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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 12/30/2012 4:13 PM
Family Surname: Zylber and Rozenbaum
Country: Poland
Town: Rychwal
Date of Image: 1839
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This is the marriage report of my grand-grand mother&father. I am looking for:
The names of the parents and previous generation. The names of the witnesses.
Report about adoption.

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1/1/2013 9:43 AM Marriage 13 registered in Rychwal Feb 27, 1839 of Srul ROZENBAUM, 19, son of Jakub and Blima to Hinda Fajgla ZYLBER, 17, daughter of Hersz and Golda
1/1/2013 1:20 PM All that took place in the Town of Rychwal on the twenty-seventh of November eighteen hundred thirty nine at two o’clock in the afternoon. An Orthodox Jew Hersz Nahman, the Rabbi residing in Konin showed up in person accompanied by Szulem Rauzenbaum, the merchant aged nineteen, residing in the Town of Poddebice, born in the Town of Poddebice to a married couple residing in the Town of Poddebice, namely to Jakub and Blima Rozenbaum, as well as by Hinde Fajgele Zylber, the maiden aged seventeen, being supported by her parents, born to a married couple, namely to Hersz and Golda Zylber, their occupation being stall keepers, residing here, and declared in the presence of Jakob Rozenbaum, the father, Szulem Rauzenbaum and Hersz Zylber, the father of Hinde Fajgele Zylber as well as in the presence of witnesses, namely Alye Szylag, the cap maker aged forty-two and Fabis Lewin, the baker aged fifty, both residing here, that the religious marriage had been entered into on that day by Szulem Rauzenbaum and Hinde Fajgele Zylber. The marriage had been preceded by a triple calling of banns in Poddebice and Rychwal, i.e. on the ninth of November, on the sixteenth of November and on the twenty-third of November of the current year and the verbal consent to marriage had been granted by Jakob Rauzenbaum and Hersz Zylber, the fathers of the newly married. No impediments to a proposed marriage had occurred. The newly married declared they had not signed any premarital agreement. At last the above certificate was read aloud to the appeared and to the witnesses and was subsequently signed by Rabbi Hersz Nahman, as well as by Hersz Zylber, Jakob Rauzenbaum and Szulem Rauzenbaum. The witnesess declared they were all illiterate.
1/2/2013 1:59 PM All that took place in the Town of Rychwal on the twenty-seventh of November eighteen hundred thirty nine at two o’clock in the afternoon. An Orthodox Jew Hersz Nahman, the Rabbi residing in Konin showed up in person accompanied by Szulem Rauzenbaum, the merchant aged nineteen, residing in the Town of Poddebice, born in the Town of Poddebice to a married couple residing in the Town of Poddebice, namely to Jakub and Blima Rauzenbaum, as well as Hinde Fajgele Zylber, the maiden aged seventeen, being supported by her parents, born to a married couple, namely to Hersz and Golda Zylber, their occupation being stall keepers, residing here, and declared in the presence of Jakob Rauzenbaum, the father, Szulem Rauzenbaum and Hersz Zylber, the father of Hinde Fajgele Zylber as well as in the presence of witnesses, namely Alye Szylag, the cap maker aged forty-two and Fabis Lewin, the baker aged fifty, both residing here, that the religious marriage had been entered into on that day by Szulem Rauzenbaum and Hinde Fajgele Zylber. The marriage had been preceded by a triple calling of banns in Poddebice and Rychwal, i.e. on the ninth of November, on the sixteenth of November and on the twenty-third of November of the current year and the verbal consent to marriage had been granted by Jakob Rauzenbaum and Hersz Zylber, the fathers of the newly married. No impediments to a proposed marriage had occurred. The newly married declared they had not signed any premarital agreement. At last the above certificate was read aloud to the appeared and to the witnesses and was subsequently signed by Rabbi Hersz Nahman, as well as by Hersz Zylber, Jakob Rauzenbaum and Szulem Rauzenbaum. The witnesess declared they were all illiterate.

NOTES: Now corrected.
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