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Tombstone Translation

Tombstone Translation

Posted: 1357764720000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1357764801000
Surnames: Palodichuk
I believe this to be The Ukrainian Language, Can anyone tell me what it say's and Thank-you for any help you maybe able to give. peg
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Re: Tombstone Translation

Posted: 1357854201000
Classification: Query
Dear Peg,

I will ask a friend who is from the Ukraine for you but this will not be until tomorrow night so will post a reply Saturday.

Regards.............

Re: Tombstone Translation

Posted: 1357870747000
Classification: Query
ok Thanks. Peg

Re: Tombstone Translation

Posted: 1358519621000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Paladyczuk
Did you Find out anything on the tombstone. Peg

Re: Tombstone Translation

Posted: 1358533867000
Classification: Query
Sorry Peg no not yet we are snowed in at the moment and it is very cold here in England but I will post if I find any-thing for you.

Regards Viv........

Re: Tombstone Translation

Posted: 1358892248000
Classification: Query
I don't really know much about translations but played around on the computer. "roku" came up as "year" in Polish. And "W" came up as "in".

Could Rodytosy and Pomsrta be towns/areas? Couldn't find any words close to these.

Here's my wild guess:(born) in Rodytosy year 1865, (died)Pomsrta 2 January(?)year 1933.

Re: Tombstone Translation

Posted: 1360128609000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1360129494000
This isn't popping up Ukrainian. I'm still looking through the web for a translation. I've checked several slovak type translator's. This is coming up partially translated. Mostly: Roku is year. "born" and "died" isn't being translated at all. If you google translate it, polish pops up, but it isn't polish either. If I find anything, I will post again.

Re: Tombstone Translation

Posted: 1360448073000
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Thank-you

Re: Tombstone Translation

Posted: 1360448139000
Classification: Query
Thank-you

Re: Tombstone Translation

Posted: 1361030167000
Classification: Query
Hi Peggy finaly caught up with my Slovakian friend last night and she said its not Slovak.

Roko means born 1865
Pomsrta Died 2nd June 1933

Sorry could not have been more help.

Regards........Viv
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