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Salzmann - Saratov & Tiflis

Peter (von) Salzmann, born 1897, Tiflis, Georgien Picture of familytree attached!


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That was very sweet of you. Thank you!

I understand that it might me very difficult to interpret.
I've been spending most of the night, just trying to find and "translate" some of the Zaltsman first names letter by letter, and then I had to give up the rest of the texts for now. But at least the names gives me something for further research - and if anything interesting comes up with those names, then I must look closer into the calender texts. So the work you just did is a great help!

Maybe you know.. You think I can trust the names in the familytree? I think maybe it seems most likely that sons would have their fathers firstname as a middlename? Fx Nikolai Fedorov (son of Nikolaus) is most likely to be called Nikolay Nikolayevich - and Peter might have the Nikolayevich from his father too?

Thank you!
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Maybe you know.. You think I can trust the names in the familytree? I think maybe it seems most likely that sons would have their fathers firstname as a middlename? Fx Nikolai Fedorov (son of Nikolaus) is most likely to be called Nikolay Nikolayevich - and Peter might have the Nikolayevich from his father too?
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Yes, you are correct. Russian middle names are patronymics. Peter’s middle name is not mentioned but I also noticed the discrepancy in case of Nikolai Fedoroff. It was common to do russification of names that sound foreign but it’s hard to imagine the name Nikolaus being transformed into Fedor when there is already a perfect Russian equivalent Nikolay. Typically Fedor is a former Theodor. So I agree that you have a reason to be suspicious.
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Thank you for confirming my suspicion.
The only one I'm certain of is Peter Zaltsman, born 1897 in Tiflis (Peter von Salzmann in the early German papirs). But I'm also looking out for Peter Nikolayevich Zaltsman then (in case his father is correct in the familytree).. Thank you very much.
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