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Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby nuccia » 27 Mar 2006, 15:15

Hi All,

I received these 2 documents from a cousin yet I'm having trouble reading much of it (especially the handwritten part). I'm attempting to post here and hopefully someone can translate them for me. I realize they are long documents but I would appreciate any help possible.

Atti di Mattrimonio

Marriage Banns

One of the big questions I have is: Was Lorenzo adopted according to these banns?

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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby nuccia » 27 Mar 2006, 16:47

Hi Again,

As a follow up to the above linked documents...many of you won't be able to open them as I've just learned because I was only able to link with goggle...Elba has attempted to translate them but couldn't view... :(

Does anyone have any other ideas or could link them for me using another program? :?

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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby suanj » 27 Mar 2006, 16:56

Nuccia I cannot open the Atti di Mattrimonio and Marriage Banns ....regards, suanj
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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby nuccia » 27 Mar 2006, 17:07

Hi Again,

If I've done this correctly, we may be able to view. Please, let me know. My fear is that it may be too small. :?


http://img229.imageshack.us/img229/4999 ... ccipu1.jpg

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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby suanj » 27 Mar 2006, 20:16

act n°1
Macchione Lori(e)nzo and Nucci Rosa... and all date of bann wedding
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the year 1831, the day 2 8 of january to hour 8.00 A.M. and 15.00 minutes, in my presence Pasquale Gagliardo (major) and Officer of civil record, is appeared Lorenzo Macchione of age 37 farmer in Malito resident of late Domenico, of age...., farmer also resident in Malito, and son of.... (name mother illegible) farmer, and ..." già coniugata"(illegible) (already married?)Rosa Nucci of age 36, farmer, resident in Malito, daughter of Pietro age 41 ...(illegible) resident in Malito and daughter of ...(name mother illegible), farmer, resident in same Common, that ask me of to make the wedding.. the spouse (Lorenzo) say me that is born in Belsito.. the spouse(Rosa)..... (illegible other birthplace) and they both have from 1 year the residence in Malito and of it don't have no stepfather and no stepmother ... etc.... withnesses etc...( the wedding is ok)... hoping helpful.. suanj
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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby wldspirit » 27 Mar 2006, 21:13

Nuccia.....I to have had to learn by trial and error with image shack......
in order to make an image viewable.......click on the menu and choose the 1024 x ?? (can't remember this number......7 or 800 something......)
hope this helps.......
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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby nuccia » 28 Mar 2006, 02:59

Thanks for everything Suanj and Wildspirit. :D

I'm going to try the other document now and hopefully I'll get it right. :oops:

This means a lot to me. Now if I could just get the handwriting part of it!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby nuccia » 28 Mar 2006, 03:58

Hi,

I have posted the second document and hope someone can traslate it for me. Once again, I hope someone can make out the handwriting if possible.

http://img471.imageshack.us/img471/3893 ... ucciat.jpg

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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby ricbru » 28 Mar 2006, 04:09

Sorry nuccia, I would like to help you but if the immage goes bigger it goes out of focus and I can't read it,
I just read they got married in February and Lorenzo father was Domenico. Domenico was already death.
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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby nuccia » 28 Mar 2006, 04:19

Goodness, I'm having so much trouble with this! :x

Ok, everyone...thinking caps on...what is the next step here to getting these documents more legible? Is there a way of using imageshack to post sections of the document and will it help? :? :? :?

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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby Incipit » 28 Mar 2006, 07:03

The year in the document is 1881
the surname of Lorenzo is Macchione
the surname of Rosa is Nucci

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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby shutterbug » 28 Mar 2006, 12:31

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www.appliedlanguage.com I have used this to translate words from an Italian passport of a dead realitive. Wok real good.

babelfish.altavista.com I havent used this in a long time , but it worked good when I did.
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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby nuccia » 29 Mar 2006, 05:13

Thanks for everything folks...Elba's been trying to help me with these documents for weeks but sadly, they're not very good copies.

I just wanted to let Elba know how much I appreciate all the help she's given me the last few months. She has translated documents, listened to my constant complaining about work and helped me with my school work! Thanks to her help and support, I was able to score a perfect mark on my recent paper. :D :D :D :D

Elba, you're a champ! :D :D

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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby jcsm400 » 29 Mar 2006, 06:07

Nuccia,

I've been looking at it too.

Domenico's mother: ? Palma

Pietro's wife: Ferenzina ?

I think!!!!! Will keep trying.

Can you rescan & then alter the image part saved on your computer & then do imageshack?

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Re: Translations of documents-Atti di Mattrimonio

Postby nuccia » 29 Mar 2006, 06:14

Thanks Joyce! :D :D

Like I said, I had some help from a very good friend! These documents are driving me insae. I'm still playing with imageshack and trying to figure out what I can do but I think it's probably not going to get any better then this! I'll email them to you if you like and you can see the difference. They don't look as bad on email (but not great either). :x

I never even noticed the line about Domenico's mother..will have to take another look! :o

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