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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
25405 Interpretation

12/30/2012 4:10 PM This is an image from badatelna.cz of a death listing, in German, from a Bohemian Sterbe-Matrik for my 5th great-uncle, Markus Richter. I would like a single word deciphered and probably translated or commented: the one that begins with "Synagog...." I'll be very grateful for your contributions. View the post with its 1 response
25406 Translation - Polish

12/30/2012 4:10 PM Marriage document, Idel Lejb Galop and Chawa Kiper. Trying to find names of parents of Chawa and occupation of anyone involved. View the post with its 1 response
25407 Translation - Russian

12/30/2012 4:10 PM Searching for the parents of this Zelman Czesny, born 1862 in Dubienka. The document translation can help me determine if he is related to me or not. I have an ancestor named Zelman Czesny as well. View the post with its 2 responses
25410 Translation - Russian

12/30/2012 4:10 PM Please translate if possible word by word
thanks
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25411 Translation - Russian

12/30/2012 4:10 PM Please translate if possible word by word
thanks
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25412 Translation - Russian

12/30/2012 4:10 PM Please translate if possible word by word
Thanks
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25384 Do you recognize?

12/30/2012 4:09 PM The woman in the black dress is my maternal grandfather's 1st cousin, Pola Kuperschmidt-Bavitch (nee: Feigenbaum) originally from Lublin, Poland. Her 2nd husband, Chaim Bavitch (head of the Arbeiter's Ring, T'A) is to her left. Her 1st husband and baby daughter both perished in the Shoah around 1941.

Re: The rest of the people - can anyone out there identify them? Some bear striking resemblance to my family, especially the tall older man in the middle and others. This was taken in Tel Aviv in the late 1950s or so. Please answer me privately. My email: Rashi67@hotmail.com

Thanks!

Rashi Rosenzweig

Ra'anana, ISRAEL
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25307 Translation - Polish

12/30/2012 4:09 PM This is the birthcertificate of of my gd gd mother sister
Please translate
tnx
Eran
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25308 Translation - Polish

12/30/2012 4:09 PM This is the death certificate of of my gd gd mother sister (or other erlative)
Please translate
tnx
Eran
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24964 Tombstone

12/30/2012 4:09 PM Hi, old grave, can anyone read the hebrew.
kind regards
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24965 Tombstone

12/30/2012 4:09 PM Hi there,
old grave, if possible can anyone red the hebrew.
thanks and kind regards.
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24962 Tombstone

12/30/2012 4:08 PM Very hard task.
can anyone read the hebrew on the grave.
kind regards.
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24963 Tombstone

12/30/2012 4:08 PM Hi there, can someone translate the hebrew.
kind regards
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25349 Translation - Yiddish

12/30/2012 4:04 PM I believe this to be a letter in 1905 from my grandmother, Sophie Holman, in New York City, to her fiance, Morris Sugarman, in Meriden, CT.

I would like to get a full translation, if possible, as we are looking for names of relatives.

We believe her sisters and mother, Necha (Anna) were in NYC at this time.
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25350 Translation - Yiddish

12/30/2012 4:04 PM This image is of the first two pages of a letter that is likely between my grandfather (Morris Sugarman) and grandmother (Sophie Holman Sugarman.

Would like a full translation, as this will help us identify who, what, when, where, and why.
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25351 Translation - Yiddish

12/30/2012 4:04 PM This image is of pages 3 and 4 of a letter that is likely between my grandfather (Morris Sugarman) and grandmother (Sophie Holman Sugarman.

Would like a full translation, as this will help us identify who, what, when, where, and why.
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25301 Translation - German

12/30/2012 4:03 PM This document is the second page of a four part letter or affidavit related to the marriage of Abraham DECKER and Rebecka ARON. They were married in 1822 in Gauersheim, in the Pfalz region of what was then Bavaria. I would like to have a transcription and a translation of the document. View the post with its 1 response
25302 Translation - German

12/30/2012 4:03 PM This document is the third page of a four part letter or affidavit related to the marriage of Abraham DECKER and Rebecka ARON. They were married in 1822 in Gauersheim, in the Pfalz region of what was then Bavaria. I would like to have a transcription and a translation of the document. View the post with its 2 responses
25303 Translation - German

12/30/2012 4:03 PM This document is the fourth page of a four part letter or affidavit related to the marriage of Abraham DECKER and Rebecka ARON. They were married in 1822 in Gauersheim, in the Pfalz region of what was then Bavaria. I would like to have a transcription and a translation of the document. View the post, there are no responses
25331 Do you recognize?

12/30/2012 4:02 PM Does anyone recognize this young man who lived in Detroit in the 1940's?

Please respond via email bramsey@itensemble.com

Thanks in advance,
Brenda Ramsey
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