Marriage in Cianciana

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DEATH RECORD GIOVANNI TAGLIALVORE

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 26 Mar 2014, 06:15

DEATH RECORD INDEX 28 GIOVANNI TAGLIALVORE
DATED 1907: 26 February at 10.15 a.m.
It was declared that at 2 p.m. ieri (yesterday), so 25 February at the address Via Provenzano, number not recorded unfortunately, Giovanni Taglialavore, aged 53, Villico living and born in Cianciana son of the late Onofrio and the late Giuseppa Martorana died. He was the husband of Rosa Cicera.

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/T ... ,349481401

Thought you might be interested that Via Provenzano is still there: https://www.google.co.nz/#q=via+Provenzano+cianciana

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Re: Marriage in Cianciana

Postby mcvega » 26 Mar 2014, 18:49

Yes, very much so, thank you
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Re: Marriage in Cianciana

Postby AngelaGrace56 » 28 Mar 2014, 06:38

mcvega wrote:Yes, very much so, thank you


Fantastic, I thought so.

(I have compiled a list of my ancestor's addresses which I will save to a USB stick and I also have a little alphabetical note book for this purpose - I plan to take both with me to Italy one of these years and visit each address and take lots of photos.)

All the best to you.

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Re: Marriage in Cianciana

Postby mcvega » 08 Jun 2014, 00:31

In the marriage document, does it mention the step father's name?
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Re: Marriage in Cianciana

Postby carubia » 08 Jun 2014, 05:51

It looks more like compite or compito to me, though the copy is a bit blurry, but I agree that compiuto seems to make more sense and in any case I believe it means the same thing: "accomplished," i.e., the age of 15 has been reached. I've often seen this word on marriage records for minors.
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Re: Marriage in Cianciana

Postby mcvega » 08 Jun 2014, 22:06

Thank You
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