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15925 Translation - Polish

7/11/2010 4:24 PM Would appreciate all possible details of #13 Perla Gedygier 1852, where living, ages, occupations, names (mother's maiden) of parents and witnesses to establish connection of this branch of the family to my great-grandmother, Sura Gedeger of Nowe Miasto nad Pilica.
Thank you.
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15926 Translation - Polish

7/11/2010 4:24 PM Would appreciate all possible details of #34, birth of Hil Gedygier, 1861-- where living, ages, occupations, names (mother's maiden) of parents and witnesses, to establish connection of this branch of the family to my great-grandmother Sura Gedeger.
Thank you.
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15927 Translation - Polish

7/11/2010 4:24 PM Would appreciate all possible details of #6 birth of Hersz Giedygier, 1862-- ages, occupations, names (mother's maiden) where living, of parents and witnesses, to establish connection between this branch of the family to my great-grandmother Sura Gedeger.
Thank you.
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15928 Translation - Russian

7/11/2010 4:23 PM This is the only known record of any of my grandfather's siblings. He was the only survivor of the Shoah, from a family of 4 siblings. His parents also were killed. I just discovered this record on JRI-Poland and will be grateful to anyone who can help me with its translation. It is the birth record of Blima KRELL, daughter of Hanoch. Please provide any additional detail such as dates, professions, witnesses, town of origin (if it appears, maybe they were originally from outside Warsaw)etc. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
15910 Translation - German

7/11/2010 4:23 PM Translate all if possible, page 2 of 5 View the post, there are no responses
15911 Translation - German

7/11/2010 4:23 PM Translate all if possible, page 3 of 5 View the post, there are no responses
15912 Translation - German

7/11/2010 4:23 PM Translate all if possible, page 4 of 5 View the post, there are no responses
15913 Translation - German

7/11/2010 4:23 PM Translate all if possible, page 5 of 5 View the post, there are no responses
15915 Translation - Polish

7/11/2010 4:23 PM this is part of a letter from Salka Braun, wife of Szymon Braun of Lemberg/ Rio de janiero, probably written after Szymons death around 1944 in Rio. It was through the address at the bottom of the letter that I successfully found my cousins in Brazil.My grandfather was Maximilian Leon Braun, born to Betty Braun in Lvov/Lemberg according to jewishgen records. I believe her jewish name was Beile Ribah. I know little more about this branch of our family, though I may find some more clues. Perhaps this communication from Salka to Devorah Dym vel Reichler, my grandmother, may aid in my family search. thank you, steven peled View the post with its 1 response
15917 Translation - Polish

7/11/2010 4:23 PM this is a marriage document ---please translate to english View the post with its 1 response
15908 Interpretation

7/11/2010 4:22 PM This is a copy of the map of the eastern part of Lomza shown in a 1957 Yizkor book. An enlargement of the central portion of this map is posted in a companion Viewmate posting.

I would appreciate assistance in deciphering the names of the sites written in the central portion of this map. Because of distortion, some of the writing may be easier to read on this lower resolution image. I can make out talmud torah, hakhnoset orkhim, groiser bet mikdash, and possibly yeshiva but then I'm stumped.
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15909 Translation - German

7/11/2010 4:22 PM If possible to translate. I have 5 more pages View the post, there are no responses
15893 Translation - Russian

7/11/2010 4:22 PM Birth registration for Moszek Josef KAC. Need extraction of the key vital data (parents names, places, dates, etc). A full translation is not needed, but always welcomed. Thanks View the post with its 1 response
15894 Translation - Russian

7/11/2010 4:22 PM Birth registration for Perla Golda KAC. Need extraction of the key vital data (parents names, places, dates, etc). A full translation is not needed, but always welcomed. Thanks View the post with its 1 response
15892 Translation - Russian

7/11/2010 4:21 PM Birth registration for Michel KAC. Need extraction of the key vital data (parents names, places, dates, etc). A full translation is not needed, but always welcomed. Thanks View the post with its 1 response
15833 Translation - German

7/11/2010 4:21 PM This is page one. I am interested in the record for Lea. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
15834 Translation - German

7/11/2010 4:21 PM This is page 2. Interested in the text associated with Lea. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
15421 Translation - Polish

7/11/2010 4:21 PM This is an extract/copy of a KLS page for Bedzin. The 1st column at left is the place of birth, which states 'Lodz' for most rows except for the one that interests me: the 1st row (under the title), which I cannot read and in fact is supposed to provide the place of birth of my greatgrandfather! Deciphering this word is important because I couldn't find him in the metrical (birth) listings of Bendin! Thank you for any help... View the post with its 1 response
14764 Do you recognize?

7/11/2010 4:20 PM My grandmother Helene Goldstein,
born 1886 in Ruskova.Her parents were Abraham Goldstein and Rifke Hecht.
We are looking for her immigrated relatives,She had 2
brothers and many Hecht and Herskovics cousins in New York up from 1907. Who thinks, is related to her or who knows what happened to Jacob Goldstein (*1889) and Samuel Hecht's (+ 1923) children ? I have many old
addresses, gravestone photos
ect. but no contemparary descendant. The WWII cut off the relations.
Thanks, Renate
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13989 Do you recognize?

7/11/2010 4:20 PM Jeno Radi immigrated to Sydney in 1950 from Budapest. He and his wife Clara Szirmai had two daughters:Gyongyi-Georgette and Zsuzsi--Suzanna born around 1940. If you know them please let me know. View the post, there are no responses
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