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Russian Tax Lists in Lyakhovichi:
Searching for Genealogical Data in The Lyakhovichi Tax Lists of 1883-1884


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There are, so far, five pages providing or analyzing the data in the 1883-1884 Tax Lists of Lyakhovichi. Please see the link box on the first of the pages
A New Look at the 1883 and 1884 Tax Lists



Russian Tax Stamp 1870s        
Russian Tax Stamps of the 1870s


Taxpayers appearing with Brothers, Sons, and Relatives, in The Lyakhovichi Tax Lists of 1883-1884

by Deborah Glassman, copyright 2008

On the earlier of our Russian Tax List pages, I mentioned how in April 2008, I reexamined all of the long-standing materials on the website including the Tax Lists of 1883-1884. I found that the ordering number was significant in that it mirrored the sequence of families enumerated in the 1850 Revision List for the first 250 families in the list, and that while many families reported in 1850 did not appear as taxpayers in 1884, there were none in that first 250 names that had not previously appeared in the Revision List in that order.

I also learned that the order in which the taxpayers of 1883-1884 were listed reflected their relationships among their family members. The first person listed in a family group was the head of family, and was then followed by sons or brothers or other people who shared a relationship with a party in the connected family of the 1850 Revision List. Unlike when we looked at an alphabetical list - we now had a way of telling whether Leib Yankelev SomethingorOther was the father or son of Yankel Leibov SomethingorOTher. The 250 families that meshed with the 1850 Revision List was a wonderful opportunity to see the patterns in action, to learn if a name pattern always occurred in a particular way or just occassionally. The name patterns of" "head of family followed by his son or his brothers" remained the same. We then had a second tool that could be used to create the list on this page - a table that would detail all of those who were recorded with recognizable near-family members in sequential order in the tax list.

Who Appears on this List?
People who owned taxable property, who have an entry as a regular taxpayer in 1884 (not exclusively as a Deputy or Elector), and who are reported with a same-surname party immediately sequentially to their listing in the 1884 Tax List. With a few rare excptions, we do not yet have a way of identifying those whose adjacent party is a son-in-law, father-in-law, or brother-in-law.

There are 165 people who are "Heads of Families" from whom the relationship to others in the family are drawn. There are more than 400 people who can be newly identified in this table. Fathers of taxpayers are not counted towards this tally unless they themselves are taxpayers in 1883-1884 - this is not a list of patronyms.

1884 Ruble
The 1884 Ruble, the unit of money in which taxes were paid


Taxpayers reported with
Sons and Siblings 1884


Taxpayers

Relationship

#2 VINOGROD, Lemko Leibov  appears with his brother #3 ViNOGROD, Moshe Leibov

brother

#4 KAPLAN, Shmuilo Leibov appears with his brother #5 KAPLAN, Nakhman Leibov

brother

#7 MANDEL, Shmuilo Srolev appears with his son #8 MANDEL, Yankel Shmuilov

son

#10 MUKOSEY, Abram Leibov appears with his brother  #11 MUKOSEY, Zimel Leibov

brother

#12 VEINGER, Abram Shimshelev appears with his uncle #14 VEINGER, Meyer Leizerov and with his uncle’s sons #15 VEINGER, Leiba Meyerov, #16 VEINGER, Yankel Meyerov, #17 VEINGER, Michael Meyerov (as determined by comparison to 1850RL)

uncle and cousins

#13 BERKOVICH, Shaya b Shimshel appears with his uncle #18 BERKOVICH, Boruch Shlomov and his uncle’s son #19 BERKOVICH, Girsh Boruchov (as determined by comparison to 1850RL)

uncle and cousin

#21 EPSTEIN, Nekheshya Davidov appears with his son #22 EPSTEIN, Mordukh Nekheshya

son

#25 MALOVITSKY, Nevakh Itskov appears with his son #26 MALOVITSKY, Girsh Nevakhov

son

# 27 EPSTEIN, Abram Moshov appears with his uncle #28 EPSTEIN, Meyer Berkov (as determined by comparison to 1850RL)

uncle

The Brevda families of #29-#35 have not yet been untangled  

relatives

#36 KAM, Aron Nisinov appears with #37 KAM,  Berko Shayev and Berko’s son #38 KAM,  Govsey Berkovich. There is no clear relationship between Aron and Berko that can be determined from the 1850 RL

?

#40 LIPKES, Nakhman Girshov  appears with his sons #41 LIPKES, Notka Nakhmanov and #42 LIPKES, Berko Nakhmanov

sons

#43 BERKOVICH, Govsey Khaimov appears with his son #44 BERKOVICH, Movsha Govseyev

son

#45 BUSEL, Meyer Fayvelev appears with his paternal first cousin #46 BUSEL, Morduch Abramov and Morduch’s son #47 BUSEL, Litman Morduchov (as determined by comparison to 1850R where the fathers of Meyer and Morduch are shown to be brothers)

Cousin and cousin’s son

#52 KANTAROVICH, Yosel Itskavich appears with his son #53 KANTAROVICH, Shlioma Yoselev

son

#56 RUBINCHIK – Itsko b Yankelev appears with his son #57 RUBINCHIK – Abel b Itsko

son

#58 BUDOVLYA , Zelik Mordukhov  appears with his paternal first cousin #59 BUDOVLYA , Volf Khaimov (as determined by comparison to 1850RL)

cousin

#61 VINOGRAD, Faivel Mordukhov appears with his brother #62 VINOGRAD, Moshe Mordukhov and with Faivel’s own sons #63 VINOGRAD, Srol Faivelev and #64 VINOGRAD, Shlomo Faivelev and
#65 VINOGRAD, Ekheil Faivelev and Faivel’s brother’s son #66 VINOGRAD, Berko Movshev

Brother, sons, nephew

#69 FAINSHTEIN, Movsha Zishkov,  appears with the son of a relative #70 FAINSHTEIN, Nokhim Itskov (as determined by comparison to 1850RL which places the father of Nokhim  in the family but does not specify his relationship))

relative

#71 SHKOLNIK, Menka Girshov appears with his brother #72 SHKOLNIK, Shmuilo Girshov

brother

#73 KHVEDYUK, Morduch Movshov appears with his relative #74 KHVEDYUK, Volf Meyerov and Vulf’s son #75 KHVEDYUK, Berko Vulfov (as determined by comparison to 1850RL which places the father of Nokhim  in the family but does not specify his relationship))

Relative and that relative’s son

#79 BREVDA,  Zimel b Zelik appears with a [brother-in-law?] #80 BREVDA , Shimshel b Dovid and with [the son of his father-in-law?]  #81 KERBEL, Leizer Yankelev (as determined by comparison to 1850RL which places Zimel and Shimshel in the household of the Kerbels but does not specify their relationship)

Fellow son-in-law and wife’s brother

#83 SHESTAK,  Berko Mordukhov appears with his sons #84 SHESTAK,  Shlioma Berkov and #85 SHESTAK,  Yudel Berkov

sons

#88 BUDOVLYA Yankel Eveliev appears with his son #89 BUDOVLYA Shmuilo Yankelev

son

#91 GOLDBERG, Leizer Borukhov appears with his relative #92 GLEZER, Ellya Zusmanov. (as determined by comparison to 1850RL which places the fathers of both men in this household but does not specify their relationship)

relative

#93 KERBEL, Shmuilo Movshov appears with his son #94 KERBEL, Girsh Shliomov

son

#95 VEINGER, Yudel Senderov appears with his son #96 VEINGER, Abram Yudelev and with his [uncle?] #97 KARABEINIK, Donya Davidov (as determined by comparison to 1850RL which places Don b David in the household but does not state his relationship to the head)

Son, uncle?

#98 LIS Feivel Nevakhov appears with his brothers #99 LIS Gershon Nevakhov and #100 LIS Morduch Nevakhov

brothers

#104 AGINSKY, Zalmon Mordukhov appears with his son #105 AGINSKY, Itsko Zalmonov

son

#106 LEV, Mikhel Binyaminov appears with his sons
#107LEV, Binyamin Mikhelev and #108 LEV, Berko Mikhelev

sons

#109 KHET, Volf Yoselev appears with his son #110KHAET,Shmuilo Vulfov

son

#111VEINGER Mikhel Movshov and his paternal first cousins #112 VEINGER Girsh Khaimov and
#113 VEINGER, Leizer Meyerov (as determined by comparison to 1850RL which lists all of their fathers as brothers)

Paternal first cousins

#114 GAVZA, Shlioma Feivelev and his paternal first cousin #115 GAVZA, Geshel Berkov (as determined by comparison to 1850RL which lists their fathers as brothers)

