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Category: Translation - Hebrew
Approval Date: 3/10/2019 6:58 PM
Family Surname: Skorupa - Huberman
Country: Poland
Town: Szczercow
Date of Image: 1819
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To my low level of understanding of Hebrew script, the signatures in Hebrew of Moshe Skorupa and Abram Ring appear to be different from their Latin written names. I would appreciate any observations: I read Moshe Keret or Kurt and Abram Pirid or Farid. Thanks in advance.

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3/11/2019 4:01 PM This seam to be initials of the father's names
Moshe son of T.
Gershon son of ?
Avraham son of D.
3/12/2019 9:59 AM Agree that all say son of (Bar) the initial of the father, T, Y and D. All are in the same handwriting so it’s not unreasonable that all three used the same quirky method of signature.
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