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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 2/5/2014 3:57 PM
Family Surname: GLIKMAN, SZULKLEJNOT
Country: Poland
Town: Warsaw
Date of Image: 1864
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This document is about the Marriage of Rachmiel GLIKMAN (1839-1906) to Faygi SZULKLEJNOT (1844-1901) in Warsaw in 1864. I am looking for a translation and confirmation of the facts I know. I am hoping to get more information about the family, locations, and anything else that is written.

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1/17/2014 12:13 PM Marr. reg. in Warszawa Nov 19, 1864 of Rachmiel GLIKMAN, 45, widower, son of Mendel and Sura to Fajga SZULKLEJNOT, son of G..lo? and Cylka Szmulow
1/20/2014 5:23 AM Sorry, Rachmil was 25 and not a widower.
2/9/2014 11:08 AM Please add that Rachmil's age was 21 and that he was a widow. Also add that Fajga was also a widow, and that her age was 20, and she was from Radom. Not mentioned is Fanny. Maybe Fajga was also known as Fanny.
2/21/2014 7:35 AM It came to pass in Warsaw on the ninth day of November in the year of one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four at the hour of one in the afternoon. We hereby make known that in the presence of witnesses Icyk Rotsztain, a trader, forty-five years of age, residing at number two thousand five hundred and eighty-three, and Hersz Guzik, a tailor, seventy-eight years of age, residing at number two thousand and three hundred, the religious marriage was solemnized on the twelfth day of December of last year between

the bachelor Rachmiel Glikman, a day labourer, twenty-five years of age, native of Warsaw, residing in a house at number one thousand and eight hundred, the son of Mendel Glikman, not alive anymore, and Sura

and the maiden Fayga Szulklejnot, twenty years of age, native of Warsaw, residing at number one thousand and eight hundred, the daughter of Gdala Szulklejnot and Cylka the daughter of Szmul.

The marriage had been preceded by triple proclamation of banns in Capital City of Warsaw District Six held on the tenth, the seventeenth and the twenty-fourth day of November of last year. No premarital agreement had been made. The religious marriage ceremony was fulfilled by Hersz Goldstadt, the clergyman of District Six. Thus read and signed by myself and the clergyman whereas the spouses and the witnesses did not know how to write.
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