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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 7/2/2014 4:02 PM
Country: Poland
Town: Kolo
Date of Image: 1851
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I need a translation of this marriage record, specifically about any possible information about the groom's mother Rachela nee Michalowicz.

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7/9/2014 8:00 AM Kolo, Apri 18/30, 1851
Groom: Hersz Orlowicz, 21 y o,single, born in the village of Wargowo, living by his mother in Kutno, son of the spouses Orlowicz, the late Moszka and the living Rachela, laborer, daughter of Michal
bride: Marya Hinda Hajmowicz, single, born in Kolo, living in Kolo by her mother, daughter of the spouses Hajmowicz, the late Michal and the living Slatka(?), laborer, nee Nadel
marriage: Kolo, april 10
banns feb 10/22, feb 17/mar 1, feb 24/mar 8 in Kutno and feb 17/mar 1, feb 24/mar 8, mar 3/15 in Kolo
7/9/2014 8:03 AM 10. It came to pass in the Town of Kolo on the thirtieth day of April in the year of one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one at the hour of seven in the afternoon. Appeared personally orthodox Jew Majer Auerbach, a local Rabbi, accompanied by

orthodox Jew Hersz Orlowicz, a youth, the baker residing in Kutno, twenty-one years of age, born in the Village of Wargawa to Moszek, not alive anymore, and still alive Rachela nee Michalowicz*, a day labourer residing in Kutno, the Orlowiczes, a married couple, currently staying with his mother,

and Marya Hinda Hajmowicz, the maiden, twenty-one years of age, the daughter of Michal Hajmowicz, not alive anymore, and still alive Slatka nee Nadel, the day labourer residing in Kolo, the Hajmowiczes, a married couple, born here in Kolo and staying {there} with her mother,

and declared in the presence of Rachela Orlowicz, the mother of Hersz Orlowicz, and Slatka Hajmowicz, the mother of Marya Hinda Hajmowicz, as well as in the presence of witnesses Lewek Lipszyc, a cantor, seventy-seven years of age, and Hersz Fordonski, a szkolnik, seventy-nine years of age, both of them residing here, that the religious marriage had been entered into in front of him that day by Hersz Orlowicz and Marya Hinda Hajmowicz following

triple proclamation of banns in Kutno Town Synagogue, that is to say, on the twenty second day of February as well as the first and the eighth day of March of the current year, and the one held in Kolo Town Synagogue, that is to say, on the first, the eighth and the fifteenth day of March of the very same year,

and verbal consent to contracting that marriage granted by the mothers of the newly married persons, present here,

and no objections relating to impediments to that marriage raised by anyone,

and, as per the newlyweds’ statement, no premarital agreement made by them between each other.

The actual act was read aloud to the appearers and the witnesses and subsequently signed by myself, the Rabbi and the witnesses, whereas the other appearers did not know how to write.

M Auerbach, the Rabbi (signed in Polish)
Lewek Lipszyc (signed in Polish)
Hersz Frodonski (signed in Polish)
The Responsible for the Maintenance of Civil Registration Records (signed)

NOTES:*Please note that Rachela, the groom’s mother, is literally referred to as “Rachela z Michalowiczow”, and I might be wrong in what I am assuming that “Michalowiczow” relates to her maiden surname “Michalowicz”. I think an option of it being a derivative of “Michal”, the given name of her father, should also be considered.
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