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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
18908 Translation - Polish

5/4/2011 4:25 PM Can you please translate all the info on this certificate.
Thank you.
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18909 Translation - Polish

5/4/2011 4:25 PM Can you please translate all info
Thank You.
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18840 Translation - German

5/4/2011 4:22 PM Is it possible to read? View the post with its 2 responses
18736 Translation - German

5/4/2011 4:22 PM This was written (I think)from my grandmother's brother to their cousin, in the back of their picture. I hope something can be read. Thank you View the post with its 4 responses
18900 Tombstone

5/1/2011 4:25 PM Hi I need a tombstone translation please. Thank you in advance for your time View the post with its 2 responses
18901 Tombstone

5/1/2011 4:25 PM Hello I need this tombstone translated to English. Thank you in advance for your time. View the post with its 1 response
18902 Tombstone

5/1/2011 4:25 PM Hello. I need a translation of this tombstone to English please. Thank you in advance for your time View the post with its 2 responses
18894 Do you recognize?

5/1/2011 4:24 PM I got this picture from my mother. It was taken in Registan in Samarkand. I can regonize there my two aunts and an uncle standing on the most right side.
Can anybody provide more informatin about this picture? Who are the people and what is the occasion. I assume that they are Jews staying in Uzbekistan during the war.

Thanks for your help
Dan Eyal
Yavne
Israel
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18895 Do you recognize?

5/1/2011 4:24 PM On the back Enni Weisman sends her love to her uncle and aunt (Pessie) and their sons.

The uncle (Yeshaayahu Goldman) and aunt Pessie immigrated to Brazil circa 1926.

Do you recognize Enni (Henya?/Hanna?) Weisman?
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18897 Tombstone

5/1/2011 4:24 PM Please translate. I know the image is not the best but it is all I have.

The tombstone is for Lena Newman who died in 1920.

Thank you!
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18898 Tombstone

5/1/2011 4:24 PM Please translate tombstone for William and Jennie Berger.

Thank you!
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18899 Photo Identification

5/1/2011 4:24 PM I found this among miscellaneous family photos. I have no idea who the people are or where the photo was taken -- I presume Israel. It seems to be the same vintage as photos in my father's collection from 1920s and '30s Berlin. Can anyone help me figure out anything about it? Many thanks. Ronnie Hess, Madison, WI View the post with its 2 responses
18893 Tombstone

5/1/2011 4:23 PM Would some kind soul please translate the Hebrew for me? Thank you! View the post with its 3 responses
18886 Do you recognize?

5/1/2011 4:23 PM Most of our family emigrated from Lithuania and the Ukraine to Montreal. This is possibly a family from the Ukraine, date at the beginning of the 20th century. We would like to know who they are. View the post, there are no responses
18887 Do you recognize?

5/1/2011 4:23 PM The surname of this unknown woman is possibly Frank or Valednitzky. She was possibly living in Montreal, having emigrated from the Ukraine. Who is she? View the post, there are no responses
18888 Photo Identification

5/1/2011 4:23 PM Is this young man wearing a suit or is it a school uniform? This is a studio portrait of my great uncle K I Sanes who was born in 1875 and was taken sometime before he came to the US in 1890. I have the original with the name of the studio on the back. View the post, there are no responses
18889 Do you recognize?

5/1/2011 4:23 PM The surname of this man is possibly Frank or Valednizsky. He was possibly living in Montreal, having emigrated from the Ukraine. The photo was likely taken at the beginning of the 20th century. Who is he? View the post, there are no responses
18890 Sharing Document

5/1/2011 4:23 PM This shows the Bergaus (Berghaus, Bargauz) family, left to right, Gittel Bergaus Diamond (born c1910), Sarah nee Becker, Eudice, Hillel (born c1903), Raisel (born c1940). Two of Hillel and Eudice's sons emigrated before the war, possibly to South Africa. We are looking for them or their descendants. View the post with its 1 response
18876 Do you recognize?

5/1/2011 4:22 PM David Abrahamson born 1900 Leeds and his fiancee an Egyptian Jew called Saidie. He was in the British army in the first world war and ended up in Palestine. Belived to be in the Palestine Police in the middle 1920s. Family lost touch. Father was Michael Abrahamson- a tailor from Latvia then Russia and Ester who tragically died age 32 in 1905 in leed5. His dad died in 1919. Davids siblings were Bessie, Rebecca, Ehel, Fanny, dora, Bernard and Joseph.
I suspect he and is family lived in Israel
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18877 Translation - German

5/1/2011 4:22 PM The last letter home from Emil Marx, to his brother Bernhard, before heading off to WWI. Emil was killed in action less than two months later in the First Battle of Ypres. We would appreciate a complete translation. View the post with its 1 response
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