Paternal first cousins

#118 BERKOVICH,  Vulf Abramov appears with his son #119 BERKOVICH, Shevel  Vulfov and with his brother #120 BERKOVICH, Gavrilo Abramov

Son and brother

#123 BUSEL, Mikhel Yoselev appears with his son
#124 BUSEL, Yosel Mikhelev

son

#125 ZAETS, Mordukh Leibov appears with his son
#126 ZAETS, Leiba Itskov

son

#128 BEDER Girsh Notovich appears with his brothers #129 BEDER  Shmuilo Notovich and #130 BEDER Boruch Notovich

brothers

#132 EPSHTEIN, Abram Movshov appears with his brother #136 EPSHTEIN Mendel Movshovich   

brother

#134 BUSEL, Movsha Anshelov appears with his son #135 BUSEL Abram Movshov

son

#137 RUBINCHIK, Shmuilo Abramov appears with his brother #138 RUBINCHIK, Motel Abramov

brother

139 KURKHIN,  Movsha Abramov appears with his brother #140 KURKHIN, Girsh Abramov

brother

#143 GEIZENBLOZEN, Mikhel Itskov appears with his brother #144 GEIZENBLOZEN, Shmuilo Itskov and their paternal first cousin #145 GEIZENBLOZEN,, Zelik Itskov and their paternal first cousin #146 GEIZENBLOZEN, Aron Leibovich and with their uncle (husband to their father’s sister)
#147 BREVDA, Berko Lemkovich (as determined by comparison to 1850RL which lists their fathers as brothers)

 

#148 ARONCHIK, Mordukh Movshovich appears with his brothers (#149 ARONCHIK,  Leizer Movshovich and #150 ARONCHIK, Yosel Movshovich) and with  a relative whose relationship is not established (#151 ARONCHIK, Naftul Leizerovich) and with that relative’s son  (#152 ARONCHIK, Leizer Naftulev) (as determined by comparison to 1850RL)

Brothers, relative, relative’s son

#153 SAK, Abram Yoselev appears with his son
#154 SAK, Nevah Abramov

son

#155 GLEZER, Beinus Abramov appears with his  brother #156 GLEZER, Mikhel Abramov and with Beinus’ sons #160 GLEZER, Khaim  Beinusov
#161 GLEZER,  Abram Beinusov

Brother and sons

#157 VOLOKVYANSKY Itsko Movshov  appears with his  brothers #158 VOLOKVYANSKY Evel Movshov and #159 VOLOKVYANSKY Borukh  Movshov

brothers

#162 SHUSTER, Mordukh Gershenov appears with his brother #163 SHUSTER Itsko Gershenov

brothers

#165 LEV,  Nevakh Shimenev appears with his paternal first cousins who appear to be brothers to each other #166 LEV,  Leiba Yoselev and #167 LEV, Shevel Yoselev (as determined by comparison to 1850RL where their fathers are reported as brothers)

Paternal first cousins

#170 MUZYKANT, Mordukh Shlomiov appears with his son #171 MUZYKANT, Meyer Mordukhov and with his brother #172 MUZYKANT, Nison Shlomiov. He also appears with  his relative #173 EPSHTEIN, Shlioma Movshov and that man’s son #174 EPSHTEIN, Movsha Shliomov.  (as determined by comparison to 1850RLwhere Shlioma Moshov was reported in the same household but using the surname GAM, relationship undetermined)

Brother, relative, relative’s son

#175 VARSHAL, Girsh Khaimov appears with his brother #176 VARSHAL, Movsha Khaimov

brother

#181 SHTEIN, Evkhnon Kasrielev  appears with his paternal first cousin #182 SHTEIN,  Matys Davidov (as determined by comparison to 1850RL where their fathers appear as brothers)

Paternal first cousin

#184 FAINSHTEIN, Srol Abramov  appears with his brother #185 FAINSHTEIN, Shmerka Abramov

brother

#187 ELINA Itsko Abramov appears with his brother
#188 ELINA Mordukh Abramov

brother

#191 VOLOKHVYANSKIY Bentsiyan Mordukhov appears with his sons #192 VOLOKHVYANSKIY Itsko Bentsiyanov #193  VOLOKHVYANSKIY Nevakh Bentsiyanov

sons

#195 ELINA Vul'f Movshov appears with his son #196 ELINA Gdalya Vul'fov

son

#197 FALEVICH Meyer Berkov appears with his son
#198 FALEVICH Getsel' Meyerov

son

#200 LOS', Itsko Girshovch appears with his son
(#201 LOS, Shimen Itskov )  and with  his brother
(#202 LOS, Zelik Girshov) and with his brother’s son
(#203 LOS, Berko Girshov ) 

