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Zenon
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Post Posted: Sat Mar 14, 2015 5:14 am      Post subject: Aids in Russian Translations
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Beth (besakrupa) posted on the Russian Translations thread ( http://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?p=20042#20042 ) link to a very useful resources which can help you in understanding Russian Cyrillic: https://www.sggee.org/research/rus_translate/nap_documents.html . You will find there examples of translations with English text under Russian old Cyrillic.

There is also Cyrillic Handouts pdf file with more detailed explanation of Russian alphabet and more examples. I uploaded it to this post.


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Post Posted: Sat Mar 14, 2015 4:33 pm      Post subject:
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Additionaly:
http://www.pitt.edu/~armata/cyrillic.jpg

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Post Posted: Sun Jul 05, 2020 10:30 pm      Post subject: Aids in Russian Translations
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Zenon and Team at Polish Origins,

I recently downloaded the Cyrillic Handouts file and to my surprise I found a birth certificate from Russian Poland that is almost identical to my grandfather’s. The one from Cyrillic Handouts that I am referring to has a gold colored background and was issued in 1906 in the city of Lublin province of Lubelski. I have uploaded my grandfather’s birth certificate to this post so that researchers can compare the two. Perhaps a translation of the template part of this civil registry document can be made available so that researchers with similar documents can then focus on translating the names and locations. My grandfather Stanisław Pipczeński was born on November 16, 1884 near Chrostkowo in the province of Płock. His parents are Antoni Pipczeński and Antonina Wierzchowska. His birth certificate was issued in 1904.

Mike Pepchinski



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Post Posted: Mon Jul 06, 2020 12:57 am      Post subject: Re: Aids in Russian Translations
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MikeP wrote:
Zenon and Team at Polish Origins,

I recently downloaded the Cyrillic Handouts file and to my surprise I found a birth certificate from Russian Poland that is almost identical to my grandfather’s. The one from Cyrillic Handouts that I am referring to has a gold colored background and was issued in 1906 in the city of Lublin province of Lubelski. I have uploaded my grandfather’s birth certificate to this post so that researchers can compare the two. Perhaps a translation of the template part of this civil registry document can be made available so that researchers with similar documents can then focus on translating the names and locations. My grandfather Stanisław Pipczeński was born on November 16, 1884 near Chrostkowo in the province of Płock. His parents are Antoni Pipczeński and Antonina Wierzchowska. His birth certificate was issued in 1904.

Mike Pepchinski



Left top corner:

Governorate: Płock
County: Rypin
Parish: Chrostkowo

Right top corner:

(for conscription or census purposes)
Nr 79



CERTIFICATE OF BIRTH

certyfing that Stanisław Pipczyński, son of Antoni and his wife Antonina nee Wierzchowska, was born in Chrostkowo on November 4th/16th in the year of 1884.

Chrostkowo, February 14th/27th 1904.

Civil Registrar: priest W. Kafarski.

Round seal: Administrator of the parish of Chrostkowo.

Bold print:

left: Commune Head, right: Mayor of the town.

The Civil Registrar's handwritten signature was confirbed by:

..............., month ......, 190...

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Post Posted: Mon Jul 06, 2020 2:39 pm      Post subject: Aids in Russian Translations
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Marcel - Thanks for the translation! - Mike Pepchinski
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