Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: FW: YIDDISH - Help with translation #ukraine


Raanan S Isseroff <raanan1@...>
 

BS"D

Dear fellow JewishGenners;
I am available to do quickie Yiddish and Hebrew translations of no more
than 3 lines per shot. (If I can read the handwriting that is)
This includes headstones as well, however the letters must be clear, I
have to have a closeup shot.
I am afraid to commit myself to longer translations as I have limited
time.

I do not have the time to go into the ID web site and help you guys out
however.(my computer is too slow) I did try and waited a long long time
for pics to open.
When they did open, I couldn't get them to zoom up. I would suggest you
add a "zoom" button next to the picture.
I can also Identify religous items if you email me me a picture.
Hopefully, I can be of some help.
All the best,
Raanan S. Isseroff
Brooklyn, USA
raanan1@juno.com

On Sat, 4 Nov 2000 12:32:28 -0600 "Max Heffler" <max@texsys.com> writes:

I would appreciate help with identifying two towns of origin, one in
Galicia, and one in Romania, >from my great/grand uncle's
naturalization.
Also, there is a back of a photograph taken in Tarnopol believed to
me my great grandfather that I would assistance in translating.
All three of these can be found at:

The letter can be found at
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/

They are in the 'To View' section as files VM014, VM015, and
VM016.
I would also like some assistance in translating some Yiddish on a
card,
which I expect to be made available at the same site shortly.
Thank you in advance for your help.

Max Heffler
Houston, TX

Doing research on: HEFFLER/HEFLER, TIRAS, WASSERMAN/WASSERMAN,
MOORE,GORENSTEIN, BREITER, FLEISCHMAN/FLESICHMANN, GOLDEN, MARK,
GABE, LANDSBERG, SALZMAN

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