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New Information Tables from the Lyakhovichi Revision Lists

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Census Sequence:
A tool for examining the 1816, 1819, and 1834 Revision Lists.
by Deborah G. Glassman, copyright 2008

Creating a web site is not like writing a book. Information comes in out of sequence, previously accessed documentation has to be reassessed based on new material acquired long after previous publication dates. Any good research website has by definition, to be a work in progress. The plan was to add the 1834 and 1850 Revision Lists to the valuable series of materials that have been laboriously identified, retrieved, and translated, by the Lyakhovichi Special Interest Group, and most recently, been made into tables by the webmaster. But as new images were found to accompany the Revision Lists that we have long had for 1816 and for 1819, and as both the old and the new lists were reorganized to see what other information they could produce, more information was found in all of them.

We don't know how the censuses were conducted and that is an important question for genealogists. Did a census-taker go door to door? That would tell us if families lived in adjacent houses, on connected streets, et al. Did the Jewish community get called to a central reporting area? That might tell us the relative status of people going up to the enumerators, those of importance might go first, winding down to those with less assets. Were they called to an official's desk, based on their order in a book? If so, when was the book order established, how consistent and how fluid was it, and when and how was the book's order set and determined? This question might establish when a family came to the town, its relationships with families enumerated on either side, and patterns of inheritance reflected in families with their heads of households reported in multiple periods. Those three possibilities, among others, would seem questions upon which we would have to speculate indefinitely but the 1834 Revision List changed that. In the table immediately below this article you will see a tabulation of Census Sequence, that is, it is the process and the results of a search for some kind of correlation between 1816, 1819, and 1834. Based on examination of only 1816 and 1819, there was nothing that tied the order of families in one year to the progression in the supplementary list that followed so closely. But using the sequence table below, we see that 1834 repeats the order of 1816 and then moves right on without missing a beat into the 1819 enumerees.

Look at the table below and I think you will immediately stipulate that the three possibilities offered above have been narrowed to one. Census takers of 1834 were clearly holding in their hands the material compiled in earlier revisions, including 1816 and 1819, as they examined Lyakhovichi’s Jewish population. The household numbers don’t match from year to year as individuals died, surnames disappeared, and a few new ones entered the community. But the order of entry of families was virtually unchanged from the earlier materials to that of 1834. Not only are many of the same individuals reported, but most of the families reported in 1834 have the same families listed before and after them as in the earlier census.


Judges in a volost court founded in the 1860s.
This image is from 1906 and was taken at a court near Novogorod (not Novogrodek in today's Belarus, but a city in the Russian heartland), far from Lyakhovichi, yet it may suggest the process by which the census was taken by Russian officials. Called to an official's desk, while an assistant finds the family in the book brought to the town [from Minsk?] for the purpose, the family's new information is entered by a second official or a third. Armed bailiffs or gendarmes are often described as accompanying such Russian officials, a visible and intimidating reminder that these were legal documents and the penalties for proven perjury were harsh. Specific men who were appointed as enumerators by the Russian government were recorded in the records of the Chancellery of the Governor of Minsk Guberniya, and when we eventually identify those who took the reports in Lyakhovichi we may find that there are other relevant records under their names. They were entitled to file complaints for non-appearance, they might have been asked to verify judicial occasions in which their records were used in testimony, et al.

So what can we do with the information? We can search for possible name changes, we can look for family relationships not previously suspected, we can get an intimate look at the households of Lyakhovichi in not one time period but over many years. Before we go on to the specifics, you may wonder why I did not include 1850 in this analysis. A quick look at it shows it beginning with many of the same parties: BUSEL, OGINSKY, VINOGRAD, EPSTEIN, and ELINA, appear in comparable positions. All through the 1850 Revision List, you see blocks of families in the same order they appeared in the 1834 List, but we have lost the ability to calculate from the 1834 list, a prediction of where in the 1850 list they will appear. This tool has so far, not been made workable across the 1816-1834-1850 combined data. But we will continue to study it to see if other correlations can be made.

You can see a change in the way forenames were reported between 1816/1819 and 1834. Many of those with double names in the earlier recording are reported with just a single name in 1834. Their patronymics go through a similar metamorphosis. Most often, but not exclusively, the remaining name is the second of the two names in a first double-name. Dr. Lamdan suggests that these were not so much double names as double-patronymics, that is that in the earlier generation men were recorded with their name, their father's name and the grandfather's name. He found confirmation of this in his own family when he examined a Mandel described with the patronymic of GershevMoshev in 1816, whose father was identified as Girsh son of Moshe in the 1784 Grand Duchy of Lithuania Census. The two-generation patronymic might have been necessitated in the earliest days of Russian rule to nail down exactly who was who, before hereditary surnames were solidly in place, Your personal research may illuminate such things for others, so please help us grow a bigger data sampling by sharing your research findings.

You can see a number of surnames passing both from fathers to sons and from fathers-in-law to sons-in-law. You can also see surnames becoming more consistent among different branches of a family. For example, in the ELINA family you see all three processes as households that in 1816 used GLINA and ELINA, in 1834 use only ELINA; and as a brother-in-law who continues to live in the household now headed by his father-in-law's sons, has changed his surname from ELKONA to ELINA which matches theirs. Spelling starts to take forms closer to what we see at the end of the nineteenth century, witness the transistion of the TIKOTCHINSKY family from VTIKOTCHINSKY, GOBSHTEIN to EPSHTEIN, LOSEL to LOSS, BUGBINDER to BUKHBINDER, et al.

I think you will find the Census Sequence Table a valuable tool in your kit. There are instances where it would have been pure guess work to determine if a name had changed, but now we can factor into the equation not just first name and patronymic, but their position on the chart in both years. When Efroim son of Ovsey-Mordukh VATN is reported in 1816, but there is no VATN in 1834, one could search in all directions. But this tool indicates there is some kind of correlation between him and Froim [nickname for Efrem] son of Mordukh MALOVITSKY who appears in the same order between KHOROZ and KACHER as he had. Similarly, Meir son of Mordukh Itsko PARTNOY who sits between SHKLYAR and MANDEL in 1816, may help resolve the mystery of the origins of Meir b. Mordukh KHAIT who in 1834 sits between SHKLYAR and MANDEL. Still, You can't use this list instead of the Revision Lists themselves. The women are not reported here, the relationships are largely missing, and ages are generally given only to confirm identities with a person listed on the earlier list. People who were reported in sequential household numbers in the earlier Revision Lists are frequently joined together in 1834's list if the later family's members are dead. I don't know what that conveyed to the census takers, but it is so pervasive as to keep us from any assumptions about therelationships between the dead and the living. But if you have been trying to determine how your family fits into other Lyakhovichi families, what your family name may have been once upon a time, or when that name was adopted, this tool can contribute. If you have done other analysis of materials that you think would offer insights, please contact us. Deborah Glassman, webmaster

 

