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German translator

Posted: 1315672205000
Classification: Query
I have found many records in the Trebon Archives online who are my ancestors but am having trouble being able to translate them.....does anyone have any ideas?
How does one go about finding a translator?
thanks

Re: German translator

Posted: 1315852999000
Classification: Query
Please attach the record so that a translation may be done.
Jean

Re: German translator

Posted: 1316206188000
Classification: Query
not sure how to attach, so will probably have to find a translator....or, learn a little German. I will call the local LDS research library. They will have some ideas. Thanks.

Re: German translator

Posted: 1349887920000
Classification: Query
think they will be in czech language, or not?

Re: German translator

Posted: 1349891504000
Classification: Query
Parrish books are in Czech, Latin or German. Depends on area or time period.

Re: German translator

Posted: 1349936661000
Classification: Query
There is another hurdle and that is simply reading the entries. They frequently used a script that is very hard to read and abbreviations. You will save yourself a lot of work if you find a good translator. I have used a very competent researcher by the name of Iva Steinova. She primarily does research on Jewish geneaology so she does German, Czech and Hebrew into English and knows the research ropes. You might try contacting her at i-e-stein@seznam.cz (She is not related to me although we have the same last name)
Michael Stein

Re: German translator

Posted: 1351108999000
Classification: Query
TY all for your help...

Since my first inquiry, I have bought a book on German genealogy words, and the translations of them. And, I do have some Latin education, so I have painstakingly been able to translate the records on my own. After awhile, the Catholic records use the same words, so once I got that, it wasn't quite as difficult.
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