liviomoreno wrote:It is still too small. I tried to enlarge it and this is what I read:
On 1878 Nov 8, in the town hall of Cercepiccola, appeared Giovanni d'Amico 27yo, farmer, to declare that on the day 7 to his legitimate wife Domenica ????, aged 24, daughter of the deceased Francesco, was born a male baby named Francesco.
Yes, I see the same, Livio. And I believe the mother's surname is TUCCI
#32 Domenico D’Amico Record dated 28 November 1881 at 10:05 AM at Cercopiccola Appeared Vincenzo D’Amico, 38, peasant farmer, to declare that at 2:30 PM on the 27the of the month was born to Giuseppa ??? daughter of Domenico, his wife, age 28, farmer, living with him, a male child they hames Domenico.
Record #13 - Maria Giuseppa Di Santo Record dated 20 February 1880 Father: Antonio Di Santo, son of deceased Domenico, age 23, peasant farmer Mother: Maria Domenica Racchi, of deceased Pasquale, age 23, farmer, his wife living with him. Child was born at 7:30 AM on the 18th and named Maria Giuseppa
maddogg338 wrote:I know her parents were Vincenzo D'Amico and Rosaria Carrelli, just wanted to understand the rest of this. Thanks!
The ink is blurry on this one...
Record appears to be dated 10 december 1887 (not positive about this) Father: Vincenzo D'Amico, age 46(?), peasant farmer Mother: Rosaria Carrelli (I'll take your word for this ), daughter of Ilario(?), his wife, age 23(?) Child born on 4th of the month at 5 AM and given the name Domenica.
Domenico D'Amico (cannot read record #) Record dated 22 march 1890 at 9:15 AM at the town office in Cercepiccola Father: Antonio of deceased Cosmo, age 41, peasant farmer Mother: Maria L????le of deceased C????angelo, his wife, age 30, farmer, living with him Child was born at 7 AM on the 21st of the month. Given the name Domenico.
Record dated 11 September 1876 at 9 AM at the town office of Cercepiccola Appearing before the official was Vincenzo D'Amico, age 36, peasant farmer, to declare that at 3:25 AM on the 11th of the current month, to Maria Giuseppa Simiele, daughter of Domenico, age 22, peasant farmer, his wife living with him; was born a male child, to whom was given the name Domenico, and of which the official recognized to be without life.