Follow the attached image i dont know if the word "Calgolajo" its a name or surname, and both do not exist.
Below is "Camei, Fortunata" its OK, Benedetto too. But "Calgolajo"...can someone help me?
Its italian name.
It's always better to give us the link to the batch instead of a small clip, please.
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I believe the word is calzalajo, meaning shoemaker.
The name is Attilio Iocchi
Here is the full content: https://antenati.cultura.gov.it/ark:/12657/an_ud19674645/
This looks like a marriage or death record. In Italian records, it is understood that the child shares the surname of the father, so if a child's surname listed (e.g. as the bride/groom in a marriage record), then the father's surname will not generally be listed as it is understood it will be the same as the child's. The same is true on a death record.
Also, the word here is "calzolaio". The letter that looks like a "j" is called the "long i" in Italian orthography and is found in older records in certain vowel combinations, especially when the i is sandwiched between two other vowels. So you see "calzolajo" but it's actually calzolaio.
thank you my friend
Thanks, but in that case is a surname or the ocupation?
Occupation. The surname would be Iocchi, same as the child.
Attilio's birth is listed in the 1879 index:
But unfortunately the book with this birth record (n. 1-597, Vol. 1, Parte 1, Serie C) is not available online.
In this case i need to contact the church for the full record?
These are civil records, you would have to contact the City of Rome Stato Civile to request the record: