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Mogilno vital records

Mogilno Name Index Vital records 1870s

Mogilno vital records.

These vital records are from place Mogilno (Magilno), Igumen district page.


Marriages
YearMonthFamily Name(s)
1880FebruaryPaukov(?) from Slutsk and Kravets from Stolbtsy
1881No marriages this year
1883No marriages this year
1884JulyKhol../Khom.. from Uzda
1884OctoberZaichik from Novogrudok
1885FebruaryVilenchik from Slutsk & Bernshtein
1885May...shtein from Nesvizh - spouse from Ko..
1885SeptemberBernshtein from Uzda - Lutnik/Lupnik/Lu..ik
1885SeptemberKhazkievich from Koydanovo & Gornshtein from Uzda

Deaths
YearMonthFamily Name(s)
1873JanuaryEpshtein
1873MarchBornshtein/Borinshtein
1874MayBerenshtein from Sverzhen/Ovorshln(?)
1874NovemberZa...
1875DecemberBerinshtein (2)
1875DecemberKagan from Kletsk
1875DecemberKaplan
1877FebruaryBerinshtein
1877FebruaryKaplan
1877FebruaryPer[chik]
1879JanuaryBerenshtein
1879DecemberLukin/Lunin
1880MarchBerenshtein
1880MarchGerchska/Turska (?)

David-Gorodok population statistics

David-Gorodok Name Index Statistics 1816-1910

This information about Jewish population in David-Gorodok was collected from various genealogical records namely, censuses and vital records
.


Census data
YearMalesFemalesTotalNotes
August 10, 1816197231428main census
December 1816n/an/an/aadd. census, 32 families
December 1816n/an/a26per absentees list
June 28, 1818322254add. census, 33 families

Births
YearMalesFemalesTotal
1874411960
1875492978
1879402161
18818551136
1882441761
1883463076
1884542680
1885573289
1886683399
18878335118
18887645121
18897441115
1890642589
1891693099
18928773160
18938266148
1894101102203
1896110104214
1897102103206
189810395198
190011483197
190211479193
19039382175
19049060150
19059069132
19068859147
19078565150
19088747134
19087555130
19097555130
19107458132

Deaths
YearMalesFemalesTotal
1874161026
1875352358
1879261945
1881273158
18825655111
1883253156
1884352055
1885271542
1886365187
1887394180
1888312556
1889353469
1890573693
1891352964
1892513485

Marriages
YearMarriagesDivorces
1874110
187516no data
1879140
1882263
1883262
188431no data
1885242
188632no data
1887390
1888354
1889315
1890103
1891212
1892353

Uman bourgeois in May 1858 part 2

Uman Name Index Census 1858


This is the main census from town Uman, Uman, which took place on May 22, 1858.

This portion covers bourgeois whose last names start with letters from L to Z.