1811/1816 Revision Lists
followed by 1819 Revision List

1834 Revision List

#1 BUSEL, Leiba b Nukhim

#1 BUSEL, Leiba b Nukhim and Berkovich, Yosel b Kalman (dead and joined to next previous family with living members)

 

#2 BERKOVICH, Yosel b Kalman

#1 BERKOVICH, Yosel b Kalman (dead and joined to next previous family with living members)

 

#3 OGINSKY, Aron b Abram

#2 OGINSKY , Aron b Abram

# 4 BERKOVICH and BUSEL, both dead in 1816

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#5 VINOGROD, Movsha b Faibish

#3 VINOGROD, Shlomo b Movsha

#6 EPSTEIN, David son of Meir Shlyoma

#4 EPSTEIN, David son of Meir

#7 GLINA, Girsh b Volf and Elkona, Abram b Ozer (called bro-law)

#5 ELINA, Girsh b Volf; and Elina, Abram b Ozer [Name Change from Elkona to Elina for bro-law]

#8 OGINSKY, Nakhman b Izreel

#6 OGINSKY, Nakhman b Izrael. Son in law is Haim b Manus [Oginsky] and there are no sons

#9 BERKOVICH, Azriel b Shimshel (not present 1816); his order in 1834 is derived from his listing in the 1819 Revision reported later in this column (1819#2)

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#10 MALOVITSKY, Meyer b Yankel

No Number - See on same enumeration page with OGINSKY and ELINA above; MALOWITSKY, Meyer b Yankel with other people dead in 1834 and with no household number

#11 EPSTEIN, Shlioma b Movsha

#7 EPSTEIN, Shlyoma b Movsha (dead), EPSTEIN Berka b Shlyoma; and Berka’s nephew EPSTEIN, Movsha b Volf

#12 VTIKOTCHINSKY, Shevel b Girsh

#8 TIKOTCHINSKY, Shevel b Girsh (dead), other living Tiktchinskys

#13 ASHKENAZI, Yankel b Yosel Yehiel; and Malowitzky, Itsko b Aron

Same order on page (between Vtikotchinsky and MUKASEY) but no household number possibly no number because Ashkenazi and Malowitsky fam members reported are all dead inc Ashkenazi, Yankel b Iosel Yekhel; and Malowitzky, Itska b Aron

#14 MUKASEY – all dead in 1816

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# 15 BERKOVICH, Movsha Sholom b Shimshel

#9 BERKOVICH, Movsha b Shimshel; and Iosel b Yankel Gets (dead)

#16 BUSEL – all dead in 1816

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#17 LIS, Yosel b Yankel Gets

#9 Yosel b Yankel Gets (dead and joined to next previous family with living members) No surname

#18 BUSEL, inc. Ovzer Mendel b Yosel

#10 BUSEL, inc Ovzer-Mendel b Iosel (dead but joined to his own family with living members); Yosel b Yankel Busel remains head of family age 66

#19 MALOVITSKY – missing in 1816

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#20 BREVDA –Aron b Shemshel

#11 BREVDA –Aron b Shemshel and son Shlyoma b Aron

#21 ELINA –Gedaliah b Volf

#12 ELINA –Gedaliah b Volf

#22 –GAEZA; and unsurnamed Rubin b Girsh; and 2 dead Bursteins

#13 GAVZA with son-in-law Rubin b. Girsh

# 23 BUDOVLYA – Ovzer b. Leiba

#14 BUDOVLYA – Ovzer b. Leiba

#24 BURSTEIN, Haim b. Sholom

#15 BURSTEIN, Haim b. Sholom

#25 ODAKHOFSKY – Haim b. Efrem

#16 ODAKHOFSKY – Haim b. Efrem

#26 BUGBINDER – Leizer b. Yankel Zelik

#17 BUKHBINDER – Leizer b. Yankel

#27 MURKES inc Aron b. Azriel and VINOGRAD – Itzka b. Israel

#18 MURKES -Aron b. Azriel and #19 VINOGRAD – Itzka b. Israel (2 families reported together in 1816 are separate but adjoining in 1834)

#28 GAVZA – Leiba b. Shaya

#20 GAVZA – Leiba b. Shaya (dead); other living Gavzas inc son Yehiel Gavza and Yehiel’s son-in-law Moshe Elina and Elina’s children [name should change to Elina in 1850]

#29 VISHNYA inc Azriel b. Yankel

#21 VISHNYA - Azriel b. Yankel

#30 BREVDA – Itska b. Yosel

#22 BREVDA – Itska b. Yosel

#31 MALOVICH inc Nevah b. Morduch

#23 MALOVITSKY - Nevah b. Morduch (dead but with other members of own family); Shlyoma b. Mordukh MALOVITSKY is head

#32 BRESLAVSKY and KOMAR, (and Yudelvich missing 1816)

#24 BRESLAVSKY and KOMAR (Komars recorded but dead) and Malovitsky and Kacher, both also dead

#33 Malovitsky and Kacher (and Yablona missing 1816)

#24 see Malovitsky and Kacher above, reported dead

#34 GRUSKO and SHALIMOVICH

#25 GRUSHKA (and son-in-law prev using SHALIMOVICH now using Grushka)

#35 FANSHTEIN – Moshe b Shmerko

#26 FANSHTEIN – Moshe b Shmerko (reported dead)

#36 ZHMUDYAK – inc Abram b. Falya (absent in 1816)

#27 ZHMODYAK –Abram b. Falya.

There were three previous reports of an Abram b Falya Zmudzyak. One absent in 1816 aged 15 in 1811; one in 1816 aged 25 recorded in the last household of census as aged 25, who had been absent in 1811; and one recorded in household #74 in 1819 with the age of 24.

1834 Family head #27 states that he was recorded as age 24 in the last Revision List and appears to be household #74 in 1819. It is not clear if there are two men, or 3 iterations of the same man.

 

#37 MALOVITSKY – Girsh b Leib

#28 MALOVITSKY – Girsh b Leib

#38 DAVIDKOVICH, Itsko b Mordukh; and SYSUN, Tsalka son of Leyzer; and GAVZA sons of Azriel [neither present], LEV, Leiba b Peisach; and SLUCHAK, Ovsey b Abram

#29 DAVIDKOVICH, Itska b Mordukh (dead); SYSUN, Tsalka son of Leyzer (dead) but SYSUN, Abram b Tsalko living in household (previously recorded alone in 1819 has been put in his father's household order)

Split into 2nd household – #30 SLUCHAK, Ovsey b Abram (head); LEV, Leiba b Peiysakh (dead) but more LEV family members in house; and OLSHA, Peysakh b Srol. and VINGER –Berka son of Shimen (dead and joined to next previous family with living members)

#39 VINGER –Berka son of Shimen

#30 VINGER –Berka son of Shimen (dead and joined to next previous family with living members)

 

