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Please help with translation records from my Grandmother.

Post by ItalianbellaSA » 04 Feb 2011, 22:46

I have three documents that I would like to have transcribed. I have uploaded them to imageshack.



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Thank you in advance for your help.

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Post by Sirena » 05 Feb 2011, 00:02

1st one is her birth certificate

Rosario Incognito, 39 yr. old farmer residing in Patti declared that on Nov. 8, 1895 at 1:30 pm a female child, Maria, was born to his wife Carmella Coppodona (sp?).
It also states the address of his house but it's difficult to read.

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Post by Sirena » 05 Feb 2011, 00:07

the second one is just the seals, etc. and names of the officials......nothing about your gm.

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Post by Sirena » 05 Feb 2011, 00:12

The 3rd was sent on Aug. 9, 1913 from the Emmigration Office of Messina to tell her the details/ticket of her passage to NY.

Maria Incognito sailed on the ship, Verona, from Naples on Aug. 27, 1913 and was accompanied by her mother (her name is not on there though)
They had to present themselves at the office in Messina on 8/25/13 add it appears that they would transport them to Naples by boat/steamer.

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Post by Tessa78 » 05 Feb 2011, 01:29

Maria, was born to his wife Carmella Coppodona (sp?).
It also states the address of his house but it's difficult to read.
Mother's name is Carmela Cappadona; and the address is Contrada Mulinello.
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Post by liviomoreno » 05 Feb 2011, 06:58

Sirena wrote:The 3rd was sent on Aug. 9, 1913 from the Emmigration Office of Messina to tell her the details/ticket of her passage to NY.

Maria Incognito sailed on the ship, Verona, from Naples on Aug. 27, 1913 and was accompanied by her mother (her name is not on there though)
They had to present themselves at the office in Messina on 8/25/13 add it appears that they would transport them to Naples by boat/steamer.
It is the actual ticket for Maria travel to New York.
Maria was traveling alone but was supposed to be accompanied to the ship by the mother because she was 17 years old

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