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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
34841 Translation - Yiddish

7/20/2014 3:34 PM This handwriting is on the reverse of a photo of what I think is my grandfather Joseph Jacob Eisenberg as a very young man (he was born in 1892 in Warszawa). I would like to know what the writing says, or at the least, whose photo this was and to whom the photo was sent.

Sincerely,
Martha Eisenberg Lasser
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34842 Translation - Russian

7/20/2014 3:34 PM everything(all the information in this birth certificate. and please please please don't ignore from the details In the right corner. View the post with its 1 response
34832 Tombstone

7/20/2014 3:33 PM
I would appreciate a translation please. Thank you very much.

Corinne
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34833 Tombstone

7/20/2014 3:33 PM
I would appreciate a translation please. Thank you very much.

Corinne
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34834 Tombstone

7/20/2014 3:33 PM I would appreciate a translation please. Thank you very much.

Corinne
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34835 Tombstone

7/20/2014 3:33 PM I would appreciate a translation please. Thank you very much.

Corinne
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34837 Translation - Hebrew

7/20/2014 3:33 PM Seeking translation of short excerpt from the Piotrkow-Trybunalski Yizkor book about Rabbi Szmul Zeynvel Zarski. View the post with its 1 response
34838 Do you recognize?

7/20/2014 3:33 PM This photo was taken of Szlama Kenigsman with his wife and two children in Lodz, Poland in 1929. It was given to my grandmother before she left for America, so that she would remember her friends. Does anyone recognize them? Perhaps they were your grandparents or great grandparents. I don't know if they survived the Holocaust. View the post, there are no responses
34839 Translation - Polish

7/20/2014 3:33 PM Interested in the information from this unusually detailed death record for Chana Landau nee Ettinger of Chelm (1779-1837) -- names, places, relationships. Thanks in advance.

Adam Goodheart
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34829 Translation - German

7/20/2014 3:32 PM The four panels are from the birth records of four children with the same mother. Are there any differences between these and in particular is the town of origin always listed as Cestitz (Cestice). Also, are the names of the mother always listed as Joachim and Theresia. View the post with its 1 response
34830 Translation - Polish

7/20/2014 3:32 PM Akt 13

This marriage in Plawno is very important to me as it contains parents names and residence's.

I would appreciate an exact translation if possible

Thanks

Yossi Buchman
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34831 Tombstone

7/20/2014 3:32 PM
I would appreciate a translation please. Thank you very much.

Corinne
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34821 Translation - Polish

7/20/2014 3:29 PM Death record of Leybko FERDMAN of Terespol, 1828. need extraction of:
1. age of death, occupation, town/s
1. parents names and surnames, towns, status (living/deceased)
2. status - married/widower
3. surviving wife/children
4. other family mentioned.
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34822 Translation - Polish

7/20/2014 3:29 PM Death record of Meier FERDMAN of Terespol, 1832. need extraction of:
1. age at death, occupation, town/s
2. parents names and surnames, towns, status (living/deceased)
3. status - married/widower
4. surviving wife/children
5. other family mentioned.
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34823 Translation - Yiddish

7/20/2014 3:29 PM Translation of burial information, especially who provided the information, and their address/relationship. Thanks
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34826 Translation - Russian

7/20/2014 3:29 PM Please translate this postcard.
Thanks
Rachel
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34827 Translation - Russian

7/20/2014 3:29 PM Please translate this postcard.
Thank you,
Rachel
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34813 Translation - Polish

7/20/2014 3:28 PM please translate letter and there is a second page.
thank you!
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34814 Translation - Polish

7/20/2014 3:28 PM Second page of previous image.
Thank you, Rachel
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34815 Translation - Russian

7/20/2014 3:28 PM please identify the language to be translated. Not sure if Cyrillic, Yiddish, Latin or other...and if there are translators if not part of pull down menu selection. I will upload the second page after I hear back from you.

Thank you,
Rachel
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