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19683 Translation - Polish

7/27/2011 4:09 PM Birth registration of WAGNER Josef.
Intrested in all family related names, ages, occupations and places and any other info that would seen relevant.
Many thanks,
Tamar

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19684 Translation - Polish

7/27/2011 4:09 PM Death registration of WAGNER Josef.
Intrested in all family related names, ages, occupations and places and any other info that would seen relevant.
Many thanks,
Tamar
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19685 Translation - Polish

7/27/2011 4:09 PM Death registration of WAGNER Josef.
Intrested in all family related names, ages, occupations and places and any other info that would seen relevant.
Many thanks,
Tamar
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19679 Translation - Russian

7/27/2011 4:09 PM I am looking for what I believe to be my great-grandfather's birth record from Bialystok. I found it listed as number 204M for 1879. The information in the JRI-Poland database is:

Surname Givenname Year Type Akt Father Fathersurn Mother Motherfath
ALKIES Abram Wadia 1879 B 204M Lejb Dwora Ajzykowna

I would like to know the translation for all of the page and column headings as I am ordering more films and then the translation of the record itself. I had to photograph it in 2 parts for it to be readable. This is the right side but is only missing one or two columns. Do I have the right record? I am also loading the last record on the prior page in case this is a continuation.

Thanks for your help! Judi
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19680 Translation - Russian

7/27/2011 4:09 PM I am looking for what I believe to be my great-grandfather's birth record from Bialystok. I found it listed as number 204M for 1879. The information in the JRI-Poland database is:

Surname Givenname Year Type Akt Father Fathersurn Mother Motherfath
ALKIES Abram Wadia 1879 B 204M Lejb Dwora Ajzykowna

This is actually the last record on the prior page to record 204. I include just in case this is the beginning of the record. The page is noted as being water damaged so it is very difficult to read and the number reference is not discernible. See two other related images for record 204.

Thanks for your help! Judi
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19674 Translation - Russian

7/27/2011 4:08 PM A direct translation of the document will be mostly appreciated. View the post, there are no responses
19675 Do you recognize?

7/27/2011 4:08 PM Photo was in my grandparents' documents so could possibly be parents or a sibling.

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19676 Translation - Russian

7/27/2011 4:08 PM A DIRECT TRANSLATION OF THE DOCUMENT WILL BE MOSTLY APPRECIATED View the post, there are no responses
19677 Translation - Russian

7/27/2011 4:08 PM I am ordering LDS films for Bialystok BMD records. Bialystok would have been part of Russia at the time I believe. I would like the translation of just the titles and headers of the page. I believe from the content that this is a page of death records but am not sure. I only need the headers translated on this page for future reference in finding records when viewing other films, not the detail record shown. I only included a record an example to assist if needed. Thanks! View the post with its 1 response
19678 Translation - Russian

7/27/2011 4:08 PM I am looking for what I believe to be my great-grandfather's birth record. I found it listed as number 204M for 1879. The information in the JRI-Poland database is:

Surname Givenname Year Type Akt Father Fathersurn Mother Motherfath
ALKIES Abram Wadia 1879 B 204M Lejb Dwora Ajzykowna

I would like to know the translation for all of the page and column headings as I am ordering more films and then the translation of the record itself. I had to photograph it in 2 parts for it to be readable. This is the left side but is only missing one or two columns. Do I have the right record? I am also loading the last record on the prior page in case this is a continuation.

Thanks for your help! Judi

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19670 Do you recognize?

7/27/2011 4:07 PM This photo was in a collection of unidentified family photos. The Prinz family, originaly from Holic, Czechoslovakia, went to live in Vienna where this photo was taken. An additional photo was taken in the same studio, but not neccessisarly at the same time. View the post, there are no responses
19671 Do you recognize?

7/27/2011 4:07 PM This photo was in a collection of unidentified family photos. The Prinz family, originaly from Holic, Czechoslovakia, went to live in Vienna where this photo was taken. An additional photo was taken in the same studio, but not neccessisarly at the same time. View the post, there are no responses
19672 Translation - Other

7/27/2011 4:07 PM This is my Ancestor born in Havneby in the Rømø Islands in Denmark called Andreas Arentzen ,the Father of Chresten Jensen Andreasen who was married my Jewish Ancestor Anna Margretha Kiebenick the Great Granddaugther of Benedictus Baruch Goldsmit born in the Netherlands abt 1686 in Amsterdam and died in Hamburg 1777 in Germany. His Fathers Tombstone is in Muiderberg in the Netherlands. JewishGen ID#367887 , The Johansen Family Tree. View the post, there are no responses
19669 Translation - Yiddish

7/27/2011 4:06 PM My father-in-law, Mayer and his first cousin Shoshana were the only survivors from their families. Shoshana moved to Israel before the war and later married Mordechai.

I believe that Mayer and Shoshana had more distant relative -- a cousin or great uncle -- that survived the war. I know this is a long shot but is he referenced? Does Shoshana mention the names of her parents?
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19665 Translation - Polish

7/27/2011 4:06 PM Inscription found on the back of class photo taken in Niebylec Galicia 1937. Translation appreciated. View the post, there are no responses
19666 Photo Identification

7/27/2011 4:06 PM Any information about the people in this photo? Front right is Yosef Rubinfeld. Taken in Niebylec Galicia View the post, there are no responses
19667 Translation - Yiddish

7/27/2011 4:06 PM This letter is on the back of a postcard with of a wonderful family picture. I am particularly interested in any first names that might be in the letter.

Thanking you in advance,

Earl Lesk
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19664 Photo Identification

7/27/2011 4:05 PM My grandfather, Wilhelm Stein is on the left. I want to know who the other two persons are. I believe that these may be members of the Bar Kochba student Zionist group in Prague apx 1910 or so. I know Wilhelm was in the group while a student. Could one of the people be Hugo Bergman? View the post, there are no responses
19660 Translation - German

7/27/2011 4:05 PM Please help with reading and translation in records 891 Johann Haarbleicher 13,5 years
and
892 Adelbert Haarbleicher 12 years
what's other information about this Russian Empire Revision records?
Please translate into English or Russian
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19661 Do you recognize?

7/27/2011 4:05 PM The woman on the right in the plaid dress is my relative, Sophie Engel, a daughter of Leontine Prinz and Siegmund Engel. Leontine, born in Holics, was a daughter of Wilhelm Prinz and Erzebet/Beti Chlamtatsch (both were born in Holics). Sofie, b. 1911, emigrated at some point to the UK. Does anyone recognize the other young woman in the photo? View the post, there are no responses
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