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Agrigento Birth Records

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Re: Agrigento Birth Records

Posted: 11 Feb 2011 8:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Yes...the date at the beginning of the record is the date the birth was recorded. The actual date of birth and time is mentioned later on in the record. In this particular case, the date at the top is the same as the second date. It states "ventidue" of the current month. Sometimes you will see it say "ieri" (yesterday). A very helpful book is "A Genealogists Guide to Discovering Your Italian Ancestors" by Lynn Nelson. It covers all the types of records and has the translations, plus much more.
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GerryMcGuire3... 8 Feb 2011 12:18AM GMT 
Spadaro83 12 Feb 2011 3:39AM GMT 
GerryMcGuire3... 12 Feb 2011 7:38AM GMT 
ShirleyGulott... 3 Mar 2011 12:33AM GMT 
GerryMcGuire3... 3 Mar 2011 4:29AM GMT 
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