The numbers indicate how many families shared the same famly name

Family nameNotes
Laionskiy/Libonskiy
Landa
Larisman/Lirisman
Lavut
Lazels
Leiderman (2)one widow with family
Lekhkovod/[Legkovod]
Lekhtser/Lekhtsier (2)two widows with family
Lemberskiyone became merchant in 1850, another in the army
Lement
Lerner
Levenbergconverted in 1855
Levenshteinwidow with family. One moved to bourgeois class in 1857
Liberchuk
Liberman
Linetskiy
Lion/Len/Lunfamily moved from merchants to bourgeois
Lipisfamily fled since 1852
Lipovetskiy (4)widow with family
Lisinskiy
Listengurtin/Listingurtin (2)on brother left (?) in 1876, another in unknown absence.
One family became farmers in Podolia governorate in 1855
Litman
Litovskiy widow
Litvak (3)two widows
Livshits (3)one in the army.
widow with family, one in the army
Lobokhos
Loigzalts/Loygzalts (2)
Loigzam
Loitershtein (2)this family separated from brother in 1851. One family separated from two other brothers in 1856
Lopatnyrelated: Pridolaiko
Lubarskiy
Lvovskiywidow with family
Lybis/[Libis] (?)
Lyp/Lip
Magirevskiy/[Mogilevskiy?]father and son returned from fleeing in 1858
Magnit
Malamud (4)widow with daughter. One in the army
Markhovskiy
Markmanone in the army
Mendelekhis/Mengelekhis
Mesenzhnikovwidow
Meshov/Moshkovichwidow with family. Related: Rybak
Mogilevskiy (6)two widows
Mogolevskiy (4)one widow with family
Moizes/Moyzesleft to Talnoe in 1851
Moldetskiy
Molodetskiy (2)family fled in 1851
Monastirskiy (2)one widow with family
Morevutskiyone in the army
Motolevskiy
Muchnik (2)two widows with family
Muravskiy
Mutelman/Mitelman
Nagiywidow with daughter
Nastashevskiywidow with family
Nemerovskiy (2)widow with family
Nikolaevskiy (2)left in 1879. One fled in 1851
Nudelman (2)
Nusinovich
Oleynik[ov]
Ostashevskiy (2)one widow with family
Oyzerovich widow with family
Partigulone in the army. Related: Tsirkas (Chirkas)
Pasternak/Posternak (2)one in the army
Penkovskiy/Pen'kovskiiy
Perednik[ov] (2)family returned from fleeing in 1858.
One widow with family, one son left in 1882
Perelman (2)
Perepletchik (2)this family separated from relatives in 1851.
Widow with family. This family was previously separated from nephew.
Perkel
Perlevwidow with family
Pisarovskiywidow with family, one son moved to Podolia governorate in 1881
Pochasa
Polanskiywidow with family
Polkovnitser
Polonskiy (3)three widows with family
Pombokwidow with family, one nephew moved to Talnoe
Popik (2)
Portnoy (3)
Primazon/Primizon
Pritik[ov]widow
Probko
Pshenichnyi
Psiarovskiy/Psyarovskiy (4)one widow with family
Pukman (2)one widow with family
Puzis
Rabiner
Rabinovich (3)one family moved to Sarno, Lipovets district in 1850
Radzikhovskiy
Rapaport/Rapoport (2)
Ratinerwidow with family, one in the army
Reider
Reznik
Roisenberg/[Rosenberg] (2)one fled, family separated from relatives in 1852.
One family separated from brother in 1852.
Roisenshlak
Roitenberg/Roitenbarg (2)
Roitman (4)related: Berlin
Roizelman/[Roselman]one in the army
Roizenfeld/[Rosenfeld] (2)one widow with family
Roizinshlak
Rokhbarg
Rososhok
Rudeinkiy/Rudeynkiy
Rybak (5)two families separated from brother in 1851
Rymer
Safrwidow Safrov with family
Safrawidow
Salamakha
Salizonwidow with family, one in unknown absence
Sandler (3)one widow, one son in the army
Serebrennik (4)widow with children
Shapira (3)
Sharfman (2)
Sharogrodskiywidow with family
