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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
25751 Tombstone

1/30/2013 4:05 PM I would appreciate it if someone would translate the Hebrew inscription into English.
Thank you in advance for your help.
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24833 Translation - Polish

1/30/2013 4:05 PM It's supposed to be a Marriage record of Isaac Pitzele & Pepi Goldstof 1834. View the post, there are no responses
24853 Translation - Hungarian

1/30/2013 4:05 PM notes on previous image View the post with its 1 response
25617 Translation - German

1/30/2013 4:01 PM This is page 5 of 5 of a German document I received from a Historian that has assisted me with my Family Research. I would love to get a translation to English of roughly what the document contains. View the post with its 1 response
25536 Translation - Yiddish

1/30/2013 3:59 PM I am hoping someone can help me translate this letter we believe was written to my great-grandfather, Benjamin or his wife Ida. View the post with its 3 responses
25537 Translation - Yiddish

1/30/2013 3:59 PM This is the second page of a letter sent to my great-grandfather Benjamin or his wife Ida. I am hoping someone can help me translate it. View the post, there are no responses
22239 Translation - Yiddish

1/30/2013 3:59 PM Hello. This is page 1 of 5 (2 original pages on each). It to my great grandfather in Pittsburgh from a family member who I believe would be writing from Seirijai, where my great grandfather lived before he and his family came to the U.S. I am interested in as close a translation as possible. I realize this will be work and am willing to wait for more than a rough translation. I am grateful for any help or direction as to where I can get a detailed translation.
Many thanks,
Julie
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25724 Interpretation

1/30/2013 3:57 PM I am looking to find out what it says on the 3rd line (underneath the 1st name of Golda). View the post with its 7 responses
25801 Tombstone

1/27/2013 4:19 PM Part of Bendery Cemetery project...
Please translate what is possible!
Thanks, Yefim Kogan
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25798 Tombstone

1/27/2013 4:19 PM This is part of Bendery Cemetery project.
Any help be great.
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25799 Tombstone

1/27/2013 4:19 PM Part of Bendery Cemetery project.
Need it to be translated.
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25795 Translation - Yiddish

1/27/2013 4:17 PM Please translate the Yiddish. It was written on the back of a Photo postcard of my Father. If you can read the year (written in English) that would be great. View the post with its 2 responses
25796 Translation - Other

1/27/2013 4:17 PM attached is from the back of a photo i received this summer. it appears to be signed on 15 july 1926 in Craiova which is east of Bucharest. playing with google translate, we get the gist of an "expensive portrait, dear mother", perhaps by "ludwig".

desire a better translation to help identify woman and child. thank you.
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25797 Translation - Yiddish

1/27/2013 4:17 PM Would appreciate translation. The woman's married name was Sperling. Thank you! View the post with its 5 responses
25791 Interpretation

1/27/2013 4:16 PM Line 25 Wolpiansky

? Junach, Zunach, Funach

What is the first name?
In what language?

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25787 Translation - Russian

1/27/2013 4:16 PM I think this is one of my Grandfathers brothers I have one or two more so a word for word translation would be of a great help to me,this is off a LDS microfilm and will have to go back soon.
Thanks in anticipation
J.B. Coles
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25788 Translation - Polish

1/27/2013 4:16 PM Akt 3 probably death cirtificate of Lewek Buchman
Please translate word by word if possible

Thanks

Yossi Buchman
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25783 Tombstone

1/27/2013 4:15 PM Please can someone help by translating the short Hebrew Inscription. I would like to know if it gives any clue as to the name of Valentin's father. I believe that the father was Abraham Elias Breitenfeld, though another possibility is Lazar Breitenfeld.
Thank you
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25784 Translation - Russian

1/27/2013 4:15 PM I have no idea where my family originated from. I have found a photograph taken of my grandfather in the Russian army towards I think the end of the 19th century. If anyone is able to translate these images they might give me a clue to where the photographer was located if nothing else.
Many thanks in advance for your help.
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25785 Translation - Russian

1/27/2013 4:15 PM I would appreciate a translation from the Russian.
Thanks in advance
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