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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
837 Translation - Other

4/23/2003 Shalom,

Can you decipher the word underline with red?
It is a first name and the family name is Ziffer.
Please note that the "b" letter from the word below merges with the first letter of the "wanted" word.

Thanks in advance,

Eyal.
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838 Tombstone

4/23/2003 Can someone please translate this Hebrew gravestone to English? View the post with its 1 response
839 Translation - Hebrew

4/23/2003 Need help translating the Hebrew text on the grave marker for Emanuel (b. 1819; d. 12/4/1876) & Katherine TEICHNER (b 1820; d. 3/30/1881). The family is originally from Hungary. The grave marker is in a cemetery in Detroit, Michigan, USA. View the post with its 1 response
840 Translation - Hebrew

4/23/2003 Need help translating the Hebrew text on this grave marker for the HIRSCHMANN family, Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, USA. Family members include Friedrich and Fanny Hirschmann, originally from Fuerth, Germany. View the post, there are no responses
841 Translation - Russia

4/23/2003 Birth Record Judka Don, Brok View the post, there are no responses
842 Translation - Russia

4/23/2003 Birth Record Mosek Don, Brok View the post, there are no responses
843 Translation - Russia

4/23/2003 Birth Record Masha Don, Brok View the post, there are no responses
822 Translation - Polish

4/20/2003 Can someone please help to translate the pencil written caption from reverse of photo? Kind thanks for any assistance given. View the post, there are no responses
823 Translation - Yiddish

4/20/2003 transcription in Yiddish on the back of a photo from Argentina View the post, there are no responses
824 Translation - Yiddish

4/20/2003 pages 1-2 of 1936 letter in Yiddish from Argentina View the post, there are no responses
825 Translation - Yiddish

4/20/2003 pages 1-2 of 1936 letter in Yiddish from Argentina View the post, there are no responses
826 Translation - Yiddish

4/20/2003 pages 3-4 of 1936 letter in Yiddish from Argentina View the post, there are no responses
827 Translation - Yiddish

4/20/2003 pages 3-4 of 1936 letter in Yiddish from Argentina View the post, there are no responses
828 Do you recognize?

4/20/2003 sam shiff & family u.s.a.brother of my grandfather shimon(simcha) View the post, there are no responses
829 Do you recognize?

4/20/2003 sam buckantz& family u.s.a. View the post, there are no responses
830 Photo Identification

4/20/2003 relation to shiff family? View the post, there are no responses
831 Photo Identification

4/20/2003 sisters of frumma golda langman?nee shiff. View the post, there are no responses
834 Translation - German

4/20/2003 The marriage between Gustav Steiner and Anna Maria Fest.
I have uploaded tree jpg:s of this. First the whole record. Then the part left of Gustav Steiner that is difficult to read. And also the right part where I'm intrested of the adress of Ignatz Steiner
On the right part I'm intrested of the first "Zeuge Ignatz Steiner" what it sais after Wohnhaft.
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835 Translation - German

4/20/2003 The death of Artur Steiner. I think it's a title after the name Artur Steiner. But I can't read it. View the post with its 2 responses
836 Translation - German

4/20/2003 The death of Rudolf Steiner. I can read everything except the ?.
Rudolf Steiner, Chaufferu, mosaisch, geboren in Mirowitz, ?, zustšndig aus Wien.
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