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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 4/21/2013 4:34 PM
Family Surname: Imber
Town: Zbarazh, Galicia
Date of Image: 1882
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I am seeking a direct translation of a portion of the birth record of my grandmother. I put asterisks next to the lines I need help with. The first one should be day of birth (dzien), the second should be day of naming, and the last is probably house (N. domu) or (Haus N. in German) but probably refers to the location of the naming ceremony. Thank you so much!

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4/22/2013 1:49 AM 1) acht und zwanzigsten (28th)
2) neun und zwanzigsten (29th)
3) I decipher Bethscheln but it makes no sense to me.
4/22/2013 10:42 AM I read Zabaran
4/22/2013 10:42 AM I read Zbaran
4/22/2013 10:45 PM I read as follows:

"achtundzwanzigsten Juli" (July, 28th) "1882" [the following words just could be a mistake: it looks like "zwei" (like the written number "two" in "1882" or even the last syllable of the place "Zbaraz" [the z with a dot is pronounced "zh"]. Place of birth was "Zbaraz[h], [house Nr.] 46", the naming was then the following day: "neunundzwanzigsten Juli" (July 29th) "1882" at "Zbaraz[h], Bethschule" (Cheder/"praying school" in Zbarazh).

Kind regards, Alex. FRANZ (Mainz/Germany)
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