Son, brother, nephew

#199 GOL'DIN Zelik Todresov    is separated from  #205 GOL'DIN, Shmuilo Zelikov    by entries for the Los   family and by a man surnamed      Buttsyn, but Zelik Todresov Goldin appears to be the father of Shmuilo Zelik Goldin        

son

206 ANGILOVICH Mordukh Gertsov appears with his brother #207 ANGILOVICH  Yosel Gertsov

brother

#208 MANDEL'  Shmuilo Yankelev  appears with his son  (#209 MANDEL'  Shimon Shmuilov ) and with his brother (#210 MANDEL'  Binyamin Yankelev) and with his brother’s son #211 MANDEL'  Ekhiel Binyaminov

Son, brother, nephew

213 GAVZA, Rubin Geselev appears with
#214 GAVZA,  Gerts Feivelev. If this is the family  headed by Feivel b Gesel Gavza  in 1850 Revision List (1850 RL household #98) then Gerts Feivelev Gavza appears to be the brother’s son of Rubin Geselev

nephew

#218 GRINBERG Murdukh Nosonov  appears with son #219 GRINBERG Gershon Mordukhov

son

#220 SHUSTER  Movsha  Shmerkov #221 appears with brother SHUSTER David Shmerkov

brother

#223  BUDOVLYA  Ellya Khaimov #224 BUDOVLYA Evel Shmuilov

Relatives in same household

#227  NOTES Azriel Movshov  appears with son #228 NOTES Govsey Movshov

son

#230 LEV, Abram Girshov appears with brother
#231 LEV, Yankel Girshov

brother

#232 BREZINA, Girsh Movshev  appears with his brother’s sons (#233 BREZINA, Mikhel Leizerov and
#234  BREZINA, Shlioma Leizerov and  #236 BREZINA , Ekhiel Leizerov) and also with his nephew’s son #235 BREZINA, Yankel Shliomov  (who is son of  #234  BREZINA, Shlioma Leizerov). based on comparison to this family in 1850RL _Medvedichi family #3)

Nephews and great-nephew

#237 KAPLAN, Sholom Movshov  appears with his son (#238 KAPLAN , Abram Sholomov ) and with his uncle (#239 KAPLAN, Dovid Rubinov ) and with his uncle’s sons (#240 KAPLAN, Abram Dovidov and
#241 KAPLAN, Sholom Dovydov) and with his uncle
(#242 KAPLAN, Vulf Rubinov) and with his uncle’s sons  (#243 KAPLAN , Rubin Vulfov  and
#244 KAPLAN , Abram Vulfov ), (based on comparison to this family in 1850RL _Medvedichi family #5)

Son, uncles, nephews, undetermined relative

#245 KAPLAN, Leiba Yudelev #246 appears with sons  KAPLAN, Girshen Leibov and #247 KAPLAN, Movsha Leibov. (May have been part of  family in 1850RL _Medvedichi family #6)

sons

#248 BUSEL, Nevakh Movshov appears with his brothers (#249 BUSEL,  Srol Movshovich and
#250 BUSEL,  Yankel Movshov  and #251 BUSEL,  Gershen Movshov  and #252 BUSEL,   Abram Movshov ) and his brother’s son (#253 BUSEL  Adel Srolev ) and his brother’s grandsons (#254BUSEL  Nevakh Adelev #255 BUSEL  Itsko Adelev). This is the same family in 1850RL _Medvedichi family #7)

Brothers, nephew, great-nephews

#256 KURKHIN, David Movshov appears with his sons #257 KURKHIN, Yosel'  Davydov and #258 KURKHIL, Faivel' Davydov

sons

#269 MALOVITSKIY Girsh Yankelev  appears with his son #270 MALOVITSKIY Yankel' Girshov

son

#277 GAM Zal'mon Govseev appears with his sons #278 GAM Yosel' Zal'monov and# 279 GAM Yankel' Zal'monov and #280 GAM Meyer Zal'monov

sons

#283 ALYANDA Girsh Movshov appears with his son #284 ALYANDA Nisin Girshov

son

#295 BREVDA Khaim Sholomov appears with his sons #296 BREVDA Leiba-Yosel' Khaimov and 297 BREVDA Girsh Khaimov

sons

298 NEMON Khaim Ellev appears with his son  #299 NEMON Yosel' Khaimov

son

303 BUSEL' Aizik Abramov appears with his brother #304 BUSEL' Srol' Abramov

brother

305 EPSHTEIN Mikhel' Dovidov appears with his son # 306 EPSHTEIN Dovid Mikhelev and with a relative not identified #307 EPSHTEIN Gesel' Movshov

