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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 7/30/2014 4:36 PM
Family Surname: Cajgfinger-Glasman
Country: Poland
Town: Gniewoszow
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Here is the marriage record of my 3rd great granduncle.
I need the full translation or, at least, the most relevant information.

I think that there are more information that David had translated (thanks to him, anyway): place of birth of the people, the mentions in the margins...


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7/1/2014 4:58 AM Not word for word but all vital info.

Marr. 10 reg. in Gniewoszow Aug 30, 1829 of Szlama CAJGFINGER, 24, hatter from Gniewoszow, son of Rubin and Bayla Abramowicz to Rywka Ruchla Chaymow GLASMAN, 25, from Granica, dau. of Herszek and Sora Maryem Szlamowicz. Witnesses: Szmul LANGLEBEN, farmer, Kiwa Szmulewicz LANGLEBEN, Leybus Wolfowicz SZULMAN, poor man, 38, Mosek Abramowicz LUTENBERG, tailor, 40
7/30/2014 6:13 AM No 10 Town of Gniewoszow

It came to pass in the Town of Gniewoszow on the thirtieth day of August in the year of one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine at the hour of seven in the evening. Appeared personally orthodox Jew Kiwa Langleben the son of Szmul, a local farm-owner, accompanied by

orthodox Jew Szlama Ceigfingier the son of Rubin, the bachelor, a cap-maker, residing in the Town of Gniewoszow, twenty-four-years of age, born in the Town of Gniewoszow to Rubin the son of Abram and Bayla, the Ceigfingiers, a married couple from Gniewoszow of whom the mother was not alive anymore at the time,

and Rywka Ruchla Gisman {formerly} the wife of Chaym, the widow, twenty-five years of age, born to Herszek the son of Szlama and Sora Maryim, the Glasmans, a married couple residing in Granica of whom the father was not alive anymore at the time, making a living from the trade in flour,

and declared before us in the presence of Rubin Ceigfingier, the father of Szlama, and Sora Maryim Glasman, the mother of Rywka Ruchla, as well as in the presence of witnesses, that is to say, orthodox Jew Leybus Szulman the son of Wolf, a cooper, thirty-eight years of age, and Motek Luxenberg the son of Abram, a tailor, forty years of age, both of them residing here in Gniewoszow,

that the religious marriage had been entered into in front of him that day by Szlama Ceigfingier the son of Rubin and Rywka Ruchla Gisman {formerly} the wife of Chaym, following

triple proclamation of banns, that is to say, on the eighth, the fifteenth and the twenty-second day of August of the current year, held in the Town of Gniewoszow for both the newlywed Szlama and the newlywed Rywka Ruchla,

and verbal consent to contracting the said matrimony granted by Rubin Ceigfingier and Sora Maryim Glasman, the parents of the newly married couple, both of them present here,

and no objections relating to existing impediments to that matrimony raised by anyone,

and, as per the newlyweds’ statement, no premarital agreement at all made by them between each other, either privately or officially.

The actual act was read aloud to the appearers and the witnesses and subsequently signed by Kiwa Langleben the son of Szmul. The other appearers did not know how to write.

The following denotes Kiwa Langleben the son of Szmul (signed)

Jan Kowalski (signed), the Responsible for the Maintenance of Civil Registration Records
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