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15723 Translation - German

7/4/2010 6:19 PM What is written in this document? Please translate from German to English, if possible.

Thanks
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15725 Translation - German

7/4/2010 6:19 PM This is page two of a letter written by Lina Straus, wife of Nathan, to her cousin Luise. I am interested in its content. View the post with its 1 response
15657 Translation - Polish

7/4/2010 6:18 PM Request translation of this document View the post with its 1 response
15754 Do you recognize?

7/4/2010 6:18 PM Trying to identify these people. My father, Nathan 'Natan' Werner is in the top right position. On the reverse side of this photo the pencil descriptions are barely readable, but the names of some others in this photo may be: Schaffer, Benson, Eldel and other unreadable. View the post with its 1 response
15755 Do you recognize?

7/4/2010 6:18 PM Do you recognize any of these people? I believe thi is a Zionist Youth Group in Sniatyn. The sign reads “For eternal memory on the occasion of the aliyah of the traditional group the ‘Over Group’ to the land of Israel. Choldah Hochman. My father Nathan 'Natan' Werner is sitting in the front row right side. On the reverse side of this photo is the photographer’s stamp – L. Schmitzler. View the post, there are no responses
15756 Do you recognize?

7/4/2010 6:18 PM Do you recognize these people? Leipheim, approximately 1946-1948, Nathan Werner (far right) with unknown persons. View the post, there are no responses
15534 Translation - Russian

7/4/2010 6:17 PM Please translate as much as possible. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
14870 Tombstone

7/4/2010 6:16 PM Translation of name, name of father, husband etc and date of birth and death View the post with its 1 response
15788 Do you recognize?

7/4/2010 6:15 PM Does anyone recognize people in this photo? I'm searching for connections and relatives of any of the persons in this image. View the post with its 3 responses
15789 Do you recognize?

7/4/2010 6:15 PM On the right side is Oscar KOHAN. Does anyone familiar with his family or recognize other persons in his photo? View the post with its 1 response
15790 Do you recognize?

7/4/2010 6:15 PM Does anyone recognize people in this photo? I'm searching for connections and relatives of any of the persons in this image. View the post with its 1 response
6295 Translation - Yiddish

7/4/2010 6:13 PM Page 2 of 2: Letter about or from my great grandfather's brother -- Samuel M. Holland -- who moved to Israel and died there. View the post with its 1 response
6296 Translation - Yiddish

7/4/2010 6:13 PM Page 1 of 2: Letter about or from my great grandfather's brother -- Samuel M. Holland -- who moved to Israel and died there. View the post, there are no responses
15739 Interpretation

7/4/2010 9:46 AM This is the place on the ship manifest where the person lists the friend or family they are going to meet. The manifest is of The Rhein, arriving New York on 26 Aug 1913 from Bremen (T715, roll 2160, volume 4904, Frame 246 left side, 245 right side, line 19).

Can anyone figure out what street that is in Brooklyn, or the name of the "broth."? that this passenger, my grandfather Itzke Ruthewicz, is going to see? Thanks
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15837 Translation - Polish

6/30/2010 6:24 PM Translation into English of comments in this
Birth Certificate of Chaim son of Benzion Schorr
and Beila Mischel.
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15838 Translation - Polish

6/30/2010 6:24 PM Death Certificate of Chaim, few months old.
Please translate
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15840 Translation - Polish

6/30/2010 6:24 PM Death Certificate of Chaim, a few months old.
Born and died in 1905. He was my father's brother.
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15830 Translation - Russian

6/30/2010 6:24 PM Please translate into English View the post with its 1 response
15831 Translation - Russian

6/30/2010 6:24 PM Part 1 of marriage record--
I am looking for a complete translation
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15828 Translation - Russian

6/30/2010 6:23 PM First of five submissions
Marriage record of my great grandparents (Yitzhok Pedro and Miriam Fridman)
Would like complete translation to English
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