Son and relative

#311 CHARNY Meyer Yoselev appears with his sons # 312 CHARNY Berko Meyerov and #313 CHARNY Rubin Meyerov

sons

#314 BURSHTEIN Dovid Mordukhov appears with his brother #315 BURSHTEIN Yudel' Mordukhov

brother

#318 MUKASEY Leiba Mendelev appears with his son #319 MUKASEY Mendel' Leibov

son

#326 ANGILOVICH Nevakh Yankelev appears with his brother #327 ANGILOVICH Mordukh Yankelev

brother

#329 BUDOVLYA Shmuilo Yankelev  appears with his brother #330 BUDOVLYA Evel' Yankelev

brother

#332 LOS' Khaim Aronov appears with his brother #333 LOS' Abel' Aronov

brother

#336 KHVEDYUK Leiba Girshov appears with his brothers #337 KHVEDYUK Vul'f Girshov and #338 KHVEDYUK Ekhiel' Girshov

brothers

#339 BREVDA  Zysel' Shimshelev appears with his son #340 BREVDA  Movsha Zyselev

son

#346 KAPLAN Shmuilo Rafailov appears with his brother #347 KAPLAN Yankel' Rafailov

brother

#350 VOLOKHVYANSKIY Itsko Shliomov appears with his son #351 VOLOKHVYANSKIY Shlioma Mordukhov

son

352 SLICHAK Yosel' Shmuklov appears with his son #353 SLICHAK Shmuilo Yoselev

son

366 LEV Abram Mordukhov appears with unidentified relative #370 LEV Yosel' Shliomov

relative

376 EPSHTEIN Mordukh Meyerov appears with his brother #377 EPSHTEIN Nevakh Meyerov

brother

381 BERKOVICH Isser Berkov appears with unidentified relative #382 BERKOVICH Gavriilo Leibov

relative

383 BUSEL' Yosel' Faivelev appears with unidentified relative #384 BUSEL' Meyer Nisinov

relative

388 MYSHKIND Yankel' Mordukhov appears with son #389 MYSHKIND Mordukh Yankelev

son

391 BERKOVICH Zal'mon Berkov appears with brother #392 BERKOVICH Srol' Berkov

brother

400 VOLOKHVYANSKIY Ellya Movshov appears with brother #403 VOLOKHVYANSKIY Girsh Movshov

brother

404 GAVZA Shaya Leibovich appears with son #405 GAVZA Shmuilo Shayev

son

406 SHESTAK Dovid Berkov appears with brother #407 SHESTAK Movsha Berkov

brother

409 BUSEL' Leizer Nokhumov appears with son #410 BUSEL' Sender Leizerov

son

420 SHESTAKOVSKIY Mendel' Faivelev appears with sons #421 SHESTAKOVSKIY Aizik Mendelev and #422 SHESTAKOVSKIY Abram Mendelev

sons

423 VEINGER Kasriel' Meyerov appears with son #424 VEINGER Shlioma Kasrielev

son

426 SLUCHAK Mikhel' Yudelev appears with brother #427 SLUCHAK Abram Yudelev

brother

429 VEINGER Leizer Shakhnov appears with son #430 VEINGER Evel' Leizerov

son

439 SHUSTER Khaim Yudelev appears with brothers # 440 SHUSTER Vul'f Yudelev and #441 SHUSTER Itsko Yudelev

brothers

442 FALEVICH Abram Zelikov appears with brothers #443 FALEVICH Mendel' Zelikov and #445 FALEVICH Shakhna Zelikov

brothers

446 ELINA Mordukh Gershenov appears with unidentified relative (#447 ELINA Leiba Abramov) and that relative’s son #448 ELINA Vul'f Leibov

