Help with Quadrelle marriage record

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Help with Quadrelle marriage record

Post by todson » 16 Apr 2019, 21:50

Greetings,

Looking for help with this 1872 Quadrelle marriage record between Carmine Gaspare Piumelli and Anna Carmine Tavolario. Any assistance with marriage date, birth dates, parents names, and anything that might seem helpful. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

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Re: Help with Quadrelle marriage record

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Post by PippoM » 17 Apr 2019, 09:40

Marriage date: Apr 13th, 1872 at 12:00
Groom: Gaspare Giumelli (that's how I read his surname), 32 years old, "mannese" (I think a "mannese" was a carpenter specialized in cart reparing), never married, living in this town, son of Stefano, and Anna Santomauro, grocers (or cheesemongers).
Bride: Anna Carmina Tavolario, 25 years old, never married, born and living in this town, daughter of Gavino, blacksmith, and Annantonia Guerriero, peasant.
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Re: Help with Quadrelle marriage record

Post by todson » 17 Apr 2019, 11:48

This is great. Thanks for your time!

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Re: Help with Quadrelle marriage record

Post by bbivona » 17 Apr 2019, 13:13

I agree with Pippo, it's definitely written as Giumelli. If you look at the name Gaspare Giumelli on the record, the first letters are exactly the same. The other records you posted were definitely Piumelli.

Also agree on mannese. They were essentially the mechanics in the cart era.
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