#31 FEDYUK, Berka b Movsha and MALOVITSKY, Movsha b Berka

#40 KHARLIP inc Itsko b Yudel

#32 KHARLIP, Itsko b Yudel

#41 GAVZA, Avigdor b. Shaya

#33 GAVZA, Vigdor b. Shaya

#42 GRUSKO, Beniomin Itsko b Iser

#34 GRUSHKA, Beniamin b Iser and Malovitsky

#43 MALOVITSKY, Mikhel b Shimon and Malovitsky, Nevach b Shlomo

#34 MALOVITSKY, Mikhel b Shimon (dead) and Malovitsky, Nevach b Shlomo (dead) joined to Grusko (next previous fam with living members)

#44 YELINA, Yevna b Azriel

#35 ELINA – Evna b Izreel (dead) other living Elinas

#45 SKOLNIK, Sholom b Movsha

#36 SKOLNIK, Sholom b Movsha

#46 GRABINA, Meer b Abram and KIPISH, Nachman Shmerko b Leiba; and KACHER (dead), Zadvorsky (dead)

#37 GRABINA, Meyer b Abram

#46 KIPISH, Nachman Shmerko b Leiba (and others in household listed just above)

#38 KAPLAN, Nakhman b Leiba NEW MAY 2008 Because the webmaster misread the patronymic info previously, she missed that Nakhman b Leiba Kaplan and Nachman Shmerko b Leiba Kipish who was recorded in this position in 1816 both had fathers named Leiba. Their ages match exactly and it is clearly the same person

#47 BERKOVICH- Avigdor son of Shimshel; and SNOVSKY, Beinas b Aron (missing in 1816) VALTSMAN (dead); KHAVZA (dead),

#39 BERKOVICH - Avigdor son of Shimshel; and Bobrov (dead) and MALOVITSKY, Vigdor-Yankel son of Michal (dead)

 

 

#48 BOBROV, Kaltsman b Yosel Osher; and ARANOVICH, Avigdor Yankel son of Michel

#39 BOBROV, Kalman b Yosel Sholom (dead), and MALOVITSKY, Vigdor-Yankel son of Michal (reported dead but see next listing) both joined to next previous fam with living members

#48 – ARANOVICH, Avigdor Yankel son of Michel

#40 –MALOVITSKY, Yankel son of Michael in household of PINCHUK David b Berka, previously two sequential listings

#49 – PINCHUK, David Itsko son of Berka

#40 PINCHUK, David son of Berka

#50 – LIS, Yosel b. Girsh; and also Grinspan(missing), Kaplan (dead), Yosilvich (dead)

#41 LIS- Yosel b. Girsh

#51 – KAPLAN, Berka b. Rubin Shmuel

#42– KAPLAN, Berka b. Rubin

#52 – VALOKHOYANSKY, Yevel b Movsha-Itsko

#43 VOLOKVYANSKY, Evel b. Moshe

#53 DUBINCHIK, Sholom b. David

#44 DUBINCHIK, Sholom b. David (dead); living Dubinchiks

#54 MLODINOV, Nota b Itsko and Budovlyia, Yevel b Shmuilo Abram; and Runik (dead)

#46 MYLODINEK, Nota b Itska and #45 Budovlya, Evel b. Shmoylo

#55 RIBNIK (dead) and ROZHANSKY(absent 1816) and ZAYETS (absent)

 

#56 KOTLAR, Meshel son of Berko and Mukasey, Todros

#47 KOTLAR, Mesel son of Berka

#57 GELFANT, Mordukh Elya bTodros-Yosel); and OGINSKY, Mordukh Movsha b Yankel; and SHKLYAR, Abram Berko b Aron

#48 GELFANT, (Mordukh son of Todros),

and #49 AGINSKY, Mordukh b. Yankel and SHKLAR, Abram b Aron

#58 PARTNOY, Meir b. Mordukh Itsko; and SHVETS (dead in 1816)

#50 KHAIT, Meir b. Mordukh

#59 MANDEL, Israel son of Girsh Moshev; and KUSHNER (dead in 1813)

#51 MANDEL, Isroel son of Girsh

#60 LIS, Khaim b Yevna; and ZAYETS, Abram b. Yosel

split into two households #52 ZAYETS, Abram b. Yosel; AND #53 LIS, Khaim b. Yevna (dead) and his son LIS, Sabsa

#61 ARONCHIK, Boruch b Fayvel

#54 ARONCHIK, Boruch b Fayko

#62 SHLEFER, TKACH (both dead in 1816)

 

#63 GRAVELNIK, (Aron Feibish son of Moshe); PARTNOY, (Michal son of Faika); KUSHNER (dead), SHMUKLER(dead)

#55 KAM, Aron son of Moshe and #56 ARONCHIK, Michal son of Fayka

#64 VINOGRAD, Elya son of Volf Nokhim and MALINKI (dead)

#56 VENGER, Elya son of Nokhim (dead) and joined to previous living person in list (Aronchik)

 

#65 OLKHA, Khaim b. Yosel Yudel and also Vatnemeyster (dead)

# 57 OLKHA, Khaim b. Yudel and also LYUBESHOVSKY, Itska son of Notka (dead)

#66 GLUKHOVSKY, and KLEYMEISTER both dead in 1816

 

#67 GLINA, GRABINA, VINGER, - all dead

 

#68 LIBOSHEVSKY, itsko son of Notka and Malina, Yosel son of Yekraim (absent in 1816); MUKASEY and OGINSKY (both dead) and VINOGRAD, Izroel son of ZImen

#57 LYUBESHOVSKY, Itska son of Notka (dead) and joined to previous living person in list

 

#58 VINOGRAD, Izroel son of Zimel

 

#59 VENGER, Girsh son of Shimen [part of Vinogrod fam?] and GAM, Volf son of Abram (dead)

#69 LEIZEROVICH, (Gershen Volf son of Abram) and

EPSTEIN, (Oser Lemel son of Abram)

#59 GAM, Volf son of Abram (dead) and joined to previous living person in list

above [VENGER/ VINOGRAD?]