Relative, relative’s son

457 AGINSKIY Aron Leibov  appears with brother #458 AGINSKIY Shlioma Leibov

brother

464 BUDOVLYA Aron Vul'fov appears with son #465 BUDOVLYA Vul'f Aronov

son

468 GAM Vul'f Shlemov appears with son #469 GAM Shlioma Vul'fov

son

471 SHUSTERMAN Khaim Aranov appears with son #472 SHUSTERMAN Srol' Khaimov

son

474 TSYRLES Leiba Nisinov  appears with son #475 TSYRLES Yankel' Leibov

son

479 BREVDA Lemko Aizikov appears with son #480 BREVDA Abram Lemkov

son

499 KERBEL' Shimen' Mordukhov appears with sons #500 KERBEL' Srol' Shimenov and #501 KERBEL' Girsh Simenov

sons

504 KHAROSH Gershon Berkov appears with son #505 KHOROZH Nokhum Gershenov

son

507 LOS' Leiba Mordukhov appears with brother #508 LOS' Nevakh Mordukhov

brother

510 VEINGER Leizer Meyerov appears with sons #511 VEINGER Shakhna Leizerov and #512 VEINGER Mordukh Leizerov

sons

513 KHVEDYUK Movsha Leibov appears with son #514 KHVEDYUK Girsh Movshov

brother

518 BUSEL' Yankel' Shliomov appears with brother #519 BUSEL' Nevakh Shliomov and also with son #519 BUSEL' Srol' Yankelev

Brother and son

522 VINIKOV Kal'mon Shimenov appears with brother #523 VINIKOV Srol' Shimenov

brother

524 MANDEL' Mikhel' Yankelev appears with son #525 MANDEL' Dovid Mikhelev

son

527 ANGILOVICH Movsha Yankelev appears with brother #528 ANGILOVICH Leizer Yankelev

brother

531 VEINGER Nevakh Meyerov appears with unidentified relative #532 VEINGER Itsko Movshov

relative

535 GALAY Abram Shliomov appears with brother #536 GALAY Movsha Shliomov

brother

542 VOLOKHVYANSKIY Evel' Menakhimov appears with son #543 VOLOKHVYANSKIY Menakhim Evelev

son

547 LIFSHITS Sender Shmuilov appears with son #548 LIFSHITS Aron Senderov

son

551 PORTNOY Berko Zimelev appears with son #552 PORTNOY Ellya Berkov

son

558 OL'KHA Shmuilo Mendelev appears with son #559 OL'KHA Manya Shmuilov

son

563 NEMON Yosel' Khaimov appears with son #564 NEMON Leiba Khaimov

son

569 EPSHTEIN Yudel' Itskov appears with son #570 EPSHTEIN Aron Yudelev

son

574 MANDEL' Itsko Shmuilov appears with son #575 MANDEL' Shmuilo Itskov

son

579 ZMUDZYAK Evel' Mordukhov appears with brother #580 ZMUDZYAK Abram Mordukhov

brother

585 SHKOL'NIK Mordukh Girshov appears with sons #586 SHKOL'NIK Dovid Mordukhov and #587 SHKOL'NIK Sholom Mordukhov

sons

590 MYSLOBOZSKIY Movsha Yudelev appears with son #591 MYSLOBOZSKIY Yosel' Movshov

son

595 SLUCHAK Abram Govseev appears with unidentified relative #596 SLUCHAK Shlioma Itskov

relative

609 BUSEL' Mikhel' Mordukhov appears with sons (#610 BUSEL' Matus Mikhelev and #611 BUSEL' Itsko Mikhelev) and brother #612 BUSEL' Aron Mordukhov

Sons and brother

616 KAPLAN Khaim Mikhelev appears with his son #617 KAPLAN Govsey Khaimov and with #618 KAM Aron Berkov and Aron Kam’s brother #619 KAM Yankel' Berkov. (The relation of Aron Berkov Kam and Yankel Berkov Kam to Khaim Kaplan is not determined)

Son, undetermined

620 LUR'E Ekhel' Movshov appears with his brother #621 LUR'E Srol' Ekhelev

brother

625 KAM Khaim Berkov appears with son #626 KAM Yosel' Khaimov

son

627 BERKOVICH Yosel' Vul'fov appears with son #628 BERKOVICH Gavriilo Yoselev

son

644 VINOGRAD Yudel' Zelikov appears with son #645 VINOGRAD Zelik Yudelev

son

647 OL'KHA Edyd'ya Shmuilov appears with brother #648 OL'KHA Itsko Shmuilov

brother

649 SHKOL'NIK Mordukh Peisakhov appears with brother #650 SHKOL'NIK Shlioma Peisakhov

brother

653 MUZYKANT Yankel' Shliomov appears with son #654 MUZYKANT Mordukh Yankelev

son

658 MURKES Matus Nisinov appears with son #659 MURKES Dovid Matusov

son

661 VOLOKHVYANSKIY Evel' Itskovich appears with brother #662 VOLOKHVYANSKIY Ellya Itskovich and unidentified relative #663 VOLOKHVYANSKIY Itsko Shliomov

