mother of the deceased

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ottolino
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mother of the deceased

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hello everyone, hope one of you can decipher the name of the deceased's mother in certificate 58 (left hand side):
http://dl.antenati.san.beniculturali.it ... ewsIndex=0

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Maria Chirico possibly?
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Maria Ghiura - a surname found in Caserta

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thank you both Matt and Tessa! I think I'll go for "Ghiuro o Ghiura", I'd have never guessed that.
mille grazie,
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