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Stolbtsy elderly and disabled in September 1811

Stolbtsy Name Index Census 1811

This is the list of blind, elderly and disabled of Stolbtsy. This information has been verified from two lists.


Blind
NameFather's NameFamily NameAgeDetailsAdd. Notes
RabinIoselGartovich(?)56blind for four yearsGershunovich
ShloymaAzikBychik46has damaged eyes and plica hairBychok
ZalmanLeybaZlotin80old and has poor visionson of Leyba-Shevel, Zalman died in 1811
DavidSymonShuster25 has one wall-eye and can poorly see with the other eyefather Siman Sapozhnik
BinuminMordukhPotsik50ill in eyes for few years, cannot work due to thisBeniamin Pochek
KhaimIsraelOshchun(?)35ill in eyes since young age, poor vision and does not walk Okun
GershYankelRaditskiy80has disabled eyes from birth, does not walk outside the house due to weakness
LeybaZeligPrusin64has one wall-eye, the other is illPrushanovskiy
BorukhYankelGodel30fully ill with eyes for 4 yearsGodil
ZelmanShevelGodel60ill with eyes for few years
ItskoKhaimTauba72has disabled eyesRusak Tauba
ShmuyloGirshKhaid(?)8blind from birthGelburg
Elderly
NameFather's NameFamily NameAgeDetailsAdd. Notes
LeybaYevseyMosovich65old and weakLeyba son of Govsha Movshovich Frakin
ZusmanYankelSharovich70old and weak'izlenbukh' (from(?) ...) Sarovich
RubinYankelMakhtey75old and weak
YevseyItskoStayuk76old and weak, has consumption (chakhotka)Stayuk
LeybaDavidZadvor'ye70old and weak, has shaking handsZadvorskiy Eylikh
IoselShlumaPrusin65old and has consumption (chakhotka)Pruzhanovskiy
TordisMeerKhayat73very old and weakShvarzhbort
EllyaMordukhPotik66old and weakBrukhanskiy Pochik
AronLeybaKochov72was not checked since he was in unknown absence
IsraelLeyzerRukes(?)64old and weakRovkas
EllyaAbramLubchik62old and weakLubetskiy
MendelLeybaPrusin65old and weakPrushanovskiy
ItskaLeyzerRaditskiy64very old, appears very skinny, with son Yankel Abram
ShlemaYudelKachev60weak
LeybaLeyzerShim62old, weak and appears very skinny showing an internal diseaseShim
LeybaYudelShyman66old and weak
Faybish YudelGodell40old and weak in eyes
Disabled
NameFather's NameFamily NameAgeDetailsAdd. Notes
EllyaAbramLubchin63duplicate, recorded as #11 above
AbramYudelTulin/Tumis(?)35ill with swelling stomach and whole body for few years, very weakTunik
IoselDavidZadvor'ye8has no feet
LeybaTankhumSoris30recorded here by mistake, there is no one with this name herefrom another list: Leyba son of Tankhel Shulkin.
LokminShlemaAginskiy45oldPossibly: Ellokim Meyer son of Shloma
MendelZavelZavelikh20paralyzed foot, cannot walkZavelikhin
YankelItskoRuditskiy8both hands are paralyzed

Stolbtsy community signatories in September 1811

Stolbtsy Name Index Census 1811

This is the list of people from Stolbtsy, Minsk district who in September , 1811 signed the letter cited below.

This community is currently busy with various tasks especially collecting taxes for the second half of the year 1811 and thus cannot administer census taking with the purpose of sending it to Minsk Financial Committee. However since we wish to fulfill the governor's order we chose you [..] to send two copies of this census to Minsk with no information hidden according to the law. This letter is signed by kagal's community members.

Names are written in Russian and Hebrew. Since signed people could not write in Russian this letter was written for them by their witness Gregoriy Dzyachenkov of 12th Class who also signed here.


