The longer you research your Italian ancestors, the more chances you have to see peculiarities or differences within the records. Let's look at the birth record of Maria Carolina Perri.
Birth Record of Maria Carolina Perri
"Maria Carolina’s birth was reported to the Nicastro town hall on 14 October 1835 at 4:00 p.m. by her father Antonio Perri. Antonio was the son of the deceased Giuseppe [Perri], a farm laborer, and a resident on Strada Calia.
He declared that the female child he was presenting was born to his wife, Giovanna Vescio, that same day at 9:00 a.m. Giovanna was forty years old [born about 1795], resided with her husband, and was also a farm laborer.
The child was given the names Maria Carolina. The witnesses to the presentation and declaration were: Saverio di Alessio, age thirty-eight, a farm laborer, and resident of Nicastro as well as Francesco Antonio Angello, age forty-eight, a servant and resident of Nicastro. Neither the declarant nor the witnesses were literate.
[The section to record her baptismal information on the right-hand side was left blank.]"
The following record in this register also did not contain any baptismal information. Perhaps the priest at that time was not good at returning the notice of baptisms. The civil official would have given the priest two copies of a notice of birth, which included a section in which to record when the child was baptized. The priest would then fill in the appropriate information and return one copy to the town hall.
The street this family lived on was unclear in the extracted record found in Maria Carolina’s marriage supplements. It is more clearly stated in this document. Seeking the original copy of a document is always wise, as there are more chances for transcription error within any extracted copy.