PESCI, Atti di Nascita translation

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PESCI, Atti di Nascita translation

Post by taps57 » 06 Mar 2014, 23:02

I wrote to Valmozzola and received a copy of the Atti di Nascita for my great grandfather Biagio Pesci. I am struggling through, translating word by word....would anyone be able to translate for me?
I am excited to receive new info on my g grandfather : )
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Re: PESCI, Atti di Nascita translation

Post by Tessa78 » 06 Mar 2014, 23:51

Year 1879, day 12 of May, at 2:30 PM at the town office.
Before the official …in Valmozzola
Appeared Luigi Pesci, 35, farmer residing in San Martino #57,
To Maria Cimossi(?), farmer, his wife, residing with him,
was born a male child who he presented to the official and to whom was given the name BIAGIO
Witnesses to the record: Giuliano Rivi, 52, farmer; and Andrea Cordacci, 36, farmer.

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Re: PESCI, Atti di Nascita translation

Post by taps57 » 07 Mar 2014, 00:18

Thank you so much : )
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Post by adelfio » 07 Mar 2014, 00:45

T and Terry I believe it is Maria Timossi'

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Re: PESCI, Atti di Nascita translation

Post by Tessa78 » 07 Mar 2014, 01:23

adelfio wrote:T and Terry I believe it is Maria Timossi'

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Thanks, Marty... That first letter was not making sense to me :-)

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Re: PESCI, Atti di Nascita translation

Post by taps57 » 07 Mar 2014, 17:36

Yes it is Maria Timossi : ) I wonder if someone would mind translating the final handwritten paragraph? Thanks
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Post by Tessa78 » 07 Mar 2014, 22:00

taps57 wrote:Yes it is Maria Timossi : ) I wonder if someone would mind translating the final handwritten paragraph? Thanks
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In this instance the child was "declared" by the father, but not presented.
The paragraph states that the declarant [Luigi Pesci] dispensed with presenting the child to the official because of the distance, and after otherwise assuring the official the truth of the birth. The official read the present act to the participants and only he and the declarant signed below because the others were illiterate.

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Re: PESCI, Atti di Nascita translation

Post by taps57 » 08 Mar 2014, 05:11

Thanks so much!!! Most interesting!
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