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27836 Tombstone

6/26/2013 4:20 PM I would appreciate a full translation.

Thank you very much.

Corinne
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27837 Tombstone

6/26/2013 4:20 PM I would appreciate a full translation please.

Thank you very much

Corinne
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27831 Translation - Hungarian

6/26/2013 4:20 PM Hungarian place-name: Can you please tell me the name of the town of origin of Markus Emanuel Deutsch and his wife, Sara Blau? I'd like the German approximation if possible and the modern version of the town name. Would also like to know the location of the town or region. View the post with its 2 responses
27826 Translation - Polish

6/26/2013 4:19 PM Please translate whatever possible

Thanks

Yossi Buchman
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27827 Translation - Polish

6/26/2013 4:19 PM Please translate whatever possible

Thanks

Yossi Buchman
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27830 Translation - Yiddish

6/26/2013 4:19 PM This is a new year's card I found in my great-grandparents belongings. It looks fairly recent (meaning in the 1960s, as they passed away late 60s/early 70s), and would have been written while they were living in Memphis, Tennessee, I believe. Curious about what it says. Not even sure if it was written by my great-grandmother or my great-grandfather. Thank you! View the post with its 2 responses
27795 Interpretation

6/26/2013 4:19 PM I would like to know what kind of document is this? An exit visa? Not sure why they mention Belgium and England in the same document.
Thanks
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27796 Interpretation

6/26/2013 4:19 PM I have absolutely no idea what this is! Any help would be appreciated? My relative Isabella Kornmehl Zeyda left Austria during the war and actually returned afterwards to live.
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27763 Translation - Polish

6/26/2013 4:18 PM Marriage affidavit of Ides Gutman, daughter of Berek and Sura Gutman. I would like to know if Ides was from Kock or elsewhere. It seems that Berek Gutman signed the affidavit, but the Berek Gutman (of Kock) who was my ancestor (3rd great grandfather) died in 1846. Possibly that there were more than one Berek Gutman's in Kock. View the post with its 1 response
27770 Tombstone

6/26/2013 4:18 PM I was wondering if someone can please translate the Hebrew into English for me, please? I know it’s hard to read, but thank you in advance!

~Erica H.
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27771 Tombstone

6/26/2013 4:18 PM I was wondering if someone can please translate the Hebrew into English for me, please? I know it’s hard to read, but thank you in advance!

~Erica H.
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27520 Translation - Other

6/26/2013 4:17 PM This is a distant cousin. The document is from a Czech website. I would like to know what it says.
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27736 Translation - Yiddish

6/26/2013 4:16 PM We are looking for information about our Josel and his family who perished during the Holocaust. The correspondence was sent to his brother Benjamin or mother, Chaja Ruchel, in the U.S. View the post with its 1 response
27737 Translation - Yiddish

6/26/2013 4:16 PM Correspondence between Josel Fiszelov in Pinsk and his brother Benjamin and mother Chaja Ruchel in the U.S. All family who remained in Belarus perished in the Holocaust. View the post with its 2 responses
27670 Translation - Polish

6/26/2013 4:16 PM Akt 145

Birth certificate , Brzeznica

Please translate Whatever is possible

Thank You
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25565 Translation - Hungarian

6/26/2013 4:16 PM Translate to English.
Looking for hints and dates of my Grandma's family.
I know she was family of six. my Grandma was
Malvine Herskovits Berger
sister-Irenk Herskovitz went to america with Grandma and died shortly after of TB cannot find any records of her. Their parents Morris and Hannah Kline Herskovits-died in Hungary 1903, 1905, Died TB. Brother and another sister died also in Hungary of TB.
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27655 Translation - Yiddish

6/26/2013 4:15 PM Most of this 1939 correspondence is between my great uncles, Josel Fishelov in Kachinovichi, Pinsk and his youngest brother, Ben Fisher and their mother Ida (Chaja Ruchel nee Sztejnberg) Fishelov/Fisher in the U.S. After Josel suddenly stopped writing and was presumed dead (his name did not appear in the 1941 German census of Pinsk), Ben made attempts to get information from the World Jewish Congress and a relative in Israel to find out what happened to him and his family. These beautiful postcards may hold some secrets of their last years of freedom before perishing in the Holocaust. View the post with its 1 response
27656 Translation - Yiddish

6/26/2013 4:15 PM Most of this correspondence is between my great uncles, Josel Fishelov in Kachinovichi, Pinsk and his youngest brother, Ben Fisher and their mother Ida (Chaja Ruchel nee Sztejnberg) Fishelov/Fisher in the U.S. After Josel suddenly stopped writing and was presumed dead (his name did not appear in the 1941 German census of Pinsk), Ben made attempts to get information from the World Jewish Congress and a relative in Israel to find out what happened to him and his family. These beautiful postcards may hold some secrets of their last years of freedom before perishing in the Holocaust. View the post with its 1 response
27657 Translation - Yiddish

6/26/2013 4:15 PM Holocaust era postcards between Pinsk and the U.S. (See Postcard 1B.jpg and Postcard 2B.jpg.) View the post with its 1 response
27819 Translation - Russian

6/23/2013 4:18 PM I would like to have this birth record translated (Names, Dates, Locations, Occupations...).

Thank you for your help.
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