[Prussian Genealogy] Re: Have German Birth Certificate... does anyone speak German???
- Hi, ayouo may be able to scan in small pieces and darken writting if
possibe alos there are some folks on line that will translate for
you prtoblem is they are hard to find. i had e mail address byt had
crash and lost all good luck
--- In email@example.com, "Kerri Gibson"
> Ken,WHAT they are, but the birth Certificate I'm sure of...It may have
> I'll try, but not sure how they'll come out-
> Guess its worth a shot.
> There are 2 other documents which I cannot for my life figure out
to be scanned in 2 sections or more, I have a small scanner, and
this is a legal size document....
>Certificate... does anyone speak German???
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: scheffkg.rm
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Sunday, May 26, 2002 2:35 PM
> Subject: [Prussian Genealogy] Re: Have German Birth
> Is it possible for you to scan it and upload the image?
> --- In prussiangenealogy@y..., "cjsmommy56" <cjsmommy@p...>
> > I have what I'm pretty sure is a German Birth Certificate...The
> > problem is its 120 years old(122) and its very faded, and I'mas
> > a hard time making the words out... does anyone have any ideas
> > how to figure it out??
> > Only about half of the words are legible...
> > any ideas????
> > Thanks Kerri
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