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Information in the Real Estate Records of Lyakhovichi


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Analyses and Extractions from
The Property Owner Registries of Lyakhovichi
1870s-1890s and 1905-1911
Material Collected and Provided by the Lyakhovichi Research Group

by Deborah Glassman, copyright 2008
including material written in 2007 and the tables and indices.

This page combines the information derived from the Property Registers of 1874-1912. The Property Record information is still largely raw and unprocessed. Dr. Lamdan has mentioned his hopes to create an informational article on the material, as his schedule allows. It seems that the information was extracted from a series of registers in the National Historical Archives of Belarus in Minsk and with the concerted efforts of the Lyakhovichi Special Interest Group, has been made available. The spread sheets with which the webmaster was provided and from which we first published the raw information in Spring 2008, came with the researcher's notes that I included in the last column of the table. The addtional notations and comments by the webmaster in this November 2008 re-issue are clearly labeled so you can see my opinions but make your own decisions. This kind of project, which includes identifying the materials in an inventory, having the records evaluated, translated, and extracted to spread sheets - is necessarily an index and abstract of the original material, not a complete reporting of what you will find in the original. Archival restrictions on photocopying keeps down the number of pages available for publication but we hope to offer some in the future.

I have shifted around the information on our pages to help you have a better understanding of the material. Links to indexed entries in this material that previously forwarded to separate pages for the nineteenth and twentieth century entries, now bring you here to this single page. You can also use the abridged alphabetical table in on the right side of the page to identify individuals by family name on this page and on the second page on which it is continued. The main table is no longer in the order in which the webmaster received the spreadsheets, which was alphabetical according to the Russian alphabet's order. It is organized by street name where known, then by those identified with a specific location or residence which cannot be identified by street name- "he lived in a flat," "in the Jewish hospital," et al. Finally, the people who appear without an identifiable location, are enumerated in the English alphabetical order at the end of the table. All of the material in this table is additionally indexed in our Surname Indices, Given Name Index, and Patronym Tables.

A full article on the value and use of these records is still in the future, but here are the things that struck me, as I created this table a year ago.

  • We now have a list of homeowners for whom relationships of marriage and business can be checked among their neighbors.


  • We now have a sense of the number of homeowners who lived in different parts of the town.


  • We have some of the information about family relationships that title conveyance can offer.


  • We now have associated most names in these records with a particular residence./li>

  • We have now identified more than ninety percent of specific individuals in these records with a particular street - more than 838 of 925 can be so identified. /li>

  • >Of the remaining 90 individuals who can not be definitely tied to a particular street, most can be clearly identified with an individual in the 1884 Tax Lists


  • For the next update we will have a list of correspondents between the 1884 tax list and each person named in the nineteenth century segment of these property records. With such an identification, we can start to see where in the town, families named in the 1850 Revision List were living at the turn of the twentieth century.


  • Analyses of the Real Estate Documents
    The Lyakhovichi Website has a number of analysis pages of original documents. You can examine the pages looking at details from the Revision Lists by going to our page Imperial Russian Revision Lists gor the growing number of linked pages. Similarly the 1883-1884 Tax Registers of Lyakhovichi have facets explored on multiple pages. I would like to be able to do that for the Real Estate documents in the next update. Some of the listings are noted by our researcher with comments about whether the resident was present in 1874. A correlation document between the Property Register and the 1874 List of Males would be instructive. As would a search for correspondence between the street of somebody's primary residence and the order in which they were recorded in the Revision Lists. Coming in the next update?

    Street Names
    Anyone who lives in an urban area for a prolonged period of time, knows that street names are not fixtures - they both change completely and morph slightly. Nicknames become replacements for official names and new government administrations change street names that working perfectly well. In Lyakhovichi all of the evidence for street name changes in the Property Owner Registers comes from internal material. It will tell us outright that the street was called Shkolnaya up to 1905 and after that year Prishkolnaya. The street whose name is translated as Market Square appears in the records as Bazarnaya. The local speech pattern that made the two nicknames for the Hebrew name Joshua into Govsey and Ovsey and switched them back and forth between censuses and other records, reported the street name of Gozhevitskaya and Ozhevichskaya for a road that ran to a settlement known in those same time periods as Gozhevitchky or Ozhevitchky. There may be a similar accent accounting for the report of one street as Svyatoyanskaya in the 1870s and Sventsyanskaya in the 1900s it is called "the street that aint no street" in the Avrom Lev memoir. Sometimes it is less clear - it seems from some notes in the record that the street "Kanalnaya" which does not appear anywhere before 1905, was a part of the street that was called "Veingerskaya" through 1905. I can't tell if the name "Veingerskaya" is replaced or supplemented at that time. Now none of this answers other questions about those names. Is Veingerskaya named for the Veinger family that lived along it, or did they take their name from the location? Does "near the bridge" always refer to the same bridge, which is described in one memoir as along the Veingerskaya? Does "beyond the river" refer to a place that can be reached by a particular bridge, a ford, a ferry, or a shallow place?

    Using the Table
    These are the street names by which the table is ordered:

    Veingerovskaya and Kanalnaya are listed together
    Near the Bridge
    Tatarskaya
    Svyatoyanskaya and Sventsyanskaya are listed together
    Shkolnaya and Prishkolnaya are listed together
    Plebanskaya (only one Russian Orthodox person reported there)
    Pinskaya
    Ozhevichskaya and Gozhevitskaya are listed together
    "On the hill" (This is the part of town called in memoirs "The Rampart" - close to the old castle)
    Noblemen - many Tatar noblemen are noted without a street address in this fashion
    Myslobozhskaya
    Medvedichskaya
    Market Square
    Kletskaya
    Kladbischenskaya (this is the road called "the cemetery road" or "the death road")
    Beyond the River

    In the list below the abbreviation POR is the webmaster's short version of Property Owners Register. The 2 digit number is the nineteenth century year. So POR74 is the Property Owner's Register for 1874.

    In each street grouping the the individual property owners are ordered by surname, and then we have tried to keep properties that passed from one generation to the next ordered by oldest property record to newest.

    We have divided the table into two parts for faster loading. To see the streets from "Veingerovskaya to noblemen" see
    Real Estate Documents,p1 You are Here!
    To see the streets from Myslovzhskaya to Beyond the River and the individuals for whom a street has not been established please go to Real Estate Documents,p2.

    I would like to create additional pages that included deeds, notices of liens, foreclosures, debt collection related to real and moveable property in Lyakhovichi. If you have a copy of a deed, a will, a notice related to Lyakhovichi property of any kind, please send me a copy. If a researcher has found you a copy or an extract from the Minsk Gazette (the Minsk Vedemosti) on any possible related subject, please share your findings! and we will create Real Estate Documents, p3 and its successors.

    Property Registers of Lyakhovichi
    1874-1911
    Ordered by Street or Location
    by Deborah Glassman, copyright 2008



    Record Years

    Name of homeowner

    Surname

    Father’s name

    Street

    Notes from the Researcher [not in actual Document]

    Veingerovskaya and Kanalnaya Streets

    1905

    AGINSKIY

    Osher Nevahkov

    Nevakh

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    ARONCHIK

    Beinus

     

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    ARONCHIK

    Leizer

     

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    POR86,98

    ARONCHIK

    Srol Boruh

     

    [No street info – Aronchiks owned property on Kanalnaya and Veingerskaya in 1905]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    ARONCHIK

    Movsha

     

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house

    1905

    BEILIN

    Golda AND Yankel

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

     

    BUSEL

    David

    [Reconstructed from ownership in 1905 by heirs of David Busel – no separate entry for David Busel found]

     

     

    1905

    BUSEL

    Dovid, heirs of Dovid Busel

     

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house

    1905

    CHARNYI

    Dovid

     

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house

    1905

    CHARNYI

    Rubin

     

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    CHERNYI

    Tevel

    Yosel

    Vengerovskaya

     

    1905

    DUBOVSKIY

    Yankel Leiba

    [dgg-Leiba DUBOVSKIY?]

    Vengerovskaya

    country wooden house; before 1905 Leiba DUBOVSKIY; in 1905 Yankel Leiba DUBOVSKIY

    POR86

    DUBOVSKYI

    Leiba

     

    Vengerovskaya

    country wooden house; before 1905 Leiba DUBOVSKIY; in 1905 Yankel Leiba DUBOVSKIY

    POR86

    ZITLER (ZATLER)

    Berka

     

    []No street info in original but possibly Veingerskaya as he was also called Dyatlovsky and Namiot  and a Dyatlovskaya with the same first name as his widow, owned property on Veingerskaya in 1905

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    DYATLOVSKAYA

    Sora

    [It is possible that this is Sora widow of Berka Zitler who was also called Dyatlovsky – dgg]

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    EPSHTEIN

    Aron

     

    [probably Kanalnaya where Aron Epstein owned a wooden house in 1905]

    No street info

    1905

    EPSHTEIN

    Aron Leibov

    Leib EPSHTEIN

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    1905

    FEDER

    Yosel

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    POR74
    1877

    GAM

    Girsh

     

     [Vengerskaya]

    In 1874 he lived in Vengerskaya str. in a flat.

    1905

    GEIZENBLOZIN

    Shmuil, son of Itsko

    Itsko

    Kanalnaya

    stone house; In 1874 he lived in his father's flat in Shkolnaya str.

    POR74

    GELFAND

    Shai

    ng

    Vengerovskaya

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874.

    1905

    GLEZER

    Haim

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    1905

    GLEZER

    Mikhel

     

    Kanalnaya

    stone house

    1905

    GRECHANIK

    Movsha

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    1905

    GRINSHPAN

    Yankel Movsha

     

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    HAET

    Abram

     

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    HAET

    Shmuel

     

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    POR74

    HARAS

    Gershon

    Berka

    Vengerovskaya

     

    POR74

    KAGAN

    Leiba

    ng

    Vengerovskaya

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874 and 1850. Probably he was not native.

    POR86

    KAGAN

    Abram

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Abram KAGAN; in 1905 Wulf son of Abram

    1905

    KAGAN

    Vulf, son of Abram  [ this is probably Wolf Itzko Kogan who owned Nechama Raisels Inn - dgg]

    Abram KAGAN

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Abram KAGAN; in 1905 Wulf son of Abram

    POR74
    1877

    KAM

    Berka

    Shai

    Vengerovskaya

     

    POR74

    KAM

    Leiba

    Berka

    Vengerovskaya

     

    POR74
    1877

    KAM

    Haim

    ng

    Vengerovskaya

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874.

    1905

    KAM

    Haim

     

    Vengerovskaya

    wooden house; He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874.

    1905

    KAM

    Abram

     

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    KAM

    Aron

     

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    KAM

    Govsey

     

    Veingerskaya

    country wooden house

    1905

    KAM

    Yudel

     

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    KAM

    Basya Haya, daughter of Yankel-Abram

    Yankel-Abram

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house

    1905

    KAPLAN

    Shimon

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    POR74

    KERBEL

    Gershon

    Zimel

    Vengerovskaya

     

    POR74

    KERBEL

    Leizer

    Yankel

    Vengerovskaya

     

    POR74

    KERBEL

    Movsha

    Morduh

    Vengerovskaya

     

    1905

    KERBEL

    Gershon, son of Zimel

    Zimel

    Vengerovskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    KERBEL

    Leizer, son of Yankel

    Yankel Abram

    Vengerovskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    KERBEL

    Leiba, son of Donya

    Donya

    Veingerskaya

    country wooden house

    1898
    1905

    KERBEL

    Meer

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    POR74

    KUNTSEVICH

    Anton

    Ng (Orthodox)

    Vengerovskaya

    Orthodox

    POR86

    LEV

    Srol

    Leiba

    [ Probably Kanalnaya where Srol son of Leiba Lev owned a country wooden house  in 1905]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    LEV

    Srol, son of Leiba

    Leiba

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    LIPKES

    Nahmon

     

    [Vengerskaya]

    In 1874 he lived in Vengerskaya str. in a flat.

    1905

    LIPKES

    Nahman Lipkes the father of Nota LIpkes the 1905 owner along with Faivel Kravets

    Nahman LIPKES is the fthr of Nota, no father given for Kravets

    [Owned a wooden house in Kladbischenskaya but in 1874 Nota Lipkes lived in a  flat in Vengerovskaya str.]

    Extracted from Kladbischenskaya entry

    POR86

    LIPKES

    Berka

    This may be Berka b Nakhman Lipkes of 1884 tax list household #42

     

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    LIPKES (LIPKUS)

    Berka

     

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house

    POR74,77

    LIVSHITS

    Sender

     

     Vengerskaya]

    In 1874 he lived in Vengerskaya str. in a flat.

    1905

     LIVSHITS

    Sender

     

    Owned a country wooden house on Kanalnaya and in 1874 he lived in a flat in Vengerovskaya str

    Copied from Kanalnaya entry

    1905
    1898

    LIVSHITS

    Govsey

     

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house; In 1874 he lived in a flat in Kletskaya str.

    1905

    LIVSHITS

    Sender

     

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house; In 1874 he lived in a flat in Vengerovskaya str.

    POR74

    LOIKOVA

    Anna

    Ng (Orthodox)

    Vengerovskaya

    Orthodox

    POR74

    LOPUH

    Boruch

    Yankel

    Vengerovskaya

    country wooden house; before 1905 Boruh son of Yankel LOPUH; in 1905 Yankel son of Boruh LOPUH 

    1905

     LOPUH

    Yankel, son of Boruh

    Boruh son of Yankel LOPUH

    Vengerovskaya

    country wooden house; before 1905 Boruh son of Yankel LOPUH; in 1905 Yankel son of Boruh LOPUH

    1905

    LOS'

    Itsko, son of Aron

    Aron

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    POR77,86

    LOS

    Ellya

     

      Possibly the property on Kanalnaya owned jointly by Elya Los and Sholom Epshtein in 1905

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    LOS' AND EPSHTEIN

    Elya LOS and Sholom EPSHTEIN

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    1905

    MALOVITSKAYA

    Broha

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    1905

    MALOVITSKIY

    Yosel

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    POR86 1905

    MENAKER

    Meilah

     [Peisach – from property on Shkolnaya]

    Vengerovskaya See also Meilah’s tavern on Shkolnaya]

    country wooden house

    POR74,77

    MODRES (MEDRES)

    Shmuila

    Notka

    Vengerovskaya

     

    1905

    MUKASEY

    Evel

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    MUZYKANT

    Nison

     

      No street given

    No street info – placed here because between 19th and 20th cent. people with same surname see Myslobozhskaya and Kanalnaya entries

    1905

    MUZYKANT

    Morduh

     

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house

    1905

    MUZYKANT

    Shlioma

     

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house

    POR74,77

    MYSLOBOZHSKIY

    Zavel Srol

    Yosel

    Vengerovskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Zavel Srol Myslobozhskiy son of Yosel; after 1905 Sora Chemya

    1905

     MYSLOBOZHSKIY

    Sora Chemya

    (see note)

    Vengerovskaya, in 1905 - Kanalnaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Zavel Srol Myslobozhskiy son of Yosel; after 1905 Sora Chemya

    1905

     MYSLOBOZHSKIY

    Sora Chemya

    (see note)

    Vengerovskaya, in 1905 - Kanalnaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Zavel Srol Myslobozhskiy son of Yosel; after 1905 Sora Chemya

    POR86 1905

    REZNIK

    Yankel Dovid

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    ROSHES

    Berka

    Zavel

    Vengerovskaya

     

    POR74

    RYMAR

    Shai

    Morduh

    Vengerovskaya

     

    Prop Owners Reg 1874 1886?

    SHUSTER

    Abram

     

    Vengerovskaya

     

    Prop Owners Reg 1874 1877?

    SHUSTER

    Movsha

    Meer

    Vengerovskaya

     

    POR74,77

    SHUSTER

    Abram

    [Shakhna]

    [Vengerskaya]

    In 1874 he lived in Vengerskaya str. in a flat.

    POR74

    STYKUT

    Ignatiy

     

    Vengerovskaya

    Orthodox

    POR74

    STYKUT

    Mikhail

     

    Vengerovskaya

    Orthodox

    POR74

    STYKUT

    Stanislav

     

    Vengerovskaya

    Orthodox

    POR74

    TSERESHKO

    Mikhael

    Ng (Orthodox)

    Vengerovskaya

    Orthodox

    1905

    TSESLE

    Meer Leib

     

    Kanalnaya

    country wooden house

    POR77

    TSESHLYA

    Gershen

     

    Meer Leib Tseshlya lived in a country wooden house on Kanalnaya in 1905

    No street info - dgg

    POR77

    TSESHLYA

    Yankel

     

     Meer Leib Tseshlya lived in a country wooden house on Kanalnaya in 1905

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    VEINGER

    Sanko

     

    Kanalnaya

    wooden house

    POR74

    VINOGRAD

    Leizer

    Abram

    Vengerovskaya

     

    1905

    VOLOHVYANSKIY

    Rafal

     

    Veingerskaya

    country wooden house

    POR74,77

    VOLOHVYANSKYI

    Evel

    Haim

    Vengerovskaya

     

    POR74

    ZHMUIDSYAK

    Leiba

    Abram

    Vengerovskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Leiba Zhmuidzyak son of Abram; in 1905 Abram Zhmuidzyak son of Leiba

    1905

    ZHMUIDZYAK

    Abram

    [dgg-Leiba Zhmuidzyak son of Abram?]

    Vengerovskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Leiba Zhmuidzyak son of Abram; in 1905 Abram Zhmuidzyak son of Leiba

    1905

    ZMUIDZYAK

    Eliya

     

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    ZMUIDZYAK

    Elya Mikhel

     

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    ZMUIDZYAK

    Evel

     

    Veingerskaya

    wooden house

    Near the Bridge – location

    POR74,77?,86?

    BERKOVICH

    Shimshel

    Sholom

    near the bridge

     

    POR74

    VOLKHOVITSKY [ not in original record see researcher note]

    …Velvel

      {the Volf Volokhvitsky of Sventsyanskaya has a patronym of Movsha]

    near the bridge

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in PropOwnersReg 1874. Probably it is Volkovitskiy Volf who lived in Sventsyanskaya street.

    Tatarskaya Street

    POR74

    -

    nobleman Ali

    ng (Tatar)

    Tatarskaya

    Tatars

    POR74,77

    BIRGEL  [is this Birger?]

    Movsha

    Yudel

    Tatarskaya

     

    1905

    BIRGER

    Gdalya

     

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house, brewery [fthr prob Yudel-dgg]

    POR74
    1877
    1886
    1888

    BIRGER

    Gdalyi

     

    [Tatarskaya]

    In 1874 he lived in Tatarskaya str. in the house of his brother. The site of a house on the plan is established.

    1905

    EPSHTEIN

    Alta

     

    Tatarskaya

    country wooden house

    POR74,86

    EPSHTEIN

    Berka

     

    [Tatarskaya]

    In 1874 he lived in Tatarskaya str. in a flat.

    1905

    EPSHTEIN

    Berka

     

    He owned a wooden house in Kladbischenskaya; in 1874 he lived in a flat in Tatarskaya str.;

    Copied from Kladbischenskaya entry

    1905

     GAVZA

    Gets, son of Faivel

    Feivel

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house; In 1874 he lived in his father's house in the Market Square.

    1905

    GAVZA

    Shlioma

     

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    GEHTEL

    Noson

     

    [Probably Tatarskaya where Noson Gehtel owned a country wooden house in 1905]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    GEHTEL

    Noson

     

    Tatarskaya

    country wooden house

    1905

    GEIZINBLOZIN

    Zelik

     

    Tatarskaya

    country wooden house

    POR74

    GRIMBERG

    Girsha

    Evsey

    Tatarskaya

     wooden house; before 1905 Girsha son of Evsey GRINBERG, in 1905 Govsey Grinberg

    POR86

    GRINBERG

    Govsey

     

     Not clear if this is the house on Tatarskaya street no street info in 19th cent extract  - also owned wooden house on Svyatoyanskaya street

    No street info - dgg

    1905

     GRINBERG (GRIMBERG)

    Govsey

    [dgg- Girsh GRINBERG?]

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Girsha son of Evsey GRINBERG, in 1905 Govsey Grinberg

    POR77,86

    GURVICH

    Shmuil

     

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Shmuil GURVICH; in 1905 Moshe GURVICH

    1905

    GURVICH

    Movsha

    [dgg- Shmuil GURVICH?]

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Shmuil GURVICH; in 1905 Moshe GURVICH

    1905

    KAM

    Bentsian

     

    Tatarskaya

    country wooden house

    POR74
    1877

    KANTOROVICH

    Leiba

    Shai

    Tatarskaya

     

    POR86

    KANTOROVICH

    Aron

     

    [Probably Tatarskaya where Aron Kantorovich owned a house in1905]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    KANTOROVICH

    Aron

     

    Tatarskaya

    country wooden house

    1905

    KAPLAN

    Govsey

     

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house

    POR77

    KOPYLYANSKYI

    Itsko

     

    He owned a stone house on Market Square in 1905 and his son Zalman’s heirs owned a wooden house on Tatarskaya in 1905

    No street info - dgg

     

    KAPULYANSKIY

    Zalman

    19th cent reconstructed as heirs owned it in 1905 this is  Zalman son of Itsko Kapulyansky - DGG 

     Tatarskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    KAPULYANSKIY

    Heirs of Zalman, KAPULYANSKY

     

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    KUTUN

    Rohlya-Zundel

     

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house; (not sure if owned by Roklya and Zundel or Roklya Zundel’s-dgg)

    1905

    LEVIN

    Noson

     

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    LOS'

    Aron

     

    Tatarskaya

    country wooden house

    POR74
    1877?
    1886?

    MALOVITSKIY

    Mikhel

    ng

    Tatarskaya

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874.

    1905

    MALOVITSKIY

    Aron Movsha, son of Nevah

    Nevah

    Tatarskaya

    country wooden house

    POR74,77

    MAZYA

    Abram

    Sholom

    Tatarskaya

     wooden house; ; before 1905 Abram, son of Sholom MAZIYA, in 1905 Aron MAZIYA The site of a house is established on the plan.

    1905 1911

     MAZYA

    Aron

    [dgg Abram son of Sholom MAZIYA?]

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house; ; before 1905 Abram, son of Sholom MAZIYA, in 1905 Aron MAZIYA The site of a house is established on the plan.

    POR86

    MAZYA

    Aron

     

    Tatarskaya

    The site of a house on the plan is established. [at same address in 1911]

    POR86

    MAZYA

    Srol

     

     [ Same surname on Tatarskaya street from 1874-1911]

    No street info - dgg

    POR74

    NAIMAN

    Ellya

    Leiba  [ Ellya owns property in 1877 but only sons Sholom, Yudel, Khaim,  are named in 1884 tax list, Ellya may have died previous]

    [possibly Myslobozhskaya where son Sholom owned property in 1877 or  Tatarskaya where son Khaim owns property in 18866-1905 ]

    No street info - dgg

    POR86 1905

    NEMON

    Haim

      (may be Khaim son of Ellya Nemon in 1884 tax list  in household 298]

    Tatarskaya

    country wooden house  - no street info with 1886 listing

    1905

    SHUSTER

    Berka

     

    Tatarskaya

    country wooden house

    POR86

    SHUSTER

    Berka

     

    In 1905 a Berka Shuster owned a house on Tatarskaya and a Berka son of Itska Shuster owned a house on Shkolnaya

    [No street info – dgg]

    POR74

    SLUCHAK

    Itsko

     

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house; He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874; before 1905 Itska SLUCHAK; IN 1905 Nehemiya-Aron

    1905

     SLUCHAK

    Nehemiya-Aron

     

    Tatarskaya

    wooden house; He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874; before 1905 Itska SLUCHAK; IN 1905 Nehemiya-Aron

    1905

    TURBOVICH

    Izik

     

    Tatarskaya

    country wooden house

    1905

    ZMUIDZYAK

    Evel

     

    Tatarskaya

    country wooden house

    Svyatoyanskaya and Sventsyanskaya Streets

    POR86

    ANGILOVICH

    Leizer

     

      This may be Svyatoyanskaya street – no street name in 19th cent extraction

    No street info - dgg

    POR77,86

    ANGILOVICH

    Movsha

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 owned by Movsha ANGILOVICH, in 1905 by Movsha and Leizer together

    1905

    ANGILOVICH

    Movsha and Leizer

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 owned by Movsha ANGILOVICH, in 1905 by Movsha and Leizer together

    POR74

     ANILOVICH (ANGILOVICH)

    [no first name in webmaster’s copy]

     

    Sventsyanskaya

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874.

    POR77,86

    ANGELOVICH

    Abram

     

    This may be Svyatoyanskaya street – no street name in 19th cen t extraction

    No street info - dgg

    POR86

    ANGILOVICH

    Nevah

     

      This may be Svyatoyanskaya street – no street name in 19th cen t extraction

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    ANILOVICH (ANGILOVICH)

    Gdaliya and Nevah

     

    Sventsyanskaya

    wooden house; He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874;. in 1905 - Gdaliya, Nevah have 2 houses.

    1905

    BERKOVICH

    Elya

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    POR74

    BERKOVICH

    Yosel

     

    Sventsyanskaya

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874.

    POR74,77?86?

    BERKOVICH

    Shimshel

    Israel

    Sventsyanskaya

    The site of a house on the plan is established. [also appears in 1911]

    1911

    BERKOVICH

    Shimshel, son of Izrael

    Israel BERKOVICH

    Sventsyanskaya

    The site of a house is established on the plan.

    1905

    BREVDA

    Morduh, son of Peisah

    Peisach BREVDA

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    BREVDA

    Peisah

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    country wooden house

    POR74

    BREVDA

    Movsha

    Leiba

    Sventsyanskaya

     

    1877

    BREVDA

    Shmuil

      The only Shmuil Brevda in 1884 tax list is Shmuil Movshev Brevda of household #31 – but that Shmueil appears to be son of Movsha son of Lemka

    Can’t find in another  property record

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    BUSEL

    Itsko Gershen

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    POR74,77

    CAK

    Abram

    Sholom

    Sventsyanskaya

    [see also Sak with the same spelling]

    1905

    ELINA

    Dovid, son of Movsha

    Movsha ELINA

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house; In 1874 he lived in his father's flat in Myslobozhskaya str.

    1905

    EPSHTEIN

    Movsha

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    1905

     FAINSHTEIN

    Movsha

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house; In 1874 he lived in a flat in Kletskaya str.

    1905

    GEHTEL

    Srol, son of Meer

    Meir

    Sventsyanskaya, in 1905 - Tatarskaya

    country wooden house

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    GEHTEL

    Srol

    Meer

    Sventsyanskaya

     

    1905

    GELFOND

    Leiba

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    GELFOND

    Leiba

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    GREBLYA

    Itska

     

    [Probably   Svyatoyanskaya where Itsko owned a wooden house 1905]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    GREBLYA

    Itska

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    GRINBERG

    Govsey

     

    [ Not clear if this is the house on Tatarskaya street no street info in 19th cent extract  - also owned wooden house on Svyatoyanskaya street]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    GRINBERG

    Govsey

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    HAZANOVICH

    Shmuel

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    KOSSAKOVSKIY STANISLAV, EARL

     

    (nobleman)

    Svyatoyanskaya

    watermill

    POR77

    LYAKHOVITSKYI

    Movsha

     

    [same surname on Svyatoyanskaya in 1886 and 1905] 

    No street info - dgg

    POR86

    LYAHOVITSKAYA

    Tsira

     

    [Svyatoyanskaya ] street name not with this record, taken from 1905 info

    country wooden house  - from 1905 record

    1905

    LYAHOVITSKAYA

    Tsira

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    country wooden house

     

    MALAHOVSKIY

    Pesach MALAHOVSKIY

    [Reconstructed from 1905 ownership by his heirs – Pesach Malahovsky ownership document not found.]

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    MALAHOVSKIY

    Heirs of Pesach MALAHOVSKIY

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    MALOVITSKIY

    Nevah

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    POR74

    MALOVITSKIY

    Yankel

    Itsko

    Sventsyanskaya

     

    1905

    MEDRES

    Abram

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    POR74

    MELETSKAYA

    Sora, daughter of

    Haim

    Sventsyanskaya

     

    1905

    VINOGRAD

    Aron

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    POR74

    VOLKOVITSKYI

    Volf

    Movsha

    Sventsyanskaya

     wooden house; before 1905 Volf Volkovitskiy son of Movsha; in 1905 Yosel/ Fruma Volkovysskiy (not sure if means Yosel and Fruma or Yosel Fruma’s)

    1905

    VOLKOVYSSKIY

    Yosel AND Fruma (see note)

    Volf son of Movsha VOLKOVITSKY?

    Sventsyanskaya

     wooden house; before 1905 Volf Volkovitskiy son of Movsha; in 1905 Yosel/ Fruma Volkovysskiy (not sure if means Yosel and Fruma or Yosel Fruma’s)

    POR74

    VOLOHVYANSKYI

    Leiba

    Menya

    Sventsyanskaya

     

    POR86

    VOLKOVYSKAYA

    Rohlya

     

     Same surname as on Sventsyanskya – possibly household of  Uosel and Fruma Volkovyssky

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    ZABELINSKIY

    Shmuel

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    ZAYATS

    Gilel

     

     Svyatoyanskaya – from 1905 listing, no street info in 19th cent extract

    wooden house; before 1905 Gilel ZAYATS, in 1905 Gilel-Ester (not sure if that means Gilel and Ester or Gilel Esther’s)

    1905

    ZAYATS

    Gilel AND Ester
    (see note)

     

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Gilel ZAYATS, in 1905 Gilel-Ester (not sure if that means Gilel and Ester or Gilel Esther’s)

    POR77,86

    ZAYETS

    Morduh

     

    [Probably  Svyatoyanskaya – where Morduh owned a wooden house in 1905 - no street info in 19th cent extract]

    Wooden house

    1905

    ZAYETS

    Morduh, son of Movsha

    Movsha

    Svyatoyanskaya

    wooden house

    Shkolnaya and Prishkolnaya

    POR74

    ABRAMOVICH

    Zavel, (public house)

    Shlyoma-Girsh

    Shkolnaya

      [ tavern]

    POR74,77

    ANILOVICH (ANGILOVICH)

    Rafail

    Itsko

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74

    BANKOV

    Yosel
    (public house)

    Mendel

    Shkolnaya

       [ tavern]

    POR74

    BEKER

     

     

    Shkolnaya

    Tatars

    POR74

    BUDOVLYA

    Shmuila

    Yosel

    Shkolnaya

     stone house; before 1905 Shmuila Yoselev Budovlya; in 1905 Movsha Budovlya

    1905

    BUDOVLYA

    Nevach

    son of Shmuila BUDOVLYA

    Owned a wooden house in Kladbischenskaya but in 1874 Nevach lived in his father's flat in Shkolnaya str. In 1905 Nevach’s son Abram owned the house in Kladbischenskaya

    Copied from Nevach Budovlya’s entry for Kladbischenskaya property

    1905

    BUDOVLYA

    Movsha

    [dgg- Shmuila Yosilev Budovlya?]

    Shkolnaya, in 1905 - Prishkolnaya

    stone house;before 1905 Shmuila Yoselev Budovlya; in 1905 Movsha Budovlya

    POR74,77,86

    BUSEL

    Mikhel

    Yosel

    Shkolnaya

     wooden house; before 1905 Mikhel Busel son of Yosel; in 1905 Shlyoma Busel

    1905

    BUSEL

    Shlyoma

    [dgg- Mikhel BUSEL son of Yosel?]

    Shkolnaya, in 1905 - Prishkolnaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Mikhel Busel son of Yosel; in 1905 Shlyoma Busel

    POR74,77

    CHERNYI

    Meer

     

    Shkolnaya

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874 and 1850. Probably he was not native.

    1905

    DAVIDOVSKIY

    Yosel

     

    Prishkolnaya

    wooden house

    1905

    EFROIMSKIY

    Tevel'

     

    Prishkolnaya

    wooden house

    1905

    EFROIMSKIY

    Tevel'

     

    Prishkolnaya

    wooden house

    POR74

    EPSHTEIN

    Abram-Mendel

    Shlioma

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    EPSHTEIN

    Hema

    Dovid

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR86

    EPSHTEIN

    Heilya

     

      No street info – the name Heilya could be Elia or possibly it or Hema are a mistake for the other. If Hema Epstein then he lived on Shkolnaya 1874 through 1886

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    FALEVICH

    Berko, son of Uziel

    Uziel FALEVICH

    Prishkolnaya

    stone house

    POR74
    1877
    1886
    1898

    FALYA (FALIN)

    Ovsey, son of

    Berka

    Shkolnaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Ovsey son of Berka FALYA (FALIN); in 1905 both Govsey FALIN and Shmuil David Tsimerang

    1905
    1898

    FALYA(FALIN) AND TSIMERANG

    Govsey Falin and Shmuil Dovid Tsimerang

    Ovsey son of Berka FALIN

    Shkolnaya, in 1905 - Prishkolnaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Ovsey son of Berka FALYA (FALIN); in 1905 both Govsey FALIN and Shmuil David Tsimerang

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    FINDEL

    Yankel, son of (synagogue)

    Boruh

    Shkolnaya

      [synagogue]

    POR86

    FINDEL

    Gershen

     

    In 1874 a Findel owned property on Kletskaya, in 1874-1886 another Findel owned property on Shkolnaya

    No street info - dgg

    POR74

    FRIDMAN

    Movsha, son of (school yard)

    Gershen

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74

    GAVZA

    Shai

    Yohel

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    GEIZENBLOZIN

    Shmuil

    [son of Itzko – reconstructed from note at Kanalnaya street property]

      [Shkolnaya]

    In 1874 he lived in Shkolnaya str. in the house of his father.

    1905

    GEIZENBLOZIN

    Shmuil, son of Itsko

    Itsko

    Had a stone house on Kanalnaya In 1874 he lived in his father's flat in Shkolnaya str.

    Copied from Kanalnaya entry

    POR74
    1877

    GEIZENBLUZIN

    Srol

    ng

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74

    GIZONGLAZIN (GEIZENBLUZIN)

    Itska

    Notka

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74
    1877

    EIZENBLAZEN (GEIZENBLUZIN)

    Leiba

    Notka

    Shkolnaya

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    POR74

    GLEZER

    Dovid

    Zusman

    Shkolnaya

     

    1905

    GRINBERG

    Morduh

     

    Owned a wooden house on Myslobozhskaya In 1874 he lived in a flat in Shkolnaya str.

    [Copied from Mysloboxhskaya entry]

    1905

    GRINBERG

    Peisah, son of Movsha

    Movsha GRINBERG

    Shkolnaya, in 1905 - Prishkolnaya

    stone house

    POR74
    1877
    POR86

    GRINBERG

    Peisah

    Movsha

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    GRINBERG

    Morduh

     

     [Shkolnaya]

    In 1874 he lived in Shkolnaya str. in a flat.

    POR74

    GRINSHPAN

    Shmuila

    Shimon

    Shkolnaya

     

    1905

    HAZANOVICH

    Michel

     

    Prishkolnaya

    stone house

    POR74

    KAM

    Yankel, (synagogue)

    Movsha

    Shkolische

     

    POR74

    KAPLAN

    Meer Leiba

     

    Shkolnaya

     

    1905

    KAPLAN

    Abram

     

    Prishkolnaya

    wooden house

    POR74

    KOPYLSKII

    Yankel

    ng

    Shkolnaya

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874 and 1850. Probably he was not native.

    POR74

    KUKHTITS

    Abram

     

    Shkolnaya

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874 and 1850. Probably he was not native.

    1905

    KUNITSA

    Yankel-Vigdor, son of Berka

    Berka

    Shkolnaya, in 1905 - Prishkolnaya

    wooden house

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    KUNITSA

    Yankel- Vigdor

    Berka

    Shkolnaya

     

    1905

    LEIMES

    Mendel

     

    Prishkolnaya

    stone house

    POR74

    LEVIN

    Shai (prayer house)

    Dovid

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74

    LEVINOVA

    Frumka, daughter of

    Zimel

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    MEDRES

    Girsh

     

      [Shkolnaya]

    In 1874 he lived in Shkolnaya str. in a flat.

    POR74

    MENAKER

    Meilah (public house)

    Peisah

    Shkolnaya

      [tavern]

    1905

    MILNER

    Menahim

     

    Prishkolnaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    MILNER

    Menahim

     

      [Shkolnaya]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    MORETS

    Lifsha-Yosel Movil?

     

    Prishkolnaya

    stone house

    POR86

    MUKASEY

    Evel

     

      [Shkolnaya]

    No street info - dgg

    POR74
    1877?
    1886?

    MUKASEY

    Girsh

    Abel

    Shkolnaya

     

    1905

    MUKASEY

    Girsh, son of Abel

    Abel (Evel)

    Shkolnaya, in 1905 - Prishkolnaya

    stone house

    POR74

    OREMAN

    Shmuila,
    (public house)

    Shlyoma

    Shkolnaya

      [tavern]

    POR74

    PEKAR

    Shmuila

    Leizer

    Shkolnaya

     

    1905

    PIKELNIK (PIKELNYI)

    Elya

     

    Prishkolnaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    PIKELIK

    Elya

     

     [Shkolnaya]

    No street info - dgg

    POR74

    PINCHUK

    Eliya (public house)

    Faivel

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74

    PORTNOY

    Itska

    Zalman

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74,77

    RABINOVICH

    Mikhel (synagogue)

    ng

    Shkolnaya

     [note from webmaster possibly Rabbi Michael Rabinowitz]

    POR74

    REZNIK

    Mikhel

    ng

    Shkolnaya

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874 and 1850. Probably he was not native.

    POR74,77

    CAK  [see SAK]

    Abram- Haim

    Yosel

    Shkolnaya

    stone house; before 1905 Abram-Haim son of Yosel SAK; in 1905 Yankel SAK

    1905

     SAK

    Yankel

    [dgg?Abram-Haim son of Yosel SAK?]

    Shkolnaya, in 1905 - Prishkolnaya

    stone house; before 1905 Abram-Haim son of Yosel SAK; in 1905 Yankel SAK

    POR74,86

    SHKOLNIK

    Menahim, (public house)

    Girsh- Leiba

    Shkolnaya

      [tavern]

    POR74

    SHUSTER

    Itska

     

    Shkolnaya

    stone house; before 1905 Itska SHUSTER; in 1905 Berka son of Itsko Shuster

    1905

     SHUSTER

    Berka, son of Itsko

    Itsko SHUSTER

    Shkolnaya, in 1905 - Prishkolnaya

    stone house; before 1905 Itska SHUSTER; in 1905 Berka son of Itsko Shuster

    POR86

    SHUSTER

    Berka

     

    In 1905 a Berka Shuster owned a house on Tatarskaya and a Berka son of Itska Shuster owned a house on Shkolnaya

    [No street info – dgg]

    Prop Owners Reg 1874 1886?

    SHUSTER

    Abram

    ng

    Shkolnaya

     

    Prop Owners Reg 1874 1877?

    SHUSTER

    Movsha

    Yankel

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74            1877                1886

    SOSIN

    Abram,

    Movsha

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR74

    SUBOTNIK

    Abram

    Zundel

    Shkolnaya

     

    POR86

    VAINSHTEIN

    Movsha

     

      [Shkolnaya – street not stated on earlier record]

    stone house; BEFORE 1905 Movsha VAINSHTEIN; in 1905 his heirs

    1905

    VAINSHTEIN  [ see FAINSHTEIN]

    Heirs of Movsha VAINSHTEIN

     

    Prishkolnaya

    stone house; BEFORE 1905 Movsha VAINSHTEIN; in 1905 his heirs

    POR74,77?

    VENGER

    Meer (public house)

    Leizer

    Shkolnaya

      [tavern]

    1905

    ZABLOTSKIY

    Meer

     

    Prishkolnaya

    wooden house

    1905

    ZUBELEVITSKIY

    Evel

     

    Prishkolnaya

    stone house

    Sanitarian Street

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    TUKACHINSKY

    Reb Moshe-Mordechai Tukachinsky

     

     

    reported as of great wealth living in a large house on Sanitarian Street

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    LEV?

    Reb Mich'l Binyominke

     

     

    reported as of great wealth living in a large house on Sanitarian Street

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    BARNAK /BARANEK

    Zundel Barnak and his wife Dina Feiga (Rabinowitz)

     

     

    reported as of great wealth living in a large house on Sanitarian Street

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    BERKOVICH

    Berl Berkovich

     

     

    reported as of great wealth living in a large house on Sanitarian Street

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    LIS

    Gershon Lis

     

     

    reported as of great wealth living in a large house on Sanitarian Street

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    MAIZEL

    Maizel family

     

     

    reported as of great wealth living in a large house on Sanitarian Street

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    LITOVSKY

    Litovsky family

     

     

    reported as of great wealth living in a large house on Sanitarian Street

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    ROZOVSKY

    Leibke Rozovsky with his wife Hanya

     

     

    reported as of great wealth living in a large house on Sanitarian St

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    the local lawyer

    Schmueler the Advocate

     

     

    on Sanitarian St

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    primary school building with 2 grades

    School

     

     

    on Sanitarian St

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    residence of Polish doctor

    Doctor's house

     

     

    on Sanitarian St

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    Government offices

    Volost office

     

     

    on Sanitarian St

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    Government offices

    Volost Court

     

     

    on Sanitarian St

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    Municipal Offices

    "Zemskie Oprave" - local administration

     

     

    on Sanitarian St

    My Devastated Shtetl, p4

    Kholadne- local jail

    municipal jail

     

     

    on Sanitarian St

    Plebanskaya

    POR74

    KAVETSKYI

    Ng (Orthodox)

     

    Plebanskaya

    Orthodox

    Pinskaya

    POR74,77,86

    AGINSKIY

    Zalman

    Morduh

    Pinskaya

     

    1905

    BOK

    Yosel, son of Itska

    Itrska BOK

    Pinskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    BRUK

    Shimon

     

    Pinskaya

    stone house

    1905

    BUSEL

    Srol, son of Leizer

    Leizer

    Pinskaya

    stone house

    POR74

    FAINSHTEIN

    Abram

    Shmuila

    Pinskaya

     

    POR77

    GAM

    Movsha

     

    Pinskaya

    stone house; before 1905 Movsha GAM, after 1905 his heirs

    1905

    GAM

    heirs of Movsha GAM

     

    Pinskaya

    stone house; before 1905 Movsha GAM, after 1905 his heirs

    1905

    GAVZA

    Morduh

     

    Pinskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    GAVZA

    Styra

     

    Pinskaya

    stone house

    1905

    GOZENPUD

    Hatskel

     

    Pinskaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    GRABINA

    Girsh

     

    [Probably Pinskaya where Girsh Grabina owned a stone house in 1905]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    GRABINA

    Girsh

     

    Pinskaya

    stone house

    1905

    GRINBERG

    Abram

     

    Pinskaya

    wooden house

    1900
    1905

    GULITSKIY

    Zelman

     

    Pinskaya

    wooden house; The site of a house is established on the plan.

    1886 1900

    GULITSKYI

    Zelman

     

     Pinskaya

    The site of a house on the plan is established.

    1905

    KAPLAN

    Govsey

     

    Pinskaya

    wooden house (Yehoshua Kaplan son of Abram Yankel Kaplan - dgg)

    1905

    KRAVETS

    Faivel

     

    Pinskaya

    country wooden house

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    LEV

    Abram (public bath)

    Zalman

    Pinskaya

      [bath house]

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    LEV

    Movsha

    Abram

    Pinskaya

     

    1905

    LOS'

    Leiba

     

    Pinskaya

    stone house

    1905

    MAES

    Girsh

     

    Pinskaya

    stone house  [ This is Rabbi Hirsh Mas]

    POR74
    1877? 1886?

