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Submitted by Jeanette Rosenberg

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Category: Translation - German
Approval Date: 1/1/2012 4:07 PM
Family Surname: SCHUBACH and SUSMANN
Country: Germany
Town: Muelheim bei Coblenz
Date of Image: August 15, 1871
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This is part of the marriage certificate for my Great Great Grandparents David SCHUBACH (1841-1891) and Clementine SUSMANN (1848-1912). They were married on August 15, 1871 and the certificate is reference Weissenthurm No 32 for the community of Muelheim bei Koblenz. Please can someone read the handwritten script for me. I can read some of it and I have read the rest of the certificate without any problem, but I want to make sure I understand the certificate fully. Thank you.

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1/2/2012 1:56 AM 1. birth act of groom, born 22 Feb 1841
2. death act of father, died 24 June 1869
3. death act of mother, died 18 March 1868
4. death act of grandfather, died 7 Sep 1803
5. death act of grandmother, died 14 March 1825
6. death act of grandfather, died 25 April 1856
7. death act of grandmother, died 26 Jan 1842
(I can't read the word that distinguished maternal from paternal grandparents, but I would assume the first two are the father's parents and the second two the mother's parents.)
8. birth act of bride, born 28 July 1848
9. death act of mother, died...

Michael Moritz

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