Borukh Berkovich Rozhovskiy
Zakhariy Aronovich Frenk
Yankel Iozirovich Okun
Shevel Abramovich Borakh
Gendel Niovelovich Tunik
Dovid Leyzarovich Velenchik
Io[s]il Girshovich Rubinok
Ellya Mikhalevich Mishko
Ellya Rubinovich Makhtei
Iosel Beluzina(?) Movshovich Shapira
Shloma Abramovich Prog
Shlomo Beniaminovich Malbin
Rakhaval Leybovich Oginski
Movsha Mikhalevich Khakhurin
Leyba Berkovich Naikhvel[in/t]
Mikhal L[ei]zirovich Khakhurin
Mortko Ioselovich Malbin
Mordukh Barkovich Rozovskiy
Israel Khaimovich Kumok
Girsh Berkovich (...)
Yankel (G)akhnovich Rudnitskiy
Mordukh Govseevich Frakin
Movsha Ioselovich Gelbirkh Zlotnya
Salka Oizirovich Okun
Shmul Iosilovich Gardbin
Leyzar Vulfovich Tunik

Koydanovo community signatories in September 1811

Koydanovo Name Index Census 1811

This is the list of people from Koydanovo, Minsk district who on September 15, 1811 signed the letter cited below.

This community is currently busy with various tasks especially collecting taxes for the second half of the year 1811 and thus cannot administer census taking with the purpose of sending it to Minsk Financial Committee. However since we wish to fulfill the governor's order we chose you [..] to send two copies of this census to Minsk with no information hidden according to the law. This letter is signed by kagal's community members.

Names are written in Polish and Hebrew.


Mowsza Azukowicz Machler
Izrael Leyzorowicz Krahal
Hirsz Pinchosowicz Ewienczyk
Mejer Szmerkowicz Szachnowicz
Aron Peysachowicz Cerces
Abram Berkowicz Hurwicz
Abram Aronowicz Monasowicz
Izrael Abramowicz Sapira

Village Komarovka, Minsk district in December 1811

Komarovka Name Index Census 1811

This is the list of petty bourgeois fro village Komarovka, Minsk district compiled on December 28, 1811.

There were 41 males recorded. It was signed by kagal elders from place Gorodok namely Afroim Karpilov and Shevel Rudkovski(?) who signed in Hebrew due to unable to write in Russian.


Borovik -was recorded in Minsk, one son was in Gorodets in 1800.
Brushtein
Chert
Greshel'
Gurvits -came from Minsk
Kashdan +Liboshits
Komar (2) +Mervez/Muchvez
Ovsanik (2)
Rabinovich -came from Logoysk community
Rubin -was in Minsk in 1800
Sklyarov -previously he was abroad
Slepian/Slepyan (2) + Rubin
Tankhalevich
Unknown/Davidov -recorded in Minsk
Unknown/Gelemov - recorded in Minsk
Unknown/Isroelev -lives in Minsk
Unknown/Mordukhov - died.
Unknown/Shevelev - left to Minsk with family in 1811
Unknown/Shimonov (2) -both live in Minsk +Unknown/Faybishov-lives in Minsk
Unknown/Shmuylov -lives in Minsk
Unknown/Tevelv - died
Unknown/Yankelev -father sent for settlement, family left to Minsk in 1811

Minsk district villages in December 1811, part 2

Villagers Name Index Census 1811

This is the list of people who lived in various villlages of Minsk district compiled in December 1811.

Villages in this list belonged to Gorodok kagal.


VillageResidents
Silikov (of Shalkovich)Fraiman
ZukichiLibov
BelyarichiLibov
Gayana/GayenaLeifkov
SlobodaBorovik -came from Belyarichi
SlobodaGurvits -he was previously in Belyarichi community
SlobodaKarpilov
SlobodaKhaykel'
SlobodaLeifkov
SlobodaLipman
SlobodaMostovski (with Tsyper)
SlobodaRabinov
SlobodaUnknown/Beniominov -died, son fled
SlobodaUnknown/Dovidov - father died, son fled
SlobodaUnknown/Faybishov - fled
SlobodaUnknown/Khatskelev - died
SlobodaUnknown/Leybov -family members died and fled
SlobodaUnknown/Shmuylov -whereabouts unknown
SlobodaUnknown/Yankelev (2) -1 family: father and elder son died, younger son lives in Minsk
another family: elders died, grandson's whereabouts unknown
SlobodaUnknown/Yudovich - fled with son
SlobodaVyshnev

Minsk district villagers in December 1811 part 1

Villagers Name Index Census 1811

This is the list of people who lived in various s of Minsk district compiled in December 1811.

