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46275 Translation - Other

4/20/2016 2:53 PM Please help translate this birth record of Maita Brandstein from Czechoslovakia (Third from bottom).
it can be Hungarian or Czechׄ
especialy I would like to know what is written in the comment on the right.

thank you
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46276 Translation - Yiddish

4/20/2016 2:53 PM I'd like to have the translation from Yiddish from this note on the back of a photo of my grandmother: Dorothy Brzozowski. View the post with its 3 responses
46240 Translation - Yiddish

4/20/2016 2:52 PM Is this the same woman at three different ages? I know that the woman on the left standing over the cadaver is Mira, or Mirka. I believe she is one of the two younger girls in the bottom picture. Could it be that she is also the older woman in the upper right? I am looking for any hints. I think it is likely that all or most of our Bobruisk family were killed by the Nazis, because my great aunt Edith (Yudith, Judith) kept in close touch with them before the war, including her niece Mira. The only thing I can find post-war is the photo in the upper right. My working hypothesis: Mira was away at Medical School in 1939. She was still away in 1941 when the Nazis took Bobruisk and murdered most of the Jews. Mira survived because she was away. I have posted the two pre-war photos before but I am putting them together with the postwar one for your convenience. I also welcome any thoughts about resemblance between the three women. Thanks! Mira would be my mom's first cousin. View the post, there are no responses
46082 Translation - Russian

4/20/2016 2:52 PM THis is a record of the death od Mosek Blumberg in Warsaw in 1893. He may be my gggrandfather but I need to see details. View the post with its 1 response
46081 Translation - Russian

4/20/2016 2:51 PM This is a record of the death of Abraham Mosek Blumberg, dated 1869.
I also have a death record for Mosek Blumberg, died 1893 (next record).
One of these may be my gggrandfather Mosek Blumberg - or not. I need to see details.
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29295 Translation - Yiddish

4/20/2016 2:51 PM Translation View the post with its 3 responses
29296 Translation - Yiddish

4/20/2016 2:51 PM Translation View the post with its 1 response
29297 Translation - Yiddish

4/20/2016 2:51 PM translation View the post with its 1 response
29294 Translation - Yiddish

4/20/2016 2:50 PM Translation View the post with its 2 responses
15435 Photo Identification

4/20/2016 2:50 PM I believe these are more Sinder relatives in New Jersey. View the post, there are no responses
6881 Do you recognize?

4/20/2016 2:49 PM 1930s New York: cousins of Jack Rosenfield (Yanchel Sloime) of Iasi, Romania View the post, there are no responses
6939 Do you recognize?

4/20/2016 2:49 PM Male Graduate 1930s New York - Rosenfield?? View the post with its 2 responses
6940 Do you recognize?

4/20/2016 2:49 PM Lady 1930s New York - Rosenfield?? View the post, there are no responses
6941 Do you recognize?

4/20/2016 2:49 PM Young Man 1930s New York - Rosenfield?? View the post, there are no responses
6942 Do you recognize?

4/20/2016 2:49 PM Rosenfield (Sloime) family of Iasi, Romania late 1890s
Samuel (Smil), Jack (Yanchel), Clara, Rachel (Rasel)
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46268 Translation - Polish

4/17/2016 4:56 PM I'm interested in all genealogical information including names, towns, occupations, dates.
Thank you.
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46269 Translation - Polish

4/17/2016 4:56 PM Please translate this marriage document. Names of town or Village, Names of Bride and Grown, Ages, Occupations, Date of Marriage, etc.

Thank you
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46270 Translation - Polish

4/17/2016 4:56 PM Please translate this marriage document. Names of towns, bride, groom, ages, dates, names of parents, etc.


Thank you
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46271 Translation - Russian

4/17/2016 4:56 PM Please translate this death record. Name of deceased; town, parents, spouse, etc.

Thank you.
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46272 Interpretation

4/17/2016 4:56 PM Attached is an excerpt from an application for citizenship of my great-uncle. Can you help interpret the handwritten line in between the lines with the passport information of my great uncle and his wife? It seems to say "Has no ???"
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