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kerntopf



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Post Posted: Tue Sep 04, 2018 6:13 pm      Post subject: Re: Translation of Koss-Ehlendt Marriage
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Hi, can anyone translate this document for me? It is the marriage record for my Great Great Grand Parents Carl Koss and Auguste Ehlendt.
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Bob


Mother's birth name is BLUCK.
I have her sister's Johanna Charlotte marriage with Albert Ernst KLOTZ in my data.
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Post Posted: Fri Oct 19, 2018 1:01 pm      Post subject: Pls translate Radzyminski death record
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Hello,

Can someone please translate this death record from 1781 for Michael Radzyminski of Frankenau (act #22 on the page). He is my 4th great grandfather.

Thank you! I appreciate your help.

Cynthia McDonald



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Post Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:18 am      Post subject: Re: Pls translate Radzyminski death record
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mcdonald0517 wrote:
Hello,

Can someone please translate this death record from 1781 for Michael Radzyminski of Frankenau (act #22 on the page). He is my 4th great grandfather.

Thank you! I appreciate your help.

Cynthia McDonald


Hello Cynthia,

Michael Radzyminski ist d. 25ten Octobr im
53ten Jahr gestorben und d. 28ten eiud [ejusdem] in Thurau beerdigt.

Michael Radzyminski died October 25th in his 53rd year and was buried the same month on the 28th in Thurau.

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Post Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2018 3:33 pm      Post subject:
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Hello Michael,

Thank you so much for the translation. Can you tell me what is written in the far right column? there is no column title, but I am wondering if it is either cause of death or some administrative detail like the person who recorded the entry? Can you make it out? It seems to be the only entry of its kind on the page. What I mean is that the other acts have entries in that column that are repetitive, and this entry is one of the kind.

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Cynthia
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Post Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 5:39 am      Post subject:
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Hello Michael,

Thank you so much for the translation. Can you tell me what is written in the far right column? there is no column title, but I am wondering if it is either cause of death or some administrative detail like the person who recorded the entry? Can you make it out? It seems to be the only entry of its kind on the page. What I mean is that the other acts have entries in that column that are repetitive, and this entry is one of the kind.

Thanks again!
Cynthia


Hello Cynthia,

You're welcome. The far right column gives the cause of death. Some of the comments are easy to read like "Altershalb" (because of old age) in entries no 14 or 17 or "Schwindsucht" (consumption or tuberculosis) in no 18. The comment in no 22 I'm a bit unsure about. I read it as "an der Kolick" (because of colic) but as I said, I'm not sure.

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Post Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 4:18 pm      Post subject:
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Thank you again, Michael, for attempting to translate the cause of death. Yes, it does look like "kolic".

The mystery for me with this record is that it states in the entry that he lived in Frankenau (and died there as well ?), but was buried in Thurau (Turowo).

Now, why would he be buried almost 10 miles away in Thurau? According to the Gazetteer, Thurau only had a Catholic Church while Frankenau only had an Evangelical Church at that time. Yet, all the other Radzyminski records I have found for his descendants list them as Evangelical... not Catholic.

Have to think about this one.... if you have any ideas, let me know.
Thanks for your help!
Cynthia
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Post Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 4:33 pm      Post subject: Please translate Jacob Radzyminski marriage
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Hello again,

When you have the time, can someone please translate this short (but difficult to read) 1756 marriage record for Jacob Radzyminski of Frankenau? It is in the middle of the page (about).

Thank you for your help!
Cynthia



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Post Posted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 2:47 pm      Post subject: Casimir Alicz Death Record
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Wondering if someone can translate the attached record for me. It is for my Great Great Great Grandfather Casimirus Alicz from 1855 in Vandsburg. It is #52, the sixth record from the top. I'm interested in the column headings and the corresponding entry. Thought it was originally Polish but was told it is in German.
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Bob Alicz



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Post Posted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 4:54 am      Post subject: Re: Please translate Jacob Radzyminski marriage
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mcdonald0517 wrote:
Hello again,

When you have the time, can someone please translate this short (but difficult to read) 1756 marriage record for Jacob Radzyminski of Frankenau? It is in the middle of the page (about).

