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Hi can anyone please translate this for me?

Postby gaylest » 17 Nov 2005, 17:02

Gentile Signore, le uniche notizie che ho trovato sono quelle riguardanti un certo Locchi Fortunato figlio di Gustavo emigrato a La Spezia nel 1894 ritornato a Livorno nel 1895 e definitivamente emigrato a La Spezia il 3 dicembre 1896. Potrà richiedere ulteriori informazioni alla Curia Vescovile di Livorno via del Seminario n.61 57100 Livorno. Distinti saluti Dott. Ezio Papa. -----Messaggio originale-----
Da: Gayle Stewart [mailto:gs56@bigpond.net.au]
Inviato: sabato 5 novembre 2005 6.47
A: Spada Carmela
Oggetto: Family of Locchi
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Re: Hi can anyone please translate this for me?

Postby suanj » 17 Nov 2005, 18:23

Kind Mr/Mrs,
the only news that i found regarding an Fortunato LOCCHI, son of Gustavo and emigrated in La Spezia town(Italy) in 1894, back again in Livorno in 1895 and finally emigrated in La Spezia in 3 Dec 1896..
For further infos you can ask in the Curia Vescovile of Livorno (Bishop Archive) via del Seminario n.61 57100 Livorno.
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Re: Hi can anyone please translate this for me?

Postby gaylest » 18 Nov 2005, 17:38

Dear Suanj
Once again you have come to my rescue!! If I can ever help you with information in Australia please let me know. (even though I am a beginner at this family history stuff I am learning fast!!)
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Postby suanj » 18 Nov 2005, 17:39

gaylest wrote:Dear Suanj
Once again you have come to my rescue!! If I can ever help you with information in Australia please let me know. (even though I am a beginner at this family history stuff I am learning fast!!)
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