Brother, relative

665 GANTSEVICH Shlioma Dovidov appears with son #666 GANTSEVICH Dovid Shliomov

son

685 KHARLIN Leiba Srolev appears with son #686 KHARLIN Aizik Leibov

son

688 KAPLAN Meyer Leibov appears with son #689 KAPLAN Shimon Meyerov

son

691 GRABINA Beinus Litmanov appears with his relatives (relationship unknown) the brothers #692 GRABINA Beinus Faivelev and #693 GRABINA Leiba Faivelev

Unidentified relations who are brothers to each other

696 RABINOVICH Yankel' Shayev appears with brother #697 RABINOVICH Shimen' Shayev

brother

709 MENAKER Rubin Peisakhov appears with son #710 MENAKER Khaim Rubinov

son

712 MULOR-PIL'NIK Shmuilo Yoselev  appears with son #711 MUSHER-PIL'NIK Yosel' Faivelev

son

717 MUKASEY Girsh Leizerov appears with son #718 MUKASEY Shmuilo Girshov

son

724 EPSHTEIN Srol' Khaimov appears with bnother#725 EPSHTEIN Zkhar'ya Khaimov and unidentified relative 726 EPSHTEIN Vul'f Shimshelev

Brother and relative

#731 BURSHTEIN Shimen' Azrielev. Shimen’s entry was followed by #732 GALEMBA Shlioma Mordukhov and then by another  Burshtein, relationship not known ( #733 BURSHTEIN Meilakh Yankelev) -  so maybe all three men are kinsmen.

unknown

734 TUKACHINSKIY Mordukh Shevelev appears with brother  #735 TUKACHINSKIY Nekhem'ya Shevelev

brother

740 GELIN Leizer Movshov appears with son #741 GELIN Yosel' Leizerov

son

742 GRINBERG Dovid Govseev appears with sons (#743 GRINBERG Movsha Dovidov and #744 GRINBERG Girsh Dovidov) and grandson (#745 GRINBERG Govsey Girshov) and a third son #746 GRINBERG Abel' Dovidov

Sons and grandson

752 KHAET-ABUKHOVSKIY Vul'f Aranov appears with sons #753 KHAET-ABUKHOVSKIY Shmuilo Vul'fov and 754 KHAET-ABUKHOVSKIY Binyamin Vul'fov and 755 KHAET-ABUKHOVSKIY Itsko Vul'fov

sons

765 KERBEL' Yosel' Yankelev appears with brother #766 KERBEL' Meyer Yankelev

brother

770 KAPLAN Nevakh Yankelev. His entry is followed by #771 GANTSEVICH Movsha Abelev and then by another Kaplan relationship not known ( #772 KAPLAN  Mordukh Shimenov) -  so maybe all three men are kinsmen.

unknown

776 BISEL' Yosel' Khaimov  appears with unidentified relative #777 BISEL' Yudel' Anshelev

relative

782 BUSEL' Mordukh Abramov  appears with son #783 BUSEL' Matus Mikhelev

son

786 LEV Movsha Shimenov appears with son #787 LEV Berko Movshov

son

795 RATNER Nevakh Itskovich appears with brother #796 RATNER Mordukh Itskob and with Mordukh’s son #797 RATNER Srol' Mordukhov

Brother and nephew


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New Questions to Pursue

How was the tax list recording done? Did people come in and make out sworn testimony? Does the location of residence impact any part of this listing? If we learned the names of more married daughters would we find that son-in-laws are recorded sequentially to their fathers-in-law as often as sons? Are there other tax lists of Lyakhovichi for different years? How does the tax list of Lyakhovichi connect to other government documents of Slutsk uyezd? Do the Slutsk uyezd voters's lists tie back to taxpayer lists filed by individual towns? Are there surviving records of Tax Courts, assessment lists, tax liens, etc. from Lyakhovichi, from Slutsk uyezd, from Minsk guberniya?