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Genealogy in the 21st Century.

Motyzhin census in 1858

Motyzhin Name Index Census 1858

This census from Motyzhin, Vasilkov district was compiled on May 30, 1858.


Family NameNotes
Barashkov
Barchenko
Belinko
Belogorodskiyone person Liba Belogorodskaya, 63 years old.
Cherniavskiyfamily became merchants and left to Vasilkov in 1857
Chernobelskiyone son left to Makarovka in 1852
Chervonovskiy
Gladshteinone in the army
Gorodetskiyfamily became merchants and left to town Priluki(?), Poltava gov.
Ionisberg (?)
Kanevskiy (2)one father left to Rzhishchev
Koliakovtwo brothers left to Vasilkov in 1852
Londontwo brothers left to Dashev, Lipovets dist. in 1850
Makareivch (2)in one family, one son with family left to Ignatovka in 1852. In another, two sons left to Priluki, Poltava gov. in 1852
Markin
Obukhovskiy
Poliskiy
Polonskiy (2)one family became merchants and left to Radomysl (dist)
Shakhnovskiy
Snitkovskiy
Tevush family became farmers and left in 1852 to Vasilkov(?) community.
Voskoboinikfather and one son absent
Zavodskiyin 1854 became bourgeois

Ignatovka in 1858 census

Ignatovka Name Index Census 1858

This census from Ignatovka, Kiev district was compiled on May 30, 1858.


Merchants
Family NameNotes
Briskmanfamily moved to Vasilkov as merchants in 1856
Mikhailovskiy
Nemerovskiyfamily moved to Vasilkov as merchants in 1853

Bourgeois
Family NameNotes
Beniov (2)
Dondikov (2)one in the army
Faktorov (2)
Godorov (4)one son in the army, in another family one brother moved to Yasnogorodka in 1880. Related: Kramar.
Kaganovskiy (4)two sons in the army
Kozarovitskiy (3)one son in the army
Litovskiy
Mazurov
Mizrukhi (2)
Slutskiy (4)
Soroka (3)one father a.k.a. Muzyrskiy. In another family two sons fled.
Zaivelevone son in the army. One brother converted.
Zurakhov (4)

Makarova in August 1858 additional census

Makarov Name Index Census 1858

This additional census from Makarov, Kiev district was compiled on August 25, 1858.


Family Name
Andreevskiy
Avrutskiy
Baliasny
Barakhovskiy
Dvorianskiy - August 11, 1858
Felsher
Kazel
Khanevitskiy
Khulis
Kotliarskiy
Naraditskiy
Polonskiy (2)
Rukhvalskiy
Shabaskevich
Shvetskiy
Tsinberg

Makarova residents in 1858 census

Makarov Name Index Census 1858

This census from Makarov, Kiev district as compiled on May 30, 1858.

There were 613 males and 727 females recorded as living within 204 households.

It was signed by authors: yankel Gersh Duvidovich Dubovskiy, Mordukh Katsovskiy, trustee/tax collector Peisakh Ovrutskiy, rabbi Peisakh Radovskiy.

The numbers indicate how many households shared the same family name


Merchants
Family Name
Goldenov/Goldenov
Tverskiy

Bourgeois
Family NameNotes
Almanskiy (2)
Andrievskiy
Berezovskiy (3)one son in the army
Boliasnya.k.a. Spektor
Bonshchikone son in the army
Borukhovskiy (3)one family became farmers in 1856
Braginskiy (3)
Bykovskiy
Chernikhovskiy (2)
Chernobolskiycame in 1852
Dubovskiy (4)one son in the army. Related: Mezhbar, Shabashkevich
Dvorianskiy (2)one son in the army. Related: Kondranskiy
Epelbeim (4)
Fasovetskiy
Fasovskiy
Felsher/Feldsher (2)
Fetrovskiy
Fridman
Fringarts/Frimgorts (3)one family became farmers in 1856
Furmanskiy (2)one son in the army
Furshpan
Glatsovskiy (2)
Grubian/Grubyan
Gutgarts (13)one son in the army. Related: Naroditskiy
Kanikevich/Konokevits (2)
Kaplunskiy
Katsovskiy (3)
Khabinskiy
Khanivetskiy
Khulis (2)one son in thea army
Kisil
Kodranskiy (3)one son in the army
Kolonskiy
Kotliarskiy (6)two sons in the army
Kozel
Kozhukhovskiy
Kravetskiy (3)related: Ostrovskiy
Kritsbargrelated: Blier
Krivetskiy
Kurinskiyone son in the army. Related: Dimerskiy
Kushnirskiy
Latovskiy (2)
Leltsitskiyone son in the army
Lemberskiy/Lembarskiy (2)
Levbarg (3)two sons in the army. Related: Kozel
Levitskiy
Lubomirskiy (8)one son in the army
Ludmirskiy (8)one son in the army.
Makalskiy (2)
Makovskiy (3)
Mandebarg/Mandibarg (3)one son in the army
Matsevich (2)one son converted
Mezhbarg
Ovrutskiy (14)
Pekorskiy/Pekarskiy (3)
Petrikovskiy (2)one son in the army. Related: Yanovskiy
Polonskiy (10)three sons in the army. Related: Kotliarskiy.
Rabinskiy (2)one son in the army
Radovskiy (2)
Rokhvalskiy/Rakhvalskiy (5)
Rozovskiy
Sagalovskiyson left to Yasnogorodka in 1880
Samovskiy
Shabashkevich (4)
Sheinbreit
Sigalovskiy (4)one son in the army
Sirkin
Sklovskiy (2)one son in the army
Stoliarskiy
Svetskiy
Taver (6)two families became farmers in 1855s`
Tsimbarg/Tsinbarg (10)two sons in the army. Related: Makalskiy
Vaisbarg/Vaizbargone son in the army
Vakshteinone son in the army
Velednitskiy (2)
Velidnitskiyfamily became farmers in 1855
Velitskiy (3)one son in the army
Vinitskiy (3)

Borodianka in May 1858 census

Borodianka Name Index Census 1858

This census from Borodianka, Kiev district as compiled on May 30, 1858.