#60 EPSTEIN, Lemka son of Abram

#70 BUSEL, Iser son of Zamvel

#61 BUSEL, Iser son of Zavel

#71 BREVDA, Aron son of Lemel and two sons-in-law Yosel b. Khaim and Itska b. Leiba

#62 BREVDA, Aron son of Lemka – his two son-in-laws now head fams #63 BREVDA, Yosel ben Haim and #64 BREVDA, Itska b. Leiba

#72 ADUKHOFSKY, Itska b Rubin; BERKOVICH, Gabriel b. Benjamin; DAREVSKY, Yankel b. Boruch (absent)

#65 ODUKHOVSKY, Itska b. Rubin and #66 BERKOVICH, Gabriel b Benjamin; and KHAIT, Meyer b Ayzik

#73 GALEMBO, Itsko son of Abram; Kacher (dead)

#67 GALEMBO, Itsko son of Abram;

#74 ANGELYOVICH inc Rafail son of Yevel

#68 ANELIOVICH, Rafail b Evel

#75 BREZINA, Leizer b. Girsh Yosel and ROZIN, Aron? b Boruch

#69 BREZINA, Leizer b. Girsh; and also ROZIN, Aron Yankel b Boruch (dead)

#76 ASHKENAZI, Yekhiel Moshe son of Rubin-Vigdor;

#69 ASHKENAZI, Yekhiel Moshe son of Vigdor (dead) and joined to previous living person in list (Brezina)

 

#76 MALOWITSKY, Yosel b Leiba Udel; and VINGER, Girsh Geshel b Shimen and Zhmuidzak Abram b Falya Yevna and ASHKENAZI, Yekhiel Moshe son of Reuven Vigdor

#70 MALOWITSKY, Yosel b Leiba; GAVZA, Yehiel b Vigdor, ZHMUDZIAK, Abram b Yakov; Vinger not present

1819 -#1 REIFA, Leiba son of Itska Shloma

#71 RUFA, Leiba son of Itska. In household of Abram b. Evna Gam

1819 -#2 BERKOVICH, Izriel b Shimshel

#72 BERKOVICH, Azriel b Shimshel

1819 -#3 ZAYETS, Benyomin son of Itska

#73 ZAYETS, Benyomin son of Yosel (check both entries for father’s name)

1819 -#4 BURSHTEIN, Itska b Abram

#74 BURSHTEIN, Itska b Abram and STOLYAR, Berko b Girsh (in prev year, adjoining, now unified)

 

1819 -#5 STOLYAR, Berko b Girsh

#74, STOLYAR, Berko b Girsh (in prev year, adjoining, Burshtein, now one household)

1819 -#6 GREBLYA, Itska b Naftel

#75 GREBLYA, Itska b Naftol and GAM, Ovsey b Berka and RIMNIK, Shaya b. Khaim (dead) Greblya and GAM are one household, RIMNIK is dead and joined to previous living person in list

1819 -#7 GAM, Govsey Yosel-Berko

See #75 above – GAM, Ovsey b Berka

1819 -#8 RIBNIK Shaya b Khaim

See #75 above –RIMNIK, Shaya b Khaim (dead) and joined to previous living person in list

1819 -#9 FARBER Leiba b Aran-Pinkhes

#76 FARBER, Leib b Aron

1819 -#10 KOTLYAR Berko b Mesel

 

1819 -#11 OGINSKY Srol b Aran

#77 AGINSKY, Israel b Aron

1819 -#12 BUSYOL Yosel bIyodel (Yudel?)

#78 BUSEL, Yosel b Yudel

1819 -#13 GOLANCHIK, Leiba b Aran

#79 GALENCHIK, Leiba b Aron

1819 -#14 GAUZA, Shaya b Moshe

 

1819 -#15 GAUZA, Yankel-Feivel b Geshel

1819-#30 – Gavza, Geshel b Yankel

#80 – GAVZA, Geshel b Yankel

1819 -#16 ARONCHIK, Abram b Leiba

 

1819 -#17 KURKHENTS, Elya b Movsha

#81 KURKHES, Elya b Movsha

1819 -#18 ILINA, Movsha b Girsh

 

1819 -#19 BERKOVICH, Sholom b Shimshel

#82 BERKOVICH Sholom b Shimshel

1819 -#20 MALOVIDZKY, Yankel b Leiba-Iyosel

#83 MALOVITSKY, Yankel b Leiba and Epshtein (in 1816 was Gobshtein) dead but joined to 83

1819 -#21 GOBSHTEIN, Yosel b Berko

 

1819 -#22 GOBSHTEIN, Meyer b Berko

 

1819 -#23 GOBSHTEIN, Yosel b Meyer

#83 EPSHTEIN, Yosel b Meyer (dead) is joined to Malovitsky above

1819 -#24 MUKASEY, Fala b Itsko

#84 MUKASEY, Falya son of Itska; and son Leiba b Falya

1819 -#25 MUKASEY, Sroel b Zymel-Abram

#84 MUKASEY, Izrael son of Zimel

1819 -#27 VINGER, Shakhna b Leizer-Yosel

#85 VENGER, Shakhna b Leizer and BUSEL, Abram b Ovzer (dead)

1819 -#28 BUSYOL, Abram b Ovzer

#85 BUSEL, Abram b Ovzer (dead) – joined to Venger above

1819 -#29 BERKOVICH, Khaim b Movsha

 

1819 -#31 MUKASEY Todris b Itska

#87 MUKASEY, Todris b Itska and SLUCHAK, Nekhemya b Yusel

1819 -#32 SLUCHAK, Nikhema b Abram-Yusel

#87 MUKASEY, Todris b Itska and Sluchak, Nekhemya b Yusel

1819 -#34 ARONCHY[K?], Aron-Volf b Mikhel

 

1819 -#35 MENAKER, Kushel b Mordukh

#86 ELINA, Abram b. Alkon; Blyakhar, Abram b David (dead); Menaker, Kushel b Mordukh (dead);

1819 -#36 BLYAKHAR, Abram b David

#86 ELINA, Abram b. Alkon; BLYAKHAR, Abram b David (dead); MENAKER, Kushel b Mordukh (dead);

1819 -#37 BUSEL. Ouzer b Yusel

 

1819 -#37 BUSEL Yosel b Ovzer

 

1819 -#39 BAES, Azik-Yosel b Mordukh

#89 BASS, Ayzik b Mordukh

1819 -#39 LIPKES Yankel b Khaim

#90 LIPKES, Yankel b Khaim

1819 -#42 OGINSKY Yankel b Zalman

#91 OGINSKY Yankel b Zalman

1819 -#45 LISS, Orko b.Tsalko

#92 LIS, Orka b Tsalko

1819 -#45 PANTOL, Dovid b Naftel

#93 PANTOL, David b Naftol

1819 -#48 LOES, Arya b Volf

#94 LOS, Ariya b Volf

1819 -# 49 DAVIDOVICH Yosel b Itsko, [probably should be Yosel Itsko Davidovich] age 14 married to Sora

May 2008 Newly identified! #40 Yosel Dovidovich Pinchuk,aged 30 married to Sora, placed in his father's house

1819 -#50 ODAKHOVSKY Leizer b Zelik

#95 ODAKHOVSKY Leizer b Zelik

1819 -#51 FINDEL, Borukh b Leizer

#96 FINDEL, Borukh b Leizer and Grimbarg, Markel b Kalman together

1819 -#53 LOSEL, Leiba bAbram

#97 LOS, Leyba b Abram

1819 -#54 FALEVICH, Zelik b Abram

#98 FALEVICH, Zelik b Leyba

1819 -#55 GRINBARKH, Mordukh b Kalman

#99 GRINBARKH, Mordukh b Kalman

1819 -#57 KHAEL, Azik b Beneyamin

#100 KHAET, Ayzik b Beniamin

1819 -#58 GULICH Dovid b Leiba

#101 GULITSKY, Dovid b Leyba

1819 -#59 NEMEN, Leiba b Khaim

#102 NEMON, Leyba b Khaim

1819 -#60 GLEZER, Eliya b Volf

#103 SHKLYAR Ellya b Volf

61 LOES, Shmoila b Ovsey

#104 LOS, Shmoylo b Ovsey and ZATZ, Aron b Idel (dead)

