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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
21822 Translation - Polish

2/29/2012 4:04 PM I believe that this is the marriage record for Bencion Baranek and Ruchla Dobra Rubinsztajn. Please translate any names, dates and places. Thank you very much! View the post, there are no responses
21819 Translation - Polish

2/29/2012 4:03 PM I believe that this is the death record for my gggg grandfather Lewek Baranek. Please translate any names, dates and places. Thanks! View the post with its 1 response
21704 Translation - Russian

2/29/2012 4:03 PM These two young women wrote a loving message to Chava Spiwak, a member of the family I'm researching. Someone suggested that this is rhymed, like a familiar poem, in Russian. Can someone please give me both a literal translation of the entire card as well as a rhyming version in English? View the post with its 2 responses
21237 Photo Identification

2/29/2012 3:58 PM Unknown research. View the post, there are no responses
21070 Translation - German

2/29/2012 3:58 PM What do the titles and column headers say? This is the right side of the second page of the previous ViewMate submission. Maybe it is more legible than the previous image. View the post with its 1 response
21789 Translation - Yiddish

2/29/2012 3:57 PM This may be the witness signatures on the marriage record of my Great Great Uncle. Please translate the Yiddish names. Thank you very much,

Irv Hecker
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2921 Translation - Yiddish

2/29/2012 3:57 PM This is an inscription from a prayer book published in 1934, which I believe could have been given to my father at his Bar Mitzvah. I don't know if it is in Yiddish or Hebrew. View the post with its 1 response
21863 Translation - Yiddish

2/26/2012 4:25 PM This is page one of a short 3-page letter that was sent in 1963 to Mrs. Rose Weisberg (my cousin's grandmother) in Pittsburgh. We believe it's from Mrs. Ida Kaplan (Rose Weisberg's cousin?) in Brooklyn.

The Kaplan / Weisberg family history is a bit of a mystery to us, so we'd love to have this translated to English.
Thanks!

Pages 2 and 3 are also posted.
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21864 Translation - Yiddish

2/26/2012 4:25 PM This is page two of a short 3-page letter that was sent in 1963 to Mrs. Rose Weisberg (my cousin's grandmother) in Pittsburgh. We believe it's from Mrs. Ida Kaplan (Rose Weisberg's cousin?) in Brooklyn.

The Kaplan / Weisberg family history is a bit of a mystery to us, so we'd love to have this translated to English.
Thanks!

Pages 1 and 3 are also posted.
View the post, there are no responses
21865 Translation - Yiddish

2/26/2012 4:25 PM This is page three of a short 3-page letter that was sent in 1963 to Mrs. Rose Weisberg (my cousin's grandmother) in Pittsburgh. We believe it's from Mrs. Ida Kaplan (Rose Weisberg's cousin?) in Brooklyn.

The Kaplan / Weisberg family history is a bit of a mystery to us, so we'd love to have this translated to English.
Thanks!

Pages 1 and 2 are also posted.
View the post, there are no responses
21859 Translation - Russian

2/26/2012 4:25 PM ZYBERT BIRTHS IN WARSAW...TRYING TO FIND LINK BETWEEN MY WARSAW ZYBERTS AND THE OTHER WARSAW ZYBERT FAMILIES. ALL OF THE DOCUMENTS I HAVE ARE WRITTEN IN WHAT APPEARS TO BE CURSIVE RUSSIAN. I CAN BARELY PICK OUT THE LAST NAMES WRITTEN IN POLISH. View the post with its 1 response
21860 Translation - Russian

2/26/2012 4:25 PM MORE ZYBERT FAMILY FOUND ON JEWISH GEN, SOME FROM WARSAW, SOME FROM LOMZA. NOT A VERY COMMON LAST NAME, ALL WERE PROBABLY RELATED AT SOME POINT. I ALSO HAVE MARRIAGE RECORDS HERE FOR TWO COUPLES. View the post with its 1 response
21861 Translation - Russian

2/26/2012 4:25 PM ZYBERT FAMILY BIRTHS AND MARRIAGES View the post with its 1 response
21852 Translation - Russian

2/26/2012 4:24 PM I would be very grateful for as full a translation as possible; every detail is important. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
21853 Translation - Russian

2/26/2012 4:24 PM I would be very grateful for as full a translation as possible; every detail is important. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
21854 Translation - Russian

2/26/2012 4:24 PM I would be very grateful for as full a translation as possible; every detail is important. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
21855 Translation - Russian

2/26/2012 4:24 PM I would be very grateful for as full a translation as possible; every detail is important. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
21856 Translation - Hebrew

2/26/2012 4:24 PM Is it possible to obtain a translation of the whole 'Shona Tovah' message, particularly the family names in the bottom left corner.
Many thanks and very much appreciated.
Jean Perkin
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21857 Translation - Russian

2/26/2012 4:24 PM Gerson/Gerszon/Gershon ZYBERT was the first son of Frajdlia Balbina Nurflusson (Nurflus) and Abram Daniel ZYBERT. I am interested in any other pertinent information that appears, regarding any of the family, other names, etc. and who the witnesses were. View the post with its 1 response
21858 Translation - Russian

2/26/2012 4:24 PM My great grandparents Frajdlia (Balbina) and Abram Daniel Zybert had five children. The first was Gerszon/Gerson/Gershon ZYBERT, born in 1888 in Warsaw. View the post with its 1 response
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