Re: [S-R] Baptism certificate, needs translating
- Female, legitimate
r k and r kat -- roman catholic
Next to last column is the priest's name who did the baptism - Adolf
Meli.. , priest.
The very bottom of the document is the date this certificate was created
and the priest who created the certificate. 22 Nov 1924, Jan Huraik(?),
Last line under observations == ...local church Velke Levare ;
I can't read the first two lines.
On Mon, January 5, 2009 6:02 pm, momsbeenscrappin wrote:
> Thanks so very much Joe! Can you tell what the next to the last
> column says? Maybe the name of the church or priest? Is that listed
> on the certificate anywhere?
> --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Armata, Joseph R" <armata+@...>
>> Did you have the village? It's Velke Levare, house #93. Born on the
> 9th, baptised on the 13th. Godparents were Jan Holly (noted as
> venerabilis = venerable, honorable - he was someone important) and
> Franciska Peller. The note at the end looks like it's cut off at the
> front, but it seems to talk about the status of the child.
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>> > Subject: [S-R] Baptism certificate, needs translating
>> > Hi everyone
>> > I've gotten a copy of my aunt's baptism certificate from 1904,
> and have
>> > added it to a file under Schmaus. If anyone can translate
> anything on
>> > it, I would be ever so grateful. Here's what I do know:
>> > Antonia Schmaus born Aug. 9, 1904 to Stefan Schmaus and Anna
>> > Schmaus. That's about all I know it says. Any little bit is most
>> > appreciated.
>> > Thanks - Doris
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