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Category: Translation - Russian
Approval Date: 2/10/2013 4:40 PM
Family Surname: Rzeszkowski, Sierpinski
Country: Poland
Town: Aleksandrow Lodzki
Date of Image: 1844
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I would like a direct translation of this marriage record for Haia Rzeszkowski and Mosiek Sierpinski (although even a loose translation would be much appreciated). Thank you!

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2/12/2013 6:31 AM Marr. 7 reg. in Aleksandrow April 19, 1844 of Mosiek SIERPINSKI, tailor from Giwertow? Wola, 21, son of Josek and Szeywa to Haia RZESZKOWSKI, from Ozerkowic, 19, dau. of Szlama and Mirla
2/13/2013 10:57 PM corrections:
Giwertow? = Giewartowska Wola
Ozerkowic = Ozorków
1/2/2014 8:31 AM The Town of Aleksandrow. It came to pass in Aleksandrow on the nineteenth day of the month of April in the year of one thousand eight hundred and forty-four at the hour of ten in the morning. Before me, a Civil Registrar, personally appeared Orthodox Jew Henoch Lewin, the local Rabbi, together with

Orthodox Jew Mosiek Sierpinski, a tailor residing in our town, the bachelor twenty-one years of age, born in Giewartowska Wola to his parents Josek and Szyma, the Sierpinskis, a married couple still alive and residing in Aleksandrow,

and Haia Rzeszkowski, the maiden nineteen years of age, born and residing in the Town of Ozorkow to her parents Szlama and Mirla, the Rzeszkowskis, a married couple not alive anymore,

in the presence of two witnesses, namely Orthodox Jews Hersz Rybinski, a day labourer ninety years of age, and Eliasz Miller, an assistant szkolnik thirty years of age, both of them residing there in Aleksandrow,

and declared that the religious marriage had been entered into before him the day before in the evening by Mosiek Sierpniski and Haia Rzeszkowski following triple proclamation of banns in Aleksandrow Parish, namely on the second, the ninth and the sixteenth day of April and the ones held in Ozorkow Parish on the thirtieth day of March as well as the sixth and the thirteenth day of April of the current year and verbal consent to this marriage granted by the parents of the bachelor, both of them present there, and no marriage impeding had occurred, in addition to which the newlyweds declared they had not signed any premarital agreement between each other, after which the actual certificate was read aloud to the appeared and subsequently signed by the Rabbi, the bachelor and the witnesses, whereas the other persons appeared declared they did not know how to write.
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