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Louie



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Post Posted: Sun Nov 15, 2020 10:34 am      Post subject: Help with German
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1876 Marianna was born on the 20th of July and baptized by the Mr. Reverend Kochan on the 25 of July. The father was Jacob Deja, a (black)smith and the mother was Caecilie Zynda both from Kobilla. Godparents were: ________ Piorkowski and Antonia Piorkowska from Pogutki.
Problems:
1) The priest’s last name.
2) Birthday - what is written before the zwanzigsten?
3) The first name of one of the godparents – I just went with “Vincent” but when double checking . I noticed there was no “t” .

Thanks much,
louie



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Kmichael8



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Post Posted: Sun Nov 15, 2020 11:54 am      Post subject: Re: Help with German
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Louie wrote:
1876 Marianna was born on the 20th of July and baptized by the Mr. Reverend Kochan on the 25 of July. The father was Jacob Deja, a (black)smith and the mother was Caecilie Zynda both from Kobilla. Godparents were: ________ Piorkowski and Antonia Piorkowska from Pogutki.
Problems:
1) The priest’s last name.
2) Birthday - what is written before the zwanzigsten?
3) The first name of one of the godparents – I just went with “Vincent” but when double checking . I noticed there was no “t” .

Thanks much,
louie


Hello Louie,

1) The priest’s last name. I read his name as “Pf.[arrer] Kochanke”.
2) Birthday - what is written before the zwanzigsten? It’s hard to see, but Marianna was born on the 21st, so it’s “ein u. zwanzigsten”
3) The first name of one of the godparents – I just went with “Vincent” but when double checking . I noticed there was no “t” . The name is Vincenz.

Best regards,
Michael
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