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13469 Tombstone

9/2/2009 I would like to have an accurate translation of this inscription as my Hebrew is a little rusty. Many thanks in advance.

Les
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13470 Tombstone

9/2/2009 This is the gravestone of my great-grandmother Bessie Roshansky. She was born around 1845 (I think in Russia), was the mother of four girls (Anna, Fannie, Molly and Yetta) and died in 1914 in Trenton, NJ, USA. Her grave is in a small Jewish cemetery in Trenton. I'd love to know what it says, particularly whether there is any mention of her parents' names or her maiden name (her birth name).

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13471 Tombstone

9/2/2009 This is the gravestone of my great-grandfather, Jacob Samachson. He died in 1903 at the age of 50 and is buried in the Brothers of Israel cemetery, Trenton, NJ. I would love to know what is written on the stone, particularly if there is any mention of his parents, his wife or his original name (we believe that he may have changed his name to Samachson from Bernenstein or Berenshtein).

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13473 Tombstone

9/2/2009 Tombstone inscription for Jessie (nee Benjamin) Greenberg, daughter of Morris. Request translation of the Hebrew into English. View the post with its 6 responses
13474 Tombstone

9/2/2009 Tombstone inscription for Adolph Greenberg. Request translation of the Hebrew into English. View the post with its 7 responses
13475 Tombstone

9/2/2009 Tombstone inscription for Gazella (a k a Gitel) (nee Weinstein) Greenberg. Request translation of the Hebrew into English. View the post with its 7 responses
13476 Tombstone

9/2/2009 Please confirm Jewish names and translate fathers' names in Hebrew on the cemetery monument for Harry (Hirsch Gedalje) and Rose (Ruchel) Stupp who immigrated to Philadelphia from Probuzna, Austria before 1900.
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13477 Translation - Polish

9/2/2009 My Polish is a little rusty. Can anybody provide a full translation of this 1838 marriage record for Gutman LIBKIND to Haja WALFISZ? Many thanks. View the post, there are no responses
13478 Translation - Polish

9/2/2009 My Polish is a little rusty. Can anybody provide a full translation of this 1844 birth record for Jonas LIBKIND? Many thanks. View the post, there are no responses
13479 Translation - Hebrew

9/2/2009 translation of person's first name that is in Hebrew or Yiddish. I need name for gravestone. View the post with its 5 responses
13420 Translation - Russian

9/2/2009 I believe that this the birth certificate of my maternal grandfather Zelig or Zelik Hering or Heringman whom I never met and who perished in Auschwitz. I understand that the register details are written in Russian. Your translation assistance is much appreciated. View the post with its 3 responses
13394 Translation - Polish

9/2/2009 Can someone please help and translate this? Thank you, Harold View the post with its 2 responses
13300 Do you recognize?

9/2/2009 Do you know Marcel Sarfati, survivor of Auschwitz, born in Saloniki Greece 1928, son of Rebecca (nee Hazan) and Yosef Sarfati? View the post with its 1 response
12564 Translation - Other

9/2/2009 I found this letter when I was cleaning out an elderly relative's home. David Samachson, the person to whom the Areogramme is addressed, was my grandfather. He died in 1972.

I would very much appreciate a translation of the letter.
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13389 Translation - Russian

8/30/2009 Please translate from Russian to English View the post with its 5 responses
13408 Translation - German

8/30/2009 What is it and what does it say? View the post with its 2 responses
13454 Translation - Polish

8/30/2009 I need to get this document translated. I believe it to be a record of my GGGF's birth. Please email translation to Gelerinter13@yahoo.com

Thank you.
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13455 Tombstone

8/30/2009 Hello,
Could someone pleas help me translate my relatives' headstones?
Thank you in advance,
Sofia
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13456 Tombstone

8/30/2009 Thank you View the post with its 5 responses
13457 Tombstone

8/30/2009 Thank you! View the post with its 2 responses
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