Shatnyi
Shekhtman
Sherman (2)
Shimanovich
Shinder
Shishkovskiy
Shlakman
Shnaidermanwidow with family
Shnitkreimer
Shor
Shpigluzwidow with family
Shteiselbein
Shterenshtein
Shtilman (2)
Shtofwidow
Shtofblot
Shtolmaister
Shtulthis family separated from older brother in 1851
Shtulmanwidow with family, one in the army
Shturman (2)widow with family. One family became farmers in Balta district in 1855
Shul'separated from brother's family in 1851
Shvartskroin (2)
Shvartsman (4)
Sidletskiy
Sikoravyi/Sikorovyifamily separated from nephew in 1852. One family separated from relatives in 1852
Sirotawidow with family
Slovenkoone in unknown absence
Smolyanskiyone in the army
Sokolovskiy/Sokholovskiy (2)one in the army
Solodchenko
Solodukhovwidow with family
Sologub
Sorokotun
Spektor (3)
Spivakone moved to Talnoe
Spornyiwidow with family
Stanislavskiy (2)one in the army
Strinkovskiy
Strizhevskiy (3)one widow with family
Sula/Sul[ov]two widows with families
Sulanephew returned from fleeing in 1858
Tabachnik (3)one in the army
Talmud[ov]widow with family
Tansker
Tarasuk
Tekucher
Teperman
Teplik
Teplitskiiy-Kaganfather moved to Talnoe in 1880
Teplitskiy/Tepletskiy (8)one family became farmers in Kherson governorte in 1855
three widows with families, two in the army
Tigaevwidow with family. One son married into Beigelman family. Two nephews left to Zvenigorodka as 3rd guild merchants in 1851
Tilmanone in the army, related: Spektor
Tishler/Tyshlerwidow
Todrisovich
Todshteinwidow with family
Tokar
Tokarskiyone in the army. Related: Kholostyi
Tokman
Tolstonog (3)
Tolyanker/Talianker (2)one a.k.a. Kovalskiy.
another family: females only
Tonkanogoywidow with family
Torchinskiy
Tornos
Torokorg
Tovbenovawidow with family
Traiber
Traiberg/Trayber
Traibmanwidow
Traitmanwidow with family
Treibochwidow with family
Tridman (2)one widow with daughter
Troianker/Troyanker (2)widow with family, this family separated from nephew in 1851.
Another family separated from relatives in 1850
Trubnik
Tsigilman
Tsimbelman
Tsoyman/Tsoiman
Tsuker
Tsymel'/Tsymes
Tulchinskiy (3)
Tyagay/Tiagaevwidow with family
Tykar/Tikar
Tyshelman/Tytelman
Tyshler/Tishler (2)
Umanskiy
Unknown/Gimelevwidow with a family
Unknown/Murleev/Murgeev -[Shmurl's?) widow with family
Unknown/Ziskinwidow with family
Vainberg widow
Vainsheinker (2)widow with family
Vaintrub
Vaisberg
Vaser
Vatmakher
Vatnik
Vaysburg/Vaisburgone in the army
Vekselman (7)two widows with family
Vekslyar (2)related: Zalport
Vernikwidow with family
Vernikov
Verzub
Vinitskywidow with family
Vismid
Vitivskiy
Volerman
Volfer[ov]widow with family
Volochka
Voloshin (8)one in the army
Vornovatyi (2)widow with family
Vorona
Vortman
Voskoboynik (2)widow with family
Vul/Vul'newcomers since 1856
Yakhniswidow with family. Related: Zaidel
Yampolskiy (2)widow with daughter
Yanovskiy
Yelin
Yentes
Yoirish (2)
Yurkovskiywidow
Zagika/Zaikawidow
Zaichik/Zaychik (3)hired in the army
two sons left in 1879
Zaidman
Zaks (2)one son moved to Podolia gov. in 1881
Zalportone son married (to Vekslyar), one son fled.
Zalyapannyi/Zaliapannyi
Zamokhovskiy (5)one a.k.a. Kalison, widow with family, one in the army
Zaslavskiy
Zbarskiy (3)family fled in 1851
Zdorovyak (2)widow
Zeluk
Zemlyankerrelated: Sirota
Zheikler/Teykler
Zholkeverwidow with daughter
Zilbermanwidow
Zinkfeidorwidow with family
Zitserman (2)
Zolotar
Zomb
Zupnik

