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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
28085 Translation - German

7/7/2013 4:12 PM Side 2, photo, of postcard to my grandfather, Jeno Friedman, in Leipzig. Is it possible to read and translate the written lines? Thank you View the post, there are no responses
28086 Translation - Hungarian

7/7/2013 4:12 PM Side 1 of postcard to my grandfather Jeno/Janos in Leipzig from his brother, Henrik, in Kaba, Hungary. I would appreciate a translation. Thank you~ View the post with its 1 response
28087 Translation - Hungarian

7/7/2013 4:12 PM Side 2 of postcard to my grandfather Jeno/Janos in Leipzig from his brother, Henrik, in Kaba, Hungary. Would appreciate a translation. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
28088 Translation - German

7/7/2013 4:12 PM This is one of several postcards from Elisabeth Bendik to my grandfather, who was an apprentice in Leipzig at the time. I would appreciate an translation. I'm trying to figure out who Elisabeth Bendik was/her relationship to my grandfather. Thank you. View the post with its 1 response
28089 Translation - Hebrew

7/7/2013 4:12 PM Could anyone please translate this epitaph?

Many thanks
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28090 Translation - Hebrew

7/7/2013 4:12 PM Could anyone translate this epitaph please?

Many thanks
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28079 Translation - Russian

7/7/2013 4:11 PM Marriage Document - Arie Prenski & Raisel Gempel. View the post with its 1 response
28080 Do you recognize?

7/7/2013 4:11 PM Does anyone recognize these people originally from Polonne, Ukraine; emigrated to Bueno Aires around 1900. View the post, there are no responses
28081 Translation - Yiddish

7/7/2013 4:11 PM Please translate into English. What is the family name? View the post with its 1 response
28075 Translation - Russian

7/7/2013 4:10 PM This is the death certificate of Moszek Lejb Becherblit.
I need from here date of death,name of parents,profession and what did he leave behind.
I also want to know what is written at the left side of certificate,which information does it give?
Thank you from advance for your help!
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28076 Translation - German

7/7/2013 4:10 PM Hi,
I would be interested in a list of names and family relationship and a death date in this death certificate of Samuel Wolf.

It is written in alsatian i think.
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28066 Translation - Russian

7/7/2013 4:09 PM This is my grandparents' marriage record. I would like a translation into English. It does not need to be word-for-word., but my sons and I will be in Ciechanow next week and are looking for any information about names or locations that would be helpful to us and our guide. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
28067 Interpretation

7/7/2013 4:09 PM This is the manifest for my great-great aunt Basche "Bessie" Falkson (line #17). I cannot make out/identify her town of birth from the last column on the right. The database entry on Ancestry.com thinks it is "Lesgiocdi".I am hoping this might shed some light on where her brother, my great grandfather, was born (since he simply put "Minsk" on his manifest). Can anyone make it out? View the post with its 6 responses
28068 Translation - Polish

7/7/2013 4:09 PM Any information about this woman, her family or her husband's family. Thanks. Zack View the post with its 2 responses
28069 Translation - German

7/7/2013 4:09 PM More interested in accompanying back page, but any information contained on this card View the post, there are no responses
28070 Translation - Yiddish

7/7/2013 4:09 PM Realize much is damaged, but would like to know as much as possible the contents of this postcard. View the post with its 3 responses
28071 Translation - Yiddish

7/7/2013 4:09 PM This card can also be seen at http://www.kb.dk/letters/judsam/2011/mar/dsa/object1671/en/#

Would like to know content of this card.

This card and other images from Bergman maybe in German, not Yiddish.
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28072 Translation - Polish

7/7/2013 4:09 PM Shalom.
This is a death document for Izrael Dawid Oracz and I would appreciate if someone could translate the document into English. Is there Surname for his mother?
Thank you.
Zack Oracz
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28061 Translation - Polish

7/7/2013 4:08 PM Akt 59 please translate

Thanks
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28062 Translation - Polish

7/7/2013 4:08 PM Please translate especially name of parents

Thanks
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