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Submitted by Joseph Evan Kraus

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Category: Translation - Other
Approval Date: 6/2/2021 12:30 PM
Family Surname: Salmonovitz and Holdengraber
Country: Romania
Town: Falticeni
Date of Image: 1867
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This is an extensive record of the marriage of Ruth Raizel Holdengraber to Volf, son of Zalmon.

I have a general sense of what's here, but I'd be grateful for a full translation. I believe this is in Falticeni, but I can't be certain. I believe as well that this names her parents and grandparents. Since it's a crucial link across generations, I'd like to be sure my crude self-translation isn't missing anything.

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6/4/2021 6:39 AM Civil Registrar for Marriages
1. From year 1867, March 14
2. Marriage certificate
3. Lupu Zalman Ilic, 25 years old, speculator, born in 1841, born and resident in this city/
4. Adult son of Mr. Zalman Ilic, 55 years old, speculator, resident of Tampesti st in this town
and of Mrs. Rifca Ilic, 48 years old, the same profession and residence as her spouse .
5. Being present and accepting:
6. Ms
6/4/2021 7:37 AM (continuation)
Ms. Haia Reihe Marcu, 17 years old, free profession, born in 1849 and residing in this city
7. Minor daughter of Mr. Marcu Hers, 42 years old, merchant, resident of this city and of Mrs. Elchea Hers, 41 years old, the same profession and residence as her husband.
8. They were present and accepted
9. The present people, and the parents of the future husband declared that they didn't make any marriage contract at the Courthouse.
10. Preliminary documents:
a) Notices published without any opposition in the Sundays of February 26 and March 5
b) Authorized certificate instead of a birth certificate issued on February 23,1867 for the future husband and legalized by Falticeni City Hall, No. 527 and approved by Suceava Courthouse, No.1613 on February 23.
c) Authorized certificate instead of a birth certificate issued on February 23,1867 for the future spouse and legalized by Falticeni City Hall, No. 526 and approved by Suceava Courthouse, No.1614 on February 23.
11. All these documents are annexed to the City Hall register according to the Civil Law were read aloud to the present people.
12. After this procedure, the contractors declared that they accept to marry, one to marry Ms. Haia Reicha Marchu, the another to marry Ms. Lupu Zalman Ilic.
13. We, Costachi Dimitriu, the Civil Registrar Officer, declared according to the law that the contractors are bound by the marriage.
14.................
15. All the above was made public in the City Hall in the presence of four witnesses:
The first witness, Mr. Shmil Zilberstein, 57 years old , speculator, resident in this city
The second witness, Mr. Leibis Rosenthal, 61 years old, resident in this city
The third witness, Mr. Avram Zisu, 48 years old, speculator, resident in this city
The fourth witness, Mr.Herscu sin Leizer, 46 years old, speculator, resident of this city
16. After reading aloud this certificate for the present people, the couple, husband's parents, wife's mother and witnesses, we all undersigned.
6/4/2021 7:50 AM It seems that Salmonovitz was the family name adopted later from Zalman. Family names became mandatory after 1860's
Lupu was the Romanian transliteration for the Yiddish name Wolf (or Volf .Romanian orthography)
I cannot see any reference to the name Holdengraber.

Valentin Lupu
ISRAEL

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