Birth Record Translation, 1849

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Birth Record Translation, 1849

Post by JOHN08 » 04 Jul 2013, 03:24

My translation of this birth record:

Year: 1849, Day: 15th, Month: March, Appeared: Luigi ?, Son of Domenico, Age: 26, Profession: tailor, Living: Atri, Presented a male baby: born on the 14th of March to his wife, Emilia Ermigiotti, Age: 28, Living: Atri.

A marriage note was added to the birth record: Married Angela ? on the 22nd of Feb 1883.

Thanks for any corrections/additions.

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Re: Birth Record Translation, 1849

Post by Tessa78 » 04 Jul 2013, 04:14

JOHN08 wrote:My translation of this birth record:

Year: 1859, Day: 15th, Month: March, Appeared: Luigi Iezzoni/Iezzone?, Son of Domenico, Age: 26, Profession: tailor, Living: Atri, Presented a male baby: born on the 14th of March to his wife, Emilia Ermigiotti, Age: 28, Living: Atri. Child was given the name Giovanni

A marriage note was added to the birth record: Married Angela ? on the 22nd of Feb 1883.

Thanks for any corrections/additions.

John

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Re: Birth Record Translation, 1849

Post by JOHN08 » 04 Jul 2013, 05:40

Tessa,

I have a Luigi Tezzoni in my RootsMagic program: he was a "sarto," a tailor, born about 1834.

Thanks for helping me fill-in the blank spaces in my genealogy.

John

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Re: Birth Record Translation, 1849

Post by Tessa78 » 04 Jul 2013, 15:49

JOHN08 wrote:Tessa,

I have a Luigi Tezzoni in my RootsMagic program: he was a "sarto," a tailor, born about 1834.

Thanks for helping me fill-in the blank spaces in my genealogy.

John
I do not believe the surname Tezzoni exists in Atri (or the Abruzzo Region), but I know that the surname Iezzoni does :-)

Meanwhile, I am still trying to decipher the surname of the bride in the marriage notation!

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Re: Birth Record Translation, 1849

Post by Roi Soleil » 08 Mar 2017, 16:22

Dear,

I am the proud son of an Italian immigrant who arrived in Belgium in the 1950's from the home region of the Abruzzo, in the province of Terramo.
I started to do a genealogical research from both my mother's and my father's side.

Iezzoni is the name on mother's side, which has it's roots in 1700 near Atri and Mutignano.

On father's side is Di Martino; with his origin in Cellino Attanasio/Scorrano.

So far, my research has been done in the region of the Abruzzo.
Now, I would like to open up my research and discover those who have immigrated in the Americas.

While browsing different Internet sites, consulting the italian Central Archives of the State, I was able to identify some members of the Iezzoni family who emigrated to the United States of America..
But the information collected that way is incomplete.

If you so wish, I could help to complete your family tree in exchange for the help you can provide me.
If, through our exchange, it turns out our families our related, I will send you all the information about your family tree.

In attachement, you will find my birth certificate where you can see that my mother is part of the Iezzoni family.

My research on the Iezzoni family has allowed me to identify many people in the USA.
I will be eager to expand my research opportunities and exchange my experience.

I do not speak English.
I speak French and Italian.
I would like to point out that I do some research to know the history of my family and that there is no commercial approach.

I would like to thank you for your attention and I will be glad to share some informations about our families.

My email address: maxime.dimartino@skynet.be
Thank you
Cordial Greetings

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