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Markus Gottschalk Sachbearbeiter Pfarramt I HAVE RECEIVED THE ABOVE IN RESPONSE TO MY REQUEST TO THEM TO SEE IF THEY WOULD ACCEPT A BANK CHECK MAILED TO THEM, RATHER THAN TO DO A WIRE TRANSFER. CAN SOMEONE TELL ME IF THEY ARE WILLING TO ACCEPT A BANK CHECK VIA MAIL, BY READING THIS EMAIL???
they write about "transfer in advance". ______________________
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Thank you for your e-mail dated 07/24/2011.Please understand, that we are do a a variety of inquiries in the area of Genealogy answer, because of that we answer your e-mail today.
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Markus Gottschalk Clerk Rectory-office _________________________________________________________________________________
just a question. why do you ask at italian board for translating a german letter? it looks like it is from Germany when i see the name of clerk.
often some differences. no idea which parish-church you asked. often much work or not so many officers some times or so..... in Austria often also differnces when i asked at same archive different times. it was Vienna historical registry dates. one time it needed a week, another time nearly 2 months. one time another person worked on it and possible my question has taken more time, or this person works not so quickly like another. anything is possible. it´s normal - sometimes you have to be patient. do it in the way they stated with the bank-transfer. i know not any office in Germany or Austria which works with checks. it´s not usual in Europe and nobody likes it. it has never been enforced here. when you not give your post-adress they cannot send the results they found or the documents if you have ordered. not all offices send what they found or what is ordered about e-mail.
Thanks, I've been patient. When I referred to two months, it was before they would even reply to my email, even though we had been corresponding on a regular basis. It is St. Georgen Glauchau. A prior request to Germany before this one, I received the records by email, even though I asked for them to mail it to me, and they had my address. Sorry, it sounds as though I am complaining, I am not, I am just trying to sort it all out.............