Death document translation for Nicola Alvino

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Death document translation for Nicola Alvino

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http://dl.antenati.san.beniculturali.it ... ewsIndex=0

#66 What is Nicola's mother's last name...Teresa ? Thanks. :-)
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After looking at it quite a few times, it looks like Animella. Does anyone else agree? Thoughts?
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Animella surname does not exist in Calabria Region.

Perhaps it is Ariniello?

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Thanks, Tessa. Will need to dig a bit further. I appreciate your help. :-)
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Tessa78 wrote: 22 Oct 2019, 20:43 Animella surname does not exist in Calabria Region.

Perhaps it is Ariniello?

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After a little investigation, I found the surname "Amicarella" is found in the province of Salerno as well as Abruzzo. I'm unsure why my 6x GGF would find a wife in this area of Italy, but I'm hoping maybe you can shed some light on this if, in fact, it's true. I'm just a bit confused. :?
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Possibly Teresa was a foundling and her surname "Animella" was imposed by the Civil State Officer
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mmogno wrote: 23 Oct 2019, 10:39 Possibly Teresa was a foundling and her surname "Animella" was imposed by the Civil State Officer
Thanks for your response, mmogno. So you are also reading the last name as "Animella?" Could it possibly be another name?
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Even in my opinion the surname is "Animella"
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mmogno wrote: 23 Oct 2019, 15:53 Even in my opinion the surname is "Animella"
Thanks for your help. :-)
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