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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
24875 Photo Identification

11/14/2012 4:06 PM The elder woman in the center is my ggm, Neche ENGELSON-WELLER, widow of Shimon WELLER. She became a rag monger after her husband died abt. 1904 in a grain mill accident.

Does anyone recognize or know the names of any of the others in the photo? Or does the photo suggest any other clues I can follow up on?

also see viewmate 24876
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24876 Photo Identification

11/14/2012 4:06 PM This family sent this postcard in 1939 and were never heard from again. The woman in the center seems to be the same woman in the earlier photo (viewmate 24875)(holding the baby in the earlier photo). I believe she is my gg-paternal aunt but I do not know her first or married name. Her maiden name was WELLER.

It pains me they perished and I cannot give names to any of them.

(see postcard back - viewmate 24877)
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24873 Tombstone

11/14/2012 4:06 PM Hi there, can some one please translate hebrew on top of grave.
thanks
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24864 Translation - Yiddish

11/14/2012 4:06 PM It´s one big letter, I divided it into 3 files, as the paper is written all over. I need the translation. Thanks in advance. View the post, there are no responses
24830 Translation - German

11/14/2012 4:05 PM thanks for your help in translation
regards
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24862 Translation - Yiddish

11/14/2012 4:05 PM I need the translation of what is written in Yiddish. Kind regards, View the post with its 1 response
24863 Translation - Yiddish

11/14/2012 4:05 PM I need the translation of what is written in Yiddish. Thanks in advance View the post, there are no responses
24829 Translation - German

11/14/2012 4:04 PM thanls for your help n translation
regards
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24742 Translation - Polish

11/14/2012 3:57 PM can i please have a full translation of this document thanks in advance i really appreciate it View the post with its 2 responses
24739 Translation - Polish

11/14/2012 3:56 PM can i please have full translation of this document thanks in advance i really appreciate it View the post with its 2 responses
24870 Translation - German

11/11/2012 4:07 PM Please translate the German in the comments section into English. Thank you for any help. View the post with its 1 response
24871 Interpretation

11/11/2012 4:07 PM Could some kind person interpret what the answers are to Q2, 4, 5 & 8 please-all in English but difficult to decipher. This is taken from Ancestry.com, US WWI Draft records & will give me valuable information about my family who emigrated to the US. Thank you. View the post with its 2 responses
24865 Tombstone

11/11/2012 4:06 PM HI THERE,
IF POSSIBLE TO TRANSLATE HEBREW ON TOP OF GRAVE.
THANKS
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24866 Tombstone

11/11/2012 4:06 PM HI THERE, CAN YOU PLEASE TRANSLATE HEBREW ON TOP OF GRAVE, THANKS View the post with its 1 response
24867 Tombstone

11/11/2012 4:06 PM HI THERE, CAN ANY BODY TRANSLATE THE HEBREW ON TOP OF THE GRAVE, I KNOW THIS ONE MAY BE DIFFICULT, DUE TO FALLEN OUT LETTERS.
THANKS
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24868 Tombstone

11/11/2012 4:06 PM HI THERE, CAN ANY ONE TRANSLATE THE HEBREW ON TOP OF THE DOUBLE HUSBAND AND WIFE GRAVE.
THANKS
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24869 Translation - Russian

11/11/2012 4:06 PM This is on the back of a picture of a man. All the other documents/photos there were from the part of the family that was on the Polish/Russian border before the 1940s (current Volyn, Ukraine). I'd appreciate a translation. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
24861 Tombstone

11/11/2012 4:06 PM I would appreciate a full translation please.

Thank you very much.

Corinne
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24854 Translation - Hungarian

11/11/2012 4:05 PM My husband's parents, brother and him in stroller.
Please see next photo for notes.

Thank you.
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24856 Translation - Polish

11/11/2012 4:05 PM I would like a translation of this document. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
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