There were 437 males and 462 females recorded as living in 111 households.

It was signed by trustee Nukhim Leib Khaitin, tax collector co-author Moshko Khazan, 2nd co-author Ios Merzliak, rabbi Bentsian Chernikhovskiy.

The numbers indicate how many households shared the same family name


Family NameNotes
Aisenberg (6)one fled
Avrutskiy
Bagrashovich
Bomshtein
Budnitskiy (3)two sons in the army
Byk/Bik
Bykovone son in the army, one was recorded in Ignatovka
Cherniakhovskiy (2)
Cherniavskiyone son in the army
Chervinskiy
Davidzonfamily became merchants and moved to Vasilkov
Finkler
Galinskiyone son in the army
Galper (4)family became farmers in 1852
Greben (2)family became farmers in 1855
Grinbarg (3)one family became farmers in 1857, two sons in the army
Kaganovskifamily left in 1879
Kaganovskiy (5)in one family: one son in the army, one fled
Khabarov
Khaikinone son in the army
Khaitin (5)one son fled
Khatsanskiy (3)
Khazan (5)
Korchemskiy (2)
Kotliarskiy (3)one father fled, two of the sons fled
Kozakov (2)two sons in the army
Kozinskiy
Kraidman
Kronfeld
Krupnikfamily became farmers in 1855
Kushnirskiy
Lazebnik (2)one son in the army
Lev
Maiurskiy/Malurskiyone son fled, one in the army
Mas
Maslovich
Merzliakone son in the army
Morgulis (2)one son in the army
Nak
Ostrovskiy
Ovrutskiy
Pechenyi (2)related: Vinokur
Prozumentfamily became farmers in 1858
Pruger
Rapoport (2)related to Mints
Reznitskiy (2)one son in the army
Roisenfaldabsent. Related: Korchemskiy
Rusakovskiy
Sagalovskiy
Sapozhnikone son in the army
Shcherbinskiyone brother fled
Shpunfather and one son absent
Shtembarg
Shtikelone brother converted, one fled
Sigalovskiy
Sirkisfamily fled
Sogolovskiy
Tolchinskiy
Tsianovskiy/Tsiyanovskiy (3)one son in the army
Tsifinskiy
Tulchinskiy
Vainshtokfamily fled
Vaizbargone son in the army, one fled
Vinokur
Yatrovskiy
Yavrilskiy/Yavriyskiy (?)
Yerusalimskiy (3)related: Zhorskiy
Zhuk (3)one son in the army, one fled

Gostomel in May 1858 census

Gostomel Name Index Census 1858

This census from Gostomel, Kiev district as compiled on May 30, 1858.

There were 215 males and 243 females recorded in 67 households.

It was signed by rabbi Moshko Gostomelskiy, trustee Borus (L?)aichenko and census authors Itsko Kozarovskiy, Mordko Ovsey Gostomelskiy, tax collector Moshko Bir Kravetskiy.

The numbers indicate how many households shared the same family name


Family NameNotes
Brener
Dimirskiy/Dymerskiy (2)
Dondik (2)one son fled
Galpershteinone son in the army. One moved to Yasnogorodka in 1880.
Gamarnikone brother in the army
Gokhbarg
Gorilyk/Gorilik
Gorlykfather and one son moved to Talnoe in 1880
Gorovskiy
Gostomelskiy (7)in one family, one brother converted, one son in the army
Khaichenko (3)
Khaitsenko
Khelemskiyfamily became farmers in 1856
Korchevskiy (2)
Kotliarskiy
Kozarovitskiy (2)one son moved to Vasilkov
Kravets
Kravetskiy
Kritsevskiy
Lazarov
Litenbarg
Litvinov (4)one son in the army
Malogolovkin (2)one in the army
Naroditskiy
Novakovfamily became farmers in 1858 and combined with another Novakov family in 1858.
Nozhnitskiyone son in the army
Osadchiy (3)one son converted, one in the army. In one family, one brother with children became farmers in 1855.
Pribysh (4)one in the army
Shataikobecame farmers in 1856
Skliarevskiy (2)
Slobodnichenko (2)
Slobodnitskiy
Spektorovskiy
Vaisbarg (4)
Varshavchik (2)
Yablunovskiy
Zabarskiy
Zhukov

Dymer in May 1850 census

Dymer Name Index Census 1858

This census from Dymer, Kiev district as compiled on May 30, 1858.


Family NameNotes
Anievskiy
Belshun/Belmun (?)one son in the army
Berezovskiy
Blinder
Budovskiyone son in the army
Dimeretsfamily became farmers in 1853
Furman
Glibovskiyfled
Gontsar
Gutkovskiy
Kagan (2)family became farmers in 1854
Kopeikin (4)
Labkovskiy
Litvinov (2)one family became farmers in 1858
Mets
Ofman (3)one family became farmers in 1851. In another, one son in the army
Orlovskiyone son in the army
Orshanskiymerchant family
Portnoy (2)one family became farmers in 1856
Prusak
Sidelskiy
Skharievich
Syrotovskiy/Sirotovskiy
Tolokunskiy
Yashinskiy
Zaiaruzniyone son in the army