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Re: Latvia luncheon #latvia

C&V <proprius@...>
 

Hello Barry and all,
My husband and I are two of the twelve signed up for the Latvia
luncheon. I suggest that _if_ there are not enough reservations made to
have a room to ourselves, that we make arrangements to meet on that
Thursday for lunch at a restaurant.
Cynthia Spikell=20


Latvia SIG #Latvia RE: Latvia luncheon #latvia

C&V <proprius@...>
 

Hello Barry and all,
My husband and I are two of the twelve signed up for the Latvia
luncheon. I suggest that _if_ there are not enough reservations made to
have a room to ourselves, that we make arrangements to meet on that
Thursday for lunch at a restaurant.
Cynthia Spikell=20


Romania SIG #Romania introducing a new member #romania

Dan Kraft <dan@...>
 

Dear all
I subscribed to ROMSIG just 10 days ago, and I am amazed with the initiative
and the perspectives of being in touch with people like me, that due to the
war, had their families managing to live in other countries, but never
forgetting their roots.

I am preparing the gen tree of my family to send to the website, and I'd
like to introduce myself and my family to this web community.
My grand father, Heinrich Kraft, lived in Czernovitz and worked at the
family's wheat mill in Radauti. My father, Dan Kraft, was born in Dornesti
in 1936, and they all fled to Israel in 1940, part of the family also having
gone to Paris. They're all gone already, however me and my sister, Adele,
are gathering documents and information, considering that the Krafts lived
in Bukovina for at least 150 years, according to my records. I am not sure
about the family's name before the Romanian treaty with the Austrian empire,
that obliged jewish families to adopt German surnames. I am curious about
that.

My first question to the group is, however, not related to genealogy, but to
recovering Romanian citizenship, as son of a Romanian born person. Although
I was born in Brazil, in 1965, which was the final destination of my family
in 1947, I understand that, the least we can do, is to get back the right to
be part of that national community. Having a Romanian passport would be the
first step, especially due to the EU perspective. Would anyone have tips,
news, reference to websites, immigration laws, etc, that could help?
With warmest greetings and thankfully,
Dan Markus Kraft, Esq.
Belo Horizonte, Brazil


introducing a new member #romania

Dan Kraft <dan@...>
 

Dear all
I subscribed to ROMSIG just 10 days ago, and I am amazed with the initiative
and the perspectives of being in touch with people like me, that due to the
war, had their families managing to live in other countries, but never
forgetting their roots.

I am preparing the gen tree of my family to send to the website, and I'd
like to introduce myself and my family to this web community.
My grand father, Heinrich Kraft, lived in Czernovitz and worked at the
family's wheat mill in Radauti. My father, Dan Kraft, was born in Dornesti
in 1936, and they all fled to Israel in 1940, part of the family also having
gone to Paris. They're all gone already, however me and my sister, Adele,
are gathering documents and information, considering that the Krafts lived
in Bukovina for at least 150 years, according to my records. I am not sure
about the family's name before the Romanian treaty with the Austrian empire,
that obliged jewish families to adopt German surnames. I am curious about
that.

My first question to the group is, however, not related to genealogy, but to
recovering Romanian citizenship, as son of a Romanian born person. Although
I was born in Brazil, in 1965, which was the final destination of my family
in 1947, I understand that, the least we can do, is to get back the right to
be part of that national community. Having a Romanian passport would be the
first step, especially due to the EU perspective. Would anyone have tips,
news, reference to websites, immigration laws, etc, that could help?
With warmest greetings and thankfully,
Dan Markus Kraft, Esq.
Belo Horizonte, Brazil


Re: Re. Military records in the Austro-Hungarian Empire #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Tom Weiss wrote: Emailer 2 said that the records were
once free but now cost about 80 Euros. That emailer
also said that the records >from outside Austria were
destined for Prague and Tyrnau and all the later have
been lost. Vienna still has records of gallantry,
officers, and higher ranks.

I would like to identify myself as Emailer 2 and
expand on the above: I did tell Tom that the military
records were once free - indeed I obtained them for my
great-uncle Siegfried KERNER and learnt >from them that
he was short-sighted and a keen cyclist and skier! As
he died in the holocaust, and I never knew him, this
and other titbits were valuable information for me.

