Wife, Mother, Mother

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Wife, Mother, Mother

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I only need the following:

1747 Riveli - name of head of household's wife

1797 Death - name of deceased's mother

1818 Death - name of deceased's mother
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1747 - Head of household is Sebastiano Pitruzzello. Wife's name is Gracia (Grazia?).

1797 - Deceased's mother is Lucia Lastrina.

1818 - Deceased's mother is Lucia Permano (or Iermano).
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arturo.c wrote: 04 Jun 2021, 01:17 1747 - Head of household is Sebastiano Pitruzzello. Wife's name is Gracia (Grazia?).I think it might be "Crucia" (Croce)

1797 - Deceased's mother is Lucia Lastrina.

1818 - Deceased's mother is Lucia Permano (or Iermano)I read Germano, though Iermano would be the same, as they are just two different spellings of the same "name".
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Any chance that it's the same Mauro in 1747 and 1797, or in 1747 and 1818 with a possible misspelling of the first name on one of the records or possible alternative names?
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I read, Crucia, Lucia Lastrina, and Lucia Germano.

Given that the stated ages fit for Mauro, I was wondering if either Crucia or Lucia was a clerical error, or if the names Crucia and Lucia were interchangeable, making it the same Mauro?
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For the 1747 Riveli, I'm now looking for the name of the declarer's parents as listed in the opening paragraph.
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False alarm. I found the answer - deceased Mauro and living Carmela.
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