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ViewMate translation request of a Ketubah #translation


Bruce Seide
 

I would appreciate any assistance in determining the name of the bride and groom from this Ketubah, dated 1875.


Malka
 

Genners,

 

The picture of the Ktubah was upside down.  As far as I could tell, the groom’s name is Moshe ben (Son of) Zvi and the bride’s name looks like Fruma.  Her father’s name  is illegible. 

Shalom, Malka chosnek in Texas

 


Ellen Lukas Kahn
 

Does the Ketubbah belong to your ancestors?   I assume you cannot read Hebrew (print or script) because the Ketubbah is updside down.  Sorry I cannot help you.
 
 


David Barrett
 

Groom:   MOSHE BEN TZVI

Bride:  FRUMA
Cannot decipher fathers name


David Shapiro
 

Bride's father's name is "H"R (Harav?) Zev".

Dovid Shapiro
Jerusalem


aryeh.lopiansky@...
 

Fruma, daughter of Zev


yitschok@...
 

Moshe son of Tzvi
Fruma daughter of Zev
The year is 1893


Reuven Mohr
 

not sure about Fruma's father's name, (looks like Zoib/Zuib?) - 
but the date I see two possibilities:
(2 Ellul 5603 = Mon, 28 Aug 1843;) or more likely
2 Ellul 5653 = Mon, 14 aug 1893;


Reuven Mohr
 

maybe the father of the bride's name was Ze'ev (=Wolf), and here they spelled it phonetically: Zeiv