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Dated 11 November 1865 at 11PM at town office
Before the official appeared Giuseppa Rugnone(?), age 53, midwife residing in the town, to declare that a male child was born to Carmela lo Vetri, age 33 and to Maestro Mariano Palmieri, her husband, age 40, carpenter, on the 11th of the current month at 11 AM at home. She presented the child and it was given the name CRISTOFARO.

Right column indicates a baptism on the same day...

Right side page identfies witnesses to the record: Giuseppe Gxxxx, age 30, gravedigger; and Santo Paradiso, age 58, peasant farmer.

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Mariano Palmieri Death Record 1867

Act date: July 3rd, 1867 at 3pm
Death date and place: July 2nd, 1867 at 11pm, in Sant'anna district.
Mariano Palmieri, 34 (?) years, carpenter, husband of Carmela Lo Vetere, born in Polizzi Generosa, son of Gandolfo and Giuseppa Mitilano, both deceased.

Giuseppe "Pippo" Moccaldi

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12 Feb 1868 in the commune of Alimena, at the hour 22 appearing before Francesco ??Tedesco mayor and offical in the town of Alimena, district of Termini, province of Palermo is Epifania di Caro, of deceased Pasquale, age 51, midwife, living in Alimena. that having assisted in the labor, on the 11 Febraury of the current year at the hour of 3 year is born to Giuseppa Guastoferro, of the deceased Filippo age 35, wife of Cherubino Oddo, of the deceased Antonio, age 50, middleclass, living in Alimena, in the same home in the town in the neighborhood of Sant'Anna, a female child who the parents intend to give the name Maria.

Witnesses are Giuseppe Cipriano, of deceased Antonio, age 32, farm laborer living in Alimena and Santo Paradiso?? of the deceased Rosario age 57, a farmer.

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Dated 9 December 1876 at 10 AM at the town office in Marsica
Appearing before the official was Michele Milano, 42, peasant farmer residing this town, to declare that at 5:15 AM on the 8th of the current month at Via Strettale(?) #20, to Mariantonia Conte daughter of Gerardo, his wife, peasant farmer, living with him, was born a male child who he presented to the official and two whom was given the name GIOVANNI ANTONIO
Witnesses to the record: Antonio Vatta, 56, peasant farmer; Michele Parente, 60, peasant farmer.

NOTATION on the record: 30 November 1899 Giovanni Milano married with Maria Filomena Fortunata Colucci

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Dated 11 November 1882 at 11:50 AM at the town office in Abriola
Appearing before the official was Vincenzo Colucci, son of Andrea, age 33, (can not decipher occupation yet), residing in Abriola;
to declare that at 12:20 PM on the 9th of the current month at the place at Via Porta Mascata #4; to Giuseppina Barbati, his wife, daughter of deceased Andrea, 30 year old seamstress living with him, was born a female child who he presented to the official and to whom was given the name MARIA FILOMENA FORTUNATA 
Witness to the recording of the birth: Saverio Verga, son of deceased Natale, age 55, Pharmacist; and Pasquale Laurra, son of Raffaele, age 53, landowner.
Only the witnesses signed with the official because the others were illiterate.

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Cristofaro Palmieri AND Maria Oddo marriage 1886

Nov 28, 1886 at 5 P.M. in Alimena
Groom: Cristofaro Palmieri, never before married, age 21, carpenter, son of deceased Mariano Palmieri and living Carmela Lo Vetere.
Bride: Maria Oddo, never before married, 18, housewife, daughter of Cherubino Oddo and Giuseppa Guastaferro.
The couple presented documents which were examined by the town official, including the act of the request of the publications which had resulted in there being no impediments to the marriage. The first publication was dated on Oct 24th and the second on the 31st. Also the consents of the mother of the groom and of the parents of the bride had resulted in the act of the publications. 
After each of the spouses were asked if they took the other, according to the terms of the law, the town official pronounced that they were man and wife. Witnesses were Rosario Arata, age 32, and Seminara Lino, age 27. 
The document was signed by the groom, the two witnesses, and the town official. The others were illiterate and did not sign.

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Vincenzo Colucci Death 1897

The deceased is Vincenzo Colucci, son of the late Andrea and the living Fortunata Maffucci, husband of Giuseppa barbato daughter of the late Andrea. Vincenzo died Feb 1 1897, aged 48

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Giovanni Antonio Milano AND Maria Filomena Fortunata Colucci Wed 1899

Marriage date: November 30th, 1899 at 10:40 am
Groom: Giovanni Antonio Milano, 22 years, shoemaker, born and residing in Marsico, son of Michele and Mariantonia Conte, housewife.
Bride: Maria Filomena Fortunata Colucci, 17 years, seamstress, born in Abriola, residing in Marsico, daughter of the deceased Vincenzo and of Giuseppina Barbati, housewife, .
Parents residing in Marsico.
Antonio Petrillo son of deceased Salvatore, 66 years, peasant;
Antonio Tanara son of deceased Carmine, 70 yeras, pasta maker
Groom's father and bride's mother gave their consent for the marriage; groom's mother refused it.
Only the groom signed the act, as all the others were illiterate

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Michelina Augstalia MILANO BIRTH 1901

Dated Aug 28, 1901 at 10:05 a.m. in the town hall of Marsico

Appearing was Giovanni Antonio Milano, son of Michele, age 24, shoemaker in Marsico. He reported that, at 3 P.M. on the 27th, in the house at #44 via Capano, a female infant was born to his wife Maria Filomena Fortunata Colucci, the daughter of deceased Vincenzo, a housewife. She was age 19, his legitimate wife, and living with him. The female infant was being given the name Michelina Augstalia. Witnesses to the declaration and presentation were Orazio Lauria, the son of deceased Augustale, age 66, a peasant/farmer, and Luigi Pitella, 35, the son of deceased Antonio, also a peasant/farmer. Both were residents in the town. The informant (Milano) and the town official signed the document below. The others were illiterate and did not know how to sign.