On October 23, 2017, "Ronald Wallace" <email@example.com> wrote:
I am trying to solve a mystery about a family >from Landau. I found an
article in an old newspaper. Could the following Old German: "seiner allda
verlebten Ehefrau" mean "his late beloved wife". I cannot find the word
allda in any dictionary.
The phrase means: His here deceased wife
In other terms, it means that the his wife is deceased and that she died in
the location alluded to in the text.
Kind regards, Alan Ehrlich, Geneva, Switzerland