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Kmichael8



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Post Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 5:52 am      Post subject: Re: Elias Wollinski and Else Eisack - marriage certificate p
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It will be appreciated if the attached marriage certificate (there are 2 pages) between Elias Wollinski and Else Eisack could be translated from German to English.

First page attached

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Peter Wollinski
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Hello Peter

Please find attached the marriage crtificate for Elias Wiollisnki and Else Eisack:

Page 1

B. [indicating it’s a marriage record] No. 74.

Nakel [Polish Naklo nad Notecia], on November 25, 1919.

Before the undersigned registrar appeared today for the purpose of marriage:

1. the businessman [Kaufmann] Elias Wollinski, unmarried, of known identity, of Mosaic religion, born on December 18, 1881 in Lekno [Polish Łekno], county [Kreis] Wongrowitz [Polish Wągrowiec], son of the pensioner [Rentier] Wolf Wollinski and his wife Paulina, born Elias, both residing in Wongrowitz,

2. the unmarried Elsa Eisack, no special occupation [ohne besonderen Beruf], of known identity, of Mosaic religion, born on January 14, 1890 in Nakel, county [Kreis] Wirsitz, residing in Nakel, daughter of the businessman Louis Eisack, residing in Nakel and his wife Amalie, born Schmul, deceased and most recently residing in Nakel.

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The following were present and appeared as witnesses:

3. the businessman Louis Eisack, of known identity, 66 years old, residing in Nakel, Berlinerstraße 135

4. the businessman Hermann Wollinski, the identity approved by the provided identity card, 31 years old, residing in Wongrowitz.

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.

Elias Wollinski, Elsa Wollinski born Eisack, Louis Eisack, Hermann Wollisnki.

The Registrar.
As deputy
(Signature).

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Post Posted: Sun Mar 22, 2020 10:24 am      Post subject: Death Record Help
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I would appreciate it very much if someone could help me with this Death translation. I am looking for her age or maiden name. I would also like to see if it list her spouse or if what I think it Joseph Kostecki is her son or spouse.

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Kurt



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Post Posted: Sun Mar 22, 2020 11:24 am      Post subject: Re: Death Record Help
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I would appreciate it very much if someone could help me with this Death translation. I am looking for her age or maiden name. I would also like to see if it list her spouse or if what I think it Joseph Kostecki is her son or spouse.

Thank you,

Kurt


Hello Kurt

Francisca Kostecka was "achtundsiebzig" or 78 years old, her maiden name as well as her parents’ name was "unbekannt" or unknown and she was "verheirathet gewesen mit" or married with Josef Kostecki.

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Can someone please translate the attached death certificate from Gniezno 1909?


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Can someone please translate the attached death certificate from Gniezno 1909?


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Post Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2020 8:41 am      Post subject:
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a4u2fear wrote:
Can someone please translate the attached death certificate from Gniezno 1909?


C. [indicating it’s a death record] No. 118.

Mogilno, on October 18, 1909.

Before the undersigned registrar appeared today, of known identity, the fisherman [Fischer] Marian Biniszkiewicz, residing in Seeberg [Polish Kopczyn], and gave notice that

the fisherman Adam Badowski, 94 years old, of Catholic religion, residing in Seeberg with the notice giver, born in Gnesen, widower, the parents of the deceased are unknown, in Seeberg in the notice giver’s home on October 17 of the year thousand nine hundred and nine, at seven o’clock a.m. had died. The notice giver declared that he is informed of the above mentioned incidence from own science.

Read aloud, authorized and signed.
Marian Biniszkiewicz.

The Registrar.
(Signature).
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Post Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2020 9:28 am      Post subject:
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thanks a lot, you're quick!
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Does anything in the attached marriage from Mogilno state that the mother Christine Zielke is deceased and was "recently" (keyword) living in Parlinek?

The father Martin died long ago. I cannot find Christina's death in the records



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Post Posted: Fri Mar 27, 2020 11:50 am      Post subject:
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a4u2fear wrote:
Does anything in the attached marriage from Mogilno state that the mother Christine Zielke is deceased and was "recently" (keyword) living in Parlinek?

