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Category: Translation - German
Approval Date: 5/24/2020 3:44 PM
Family Surname: Hedwig Olga Valeska Prillwitz
Country: Germany
Town: Berlin
Date of Image: 23 Mar 1918
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5/21/2020 6:52 PM Berlin-Steglitz, 23 March 1918

1. Julius Ferdinand Weber, master taylor, Lutheran, born 1 June 1853 in Neutomischel [Nowy Tomyśl], residing in Chralottenburg, Grolmannstrasse 21, son of Friedrich Weber, master taylor, and his wife Pauline Berta née Lutz, both deceased and last residing in Neutomischel

2. Hedwig Olga Valeska Hackbarth née Prillwitz, divorced, seamstress, Lutheran, born 18 Dec. 1865 in Berlin, residing in Berlin-Steglitz, Fregestrasse 34, daughter of Karl Wilhelm Ferdonand Prillwitz and his wife Karoline Wilhelmine Henriette née Löwenthal, both deceased and last residing in Berlin.
5/24/2020 4:48 PM The notation on the right says that the marriage was annulled on April 19th, 1922, and this was recorded on June 3rd.
Underneath, there is a certification of this, dated March 10th, 1959.
5/24/2020 9:38 PM Expanding on my previous response, the full translation of the upper corner is:

No. 83.

Berlin-Steglitz, on the 3rd of June, 1922.

Through the judgment of the Chamber Court in Berlin – 20.U.65 26 21/33 – which became final on April 19th, 1922, the marriage between the master tailor Julius Ferdinand Weber and Hedwig Olga Valaska Hackbarth, nee Prillwitz, was declared null and void here.
The Registrar.
Mancke

Certified
Benter
Law Office Clerk
10. Gen. March 21st, 1959
5/27/2020 4:33 PM I neglected to add that such marriage documents usually consisted on two pages. The following page would have the names of the two witnesses, and their signatures, plus the signatures of the bride and groom.
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