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Bohacek



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Post Posted: Thu Jul 23, 2020 7:19 am      Post subject: Baptism Translation of Godparents
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Greetings,

This is the baptism record of Szarlota Hendrogeta Neys. I can translate the following..
Baptism date: 30 May 1803
Date of birth: 24 May 1803
Place of birth: Młyn Kraska
Parents: Fryderyk Neise (Neys) and Maria

Godparents and baptism assistants (four people in total) - I can't read it, these are definitely not Polish names and surnames. May someone please translate them?

Thank you in advance.



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Sophia



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Post Posted: Thu Jul 23, 2020 8:20 am      Post subject: Re: Baptism Translation of Godparents
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Bohacek wrote:
Greetings,

This is the baptism record of Szarlota Hendrogeta Neys. I can translate the following..
Baptism date: 30 May 1803
Date of birth: 24 May 1803
Place of birth: Młyn Kraska
Parents: Fryderyk Neise (Neys) and Maria

Godparents and baptism assistants (four people in total) - I can't read it, these are definitely not Polish names and surnames. May someone please translate them?

Thank you in advance.


I am seeing Joannes (so, that is Jan) and Anastasia. And Michael and Dorothea. Not sure of surnames. Will keep squinting at it...
Sophia

added: Michael may be Hewner, Jan and Dorothea may be Ruibensohn

further addition: Anastasia may be Dysma, and here taking an ending that indicates she is married, hence, Dysmasowa

OK this is really my last addition: I looked through names in Lomza on Geneteka, and I do see an Anastazja Dyzmas, and a Jan Rybensahm. I do not actually see those spellings here, but that is how the indexer read them on other records. Maybe this will help you figure out if and how these people are related.
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Bohacek



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Post Posted: Thu Jul 23, 2020 3:32 pm      Post subject:
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The names Rubensohn and Hewner have mingled with the family. The name Dyzmas is new to me. Anyway, great job! ( and great eyes!) This helps a lot.

Thank you for your time and effort in this matter.

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