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Submitted by Hananya Kronenberg

Information Picture Question
Category: Translation - Russian
Approval Date: 7/14/2019 4:29 PM
Family Surname: Kirschenberg
Country: Poland
Town: Warszawa
Date of Image: 1902
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Sura Jenta was married in January 8, 1902 in Warsaw and died in June 6, 1922 in Warsawa. I am trying to learn more about her family, and her parents, Szyia Kirzenberg and Perla Gryliak. Only their daughter, Faiga Lea (my grandmother), left Warsaw before Hitler invaded and I believe the rest of her siblings perished, including Rajzla, Malka, and Moszek Beniiamin. I believe Szyia came from Lubaratow, Poland, and lived in Wiskitki with Perla, a small village near Warsaw, from 1885 until early 1900's when he and Perla moved to Warsaw with their children. I would also like to learn more about the groom of this marriage, Lajb Rotkelichen. Thank you for this translation!

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7/15/2019 4:27 AM January 8 1902 Lyaib Rotkelihen, 24 y.o. son of Maer Khil 44 y.o. and Roizl nee Braitman, 44 y.o., born November 1, 1877 in Warsaw, residing in Pivnaya street 45/96 married
Sura Enta Kirshenberg, saleswomanб 17 y.o. daughter of Shiya 43 y.o. and Perlya nee Grizlyak, 38 y.o. born in Wiskitki August 12 1884 (same address). Had father's permission to get married.
Her signature is Сура Киршенберг in the line under the text

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