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Category: Translation - German
Approval Date: 6/22/2016 4:09 PM
Family Surname: Reich
Country: Czech Republic
Town: Hranice
Date of Image: 1866-68
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I'm trying to understand what I'm looking at in the circled rows. I think that these rows may show the births of Abraham and Maria Reich. What are the names in the lefthand column, however? What do they say, but also, what do they signify? Are those the parents' names? Or something else?

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6/23/2016 2:44 AM the middle column has the title "neu angenommene Namen" = newly adopted names. When names were adopted in Hranice according to Austrian law you have to check.
The left column has the valid names for the relevant years 1766-1768, with father's name.

Abraham, son of Kallmon Feitl, b. 1766, later became Abraham Reich;

Machla, daughter of Kallmon Feitl, b. 1768, later became Maria Reich;

(a possible relative might be
Schehndl, daughter of Isac Feitl, b. 1767, later Anna Feitl.)
all three children have a grandfather Feitl (of course it can be different Feitls)
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