Kolomea, Galicia, birth record, translation? #galicia #ukraine #translation


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Good afternoon! This is part of a birth record (found on jri-poland.org) for Pesia Trepner, born to my husband's great-grandparents Josef and Sima (Greier) Trepner in Kolomea in 1904. (Josef & Sima immigrated to New York about five years later, and known there as Joseph and Sadie.)

Would anyone be able to translate this? I would so much appreciate it! The entries also make reference to Nadwórna and Bukovina. I'm thinking the language here is German, but am not sure.

Susan Thomsen
Westport, CT
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Frank Szmulowicz
 

Caveat: Cursive letters are not easy to read, but here is my best attempt at deciphering the text.
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Josef Dawid
Trepner

private office worker                   (urzędnik is a catch all category that encompasses an official, officer, etc. but in general is someone who works in an office)
from Nadwórnia, married
married in Ra(??enek?) in Bukovina
on June 22, 1899

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page 2
Tima?
Trepner
married in Nadwórnia
daughter of Eisig? Greier
and Golda
nee Helfer
from Kolomyja

Second column
Leon. (Z?)iegter
? from Kolomyja

signature in Yidish
hand sign 

Eisiga Greier
?
in Kolomyja
the signatory and witness
Moses ?

Frank Szmulowicz
FrankSzmulowicz@...

P. S. I hope this will give you some idea about this document. I am not used to such fancy calligraphy. Hopefully, someone will fill in what to me appears illegible.