Uman bourgeois in May 1858 part 1

Uman Name Index Census 1858


This is the main census from town Uman, Uman, which took place on May 22, 1858.

This portion covers bourgeois whose last names start with letters from A to K.

The numbers indicate how many families shared the same famly name

Family nameNotes
Akhenblit/Arenblitconverted in 1852
Akhinboim
Alendercame in 1857
Almunone in the army
Altman (3)
Apteikar (2)twwo widows with families
Apteikman/[Aptekman]
Arbatailo/Arbataylo
Aronovich or Unknown/Aronovich
Avadievich/Avad'evich
Babanskiy/Babinskiy (3)two widows with family
Babich (2)one family were merchants, became bourgeois in 1856.
Another family is widow with family.
Balakerskiyfamily moved to place Sarno, Lipovets dist.
Balan (4)two widows with family, two families separated from relatives in 1853.
Barinboim (2)one in the army
Barskiy (3)
Ba'yan/Bazian
Begelf/Begelerwidow with family
Beigelmanrelated: Tigai (son-in-law joined this family in 1858)
Bekerman
Belaygrod
Benekhisone son with family excluded from merchants in 1852
Benisonwidow with family
Berdvais/Berdvays
Berelman
Berenshtein (4)
Bergelson (2)
Bergzalts
Berlin (3)one son married to Roitman
Bertlevwidow
Bilak
Bileinkiy/[Belenkiy] (4)family moved from bourgeois to farmers in Balta district in 1855. One widow with family
Blaitloin/Blatloinone widow with family, one family of newcomers
Blitshteinwidow with family
Bogoslavskiy
Bondarwidow with family
Brailovskiy (4)one son fled in 1855, one in the army
Bratslavskiy
Breiterman
Britveman
Brodiretskiy
Brodskiy (7)one father a.k.a. Volfovich
one son left to place Sarno, Lipovets district in 1851
Part of one family became merchants in 1852
Bronshtein (2)widow. One father is known as Korkh
Brymbrik
Bubis
Budnikwidow with family
Bugdanis
Bum
Burnos[ov]widow with family
Burshtein
Chaikovskiy/Chaykovskiy (2)
Chakatunwidow with family
Cherespovskiy
Chernovitskiy/Cherpovitskiy
Chigilnitskiyone in the army
Chikinovskiy
Chorneynkiy/[Chornenkiy]
Chornyione in the army
Daichman (4)1 widow with family
Daimanwidow with family
Danivetskiy/Anivetskiy (2)
Dantsker (3)one widow
Dashevskiy (2)one widow with daughter
Desyatnik (3)
Dishelman
Divgun/Davlu
Dobrokhodwidow with family
Donskoy/Dontskoyone in the army
Dorfman
Dortsone in the army
Dovgonos
Drobnawidow
Drobnyi (2)two in the army
Druboch[ev]widow with a family
Drutman
Dubinskiy (2)
Dudnik (5)one fled in 1851, one widow with family
Dukelskiy/Dukolskiy (5)three fathers are also known as Grosman.
Dukhovnyi
Dulman
Durman
Dyshelman/[Dishelman] (2)
Eigel/Eygel
Elfanwidow with family
Elin
Elunetskiy/Eshchnetskiyson sent to army by community
Erdpakh
Estermanone in the army
Etlis
Fainshtein (2)one widow with family
Farber
Fedmand
Feferman
Feilanbfamily moved to Odessa as merchants in 1858.
Feldman (2)
Figelman (3)one widow with family
Fingir(?)at/Fingirbatone in the army
Finiber (2)
Firer
Fishbein
Fisherwidow
Fleishman (4)two widows, one person fled in 1853
Fongeshbergwidow
Fover
Fraiman/Frayman
Fraivokh/Frayvokh
Freinkel
Fridiner
Fridman (5)one son left to Podolia gov.
Frinkel
Furman
Galperin widow with family
Garkhovskiy wiodow
Gartshtein
Geilman/[Gelman] (2)one family with only females
Gekdyshman/Gekdishman
Gelfenbein/Golfenbein (8)one widow with family
-one family separated from relatives in 1851
One family became farmers in Kherson governorte in 1856.
