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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
20456 Translation - Polish

10/12/2011 4:23 PM I would like to know what this record says. View the post with its 1 response
20452 Translation - Polish

10/12/2011 4:22 PM Name of Bride and Groom.
Ages of Bride and Groom.
Occupation of Groom. Singe, widowed?
Names of Groom's parents. Town they came from.
Groom's mother's maiden name
Names of Bride's parents. Mother's maiden name
Town bride's parents came from.

Other pertinent information appreciated.
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20453 Translation - Polish

10/12/2011 4:22 PM See part 1 information.

Thank you
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20448 Translation - Yiddish

10/12/2011 4:21 PM this is the second page of the May, 1948 letter handwritten by my great-grandfather's nephew, Leib Nussbaum. I, again, would appreciate help with translation.

Also, does it appear that the name 'Brief" is in this letter? Can someone tell me what names and what relations they appear to be?
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20449 Translation - Hungarian

10/12/2011 4:21 PM This is an image of a family member from my wife's family who at the time was living in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. I would like to have the text translated. Thanks! View the post with its 2 responses
20450 Translation - Hungarian

10/12/2011 4:21 PM This is an image of a family member from my wife's family who at the time was living in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. I would like to have the text translated. Thanks! View the post with its 1 response
20451 Translation - Hungarian

10/12/2011 4:21 PM This is an image of a family member from my wife's family who at the time was living in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. I would like to have the text translated. Thanks! View the post with its 1 response
20446 Tombstone

10/12/2011 4:20 PM Please provide translation of the Tombstone. Thanks in advance. View the post with its 3 responses
20447 Translation - Yiddish

10/12/2011 4:20 PM This is a second letter by my great-grandfather's nephew- this time handwritten. Would so appreciate help with translation. People have been so kind about this. I am enormously grateful! View the post with its 2 responses
20443 Tombstone

10/12/2011 4:19 PM Please provide translation of the Tombstone. Thanks in advance. View the post with its 4 responses
20444 Tombstone

10/12/2011 4:19 PM Please provide translation of the Tombstone. Thanks in advance. View the post with its 3 responses
20445 Tombstone

10/12/2011 4:19 PM Please provide translation of the Tombstone. Thanks in advance. View the post with its 3 responses
20434 Translation - Russian

10/12/2011 4:18 PM Date and place of death, age of decedent, names of parents and survivors if available. Many thanks!
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20442 Tombstone

10/12/2011 4:18 PM Please provide translation of the Tombstone. Thanks in advance. View the post with its 4 responses
20431 Translation - Polish

10/12/2011 4:17 PM Date and place of birth, names, ages and occupations of parents. Thanks! View the post with its 1 response
20433 Translation - Polish

10/12/2011 4:17 PM Date and place of death, age of decedent, names of parents and survivors if available. Many thanks!
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20397 Translation - Russian

10/12/2011 4:17 PM Hello

I'd like to know main facts, including witnesses as it can be sometimes useful.

Thanks a lot.
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20349 Translation - Polish

10/12/2011 4:15 PM I would like a full translation of this marriage record. View the post, there are no responses
16411 Do you recognize?

10/12/2011 4:15 PM Joseph S. Cohen and sister Annie Cohen-Calmenson.

Joe and first wife Seril Dubiver had five children (Max, Harry, Si, Julius, Benjamin) in St Paul, and moved to Oregon and Washington. Seril is daughter of David Dubiver Sr and his first wife Faiga Miriam Zuckerkandl. Joe and second wife Annie (seeking last name) had two children, Fanny Cohen-Labby, Abe Cohen-Bobair, and lived in The Dalles and Portland Oregon, and Los Angeles, CA.

Annie married Cain Calmenson 3/26/1884 in St Paul, Minn, their son Jesse B. Calmenson (1892-1952) is son of Moses Calmenson. Jesse married Bertha Sloan in 1918; they had one daughter Betty Anne.

Seeking photos, verification documentation, family contact information, specialy identity of Joe and Annies folks and grandfolks, possible names Gedalia/Lipman/Hirsch/Bobaire.

CONTACT - Marc Cohen, Lake Oswego, Oregon 503-747-0828 marc.cohen@comcast.net
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16412 Do you recognize?

10/12/2011 4:15 PM Joseph Cohen and first wife Seril Dubiver and five children (Max, Harry, Si, Julius, Benjamin) in St Paul, moved to Oregon and Washington. Seril is daughter of David Dubiver Sr and his first wife Faiga Miriam Zuckerkandl. Joe and second wife Annie (seeking last name) had two children, Fanny Cohen-Labby, Abe Cohen-Bobair, and lived in The Dalles and Portland Oregon, and Los Angeles, CA.

Joes sister Annie Cohen married Cain Calmenson 3/26/1884 in St Paul, Minn, their son Jesse B. Calmenson (1892-1952) is son of Moses Calmenson. Jesse married Bertha Sloan in 1918; they had one daughter Betty Anne.

Seeking photos, verification documentation, family contact information, specialy identity of Joe and Annies folks and grandfolks, possible names Gedalia/Lipman/Hirsch/Bobaire.

CONTACT - Marc Cohen, Lake Oswego, Oregon marc.cohen@comcast.net
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