61 ZATZ, Aron b Idel

Joined to #104 but dead

63 MALOVIDZKY, Osher b Mordukh

#105 MALOVITSKY, Osher b Mordukh

64 ZATZ, Yankel b. Idel

#106 ZAYETS, Yankel b. Idel (dead), GIZ (dead) , BERCHIN (dead). 3 living Zayets women recorded here

65 BREZA, Mordukh b Leiba

Maybe BERCHIN, Mordukh b Berka (dead) if Berka is also known as Leiba Berka. 1816 Morduch BREZA is in order between the parties on either side of 1834 Mordukh BERCHIN

66 GIZ, Movsha-Nokhim b Leiba

#106 GIZ, Nokhim b Leiba (dead) and with ZAYETS (dead) and BERCHIN, Mordukh b Berka (dead) 3 living Zayets women recorded here

67 LISS, Shapsa b Khaim

Is son in family #53 Sabsa b. Khaim LIS

68 LISS, Mordukh b. Yudel

#107 LIS, Mordukh b Yudel and ZAYETS, Girsh b Abram (dead and joined from adjacent listing)

69 ZAYETS, Girsh-Yosel b Abram

#107 ZAYETS, Girsh b Abram (dead and joined to Lis just above)

70 VISHNYA, Movsha b Izreal

 

71 GELINA, Naftoli b Gedalya

#108 ELINA, Naftol b Gdal

72 YEBSHTEIN, Meyer b Ovsey

#109 EPSHTEIN, Meyer b Ovsey

73 KERBEN, Aron b Berko

#110 KERBEL, Aron b Berka

74 ZHMOYDZYAK, Abram b Faley

 

75 ABARANCHIK, Girsh b Nisen

#111 OBORANEK, Girsh b Nisen

76 LISS, Abram b Yosel

 

76 LISS, Girsh-Gershon b Yosel

 

77 GOUZA, Movsha b Izrael

#112 GAVZA, Movsha b Azriel

78 KAPLAN, Rubin b Girsh

#113 KAPLAN, Rubin b Girsh

79 PURCHIK, Yankel b Abram

#114 PURTSIK, Yankel b Abram (joined to Nisen Khait, dead and Osher Khait, dead)

80 GAUZA, Movsha b Yosel

 

81 KHAIT, Nisen

#114 KHAIT, Nisen son of Evna (dead) and Osher son of Nisen Khait (dead) both joined to next previous family #114 (that of Yankel Purtsik) despite more Khaits immediately following

 

#115 KHAIT, Shlioma b Nisen and VINGER, Evna b Nisen

82 KUSHNER, Dovid b Nosel

#116 KUSHNER, Dovid b Yosel (check both years to see if Nosel or Yosel)

83 KERBEL Aron b Yodel

#117 KERBEL, Aron b Yudel

84 KHARLET, Yodel-Sroel b Itsko

 

85 BREVDA, Abram b Yosel

 

85 VALOVITS, Volf b Girsh

 

86 MALOVIDZKY, Lipman b Abram

#118 MALOVITSKY, Litman b Abram

87 SINOVKER, Dovid b Shevel-Yosel

#119 SINYAVKA, Dovid b. Yosel and KHOROZ, Meyer b Khaim (previously adjacent households)

88 KHARAS, Meyer b Khaim

#119 KHOROZ, Meyer b Khaim see just above

89 VATN, Efroim b Ovsey-Mordukh

#120 MALOVITSKY, Froim b Mordukh and KACHER, Lemka b Leyzer (dead) prev 1 away

90 GRUSHKA, Itsko b Sroel

 

91 KACHER, Lenko b Leizer

#120 KACHER, Lemka b Leyzer (dead and joined to Malovitsky)

98 MALOVIDZKY, Iser b Mikhel

#121 MALOVITSKY, Iser b Mikhel

97 MUKASEY, Aron-Osher b. Abel

#122 MUKASEY, Aron b Abel and Osher b Abel and LEV, Itsko b Leiba (died) and LEV, Moshe b Itsko (died)

 

 

 

There are ten men listed next in the 1819 enumeration who do not appear as separate heads of household. Rather they appear as sons or relatives of other men who were listed in 1816 and no new household numbers are entered for them. After they are entered in those households, the numbering continues in matching sequence from household #123.

 

 

92 MUS Sroel-Berko b Girsh

not found in 1834 under any name. If he is identical with Israel Ber, teacher in Lyakhovichi named on our Rabbonim page then he may have been legally resident in Gomel. Other sources say this is the father of Hersh Myshkofsky, not yet verified.

This is one of only two people listed in 1816/1819 entirely not found in 1834; with no notations of death or removal; appears to be with the 10 fill-ins rather than with the last family in the previous order Aron Mukasey

93 VALOFINSKY, Menko b Yevel [Abel]

Is son in fam #43 Mones b Evel VOLOKVYANSKY. He and bro are out of order because their father was listed in 1816 and they were listed in 1819. So their order is now with that of their father’s.

94 VALOKHVYANSKY, Itsko b Yevel [Abel]

Is son in fam # 43 Itska b Evel VOLOKVYANSKY He and bro are out of order because their father was listed in 1816 and they were listed in 1819. So their order is now with that of their father’s.

95 FAINSHTEIN, Itska-Yudel b Shmoilo

Is son in fam #26 Itska b Shmoylo FANSHTEYN.

96 KAPLAN, Ezra b Berko

Is son in family #42 – Ezra son of Berka KAPLAN

99 KHAET, Yosel b Borukh

Is son in family #54 – Iosel b Borukh ARONCHIK

99 LEV, Nevakh bLeibo

Is son in family #30 Nevakh son of Leiba LEV

100 YELINA, Sroel b Yevno

Is son in family #35 Isroil b Evna ELINA

101 OLSHA, Peisakh-Khaim b Sroal

Is relative in family #30 SLUCHAK- Peysakh b Isrol OLSHA (OLCHA)

 

 

 

The Sequence Continues

102 LEF, Itsko b Leiba

#122 LEV, Itsko b Leiba (dead) and Movsha b Itsko (dead) recorded with MUKASEY

103 KHAENKES, Zalman-Girsh b Rubin

#123 KHIENKES, Girsh b Rubin

104 KHVELUK, Girsh b Movsha (is this a typo for Khveduk?)

#124 FEDYUK, Girsh b Movsha together with brother Leiba b Movsha FEDYUK

105 KHVELUK, Leiba b Movsha

Joined with brother’s entry in #124 FEDYUK, Girsh b Movsha together with brother Leiba b Movsha FEDYUK