Entry to the Staatsarchiv, Nottendorfergasse, was also
once free. There is now a daily fee [ca 7 Euros], but
one can get reduced rates for longer periods. There is
now also a search fee for records and this has to be
paid even if no records are found. This was not the
case when I asked for the records of Ernst KERNER,
Siegfried's brother, in late 2003. They could not find
any, but I did not incur a charge for the abortive
search.

I was quoted 80 Euros for another search last year -
which seemed rather steep if no records were
available. Someone else was quoted ca 40 Euros. I
expect the search charges are based on an estimate of
the time spent in the search. You now will get a quote
when you ask for records.

I was told that the major destination of records from
military personnel who were not "zustandig"
[resident] in Austria itself were Prague and Tyrnau
{Trnava} and that probably most of the latter had been
cleared out in a spring clean!

This is confirmed here in paragraph b [in German]:

http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/AUT/karchiv.html

The archives repatriated to Prague seem to have fared
better. No mention is made of Galicia - which is, I
fear, bad news.

Vienna still holds the records of all citizens of the
country of Austria itself, citizens and the records of
higher ranks, gallantry awards and special mentions
etc for those soldiers coming >from the wider Habsburg
empire. The ordinary soldiers' records >from the wider
Empire were all repatriated after WW1.

There may also be records of all war casualties. This
has to be confirmed.

Where the Galician records went, I do not know, but a
search of the Special Interest Group {SIG} message
archives with the terms "galicia war records" provided
a very useful posting on 23 Mar 2004 >from Brian J
Lenius to the Galicia Group entitled: Military
service/Kolomea.

There are references to articles in this posting which
should provide leads, including two by Dr. Christoph
Tepperberg, the Director of the Kriegsarchiv.

http://www.eegsociety.org/back.html

1. "The Personnel Records of the Austrian War
Archives (Kriegsarchiv)" in East European Genealogist.
(East European Genealogical Society, Winnnipeg,
Canada, Vol.5 No.4, Summer 1997, pp.18-19)

2. "The Austrian War Archives in Vienna (Kriegsarchiv
Wien) and its Records Pertaining to Personnel" in East
European Genealogist. (East European Genealogical
Society, Winnnipeg, Canada, Vol.8 No.4, Summer 2000,
pp.9-24)

and then there is a rather pessimistic letter to the
Galicia Group, dated 20 Feb 2003, >from Edward
Goldstein: Subject: Austro-Hungarian Army
1914-1918.This includes the sentence: "none of the
records >from Galicia seem to have survived".

All this does not sound too optimistic, however if you
are prepared to fork out the search fee, you may find
something in Vienna! The file I got for Gt-Uncle
Siegfried was unbelievably large and detailed; no
wonder the Tyrnau archives threw them out. They
probably had no space to store them all.

Unfortunately, we can now look on these lost records
as further casualties of that terrible WW1, which was
meant to be "the war to end all wars".

Celia Male [UK]

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Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Re. Military records in the Austro-Hungarian Empire #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Tom Weiss wrote: Emailer 2 said that the records were
once free but now cost about 80 Euros. That emailer
also said that the records >from outside Austria were
destined for Prague and Tyrnau and all the later have
been lost. Vienna still has records of gallantry,
officers, and higher ranks.

I would like to identify myself as Emailer 2 and
expand on the above: I did tell Tom that the military
records were once free - indeed I obtained them for my
great-uncle Siegfried KERNER and learnt >from them that
he was short-sighted and a keen cyclist and skier! As
he died in the holocaust, and I never knew him, this
and other titbits were valuable information for me.

Entry to the Staatsarchiv, Nottendorfergasse, was also
once free. There is now a daily fee [ca 7 Euros], but
one can get reduced rates for longer periods. There is
now also a search fee for records and this has to be
paid even if no records are found. This was not the
case when I asked for the records of Ernst KERNER,
Siegfried's brother, in late 2003. They could not find
any, but I did not incur a charge for the abortive
search.

