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top of page 567 looking for translation
above Maria Nicoletta Mule heading.

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Giuseppe: farmer, or peasant. On the twenty-first day of october 1852 he married Liboria Cripi daughter of Tommaso and the late Giovanna la Paglia. Liberia died on June 23 1878 in her 42nd year. On February 25 1879 he married Rosalia Insima daughter of Giuseppe and Anna Maria Ogniberre. Rosalia is the widow of Rosario Crabone, and they (Giuseppe and Rosalia) had a daughter by the name of Maria Giuseppa who died aged two years on July 19 1882.

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Thank you that is great…..really appreciate this.

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The names are a bit off:
krash142 wrote:Giuseppe: farmer, or peasant. On the twenty-first day of october 1852 he married Liboria Tripi daughter of Tommaso and the late Giovanna La Paglia. Liberia died on June 23 1878 in her 42nd year. On February 25 1879 he married Rosalia Insinna, daughter of Giuseppe and Anna Maria Ognibene. Rosalia is the widow of Rosario Trabone, and they (Giuseppe and Rosalia) had a daughter by the name of Maria Giuseppa who died aged two years on July 19 1882.

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At the beginning, after Giuseppe's name, in parentheses, it says, "Master Gidduzzu." Gidduzzu is obviously Sicilian, but I don't know what it means.
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carubia wrote:...

At the beginning, after Giuseppe's name, in parentheses, it says, "Master Pidduzzu." Pidduzzu is obviously Sicilian, but I don't know what it means.
I believe, but I am not sure, Pidduzzo is a nickname for Giuseppe
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