106 SHOSTAK, Shender b Berko

#125 SHESTAK, Shender b Berka

107 CHORNY, Leiba b Elya

#126 CHARNY, Leyba b Eilya

108 TSERLES, Leiba b Itsko

#127 TSIRLES, Leyba b Itska and KAPLAN, Pinkhas b Iosel-Shimon (dead and joined to previous living family)

109 KAPLAN, Pinkhes b Yosel-Shimen

#127 KAPLAN, Pinkhas b Iosel-Shimon (dead and joined to previous living family)

110 DUMOVES, Khaim b. Leiba

#128 DUBOVICH, Khaim b. Leiba and TARG, Elya b Evno (dead and joined to previous living family)

111 TARKH, Elya b Evno

#128 TARG, Elya b Evno (dead and joined to previous living family)

112 TARG, Beiles [SHOULD BE Beines] b Iosel-Matus

#129 TARG, Beynes b Iosel

113 KAPLAN, Yankel b Borukh

#130 KAPLAN, Yankel b Borukh

114 GAM, Gershen b Yevna

#131 GAM, Gershen b Yevna

115 Gripshman, Shmerko b Noah

#132 GELIKHES, Nokhem b Girsh is the living head of family here. The “household” also includes: GRINSHPAN, Shmerko b Nevakh (dead) and KAPLAN, Shmuyla b Leyba (dead) and GELIKHES, Girsh b Zelman (dead), KHAIKES, Yankel b Michael (dead), BLIMES, Itsko b Nekhman (dead and joined to previous living family) GELIKHES

116 Kaplan, Shmerko b Leiba

See #132 KAPLAN, Shmuyla b Leyba (dead and joined to previous living family)

117 Gelfes, Girsh b Zelman

See #132 GELIKHES, Girsh b Zelman (dead and joined to previous living family) [his son Nokhem is head of family]

118 KHAIKES, Yankel b Mikhel

See#132 KHAIKES, Yankel b Mikhel (dead and joined to previous living family)

119 BLUMES, Itsko b Nekhman

See #132 BLIMES, Itska b Nakhman (dead and joined to previous living family)

 

#133 VESOLER, Itska b Iosel

120 BLYAKHAR, Vigdor b David

#134 BLYAKHAR, Vigdor b Dovid and MESIONSZHNIK, Girsh b David (dead and joined to previous living family)

121 MASENZHNIK, Girsh b David

#134 MESIONSZHNIK, Girsh b David (dead and joined to previous living family)

122 GRINBIRG Yudel b Shakhno

#135 GRIMBARG, Yuda b Shakhna

123 KAPLAN, Dovid b Iosel

#136 KAPLAN, Dovid b Iosel

124 KARABLYA, Leiba b Girsh

#137 KRAVETS, Leiba b Girsh

125 KERBEL Abram b David

#138 KERBEL, Abram b Dovid

126 SHUSTER, Yudida b Itsko

#139 SHUSTER, Edida b Itska

127 MALOVIDSKY, Leiba b Itsko

#140 MALOVITSKY, Leyba b Itska

128 KAPLAN, Abram b Beniyamin, age 40

#140 [Malovitsky] – no surname in text: Abram b Beniyamin, dead but 40 in last census. Corresponds to Abram b Benjamin KAPLAN

129 PREN, Yankel-Aron b Meyer

#141 PREN, Yankel b Meyer

130 MALOVITSKY, Mordukh b Berko

#142 MALOVITSKY, Mordukh b Berka

131 SLUCHAK, Leiba b Yankel

#143 SLUCHAK, Leyb b Yankel

132 EBSHTEIN, Movsha b Itsko

#144 EPSHTEIN Movsha b Itska and SALTSMAN, Yankel b Dovid (dead) and KHAZAK, Mordukh b Shmoylo (dead)

133 ZALTSMAN, Yankel b David

#144 SALTSMAN, Yankel b Dovid (dead and joined to previous living family)

134 KHOZAK, Mordukh b Shmoilo

#144 KHAZAK, Mordukh b Shmoylo (dead and joined to previous living family)

#135 OLKHA, Leiba b Mikhel age 18; Olkha Shlioma b Khaim, age 8; Olkha Yudel b Khaim age 13;

1834 -#57 OLKHA, Leiba b Mikhael; Yudel b Khaim OLKHA are present and Shmoylo b Khaim OLKHO is present and said to have been 8 in last census suggesting that Shlioma and Shmoylo OLKHA are the same person. They are out of order because their father was recorded in 1816 though the three sons were not. They are now in his order in the listing

 

136 BUDOVLYA, Iosel b Leiba

#145 BUDOVLYA, Iosel b Leyba

137 ZHMOIDZYAK, Yevel b Abram

#146 ZHMODYAK, Evel b Abram

138 SNOVSKY, Beinus b Aran

#147 SNOVSKY, Beynes b Aron (dead) and SNOVSKY, Leyzer b Beynes (dead)

139 SNOVSKY, Leizer b Beinus

#147 SNOVSKY, Leyzer b Beynes (dead) see above

140 KHVEDYUK, Volf b Movsha

#148 KHVEDYUK, Volf b Movsha (dead) but other living Khvedyuks at same

141 VOSHKOFTSER, Berko b Notka

#149 VOSKOBUEV, Berka b Notka

142 SHTEIMAN, Nakhman b Gersh, age 40

#150 SHTEYMAKH, Matus b Gershen. He is reported as present in last census and aged 40 then. Suggesting that Matus’s name is Nakhman Matus b Gershen.

143 LITEVNER, Ellya b Gershon-Nokhim

#151 LITOVKA, Ellya b Gershon

144 no last name, Meyer-Mordukh b Volf with no last name, Basya

#152 KERBEL, Mordukh b Volf and Basya KERBEL and KAM, Fayvish b Movsha (dead)

145 LEV, Faibysh b Movsha

#152 KAM, Fayvish b Movsha (dead) (joined to previous living person)

146 BALEN, Vulf b Girsh-Mikhel

#153 BALEN, Volf b Girsh

147 GOLDBARG, Itsko b Meyer

#154 GOLDBARG, Itska b Meyer

148 SHELTS, Fishel-Girsh b Anshel

#155, SHELTS, Fishel b Anshel

149 KHARACH, Gershon b Gerts

#155 KHORAZ, Gershon b Gerts and KHORAZ, Gerts b Gerts [sic] (dead and joined to previous living family)

 

150 KHARACH, Gerts b Girsh

#155 KHORAZ, Gerts b Gerts [sic] (dead and joined to previous living family)

 

 

151 SYSUN, Abram-Leib b Tsalko

He is joined to his father’s listing as son at household #29. (His father present in 1816)

 

