Yiddish Translator for Jewish Genealogy
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Do you need help translating a ketubah? A handwritten letter? Reading the names on a tombstone? Or translating a yizkor book for your family’s shtetl? Most Yiddish documents are actually a mishmash of Yiddish, German, Hebrew, Aramaic, and English. Multilingual documents are my specialty. Let my polyglot training and experience as a Yiddish translator help you. As a Yiddish translator, I provide Yiddish to English translation services for all types of Yiddish, including Chassidic / Chassidish, Litvak / Litvish, YIVO standard (“klal Yiddish”), and Soviet Yiddish orthography.
Your family’s history is waiting to be uncovered.
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A. J. G. from New York writes,
“I will be most happy to refer others to you and very much appreciate your translation of this treasured family document. I had been unsuccessful for more than 2 decades in getting it translated…thank you very much.”