One family separated from uncle in 1851.
Two widows with family. One grandson in the army, one son left in 1879.
One family separated from relatives in 1853.
Gendelmanfled in 1851
Gerenshtein (8)widow with family, one son in the army
Gershbergone son excluded from 3rd guild merchants in 1855
Gershmanson in the army
Giterone in the army
Gitman
Givertsblat/Givertsblit
Gluzmanone brother also known as Mizhiretskiy
Gnypman/Gnepmanwidow with family
Godliswidow with family
Godlya/Godlia (2)
Godlya/Unknown widow with family
Godovich widow with family
Goikhshtein one son previously fled, returned in 1858
Gokhmanwidow
Goldenberg (2)this family became farmers in Podolia goernorate in 1856, widow with family
Goldenvaizer
Goldmanwidow with family
Goldshtein
Gomberg (3)one in the army
Gondelmanfamily became farmers in 1857, one son in the army.
Gopshtein
Gorbelina
Goren
Gorkhovskiy (2)
Gormakh
Gorodetskiywidow with family. This family were merchants who became bourgeois in 1856.
Goterbiturer
Goykhmanone in unknown absence
Granat/Granotwidow with family
Granovskiy (7)husband was sent to arestant's baracks, wife in unknown absence since 1857
Two widows, one with family. One familyh left to Podolia gov. in 1875
Gribilukwidow
Grinberg (5)One widow. Two families separated from brother in 1851
One of these families fled in 1853.
Grinfeld
Grober
Grober
Grodzevskiy/Grodzovskiy (7)one in the army -separated from brother's family in 1853.
widow with family.
One family was separated from brother in 1857.
Grosman
Grychanik/Grichanik
Gudysblat/Gudisblat
Gukelman
Gurman
Gurovich
Gururin/Gurugin
Interman widow
Kagan/Kogon/Kogan (9added from kantonists of Tomsk governorate to Uman bourgeois in 1851.
One family (Kogan) became farmers in Balta district in 1855
Kaptsenuk one son fled in 1852, another in unknown absence in 1856. Related: Tilman
Karachunskiy (2) Both families moved from merchant class to bourgeois in 1852. One widow with family.
Kaziner
Keilermanwidow
Keilman
Keisermanboth sons are studying in Zhitomir-Rovno school
Kemelman (2)
Kern
Kersmanone son recorded under separate number (family) in 1857
Keselman
Keserman
Khaisseparated from relatives, Sakhorov in 1852
Khaitsevatskiy/Khaizevatskiy
Khashchevatskiywidow with daughter
Khashevatskiywidow with family
Khasis/Khalis
Kheilovskiy (2)widow with family. One son in unknown absence.
Khelmskiy
Khersonskiy (2)one widow
Khigerone in the army, this family separated from relatives in 1853
Kholodovskiy
Khuteraner
Kiniksberg
Kinisberg/[Kenigsberg?]
Kirzhner (4)femlaes only
widow with family
Kleiman widow with family
Kleiner (2)one son fled in 1853.
one family became farmers in Balta district in 1855
Kloiz
Klotsman
Kochebievskiy
Kocherzhinskiyone in the army
Kogos
Koifmanwidow with family
Konstantinovskiy
Kopzaltsfled
Korbuner
Korchunskiy/Kordunskiy
Korpunoswidow
Kovler
Kovtonovatyi
Krasnolob[ov]widow with family
Krasnyanskiy/Krasnianskiy (3)moved out from brother's family in 1849
Kreimer
Krimskiy (2)father and son fled since 1857
Krovnik
Kruglyi/Krugly (2)widow with family, one son moved to Kanev in 1852 with his family
Krupnik (2)
Krupsk/Krupek
Ksendzovskiy (2)moved out from brother's family in 1853. One brother moved out in 1857
Kun
Kuperman (7)one in the army
Kupyt
Kurnos (2)one in the army
Kvasnyi
Kvechman
Kvekzilber/Kikzilberwidow

