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Submitted by Shauna Merkur

Information Picture Question
Category: Translation - German
Approval Date: 1/19/2022 12:30 PM
Family Surname: prober stander schwimmer
Country: Germany
Town: berlin
Date of Image: 1892
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Hi there,
I am resubmitting this image as the first one got cut off at the bottom. There is a second page as well that I will be uploading shortly.
Josef Prober was my 4x great uncle, and I am looking to see if there are any further clues on the bottom of his marriage certificate, or on the second page
Thanks so much
Shauna

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1/19/2022 2:40 PM I am the helper who read your previous posting of this document and pointed out that the bottom is missing.

Your previous image was easier to read. I will do my best with this one.

Here is everything in the entire document, combined:

The date is July 2, 1892, in Berlin.

The groom was the tailor Josef Prober, Jewish, born June 5, 1862, in Tarnopol in Galizia, residing in Berlin, Rueckerstrasse 5, son of Chaje Prober, now widowed Schneider (tailor) Stender, currently residing in Tarnopol.

The bride was the seamstress Channah Schwamm, Jewish, born March 16th, 1869, in Zbaraz near Tarnopol, residing in Berlin, Christinenstrasse 4, daughter of Sara Feige Schwamm, now legally married to the tailor Meergruen of Tarnopol, currently residing in Berlin.

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The groom's biological father is not mentioned. His mother married a man whose last name was Stender. His first name might have been Schneider, or he may have been a tailor (or both might be true). At the time of her son Josef’s wedding, his mother Chaje was still alive, but Mr. Stender had passed away).

The bride’s biological father is also not mentioned. Her mother married a man whose last name was Meergruen. Both were alive at the time of Josef and Channah’s wedding.

The notes in the margin say that in June 1939, Josef Prober had to take on the additional name of Israel, and in November 1955 this was revoked.


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