ViewMate translation requested from RUSSIAN ( correction). KUPERSZTEJN records from TERESPOL #translation
This is a re-post.
I would be very grateful for help in translation from Russian of the following vital records on Viewmate:
1. Terespol 1872 B #21 Gerszko KUPERSZTEJN
2. Terespol 1878 M #1 Gersz KUPERSZTEJN & Chaia KINCBERG
3. Terespol 1885 B # 39 Boruch KUPERSZTEJN
4. Terespol 1899 B #11 Gersz Lejb KUPERSZTEJN
I am seeking to connect these KUPERSZTEJN's to my family tree.
My direct line of descent is as follows:
Gersz /Herszko/ Tsvi /Harry KUPERSZTEJN/ COOPERSTEIN, b. 1879 Międzyrzec Podlaski, married to Gitel/Gusta PRZEDECKI/ASHER of Manchester, UK, d. Cardiff, Wales 1972
Boruch/Beyrach/Berachiah/ Barnett KUPERSZTEJN/COOPERSTEIN, b. abt 1851 Międzyrzec Podlaski, married to Frejda Leja ROZEN of Międzyrzec Podlaski, d. Cardiff, Wales 1916
Moszko Mendel/ Moshe Menachem KUPERSZTEJN, b. Pratulin, 1824
married to Dyna ZYLBERKRANTZ of Międzyrzec Podlaski, d.?
GGG Grandfather: Hersz Lejb Jankielowicz (Mendelowicz) KUPERSZTEJN, b. circa 1800, resident Pratulin 1820's-1840's, married to Fejga Dwojra LILIENTHAL of Biała Podlaska, d.?
GGGG Grandfather: Jankiel? (Mendel?) b. late 1700's? Resident Pratulin 1820's?
GGGGG Grandfather Mendel? b. mid 1700's?
Pratulin is a tiny hamlet on the River Bug, which today forms the Poland/Belarus border.
[There is a theory that ALL the KUPERSZTEJN/KUPERSHTAJN/KUPFERSZTEIN's of this region are of common rabbinic descent, but that is another big story.]
Many thanks for your anticipated help in adding branches to the family tree. Please respond in the form provided on Viewmate.
Judith Silver, London UK, 20 Jan 2022