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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
19450 Translation - Russian

7/3/2011 5:29 PM I need the main facts View the post with its 1 response
19451 Translation - Russian

7/3/2011 5:29 PM I need the main facts View the post, there are no responses
19452 Translation - Russian

7/3/2011 5:29 PM I need the main facts View the post, there are no responses
19453 Translation - Russian

7/3/2011 5:29 PM I need the main facts View the post, there are no responses
19454 Translation - Russian

7/3/2011 5:29 PM I need the main facts View the post, there are no responses
19455 Translation - Hebrew

7/3/2011 5:29 PM This is a spoon my great grandmother brought with her to Texas when she married Leo Schwarz 1881 in Texas. View the post with its 2 responses
19441 Translation - Yiddish

7/3/2011 5:28 PM This is the back of a photo. The people are unknown to us. Hoping the translation will shed some light. The photo frame is embossed with Olaf Foss, Kristiania -I assume this is the photographer, and may have been in Oslo, Norway. Thanks in advance. View the post with its 1 response
19442 Translation - Polish

7/3/2011 5:28 PM This should be the 1863 death registration of Lejbko Herszfeld in Wysokie Mazowieckie. To the best of my knowledge he was born in 1813 to Tzvi/Hirsz and Chjka in Rajgrod. I would appreciate any information you can provide from this document including the exact dates, age, parents names, wife's name, survivors etc.
Thanks
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19443 Translation - Polish

7/3/2011 5:28 PM This is the 1838 birth registration of Raiza Devorah Herszfeld in Wysokie Mazowieckie. She was the daughter of Leib and Rochel Leah. I would like to know any information you can provide about the document. I am particularly looking for information on her parents. Is there a mother's maiden name, birth place and age of parents? Any information would be appreciated.
Thanks
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19444 Translation - Polish

7/3/2011 5:28 PM This is the 1851 Wysokie Mazowieckie birth registration of Chaja Gutka Herszfeld. She was the daughter of Lejb and Rochel Leah. I would appreciate any information that you can provide on this document.
Thanks
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19445 Translation - Polish

7/3/2011 5:28 PM This should be the Chaim Chil Herszfeld 1850 birth registration in Wysokie Mazowieckie. I believe that he was the son of Lejb and Rochel Leah. I would appreciate any details. I am most interested in information about the parents (and grandparents if present).
Thanks
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19446 Translation - Polish

7/3/2011 5:28 PM letter from my ggparents in Warsaw to my gmother (their daughter) in New York. Appreciate any help with translation. View the post with its 1 response
19447 Translation - Polish

7/3/2011 5:28 PM letter from my ggmother to my gmother in New York, appreciate any help with translation. View the post with its 1 response
19448 Translation - Yiddish

7/3/2011 5:28 PM The first 2 pages of a letter to my grandparents after the war, which hopefully can provide me with some clues to where my ggparents perished. Appreciate any help with translation. Second half of letter also posted. (VM 19449) View the post with its 2 responses
19436 Translation - Hebrew

7/3/2011 5:27 PM This is a page of testimony for my ggm Feige Leffenfeld. I would like a translation of the Hebrew. Is there any indication of who submitted this page? Thank you. View the post with its 3 responses
19437 Tombstone

7/3/2011 5:27 PM I would be grateful for a translation of the Hebrew on this tombstone, in particular the name of the father.

The tombstone is for Louis Goldstone.
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19438 Tombstone

7/3/2011 5:27 PM I would be grateful for a translation of the Hebrew on this tombstone, in particular the name of the father and Selina's hebrew name.

The tombstone is for Selina Goldstone.
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19439 Translation - German

7/3/2011 5:27 PM Need help 1) translating the headings for columns 8 and 9 and 2) deciphering the entries in columns 8 and 9 for ADLER, Hanne (second to last name in image).

This is the manifest of the SS Deutschland, departing Hamburg 25 August 1900.

Thank you!
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19440 Interpretation

7/3/2011 5:27 PM Request Paris street name from difficult to read handwriting. View the post with its 4 responses
19363 Translation - Polish

7/3/2011 5:27 PM I believe this may be my father's birth certificate. Birthdate 1893.
I would appreciate translation to English.
Thank you very much.
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