    MAKOSEY (MUKOSEY)

    Girsh

    Yosel

    Pinskaya

     

    POR74,77

    MANDEL

    Shmuila

    Srol

    Pinskaya

    In 1877 he is mentioned without surname…probably it is Shmuil Yosel Srol

    POR861905

    MUKASEY

    Haim

     

    Pinskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    OLHA

    Abram, son of Meer

    Meer

    Pinskaya

    country wooden house

    POR86

    OLHA

    Abram

     

    [Pinskaya?]

    No street info - dgg

    POR86

    OLHA

    Abram Meer

     

    [Pinskaya?]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    SHAPIRO

    Lipa

     

    Pinskaya

    stone house

     

    SHAPOCHNIK

    Movsha

    [Reconstructed from 1905 ownership which cites that Movsha Shapochnik owned it before 1905 and then Yosel Shapochnik. Moshe’s ownership record not found.]

    Pinskaya

    wooden house; The site of a house is established on the plan.; BEFORE 1905 Movsha SHAPOCHNIK; in 1905 Yosel SHAPOCHNIK

    1900
    1905

    SHAPOCHNIK

    Yosel

    [dgg-Movsha SHAPOCHNIK?]

    Pinskaya

    wooden house; The site of a house is established on the plan.; BEFORE 1905 Movsha SHAPOCHNIK; in 1905 Yosel SHAPOCHNIK

    POR74

    SHELYUTSKIY

    Zelik

    ng

    Pinskaya

    He is not mentioned among the residents of Lyakhovichi in 1874 and 1850. Probably he was not native.

    1905

    SHKLYARUK

    Abram

     

    Pinskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    VALKIN

    Zalman

     

    Pinskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    VEINGER

    Abram

     

    Pinskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    VEINGER

    Nevah

     

    Pinskaya

    wooden house, postal telegraph office

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    VEINGER (VENGER)

    Nevah

     

      [Pinskaya]

    In 1874 he lived in Pinskaya str. in a flat.

    POR74

    VENGER

    Aron

    Shimshel

    Pinskaya

     

    1905

    ZAYATS

    Beniamin

     

    Pinskaya

    wooden house

    Ozhevichskaya and Gozhevitskaya

    1905

    BEDER

    Boruh

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    stone house

    POR86

    BEDER

    Shmuila

     

      [Ozhevichskaya – no street info in 19th cent extract]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    BEDER

    Shmuel

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    BEGUN

    Yosel

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    BEREZSKYI

    Morduh

     

    [ Probably Oszhevichskaya where Morduh owned a wooden house in 1905]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    BEREZSKIY

    Morduh

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    BERKOVICH

    Boruh

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    BERKOVICH

    Girsh

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    stone house

    1905

    BERKOVICH

    Sora

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    stone house

    1905

    BIRGER

    Itsko

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    1877 1886

    BREVDA

    Aron

     

    [Probably  Gozhevitskaya where Aron Brevda owned a house in 1905]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    BREVDA

    Aron

     

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house   

    POR74

    BUSHEL

    Movsha

    Anshel

    Gozhevitskaya

     

    POR74

    BUSHEL

    Nevah

    Movsha

    Gozhevitskaya

     

    1905

    CHERNIHOVSKIY

    Nison

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    EPSHTEIN

    Abram

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    EPSHTEIN

    Alter Dovid

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    POR74
    1877
    1886
    1898

    EPSHTEIN

    Yudel

    Itska

    Gozhevitskaya

    Aron and Abram Yudel are mentioned in 1898

    POR74
    1877

    GALAI (GALYA)

    Shlyoma

    Volf

    Gozhevitskaya

     

    POR86

    GALAY

    Movsha

     

    [Probably Gozhevitskaya where Movsha Galay owned a wooden house in 1905]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    GALAY

    Movsha

      May be Movsha Shliomov Galay in 1884 household 538

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house  

    POR77,86

    GAVZA

    Pinhus

     

    [Probably Gozhevitskaya where Pinhus Gavza owned a wooden house in 1905]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    GAVZA

    Pinhus

     

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house

    POR74

    GERBAR (GARBAR)

    Naftol

    Kalman

    Gozhevitskaya

     

    POR77,86

    GOHBERG

    Naftol

    Surname appears to be a misread for Garber in which case this is Naftul b Kalman Garber

    [Probably Gozhevitskaya where Naftol b Kalman Garber owned in 1874]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    GOBERMAN

    Rubin

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    HAET

    Abram

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    POR74,77

    HARLIP

    Sholom

    Yudel

    Gozhevitskaya

       

    POR74

    HARLIP

    Srol

    Itsko

    [Same surname on Gozhevitskaya in 1874 and 1877 and on  Kladbischenskaya those same years]

    No street info 

    POR74

    HAYAT (Haet)

    Zimel

    Berka

    Gozhevitskaya

      

    POR86

    HAET

    Shimon

     

      [Probably Gozhveitskaya: Zimel and Shimon are same name]

    No street info - dgg

    POR95

    HOMSKAYA

    Haya- Sora

     

    Gozhevitskaya

      

     1895

    HOMSKAYA

    Haya-Sora

     

    Gozhevitskaya

     

    1905

    KAGAN

    Itsko

    [in other sources his father is Abram -dgg

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    POR74
    1877

    KAM

    Aron

    Movsha

    Gozhevitskaya

     

    1905

    KAM

    Aron, son of Movsha

    Movsha KAM

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    KAPLAN

    Anshel Israel

     

    Gozhevitskaya

     

    POR86

    KOTLER  (in Revision Lists as both Kesler and Kotler)

    Nevah

     

    Possibly Ozhevichskaya where Nevakh Kesler owned a wooden house in 1905

     

    1905

    KESLER  (in Revision Lists as both Kesler and Kotler)

    Nevah

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    KESLER

    Ezra

     

     Possibly Gozhevitskaya where Ezra Kesler owned a wooden house in 1905

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    KESLER

    Ezra

     

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    KOSSAKOVSKIY, EARL

     

    (nobleman)

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    POR86

    LEV

    Berka

     

    [Probably Gozhevitskaya where Berka Lev owned a wooden house in 1905]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    LEV

    Berka

      [this may be Shimshon Berko Lev related to Nevah b Yankel Litovsky on same street – DGG]

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    LITOVSKIY

    Nevah son of Yankel

     

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Nevah, son of Yankel, in 1905 his heirs

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    LITOVSKYI

    Nevah

    Yankel

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Nevah, son of Yankel, in 1905 his heirs (description of property accompanies 1905 registry)

    1905

    LITOVSKIY

    Heirs of  Nevah

     

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house; before 1905 Nevah, son of Yankel, in 1905 his heirs

    1905

    MALOVITSKIY

    Shmuel

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    MALOVITSKYI

    Nevah

     

    [Gozhevichskaya]

    In 1874 he lived in Gozhevichskaya str. in a flat.

    1905

    MALOVITSKIY

    Nevah

     

    In 1874 he lived in Gozhevichskaya str. in a flat.  But also owned 4 wooden houses, a warehouse is in one of them  in Market Square

    Copied from Market Square entry

    POR861905

    MENAKER

    Meer

     

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    RYMAR

    Shmuila

    Aizik

    Gozhevitskaya

      

    1905

    RYMAR

    Shmuila, son of Izik

    Izik

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    SHMID

    Movsha

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    SHMUSHKEVICH

    Eizer

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    TAUROGINSKIY

    Nikolai

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    1905

    TSYRLES

    Sora

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    POR74
    1877
    1886

    TUKACHINSKAYA

    Hasya Leya

    ng

    Gozhevitskaya

    In 1877 and 1886 - homeowner Tukachinskyi Girsh - son of Hasya Leya   

    1905

     TUKACHINSKAYA

    Movsha

    [dgg- Girsh TUCKACHINSKY? His mother’s name given in note]

    Gozhevitskaya

    wooden house In 1877 and 1886 - homeowner is Tukachinskiy Girsh - son of Hasya Leya.; Hasya Leah owned it in 1874-1886, then Girsh son of Hasya Leah, then in 1905 Movsha

    1905

    TUKACHINSKIY

    Yankel

     

    Ozhevichskaya

    wooden house

    POR74
    1877

    ZHMUIDSYAK

    Shlioma- Berka

    Abram

    Gozhevitskaya

     

    On the Hill, On the Wall, On the Rampart

    POR86

    BEGUN

    Abram

     

      [on the hill? No street name in 19th cent extract – could refer to other property]

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    BEGUN

    Abram

     

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    1905

    BERKOVICH

    Morduh, son of Elya

    Elya

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    POR74

    BREVDA

    Haim

    Itsko

    on the hill near the castle

     [This is the road called “the Rampart” in the Avrom Lev memoir dgg]

    1905

    BREVDA

    Haim, son of Itska

    Itska BREVDA

    On the hill

    country wooden house;

    POR86

    BREVDA

    Shmerka

     

      Probably  “on the hill” where Shmerka Brevda owned a country wooden house in 1905

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    BREVDA

    Shmerka

     

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    POR74

    ELINA

    Naftol

    Gdal

    On the Hill

    [wooden house; before 1905 Naftol Elina son of Gdaliya; in 1905 Gdaliya] (copied from son’s 1905 entry)

    1905

    ELINA

    Gdalya

    Naftol son of Gdaliya ELINA

    On the hill

    wooden house; before 1905 Naftol Elina son of Gdaliya; in 1905 Gdaliya

    1905

    ELINA

    Movsha

     

    On the hill

    wooden house

    1905

    EPSHTEIN

    Shlioma

     

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    1905

    EPSHTEIN

    Shlioma

     

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    1905

    GEIZINBLOZIN

    Srol

     

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    1905

    GOLDBERG

    Gdaliya

     

    On the hill

    stone house

    1905

    HVEDYUK  [ Khvedyuk – DGG]

    Berkov Iserov

    Iser

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    1905

    KAPEL

    Alter, son of Movsha

    Movsha

    On the hill

    wooden house

    1905

    KUNTSEVICH

    Yosel

     

    On the hill

    wooden house

    1905

    LEV

    Beniamin

     

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    1905

    LITOVSKIY

    Girsh

    [probably Girsh son of Nevach Litovsky  in 1884Tax List – dgg]

    On the hill

    wooden house

    1905

    LITOVSKIY

    Movsha

    [probably Movsha son of  Nevach Litovsky  in 1884Tax List – dgg]

    On the hill

    wooden house

    POR77

    LYUBOSHITS

    Meer

    There is in the 1884 tax list a Shlomo Meyerov Lyuboshits in household #762 suggesting that Meer himself  had died between the 1877 property register and 1884 tax list

      No street name – but the only other Lyuboshits in the property record owned a residence “on the hill” in 1905