151 ZLOTNIK, Ovsey b Volf

#156 ZLOTNIK, Ovsey b Volf and GOLDGOR, Khaim b Iosel (dead and joined to previous living family)

152 GOLODGOR, Khayim b Yosel

#156 GOLDGOR, Khaim b Iosel (dead and joined to previous living family)

153 GELFAN, Yosel b Berko

#157 GELFAND, Iosel b Berka (dead but other living Gelfands)

154 GOLDBARG, Mendel b Zalman

#158 GOLDBARG, Mendel b Zalman and KLION, Yosel b Afroim (dead and joined to previous living family)

155 KLON, Yosel b Afroim

#158 KLION, Yosel b Afroim (dead and joined to previous living family)

156 MALOVITSKY, Leiba b Mordukh

#159 MALOVITSKY, Leyb b Mordukh and BRAZHNIK, Aron b Izrael (dead and joined to previous living family)

157 BRAZHNIK, Aron b Sroal

#159 BRAZHNIK, Aron b Izrael (dead and joined to previous living family)

158 BURSHTEIN, Azriel-Khayim b Movsha

#160 BURSHTEIN, Azriel b Movsha

159 DOBES, Khayim b Sheya

#161 DOBESH, Khayim b Shaya

160 GOLFAND , Tsalko b Girsh

#162 GELFAND, Tsalko b Girsh

161 LIFSHITS, Ovsey b Mordukh

#164 LIFSHITS, Ovsey b Mordukh (Lifshits and Aronevich reversed order from 1816 to 1834

162 ARONEVCH, Orko b Leizer

#163 ARONCHIK, Aron b Leizer (Orko and Orel are nicknames for Aron)

162 RYSEKH, Shmuel-Zimel b Shaya

#165 RISHES, Shmoylo son of Shaya

163 KAPLAN, Kalman b Yosel

#166 KAPLAN, Kalman b Iosel

164 KHABAS, Leiba b Shmoilo

#167 KHABAS, Leyba b Shmoylo

165 GEFENBLOZEN, Nota-Aron b Kushel

#168 EYZENBLOZEN, Nota b Kusel

166 YUDOVICH, Giler b Sroel-Shloma

#169 UDOVICH, Giler b. Shlioma

167 RYZHES, Tsodzik b Matis

[on page in same order – but not specified to household in 1834] RISHES, Tsodik b Matus (dead)

168 ZATTS, Yavkhim b Yudel

[on page in same order – but not specified to household in 1834] ZATS/ ZAYETS, Yaevel b Idel (dead)

169 MINKES Rubin b Abram

[on page in same order – but not specified to household in 1834] MINKES, Ruvin b Abram (dead)

170 DOBES Berko b Shimen

[on page in same order – but not specified to household in 1834] DOBESH, Berka b Shimen (dead)

170 DOBES Peisakh b Meyer

[on page in same order – but not specified to household in 1834] DOBESH, Peysakh b Meyer (dead)

171 DOBES, Shimen b Girsh

[on page in same order – but not specified to household in 1834] DOBESH, Shimen b Girsh (dead)

172 LEV, Leiba b Notka

[on page in same order – but not specified to household in 1834] LEV, Leyba b Notka (dead)

173 OLKHA, Abram b Yosel

#170 OLKHA, Abram b Iosel; and OLKHA, Mendel b Berka

173 OLKHA, Mendel b Berko

#170 OLKHA, Mendel b Berka

173 MEDRES, Berko b Itsko

#171 MEDRES, Berka b Itska

174 GRINSHTEIN, Abram b Leibo

#172 GRINSHTEIN, Abram b Leyba (dead) but son Yankel living. GRINSHTEIN, Itska b Abram who is in a separate household in 1819 is dead but joined to this household

 

 

175 GRINSHTEIN, Youzep-Itsko b Abram

GRINSHTEIN, Itska b Abram (dead and joined to previous household w living people)

176 KHIENKES, Berko b Leizer

#173 KHENKES, Berka b Leyzer

177 KHIENKES, Itsko-Yankel age 14

#173 KHENKES, Itska b Berka age 14 in previous census.

178 CHARNY, Yosel b Itsko

#174 CHARNY, Iosel b Itska; his father Itska b Iosel (head of household) is dead

178 PURCHIK, Khonon b Abram

#175 PURCHIK, Khonon b Abram

179 VEBER, Benyomin b Shmoilo

#176 VEBER, Benyomin b Shmoylo

179 MUKOSEY, Movsha b Itsko

#177 MUKOSEY, Movsha b Itska. There is a son-in-law MUKASHEY, Abram b Elya who was 24 in last census

180 MUKOSEY, Abram b Slova, age 24

#177 MUKOSEY, Abram b Elya who was 24 in last census. Father’s name is possibly Elya Slova?

181 LEV, Zalman b Aran

#178 LEV, Zalman b Aron

182 MEKHEL, Mordukh b Yudel

#179 MEKHEL, Mordukh b Gdal [check patronym]

183 SHAKH, Yosel b Abram

#180 SAK, Iosel b Abram

184 GRINSHPAN, Shmoila b Shaya

 

Not found; The only other Grinshpan is accounted for with a precise match,

185 BREVDA, Khaikel b Leibo

#181 BREVDA, Khaykel b Leyba

186 OLANDA, Movsha b Khatskel

#182 ALYANDA, Movsha b Khatskel

187 EBSHTEIN, Movsha b Abram

#183 EPSHTEIN, Movsha b Abram

188 BEGUN, Mordukh-Leib b Yosel

#184 BEGUN, Yosel b Gets is dead and joined to his living family Elya b Abram BEGUNand Mordukh b Iosel BEGUN

189 BEGUN Yosel b Gets

#184 BEGUN, Yosel b Gets is dead and joined to his living family Elya b Abram BEGUNand Mordukh b Iosel BEGUN

190 BEGUN Ellya-Leib b Abram

#184 BEGUN, Yosel b Gets is dead and joined to his living family Elya b Abram BEGUNand Mordukh b Iosel BEGUN

191 KURKHENS Abram-Itsko b Berko

#185 KURKHIN, Berka b Shmoyla (head) and KURKHIN, Abram b Berka (son) joined in single household

192 KURKHENS Berko b Shmoilo

#185 KURKHIN, Berka b Shmoyla (head) and KURKHIN, Abram b Berka (son) joined in single household

192 GANTSEVICH Dovid b Shlomo

#186 GANTSEVICH Dovid b Shlyioma and GRINGOR, Leizer b Perets (dead and joined to previous living family)

193 DUBINCHIK Movsha b Sholom

 

Neither Movsha b Sholom or Dovid b Sholom DUBINCHIK appear in 1834 but their 81 year old uncle Yudel b Dovid Dubinchik is still alive see #188. They are not noted as dead, they are not appended to another listing.

 

194 DUBINCHIK Dovid b Sholom

Neither Movsha b Sholom or Dovid b Sholom DUBINCHIK appear in 1834 but their 81 year old uncle Yudel b Dovid Dubinchik is still alive see #188. They are not noted as dead, they are not appended to another listing.

