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For the year 1914 in my great-grandfathers Civil Guard records there are five entries.

Here is the fourth note: enter image description here This is the transcribed text I have so far:

1914: Con el no 44.130 le ha sido admitido por la Ordinen xxx el Compromiso que contrajo, a acreditándole en el estado del 3º xxx 125 pesetas de cuela de entra xxx y 350 pesetas por la final del anterior.

El Comandante Mayor


Translation

This is the translation so far:

With the number 44130 has been admitted by the Military Administration for the commitment he made, crediting him in the 3rd quarter statement with 125 pesetas for the entry fee and 350 pesetas for the end of the previous quarter.

The Major Commander

I am not sure where this number 44130 has come from as it differs to the previous solidier number 19647 in the notes. Any ideas?


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My guess:

Con el no 44.130 le ha sido admitido por la Admon. Mtar. (Administración Militar) el compromiso que contrajo, acreditándole en el estado del 3er trimestre 125 pesetas de cuota de entrada y 350 pesetas por la final del anterior.

El Comandante Mayor

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  • Thanks for your translation. I have updated my question with an instal translation based on your answer. Aug 16, 2021 at 14:07

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