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From: Michele <>
Subject: Re: [POLAND] Anna Lewandowski birth record - help with Cyrillictranslation.
Date: Fri, 26 Feb 2010 11:29:24 -0700
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Thank you for your thoughts on this record. Residing makes perfect
sense. I should have thought of that one myself so I'm glad you pointed
it out. It looks like the phrasing on the next set of ??? would be "this
current year". I didn't think of current because this seemed to already
say that. And now I am remembering that there was a pastor named
PieĊ„kowski in some other records. I'll have to double check his name.
I'm sorry it was not as clear as previous documents I've posted. I'm not
sure why that would be. I'll have to watch out for that.

Thank you for your help,


Bronwyn Klimach wrote:
> Michele,
> As no-one else seems to have responded I shall be brave and tell you
> my thoughts on your ???s.
> Both words after weaver(s) I think mean the equivalent of residing -
> and carry on over the end of the line to the next one.
> Your next ??? before 'of this year' you have basically already
> translated with the word 'this' i.e. current.
> The Pastor's surname I think is P-nkowski, with my favourite options
> being Piankowski, Pienkowski or Pinkowski. The following word is
> Pastor.
> As for the hour of birth, I really cannot make it out. I hope someone
> has an explanation for what this word might be.
> I did find that I could not see this record as clearly as some of the
> previous ones you had posted - I don't know if the difference is
> something you have done, or a change on the Picasa site.
> Kind regards,
> Bronwyn.
> On Sun, Feb 21, 2010 at 8:41 PM, Michele <> wrote:
>> After receiving much appreciated help with translating the facts of the
>> birth record of Anna Lewandowski, I've been trying to fill in the rest.
>> I think I have most of it but found a few of the Cyrillic words to be
>> puzzling. The word after weaver and weavers, for example. There are a
>> few others and I have marked them all with red question marks. Does
>> anyone have any suggestions for the words I am missing on my working
>> copy? I've posted it at the link below. Thanks, Michele
>> http://picasaweb.google.com/mgardenerm/WiskitkiRecordsCyrillic?authkey=Gv1sRgCOOijPytw8q1QQ#5440797604729876610
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