Sütterlinschrift/Deutsche Kurrentschrift - German Handwriting

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Is anybody willing and able to decifer German handwriting 19th century style? There's a certificate of marriage attached to my great-grandfather's profile, that we are only able to read partially.
WikiTree profile: Richard Schramm
in Genealogy Help by Ronnie Grindle G2G6 Mach 1 (15.7k points)
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Schramm, Richard Friedrich Walter Adolf, Leutnant, Bromberg, b. 4. May 1880 zu Bromberg, evangelisch
Parents: Schramm, Richard, Dampfscheidemühlenbesitzer, verstorben und zuletzt wohnhaft in Bromberg und Gertrud, geborene Wille, wohnhaft in Bromberg

Handjery, Helena Alexandra, ohne Beruf, Deutsch-Wilmersdorf, b. 17. Januar 1885 zu Berlin, evangelisch
Parents: Handjery, Adoptivtochter des Regierungspräsidenten a.d. Heinz Nikolaus Handjery, verstorben und zuletzt wohnhaft in Berlin, Mutter: Gertrud Forch, jetzt geschiedene Ingenieur Hiltl, wohnhaft in Deutsch-Wilmersdorf

 

Do you need a translation?
by Helmut Jungschaffer G2G6 Pilot (528k points)
selected by Ronnie Grindle
Terrific! Thanks a lot! No translation needed, my German is at the level of a native speaker.

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