Birth Record Translation

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Birth Record Translation

Postby MichealN » 03 Oct 2016, 17:47

Good Morning -

I'm having difficulty translating the attached birth record. It is record number 53 (Bottom left). Can anybody assist in translating this record? Thank you!
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Re: Birth Record Translation

Postby jestes » 07 Oct 2016, 20:25

Maybe someone else can fill in the blanks and polish it up, but here is my take on it:

In the year 1886, the 20th of March at 9:30 am, before me ???? Giuseppe, the delegated secretary of the Sindaco, etc., etc., appeared Antonio Cappa (son of Tommaso), age 37, profession "magnaio" (possibly locksmith?).
He states that at 9:20 am on the 19th (yesterday) in the house at number 8 (not sure of the street name), of (not sure of her first name) Lombardo (daughter of Giambattista), Antonio's wife, is born a baby girl whom they have named Teresa.

John

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Re: Birth Record Translation

Postby MichealN » 07 Oct 2016, 21:26

Thank you John! It is very appreciated!

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Re: Birth Record Translation

Postby liviomoreno » 08 Oct 2016, 07:57

jestes wrote:Maybe someone else can fill in the blanks and polish it up, but here is my take on it:

In the year 1886, the 20th of March at 9:30 am, before me Caivano Giuseppe, the delegated secretary of the Sindaco, etc., etc., appeared Antonio Cappa (son of Tommaso), age 37, profession "mugnaio" (miller).
He states that at 9:20 am on the 19th (yesterday) in the house at number 8 (Vico Vallone), of (not sure of her first name) Lombardo (daughter of Giambattista), Antonio's wife, is born a baby girl whom they have named Teresa.

John


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