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vcorb
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Post Posted: Tue Apr 04, 2017 9:45 am      Post subject: Renn/Wenland (Pfeiffer) Marriage 1819
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Hello,
Could someone please translate the attached marriage record? It is the second listing on the record, and I believe No 7. I think it is in German and my 3rd gr grandfather's second marriage. Bthe previous record I had translated here for Michael Renn records was from the same village in Czerniejewo. Also there are two columns on the right side page, one with a mark the other with writing. Can you also please advise what those columns and note say?

Thanks and kind regards,
Vicky



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Post Posted: Thu Apr 06, 2017 9:52 am      Post subject: Re: Renn/Wenland (Pfeiffer) Marriage 1819
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vcorb wrote:
Hello,
Could someone please translate the attached marriage record? It is the second listing on the record, and I believe No 7. I think it is in German and my 3rd gr grandfather's second marriage. Bthe previous record I had translated here for Michael Renn records was from the same village in Czerniejewo. Also there are two columns on the right side page, one with a mark the other with writing. Can you also please advise what those columns and note say?

Thanks and kind regards,
Vicky


Hello Vicky,

The marriage record is in German. The text on the left side is:

den 23ten April [1819] Renn Michael, Tuchmacher in Czerniejewo ein Wittwer,
mit Anna Rosina Wendlanden, verwittwete Pfeiffern,
des weyl: [weiland; this word was also used in the marriage record of 1803 for Valentin Renn] Michael Pfeiffer gewesenen Schulhalters in Dracho-
wo hinterlassene Witwe.

April 23 [1819] - Renn Michael, clothmaker in Czerniejewo a widower, with Anna Rosina Wendland, widowed Pfeiffer, the left behind widow of the deceased Michael Pfeiffer, who was Schulhalter [a “Schulhalter” was a person who teached to read and to write on primary school level in his own flat] in Drachowo.

The right side is basically for statistical purposes and the columns differentiate between: military personnel (Militär) / bachelor with virgin (Junggeselle mit Jungfrau) / bachelor with widow below 45 years (Junggeselle mit Witwe unter 45 Jahren) / bachelor with widow above 45 years (Junggeselle mit Witwe über 45 Jahren) and so on. The last column gives the age (Alter) of groom (Bräutigam): 40 years and bride (Braut): 32 years. As the two were widowed this is indicated in the column “widower with widow below 45 years” (Witwer mit Witwe unter 45 Jahren).

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Michael
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Post Posted: Thu Apr 06, 2017 7:58 pm      Post subject:
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Hello Michael,

I just realized I never thanked you for translating the last 2 postcards from the Felkowicz family. So, here it is:

Thank you!!!

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I would be most grateful if someone could please translate the last paragraph that begins with "Eingetragen auf mündliche" in the attached death certificate.
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PabianAus wrote:
I would be most grateful if someone could please translate the last paragraph that begins with "Eingetragen auf mündliche" in the attached death certificate.
Thankyou
Tom


Hello Tom,

The German version of the last section is:

Eingetragen auf mündliche – [crossed out] schriftliche – Anzeige des Sohnes des
Verstorbenen Romann Sztamburski.
Der Anzeigende ist dem Standesbeamten nicht be-
kannt. Er erklärte, bei dem Sterbefall zugegen
gewesen zu sein.
Vorgelesen, genehmigt und unterschrieben
Sztamburski Roman

The English one:

Registered on verbal notification of the son of the deceased Romann Sztamburski.
The notifier is not known to the civil registrar. He declared he was present at the death.
Read aloud, approved und signed.
Sztamburski Roman

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Thank you Michael.

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Post Posted: 5 Days ago at 3:03 pm      Post subject: 1884 Podsiadłowski
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When this forum was first announced in 2015 I made the first post and request for translation!

No one was able to do so at this time.

This is re the 1884 marriage record of my grand uncle-Franz Podsiadłowski, Wielki Leck. German to English please.

See page 1 of the German Forum

http://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?t=3263

Appreciated,

Nancy
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Post Posted: 23 hours ago at 5:53 am      Post subject: Re: 1884 Marriage in Gross Lensk, Prussia
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nercell wrote:
Wow...German translations !!!!

I have an East Prussian 1884 mariiage record for my great uncle-front and back.

Also a short blurb from a German book referencing the village of Bonkowo.

https://books.google.de/books?id=lqhLAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA36&dq=bonkowO&hl=de&sa=X&ved=0CHkQ6AEwDzgLahUKEwiumo330-_GAhXLmh4KHdRvB7I#v=onepage&q=bonkowO&f=false


Aprreciated,

Nancy


Hello Nancy,

Please find attached the translations you asked for.