Belaya Tserkov in additional censuses 1834-1849

Belaya Tserkov Name Index Rural Census 1834-1849

These families appear in additional censuses from town Belaya Tserkov located in Vasilkov district compiled during 1834-1849.

Numbers indicate how many households shared the same family name.


Family Name and Date of Census
Bagomana/Bilosnik (?) July 13, 1847
Baranov December 16, 1843
Barash November 21, 1841
Barndiner April 10, 1840
Bas December 28, 1845
Basistyi July 7, 1843
Beinik/Boinik November 21, 1841
Belopolskiy October 16, 1842
Berdichevskiy July 1, 1845
Blumin June 16, 1843
Borodkin July 13, 1847
Borodkin (3) March 16 and July 1, 1845, March 28, 1846
Bortashnik (2) December 16, 1843, October 11, 1844
Bortovnik March 16, 1845
Braverman/Bravirman (2) September 20, 1840, March 1840
Bukarskiy November 26, 1848
Cherkaskiy (2) August 11, 1838, August 12, 1843
Chornyi December 1843
Chudnovskiy (2) February 4, 1843, July 7, 1846
Dabner March 9, 1849
Devinskiy/Divinskiy (2) May 18, 1836, July 16, 1837
Dibner April 6, 1842
Dinkheles/Dinkilis (2) April 10, 1840, May 5, 1847
Dubenskiy (2) December 13, 1845, November 16, 1847
Edelman (2) October 11, 1844, November 21, 1841
Eldorman January 18, 1843
Erusalimskiy/Yerusalimskiy February 4, 1838 -newcomer
Eukholeskin/Leskin February 4, 1843
Fastovskiy May 25, 1844
Feld September 18, 1834
Feldman March 28, 1846
Fishman (3) March 1840, January 17, 1843, June 6, 1848
Flyachnik December 30, 1843
Freinkel (2) June 16, 1843, November 26, 1848
Gambert/Gambat July 4, 1844
Geikhman October 1, 1840
Genkhfeld August 28, 1840
Glazer/Glizer June 22, 1847
Glizerov June 18, 1843
Goldbarg July 1, 1845
Goldshtein December 16, 1843
Golyanskiy July 1, 1845
Gombarg October 11, 1844
Grach (2) October 11, 1844, July 4, 1840
Greish March 1840
Gubkin November 27, 1834
Ikhal March 1840
Ikhis July 1, 1845
Indikter December 28, 1845
Kagan May 25, 1844
Kamershtein March 1840
Kaminskiy March 1840
Kats July 4, 1844
Khaifis October 11, 1844
Khalfen/Khalfin (2) October 23, 1842, August 14, 1846
Khambinovskiy (?) August 14, 1846
Khanures March 1840
Khanuris February 4, 1843
Kholost February 2, 1847
Khuteranskiy July 7, 1846
Koditskiy September 18, 1834
Kolgyanovskiy/Kolekovskiy December 29, 1840
Kos/Kosa July 4, 1840
Kosoy December 12, 1838
Kotik (2) March 28, 1846, January 1, 1848
Kotlerskiy March 1840
Kotlyar February 9, 1837
Kovalenko April 6, 1842
Kovler September 20, 1840
Krakovskiy (?) December 27, 1849
Krikun September 18, 1834
Landa November 13, 1842
Leischkis/Leizhkis May 30, 1840
Lev April 10, 1840
Libman (2) December 28, 1845, November 26, 1848
Linderman March 1840
Lyakchka (?) May 5, 1847
Markov July 4, 1844
Matushanskiy/Matushinskiy October 23, 1842
Mezheboskiy October 11, 1844
Mezhibozkiy December 16, 1843
Milevskiy April 10, 1840
Miropolskiy June 6, 1848
Myachkis/Lyachkis May 5, 1847
Naida August 28, 1840
Nakhodkin July 13, 1847
Naskin May 25, 1844
Nirenberger (2) December 28, 1845, March 1840
Olshanskiy (2) November 27, 1834, June 13, 1844
Ostrets October 23, 1842
Ostrovskiy (2) November 27, 1834, July 13, 1847
Padlisker September 18, 1834, July 7, 1846
Paneyakh (?) June 6, 1848
Paneir/Panyait September 18, 1834
Pargamanik March 1840, April 10, 1840
Pipka January 1, 1848, February 4, 1843
Polovinchek July 7, 1846
Pritsker (4) Sep. 18 and Nov. 27, 1834, December 28, 1845, March 16, 1845
Prugir (2) May 25, 1844, December 13, 1845
Rabinovich July 24, 1847
Rapoport November 29, 1849
Rimarskiy October 16, 1842
Rovner (3) March 1840
Rutgaizer (2) November 27, 1834, March 1840
Ryvichkis December 16, 1843
Saginur/Silinur July 1, 1838
Salganik December 28, 1845
Salganok September 20, 1840
Sandler August 28, 1840
Seifer December 16, 1843
Shakhnovich December 28, 1845
Shekhat March 1840
Shkolnik September 18, 1834
Shmelkin December 30, 1843
Shumakhin April 10, 1840
Sidarman April 10, 1840
Skapinuk October 13, 1840
Sofnos April 10, 1840
Stomakhin May 25, 1844
Sukholiskiy November 21, 1841
Tabachnik (2) June 20, 1841, December 14, 1840
Tonkonog April 10, 1840
Tsafnis December 27, 1848
Tyl/Tyla October 11, 1844
Ulitskiy (3) December 12, 1838, March 1840, January 19, 1850
Unknown/Khaimovich July 13, 1844
Unknown/Symkhovich September 22, 1846
Unknown/Volf or Yoinovich May 5, 1847
Urshmiman April 10, 1840
Vainshtein (3) April 13, 1843, November 13, 1842, October 23, 1842
Vishnevetskiy December 13, 1845
Volf October 16, 1842
Vydra Tyla/Tila July 13, 1847
Yaroslavskiy March 1840
Zabarskiy September 18, 1834
Zagenfeld/Zadenfeld March 1840
Zeldes October 30, 1842
Zeldis July 23, 1844
Zinger December 6, 1840

Fastov in additional census records 1839-1848

Fastov Name Index Rural Census 1834-1849

These families appear in additional censuses from town Fastov, Vasilkov district compiled during 1834-1849..

Numbers indicate how many households shared the same family name.


Family NameDate of Census
AizenbargNovember 22, 1845
BorchenkovDecember 24, 1834
CherkaskiyJanuary 30, 1849
GabovichDecember 13, 1845
KhazanovichSeptember 5, 1834
KipenfeldJune 27, 1839
Kagan (4)October 26, 1839, Dec. 13, 1845, Oct. 20, 1846, Nov. 24, 1846,
KopachevskiyAugust 2, 1840
Markman (3)October 20, 1846, June 1, 1848
NaishtutFebruary 11, 1836
OstrovskiyAugust 19, 1835
PaplakhNovember 29, 1849
Podolskiy (2)June 27, 1839, December 31, 1845
Remter/Reater/Roster (?)September 5, 1834
RikelmanJune 6, 1847
RumanovichJuly 25, 1843
Sagolov/SagolNovember 14, 1848
Shkurovich (2)March 23, 1846
ShulimenkoApril 6, 1842
TarnapolskiyDecember 27, 1842
Trameniy/Tri...kiy
YurovskiyApril 6, 1842

Uzda death records

Uzda Name Index Deaths 1870s

Uzda death records.