I was quoted 80 Euros for another search last year -
which seemed rather steep if no records were
available. Someone else was quoted ca 40 Euros. I
expect the search charges are based on an estimate of
the time spent in the search. You now will get a quote
when you ask for records.

I was told that the major destination of records from
military personnel who were not "zustandig"
[resident] in Austria itself were Prague and Tyrnau
{Trnava} and that probably most of the latter had been
cleared out in a spring clean!

This is confirmed here in paragraph b [in German]:

http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/AUT/karchiv.html

The archives repatriated to Prague seem to have fared
better. No mention is made of Galicia - which is, I
fear, bad news.

Vienna still holds the records of all citizens of the
country of Austria itself, citizens and the records of
higher ranks, gallantry awards and special mentions
etc for those soldiers coming >from the wider Habsburg
empire. The ordinary soldiers' records >from the wider
Empire were all repatriated after WW1.

There may also be records of all war casualties. This
has to be confirmed.

Where the Galician records went, I do not know, but a
search of the Special Interest Group {SIG} message
archives with the terms "galicia war records" provided
a very useful posting on 23 Mar 2004 >from Brian J
Lenius to the Galicia Group entitled: Military
service/Kolomea.

There are references to articles in this posting which
should provide leads, including two by Dr. Christoph
Tepperberg, the Director of the Kriegsarchiv.

http://www.eegsociety.org/back.html

1. "The Personnel Records of the Austrian War
Archives (Kriegsarchiv)" in East European Genealogist.
(East European Genealogical Society, Winnnipeg,
Canada, Vol.5 No.4, Summer 1997, pp.18-19)

2. "The Austrian War Archives in Vienna (Kriegsarchiv
Wien) and its Records Pertaining to Personnel" in East
European Genealogist. (East European Genealogical
Society, Winnnipeg, Canada, Vol.8 No.4, Summer 2000,
pp.9-24)

and then there is a rather pessimistic letter to the
Galicia Group, dated 20 Feb 2003, >from Edward
Goldstein: Subject: Austro-Hungarian Army
1914-1918.This includes the sentence: "none of the
records >from Galicia seem to have survived".

All this does not sound too optimistic, however if you
are prepared to fork out the search fee, you may find
something in Vienna! The file I got for Gt-Uncle
Siegfried was unbelievably large and detailed; no
wonder the Tyrnau archives threw them out. They
probably had no space to store them all.

Unfortunately, we can now look on these lost records
as further casualties of that terrible WW1, which was
meant to be "the war to end all wars".

Celia Male [UK]

MODERATOR NOTE: Celia has asked that this message be posted as she
prematurely posted the previous similar one. Please check that your
message says what you want it to say before you hit the send button.
This can save frustation to all parties.


Vienna Cemetery Records #austria-czech

bud484bg@...
 

I have found a cemetery record for Solomom MARKL, age 83, funeral date
1894, in the Zentralfriedhol Cemetery.
This could be my husband's paternal ggf. Where would there be
records of any family members involved in funeral & burial
arrangements? My husband's grandfather, Selig MARKEL, was living in
Vienna in 1894.

The only additional information I received >from Ms Weiss at the Vienna
Jewish Archives was the cause of death, deceased's occupation and the
location of his death.

Any suggestions?

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, California


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Vienna Cemetery Records #austria-czech

bud484bg@...
 

I have found a cemetery record for Solomom MARKL, age 83, funeral date
1894, in the Zentralfriedhol Cemetery.
This could be my husband's paternal ggf. Where would there be
records of any family members involved in funeral & burial
arrangements? My husband's grandfather, Selig MARKEL, was living in
Vienna in 1894.

The only additional information I received >from Ms Weiss at the Vienna
Jewish Archives was the cause of death, deceased's occupation and the
location of his death.

Any suggestions?