Best regards

Michael


The German version, page 1 (the line break is according to the original):

B Nr. 10
Groß Lensk am fünf und zwanzigten
October tausend acht hundert achtzig und vier
Vor dem unterzeichneten Standesbeamten erschien heute zum
Zweck der Eheschließung:
der Knecht Franz Podsiadlowski
ledigen Standes
der Persönlichkeit nach
bekannt
katholischer Religion, geboren den dreizehn-
ten November des Jahres tausend acht hundert
und sechszig zu Groß Lensk
Gut, wohnhaft zu Groß
Lensk Gut
Sohn des Hofmanns Johann Friedrich Podsiadlows-
ki und seiner Ehefrau Anna geborene Sataiek
wohnhaft
zu Groß Lensk Gut
2. die unverheiratete Rosalie Sobotka
der Persönlichkeit nach
bekannt,
katholischer Religion, geboren den neunzehnten
Juni des Jahres tausend acht hundert
vier und sechszig zu Borken,
wohnhaft zu Groß Lensk
Gut im elterlichen Hause
Tochter des Instmanns Johann Sobotka und sei-
ner Ehefrau Anna geborene Szczepanska
wohnhaft
zu Groß Lensk Gut
Page 2
Als Zeugen waren zugezogen und erschienen:
3. der Instmann Adam Koczkowski
der Persönlichkeit nach
bekannt
dreißig Jahre alt, wohnhaft zu Groß
Lensk Gut
4. der Schneidermeister Stanislaus Tusinski
der Persönlichkeit nach
bekannt,
vier und dreißig Jahre alt, wohnhaft zu Groß Lensk
Gut
In Gegenwart der Zeugen richtete der Standesbeamte an die
Verlobten einzeln und nach einander die Frage:
ob sie erklären, daß sie die Ehe mit einander eingehen wollen. Die
Verlobten beantworteten diese Frage bejahend und erfolgte hierauf der
Ausspruch des Standesbeamten. daß er sie nunmehr kraft des Gesetzes
für rechtmäßig verbundene Eheleute erkläre.
Vorgelesen, genehmigt und unterschrieben
Podsiadlowski, Koczkowski, Tusinski
und von der Rosalie Podsiadlowska geborene
Sobotka mit ihrem Handzeichen
+++ versehen
Der Standesbeamte.
Schmiedicke

Die Übereinstimmung mit dem Hauptregister beglaubigt.
Groß Lensk am 26ten October 1884.
Der Standesbeamte.
Schmiedicke

The English version, page 1

B No. 10
Groß Lensk on October 25, 1884
Before the undersigned registrar appeared today for the purpose of marriage:
1. the farmhand Franz Podsiadlowski, unmarried, known by personality, of Katholic religion, born on November 13, 1860 in Groß Lensk Gut, residing in Groß Lensk Gut, son of the tennant Johann Friedrich Podsiadlowski and his wife Anna born Sataiek residing in Groß Lensk Gut
2. the unmarried Rosalie Sobotka, known by personality, of Katholic religion, born on June 19, 1864 in Borken, residing in her parents‘ house in Groß Lensk Gut, daughter of the day laborer Johann Sobotka and his wife Anna, born Szczepanska, residing in Groß Lensk Gut

Page 2

The following were present and appeared as witnesses:
3. the day laborer Adam Koczkowski, known by personality, 30 years old, residing in Groß Lensk Gut
4. the [master] tailor Stanislaus Tusinski, known by personality, 34 years old, residing in Groß Lensk Gut
In the presence of the witnesses the registrar put to each of the betrothed in turn the question: whether they were willing to enter into marriage with one another. The betrothed answered this question in the affirmative, whereupon the registrar pronounced that by virtue of the Civil Code they were henceforth legally joined in marriage.
Read aloud, authorized and signed
Podsiadlowski, Koczkowski, Tusinski
und from Rosalie Podsiadlowska born Sobotka marked with her sign +++.
The Registrar.
Schmiedicke
The accordance with the main register is approved.
Groß Lensk on October 26, 1884.
The Registrar.
Schmiedicke


The blurb from a German book referencing the village of Bonkowo is from the chapter on “Abgestorbener preussischer Adel” (Extinct Prussian Nobility) and refers to the family Sokowski. It says: "There is no further reference about this family in the literature. Until 1772 a family member owned Gut Bruch near Marienburg and also the village Bonokowo in Masovia. Now extinct there. See under Bentkowski for a coat of arms description."

A complete online version of an earlier edition of this book (J. Siebmacher's grosses und allgemeines Wappenbuch) is available; this link refers directly to the page you cited (the text did not change over the years):

http://gdz.sub.uni-goettingen.de/dms/load/img/?PID=PPN830324232|LOG_0008&physid=PHYS_0046
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