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Re: Help with translation

Postby Normandie » 07 Dec 2009, 11:50

livio Thanks so much for the translation. Will send other 2 documents. I really appreciate your help. N.
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Re: Help with translation

Postby liviomoreno » 07 Dec 2009, 12:28

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Emmanuele Antonina PEPE, female, was born in Altavilla Silentina (in the house of Via Torricella Soprana) on September 5 1869. Father Michele, mother Maddalena SCARPA.
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Giuseppe CORNETTA, male, was born in Altavilla Silentina on December 29 1865. Father Matteo, mother Angela Maria IANNUZZI.
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Re: Help with translation

Postby Normandie » 07 Dec 2009, 13:38

livio Thanks again for the translations. I did not have my Great Grandfather's Mother's name so this very helpful. Also did not have his month and day of birth. This information will help with further research. Should I write a thank you letter to City of Altavilla Silentina? I feel it would be proper. I would try to write something simple so can use Italian dictionary to translate.
Probably would write: " Thanks so much for your letter of 12/11/2009 on Cornetta Giuseppe e Pepe Emmananuele Antonio. The information was very helpful to the research I am doing on my family." Do you think this be proper? N.
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Re: Help with translation

Postby liviomoreno » 07 Dec 2009, 14:37

A thank you is always welcome! I would handwrite it in a Xmas card and send it to Carlo Rufo
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Re: Help with translation

Postby Normandie » 07 Dec 2009, 15:21

That is what I will do. The Christmas card is wonderful idea. N.
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