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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
15261 Tombstone

5/2/2010 3:45 PM Transale Hebrew to English View the post with its 3 responses
15251 Tombstone

5/2/2010 3:45 PM This is Rose MENDELSON SALASNICK, sister of Dora Mendelson SINDER. wife of Max Salasnik. This stone is pretty clear, any clues? View the post with its 1 response
15246 Translation - Yiddish

5/2/2010 3:44 PM Back of postcard picture of young man. I've been told handwriting is awful. If you can make it out, I'd be pleased!
Photo on front of postcard posted in photo identify section.
View the post with its 1 response
15247 Photo Identification

5/2/2010 3:44 PM Photo of young man goes with back of MysteryPic2 in translation from Yiddish upload. Photographer's imprint hard to read. May say Kaunas at bottom. View the post, there are no responses
15248 Tombstone

5/2/2010 3:44 PM This is the stone my father had made for his father, Sigmund BALTER. Can someone translate it for me? It is now in Mt Hebron Cemetery. View the post with its 4 responses
15249 Tombstone

5/2/2010 3:44 PM She died in 1945. I don't know if anyone can make this picture out or not. If so, I'd love to know what it says. View the post with its 2 responses
15250 Tombstone

5/2/2010 3:44 PM Not sure when this was taken or if he is a relative for sure. He was in the right area with the right last name so maybe a translation of the stone holds the clue. View the post with its 2 responses
15242 Translation - Hungarian

5/2/2010 3:44 PM Looking for translation of the headlines regarding Samu (line 12) and any other information on the page.
Thanks,
Ariela
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15243 Translation - Hungarian

5/2/2010 3:44 PM Second page relating to Samu Weiner (2nd entry)
Looking for translation of the headlines and any other information relating to this name.
Thanks
Ariela
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15244 Tombstone

5/2/2010 3:44 PM I would appreciate the translation of all the lines in Hebrew and the line in English under the deceased's name. I can read the date of death but not the text on the right that appears to begin with a 'W'.

Thank you
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15240 Translation - Hungarian

5/2/2010 3:43 PM Looking for a translation of the headlines. Also any information about the parents:
Bee Therez and Weiner Vilmos
Thanks,
Ariela
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15241 Translation - Hungarian

5/2/2010 3:43 PM Continution of the prior one relating to Berta Weiner (7th entery)
Looking again for translation of the headlines and any addtional remarks.
Thanks
Ariela
View the post with its 4 responses
15115 Translation - Russian

5/2/2010 3:43 PM names and dates View the post with its 1 response
15238 Translation - Yiddish

4/28/2010 4:24 PM This letter was found among my wife's grandfather's documents. We would like to know any names or places on the document. A full translation would be wonderful View the post with its 3 responses
15239 Tombstone

4/28/2010 4:24 PM I would appreciate it greatly if someone could translate this stone for me. Bottom portion of stone that I have cropped off reads Benjamin B. Cohen, Died July 31, 1905, Aged 64 years. There is no other ornamentation on the stone. Does the text specify Binyamin the Kohane? View the post with its 2 responses
15233 Tombstone

4/28/2010 4:23 PM I'm looking for the stone of my great-grandfather's brother who died as a child. I'm not sure if this one is it or not. There are only two child graves in the cemetery where he is supposed to be buried. View the post with its 3 responses
15234 Tombstone

4/28/2010 4:23 PM I'm looking for the stone of my great-grandfather's brother who died as a child. I'm not sure if this one is it or not. There are only two child graves in the cemetery where he is supposed to be buried. View the post with its 4 responses
15235 Tombstone

4/28/2010 4:23 PM Please translate what it says.
Thank you!
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15236 Translation - Yiddish

4/28/2010 4:23 PM I am interested in any descriptions of my grandparents- parents of the children listed, Moshe Teper-my father being the eldest. Any details of the pogrom as well. thanks, Helena View the post, there are no responses
15237 Interpretation

4/28/2010 4:23 PM I would be grateful for help in interpreting the "Name of Father" line on this Certificate of death belonging to my g-g-grandmother, Leah Harrison. This Jewish family is believed to have originated in the German part of Poland in the early 19th Century. I am unable to decipher the father's name. Thanks to anyone able to assist. Reply to: Randy Fishbein, E-mail: fishnet@pipeline.com View the post with its 8 responses
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