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18778 Translation - Russian

4/20/2011 8:09 PM This should be the birth record of Ginda Rywka Lask, probably the daughter of Cyna Laja Altman and Moszek Lask. I would like to know the date or year of birth and any other information provided here such as other names, places, residences, ages and profession of the parents.

There is likely to be duplication between the 3 similar documents submitted here. All of them were created in 1903, recording the birth of 3 probable sisters.
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18779 Translation - German

4/20/2011 8:09 PM Does the document show whether the family is Jewish? If possible, I would like a full translation. View the post with its 5 responses
18775 Translation - Russian

4/20/2011 8:08 PM This is a record of the marriage of my great great grandparents. I would like to know whatever details are provided here,specifically the names of their parents, the names of any other relatives, any places which are mentioned such as birthplaces or places of prior residence, also any information as to profession and their ages, as well as confirmation of date of marriage. And anything else that is noticed here would be greatly appreciated. View the post with its 3 responses
18776 Translation - Russian

4/20/2011 8:08 PM This should be the birth record of Perla Lask, daughter of Cyna Laja and Moszek Lask.

I would like to know the date of birth, and any other names, places, profession of father and any other information provided here. All 3 siblings (Perla, Etla and Ginda Rywka) were reported in the same year (1903), but presumably were born in different years.
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18777 Translation - Russian

4/20/2011 8:08 PM This is the birth record of my grandmother, Etla Lask. I believe she was born in 1895, but would like to verify the date if it is included (and using which calendar, if an exact date is provided).
Also I would appreciate whatever other information is included, including other names, places, residences, parents' occupation. Her parents were Cyna Laja Altman and Moszek Lask.
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18770 Tombstone

4/20/2011 8:08 PM Please help with translation from Hebrew. View the post with its 3 responses
18771 Tombstone

4/20/2011 8:08 PM Please help with translation from Hebrew. View the post with its 1 response
18772 Tombstone

4/20/2011 8:08 PM Please help with translation from Hebrew. View the post with its 3 responses
18773 Tombstone

4/20/2011 8:08 PM Please help with translation from Hebrew. View the post with its 1 response
18763 Tombstone

4/20/2011 8:07 PM Following will be be tombstones of my great grandparents, Rachel and Samuel. I am hoping that there will be information about who the parents of my great grandparents were. I will be able to trace them back to the small town in Poland, which was taken over by Russia at that time. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Many Blessings for this mitzvah. View the post with its 4 responses
18764 Tombstone

4/20/2011 8:07 PM Following will be be tombstones of my great grandparents, Rachel and Samuel. I am hoping that there will be information about who the parents of my great grandparents were. I will be able to trace them back to the small town in Poland, which was taken over by Russia at that time. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Many Blessings for this mitzvah. View the post with its 3 responses
18765 Translation - Polish

4/20/2011 8:07 PM Need maiden name of the child's mother if present or confirmation that it is not there. View the post with its 1 response
18766 Translation - German

4/20/2011 8:07 PM A translation of both sections of the postcard into English will gratefully received, given the initial and basic difficulty in reading the older script. View the post with its 1 response
18767 Translation - German

4/20/2011 8:07 PM A translation of both sections of the postcard into English will gratefully received, given the initial and basic difficulty in reading the older script. View the post with its 1 response
18768 Translation - Polish

4/20/2011 8:07 PM I need a translation of a letter I received from the Bialystok Archives regarding the costs of several documents I requested. I would appreciate knowing the method of payment required. Thank you in advance.

Linda Thorpe Caciola
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18769 Tombstone

4/20/2011 8:07 PM Please help with translation from Hebrew. View the post with its 2 responses
18759 Tombstone

4/20/2011 8:06 PM Scholars cataloging headstones in "new" Jewish cemetery in Alzey for 200th anniversary. German completed but organizers cannot read Hebrew inscriptions. There was a wonderful response to set one.

This is part of set two being posted over next few weeks. Assistance deeply appreciated! Image 19 is sized for ViewMate requirements, original larger file available via private email. The bottom portion isn't readable, any portion appreciated. Questions by private email to franluebke@wi.rr.com.

Blessed Pessach!
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18760 Tombstone

4/20/2011 8:06 PM Scholars cataloging headstones in "new" Jewish cemetery in Alzey for 200th anniversary. German completed but organizers cannot read Hebrew inscriptions. There was a wonderful response to set one.

This is part of set two being posted over next few weeks. Assistance deeply appreciated! Image 18 is sized for ViewMate requirements, original larger file available via private email. The bottom isn't readable, any portion appreciated. Questions by private email to franluebke@wi.rr.com.

Blessed Pessach!
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18761 Translation - Other

4/20/2011 8:06 PM Received from the Belorussian archives, I would appreciate if someone could help translate this letter. I believe they must have found some files I had requested months ago. Thank you in advance for your help. View the post with its 1 response
18762 Tombstone

4/20/2011 8:06 PM I would like the lettering to be translated into English. My grandmother died at the young age of 30. Following will be be tombstones of my great grandparents, Rachel and Samuel. I am hoping that there will be information about who the parents of my great grandparents were. I will be able to trace them back to the small town in Poland, which was taken over by Russia at that time. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Many Blessings for this mitzvah. View the post with its 2 responses
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