great synagogue of london hebrew translation #unitedkingdom #translation


arnold friedman
 

hi,  appreciate if someone would translate the hebrew in the next to last row of the attachment, which is the wedding information for morris jacobs and marianna green.    i also attached the uk government marriage record for morris and marianna for reference.  i have found sometimes the fathers name varies in these two records.
 
i am interested in the whole record translation, but have hit a brick wall with Morris Jacobs who was born in poland.  I am hoping the hebrew translation helps with clues on fathers names or witnesses.
 
Morris Jacobs changed his name to Maurice Jackson in Canada.  I do not think he was every naturalized in England or Canada, and am open for suggestions of where i might find his city of birth.  From all the census and passenger documents i have found he lists Poland or Poland/Russia.   I don't know his name in Poland, assuming something like Moshe Jacobs??
 
anyway, thanks for help with hebrew translation.
 
best,
arnold friedman
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MORRIS JACOBS    married in London 1877, born in Poland.
MARIANNA GREEN  born in London
 
 
 
 


Dubin, David M. MD
 

Groom Moshe son of Yisrael
bride mirla dtr of Uri
Married by the prodigy out rabbi and teacher Nathan Katz. Same name for all entries on page
Witness mordecai son of Josef (?) Shraga. Also same name for all entries. 
witness line 2 illegible to me

Wednesday 22kislev (5)638

david dubin
teaneck nj 



srg100@...
 

Please could you tell me where you found these records as I'm also interested in
marriages in the Great Synagogue in London.

Many thanks.
--
Shoshanah Glickman
Gateshead, UK


Martyn Woolf
 

 

The Great Synagogue.

 

I find that the records are most easily accessed from the books by Harold & Miriam Lewin.

 

There are four volumes, the one I use most is “The Marriage Records of The Great Synagogue, 1791-1885”. The others are “The Birth Records of The New Synagogue and Marriage Records of The New and Hambro Synagogues, London”  (that is all in one volume), then there is “Burial Records of The Great & Hambro Synagogues – London 1791-1837” and lastly, “Birth Records of The Great and Hambro Synagogues, London”.

 

Much of the Lewin’s excellent work was extracted from LDS Family History Library films and the reference details are shown against each entry in the four volumes. 

 

Hope that helps

 

Martyn Woolf

London, NW3

 

 

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