Terrible handwriting

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Terrible handwriting

Post by Robin B Mc » 16 Jun 2015, 00:19

Can anyone make out what the list of allegati says? The first two are probably the birth records of the groom and bride since that's generally the norm. And I think #4 might be the death record of the father of the groom (Giovanni). But the handwriting is so bad, I can't be sure and can't work out the others! TIA

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Post by erudita74 » 16 Jun 2015, 01:23

There were 5 documents presented:
1. the act of birth of the groom
2. the act of birth of the bride
3. the act of notification made in this town which resulted in no opposition to the marriage
4. the death act of Giovanni (not sure of surname), father of the groom
5. the death act of Stefano (not sure of surname), paternal grandfather of the groom

no dates are given for these acts

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Re: Terrible handwriting

Post by Robin B Mc » 16 Jun 2015, 02:09

Thanks! Surname is Potestio. I will order the Allegati microfilm to learn more but I now at least know the father of the groom died before 1850 - and that his father was Stefano.

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Re: Terrible handwriting

Post by erudita74 » 16 Jun 2015, 04:35

You're very welcome, Robin.
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