Dazi translation

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Dazi translation

Postby MichaelSerchio » 24 Jun 2008, 12:58

This is a photograph of a record I found in Pisa. He was possibly an orphan from the hospital.

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Any help translating the text would be greatly appriciated.

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Michael Colognori

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Re: Dazi translation

Postby liviomoreno » 24 Jun 2008, 14:12

On January 12, 1897 Doroteo Dazi, an abandoned child (foundling), was baptized by ....

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Re: Dazi translation

Postby Lucap » 24 Jun 2008, 19:51

liviomoreno wrote:On January 12, 1897 Doroteo Dazi, an abandoned child (foundling), was baptized by ....


Maybe 1857?

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Re: Dazi translation

Postby MichaelSerchio » 25 Jun 2008, 01:15

Hi,

It is 1857, thanks for the translation.

Thanks very much.

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Re: Dazi translation

Postby Sirena » 26 Jun 2008, 14:12

Livio,
Is Trovatello the word that identifies her as an abandoned foundling? If not, which expression is it? Thank you.

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Re: Dazi translation

Postby liviomoreno » 26 Jun 2008, 14:27

Sirena wrote:Livio,
Is Trovatello the word that identifies her as an abandoned foundling? If not, which expression is it? Thank you.

Yes "Trovatello" is the Italian word for abandoned foundling.
Trovatello is masculine, as well as Doroteo...


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