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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 8/12/2020 2:57 PM
Family Surname: Rokach - Hager
Country: Ukraine
Town: Sokal
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I would appreciate a translation of this marriage record, particularly the Remarks section on the far right.
Thank you so much.

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8/9/2020 3:11 AM Schulim Rolach, b. 1880 in Belz, res. in Sokal, rabbinical student, son of Samuel, rabbi, and Sara of Sokal

Chaje Hager, b. 7 Nov 1881 in Wizenka, res. in Sokal, daughter of Israel, rabbi, and Hinde of Wiznitz

Sokal, 6 June 1905
8/13/2020 12:48 AM Schulim's surname on this document is Rokach, and appears after his own name, and also after that of his parents.

The text is in German, not Polish. You may get better info if you ask for a translation from German.

I can only make out the rest roughly.

The Vice Rabbi of Sokal, whose name I can't make out officiated at the ceremony, the witnesses were: Fischel Red--- and Leisor -----

The comment refers to documents, to what I believe are date of publication of the banns, and also to (guessing) docu presented by the bridegroom.





8/13/2020 12:52 AM SORRY, THE ABOVE ESCAPED BEFORE I FINISHED...

Schulim's surname on this document is Rokach, and appears after his own name, and also after that of his parents.

The text is in German, not Polish. You may get better info if you ask for a translation from German.

I can only make out the rest roughly.

The Vice Rabbi of Sokal, whose name I can't make out officiated at the ceremony, the witnesses were: Fischel Red--- and Leisor -----

The comment refers to documents, to what I believe are date of publication of the banns, and also to documents giving the dates and possibly place of birth. Something about the military is mentioned for the groom.

The groom 1880, the bride 2 Nov. 1881.






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