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Help translating bottom notes

Postby vspeciale66 » 28 Sep 2016, 02:55

Can some one help me translate the handwritten notes at the bottom of the record. I am interested in all the notes form the 3rd written line down. They seem to include important dates and names for pertaining to this marriage record.

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Re: Help translating bottom notes

Postby liviomoreno » 28 Sep 2016, 08:07

Once again, please post the link to the URL.
Which of the two records?

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Postby vspeciale66 » 28 Sep 2016, 15:09

Unfortunately I cant post the link as this is from a downloaded image. The Romano / Isca record. Thanks for your help.
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Re: Help translating bottom notes

Postby Tessa78 » 28 Sep 2016, 15:40

#31 is dated 21 June 1895 in S. Giuseppe Iato
Groom: Giuseppe Romano, single, age 42, farmer born in Belmonte and residing S. Giuseppe; son of deceased Benedetto and of deceased Bartolomea La Rosa.
Bride: Francesca Isca, single, age 50, housewife born in S. Giuseppe; daughter of deceased Erasmo and of deceased Rosalia Simonetti.
Publication of banns was on 26 May and 2 June.
The couple gave testimony that from their natural union they had 5 natural born children: 3 males and 2 females, who were born to unidentified mother in the registered births. The first on 26 January 1875 (#19) given the name Benedetto; the second on 12 January 1880 (#8) given the name Erasmo; the third on 13 September 1881 (#247) given the name Girolamo; the fourth (female) born 27 August 1883 (#199) given the name Grazia; and the fifth (female) born 16 May 1885 (#121) give the name Rosalia.
With this act [marriage] they ask to have them recognized as their legitimate children.

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Re: Help translating bottom notes

Postby liviomoreno » 28 Sep 2016, 15:44

vspeciale66 wrote:Unfortunately I cant post the link as this is from a downloaded image. The Romano / Isca record. Thanks for your help.

I understand it is a downloaded image. Where did you downloaded it from. You have to post the link to that site. BTW I searched for it and this is the link: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1 ... cc=2051639.

The note states that the spouses recognized and legitimized the 5 following kids, born before their marriage:
Benedetto born 26 Jan 1875, act #19
Erasmo born 12 Jan 1880, act #8
Girolamo born 13 Sept 1881, act #247
Grazia (female) born 27 Aug 1883, act #199
Rosalia (female) born 16 May 1885, act #121

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Re: Help translating bottom notes

Postby vspeciale66 » 29 Sep 2016, 15:43

Thank you both for the info. Unfortunately I downloaded the image quite awhile ago so I wasn't actually on the family search site the day I asked for translation and didn't have the link at the top of the page. sorry. But I do know what you are asking for.

How do you find these images so quickly though?? I took me days at the time to go through the images to find the names I am looking for. You were able to just go and find the link so quickly.
Again thank you both for your help!
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