One more death record...

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One more death record...

Post by eguillorn » 21 Nov 2011, 21:28

I came across this record as well - the handwriting is so small that I can't really read any of it. Hopefully someone out there has great eye sight!

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Agelantonia D'Aloe that I am researching was married to Liberantonio Miticocchio. I am wondering if the Nicola Miticocchio listed on this record is her son? Also curious about her parents, birth and death dates.

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Post by adelfio » 21 Nov 2011, 23:45

1873 Nicola Miticocchio age 40 was there at the time of death of Angelantonia D'Aloe he is the son of deceased Liberantonio Miticocchio
Angelantonia D'Aloe was 64 at the time of death daughter of deceased Vincenza and Anna Maria Battista and she was the widow of Liberantonio Miticocchio
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Post by eguillorn » 30 Nov 2011, 05:24

Thanks Marty - Appreciate it! Couldn't read the small script very well.
I'm trying to extract a death date. It looks like maybe the 17th of ? Any ideas?

Thanks again for all of your help.

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Post by Tessa78 » 12 Dec 2011, 16:57

eguillorn wrote:Thanks Marty - Appreciate it! Couldn't read the small script very well.
I'm trying to extract a death date. It looks like maybe the 17th of ? Any ideas?

Thanks again for all of your help.
That line reads:

"at the hour 21 (9 PM), today the 17th of the month of October" (del giorno d'oggi diciassette del mese di ottobre)

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Post by eguillorn » 13 Dec 2011, 22:27

Excellent. Thank you.

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