I often find l.l written after the date of birth of the child. What does l.l mean?
I also often find e.l written after the mother's name. What does e.l mean? I have attached a sample image below.
If the records are Roman Catholic, could the abbreviations be some sort of Latin abbreviations? I have a note that the abbreviation "L. C." stands for loco citato = in the place cited.
On this list https://www.familysearch.org/en/wiki/Latin_Genealogical_Word_List e means out of, from
Could e l mean something like "from the [same] place"?
This is a guess, not actual knowledge.
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