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Category: Translation - Hungarian
Approval Date: 4/4/2021 12:20 PM
Family Surname: Schermer
Country: Hungary
Town: Satoralja Ujhely
Date of Image: 18 Sept 1904
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I am looking for a complete translation of the entire document. If you could underline the handwritten portions, it would allow me to use it as a template for future searches. THANKS!

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4/6/2021 8:49 AM Number 384. Dated in Sátoraljaujhely, 19 September 1904.
Informant: Armin Schermer, cattle dealer, residence Sátoraljaujhely, known personally to assistant registrar.
Deceased: Ábrahám Schermer, Jewish, butcher, residence Sátoraljaujhely, birthplace Morva (Zemplén county), age 63 years.
Spouse: Mrs. Ábrahám Schermer born Sáli Weingarten.
Father: the late Zelman Schermer, late property-owner, Morva.
Mother: the late Mrs. Zelman Schermer the late Eszti, Morva.
Death: Sátoraljaujhely, 18 September 1904, 11:30 p.m.
Cause: tuberculosis.
Remark: Ármin Schermer as the deceased's son reported the death.
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I think there are translations of the pre=printed parts of the form somewhere in the FamilySearch wiki. (It's not possible to underline or otherwise format things in ViewMate.)
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