Some names are hard to read due to tight binding.

Additional information about Uzda records can be found on Igumen district page.


Total deaths per year:
Year# of marriagesNotes
187313
187638No deaths in June-August and November.
187731
187938
188329
188492No data for January.

Index
YearMonthFamily Name(s)
1873JanuaryGrozovskiy
1873JanuaryBerenshtein
1873MarchRekin(?)
1873MarchGordok
1873MarchGershenovich
1873AprilMorkin
1873MayFainshtein
1873MayGrinshpan
1873OctoberBeilik/Beilish
1873DecemberGrozovskiy
1873DecemberPerchik-Ivenetskiy
1873DecemberGimelshtein
1876JanuaryPerchik
1876JanuaryShatsk
1876JanuaryShnei... from Grozov
1876February...shtein
1876FebruaryBerkhman from Minsk
1876FebruaryRokhmilevich
1876FebruaryGorfinkel from Nesvizh
1876MarchKoz(l/m).. from (?)
1876MarchKontorovich from Slutsk
1876MarchPiku.. from Moz[yr](?)
1876March(Zh)neper from Rozov (or Gozov)
1876MarchLevin
1876MarchGimelshtein
1876AprilEpshtein
1876AprilGoro(d/z)..
1876AprilSvirskiy
1876AprilKantorovich
1876AprilGoro(d/z)..
1876AprilRad/Rod from Koidanovo
1876AprilVainer
1876MayLevin[?]
1876MayBershtein
1876SeptemberBernman/Bernshan
1876SeptemberRakhmilevich
1876SeptemberUnknown/Avram[ov]
1876SeptemberUnknown (no name recorded)
1876SeptemberPort
1876OctoberVain[er]
1876OctoberKantor
1876OctoberBeren...
1876OctoberLevin
1876OctoberKaltnik/Kalti..k from Samokhvalovichi
1876OctoberMargolin
1876OctoberRelkin from Koydanovo
1876OctoberRozovskiy
1876OctoberRelkin from Koydanovo
1876DecemberKantorovich
1876DecemberGrozovskiy
1877January..nshtek/...nshtein from Minsk
1877JanuaryElevin
1877JanuaryPikus
1877JanuaryMarshak from Koydanovo
1877JanuaryMargolin
1877FebruaryBerinshtein
1877FebruaryEkelchi[k] from Dukory
1877FebruarySmuk... from Mir(?), Novogrudok
1877FebruaryRozingauz
1877FebruaryBerinshtein (2)
1877MarchShtein
1877AprilGrozovskiy from Loshitsy
1877AprilCharni/Charki
1877AprilPaley from Shatsk
1877AprilShorov
1877AprilGr[..]shtein
1877MayBerinshtein
1877JuneUnknown/Ko/Ke...
1877JuneBernshtein
1877JulyPikus
1877JulyGrozovskiy (2)
1877JulyEsterkin from Stolbtsy
1877SeptemberPo..ki from Loshitsy
1877SeptemberLedik/Levik
1877OctoberBernshtein from Mogilno
1877OctoberLevin/Levik
1877NovemberPer[chik?] from Mogilno
1877NovemberStrelch..
1877DecemberAsarovich from Koydanovo
1877DecemberEkelnik from Dukory
1877DecemberPaley from Rubizhevichi
1879JanuaryBerin... from Mogilno
1879JanuaryGrodzin
1879JanuaryKatin/Katik
1879JanuaryFebruary - Epshtein
1879FebruaryGrinshpan
1879MarchKantor
1879MarchKan...
1879March..ra/..ri from Mogil[no]
1879MarchGrozovskiy from Loshi..
1879MarchKolmanovich from Ivenets
1879MarchGurevich from Kopil
1879AprilReznik
1879AprilPikus
1879April..tkin from Koydanov
1879AprilKantorovich
1879MayKaplan
1879MayBerinshtein
1879JuneRatner
1879JuneRezi..
1879JulyFeldman
1879JulySadovskiy
1879JulyDru(?)kin
1879SeptemberBerinshtein
1879SeptemberGimelshtein
1879SeptemberBerinshtein
1879SeptemberBlyakher
1879SeptemberLevin
1879OctoberBernshtein (2)
1879OctoberKagan from Kopil
1879NovemberTsofin/Izofin from Samakhvalovichi (2)
1879NovemberBerinshtein
1879NovemberPerchik from Ivenets
