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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
25309 Translation - Polish

1/2/2013 4:13 PM This is the birthcertificate of of my gd gd mother brother
Please translate
tnx
Eran
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25310 Translation - Polish

1/2/2013 4:13 PM This is the birth certificate of of my gd gd mother sister
Please translate
tnx
Eran
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25438 Photo Identification

12/30/2012 4:16 PM I recently received via e-mail a powerpoint slideshow with photos about pre-war Jewish life in Eastern Europe. I would like to use the above photo ("A Galician Jew") for a publication I am preparing but I do not know who earns the copyrights and/or what the source of the photo is. The 'properties' of the ppt file (created in 2006) mention a Landau Mickey. If you believe that this is copyrighted and you are/know the owner, please contact me.
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25439 Tombstone

12/30/2012 4:16 PM I can not read the bottom line under the name, maybe it's a name of a place? View the post with its 5 responses
25434 Translation - German

12/30/2012 4:15 PM Please see previous request. View the post with its 1 response
25435 Translation - German

12/30/2012 4:15 PM Please refer to previous request View the post with its 1 response
25436 Tombstone

12/30/2012 4:15 PM I can not understand what is written in the bottom lines, and can not find a date. Can someone help me? thanks View the post with its 3 responses
25430 Tombstone

12/30/2012 4:14 PM I would like to see if the Hebrew can get translated into English, please?!

Thank you so much,
Erica
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25431 Tombstone

12/30/2012 4:14 PM I would like to see if the Hebrew can get translated into English, please?!

Thank you so much,
Erica
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25432 Translation - German

12/30/2012 4:14 PM Dear Jewish Gen Friends,

I've posted 4 German language documents.
I would appreciate it very much if the following documents about my great grandfather could be translated.
Please respond using the form in the ViewMate application

Thanking you,

Evelyn Frybort
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25433 Translation - German

12/30/2012 4:14 PM Please refer to previous request. View the post with its 2 responses
25427 Translation - German

12/30/2012 4:14 PM Viennese Death Certificate part 1: Barbara Raz Wechsler translated the headings for me...but can anyone read the question marked script...I've tried:

Sterbebuch uber die in Wien bie der Israelites = Death book about the Deaths in Vienna for the Israelites

Yahr, Monat und Tag = Year, Month, Day…
bes Sterbens, ber Beerbigung =Date of Death, Date of Burial [16December F.U.Alenh,??][19December GUUM?]

Der Verstorbenen Vor Und Zunamen Nebst Charakter= Name & Surname of the deceased, together with his occupation (For children and those uncared for, also name and occupation of their parents; for women and widows, name and occupation of their spouses; for foreigners, their homeland).

[Samuel Stecher elminhandler?? und Zmigrod in Galicia …note: this was his town of birth] from Zmigrod in Galicia]



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25428 Translation - German

12/30/2012 4:14 PM Viennese Death Certificate Park 2

ledig, verheiratet oder verwitwet = unmarried, married or widowed [male, married]
Alter=age [57]

Ort und Hausnummer wo der Sterbefall statt fand: place and house number where the person died
[Alsergrund Pangussa? No.9 ilmal. Vyital???]



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25422 Translation - Polish

12/30/2012 4:13 PM This is the marriage report of my grand-grand mother&father. I am looking for:
The names of the parents and previous generation. The names of the witnesses.
Report about adoption.
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25423 Translation - German

12/30/2012 4:13 PM Please translate yellow highlighted words in marriage record: Mendel Unk & Dewora BADT. Cannot determine Mendel's last name. Village was Rogasen, Posen, Prussia today Rogozno Poland.
Thanks
Suzanne Donachie
Sacramento, California

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25424 Translation - Polish

12/30/2012 4:13 PM Please provide the names mentioned in this death record for Mosiek Weltman. View the post with its 1 response
25425 Translation - Polish

12/30/2012 4:13 PM Please provide the names mentioned in this marriage record. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
25421 Translation - Yiddish

12/30/2012 4:12 PM This song describes my father's ancestral town. It was dedicated to the Piater (Pyatigory) Progressive Benevolent Society of New York. I would like to have it translated to present to the Piaterer Verein of Hartford, CT. I also have a .doc file of the Yiddish transliteration (English characters), if the quality of this image is too poor to read. Thank you. View the post with its 5 responses
25413 Translation - Polish

12/30/2012 4:11 PM please can i have a full translation/extract of this document i really appreciate it View the post with its 1 response
25414 Translation - Russian

12/30/2012 4:11 PM please can i have a full translation of this marriage certificate it could be a major break through in my family history thanks in advance i really appreciate it View the post with its 1 response
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