 

194 GRINGOR, Leizer b Perets

#186 GRINGOR, Leizer b Perets (dead and joined to previous living family)

195 GUK, Volf b Meyer

#187 GUK, Volf b Meyer

197 DUBINCHIK, Yuda b Dovid. Age 65

#188 DUBINCHIK, Yudel b. Dovid who was 65 in 1819 is 81 in this census.

198 KOVAL, Shmoila b Volf

#189 KOVAL, Shmoyla b Volf

 

 

 

Another break in the order appears as six recorded separately from their families in 1819 are placed in their father’s placement order from 1816. After they are entered in those households, the numbering continues in matching sequence from household #189

202 BREVDA, Yudel b Itsko, age 9

Son in family #64 BREVDA, Yuda b Itska, age 9 in last census

203 BREVDA, Sholom-Shimshel b Yosel, age 10

Son in family #62 BREVDA, Sholom b Yosel, age 10 in last census

204 EBSHTEIN, Movsha-Shimshel b Lemel

Son in family #60 EPSHTEIN, Shimshel b Lemka

205 KHAIT, Osher b Nisen

Son in family # 114, KHAIT, Osher b Nisen. Osher b Nisen and Slyoma b Nisen were put in the order of their father’s placement in 1816

205 KHAIT, Shloma b Nisen

Head in family #115 Shlyoma b Nisen Osher b Nisen. Osher b Nisen and Shlyoma b Nisen were put in the order of their father’s placement in 1816

205 VINGER, Yevna b Nisen brother-in-law to Shlioma b Nisen Khait

Continues to appear with the same family members designated in 1816. Shlioma b Nisen Khait is called his brother-in-law in 1816 and he is listed as a relative in 1834 in family #115 headed by Shlioma b Nisen Khait

 

The Sequence Continues

206 KOLODNA, Shmoila b Yankel

#189 KOLODNA, Shmoylo b Yankel

207 BUSEL, Ellya-Leib b Khayim

#190 BUSEL, Ellya b Khaim

208 GRUSHKA, Itsko b Iser

#191 GRUSHKA, Itska b Iser

209 DYSHKAN, Meyer b Yosel

#192 DISHKANT, Meyer b Iosel

 

 

Another break in the order appears as the final ten people recorded separately from their families in 1819 are placed in their father’s placement order from 1816. After they are entered in those households, new names appear which had not been present in 1816.

210 ODAKHOVSKY, Leizer b. Itsko

#65 found as son in family ODAKHOVSKY, Leyzer b Itska

211 VALOKHNYANSKY Movsha b. Itsko

#43 found as son in family VOLOKVYANSKY, Movsha b Itska

212 VOSHKOVTSER, Abram b. Meyer, age 8 and 212 VOSHKOVTSER, Itsko b Meyer, age 14

#37 They appear to be sons in the family #37 GRABINA, Itska b. Meyer Grabina is reported as age 14 in last census and Abram b Meyer Grabina is reported as age 8, an exact match for each of them.

Other Voshkovtsers changed their surname to VOSKOBUEV

213 BREVDA, Girsh b Aron

#62 found as son in family BREVDA, Girsh b Aron

213 BREVDA, Itsko b Aron

#62 found as son in family BREVDA, Itska b Aron

214 KHACHER, Shimshen b Leizer, age 5

#85 possibly theShimel b Leizer VINGER who was age 5 in the last census; brother to head of household

215 no last name, Abram b Gavrel, age 10

possibly the same as son in family #66 BERKOVICH, Abram b Gavriel aged 10 at last census

216 UTSYOS, Movsha b Berko, aged 3

# 67 GALEMBA Movsha b Berka, aged 3 in last census

217 DUBINCHIK, Movsha b Dovid

#44 found as son in family DUBINCHIK, Movsha b Dovid

 

 

 

All of the following names appear in 1834 and say they were listed on a special supplement in 1816 or an additional revision list of 1827

 

# 192 GUTLES, Leyb b Movsha age 63. He is with wife Leya age 40. It says he appeared in a special supplement to 1816, age 43 but he is not found in 1819. Is there another supplement to 1816 Revision List, not yet found?

 

#193 KARABEINIK, Itska b Faivel, age 43. It says he appeared in a special supplement to 1816, age 25. Household #193 also includes PROKHOVNIK, Movsha b Girsh (Dead in 1820 at age 60; [presumably just joined to previous living family]

 

#194 ZHEREB, Berka b Beaz, age 42. It says he appeared in a special supplement to 1816, age 24. Also in household with wife and daughters is Mendel b Evna (dead and possibly just joined to previous living family). No surname and no relationship given for Mendel

 

#195 DOBESH, Ovsey b Berka, age 71. It says he appeared in a special supplement to 1816, age 55. Also in household with wife is adult son DOBESH, Girsh b Ovsey

 

#196 DOBESH, Shaya b Ovsey 48, 30 in previous census, living in household headed by DOBESH, Ruben b Iovel, age 48 and age 30 in previous census.

 

#197 TALMINOVICH, Abram b Itska, age 68, age 50 in previous census; TALMINOVICH, Girsh b Abram, recruited; TALMINOVICH, Leyzer b Abram age 43, age 25 in previous

 

#198 LOS, Beynes b Yudel, age 58, age 40 in previous and [NO Surname Given] – Zalman b. Leyma age 35, age 17 in previous and wifeTsira (no relationship given for Zalman b Leyma, possibly son-in-law of LOS; FELDMAN, Iser b Yankel (dead and joined to previous living family)

 

#199 KUKISH, Mordukh b Movsha, age 30, says missed on previous census

 

#200 MASLAN, Yankel b Abram, age 40, says missed on previous census

 

#201 UZHANSKY, Rafal b Berka, says was registered on additional revision of 1827

 

#202 GALEMBA, Gershen b Itska, says was registered on additional revision of 1827

 

#203 EPSHTEIN, Abram b Shimshel says was registered on additional revision of 1827

 

#204 MENAKER, Naftol b Kusel says was registered on additional revision of 1827 and [No Surname Given] Shimkha b Movsha (dead and joined to previous living family) NOVOGRODSKY, Itska b Iosel (absent) was 40 on last revision

 

#205 BEGUN, Abram b Iosel age 27 previously 21 says was registered on additional revision of 1827, (the only relationship cited in this listing is his 16 year old wife Ester) and ARSTREYKER, Meyer b Movsha 24, age 18 on last revision, (no relationship given); and BALIN, Zalman b Volf , 25, age 19 on last revision (no relationship given) and GALENCHIK, Efroim b Leyba (recruited in 1829); and MUKASEY, Khonon b Movsha, registered on additional revision of 1827, (recruited ) and GIREVER, Mordukh b Iosel (dead and joined tom previous living family)

 

 

 




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