1879NovemberGrozovskiy
1879DecemberBerinshtein (3)
1879DecemberChernyi
1879DecemberPikus
1879DecemberGrozovskiy
1879DecemberKaplan from Grozov
1883JanuaryGrinshpan
1883FebruaryKatin
1883MarchKapil../Ka(?)is
1883AprilKantorovich
1883MayKatin
1883JunePikus*
1883JuneGrinshpan
1883JulyGurvich from Pukhovichi
1883JulyBerinshtein
1883JulyUnknown/Ioselovich
1883JulyKantorovich
1883JulyGrinberg from Karelichi
1883JulyGrinshpan
1883AugustGrozov[skiy]
1883AugustKrusnik/Krulnik from Vileyka
1883AugustMolt../Liolt.. from Kapil
1883AugustGaskin/Baskin
1883AugustPikus
1883AugustRelkin from Koidanovo
1883AugustRakhmalevich from Minsk
1883AugustS..chik
1883OctoberUnknown/Berkov from Kapil
1883OctoberUnknown/Itskov
1883OctoberRabinovich
1883NovemberMolton from Kapil
1883NovemberLevin
1883DecemberUnknown/P..
1883DecemberKantorovich
1883December..nos from Kletsk
1884FebruaryZaltsman from Gorodok
1884FebruaryGokht from Koydanovo
1884MarchMlakevich(?) from Mogilno
1884MarchGimalshtein (?)
1884MarchBerin...
1884MarchLav/Lev from Nesvizh
1884MarchCharnyi from ..lomichi
1884MarchGrinshpan
1884MarchZaleshanskiy from Rubizhevichi
1884MarchBlyakher
1884MarchEkelchik/Yekelchik
1884MarchLundun from Minsk
1884AprilKhait from Lyakhovichi
1884AprilReznik
1884AprilBrozovskiy
1884AprilStolyar from Kopyl
1884AprilKantorovich
1884MayBorshtein from Mogilno
1884MayEpsh.. from Sverzhen
1884MayBorshtein
1884MayGimelshtein
1884MayPikus
1884JuneReznik(?)
1884JuneZisman
1884JuneVainer
1884June Vartinskiy(?) from Minsk
1884JuneLevin
1884June(V)isilskiy/Vimlskiy from Minsk
1884JuneUnknown/Itskovich from Dvorets
1884JuneMirkin from Minsk
1884JuneShapira from Koidanovo
1884JulyKlatskin
1884JulyLunin from Mogilno
1884JulyGurevich from Kapil
1884JulyVerinshtein/[Berinshtein]
1884AugustVerlkanska (?)from Shatsk
1884SeptemberBlyakher
1884SeptemberBerinshtein (5)
1884SeptemberBerinsh[tein]
1884September(B)urekhman from Minsk
1884SeptemberBirvits/Gurvits (?)
1884SeptemberGimelshtein (2)
1884SeptemberGordin from Minsk
1884SeptemberGorko[v]skiy from Romanovo
1884SeptemberGrodzinskiy
1884SeptemberKantorovich (5)
1884SeptemberKogon/[Kogan]
1884SeptemberKuperman (2)
1884SeptemberLevin
1884SeptemberLev..
1884SeptemberLotvin from Kopil
1884SeptemberLunin from Mogilno
1884SeptemberMargolin from Loshensk.
1884SeptemberMnuskin
1884SeptemberOk[s]..
1884SeptemberOsherovich from Koydanovo
1884SeptemberPikus (3)
1884SeptemberPruzhanovskiy from Mir
1884SeptemberRiznik/Riznin
1884SeptemberRozovskiy from Loshensk.
1884SeptemberRozovskiy (2)
1884SeptemberRptchitskiy from Stolbtsy
1884SeptemberSa..khis//Va..khis from Koydanovo
1884SeptemberTinter from Nesvizh
1884SeptemberVutinskiy from Minsk
1884NovemberBerinshtein
1884NovemberShlif/Shleif from Minsk
1884NovemberPerchik from Mogilno
1884NovemberCharny
1884NovemberKaplan
1884NovemberPikus from Kletsk
1884NovemberBarilovich/Barkavich from Lyakhovichi
1884NovemberVainshtein from Nesvizh
1884NovemberPikus
1884DecemberBloshtein from Grozov
1884DecemberRapaport from Osmiany
1884DecemberGrinberg from Slutsk
1884DecemberZilberman from Kopil

* Since this month records are duplicated in Hebrew