Thank you for your help!
Cynthia


Hello Cynthia,

The first word in the second line - which I think it is the bride’s given name - is illegible for me, but here is the rest of your entry:

Jacob Radziminsky aus Frankenau mit der
xxx Barska Ewa genandt [old German for ‚genannt’] aus
Wiersbau Soldauschen Ambtes [old German for ‚Amtes’. There was another village in the county of Neidenburg called Wiersbau near Neidenburg.] den 16ten November getraut.

Jacob Radziminsky of Frankenau married with xxx Barska called Ewa of Wiersbau near Soldau on November 16th.

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Michael
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Post Posted: Fri Oct 26, 2018 4:33 am      Post subject: Re: Casimir Alicz Death Record
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chiguy60 wrote:
Wondering if someone can translate the attached record for me. It is for my Great Great Great Grandfather Casimirus Alicz from 1855 in Vandsburg. It is #52, the sixth record from the top. I'm interested in the column headings and the corresponding entry. Thought it was originally Polish but was told it is in German.
Thank you in advance.
Bob Alicz


Hello Bob,

Please find attached the column headings and the text from entry #52 in German and in English.

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Michael

N. 52 (no. 52)

Tag der Beerdigung – den 19ten September (day of burial – September 19th)

Ort der Beerdigung – Vandsburg (place of burial – Vandsburg)

Wohnort des Verstorbenen – df [Dorf] Zakrzewko (residence of the deceased – Village of Zakrzewko)

Todestag – den 15ten fünfzehnten September (day of death – September 15th)

Name des Verstorbenen resp. dessen Eltern - Casimir Alicz Kolonist (name of the deceased or of the parents – Casimir Alicz, colonist)

Alter (Jahr/Monat/Tag) 70/-/- (age (year/month/day) – 70/-/-)

Ob mit ärztlicher Hilfe – ohne (whether a doctor was present – no)

Ursache des Todes – Nervenfieber (cause of death - enteric or typhoid fever)

Name des Geistlichen dem die Anmeldung geschehen – Huh (name of the clergyman who was informed about the death – Huh [unsure about this name])

Von wem die Anmeldung geschehen – der Witwe (who informed about the death – the widow)

Namen der muthmaßlichen Erben – 4 majorenne Kinder (names of the presumptive heirs – 4 children of full age)

Bemerkungen – keine (remarks – none)
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Post Posted: Sun Oct 28, 2018 4:35 pm      Post subject:
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Hi Michael,

Thank you very much for the interpretation!! I know that first word of the second line (bride's first name) is impossible to read. It must be an unusual name since she was called "Ewa".

Thanks again Smile
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Post Posted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 5:41 am      Post subject:
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very interesting

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Hi, I was wondering if anyone could help me with this concentration camp prisoner record. I can figure out most of it, but there are a few handwritten entries I can't make out:

Stand: ? (this is on the same line as Polnisch)
Wohnort: ? and ? (I think this refers to the parents listed on the line above)
Grosse: ?
Augen: ?
Nase: ?
Mund: ?
Zähne: ?

Many thanks in advance for any assistance!



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Post Posted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:24 am      Post subject:
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Podjazd wrote:
Hi, I was wondering if anyone could help me with this concentration camp prisoner record. I can figure out most of it, but there are a few handwritten entries I can't make out:

Stand: ? (this is on the same line as Polnisch)
Wohnort: ? and ? (I think this refers to the parents listed on the line above)
Grosse: ?
Augen: ?
Nase: ?
Mund: ?
Zähne: ?

Many thanks in advance for any assistance!


Stand: "lehdig" (should be "ledig" or unmarried).

Wohnort: "tod" (deceased for both parents).

Grösse: "mittel" (height: medium-sized).

Augen: "braun" (color of the eyes: brown).

Nase/Mund/Zähne: "norm." (nose/mouth/teeth: normal).
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Post Posted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 8:14 am      Post subject:
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Thanks Michael for the quick response - much appreciated:-)

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