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Submitted by Karen Gregar Schneider

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Category: Translation - German
Approval Date: 2/9/2020 2:13 PM
Family Surname: Friedemann
Country: Germany
Town: Berlin
Date of Image: 7 April 1904
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Cert. No. 886
Birth Record-Erich Esriel Friedemann

A full translation would be greatly appreciated. Am looking for any names, dates, locations of Erich's parents, and any other relatives that might be listed.

From age one, Erich was apparently raised by his father's sister Lina Friedemann. This is the first record found of his birth. The English summary on Ancestry gives his parents' names as Max Samuel Friedemann and Sophie Friedemann. And it appears that Sophie's maiden name was Zielinski? which would match with family recollections.

Thank you very much,
Karen Gregar Schneider

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2/9/2020 4:20 PM No. 886.

Berlin, on April 7th, 1904, the merchant Max Samuel Friedemann, known to him through an official document, residing in Berlin, Usedomstrasse 12, Jewish religion, appeared before the undersigned registrar and reported that Sophie Friedemann, nee Zielinski, his wife, Jewish religion, residing with him, gave birth to a boy, in Berlin, in his house, on the 29th of March of the year one thousand nine hundred and four, at about 6:45 in the morning, and he was given the name Erich Esriel.

Read, approved, and signed
Max Friedemann

The Registrar
as proxy
von Alten

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The stamp at the bottom left states that he was married for the first time, and that this was recorded as No. 107 of the year 1935, in Grunnenburg [?]
2/10/2020 2:59 AM Hello Karen,

the town of the wedding will most likely be "Oranienburg" north-west of Berlin.

Regards, C.
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