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I got a translation. For the record: The first the 7th July 1612 The second the 14th July 1612 The third the 21st of July 1612 Are married before Frans Adriaensz. van Leewen and …
answered Aug 16 '17 by Eric Stoltz
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This 1612 marriage record from Leyden is for my 10x great-grandparents George Morton and Juliana Carpenter, both born in England. Sadly, my Dutch is limited to guessing based on my poor German, and th …
asked Aug 10 '17 by Eric Stoltz
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There's a Salashe in Ukraine. At the time Ukraine was part of the Russian Empire, so it would have been referred to as "Russia" (e.g., children of German settlers born in Ukraine were called "Germans …
answered May 25 '17 by Eric Stoltz