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Post Posted: Sun Jan 26, 2020 12:26 pm      Post subject: Marriage relevant info
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The first attachment is the marriage:
Can anyone decipher the place after Maryanna Rojewska's name? Is it a parish?

The second attachment is the last column from the marriage, which usually contains the witnesses (though this scan didn't have headers on the columns so it could be notes of some sort). I have a hard time reading this part, I didn't know if it contained anything of relevance or was two people or witnesses names.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks



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married couple, Mike Rachela and Maryanna Rojewska, klecko
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Post Posted: Sun Jan 26, 2020 1:35 pm      Post subject: Re: Marriage relevant info
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a4u2fear wrote:
The first attachment is the marriage:
Can anyone decipher the place after Maryanna Rojewska's name? Is it a parish?

The second attachment is the last column from the marriage, which usually contains the witnesses (though this scan didn't have headers on the columns so it could be notes of some sort). I have a hard time reading this part, I didn't know if it contained anything of relevance or was two people or witnesses names.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks


Hi Andrew,

For the first question—It is the name of the village where both the bride and the groom resided. Both were from the village of Polska Wieś. Perhaps your uncertainty arises from the lack of capital letters and/or from the case in which the words appear. Transcribed into contemporary Polish with capitalization the words are “oboje z Polskiej Wsi” = “both from Polska Wieś”.

For the second question—It is a notation which describes the bride and the groom. In English the notation reads “The groom/young man is of age; the bride/maiden has the permission of her parents (i.e. both her father and her mother).”

Dave

P.S. It would make things easier if you could post the link to the record. It is always better to see the entire entry and the entire page to make it easier to read the handwriting.
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