Help interpretating marriage certificate

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Help interpretating marriage certificate

Postby rlcalegari » 14 Sep 2016, 16:37

Hi,

I found the marriage certificate of my great-grandparents and I'd like to know if someone can help me to discover were they came from. My great-grandfather I believe he came from Azigliano, Novara and my great-grandmother I have no clue.

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Re: Help interpretating marriage certificate

Postby PippoM » 15 Sep 2016, 13:27

As far as I see, GGF was from Asigliano.
Nowadays, there are two Asigliano's in Italy, one province of Vercelli (formerly Novara) and another province of Vicenza.
As to your GGM, surname Savalaga doesn't seem to exist in Italy, do you have other spellings? The place of origin might be Treviso, but I don't se other T's to compare with.
What's groom's surname?
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Re: Help interpretating marriage certificate

Postby rlcalegari » 15 Sep 2016, 14:11

Hi PippoM,

My great-grandfather's name was Stefano Caligaris, his parents name were Giuseppe Caligaris and Giuseppina Rossi. He was born about 1881.
My great-grandmother was Angela Salvalagio and her parents name were Antonio Salvalagio and Rosa Bandiera or Bandiera Rosa.

I'm trying to find his birth certificate but it's been very hard. I'm also trying to discover where she was from to see if I can find hers birth certificate.

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Re: Help interpretating marriage certificate

Postby mmogno » 15 Sep 2016, 19:35

The surname Salvalaggio is typical of Castelfranco Veneto, near Treviso, where there is also the surname Bandiera.


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