This list was created by census takers elected by Koydanovo community. Perhaps this indicates that residents of these s belonged to Koydanovo community, in which case s must be located nearby. There were 83 current residents.

Numbers indicate how many households shared the same last name.


VillageResidents
GalinkaMarshak
KastrichnikUnknown/Beniaminovich, moved to Stolbtsy in 1811
RudniUnknown/Girshovich
RakoshitsUnknown/Ellevich
Staraya RuditsaGizbor, Merin/Metin, Petroshevich, Galbern
Malaya Ten'/TeliGalpern
RuditsyUnknown/Borukhovich
Deya El'ntMarshak
DemigoshchaUnknown/Abramovich, left to Minsk with family in 1808
Bubi (in village 'Bubakh')Unknown/Azikovich
UsyPukhovitskiy with Unknown/Ioselevich
YurkovichUnknown/Peysakhovich, fled with family in 1802
GorodzetskovshchinaUnknown/Abramovich
NareykaUnknown/Volfovich - moved to Minsk in 1802
StempkovkaUnknown/Leyzerovich
VezinUnknown/Benditovich -one son moved to Minsk in 1797
PaykovkaUnknown/Movshovich went to Minsk
Plevany/PlevanahUnknown/Ioselevich -fled in 1804
BerezyUnknown/Azikovich
AzeryUnknown/Shlemovich
RubilokUnknown/Leyzarovich -fled in 1805
VitkovshchiznaUnknown/Azikovich -one son recorded as petty bourgeois to pomeschik (land owner) Grigorovich.
TomkovichiGrinkrug +Unknown/Shmuylovich, Gozhna/Goska
GrichinBisna
ShpilkaUnknown/Yankelevich
KrasovaUnknown/Abramovich
NevelichiUnknown/Yankelevich
Stankovets/StankovtsyUnknown/Volfovich
LekhovichUnknown/Leybovich
LaptovichMakhlis, Grozovskiy -living
KrasnovUnknown/Itskovich -died, son moved to Minsk
SamodurovshchinaUnknown/Leybovich -fled
BobrynokUnknown/Gertsovich -died, son moved to Uzda, Igumen dist in 1811.
StarynkaUnknown/Abramovich -died with son
PalintvichUnknown/Borukhovich - fled 1809
TilishevichiUnknown/Movshovich -moved to Minsk in 1799 (with son)
LubentUnknown/Sisko(l)ovich -moved to Minsk in 1808
Sukh(e)/SukhtShimski -one son moved to Rubezhevichi in 1808
KostevichiUnknown/Movshovich -died, living two sons, one called Kukish another Bonim.
PrudishchiKukish
MironichUnknown/ABramovich -fled.
Vomit/Vol..tRakoshits
Volmt/VoymtUnknown/Itskovich - died
Volmt/VoymtZisel Mordukh -left to Minsk in 1811
Matuzi/MAtuzaUnknown/Itskovich -left to Rakov in 1806 with son
Saskovshchina/SiskovshchinaUnknown/Abramovich -left to Minsk with son in 1811
KurnevichiUnknown/Meerovich -fled in 1808, son left to Minsk.
Sapmt/SapshtNipalovich/Nipsasovich
Sapmt/SapshtUnknown/Yankelevich
Bukhvayovshchina/BukhvalovshchinaUnknown/Veniaminovich - died, living son.
Bukhvayovshchina/BukhvalovshchinaVertnik(?)
Bukhvayovshchina/BukhvalovshchinaUnknown/Leybovich + Gekh(ch)/Gekht
Kruki/KruniKarp
MilashiUnknown/Itskovich - died.
LukashiAksel'
LukashiUnknown/Yudelevich, died.
LukashiUnknown/Kalmanovich(?), died.
TishkovshchinaUnknown/Meerovich - died (son came in 1809)
KudrashchinaUnknown/Ioselevich -left to Minsk in 1803, son died.
ZubreevichUnknown/Mordukhovich - fled in 1806 with son
NazarychiUnknown/Berkovich -came from Ivenets in 1809
Zui (in 'Zuyakh')Unknown/Girshovich - fled in 1798
ZuiYerukhim-Afroim came in 1809
Zaykushchin/ZaynushchinUnknown/Berkovich - left to Rakov in 1808.
(Ko)tachkovkaUnknown/Berkovich
StozhkiUnknown/Leybovich - fled in 1809 with son
TserkovshchiznaCherchis
KoverlyanyUnknown/Borukhovich - fled in 1809 with son
VitokaKruer/Kruser
CherkasyUnknown/Yankelevich - died
AbrodkiUnknown/Faybishovich - died
NovosadkiUnknown/Borukhovich - died
KhotoshUnknown/Govdovich died, son fled
SlobodaUnknown/Shevelevich -died with son
PachkiUnknown/Gertsovich died
Yachenit/YagenitUnknown/Leyzerovich -head died, relatives fled
Vopriki/VeprikiShlemovich - died, Folf/Foif -newcomer in 1809
LovichiUnknown/Girshovich or Merm(?)
StarinkiGalperin
PrilukiLevin
PalinevichiOkun - came in 1809
SidorovshchiznaKitaevich
PausyUnknown/Yerukhimovich -came in 1807
ChoglovKharunovich
PalkovUnknown/Akserovich
KurylovLefel
StashkiShostak
Berkosh[a]Eksel', Unknown/Khaimovich - came in 1809
TarasovYeshovich -came in 1809, Nisenovich
Plosk[a]Karp
PalkovUnknown/Aselevich
LednikiButsevich, Sapira, Unknown/Gershovich
MikulichGarer-came in 1809, Unknown/Nokhimovich
Sur[k/m]alMalchik
Khotuv[K/I](r?)aychik, Unknown/Ioselevich
SolmUnknown/Leybovich, Unknown/Nokhimovich-came in 1807, Karp (2)- 1 moved to Samokhvalovichi in 1811
PachkiUnknown/Gertsovich -died
KozlovshchiznaBerk (2)

