RE: [S-R] items on films... opinions needed
- exc or excepit indicate an excerpt was made on those dates.
From: mpetzolt2@... [mailto:mpetzolt2@...]
Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2002 5:23 PM
Subject: [S-R] items on films... opinions needed
I am now working with RCatholic records from Barjedov and Presov in the
late 1700/early 1800 time frame. I have a few questions I hope someone
can help with......
1. I am looking for the birth of Maria Vindegg c. 1814. I did not know
her parents names etc. I found two entries, either of which could be her
(I will order the death film and see if one of these children died
young), but both have notations that I had not seen on the other films I
Here are the entries
18 Mar 1814
parents. Joanas Vindek (Luca written inbetween his first and last name
and Dorothea Knoll. Patrini (sponsors Joan. Kitsnsely (?) and Clara
Hulinger. Cond. Nobilis
Then below her name is written
94 J VII/25
* there is no cross to indicate this is a death date
14 Mar 1816
parents Joana (Lucada_ written above his name) Vindek, and Dorothea
Knoll. Same sponsors, Cond. Nobilis
Then again in the square of the child's name is written
Exc. 1939 I(Roman numeral 1)/i.
under that is 1940 I(Roman numeral 1)/26
She couldn't have died twice, are these the death dates for parents? I
doubt it as they would have lived too long.....
I also see in the Presov records notations below in the box of the
child's name something like this one..
for 10 Feb 1839 birth of Ferdinand Valentinus Stephanus son of Joa.
Richnovsky and Rosalia Ringer, it is noted excepit. 1871 25/10
What does exc. or excepit mean? I take it those are death dates, but
what about when two dates are written as above for the 2nd Maria?
Thanks in advance,
Maura Petzolt mpetzolt2@...
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