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Submitted by Deborah Kopstein Burr

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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 3/19/2014 4:10 PM
Family Surname: Freedman
Country: Poland
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This document was sent to a descendant of Samuel Freedman (Smuel Fridman) born Poland 1848. Emigrated to England where he married Miriam Bertha Stone in 1870. They then emigrated to Australia. Descendant has no idea what this document is. Translation to English would be appreciated.

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3/20/2014 5:14 AM This is a birth record, from Sniadowo, June 2, 1841
Father and declarant: Leyb Frydman, son of Berk, laborer, 35 yo, living in Budzicki Budziski
witness 1 Jankiel ?, son of Mozek, 52 yo
witness 2: Szlama Szewc, 30 yo
mother and spouse : Rochla daugther of Abram, 25 yo
birth: Szmul, born May 20 in Budzicki Budziski
3/28/2014 9:24 AM Budziski*. It came to pass in the Town of Sniadowo** on the seventh day of June in the year of one thousand eight hundred and forty-one at the hour of ten in the morning. Appeared personally Orthodox Jew Leyba Frydman the son of Berek, the day labourer residing in the Village of Budziski, thirty-five years of age, accompanied by the witnesses, namely Orthodox Jews Jankiel Juskowicz, a farmer, fifty-two years of age, and Szlama Leybowicz, a shoemaker, thirty years of age, both of them residing in the Village of Kossewo***, and declared that the baby of sex male had been born on the twentieth day of May of the current year at the hour of nine in the evening to his spouse Rochla the daughter of Abram, twenty-five years of age, to whom during the religious ceremony the name had been given Szmul. The actual certificate was read aloud to the appearer and the witnesses, neither of whom knew how to write.


Responsible for Maintaining the Civil Register (signed)


NOTES:

*It looks like the “Budziski” referred to above is probably the modern-day Village of Budziszki near Gniazdowo, situated south of Sniadowo; in the nineteenth century the village was also known as “Budziszki Gniazdowo” located within Lubotyn Parish.


**Sniadowo situated south of Lomza


***The Village of “Kossewo” referred to above is probably the modern-day Village of Kosewo situated south of Budziszki (see above); what those two villages have in common is that in the nineteenth century they were both within administrative boundaries of the Lubotyn Parish

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