The father Martin died long ago. I cannot find Christina's death in the records


Yes, the mother Christine Zielke is deceased and she lived “zuletzt” in Parlinek. It might help to translate “zuletzt” not as “recently” with a meaning of “not long ago” but as “last”, i.e. in Parlinek was her last residence and it is possible that she also died long ago, so you might have to extend your search further into the past.
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Post Posted: Fri Mar 27, 2020 12:16 pm      Post subject:
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Thanks this helps for sure. Appreciate it along with quick response i can keep motoring on my search.

By the way, have you ever searched on genealogiwarchiwach?

Am I doing something wrong? WHen I am looking through a book of records, I have a record open, I click the next arrow and it zooms way out. I can't read the record so I have to click zoom in, then when I click the next arrow it zooms way out again.

WHen I'm working in the familysearch records, if you zoom in and click the next image, it stays zoomed in on that specific location. It helps going through records much quicker.

Can you not do this on genealogiwarchiwach records?
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Post Posted: Tue Mar 31, 2020 5:43 pm      Post subject: Hofmann Translation, please
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Hi! Looking for a translation for this record. It looks as if this is what is on the record:

This is supposedly what this record is supposed to be.

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Beth

Name: Anna Maria Strubels
Marriage Date: 25 Mai 1751 (25 May 1751)
Winterbach u. Zweibrücken, Bayern
Father: Christian Strubels
Spouse: Wilhelm Hofmann
Winterbach u Zweibrücken
Evangelische Kirche Battweiler (BA. Zweibrücken)



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Post Posted: Wed Apr 01, 2020 4:54 am      Post subject: Re: Hofmann Translation, please
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EANWhitson wrote:
Hi! Looking for a translation for this record. It looks as if this is what is on the record:

This is supposedly what this record is supposed to be.

Thanks!
Beth

Name: Anna Maria Strubels
Marriage Date: 25 Mai 1751 (25 May 1751)
Winterbach u. Zweibrücken, Bayern
Father: Christian Strubels
Spouse: Wilhelm Hofmann
Winterbach u Zweibrücken
Evangelische Kirche Battweiler (BA. Zweibrücken)


Hello Beth

Please find the translation of your record:

On May 25 [1751], Willhelm Hoffmann, a mason, Samuel Hoffmann’s from “Mittelborn in dem Sickingischen” [I assume what is meant is the village Mittelbrunn, belonging to the family ‘von Sickingen’] legitimate son
was married with Anna Maria, legitimate daughter of the deceased Christian Strubel, former inhabitant of Contwig
in the church of Battweiler preceded by the triple proclamation of banns.

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Hey Michael, happy weekend to yo

can you please translate the attache marriage of John Theobald Lederle and Elizabeth Zoller (it's from Bavaria)

Thank you.



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Hey Michael, happy weekend to yo

can you please translate the attache marriage of John Theobald Lederle and Elizabeth Zoller (it's from Bavaria)

Thank you.


It's in Latin.

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Hey Michael, happy weekend to yo

can you please translate the attache marriage of John Theobald Lederle and Elizabeth Zoller (it's from Bavaria)

Thank you.


Hope you are well over there.

As Sophia already stated, this record is written in Latin and I will focus on the main points:

In the year 1787, on February 13, preceded by the triple proclamation of banns in my parish in Zeiskamm and in the parish in Bergen, namely on Candlemas [February 2, 1787] and the following two Sundays, no just reason uncovered and with the consent of St. R.D. Joseph Kah, the priest in Bergen, who is the guardian of the groom,

Joannes Theobald Lederle, citizen, butcher and innkeeper of the Hind in Bergen, legitimate son of Theobald Lederle, councilor and innkeeper of the Hind in Bergen, and Anna Maria, born Müller, his wife

and the chaste virgin Anna Elisabeth Zoller, legitimate daughter of Peter Zoller, deceased citizen and miller in Zeiskamm and Maria Catharina, born Traut, his wife

were married. Witnesses were Andreas Schnell, citizen and dealer, and Martin Knell, citizen in Bergen.
So signed with me personally

Johann Theobald Lederle
Anna Elisabeth Zöllerin
Franc. Xaverius Castelli, priest in Zeiskamm at Christ's Resurrection
Andreas Schnell
Martin Knöll

If you require a word by word translation of the phrases going along with the ceremony, you might post your request in the Latin Records translation thread.

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