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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 12/9/2012 4:06 PM
Family Surname: Cykiert-Sztajn
Country: Poland
Town: Gora Kalwaria
Date of Image: Feb 13, 1855
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This is the Feb 13, 1855 Gora Kalwaria marriage record of Mosiek Cykiert age 18 (son of Josek and Sura nee Rubinsztejn) to Sura Sztajn. I am looking to see if I can find any connection between this Cykert family and my Warszaw Cukiert family. I would like to know if there is any additional information on the groom's side, such as the groom's father Josek's parents, etc.
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12/14/2012 8:58 AM All that took place in the Town of Gora on the thirteenth of February eighteen hundred fifty-five at nine o’clock in the morning. An Orthodox Jew Jankiel Blass, the District Rabbi for the Synagogue District Gora, residing in the Town of Gora, showed up in person in the presence of witnesses, namely Ejzyk Nejman, aged forty-seven, his occupation being szkolnik and Boruch Zyngier, aged fifty-one, his occupation being shochet, both residing in the Town of Gora and declared that the religious marriage had been entered into on the day before at five o’clock in the afternoon by Mosiek Cykiert, the bachelor aged eighteen, residing in the Town of Gora, the son of Josek Cykiert and Sura Cykiert, her maiden surname being Rubinsztejn, being supported by his parents and the maiden Gitla Sztajn, aged seventeen, residing in the Town of Gora, being supported by her father, the grain trader, daughter of Majer Sztajn and Raska Sztajn, the daughter of Berek. The marriage was preceded by a triple calling of banns in the synagogue in the Town of Gora, i.e. on the twenty-third and on the thirtieth of December of the past year, the eighteen hundred fifty-four as well as on the sixth of January of the current year. No obstacles to contracting a valid marriage occurred. At last the newly married declared they had not signed any premarital agreement. The above certificate was read and signed by the appeared as well as by ourselves.
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