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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 1/15/2014 4:47 PM
Family Surname: kaluska aliezr
Country: Poland
Town: kalizs
Date of Image: 1852
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I would be glad to get a translation of this document,its a marriage certificate of my great grandparents

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1/16/2014 4:35 AM It came to pass in Kalisz on the twenty-fourth day of February in the year of one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two at the hour of five in the afternoon. Appeared personally Orthodox Jew Zacharjasz Wajngott, the Deputy Rabbi of Orthodox Jews in Kalisz, together with

Icek Lajzer Kaliski, a teacher from Kalisz, an Orthodox Jew, the bachelor who had already turned eighteen years of age, born there in Kalisz to Michal and Rasza, the Kaliskis, a married couple, the szkolniks residing in Kalisz,

and Szyfra Brajna Weltzman, living off her parents in Kalisz, an Orthodox Jew, the maiden twenty-one years of age, born there in Kalisz to Kasrjel and Cyrla, the Weltzmans, a married couple, the teachers,

and declared in the presence of witnesses Abraham Juda Glanternik, the weaver twenty-six years of age, and Mozes Michal Glanternik, the day labourer fifty years of age, both of them Orthodox Jews residing there in Kalisz as well,

that the religious marriage had been solemnized before him on the ninth day January of the current year between Icek Lajzer Kaliski and Szyfra Brajna Weltzman, following triple proclamation of banns to the gathering of people during services held in the local synagogue on the twentieth day of December and the twenty-seventh day of December of last year as well as the third day of January of the current year, and verbal consent to marriage granted by Michal Kaliski, the father of Icek Lajzer, and Kasrjel Weltzman, the father of Szyfra Brajna, both of them present there, and no marriage impeding had occurred. The actual certificate was read aloud to the appeared witnesses and signed by the very same after it was drawn up.
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