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, California


Streusler, Wr.Neustadt #austria-czech

Traude Triebel
 

I,m >from Wr.Neustadt
Tell me, what exact do you want to know. I try to find out.
Do you have more names about Streissler family and years?
As soon as I get information, I start, but I go at vacation >from 28.5
until middle of june

Traude Triebel
A-2700 Wiener Neustadt
email.: traude.triebel@...
Web.: http://www.reumann.biz


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Streusler, Wr.Neustadt #austria-czech

Traude Triebel
 

I,m >from Wr.Neustadt
Tell me, what exact do you want to know. I try to find out.
Do you have more names about Streissler family and years?
As soon as I get information, I start, but I go at vacation >from 28.5
until middle of june

Traude Triebel
A-2700 Wiener Neustadt
email.: traude.triebel@...
Web.: http://www.reumann.biz


Re: Re. Military records in the Austro-Hungarian Empire #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Tom Weiss wrote: Emailer 2 said that the records were
once free but now cost about 80 Euros. That emailer
also said that the records >from outside Austria were
destined for Prague and Thyrnau and all the later have
been lost. Vienna still has records of gallantry,
officers, and higher ranks.

I would like to identify myself as Emailer 2 and
expand on the above: I did tell Tom that the military
records were once free - indeed I obtained them for my
great-uncle Siegfried KERNER and learnt >from them that
he was short-sighted and a keen cyclist and skier! As
he died in the holocaust, this was valuable
information about him.

Entry to the Staatsarchiv, Nottendorfergasse was also
once free. There is now a daily fee [ca 7 Euros], but
one can get reduced rates for longer periods. There is
now also a search fee for records and this has to be
paid even if no records are found. This was not the
case when I asked for the records of Ernst KERNER
Siegfried's brother in late 2003. They could not find
any, but I did not incur a charge for the abortive
search.

I was quoted 80 Euros for another search last year -
which seemed rather steep if no records were
available. Someone else was quoted ca 40 Euros. I
expect the search charges are based on an estimate of
the time spent in the search. You now will get a quote
when you ask for records.

I was told that the major destination of records from
military personnel who were not "zustandig"
[resident] in Austria itself were Prague and Thyrnau
and that probably most of the latter had been cleared out
in a spring clean!

Vienna still holds the records of all Austrian
citizens and the records of higher ranks, gallantry
awards and special mentions etc for those soldiers
coming >from the wider Habsburg empire. The ordinary
soldiers' records >from the wider Empire were all
repatriated after WW1.

Where the Galician records went - I do not know, but a
search of the Special interest group message archives
with the terms galicia war records provided a very
useful posting on 23 Mar 2004 >from Brian J Lenius
entitled: Military service/Kolomea.

There are references to articles in this posting which
should provide leads including two by Christian
Tepperberg, the Director of the Kriegs Archiv.

1. Tepperberg, Dr. Christoph. "The Personnel Records
of the Austrian War Archives (Kriegsarchiv)" in East
European Genealogist. (East European Genealogical
Society, Winnnipeg, Canada, Vol.5 No.4, Summer 1997,
pp.18-19)

2. Tepperberg, Dr. Christoph. "The Austrian War
Archives in Vienna (Kriegsarchiv Wien) and its Records
Pertaining to Personnel" in East European Genealogist.
(East European Genealogical Society, Winnnipeg,
Canada, Vol.8 No.4, Summer 2000, pp.9-24)

Celia Male [UK]


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Re. Military records in the Austro-Hungarian Empire #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Tom Weiss wrote: Emailer 2 said that the records were
once free but now cost about 80 Euros. That emailer
also said that the records >from outside Austria were
destined for Prague and Thyrnau and all the later have
been lost. Vienna still has records of gallantry,
officers, and higher ranks.

I would like to identify myself as Emailer 2 and
expand on the above: I did tell Tom that the military
records were once free - indeed I obtained them for my
great-uncle Siegfried KERNER and learnt >from them that
he was short-sighted and a keen cyclist and skier! As
he died in the holocaust, this was valuable
information about him.

Entry to the Staatsarchiv, Nottendorfergasse was also
once free. There is now a daily fee [ca 7 Euros], but
one can get reduced rates for longer periods. There is
now also a search fee for records and this has to be
paid even if no records are found. This was not the
case when I asked for the records of Ernst KERNER
Siegfried's brother in late 2003. They could not find
any, but I did not incur a charge for the abortive
search.

I was quoted 80 Euros for another search last year -
which seemed rather steep if no records were
available. Someone else was quoted ca 40 Euros. I
expect the search charges are based on an estimate of
the time spent in the search. You now will get a quote
when you ask for records.

