Pultusk Record Translation

I belong to a Facebook group called “Tracing the Tribe – Jewish Genealogy on Facebook”. I asked there for recommendations about how to get the old records from Pultusk translated, and the general answer was, “Post them here, we’ll translate them!” I have done that with 2 so far and have thus confirmed the relationship of people that were previously unknown in our family.

One was Josek Joskowicz, a previously unknown son of my great-grandparents Isaac and Marya Joskowicz, who was born in 1892 and died in 1899. Another was Frajda Joskowicz, a previously unknown sister of Isaac, who got married in 1877.

I have more records that I will be posting and hopefully getting translated for free from the wonderful Russian members of that group (the records from Poland at that time were written in Russian).

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