D'Addabbo death record translation

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D'Addabbo death record translation

Post by todson » 19 Jul 2016, 00:18

Greetings,

If someone could be so kind to help with the translation of the attached death record it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your time and consideration. Regards. Tod Davis
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Re: D'Addabbo death record translation

Post by Biff83 » 19 Jul 2016, 04:07

On 3 May 1916 at 4 PM before Nicola D'Amore, in the town of Carbonara di Bari appeared
Michele D'Addabbo, 43, a ?, and Rocco Benerelli, 46, a farmer, declared at 8:10 AM today, died Vincenzo D'Addbbo, , 9 months old, a baby, child of Michele D'Addabbo, 43, a ?, and Vincenza Armenise

Michele's occupation looks like "cavamonte" but I've been unable to locate a profession.

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Re: D'Addabbo death record translation

Post by mmogno » 19 Jul 2016, 12:15

"cavamonte"=quarrier

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Re: D'Addabbo death record translation

Post by erudita74 » 19 Jul 2016, 12:44

I believe that the word cavamonte is a synonym for the word zuccatore-sometimes written as zoccatore o zuccatur.

http://architarchiviota.altervista.org/ ... catore.htm

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