I was told that the major destination of records from
military personnel who were not "zustandig"
[resident] in Austria itself were Prague and Thyrnau
and that probably most of the latter had been cleared out
in a spring clean!

Vienna still holds the records of all Austrian
citizens and the records of higher ranks, gallantry
awards and special mentions etc for those soldiers
coming >from the wider Habsburg empire. The ordinary
soldiers' records >from the wider Empire were all
repatriated after WW1.

Where the Galician records went - I do not know, but a
search of the Special interest group message archives
with the terms galicia war records provided a very
useful posting on 23 Mar 2004 >from Brian J Lenius
entitled: Military service/Kolomea.

There are references to articles in this posting which
should provide leads including two by Christian
Tepperberg, the Director of the Kriegs Archiv.

1. Tepperberg, Dr. Christoph. "The Personnel Records
of the Austrian War Archives (Kriegsarchiv)" in East
European Genealogist. (East European Genealogical
Society, Winnnipeg, Canada, Vol.5 No.4, Summer 1997,
pp.18-19)

2. Tepperberg, Dr. Christoph. "The Austrian War
Archives in Vienna (Kriegsarchiv Wien) and its Records
Pertaining to Personnel" in East European Genealogist.
(East European Genealogical Society, Winnnipeg,
Canada, Vol.8 No.4, Summer 2000, pp.9-24)

Celia Male [UK]


STRAUSSLER from Wiener Neustadt #austria-czech

Fritz Neubauer
 

Suzanne wrote:

I have after four years of research got very little information on my
Paternal Grandfather's family. Weiner Neustadt seems to have gone
into oblivion. I know that a lot of the Jewish records were bombed
when the school was bombed. However, with the exception of the sad
news that my Great Aunt Josefine was in a labour camp in Riga
I can find no records whatsoever. I know that my family was several
generations in Weiner Neustadt.
Any help would be much appreciated.

Streusler - Weiner Neustadt

___________________________________

My comment:

Dear Suzanne,

the Memorial Book for the Deportees to the Baltic States comfirms the
information you have by the listing for

STRAUSSLER, Josefine
born 08 Aug 1892
last address: Liechtensteinstr. 103 in the 9th district of Vienna
deported >from Vienna to Riga on 26 Jan 1942 (of the 1201 people on
this transport only 36 are documented to have survived according
to the statistics in the volume)

Two additional points:
1) Note the spelling of the name: STRAUSSLER, perhaps that is one of the
reasons why you cannot find other records?
2) Note the spelling of the place name: Wiener Neustadt.

I hope that helps

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech STRAUSSLER from Wiener Neustadt #austria-czech

Fritz Neubauer
 

Suzanne wrote:

I have after four years of research got very little information on my
Paternal Grandfather's family. Weiner Neustadt seems to have gone
into oblivion. I know that a lot of the Jewish records were bombed
when the school was bombed. However, with the exception of the sad
news that my Great Aunt Josefine was in a labour camp in Riga
I can find no records whatsoever. I know that my family was several
generations in Weiner Neustadt.
Any help would be much appreciated.

Streusler - Weiner Neustadt

___________________________________

My comment:

Dear Suzanne,

the Memorial Book for the Deportees to the Baltic States comfirms the
information you have by the listing for

STRAUSSLER, Josefine
born 08 Aug 1892
last address: Liechtensteinstr. 103 in the 9th district of Vienna
deported >from Vienna to Riga on 26 Jan 1942 (of the 1201 people on
this transport only 36 are documented to have survived according
to the statistics in the volume)

Two additional points:
1) Note the spelling of the name: STRAUSSLER, perhaps that is one of the
reasons why you cannot find other records?
2) Note the spelling of the place name: Wiener Neustadt.

I hope that helps

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany


Re: Weiner Neustadt #austria-czech

pschroef@...
 

Dear Suzanne,

Weiner Neustadt is not gone into oblivion - it is written Wiener Neustadt
(Shortened to Wr. Neustadt), a city 40 kilometers south of Vienna (Wien in
german). The city was founded about 1200 ac with the ransom for King Richard
the Lionhearted, who was kept imprisoned in Austria. The name Neustadt means
New City (Neue Stadt, Nova Civitas). Because many newly founded cities had
the same name, the name changed about 1700 to Wiener Neustadt, which means
New City (near) Vienna.

