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Submitted by Elynn Boss

Information Picture Question
Category: Translation - Other
Approval Date: 10/6/2021 12:32 PM
Family Surname: Barichnikoff
Country: France
Date of Image: 1927
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Marriage record. Translation from French. I would please like a direct (word for word) translation. Thank you.

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10/6/2021 6:43 PM From the Archives of Paris
The 24th of March, one thousand, nine hundred twenty-seven (Narch 24, 1927), eleven hours and 10 minutes (11:10 AM), Moise (Moses) Barichnikoff, clothing merchant, born at New Alexandroff, Russia in the year one thousand, eight hundred sixty-eight (1868) age 58, living at 72 Rue Marcadet, Paris, son of Benjamin Barichnikoff, and of Delbera Amidurg, (parents deceased) appeared publicly at the Mayor's office. All of the information about the future husband came from a legal document. Widower of Beila Gamm since March 21, 1923 on one hand, and Marie Skonkel, unemployed, born in Cebenec, Russia in 1861, age 65, residing at 72 Rue Marcadet, Paris, daughter of Moses Skonkel and Cheila Melamet, (deceased). All information concerning the future wife came from a legal document. Widow of Jacob Sachs since November 17, 1923 on the other hand. No opposition (to the marriage) exists. The future spouses declare they did not have a marriage contract. Moses Barachnikoff and Marie Skonkel consented to take each other as spouses. We pronounced them man and wife by law. Witness: Jeo(?) Bragin, tailor, rue Ordaner 119, and Henri Sozwski, tailor, 118 rue Clignanesurt (Clignancourt?), adult witnesses whose attested to the facts, and Us, Jean MAYOUX, assistant to the mayor of the 18th arrondissement (district) of Paris, Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur. the bride and groom having declared themselves unable to write.

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