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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 2/13/2013 4:17 PM
Family Surname: Handelsman
Country: Poland
Town: Michow
Date of Image: 1844
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This is the birth record of one of my great grandmothers - Esther Shaindel Handelsman - in Michow, Lublin, Poland in 1844. I would like a full translation but am especially interested in details about Esther's parents - names, ages, occupation. Thanks in advance.

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2/16/2013 8:53 AM All this took place in the Town of Michow on the twenty-second day of July in the year of one thousand eight hundred and forty-four at the hour of nine in the morning. Appeared personally Orthodox Jew Dawid Handeleman residing in the Village of Rudno, making a living from his tenancy*, twenty-seven years of age, accompanied by witnesses, namely Orthodox Jews Leybus Borenbaum, the member of synagogue supervisory board sixty-four years of age and Boruch Goldsztain, the szkolnik sixty-five years of age and showed us female baby who had been born in the Village of Rudno on the fourteenth day of July of the current year at the hour of twelve at night to his spouse Perla the daughter of Leybus, twenty-four years of age, to whom the name had been given Szandla. The above certificate as read aloud to the appeared and the witnesses and was subsequently signed by the father and the witnesses.


Dawid Handeleman, the Father (signed)
Leybus Borenbaum, the Witness (signed)
Boruch Goldsztain, the Witness (signed)
Leopold Freimann, Responsible for maintaining the Civil Register (signed)

NOTES: The places referred to above are Michów & Rudno near Michów in the Lubelskie Voivodeship
*Dawid Handeleman's occupation is being described as "pachciarz" literally meaning "tenant"; although no direct indication is avilable as to what the object of his tenancy was, it was definitely the source of his income

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