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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
29806 Interpretation

11/3/2013 4:37 PM I am trying to determine where the town of Kolorasch was. I thought my great grandmother was from Romania but am not positive. The town was listed in the Boat passenger list. The picture I have uploaded also has the town name as hand-writtenion the manifest list. Can anyone tell me where that town was located and where on the map it is now? View the post with its 2 responses
29799 Translation - Other

11/3/2013 4:37 PM This is Part 2 of the Botosani Marriage Record of my great grandparents, Pina Sfart/ Schwartz and Iancu/Jacob Goldenberg/Goldberg.

I would really appreciate a translation.

Thank you very much

Corinne
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29800 Translation - Other

11/3/2013 4:37 PM This is the Botosani Birth Record of my grandmother, Haia Leia Goldenberg/ Goldberg.

I would really appreciate a translation.

Thank you so much.

Corinne
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29801 Tombstone

11/3/2013 4:37 PM I would appreciate a translation please.

Thank you very much.

Corinne
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29802 Tombstone

11/3/2013 4:37 PM I would appreciate a translation please.

Thank you very much.

Corinne
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29803 Translation - Polish

11/3/2013 4:37 PM Translation of birth record for Josek Laib Honik/Honig, born 1840 in Szczekociny, Poland.
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29793 Translation - German

11/3/2013 4:36 PM I got this record of marriage, would appreciate translation of it. Thanks View the post with its 1 response
29798 Translation - Other

11/3/2013 4:36 PM This is Part 1 of the Botosani Marriage Record of my great grandparents, Pina Sfart/ Schwartz and Iancu/ Jacob Goldenberg/ Goldberg.

I would really appreciate a translation of the 2 parts of their Marriage Record.

Thank you so much!

Corinne
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29785 Do you recognize?

11/3/2013 4:35 PM I found this photo in a collection of my great aunt, Lena Gitis, who came to Minneapolis from Bessarabia. Can anyone identify the couple in the picture.

Sheldon Gitis
Roseville, MN USA
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29786 Translation - Yiddish

11/3/2013 4:35 PM writing on the back of a couple postcards picturing the older man and woman shown in the "Do you recognize?" category View the post with its 1 response
29787 Do you recognize?

11/3/2013 4:35 PM I found this photo in a collection of my great aunt, Lena Gitis, who come to Minneapolis from Bessarabia. Can anyone identify the couple pictured?

Sheldon Gitis
Roseville, MN USA

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29788 Translation - Yiddish

11/3/2013 4:35 PM writing on the back of a postcard photo of the wedding couple I posted in the "Do you recognize?" category. View the post with its 2 responses
29789 Translation - Yiddish

11/3/2013 4:35 PM Can anyone help with a translation of this note found on the back of an old photograph. It is signed off by Leah Herscowitz my great great aunt.I can make out the word schwister a couple of times (Leah had 3) but the quality is sadly very poor and I cannot get a better image.
Thank you!
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29790 Photo Identification

11/3/2013 4:35 PM I would appreciate a translation of this postcard and any information about the popularity of sending picture postcards with just an address. View the post with its 2 responses
29783 Tombstone

11/3/2013 4:34 PM This tombstone is from 1716, the grave of my 7th great grandmother. Please translate as much as possible. Thank you. View the post with its 3 responses
29784 Do you recognize?

11/3/2013 4:34 PM I found this photo in a collection of my great aunt, Lena Gitis, who came to Minneapolis, Minnesota from Bessarabia. Can anyone I.D. the people in the picture?

Sheldon Gitis
Roseville, MN USA
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29780 Tombstone

11/3/2013 3:52 PM This is my great-grandmother's grave in Lodz Jewish Cemetery (I think).
The information on it could give me clues as to her Hebrew name, her father's name, etc. I am researching the Seidemann (Seidman) family. My grandmother emigrated to NY about 1914.

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29781 Translation - Yiddish

11/3/2013 3:52 PM I have found this postcard among my grandmother's things. I am not sure who sent it or to whom it was sent.The postmark is in Russian.
A translation would be greatly appreciated to help me progress in my quest to do a geneology.
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29777 Tombstone

11/3/2013 3:51 PM I will appreciate your help about this hebrew translation,its yhe village of my grandfather (Nagartav. Beresnegovate) View the post with its 3 responses
29778 Tombstone

11/3/2013 3:51 PM I will appreciate your help about this hebrew translation,its yhe village of my grandfather (Nagartav. Beresnegovate) View the post with its 3 responses
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