    No street info - dgg

    1905

    LYUBOSHITS

    Nota, son of Yosel

    Yosel

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    1905

    MILLER

    Malvina

     

    On the hill

    wooden house, drugstore (This is Miller’s dispensary “owned by a Polish Chemist”) mentioned by Avrom Lev-dgg)

    1905

    MOLCHADSKIY

    Leiba

     

    On the hill

    wooden house

    POR86

    MUKASEY-VEINGER

    Nevah

     

    [on the hill] – no street or house info unlike 1905

    wooden house

    1905

    MUKASEY-VEINGER

    Nevah

     

    On the hill

    wooden house

    1905

    SHAPOCHNIK

    Sholom, son of Leizer

    Leizer

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    1905

    SHMUILOVICH

    Abram Yankel

     

    On the hill

    wooden house

     

    TRUBOCHIST

    Abram Trubochist

    [Reconsturcted based on 1905 entry for heirs of Abram Trubochist – separate entry for Abram Trubochist no found]

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    1905

    TRUBOCHIST

    Heirs of Abram, Trubochist

     

    On the hill

    country wooden house

    POR86 1905

    TSEITLIN

    Movsha

     

    On the hill

    wooden house

    1905

    VINOGRAD

    Aron

     

    On the hill

    wooden house

    No street listed for these Noblemen

    1905

    ALEXANDROVICH

    Yakov

    ng

    Nobleman, Tatar

    country wooden house; Moslem; дворяне магометане

    1905

    BAIBASH

    Alexander

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    BAIRASHEVSKIY

    Hasen

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    BOGDANOVICH

    Aminya

    NG

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    BOGDANOVICH

    Anelya, daughter of Abram

    NG

    noblemen, Tatars

    wooden house

    1905

    BOGDANOVICH

    Yakov

    NG

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    BOGUSHEVICH

    Osman

    NG

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    BOGUSHEVICH

    Yakov

    NG

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    KOSSAKOVSKIY, EARL

     

    (nobleman)

      [see house on Ozveitskaya and windmills and watermills – DGG]

    wooden house

    1905

    MISKEVICH

    Alexander

     

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    MISKEVICH

    Gelya

     

    noblemen, Tatars

    wooden house

    1905

    MURZICH

    Abda, son of Osman

    Osman

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    MURZICH

    Alexander

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    SHIMKEVICH

    Suleiman

     

    noblemen, Tatars

    wooden house

    1905

    SMOLSKIY

    Husein, heir

    NG

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    VORONOVICH

    Bekir

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    VORONOVICH

    Hasima

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    VORONOVICH

    Ivan, son Yakov

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    VORONOVICH

    Kamber, son of Mustafa

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    VORONOVICH

    Mustafa

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    VORONOVICH

    Samuil, son of Alexander

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    YAKUBOVSKAYA

    Fot'ma

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    ZHDANOVICH

    Hasem

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

    1905

    ZHDANOVICH

    Yosif/Alexander

    ng

    noblemen, Tatars

    country wooden house

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    Index By Family Name

    Surname

    Name

    Father’s Name

    Source and Date

    AGINSKIY

    Zalman

    Morduch

    POR74, 77, 86

    AGINSKIY

    Leiba

    Aron

    POR74, 77, 86

    AGINSKAYA

    Ginda daughter of

    ng

    POR74

    AIZINSHTAT

    Zelik

     

    POR77

    AIZINSHTAT

    Movsha

     

    POR77,86

    ALEYNIK

    Yankel

     

    POR77,86

    ANGILOVICH

    Movsha

     

    POR77,86

    ANGELOVICH

    Abram

     

    POR77,86

    ANGILOVICH

    Leizer

     

    POR86

    ANGILOVICH

    Nevah

     

    POR86

    ANILOVICH (ANGILOVICH)

     

     

    POR74

    ANILOVICH (ANGILOVICH)

    Rafail

    Itsko

    POR74,77

    ARONCHIK

    Srol Boruh

     

    POR86,98

    BANKOV

    Yosel

    (public house)

    Mendel

    POR74

    BEDER

    Girsh

     

    POR86

    BEDER

    Shmuila

     

    POR86

    BEDER

    Zlata

     

    POR86

    BEGUN

    Movsha

    (House of Lyakhovichi community)

    Abram

    POR74,77,86

    BEGUN

    Abram

     

    POR86

    BEGUN

    Yosel

     

    POR86

    BEKER

     

     

    POR74

    BEREZINA (BREZINA)

    Zahariya daughter of

    Berka

    POR74

    BEREZSKYI

    Morduh

     

    POR86

    BERKOVICH

    Abram

    Nevah

    POR74

    BERKOVICH

    Boruch

    Sholom

    POR74,77,86

    BERKOVICH

    Yosel

    Check

    POR74

    BERKOVICH

    Ovsey

    Haim

    POR74,77,86

    BERKOVICH

    Shimshel

    Israel

    POR74,77?,86?

    BERKOVICH

    Shimshel

    Sholom

    POR74,77?,86?

    BERKOVICH

    Yosel

     

    POR74,77

    BERKOVICH

    Yudel

     

    POR74,77

    BERKOVICH

    Rivka

     

    POR86

    BIRGEL

    Movsha

    Yudel

    POR74,77

    BIRGER

    Gdalyi

     

    POR74,77,86,88

    BIRGER

    Gdalyi

     

    POR86

    BLEHAR

    Faivel

     

    POR77

    BORUHOVA?

    Haya

    Borukh?

    POR86

    BRAZNIK(BRAZHNIK)

    Simha

     

    POR77

    BRESLAVSKYI

    Yankel

     

    POR86

    BREVDA

    Abel

    Bentsian

    POR74,77,86

    BREVDA

    Berka

    Lemka

    POR74,86,95

    BREVDA

    Lemka,

    Dovid

    POR74,77,86

    BREVDA

    Movsha

    Leiba

    POR74

    BREVDA

    Srol

    Itsko

    POR74,77,86

    BREVDA

    Haim

    Itsko

    POR74

    BREVDA

    Aron

     

    POR77,86

    BREVDA

    Shimshel

     

    POR74,77

    BREVDA

    Shmuil

     

    POR77

    BREVDA

    Haikel

     

    POR86

    BREVDA

    Shmerka

     

    POR86

    BREZINA

    Shmuil Yankel

     

    POR77

    BREZINA

    Shlioma

     

    POR86

    BUDOVLYA

    Shmuila

    Yosel

    POR74

    BUDOVLYA

    Nevah

     

    POR74,77

    BUHBINDER

    Girsh

     

    POR77

    BUHBINDER

    Boruh

     

    POR86

    BURSHTEIN

    Morduch

    Boruch

    POR74,77,86

    BURVEL

    Anton

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    BURVEL

    Ivan

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    BURVEL

    Stepan

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    BUSEL

    Morduch

    Leiba

    POR74

    BUSEL

    Gershen

    Movsha

    POR74,77,86

    BUSEL

    Mikhel

    Yosel

    POR74,77,86

    BUSEL

    Yankel

    Movsha

    POR74,86

    BUSEL

    Beinus

     

    POR77,86

    BUSEL

    Itsko Morduh

     

    POR74,77

    BUSEL

    Abram

     

    POR86

    BUSHEL

    Movsha

    Anshel

    POR74

    BUSHEL

    Nevah

    Movsha

    POR74

    CAK

    Abram

     

    POR74,77

    CAK

    Abram- Haim

     

    POR74,77

    CHARNETSKYI

    Anton

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    CHERNETSKYI

    Ivan

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    CHERNETSKYI

    Yosif

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    CHERNYI

    Meer

     

    POR74,77

    CHERNYI

    Tevel

    Yosel

    POR74,77,86

    DITKOVSKAYA

    Blyuma

     

    POR86

    DITKOVSKYI

    Dovid

     

    POR77

    DUBOVES

    Litman

     

    POR77,86

    DUBOVSKYI

    Leiba

     

    POR86

    DURNEVITSKYI

    Ksaveriy

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    EIZENBLAZEN (GEIZENBLUZIN)

    Leiba

    Notka

    POR74,77

    ELINA

    Aron

    Girsh

    POR74,77

    ELINA

    Naftol

    Gdal

    POR74

    ELINA

    Dovid

     

    POR74,77,86

    ELINA

    Idel

     

    POR74,77,86

    ELINA

    Itska

     

    POR86

    ELINA

    Morduh

     

    POR86

    EPSHTEIN

    Abram-Mendel

    Shlioma

    POR74

    EPSHTEIN

    Gerts

    Itska

    POR74

    EPSHTEIN

    Mikhel

    Dovid

    POR74,77,86

    EPSHTEIN

    Hema

    Dovid

    POR74,77,86

    EPSHTEIN

    Estra

     

    POR74

    EPSHTEIN

    Yudel

    Itska

    POR74,77,86,98

    EPSHTEIN

    , heirs

     

    POR74

    EPSHTEIN

    Movsha

     

    POR77

    EPSHTEIN

    Aron

     

    POR86

    EPSHTEIN

    Berka

     

    POR74,86

    EPSHTEIN

    Rivka

     

    POR86

    EPSHTEIN

    Heilya

     

    POR86

    FAINSHTEIN

    Abram

    Shmuila

    POR74

    FAINSHTEIN

    Movsha

     

    POR74,77,86

    FALEVICH

    Abram Itska

     

    POR74,77

    FALEVICH

    Uziel

     

    POR77,86

    FALYA (FALIN)

    Ovsey, son of

    Berka

    POR74,77,86,98

    FEIGELMAN

    Movsha

     

    POR86

    FINDEL

    Berko-Itsko, son of

    Boruh

    POR74

    FINDEL

    Yankel, son of (synagogue)

    Boruh

    POR74,77,86

    FINDEL

    Gershen

     

    POR86

    FRIDMAN

    Movsha, son of (school yard)

    Gershen

    POR74

    GALAI (GALYA)

    Shlyoma

    Volf

    POR74,77

    GALAY

    Movsha

     

    POR86

    GAM

    Shlioma

    Volf

    POR74,77,86

    GAM

    Girsh

     

    POR74,77

    GAM

    Movsha

     

    POR77

    GAM

    Haim

     

    POR86

    GANTSEVICH

    Movsha

    Dovid

    POR74

    GANTSEVICH

    Shlyoma

     

    POR74,77,86

    GAVZA

    Rubin

    Gershel

    POR74,77,86

    GAVZA

    Faivel

    Yosel

    POR74,95

    GAVZA

    Shai

    Yohel

    POR74

    GAVZA

    Gets

     

    POR74,77

    GAVZA

    Pinhus

     

    POR77,86

    GAVZA

    Shmuil

     

    POR74,77

    GEHTEL

    Srol

    Meer

    POR74,77,86

    GEHTEL

    Noson

     

    POR86

    GEIZENBLOZIN

    Shmuil

     

    POR74,77,86

    GEIZENBLUZIN

    Srol

    ng

    POR74,77

    GELFAND

    Shai

    ng

    POR74

    GELFAND

    Srol

     

    POR77,86

    GELFAND

    Honya

     

    POR86

    GELIN

    Leizer

     

    POR74,77,86

    GELIN

    Yudel

     

    POR74,77,86

    GERBAR (GARBAR)

    Naftol

    Kalman

    POR74

    GERMAN

    Movsha

     

    POR86

    GESHELEV

    Movsha

    Itsko

    POR74,77,86

    GESHELEV? PAKER?

