1881 Marriage Of Moszko Mendel Kur & Frajdla Osowska

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It took place in Nur, on October the seventh/October the nineteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty one, at eight o’clock at night.  The wedding ceremony took place today in the presence of the following witnesses: Srul Szarf, a shoemaker, age forty five years old, and Sender Lustyk, a landlord, age fifty years old, both residing in Nur.  Moszko Kur, bachelor, age nineteen years old, a Jew, son of Sana Kur and the late Sosia, residing in Nur with his father, born in Nur, married Frajdla Osowska, bachelorette, age twenty years old, a Jew, daughter of the late Mejer Osowski and Gitla, residing in Nur with her mother.  Three banns of marriage have been announced in the synagogue in Nur, on Sabbath of September the fifth, September the twelfth and September the nineteenth, this year.  The newlyweds haven’t signed any prenuptial agreement.  The couple was blessed by rabbi of Nur, Chaskiel Gasz. This document was read to the witnesses, groom and bride and signed.


Chaskoł Gasz

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