Note: This was actually one part of a long list of Acts, so
I have included 2 parts: the beginning of the article, which identifies the
story, and the portion that includes the personal name.
Also, you'll see that the name BURGIA is very difficult to
decipher. I thought at first that it was BURGIN. However, a comparison of the
last letter of the name (A versus N) with the better-quality word
"and," makes me think that perhaps BURGIA is meant to end with an
"A", rather than as BURGIN, with an "N." See
this page with the comparison.