bride's father's occupation

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bride's father's occupation

Post by dmt1955 » 05 May 2016, 01:31

http://s32.postimg.org/oxsy37jl1/1837_A ... rriage.jpg

any thoughts on the bride's father (Pasquale Ceruolo) occupation...this is not an easy script to read.

most appreciative,
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Re: bride's father's occupation

Post by suanj » 05 May 2016, 21:09

Hi,
it is hard to say.. seeming "Molenajo/Molinajo" aka Molinaro = Miller
but unsure, but it the my best option,
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Re: bride's father's occupation

Post by dmt1955 » 05 May 2016, 22:49

suanj
this makes sense. at first i thought it was molinaro but the second letter looks like an 'i' and that threw me off.

thanks so much.
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