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name translation

Post by oilman19 » 08 Mar 2011, 10:39

http://img717.imageshack.us/img717/198/ ... th1902.jpg

Would someone please help me figure out the surname of Maria's husband.
I'm seeing Baviolo, but it doesn't seem right. :?:

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Post by lilbees » 08 Mar 2011, 12:56

Hey Jim, how about Barbato?

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Post by adelfio » 08 Mar 2011, 14:53

I ve look at it for a little I think it is Bartolo check out the other lower case t's

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Post by Tessa78 » 08 Mar 2011, 21:02

Hi Jim,

I have to go with lilbees :-)

Barbato is found in SMCV today...

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Post by oilman19 » 08 Mar 2011, 21:34

Thank you, all. :)

Boy, sometimes that handwriting just stumps me.

I have to admit that I am having trouble seeing those letters. Should I flip a coin? :D

Your help is very much appreciated.
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Post by Tessa78 » 08 Mar 2011, 21:41

oilman19 wrote:Thank you, all. :)

Boy, sometimes that handwriting just stumps me.

I have to admit that I am having trouble seeing those letters. Should I flip a coin? :D

Your help is very much appreciated.
I went with Barbato because what you may see as a "v" looks like it could be an "r" and a lowercase "b" that begins with a right to left loop at the top. I think the bottom of the "b" has some faded ink which makes it harder to see.

Just my opinion :-D

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Post by oilman19 » 09 Mar 2011, 10:12

I can't disgree.

And, Barbato was a reasonably common surname in S.M.

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