Suzanne Gwilym ..... December 09, 2013 - 04:54 AM
I'm a new member (joined today!) and I have a birth certificate for my grandmother in German that I could translate, but I can't decipher the handwriting. Is there someone with more experience with old handwriting that could help me? Or could someone recommend a contact? Thanks,
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I am looking for the birthplace of ANNA EMILIE MAIDORN (b. approx. 1887) She always said she came from Mittenwald Germany...and added Bavaria although she was a Lutheran. She married W.H.Quirk in South Africa in 1905