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The page I am providing a URL for, as recommended, reflects my translation however I believe working through the document there is a lot of information I am skipping as I can't read the document. Words I have tried to figure out but can't. If someone could fix the translation and return it I would appreciate it.
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WOW I can't believe no one will help with this translation of the page I posted.
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Can someone translate page 8, #570.....Family of Melcchiore Giovanni & of Vincenza La Duca?
specifically Luciano?

thanks in advance.

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ray1955 wrote:Can someone translate page 8, #570.....Family of Melcchiore Giovanni & of Vincenza La Duca?
specifically Luciano?

thanks in advance.

Ray
Do you have a link for the page 8, #570 that you reference above?

As to your other post. It is MOST difficult to read with your annotations, and because the image does not enlarge well. Can you post the document without your annotations, please?

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Children of Giovanni Melchiorre and of Vincenza La Duca

Alessandro Luciano
- born 16 February 1931. Emigrated to Palermo with parents in 1952 where, he attended the university and lived with his brother, Prof. Luciano.

Luciano - born 7 November 1934 - Emigrated to Palermo with parents and at the university earned a dregree - Professor of Economics.

The two brothers, both unmarried, remained in Vallelungo for their own interests, being owners of a respectable property in Contrada S. Giovanni, that lies on a gentle slope for air healthiness, and a fertile vineyard in Contrada Vicaretto situated a little beyond the Villalba railway station.

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Wow that is great Tessa, .....have a question regarding how to check a city .....example if I am trying to get to Vallelunga, I go to caltaniesta pratemino.......but thats because someone told me what if I wanted to this on my own and I wanted to go to another city like Mussomeli.....how would I find the province? to drill down to get to it?
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Here is the link for civil registrations for Vallelunga Pratameno, Caltanissetta on Family Search

https://familysearch.org/search/image/i ... %3D1986780

Sometimes it is easier to use the Catalog Search. When the results appear, it will tell you if the records exist online and provide a link to click to get there. :-)

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