Our Lady of Vilna RCC 1912-04-15 Marriage Record (in Latin)
Refer to the image below, which is an image of the third entry on register page 71 of the 1909-1915 marriage register of Our Lady of Vilna (Lithuanian) RC Parish in Chicago. The format of this entry is typical of other entries in this marriage register.
15 April 1912 Entry in Our Lady of Vilna RCC Marriage Register (in Latin)
(Ref: Website FamilySearch.org; Illinois, Chicago, Catholic Church Records, 1833-1925; Our Lady of Vilna Parish (Chicago: 23rd St);
Marriages 1909-1915 with index; Image 97 of 186; third entry on register page 71)
MY TRANSCRIPTION OF THE RECORD (in Latin, with Latinized names):
Column 1 (Nomen Familiae): Normantas Jul.
Column 2 (A.D. Die Mensis): 1912; 15 April.
Column 3 (Registrum Matrimoniorum): Ego infrascriptus præ missis II denuntiationibus et mutuo contrahentium consensu habito, per verba de præsenti matrimonio conjunxi Julianum Normantas ex loco Lituania Filium Joannus & Paulinæ Gudavytius
et Hedvigam Antonavytius ex loco eodem Filiam Vincentis & Anastasiæ Krikstsionis.
Præsentibus testibus Josepho Kirel(is?); Stan. Antonaitis.
MY TRANSLATION OF THE RECORD (translated from Latin into English, except names translated into Lithuanian):
Column 1 (Family Name): Normantas Jul.
Column 2 (Year of the Lord Date and Month): 1912; 15 April.
Column 3 (Marriage Register): I, the undersigned, after making 2 formal announcements (wedding banns) and prior stated mutual consent to enter into and live in marriage, joined in matrimony Julijonas Normantas from Lithuania, the son of Jonas and of Paulina Gudavičius;
and Jadvyga Antanavičius from
Witnesses Juozapas Kirel(is?); Stan.[islovas] Antanaitis.
MY SUMMARY OF THE RECORD (translated from Latin into English, except names translated into Lithuanian):
Julijonas Normantas from Lithuania, the son of Jonas and of Paulina Gudavičius; and Jadvyga Antanavičius from Lithuania, the daughter of Vincentas and of Anastazija Krikščionis [Krikščiūnas]; were married on April 15, 1912 at Our Lady of Vilna Church, Chicago. The witnesses were Juozapas Kirelis and Stanislovas Antanaitis. The priest was Kazimieras Ambrozaitis, Rector.