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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
8020 Translation - Hebrew

8/7/2013 4:41 PM Hebrew document replacement for VM 11278 View the post with its 1 response
28297 Translation - Polish

8/7/2013 4:41 PM This is page 2 of a letter written by Dr Maurycy Schrenzel on behalf of my Grandfather Adam Hammer.

Please help me in translating the information.

Thank You :-)

Lisa
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28299 Translation - Polish

8/7/2013 4:41 PM This is page 1 of a letter from 1907 written by Dr Feliks Gorski on behalf of my Grandfather Adam Hammer.
Any help with the translatiomn to aid me in my research would be appreciated. My Grandfather;s father was Filip Hammer. His Mother was Marya Hammer(nee Lutecka). Im trying to find family that may have survived.

Thank You,

Lisa :-)
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28300 Translation - Polish

8/7/2013 4:41 PM This is page 2 of a letter written by Dr. Feliks Gorski for my Grandfather Adam Hammer.
Please help me with the translation.


Thank You,
Lisa :-)
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5103 Translation - Russian

8/7/2013 4:40 PM From birth records of Butrimonys, Lithuania, 1878 View the post with its 1 response
28350 Translation - Polish

8/7/2013 4:39 PM AKT 163

Please translate as much as possible .
Especially Parents names

Thanks
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28077 Translation - Russian

8/7/2013 4:39 PM Marriage Document View the post with its 1 response
28346 Translation - Polish

8/7/2013 4:38 PM Akt 9

Please translate whats possible especially parents names .

Thanks
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28347 Translation - Polish

8/7/2013 4:38 PM Akt 43

Death of Mortka Buchman.

Please translate as much as you can ,
especially Parents identity

Thanks
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28348 Translation - Polish

8/7/2013 4:38 PM Akt 99

Please translate as much as Possible
especially parents names


Thanks
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28446 Translation - German

8/4/2013 4:29 PM Found in a suitcase. Letter written by 8-year-old child who arrived in Sweden from Mannheim on a kindertransport. Appreciate close translation. This is one of a series that is being posted. View the post with its 3 responses
28447 Translation - German

8/4/2013 4:29 PM Found in a suitcase. Letter written by 8-year-old child who arrived in Sweden from Mannheim on a kindertransport.
Appreciate close translation. This is one of a series that is being posted.
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28448 Translation - German

8/4/2013 4:29 PM Found in a suitcase. Letter written by 8-year-old child who arrived in Sweden from Mannheim on a kindertransport.
Appreciate close translation. This is one of a series that is being posted.
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28449 Translation - German

8/4/2013 4:29 PM Found in a suitcase. Letter written by 8-year-old child who arrived in Sweden from Mannheim on a kindertransport.
Appreciate close translation. This is one of a series that is being posted.
View the post with its 1 response
28450 Translation - Russian

8/4/2013 4:29 PM My grandfather Shimon Pishansky or Pichansky was immigrating to Montreal Quebec Canada. He was 29 years old.

Shimon's father's name was Leizer.

Does it mention Shimon's occupation as Merchant?

I would like to know what it says.

Thank you
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28438 Translation - Russian

8/4/2013 4:28 PM I would like a translation of this record. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
28439 Translation - Russian

8/4/2013 4:28 PM I would like a translation of this record. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
28440 Translation - Russian

8/4/2013 4:28 PM I would like a translation of this record. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
28441 Translation - Yiddish

8/4/2013 4:28 PM This is the reverse of a photo sent to the Barry family in NJ from Reuven Bari of Haifa. I believe it shows Reuven's daughter and twin sons. I believe it is written in Yiddish? Can someone translate what it says? Thank you. View the post with its 2 responses
28442 Translation - Yiddish

8/4/2013 4:28 PM Need a complete translation. Picture on front of post card is of a handsome, well-dressed businessman (i.e., wearing suit and tie)in his thirties, who is believed to be Joseph Birenberg. He would be my great uncle. Postcard is inside the photographer's photo envelope and was in the memorabilia of my grandfather, Jack or Jacob Birenberg, who left South America to move to New York in 1924. View the post with its 1 response
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