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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
12684 Translation - Hebrew

5/6/2009 I am seeking help in translating this document. It appears portions may be in Hebrew and possibly in Yiddish. View the post with its 6 responses
4971 Translation - Polish

5/6/2009 Polish Death Document View the post, there are no responses
12674 Translation - Russian

5/3/2009 Hi, I would like very much to translate my great grandparents' marriage certificate. It took almost an entire year to arrive, Unfortunately, my Russian is very rusty, so I am unable to do it myself. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. I am only looking to know their parents names, their professions and where they might have lived... I don't need to know the names of the witnesses unless they happen to be related. Thank you kindly, Zev View the post, there are no responses
12677 Tombstone

5/3/2009 Could yopu please assist with a hebrew translation to english.

Many thanks
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12678 Tombstone

5/3/2009 Could yopu please assist with a hebrew translation to english.

Many thanks
View the post with its 10 responses
12663 Translation - Polish

5/3/2009 All names and relations between them View the post with its 1 response
12664 Translation - German

5/3/2009 Page 1/2 from a document photocopy from the Leipzig Stadtarchiv regarding my great-aunt Ernestina BECKER. All details will be welcomed.
Many thanks,
Tamar
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12665 Translation - German

5/3/2009 Page 2/2 from a document photocopy from the Leipzig Stadtarchiv regarding my great-aunt Ernestina BECKER. All details will be welcomed.
Many thanks,
Tamar
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12666 Tombstone

5/3/2009 i would like atranslation of the tombstoneof George and Eva Harris. Eva is George's daughter. I am more interested in what it says on his part of the tombstone, but would also like hers tranlated into english. I am not sure of the language, but assume it is either Yiddish or hebrew. So, if you can help it is much appreciated. View the post with its 16 responses
12667 Tombstone

5/3/2009 i would like whats written on his tombstone above his name translated into english. I am not sure if it is Yiddish or hebrew. if you can help that would be great View the post with its 21 responses
12668 Tombstone

5/3/2009 I would like whats written above her name translated into english please. I am not sure if its in Yiddish or hebrew. View the post with its 23 responses
12669 Translation - Russian

5/3/2009 This is written on the back of a picture of an older couple taken in front of a large building in Russia. I need a translation of the words. View the post with its 8 responses
12670 Translation - Russian

5/3/2009 Need translation from Russian to English. Written on back of photo of young man. View the post with its 6 responses
12671 Translation - Russian

5/3/2009 Need translation from Russian to English. Message is found on the back of a photograph of three young adult men. View the post with its 1 response
12544 Translation - Yiddish

5/3/2009 This is the back of a family photo, but we are really not sure of what this says. View the post with its 3 responses
12494 Do you recognize?

5/3/2009 His name is Mattus (Motis or Matias) Josowicz (he signed like this in one photo). He lived in Brazil (maybe San Pablo) and then Uruguay (maybe Montevideo). I am searching for his descendents.
Thank you.

Su nombre es Mattus (Motis o Matias) Josowicz (El firmó asi en una foto). Vivió en Brasil (posiblemente en San Pablo) y luego en Uruguay (posiblemente Montevideo, de donde es esta foto). Estoy buscando sus descendientes.
Gracias
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12576 Translation - Russian

4/29/2009 Russian -- translation please View the post with its 5 responses
12574 Translation - Russian

4/29/2009 Passport Part One Translation please View the post with its 5 responses
12614 Translation - Hebrew

4/29/2009 Particularly interested in the hebrew and secular names of the bride and her father, but all other information would also be very helpful. Thanks View the post with its 7 responses
12616 Interpretation

4/29/2009 Help reading tombstone. Tombstone was very faded. By varying the exposure and colors, I was able to make out the writing on two tombstones next to this one, but I can't read the letters on this one. I thought someone else might have an idea. Name might be variations of names: Sondra, Roberta, Marcus or Swoff? Or something else entirely. Thanks View the post with its 2 responses
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