    [ not in original record see researcher note; Geshelev is both a surname and patronymic in Lyakhovichi]

    …Faivel, Geshelev

    Geshel?

    POR74

    GESIK

    Itska

     

    POR86

    GEYLIN (GEYLINBLOTIN)[webmaster -prob Geyzin and Geyzinblozin]

    Falka

     

    POR86

    GINZBURG

    Vulf

     

    POR77

    GINZBURG

    Dvosya

     

    POR86

    GINZBURG

    Morduh

     

    POR86

    GIZONGLAZIN (GEIZENBLUZIN)

    Itska

    Notka

    POR74

    GLEZER

    Dovid

    Zusman

    POR74

    GLEZER

    Beinus

     

    POR74,77,86

    GLEZER

    Ellya

     

    POR74,77,86

    GLEZER

    Abram

     

    POR86

    GOHBERG

    Naftol

     

    POR77,86

    GOLBARK (GOLDBERG)

    Boruch, (cemetery)

    Itsko

    POR74

    GOLDBERG

    Leiba

     

    POR86

    GOLDBERG

    Shmuila

     

    POR86

    GOLDMAN

    Tsalya

    Morduch

    POR74

    GORBATSEVICH

    Elizaveta

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    GRABINA

    Girsh

     

    POR86

    GREBLA

    Abram

    Itsko

    POR74

    GREBLYA

    Girsh

     

    POR74,77

    GREBLYA

    Itska

     

    POR86

    GREBLYA

    Nevah

    Girsh

    POR86

    GRIMBERG

    Girsha

    Evsey

    POR74

    GRINBERG

    Peisah

    Movsha

    POR74,77

    GRINBERG

    Morduh

     

    POR74,77,86

    GRINBERG

    Govsey

     

    POR86

    GRINBERG

    Zavel

     

    POR86

    GRINBERG

    Peisah

     

    POR86

    GRINBERG

    Perets

     

    POR86

    GRINSHPAN

    Shmuila

    Shimon

    POR74

    GRINVALD

    Movsha

     

    POR86

    GRINVALD

    Peisah

     

    POR86

    GULITSKYI

    Berka

     

    POR74,77

    GULITSKYI

    Zelman

     

    1886 1900

    GURVICH

    Shmuil

     

    POR77,86

    GUZYUK

    Faddey

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    HAET

    Nehemiya

     

    POR77,86

    HAET

    Vulf

     

    POR86

    HAET

    Nahmon

     

    POR86

    HAET

    Shimon

     

    POR86

    HAIT

    Yosel

    Boruh

    POR74,77

    HARAS

    Gershon

    Berka

    POR74

    HARLIP

    Leiba

    ng

    POR74,77

    HARLIP

    Srol

    Itsko

    POR74

    HARLIP

    Sholom

    Yudel

    POR74,77

    HAYAT

    (Haet) Zimel

    Berka

    POR74

    HAZANOVICH

    Mikhel

     

    POR74,77,86

    HLYANDA

    Nevah

     

    POR86

    HOMSKAYA

    Haya- Sora

     

    POR95

    HOROSH

    Gershon

     

    POR86

    HVENDSUK

    Berka

    Movsha

    POR74,77

    KAGAN

    Leiba

    ng

    POR74

    KAGAN

    Abram

     

    POR86

    KAM

    Aron

    Berka

    POR74

    1877

    KAM

    Berka

    Movsha

    POR74

    1877

    KAM

    Leiba

     

    POR74

    KAM

    Yankel, (synagogue)

     

    POR74

    KAM

    Beinus

     

    POR77

    KAM

    Morduh

     

    POR86

    KAM

    Haim

    ng

    POR74,77

    KANTOROVICH

    Yosel

    Itsko

    POR74,77,86

    KANTOROVICH

    Leiba

    Shai

    POR74,77

    KANTOROVICH

    Aron

     

    POR86

    KANTOROVICH

    Yosel

    Haim

    POR86

    KANTOROVICH

    Shlioma

     

    POR86

    KAPEL

    Itska

     

    POR86

    KAPLAN

    Abram

    Itsko

    POR74,77,86

    KAPLAN

    Anshel Israel

     

    POR74,77,86

    KAPLAN

    Faivel

     

    POR86

    KAPLAN

    Leiba

     

    POR86

    KAPLAN

    Leiba

    Rubin

    POR86

    KAPLAN

    Meer Leiba

     

    POR74

    KAPLAN

    Morduh, (prayer school)

    Kalman

    POR74

    KAPLAN

    Nevah

    Leizer

    POR74,77

    KAPLAN

    Vulf

     

    POR86

    KAPUSTA

    Aron

     

    POR77,86

    KAVETSKYI

     

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    KERBEL

    Gershon

    Zimel

    POR74

    KERBEL

    Leizer

    Yankel

    POR74

    KERBEL

    Movsha

    Morduh

    POR74

    KERBEL

    Yankel

    Abram

    POR74,77

    KERBEL

    Meer

     

    POR98

    KESLER

    Ezra

     

    POR86

    KIRHEL (KURHIN)

    Dovid

    Movsha

    POR74

    1877

    1886

    KIRHEL (KURHIN)

    Movsha

    Berka

    POR74,77

    KIRSHEL

    Vasilyi

    ng

    POR74

    KLETSKYI

    Abram

     

    POR77

    KLETSKYI

    Meer

     

    POR77

    KOFMAN (KAUFMAN)

    Aizik (house of Lyakhovichi community)

    Shlyoma

    POR74

    KOKTYSH

    Pavel

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    KOKTYSH

    Stepan

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    KOLYHAY

    Efroim

     

    POR77

    KOPYLSKII

    Yankel

    ng

    POR74

    KOPYLYANSKYI

    Itsko

     

    POR77

    KOTLER

    Nevah

    Sholom

    POR86

    KRAMNIK

    Nison

     

    POR74

    KRASELSCHIK

    Yosel

     

    POR86

    KRIGER

    Ellya

     

    POR77,86

    KUKHTITS

    Abram

     

    POR74

    KUNITSA

    Yankel- Vigdor

    Berka

    POR74

    1877

    1886

    KUNTSEVICH

    Anton

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    KUNTSEVITSKYI

    Girsh

     

    POR86

    KUNTSEVITSKYI

    Girsh

     

    POR86

    KURHIN

    Vulf-Yosel

    Movsha

    POR86

    KUZNETS

    Berka

    Shai

    POR86

    KUZNETS

    Movsha Girsh

     

    POR77,86

    LEV

    Abram (public bath)

    Zalman

    POR74

    1877

    1886

    LEV

    Beniamin

    Mikhel

    POR74

    1877

    1886

    LEV

    Mikhel

    Beniamin

    POR74,77,86

    LEV

    Movsha

    Abram

    POR74,77,86

    LEV

    Shimshel

    Shaiko

    POR74,77

    LEV

    Leiva

     

    POR74,77,86

    LEV

    Berka

     

    POR86

    LEV

    Nevah

     

    POR86

    LEV

    Srol

    Leiba

    POR86

    LEVIN

    Shai (prayer house)

    Dovid

    POR74

    LEVIN

    Nahmon

     

    POR86

    LEVINOVA

    Frumka, daughter of

    Zimel

    POR74

    LIPKES

    Nahmon

     

    POR74,77,86

    LIPKES

    Shevel

     

    POR77

    LIPKES

    Berka

     

    POR86

    LIPKUS

    Shevel

     

    POR74

    LIS

    Gershen

     

    POR86

    LIS

    Faivel

     

    POR86

    LITOVSKYI

    Nevah

    Yankel

    POR74,77,86

    LIVSHITS

    Govsey

     

    POR74,77,86

    LIVSHITS

    Sender

     

    POR74,77

    LOIKOVA

    Anna

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    LOPUH

    Boruch

    Yankel

    POR74

    LOS

    Aron

    Girsh

    POR74,77?,86?

    LOS

    Yosel

    Leiba

    POR74,77

    LOS

    Morduch

    Aron

    POR74,77,86

    LOS

    Ellya

     

    POR77,86

    LOS

    Abram

     

    POR86

    LOS

    Benyamin

     

    POR86

    LUKASHEVICH

    Stepan

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    LYAHOVITSKAYA

    Tsira

     

    POR86

    LYAKHOVITSKYI

    Movsha

     

    POR77

    LYUBOSHITS

    Meer

     

    POR77

    MAKOSEY (MUKOSEY)

    Girsh

    Yosel

    POR74,77?,86?

    MALOVITSKIY

    Afroim

    Yankel

    POR74

    MALOVITSKIY

    Faivel

    Osher

    POR74

    MALOVITSKIY

    Itska

    Girsh

    POR74

    MALOVITSKIY

    Leiba

    Yankel

    POR74

    MALOVITSKIY

    Mikhel

    ng

    POR74,77?,86?

    MALOVITSKYI

    Mikhel

     

    POR74,77?,86?

    MALOVITSKIY

    Yankel

    Itsko

    POR74

    MALOVITSKIY

    Yosel

    Shlyoma

    POR74

    MALOVITSKYI

    Nevah

     

    POR74,77,86

    MANDEL

    Shmuila

    Srol

    POR74,77

    MARGOLIN

    Evzer

     

    POR86

    MAS (MAYAS)

    Girsh- Abram

    Yosel

    POR74,77,86

    MATSKEVICH

     

    Pavel

    POR74

    MAZYA

    Abram

    Sholom

    POR74,77

    MAYASA

    Osher

    Aizik

    POR74

    MAZYA

    Aron

     

    POR86

    MAZYA

    Srol

     

    POR86

    MEDRES

    Girsh

     

    POR74,77,86

    MEKHANIK

    Nevah

     

    POR74

    MELETSKAYA

    Sora, daughter of

    Haim

    POR74

    MENAKER

    Meilah (public house)

    Peisah

    POR74

    MILETSKYI

    Osher

    Rubin

    POR74,77,86

    MILETSKYI

    Gdal

     

    POR86

    MILNER

    Menahim

     

    POR86

    MINKOVICH (MENKOVICH)

    Meer

    Leiba

    POR74,86

    missing

    …Yankel

    Girsh

    POR74

    missing

    …Govsey

    Isser

    POR77

    MODRES (MEDRES)

    Shmuila

    Notka

    POR74,77

    MOLOVITSKIY

    Aron

    Morduch

    POR74

    MUKASEY

    Girsh

    Abel

    POR74,77?,86?

