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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
35097 Tombstone

8/10/2014 3:50 PM I need help translating this headstone into English, any help will be greatly appreciated. The information will be posted in a memorial I created for this person in Find a Grave.

Thank You!
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35095 Translation - Polish

8/10/2014 3:49 PM I was just wondering if someone was able to translate this document for me. I am unsure of exact language used. Thank You :) View the post with its 1 response
35096 Tombstone

8/10/2014 3:49 PM I need help translating this headstone into English, any help will be greatly appreciated. The information will be posted in a memorial I created for this person in Find a Grave.

Thank You!
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35065 Translation - Polish

8/10/2014 3:48 PM Marriage record for Haja Ester Pytel and Hersz Flamholtz. I think the brides parents are Lejbus Pytel and Ruchla Laja Lewkowicz. Please confirm. Please give date of marriage, ages/occupation of bride and groom and names/occupations of parents of bride and groom. Is the groom from Glowno? Thanks! View the post with its 1 response
35052 Translation - Russian

8/10/2014 3:48 PM This is a record of the birth of Elya Grinfeld, daughter to Iszik Grinfeld and Yetta of Kopanka.
I would like a translation of this document, including Yetta's maiden name.
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35061 Translation - German

8/10/2014 3:48 PM This is a document found in a vital register.
Translation needed, to understand what it is.
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35032 Translation - German

8/10/2014 3:47 PM Last letter received from his father by my mother before he diseppear in Przemysl.

I do not succeed to translate in french all the letter and will be happy if some body can help me.

Thanks

Best regards
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34849 Tombstone

8/10/2014 3:47 PM I know this headstone is very hard to read. If you can see it well enough to translate the Hebrew into English, I would be very grateful. View the post with its 5 responses
34978 Translation - Polish

8/10/2014 3:47 PM Believed to be the birth record for Izrael Pinkus Milsztajn. I would love the whole story and would appreciate the names, dates and places, as well. View the post with its 1 response
35002 Translation - Polish

8/10/2014 3:47 PM Believed to be the marriage certificate for Dawid MILSZTAJN and Gitla GELLER. I would love the whole story and would appreciate the names, dates and places, as well. View the post, there are no responses
35089 Translation - Polish

8/6/2014 4:19 PM It would be great to have a complete translation, but I realize the image is poor and so vital information only would also be very much appreciated. This is my great grandmother, Sura Ester Blum's birth certificate. View the post with its 1 response
35090 Translation - German

8/6/2014 4:19 PM Please translate to English this image of the birth record of Anna Goldbach whose father was Bernard Goldbach son of Samuel Goldbach from Glosau and Barbara Klien from Putzeried and whose mother was Sara daughter of Joachim Hahn from Miletice and Anna daughter of Salomon Kandl from Janovice. View the post with its 2 responses
35091 Tombstone

8/6/2014 4:19 PM I would appreciate a translation of the Hebrew epitaph on this tombstone. Thank you very much. View the post with its 2 responses
35092 Translation - German

8/6/2014 4:19 PM Please translate into English this birth record of Leopold Hahn son of Markus Hahn and Theresia daughter of Samuel Goldbach and Barbara Klein from Putzeried. View the post with its 2 responses
35093 Translation - German

8/6/2014 4:19 PM Please translate this image into English. View the post with its 1 response
35086 Translation - Yiddish

8/6/2014 4:18 PM I'm seeking a translation of the message below which appeared on the back of a photo postcard. Thank you. View the post with its 2 responses
35088 Tombstone

8/6/2014 4:18 PM Hello! A translation of the Hebrew on the gravestone would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much! View the post with its 1 response
35082 Translation - Yiddish

8/6/2014 4:17 PM I'd appreciate a translation of message below which appeared on the reverse of a postcard. Correspondence originated in Poland. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
35085 Translation - Yiddish

8/6/2014 4:17 PM I'd appreciate a translation of the message below which was written on the reverse of a photo postcard. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
35080 Translation - German

8/6/2014 4:16 PM The letter was written to my husband's mother, Rosi Mosbacher Baczewski by her father, Hugo Mosbacher in March, 1940. Hugo left Nuremberg, Germany to escape Nazi persecution and along with his wife, Clemy entered the Netherlands illegally. They were in temporary detention in Amsterdam for 2 months and were scheduled to sail to New York on the S.SVeendam in May, 1940. Two days before their departure date, the Nazis invaded the netherlands and all visas were canceled. Hugo and Clemy were basically trapped in Amsterdam for three years before their deportation to Auschwitz. Thank you for your help. Judy Vasos-Baczewski View the post with its 2 responses
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