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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
38755 Tombstone

3/25/2015 5:33 PM Need translation of family headstone View the post with its 2 responses
38756 Tombstone

3/25/2015 5:33 PM translation of family headstone View the post with its 2 responses
38757 Translation - German

3/25/2015 5:33 PM This is a letter of work reference for my grandfather, who was an engraver in Poland, Austria, Egypt and Palestine, before leaving with his new wife to USA in 1928.

These letters help me to fill in his early life before marrying my grandmother.

I really appreciate your help.

Thanks,

Alex Cheimets
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38758 Translation - Hebrew

3/25/2015 5:33 PM This is a snapshot of Shoshana, my mother's 1st cousin.
She was born in Palestine in 1930.

Thank you for helping me decipher this photo.

Alex Cheimets
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38759 Translation - Hebrew

3/25/2015 5:33 PM This is a photo of my mother's 1st cousin Schmul likely sending his snapshot to his uncle and aunt in the US.
I'm hoping to get a translation of this photo.

Thanks for the help.

Alex Cheimets
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38760 Translation - Russian

3/25/2015 5:33 PM I believe this is a record of the marriage of my great grandparents. I would like a full translation if possible. If that is not possible, then all names, relationships, places, and dates. Thank you in advance. View the post, there are no responses
38750 Translation - Yiddish

3/25/2015 5:32 PM Please, please may I have a Yiddish or Hebrew translation? This is a picture of a male and female in marriage outfits; both ages 20-30 most likely.

Thank you very much!
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38754 Tombstone

3/25/2015 5:32 PM Family name near relatives in same graveyard, seek translation View the post with its 2 responses
38694 Translation - Russian

3/25/2015 5:32 PM #84. Full translation, please, if possible. Most important are all names, dates, locations, occupations, family members. Thank you! View the post, there are no responses
38671 Translation - Russian

3/25/2015 5:31 PM I hope this is the birth record of Lejbus GORECKI, born in Markuszow, Poland, 1890. I do not know the identity of his parents and would like as much genealogical information as possible.

Ideally, please translate the record completely.

Thank you!
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38677 Translation - Polish

3/25/2015 5:31 PM I hope this is the birth record of Szajndla GORECKI. I do not know who her parents are. Please translate it completely including names of witnesses.

Thank you!
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38678 Translation - Yiddish

3/25/2015 5:31 PM I would be most thankful for a translation of this photo from Yiddish or Hebrew to English.

Photo of family at special event sitting around a table.
Thank you very kindly.
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38679 Translation - Yiddish

3/25/2015 5:31 PM I would be most thankful for a translation of this photo from Yiddish or Hebrew to English.

Photo of wedding couple. Small child in corner.
Thank you very kindly.
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38661 Do you recognize?

3/25/2015 5:30 PM My paternal grandfather's family lived in Gilserberg, Germany. By 1930 or so, most had left for places like Gelsenkirchen.

The notation on the backside of this photograph reads in part "Familie Isenberg" but doesn't specifically identify the names of the wedding party or place. It is a beautiful picture and I would love to learn more. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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38634 Translation - Russian

3/25/2015 5:30 PM I believe this is the birth of another Manasz GORECKI (3rd generation with that given name!) born in Markuszow. In this case, his parents' names are unknown.

Please translate it completely.
Thank you!
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38636 Translation - Polish

3/25/2015 5:30 PM I believe this is the marriage record between Aydla WAINTROP and Manas GORECKI in 1833. If so, please translate it completely.

Thank you!
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38632 Translation - Russian

3/25/2015 5:29 PM I believe that this is the birth record for Manasze GORECKI whose parents are Abram Icek and Ruchla Chinda. Please translate it as completely as possible. View the post, there are no responses
38558 Translation - Russian

3/25/2015 5:29 PM Full translation please View the post, there are no responses
38559 Translation - Russian

3/25/2015 5:29 PM Full translation please View the post, there are no responses
38601 Translation - Polish

3/25/2015 5:29 PM I think this is the marriage record I was looking for, but the index only listed the patronymic so I am a little confused. Nonetheless, please let me know as much as it says. View the post, there are no responses
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