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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 11/20/2013 3:42 PM
Family Surname: GRINBERG
Country: Poland
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11/21/2013 12:06 PM 200. Siedlce, September 14/26, 1852, 7 am
Death record
The deceased: Abram Chaimowicz GRYNBERG, married, home-owner, peddler, 78, son of late Chaim and late Rywka GRYNBERG.
Survivor: wife Fejga and 15 children, from 1st marriage with late Perla 7 children - two sons and five daughters; from 2nd marriage with Fejga 8 daughters.
Witnesses: Judko Dawidowicz GRYNBERG, peddler, 33, and Jakob KASZTENBAUM, stall-keeper, 24, both living in Siedlce.
12/7/2013 6:44 AM It came to pass in the Town of Siedlce on the twenty-sixth day of September in the year of one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two at the hour of seven in the morning. Appeared personally Orthodox Jew called Judko Grynberg the son of Dawid, a trader thirty-three years of age, and Orthodox Jew called Jakob Ksztenbaum, a stallholder twenty-four years of age, both of them residing here in Siedlce, and jointly declared that Orthodox Jew called Abram Grynberg the son of Chaim, a married householder and trader seventy-eight years of age, the son of Chaim and Rywka, the Grynbergs, a married couple, neither of them alive anymore, had deceased that day at the hour of two after midnight, leaving behind, as per testimony of the appeared, his widowed wife Fejga and his fifteen children as follows: seven out of them, namely five sons and two daughters, born to his first wife Perla, as of today not alive anymore, and the remaining eight, the daughters, born to his second wife Fejga, still alive. The death of Abram Grynberg the son of Chaim had been ascertained by the eyewitness. The actual certificate was read aloud to the appeared, of whom the first-mentioned Judko was a relative of the deceased, and subsequently signed by both of them and myself.


Judka Dawidowicz Grunberg (signed in Polish)
Jakub Kasztenbaum (signed in Polish)
The Civil Registrar (signed)
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