Novy Sverzhen community signatories September 1811

Novy Sverzhen Name Index Census 1811

This is the list of people from Novy Sverzhen, Minsk district who on September 15, 1811 signed the letter cited below.

This community is currently busy with various tasks especially collecting taxes for the second half of the year 1811 and thus cannot administer revision at Sverzhen with the purpose of sending it to Minsk Financial Committee. However since we wish to fulfill the governor's order we chose you [..] to send two copies of this census to Minsk with no information hidden according to the law. This letter is signed by kagal's elder with community members of Novy Sverzhen.

Each of the people named below have signatures in Hebrew.


Name
Meer Leybovich Melkis
Khaim Novtolovich Rozyn
Dovyd Khaimovich Golovench
Borokh Izralevich Brudny
Gertsyk Lipovich Livshin
Itsko Khaimovich GolovenchLeyb Meerovich Chupik/[or Tupak?]
Mordukh Mikhalevich Protas
Leyza Leybovich Pertsovich
Itsko Aranovich Goldberk
Volf Leibovich Malkis
Leiba Meerovich Malkis
Mikhal Yankelevich (newcomer?)
Meer Ovshovich Urvich
Siman Nisanovich
Leizar Eselevich Altman
Nekhem'ya Sraivitevich Zaturenskoy
Leyba Itskovich Golovenchi
Elya Gertsovich Charny
Shlema Sholomovich Glovenchi
Iosel Volfovich Brosin/Vrosin
Peysakh Shmalovich
Godyl Getsovich Shlefernoy
Leyb Abramovich Blokh
Yudal Eselevich Altman
Volf Merevich Gurivi[ch]