    MUKASEY

    Abram

     

    POR74,77,86

    MUKASEY

    Evel

     

    POR86

    MUKASEY

    Haim

     

    POR86

    MUKASEY-VEINGER

    Nevah

     

    POR86

    MULYAR

    Girsh

    Zalman

    POR74

    MUZYKANT

    Morduch

    Shlyoma

    POR74,77,86

    MUZYKANT

    Nison

     

    POR86

    MYSHKOVSKYI

    Zelik

     

    POR77,86

    MYSHKOVSKYI

    Morduh

     

    POR74,77,86

    MYSHKOVSKYI

    Srol

     

    POR74,77,86

    MYSHKOVSKYI

    Girsh

     

    POR86

    MYSLOBOZHSKIY

    Zavel Srol

    Yosel

    POR74,77

    MYSLOBOZHSKIY

    Meer

    Benis

    POR74,86

    MYSONDZHYN

    Simha

     

    POR86

    MENAKER

    Meer

     

    POR86

    MENAKER

    Meilah

     

    POR86

    MOLCHADSKYI

    Gershon

     

    POR86

    MOLCHADSKYI

    Girsha

     

    POR86

    NAIMAN

    Ellya

    Leiba

    POR74

    NAIMON

    Sholom

     

    POR77,86

    NEMON

    Haim

     

    POR86

    NESVIZHSKIY

    Nevah

     

    POR74

    NOTOVICH?

    Berka

    Nota?

    POR86

    NOVOMYSHSKYI

    Movsha

     

    POR86

    OLHA

    Edida

    Shmuila

    POR74,77

    OLHA

    Itska

    Shmuila

    POR74,77,86

    OLHA

    Movsha

    Shmuila

    POR74,77

    OLHA

    Abram

     

    POR86

    OLHA

    Abram Meer

    Yosel

    POR86

    OLINA (ELINA)

    Nevah

     

    POR86

    OREMAN

    Shmuila, (public house)

    Shlyoma

    POR74

    PAHMELITSKYI

    Girsh

     

    POR86

    PARAGOTSKYI

     

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    PARAHOVNIK

    Yankel

     

    POR86

    PEKAR

    Shmuila

    Leizer

    POR74

    PIKELIK

    Elya

     

    POR86

    PILNIK

    Yudel son of

    Leiba

    POR74

    PILNIK

    Movsha

     

    POR86

    PINCHUK

    Eliya (public house)

    Faivel

    POR74

    PINCHUK

    Vulf

     

    POR86

    PINSKAYA

    Sorka

     

    POR77

    PINSKAYA

    Braina

     

    POR86

    PINSKYI

    Gershen

     

    POR86

    POKER (PAKER)

    Faivel

    ng

    POR74,98

    PORTNOY

    Yosel

    Yankel

    POR74

    PORTNOY

    Itska

    Zalman

    POR74

    PROTES

    Aron

     

    POR86

    RABINOVICH

    Mikhel (synagogue)

    ng

    POR74,77

    RABINOVICH

    Shimen

     

    POR77,86

    RABINOVICH

    Haim

     

    POR86

    RABINOVICH (ALSO GAVZA)

    Shai

    Moskov

    POR74

    RABINOVICH OR GAVZA

    Yankel- Leiba

    Shai

    POR74,77,86

    RAFALOVICH

    Iosif

     

    POR77

    RATNER

    Nevah

     

    POR86

    REZNIK

    Mikhel

    ng

    POR74

    REZNIK

    Nevah

     

    POR74,77,86

    REZNIK

    Yankel Dovid

     

    POR86

    RIKLIN

    Tsodok

     

    POR86

    RIMER (RISHER)

    Noson

     

    POR86

    RIVKIN

    Yankel

     

    POR86

    RODOVSKYI

    Haikel

     

    POR77

    ROMANOVICH

    Faddey

     

    POR74

    ROMANOVSKYI

    Beniamin

    Haim

    POR74,77,86

    ROSHES

    Berka

    Zavel

    POR74,77,86

    RYMAR

    Shai

    Morduh

    POR74

    RYMAR

    Shai

     

    POR74,77

    RYMAR

    Shmuila

    Aizik

    POR74,77,86

    SAFAREVICH

    Alka

    Ng (Tatar)

    POR74

    SEGALOVICH (SIGALOVICH)

    Yankel

     

    POR86

    SEIFER

    Morduch Leiba

     

    POR74,77

    SEIFER

    Aron

     

    POR77

    SEIFER

    Motya

     

    POR86

    SELETSKYI

    Yosel Shlyoma

     

    POR74

    SHAPIRA

    Meer

    Shlyoma

    POR74

    SHAPIRA

    Nison

     

    POR86

    SHAPOTNITSKIY (SOPOTNITSKYI)

    Ovsey

    Itsko

    POR74,86

    SHEIFER(SEIFER)

    Leiba

    Yankel

    POR74

    SHELYUTSKIY

    Zelik

    ng

    POR74

    SHERESHEVSKAYA

    Malka

     

    POR77

    SHERESHOVSKYI

    Amnon

    Itsko

    POR74

    SHERSHEVSKIY (SHERESHEVSKIY)

    Vigdor (Jewish hospital)

    Morduh

    POR74

    SHIMSHEL,

    Zayets son of

    Leiba

    POR74

    SHKOLNIK

    Menahim, (public house)

    Girsh- Leiba

    POR74,86

    SHKOLNIK

    Peisah (house of Lyakhovichi community)

    Leiba

    POR74

    SHKOLNIK

    Movsha Morduh

     

    POR74,77

    SHMID

    Abram

     

    POR77

    SHMID

    Vulf

    Itska

    POR86

    SHMIDT

    Itsko

    Berko

    POR74,77

    SHORNIK

    Yudel

     

    POR77

    SHPAKOVSKIY

    Mikhail

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    SHRAGOVICH

    Gertsel

     

    POR86

    SHTEINBERG

    Leiba

    Abram

    POR74

    SHUSTER

    Abram

    ng

    POR74, 86?

    SHUSTER

    Abram (cemetery)

    Elya

    POR74, 86?

    SHUSTER

    Abram

     

    POR74, 86?

    SHUSTER

    Vulf

    Yudel

    POR74,77,86

    SHUSTER

    Itska

     

    POR74

    SHUSTER

    Itska

    Gershon

    POR74,77,86

    SHUSTER

    Movsha

    Meer

    POR74,77?

    SHUSTER

    Movsha

    Yankel

    POR74,77?

    SHUSTER

    Abram

    Shakhna]

    POR74,77

    SHUSTER

    Sender

     

    POR77

    SHUSTER

    Berka

     

    POR86

    SHUSTER

    Morduh

     

    POR86

    SHUSTER

    Sender and Abram

     

    POR86

    SIPAYLO

    Pavel

    ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    SIRKIN

    Mikhel

     

    POR86

    SLUCHAK

    Itsko

     

    POR74

    SLUCHAK

    Mikhel

     

    POR74,77,86

    SMOLNITSKYI

    Abram

     

    POR86

    SNOVSKAYA

    Paya

     

    POR86

    SNOVSKII

    Haim

     

    POR74

    SNOVSKYI

    Haim

     

    POR86

    SOSIN

    Abram,

    Movsha

    POR74,77,86

    STOLYAR

    Shlyoma Yosel

     

    POR77

    STVOLOVITSKYI

    Abram

     

    POR77

    STVOLOVITSKYI

    Leiba

     

    POR77

    STVOLOVITSKYI

    Yankel

     

    POR77

    STYKUT

    Ignatiy

     

    POR74

    STYKUT

    Mikhail

     

    POR74

    STYKUT

    Stanislav

     

    POR74

    SUBOTNIK

    Abram

    Zundel

    POR74

    TALMINOVITSKYI

    Osher

     

    POR86

    TSEHANOVICH

    Sholom

     

    POR77

    TSEHANOVICH

    Sholom

     

    POR86

    TSEITLIN

    Movsha

     

    POR86

    TSERESHKO

    Mikhael

    Ng (Orthodox)

    POR74

    TSERLIN (TSIRLES)

    Tsotik

    Zelik

    POR74,86

    TSESHLYA

    Gershen

     

    POR77

    TSESHLYA

    Yankel

     

    POR77

    TSIRLES

    Leiba and Kam Berka

     

    POR86

    TSIRLES

    Peisah

     

    POR86

    TSUKERMAN

    Yosel

     

    POR86

    TSUKERMAN

    Haim

     

    POR86

    TUKACHINSKAYA

    Hasya Leya

    ng

    POR74,77,86

    TUKACHINSKYI

    Shevel

    Morduh

    POR74,77

    TUKACHINSKYI

    Morduh

     

    POR86

    TUKACHINSKYI

    Nehemiya

     

    POR86

    TYOMCHIN

    Dovid

     

    POR77

    VAINER

    Efroim

     

    POR86

    VAINSHTEIN

    Movsha

     

    POR86

    VARMALYASH (VARSHALYASH)

    Girsh and Movsha (single entry, with Girsh listed first - webmaster)

     

    PropOwners Reg 1886 1895

    VARMALYASH (VARSHALYASH)

    Movsha and Girsh (single entry, with Girsh listed first - webmaster)

     

    POR86,95

    VARSHAL

    Haim

    Yohel

    POR74,77,95

    VEINGER

    Yudel

     

    POR86

    VEINGER(VENGER)

    Abram

     

    POR74

    1877

    VEINGER(VENGER)

    Nevah

     

    POR74,77,86

    VENGER

    Aron

    Shimshel

    POR74

    VENGER

    Leizer

    Meer

    POR74,77,86

    VENGER

    Meer

    Girsh

    POR74,77?

    VENGER

    Meer (public house)

    Leizer (

    POR74,77?

    VENGER

    Mikhel

    Meer

    POR74,77,86

    VINIKOV

    Shimen

     

    POR77,86

    VINOGRAD

    Leiba

    Shmuila

    POR74,77

    VINOGRAD

    Leizer

    Abram

    POR74

    VINOGRAD

    Movsha

    Itsko

    POR74,77?,86?

    1877? 1886?

    VINOGRAD

    Faivel

     

    POR74

    VINOGRAD

    Berka

     

    POR86

    VOLKHOVITSKY [ not in original record see researcher note]

    …Velvel

     

    POR74

    VOLKOVITSKYI

    Volf

    Movsha

    POR74

    VOLKOVYSKAYA

    Rohlya

     

    POR86

    VOLOHVYANSKYI

    Evel

    Haim

    POR74,77

    VOLOHVYANSKYI

    Leiba

    Menya

    POR74

    VOLOHVYANSKYI

    Iser

     

    POR74,77

    VULFSON

    Dovid

     

    POR86

    ZABELINSKYI

    Movsha

     

    POR98

    ZAYATS

    Gilel

     

    POR86

    ZAYCHIK

    Rubin

     

    POR86

    ZAYETS

    Morduh

     

    POR77,86

    ZHMUIDSYAK

    Evel

    Abram

    POR74,77?86?

    ZHMUIDSYAK

    Leiba

    Abram

    POR74

    ZHMUIDSYAK

    Haim

    Morduch

    POR74,77,86

    ZHMUIDSYAK

    Shlioma- Berka

    Abram

    POR74,77

    1877

    ZITLER (ZATLER)

    Berka

    Morduh

    POR86

    ZMUDSYAK

    Faivel

    Aron

    POR74,77