The old border to hungary was only some kilometers east of Wr. Neustadt;
now this old Western Hungary is the austrian county of Burgenland.

under http://www.dada.at/gems/judeninkrems/JudenWr.Neustadt.doc
you may find some informations about a STREUSLER family (owner of a
shoe shop) in Wr.Neustadt.

Regards

Paul

-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Suzanne Richmond [mailto:suzierichmond@...]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 17. Mai 2005 09:41
An: Austria-Czech SIG
Betreff: [austriaczech] Weiner Neustadt
I have after four years of research got very little information on my
Paternal Grandfather's family. Weiner Neustadt seems to have gone
into oblivion.
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is not clear >from the From: line. This is Jewishgen policy.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech AW: Weiner Neustadt #austria-czech

pschroef@...
 

Dear Suzanne,

Weiner Neustadt is not gone into oblivion - it is written Wiener Neustadt
(Shortened to Wr. Neustadt), a city 40 kilometers south of Vienna (Wien in
german). The city was founded about 1200 ac with the ransom for King Richard
the Lionhearted, who was kept imprisoned in Austria. The name Neustadt means
New City (Neue Stadt, Nova Civitas). Because many newly founded cities had
the same name, the name changed about 1700 to Wiener Neustadt, which means
New City (near) Vienna.

The old border to hungary was only some kilometers east of Wr. Neustadt;
now this old Western Hungary is the austrian county of Burgenland.

under http://www.dada.at/gems/judeninkrems/JudenWr.Neustadt.doc
you may find some informations about a STREUSLER family (owner of a
shoe shop) in Wr.Neustadt.

Regards

Paul

-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Suzanne Richmond [mailto:suzierichmond@...]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 17. Mai 2005 09:41
An: Austria-Czech SIG
Betreff: [austriaczech] Weiner Neustadt
I have after four years of research got very little information on my
Paternal Grandfather's family. Weiner Neustadt seems to have gone
into oblivion.
MODERATOR NOTE: When signing emails, please give your full name, if it
is not clear >from the From: line. This is Jewishgen policy.


R' David "Karliner" FRIEDMAN #rabbinic

Shlomo Katz <SKATZ@...>
 

I have a vague recollection that someone on the list was interested
in a picture of R' David "Karliner" FRIEDMAN. A recently published
biography of R' Baruch Ber Leibowitz entitled "Harav Hadomeh
Lemalach" has such a picture on page 198.

Shlomo Katz
Silver Spring, Maryland


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic R' David "Karliner" FRIEDMAN #rabbinic

Shlomo Katz <SKATZ@...>
 

I have a vague recollection that someone on the list was interested
in a picture of R' David "Karliner" FRIEDMAN. A recently published
biography of R' Baruch Ber Leibowitz entitled "Harav Hadomeh
Lemalach" has such a picture on page 198.

Shlomo Katz
Silver Spring, Maryland


Help in translating marriage record in russian #poland

Guy Shapira <hgsh4@...>
 

Dear list members,

I would appreciate any help in translating marriage record dated 1868 from
Radomsko written in Russian. The married couple names are Zalman
Finkelsztajn and Lea Brener. Due to the unclear manuscript I was not able to
translate it by myself.

Both two pages of the record can be viewed at Viewmate:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6112
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6113

Please respond privately to my email address.

Thank you very much
Guy Shapira
Ramat Hasharon, Israel


JRI Poland #Poland Help in translating marriage record in russian #poland

Guy Shapira <hgsh4@...>
 

Dear list members,

I would appreciate any help in translating marriage record dated 1868 from
Radomsko written in Russian. The married couple names are Zalman
Finkelsztajn and Lea Brener. Due to the unclear manuscript I was not able to
translate it by myself.

Both two pages of the record can be viewed at Viewmate:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6112
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6113

Please respond privately to my email address.

Thank you very much
Guy Shapira
Ramat Hasharon, Israel