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KKDill



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Post Posted: Mon Jun 07, 2010 11:20 pm      Post subject:
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I guess I have not figured out how to attachment my document, so will have to figure it out and try later.
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Post Posted: Tue Jun 08, 2010 12:42 pm      Post subject:
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KKDill,

Try to follow the instructions outlined here: http://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?p=373#373 .


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Post Posted: Tue Jun 08, 2010 7:11 pm      Post subject:
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Would you be able to translate this Russian birth record for me for Bertha Grenke. I could not seem to darken it. KKDill


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Post Posted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:05 pm      Post subject:
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KKDILL:
I'm generally adept at this, but that one is so bad I couldn't improve it. I converted it to GIF and to JPG and even
Photoshop couldn't do much. I got it darker, but it's just as unreadable.

It looks like you got it from the EZB in Berlin? Write them and explain how it's so bad. Ask if *THEY* can send you
a readable copy. They never sent me PDF files in the past, and I'm wondering if their process is out-of-whack.

You may also be able to find a professional photorestorer with better software that can handle it.

Sorry
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Post Posted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 10:19 pm      Post subject: Birth record for Emilia Grenke from Lipno, Poland
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Would you be able to translate this Russian record for me for my grandmother's sister (at least I think she is).


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Post Posted: Sun Jul 18, 2010 5:57 pm      Post subject: Other possible siblings of my grandmother
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Hello again,
Would you be able to translate a couple more records for me? They are birth records for Pauline Grenke and Ottilie Grenke; am hoping to determine if they are more siblings of my grandmother.

Please let me know if they are readable. Thank you.

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Post Posted: Wed Jul 21, 2010 2:43 am      Post subject:
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Very readable, except for the folded one!

1880 S.P.O.L [?]
No. 381
Oleshna [Oleszna?]

Reliable extract by Pastor
P. H. B.

this occurred in the city of Lipno on 5/17 November, 1880 at 3:00 PM, there appeared Michael Groenke, 47 [or 48], farmer residing in Oleshna, in the presence of Andrei Treichel, 30, and Michael Zabel, 55, farmers residing in Oleshna, and presented us with a female infant, declaring that she was born there on this date at 2:00 AM of his legal wife Carolina nee Wiese, 38. At the rite of Holy Baptism on this date, the infant was given the name of Paulina. Sponsors were those testifying and Christina Treichel. This act [document, act of civil registry] was read aloud to the illiterate witnesses. Pastor Heinrich Bahr


No. 93
Sushevo

This occurred in Lipno on March 16/28, 1890 at 4:00 pm, there appeared K [fold]- tian Grenke, farmer from Sush[evo], 34 years of age, in the presence of Martin Ad [fold], farmer from Chorni [Czorni?], 30, and Gottlieb Wegner, farmer from Sushevo, 5[5?] years, and presented us with a female infant, declaring she was born yesterday in Sushevo at 5:00 AM of his legal wife Carolina nee Wiese, 30. At the rite of Holy Baptism, the infant was given the name of Ottilie. Sponsors were those testifying and Catherina Kri[fold]. This act read aloud to the illiterate witnesses. Pastor [?]

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Post Posted: Fri Jul 30, 2010 4:39 am      Post subject: D1875 CE5 SOFINOWSKA, Marianna
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Please would you translate this death entry from the 1875 Suwalki Evangelical register into English? I'm especially interested in Marianna's age and the date of death (which I think could be a considerable time before the death was registered).
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Post Posted: Fri Jul 30, 2010 10:35 am      Post subject:
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Staripolak64,

Thank you very much for all of your time and effort in providing these Russian translations.

The several Russian documents that I have obtained in the early to mid 2000's, I was able to have them translated, and the appreciation is difficult to really express in words.
To finally receive a new document pertaining to your family is wonderful, but to understand what is written, definitely is cause for celebration!
You have brought a great deal of joy to many members at Polish Origins, and we " Thank You " for your kindness.

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Post Posted: Wed Aug 04, 2010 5:35 pm      Post subject:
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Need help with translating russian birth record please. From Wilczyn.


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This occurred in the village of Wilczyn on14/26 September 1868 at 8:00 AM. There appeared Josef Shpektsinski [Szpektsinski? ], harness maker/saddler from the village of Karelkovo [Karelkowo?], age 33, in the presence of Phillip Palaszynski and Lavrentii [Wawrzyniec] Skowronski, both farmers residing in the village of Karelkowo, both age 50, and presented us with a male infant which they declared was born in Karelkowo on 11/23 of this month and year at 2:00 am of his legal wife Antonina nee Dravetski [?], 25. At the rite of Holy Baptism conducted today, this infant was given the name of Waclaw [Vatslav]. Sponsors were Andrei Stefanski and Ludowika [remainder cut off]


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Post Posted: Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:54 pm      Post subject:
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Ryszard

Thank you very much for your help. I have many more documents and I don't know where to get help. I don't want to overload you or anyone else. Once again thank you and if I find one that is most important perhaps I will turn to you again.

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Post Posted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 2:12 pm      Post subject:
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Carole:

You're welcome. I doubt you would be able to "overload" me, so anything you want translated, please send me.

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Post Posted: Fri Aug 27, 2010 4:39 pm      Post subject:
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Need help once again with russian translation. Believe it to be my grandparents marriage record from Wilczyn. Hopefully it is readable.

Thanks in advance
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Post Posted: Sat Aug 28, 2010 3:12 pm      Post subject:
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Hello,

This copy of the document is just enough out of focus, that I just cannot make out many of the details. If you could get a clearer copy, I would be happy to try again!

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