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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
26953 Translation - Polish

4/14/2013 4:18 PM Please translate vital details. View the post with its 1 response
26954 Translation - Polish

4/14/2013 4:18 PM Please translate vital data. View the post with its 1 response
26955 Translation - Polish

4/14/2013 4:18 PM Please translate vital data. View the post with its 1 response
26951 Translation - Polish

4/14/2013 4:17 PM Please translate vital data. View the post with its 1 response
26952 Translation - Polish

4/14/2013 4:17 PM Please translate vital data. View the post with its 1 response
26947 Translation - Yiddish

4/14/2013 4:17 PM I think this is my first cousin. If you could please translate this letter, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank-you, Harold
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26948 Translation - Hebrew

4/14/2013 4:17 PM This is a birth record I would like translated. It is Hebrew or Yiddish? Thanks, Jean View the post with its 1 response
26949 Do you recognize?

4/14/2013 4:17 PM Two cousins came from Butler, PA to visit my mother's family in Oklahoma City in 1944. I can read that the first names of these ladies are Libbie and Adelaide, but neither last name is readable and I don't know these two ladies. Do you?

ok, i now know who they are. Now if I could figure out how we are related. thank you all so much! I know that my grandmother's brother and sister-in-law went to the wedding in Pittsburgh of Adelaide and Leon Solitrin. Getting closer thanks to all of you!!
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26946 Translation - Yiddish

4/14/2013 4:16 PM I think this is my first cousin. If you could please translate this letter, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank-you, Harold
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26938 Translation - German

4/14/2013 4:16 PM Please I would like to have a transcription of the highlighted words, the rest of the document, I can read.
Many thanks in advance.
Regards,
Bert de Jong
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26926 Translation - Russian

4/14/2013 4:16 PM This is the marriage affidavit of Gittel Gutman and Smul Migdal. I would like to know any details of ages, occupations, residence, parents' names. A complete translation, of course, would be very much appreciated. View the post with its 1 response
26927 Translation - Polish

4/14/2013 4:16 PM This is the marriage affidavit of Moshe Gutman and Sarah Tenenbaum. I would like to know any details of ages, occupations, residence, parents' names. A complete translation, of course, would be very much appreciated. View the post with its 1 response
26907 Translation - German

4/14/2013 4:15 PM This card was sent by Jacob Isak Sicherman--somewhere on the road on his military duty returning deserters to their units--to his children, Rosía and Belcía, and his wife in Borysław. There is a postscript in the space next to the picture, which is submitted separately to ViewMate. View the post with its 1 response
26904 Translation - German

4/14/2013 4:15 PM This postcard was written by Jacob Isak Sicherman--a soldier in the Austro-Hungarian army whose job was to return captured deserters to their units--to his wife, Mathylda, who was then staying with his sister Salina (Sarah) Sicherman at 23 Wordomen St. in Szatmár (now Satu Mare in Romania). View the post with its 1 response
26888 Translation - German

4/14/2013 4:14 PM This postcard was written by Jacob Isak Sicherman, a soldier in the Austro-Hungarian army, to his wife c/o her father in Borysław, Poland. The picture (not submitted to JewishGen), shows the Burgtheater in Vienna. View the post with its 1 response
26832 Tombstone

4/14/2013 4:14 PM Bendery Cemetery project - 79 CIMG5637-17

I can read Ester...

Anything else?

Thanks, Yefim
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26789 Tombstone

4/14/2013 4:14 PM Bendery Cemetery project 1-19 P8300353

Try to find out at least name and father's name...

help,
Yefim Kogan
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26781 Tombstone

4/14/2013 4:13 PM Bendery Cemetery Project 37 - CIMG3304
I can read several names: Shaul ben Ikitiel; Leya bat Peysakh, but please translate all other text from the incription.

Thank you a lot,
Yefim Kogan
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26784 Tombstone

4/14/2013 4:13 PM Bendery Cemetery project 1-64 CIMG6068

It seems written in Yiddish
...Shvester Rokhl... but cannot read the rest.
Could not find the surname...

Please help.
Yefim
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26772 Tombstone

4/14/2013 4:12 PM Bendery Cemetery project (81) CIMG5738 (12)

Seems that it is Khana daughter of Leyb... but I am not sure... Please let me know if you can read more...

Thanks,
Yefim
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