptum. Does this refer to the bride and groom both being unmarried before the time of this wedding?

Also, it appears to me that all four parents were alive at the time of the marriage. Could someone please confirm this for me?

Thanks again for all your help.

Steve

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Re: Gruppuso - Tobia Marriage

Postby erudita74 » 25 Aug 2016, 00:33

Dated Oct 16, 1729
Banns were:
the first on Sept 18th (it looks like it was originally the 16th and then changed to the 18th), the 2nd on Sept 21st, and the 3rd on Sept 25th.
Groom: Vincenzo Gruppuso, single son of deceased Vincenzo Gruppuso and living Sebastiana Arcieri, who were spouses of this town of Calatafimi when he was alive.
Bride: Giuseppa Tubbia, single daughter of deceased Giuseppe Tubbia and living Antonia de Simone, who were spouses of this town and Mother Church when he was alive.
Witnesses were D. Antonino Pampalone and Maestro Vito Mazara.

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Re: Gruppuso - Tobia Marriage

Postby sacesta » 25 Aug 2016, 01:31

Thank you Erudita. Do you think the D. before Antonino Pampalone's name is an abbreviation for Don?
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Re: Gruppuso - Tobia Marriage

Postby erudita74 » 25 Aug 2016, 02:40

Yes, I do, Steve.
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