Can someone confirm this Latin record?

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Can someone confirm this Latin record?

Post by stellina13 » 24 Aug 2012, 21:12

http://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.i ... ewsIndex=0

I'm getting confused with this record.
I believe this is Venanzo Domenico Francesco Antonio Facchini baptized 2/23/1787. Is his father Concezio and his grandfather Venanzo?

Then it speaks of a ___________ Sabbatini, Can anyone tell me her first name and who is she exactly?

Then a Domeenica is mentioned. Who is this Domenica? It seems she also has a father named Venanzo or am I reading it wrong?

thank you for taking the time to look at it.
Nina

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Re: Can someone confirm this Latin record?

Post by Lucap » 25 Aug 2012, 00:36

stellina13 wrote:I believe this is Venanzo Domenico Francesco Antonio Facchini baptized 2/23/1787. Is his father Concezio and his grandfather Venanzo? Ok

Then it speaks of a Giovanna (Ioannae) Sabbatini, Can anyone tell me her first name and who is she exactly? Concezio's mother

Then a Domenica is mentioned. Who is this Domenica? Domenica D'Addamio is the mother of the newborn
It seems she also has a father named Venanzo or am I reading it wrong? Venanzo is the father of Domenica D'Addamio, and Maria Anna Parente is her mother.
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Re: Can someone confirm this Latin record?

Post by stellina13 » 25 Aug 2012, 00:53

Come sempre, grazie Luca.

I think I am getting a little better at this, no?
Nina

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Re: Can someone confirm this Latin record?

Post by Lucap » 25 Aug 2012, 10:22

stellina13 wrote:I think I am getting a little better at this, no?
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