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Information Picture Question
Category: Translation - Hebrew
Approval Date: 9/20/2020 4:19 PM
Family Surname: Nusblat
Country: Israel
Town: Wegrow, Poland
Date of Image: 1956
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I would greatly appreciate a complete translation of this Page of Testimony. Thank you very much.

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9/20/2020 7:36 PM This is a page of testimony for Noach Nussblatt, whose father's name was Aharon and whose mother's name was Rivkah. He was born in 1886 in Wengrov, Poland, and that is where he lived; he was a merchant. Before the Navi invasion, his nationality was Polish. During the war, he was living in Wengrov, and that is where he was killed by the Nazis in 1941. Line 12 states that he was married and gives the number of children. I cannot make out the number; perhaps 7? His wife was born in 1888 and her first name seems to have been Frida, and her last name is spelled very similarly to her first: Fruda or Pruda or something similar; without vowels, it is hard to be sure.
The page was submitted in 1956 by his daughter: Shoshanah Valnov [again, without vowels, it is hard to be sure of my reading of her last name]. She was living in Tel Aviv. After Tel Aviv it says something like "Levanda"; I do not know whether this is a neighborhood or a street name.
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