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33192 Photo Identification

4/9/2014 5:15 PM May be someone can recognize the kind of military or police attire that my uncle, Schmulek Fraimowicz (or Froimowicz, Froimowitz, Turner) was wearing in this picture?
Apparently the photo was taken during the nazi retreat from Russia and Poland in the 1944-45's winter, when Schmuleck was part of some kind of auxiliary force.
I also have grupal pictures of many middle-aged men in those same attires (included a cousin of ours), all them seems jews. Schmuleck was from Wloczszowa, Kielce Province in Poland and lived sometime in Lodz. He ran away to the USSR after the nazi invasion of 1939. TIA
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33193 Translation - Russian

4/9/2014 5:15 PM I believe this is a birth record for Josel Kaplan, son of Iankel and Leia, born in Stakliskes (Stoklishok), Lithuania, 20 March 1912. I would appreciate a direct translation of as much of the record as possible. I would be especially interested in knowing the names of the fathers of Iankel and Leia. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
33185 Translation - Polish

4/9/2014 5:14 PM Dear all, this is a vital record of my ancestors from Kozienice, his familly name was Szames. I would like if possible, the most possibledetailed translation.

Kind regards to all
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33186 Translation - Polish

4/9/2014 5:14 PM Dear all, this is a vital record of my ancestors from Kozienice, his familly name was Szames. I would like if possible, the most possibledetailed translation.

Kind regards to all
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33187 Translation - Polish

4/9/2014 5:14 PM Dear all, this is a vital record of my ancestors from Kozienice, his familly name was Szames. I would like if possible, the most possibledetailed translation.

Kind regards to all
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33184 Translation - Polish

4/9/2014 5:13 PM Dear all, this is a vital record of my ancestors from Kozienice, his familly name was Szames. I would like if possible, the most possibledetailed translation.

Kind regards to all
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33183 Translation - Polish

4/9/2014 5:12 PM Dear all, this is a vital record of my ancestors from Kozienice, his familly name was Szames. I would like if possible, the most possibledetailed translation.

Kind regards to all
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33170 Tombstone

4/9/2014 5:11 PM Tiraspol project - 20543

I think that the last name is NAPADENSKIY...
Any other information?

Thank you,
Yefim
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33172 Do you recognize?

4/9/2014 5:11 PM my grandmother alla ostrowicz is the second one in the left
i think tis was taken after the waqr in the dp camp but i don't know
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33169 Translation - German

4/9/2014 5:10 PM Translation please. View the post with its 1 response
33166 Translation - German

4/9/2014 5:09 PM This is part of a marriage record. I would greatly appreciate help with the translation. View the post with its 1 response
33167 Translation - German

4/9/2014 5:09 PM Part of a marriage record. I would greatly appreciate help with the translation. View the post with its 1 response
33168 Translation - German

4/9/2014 5:09 PM Translation please, and any ideas on the family name? after Pessie. View the post with its 1 response
33165 Translation - German

4/9/2014 5:08 PM This is another piece from a marriage record. It is probably mostly in German but might also be partly in Romanian. I would greatly appreciate help with the translation. View the post with its 1 response
33161 Translation - German

4/9/2014 5:07 PM I would like to have this death record translated (Names, Dates, Locations, Occupations...).

It was registered in Bas Rhin (Alsace). The place is now spelled Scherwiller.

Thank you for your help.
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33162 Translation - Russian

4/9/2014 5:07 PM Would appreciate all details of wedding between Malka Perla SZPIONEK and Wulf Ber HANDLARZ. Am especially interested in the mother of Malka Perla-- Ryfka Lanszryder? all information possible.
Thank you.
Mady Land
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33163 Translation - Other

4/9/2014 5:07 PM Part of a birth record. It is hard to read. sorry. If someone could please translate, it would be greatly appreciated. I believe this is in Romanian. View the post with its 1 response
33158 Translation - German

4/9/2014 5:06 PM I would like to have this birth record translated (Names, Dates, Locations, Occupations...).

It was registered in Bas Rhin (Alsace). The place is now spelled Scherwiller.

Thank you for your help.
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33159 Tombstone

4/9/2014 5:06 PM I would like the surname or given names of any relative noted on the tombstone. Does it have the name of her father or mother? View the post with its 1 response
33160 Translation - German

4/9/2014 5:06 PM I would like to have this birth record translated (Names, Dates, Locations, Occupations...).

It was registered in Bas Rhin (Alsace). The place is now spelled Scherwiller.

Thank you for your help.
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