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19786 Translation - Russian

8/10/2011 4:41 PM Would appreciate all possible family details of birth of Haim Kielman 1875-- names, ages, professions of parents, witnesses etc.
Thank you for your help.
Mady Land
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19682 Translation - Russian

8/10/2011 4:40 PM This is the birth record of a Brana Dobrit Korenman of 18 April 1874. She is the daughter of Haya Sura Iosifovna Korenman, and her husband (whose name is difficult to read); Haya Sura, daughter of Iosif, is known to have been Yekhezkal Korenman's wife, so there is little doubt but that Brana Dobrit was of this Korenman family.

Also on ViewMate is the death record of Dobret Bronia Korenman of 20 September, 1874. A daughter of Haskel Korenman, she was reportedly 1 1/2 years old. The names - Dobret Bronia and Brana Dobrit - are so similar, they could be the same child. But I would assume Dobret Bronia would have been born in early 1873. Are the records incorrect? Or is this some unusual naming pattern?
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19715 Translation - German

8/10/2011 4:39 PM translation of letter View the post with its 1 response
19031 Do you recognize?

8/10/2011 4:39 PM Does anyone recognize this couple? Any information would be most helpful. Thank you. View the post, there are no responses
19032 Do you recognize?

8/10/2011 4:39 PM Do you recognize these sisters? Any information is much appreciated. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
18784 Translation - Polish

8/10/2011 4:38 PM This is the second half of the Paris-Amber marriage certificate. The first half has already been uploaded. Truly grateful for any help with the translation. View the post with its 1 response
19784 Translation - Polish

8/7/2011 4:09 PM I would appreciate a translation of this death certificate for Mendel Jankielowicz Kryzstal. What I specifically would like to know is:

)what is the profession listed after his name.
)What are the relationships of the two people listed after his name and what is the name of his wife.

Any help would be greatly accepted.

Thank you in advance.
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19776 Translation - Other

8/7/2011 4:08 PM This postcard to Edward Jameson is care of L. Frank, 450 Marsfield Avenue, Chicago, IL. It's in Russian and Yiddish. My FRANK family members lived in Chicago and may have had JAMESON relatives. I'd like to know anything about what this says since am researching these families. Someone I know was able to translate the Russian, which asks how he is doing, but then it changes to Yiddish, and we do not know who the card is from. I'd also like to know where the postcard is from and what the picture is of. Thanks! View the post with its 1 response
19777 Translation - Yiddish

8/7/2011 4:08 PM This is a letter with the letterhead of I. Jameson, so perhaps it comes from the JAMESON family. I don't know. I am researching my FRANK family, who lived in Chicago and I believe were related to JAMESONS. I'd like to know what this says, who it's from and to, plus any other comments a reader might have about it.

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19778 Translation - Yiddish

8/7/2011 4:08 PM This is the 2nd page of a letter with the letterhead of I. Jameson, so perhaps it comes from the JAMESON family. I don't know. I am researching my FRANK family, who lived in Chicago and I believe were related to JAMESONS. I'd like to know what this says, who it's from and to, plus any other comments a reader might have about it. View the post, there are no responses
19770 Photo Identification

8/7/2011 4:06 PM This is my old Passport. This is invalid. I have a new one today. It is my Danish Passport ,name: Magnus Torstein Jogvanson Johansen born 28 January 1954 on the Hospital in Torshavn the Capitol of Faroes. Concerning my Johansen Family Tree with the JewishGen :ID#367887. View the post with its 1 response
19771 Translation - Polish

8/7/2011 4:06 PM Please translate the entire record if possible. Of major interest are the names and relationship of all family and witnesses and actual date of birth. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
19772 Translation - Polish

8/7/2011 4:06 PM Please translate the entire record if possible. Of major interest are the names and relationship of all family and witnesses and actual date of the marriage. Thank you! View the post with its 2 responses
19773 Translation - Polish

8/7/2011 4:06 PM This is a Death Record for Herszk Krysztal. I am confused about the names following his in the document. I would like to know the word directly after his name. Looks like Mty.... maybe a profession? I would also like to know the relation of Mordko Judkowicz and wife Pesi Krysztal. It says son, but then why is he not called Mordko Herszkowicz? And is Herszk's wife Dyne Leje daughter of Baruch?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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19766 Translation - Yiddish

8/7/2011 4:05 PM This is (hopefully) the Yiddish birth record of Hana Korenman, daughter of Gidailia Haskelevich Korenman and his wife Reisia (the daughter of Gersh). She was born in Shargorod on 20 November 1915, at least according to the Russian entry. She entered the US as Anne Corn in 1921.

A full translation would be greatly appreciated.
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19767 Translation - Russian

8/7/2011 4:05 PM These few words, presumably a name and presumably in Russian, appear at the back of an old photo. I'd love to know what it says. Thanks, Jeff View the post with its 1 response
19769 Translation - Polish

8/7/2011 4:05 PM Please translate the entire record if possible. Of major interest are the names and relationship of all family and witnesses, and the actual date of birth. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
19762 Translation - Polish

8/7/2011 4:04 PM This is a marriage certificate and I would like to know the family members listed within, including ages.

Thank you in advance.

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19763 Tombstone

8/7/2011 4:04 PM Would someone be able to translate my grandfathers stone?

Thanks,

Malka Simon
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19764 Tombstone

8/7/2011 4:04 PM Please translate the Hebrew to English for me.
Thank you!
Donna
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