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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
25205 Photo Identification

12/12/2012 4:34 PM Does anyone recognize this couple? View the post, there are no responses
25206 Photo Identification

12/12/2012 4:34 PM Does anyone recognize this couple? View the post, there are no responses
25200 Photo Identification

12/12/2012 4:33 PM This Jew is my 8th cousin twice removed. His name is Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch,born in Hamburg ,but living in Frankfurt am Main in Germany about: 1808-1888. The Johansen Family Tree , Hometown in Ejde the Faroe Islands. JewishGen ID: #367887. View the post with its 2 responses
25201 Photo Identification

12/12/2012 4:33 PM I'm assuming it has an association with names: Siegler ( Zimbler ) or Pollack. Taken in the 'London Studio' USA. View the post, there are no responses
25202 Photo Identification

12/12/2012 4:33 PM A group photo outside Abbotsford House. Not the one in Scotland. This is more likely to be in London. I sign in the window says 'something' Residence. View the post, there are no responses
25203 Photo Identification

12/12/2012 4:33 PM This is a Tombstone of an Russian Jew I am related to directly or indirect. Chortkover (Rebbe) maybe. ID: #367887. View the post with its 1 response
25192 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:32 PM i would greatly appreciate a translation or extract of this birth record thanks in advance View the post with its 1 response
25193 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:32 PM i would really appreciate a translation/extract on this birth record thanks in advance View the post with its 1 response
25194 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:32 PM this is supposedly a still born to Lejzor Sokol and Feige someone. Please would someone translate for me all the specifics? Thx. Wayne View the post with its 1 response
25195 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:32 PM please can i have a translation/extract of this birth record thanks in advance View the post with its 1 response
25196 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:32 PM please can i have a translation/extract of this birth record thanks in advance View the post with its 1 response
25197 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:32 PM please can i have a translation/extract of this birth record thanks in advance View the post with its 1 response
25186 Photo Identification

12/12/2012 4:31 PM I am told this is a Bavarian school master's hat. What does this hat signify? Who were entitled to wear them? What more can you tell me about the hat? I am also curious about the tie and pin he is wearing. Do they too have a special significance? And if so, what can you tell me about them?

Many thanks for any ideas you have to share with me!
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25187 Interpretation

12/12/2012 4:31 PM In the second row of this birth record from Kolesovice you will find Lotti Heller born 25.7.1834 to Joachim Heller and Ludmilla. Please tell me what you can read more i. e name of the parents of the LottiĀ“s parents and where they all lived. The birth record was from Kolleschowitz today Kolesovice but that was the main city with a lot of small villages in the sorroundings.Tell me also what you can read in the last column. It is about the witnesses. The writings is in old German script and I read German but have difficulties with some of the old script View the post with its 2 responses
25188 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:31 PM Hi, I would be grateful to anyone who could help me providing a translation of this page small notebook. Thank you in advance.
Barbara ELSTER
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25189 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:31 PM Hi, I would be grateful to anyone who could help me providing a translation of this page coming from a small book. Thank you in advance. Barbara ELSTER View the post with its 1 response
25190 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:31 PM Hi, I would be grateful to anyone who could help me providing a translation of this page coming from a small book. Thank you in advance. Barbara ELSTER View the post with its 1 response
25191 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:31 PM Hi, I would be grateful to anyone who could help me providing a translation of this page coming from a small book. Thank you in advance. Barbara ELSTER View the post with its 1 response
25180 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:30 PM I'd like a full translation. Thank you! View the post, there are no responses
25185 Translation - Russian

12/12/2012 4:30 PM I'd appreciate a full translation. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
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