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23946 Translation - Russian

8/5/2012 4:14 PM I am submitting (separately) the 5 birth registrations of my grandfather's siblings.

This is the 1st one, and I was able to read the father's and child's name. However, I need help to get their mother's name, address, occupation, and the date of birth of each sibling.

Thanks in advance.
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23947 Translation - Russian

8/5/2012 4:14 PM I am submitting (separately) the 5 birth registrations of my grandfather's siblings.

This is the 2nd one, and I was able to read the father's and child's name. However, I need help to get their mother's name, address, occupation, and the date of birth of each sibling.

Thanks in advance.
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23948 Translation - Russian

8/5/2012 4:14 PM I am submitting (separately) the 5 birth registrations of my grandfather's siblings.

This is the 3rd one, and I was able to read the father's and child's name. However, I need help to get their mother's name, address, occupation, and the date of birth of each sibling.

Thanks in advance.
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23949 Translation - Russian

8/5/2012 4:14 PM I am submitting (separately) the 5 birth registrations of my grandfather's siblings.

This is the 4th one, and I was able to read the father's and child's name. However, I need help to get their mother's name, address, occupation, and the date of birth of each sibling.

Thanks in advance.
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23950 Translation - Russian

8/5/2012 4:14 PM I am submitting (separately) the 5 birth registrations of my grandfather's siblings.

This is the 5th one, and I was able to read the father's and child's name. However, I need help to get their mother's name, address, occupation, and the date of birth of each sibling.

Thanks in advance.
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23941 Translation - German

8/5/2012 4:13 PM I would like a complete translation. This is the back of a photo postcard sent to my great grand father by (I think) Wilhelm Flachser. He is in uniform. Thank you. I am grateful for any response.

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23942 Translation - German

8/5/2012 4:13 PM I would like a complete translation. This is the back of a photo postcard. The photo is of an old man who looks like a Rabbi or at least on his way to Temple. I can read a womans name on it and am confused. Thank you for any help. View the post with its 1 response
23943 Translation - German

8/5/2012 4:13 PM I would like a complete translation. This is the back of a postcaard photo sent to my grandfather or great grandfather. The photo is a man in uniform. Can you tell if the uniformed man is writting to a friend, or to his future father in-law or other. Thank you for your help. View the post with its 2 responses
23939 Translation - Russian

8/5/2012 4:13 PM Please translate all pertinent information on this birth certificate. I sincerely appreciate the help. Jack


MessyngerZyndel-birth-1882-1874504-L43.JPG
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23934 Tombstone

8/5/2012 4:12 PM A translation of the Hebrew writing on this family gravestone would be very helpful. View the post with its 1 response
23935 Translation - Polish

8/5/2012 4:12 PM I believe this is the birth certificate for Dawid Messinger. I would appreciate a translation of all pertinent information please.

Thanks in advance.




MessingerDowid-birth-1886-1874504-L11.JPG
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23936 Translation - Russian

8/5/2012 4:12 PM This is a birth certificate. I would sincerely appreciate the translation of all pertinent information.

Thanks in advance. Jack

MessingerGitla-birth-1877-1874504-L24.JPG
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23937 Translation - Polish

8/5/2012 4:12 PM I believe this is a birth certificate. Please translate all pertinent information. I sincerely appreciate the help.


MessingerSzloma-birth-1866-904319-L41.jpg
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23938 Translation - Russian

8/5/2012 4:12 PM I believe this is a death certificate. Please translate all pertinent information.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Jack

MessyngierSzlojma-death-1877-1874504-L38.JPG
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23926 Translation - Other

8/5/2012 4:11 PM I know it sounds funny,but I want translation from English to English.
It's hard for me to read this document.
I want translation of line 18.
I want to know which realtive did he write and the details which were written about him.
Thank you very much from advance!
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23927 Photo Identification

8/5/2012 4:11 PM I would like to know if this decanter came with my grandmother from Ukraine. View the post with its 5 responses
23929 Tombstone

8/5/2012 4:11 PM Requesting translation of Hebrew inscription on tombstone. Thank you. View the post with its 3 responses
23930 Tombstone

8/5/2012 4:11 PM Requesting translation of Hebrew inscription on tombstone. Thank you. View the post with its 2 responses
23931 Sharing Document

8/5/2012 4:11 PM My Grandmother Sophie Glaser-Krevshanko-Shienbloom is seated on the left but I have no idea who all the other women are... I know my Grandmother had several sisters when in Russia but I do not know if any of these woman are relatives or not... Does anyone know who anyone in this photo is??? For many years now I have tried to find any of my Grandmothers family and have given up more times then I can recall but something is still driving me I guess to find some as I told her when I grew up I would find them for her and failed so far... Her maiden name was Glaser, she married Abraham Krevshanko who changed their name to Shienbloom when they came here to America... View the post with its 2 responses
23922 Translation - German

8/5/2012 4:10 PM Could someone translate word to word this second letter of Aron Nachtigall written to his family from Dachau in 1938. There are two pages. It's the first one. His wife Fanny, his children Gertrud (trudi), walter and Salo. his parents Fischel and Ruchel. His brothers and sisters Gustav, Selma and Moses.

thanks
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