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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
12412 Tombstone

3/25/2009 My poor Hebrew tells me that this is the tombstone of Salomon (the Kohane) Glueck (1746-1836), my g-g-g-g-grandfather. Did I get that right? I need a translation, or at least confirmation of name and a date. Hints of a father's name? Any gleanings much appreciated!
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12413 Translation - Yiddish

3/25/2009 I am attempting to determine the original name of this relative who was Jewish and came from Poland/Russia. He signed his name on this document using symbols. What do they represent? Also, I am trying to determine the name of the town/provence where he came from. View the post with its 1 response
12414 Do you recognize?

3/25/2009 I would like to know the town/provence where he came from. I do not think that Gersh is the correct spelling. The town was located in Poland. View the post with its 1 response
12416 Tombstone

3/25/2009 Morrie Lubin. I made a trip with my grandfather last summer to learn visit the graves of my ancestors in the US. My Hebrew is a bit rusty - could people help me with the translations? Thank you very much in advance! View the post with its 11 responses
12417 Tombstone

3/25/2009 Rose Fishman? I made a trip with my grandfather last summer to learn visit the graves of my ancestors in the US. My Hebrew is a bit rusty - could people help me with the translations? Thank you very much in advance! View the post with its 14 responses
12418 Tombstone

3/25/2009 Edward Fishman? I made a trip with my grandfather last summer to learn visit the graves of my ancestors in the US. My Hebrew is a bit rusty - could people help me with the translations? Thank you very much in advance! View the post with its 11 responses
12419 Tombstone

3/25/2009 Edward? I made a trip with my grandfather last summer to learn visit the graves of my ancestors in the US. My Hebrew is a bit rusty - could people help me with the translations? Thank you very much in advance! View the post with its 12 responses
12420 Translation - German

3/25/2009 Please could someone translate this reply from Staatsarchiv Preussischer Kulturbesitz. I wrote to them asking about my great granfdfather Tobias BROWN b.abt 1826 possibly in Koenigsberg in der Neumark. This may be a "sorry can't help you letter" but I would like it fully translated if someone was kind enough to offer.

Thanks

Stephen M Brown
Manchester UK
smbrown65@googlemail.com
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12421 Photo Identification

3/25/2009 Do you recognize the people on this photo? View the post, there are no responses
12422 Photo Identification

3/25/2009 Do you recognize the woman to rigth. View the post, there are no responses
12423 Photo Identification

3/25/2009 Do you recognize the man to the rigth? View the post, there are no responses
12424 Do you recognize?

3/25/2009 Do you recognize the woman to the rigth? View the post, there are no responses
12401 Translation - Russian

3/25/2009 Please help me translating this document - my main interest is learning the dates and names of any descendant/ancestor of the deceased Malka Dwojra Szczuciner z"l. Please indicate also if there is a mention to a husband.

Thanks in advance.
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12386 Translation - Russian

3/25/2009 Page 1 out of 2
Presumably marriage registration of WAGNER Szaia-Nuta and FUKS Cyrla from 1873 in Bilgoraj.
I'd appreciate any further details such as dates and parents' names, ages, occupations and addresses. Witnesses are less relevant.
Higher resolution images available.
Thanks in advance,
Tamar Amit
ISRAEL
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12387 Translation - Russian

3/25/2009 Page 2 out of 2
Presumably marriage registration of WAGNER Szaia-Nuta and FUKS Cyrla from 1873 in Bilgoraj.
I'd appreciate any further details such as dates and parents' names, ages, occupations and addresses. Witnesses are less relevant.
Higher resolution images available.
Thanks in advance,
Tamar Amit
ISRAEL
View the post with its 1 response
12359 Translation - Russian

3/25/2009 Presumably birth registration of GIWERC (or GIWERCMAN) Gersz/Hirsch Dawid (my great-grandfather) from 1875 in Hrubieszow.
I'd appreciate any further details such as dates and parents names, ages, occupations and addresses. Witnesses are not relevant.
Thanks in advance,
Tamar Amit
ISRAEL
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12360 Translation - Russian

3/25/2009 Presumably death registration of GEWERCMAN Frajda Mirla (my great-grandmother) from 1887 in Szczebrzeszyn.
I'd appreciate any further details such as dates and spouse/parents names, ages, occupations and addresses. Witnesses are not relevant.
Thanks in advance,
Tamar Amit
ISRAEL
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12245 Translation - Polish

3/25/2009 Please translate this marriage certificate. View the post with its 1 response
12361 Translation - Russian

3/22/2009 Presumably birth registration of GEWIRCMAN, Hersz Lejba(my great-granduncle) from 1885 in Zamosc.
I'd appreciate any further details such as dates and parents' names, ages, occupations and addresses. Witnesses are not relevant.
Thanks in advance,
Tamar Amit
ISRAEL
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12352 Do you recognize?

3/22/2009 Mr/s KATZ are some how related to the DASKOVSKY family. They lived in Los Angeles and had 3-4 children including 1 daughter, Roselle. Other surnames which might be associated with this family are ZACKON, SONIES, DASKOFF, COHEN and SEGALOVE. They may have lived in Chicago, IL before coming to Los Angeles. Do you know this couple? View the post, there are no responses
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