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Submitted by Jessica Zering

Information Picture Question
Category: Translation - German
Approval Date: 3/16/2014 4:08 PM
Family Surname: Ziering, Reinharz
Country: Austria
Town: Vienna
Date of Image: 1915
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This is a marriage record for my great aunt and uncle. I am hoping for a translation of the headings of each column as well as what's inside them. Thank you!

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3/22/2014 2:34 PM date of marriage: 2.11.1915
place of marriage/adress: Section of city II; Tempelgasse 3
dates of the announcements: 9.10.1915 and 16.10.1915 and 23.10.1915 (it was custom/legal to announce three times)
on 14.10.1915 both did show their birth certificates

Simon Ziering recte/legally more correctly Langer born as is said at Rachin
age or date of year of birth: [?I cannot read this!]
civil status: widowed
place of living city section II, Rembrandstr 30

bride: Feige Reinhart born as is said at Bolechow
Age: (Again I read here “Gr” which does not make sense]
civil status: widowed
place: [dass??]: not given
Simon Ziering and Feige Reinhart
1. Witness: Josef Fuchs, secretary, II Czerningasse 7
2. witness: Heinrich Schramm, official/clerk, II, Ferdinandstr. 23
the marriage took place on 2.November 1915
3/23/2014 1:44 PM As I understand, the birth certificates were not shown; rather both the groom and the bride were exempted from providing them. The column heading translates as:
"Date and place of the banns and precise enumeration of the documents presented:"
The entry reads:
"aufg. 9. 16. 23./10. 1915
Disp. von beiden Geburtsschein. 14. 10. 1915"
"Disp." is an abbreviation of "Dispens" = exemption.

The address of the biride is "das.", an abbreviation of "daselbst", meaning "at the same plase" (as the groom).

The bride was illiterate, therefore the three circles.

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