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Volkovinets bourgeois in January 1851 census

Volkovinets Census Name list 1851

This census from Volkovinets, Letichev district took place on January 30, 1851.

There were 282 males and 366 females living within 150 bourgeois households.

It was signed by authors Abramko Itskovich Khazin, Shimon Shevuvich Veitsbuk, Borukh Salevich Poliak, by state rabbi Gershko Khatskelevich Kakoruza and by elder (starosta) Lipa Elevich Zhavnyi.

The numbers indicate how many families shared the same last name.


Family NameNotes
Aisenbargone in the army. Part of the family under #117
Asenbargpreviously under #21
Bei
Bikman
Bronshtein
Burshtein (4)one family left to become farmers in 1839
Busnovetskiyone absent
Chovniktwo absent. Related: Shikhman
Fishbein (4)two absent
Fishbir (2)two absent
Fishgal
Galioz
Gambir
Gervits (3)
Gilshtein
Goldenbarg
Golshtein
Grimberg
Grinshpunone in the army. Related: Veshbok
Gumbar
Gumber (4)two in the army. Related: Gluz (also see #121)
Gumbergone absent
Gunbarg
Kagan (2)
Kaitwo in the army
Kakoruza/Kokoruza (3)one absent, part of the family under #118
Khazin (5)one absent, one in the army , some family members under #130 and 131
Kidish
Kirtsman (2)
Knur (4)family members also in families #132, 133
Knurik
Kofman (4)one family left to become farmers in 1839, one son absent.
Koifman (6)one absent, one in the army. Some family members in #120. Family left to become farmers in 1844
Kotliar
Krivoruk
Kvok
Lefman (2)some family members under #125
Leibovich
Leifman
Lekhtman
Lifshits
Livshits
Melman
Moshkovichtwo absent. Related: Shekhtman
Murlis
Nagarinabsent
Pinchman
Popikone in the army
Rosenbarg (3)some family members under #123, 124
Rosenberg
Rosentul/[Roisentool]
Rubinshtein (4)family members also under #129, 95; one in the army, some family members under #127 and 129
Shamis (2)
Shekhtman
Shikhman (2)some family members in family #119
Shikhtman
Shirmanrelated: Miltsin
Shmuner
Shpilman
Shtirbarg
Shvetsone absent
Sigalone in the army
Skliar
Sknyr/Sknirone absent
Soler/Soliar (2)some family members under #126
Sovny
Spektor
Tipir (2)one absent. Some family members under #128
Tsvokone absent
UnknownAbramko son of Khaim (30) with family
UnknownBeirish son of Yankel, 20 years old
UnknownDuvid son of Meer (47) with family
UnknownDuvid son of Meer with family
UnknownDuvid son of Yankel (40) with family
Unknownfamily of Khaim son of Yoivel
UnknownGeilikh son of Yankel, 41 years old with family. Also see family #122
UnknownGershko son of Shlema (23) with wife and two three absent brothers
UnknownGershun son of Khaim (58) with sons
UnknownGeshel (17) son of Abramko (son of Ios)
UnknownLeib Bir son of Fishel, with son
UnknownLeiba son of Meer, 53 years old with wife and daughters
UnknownShlema son of Gershko (33) with family
UnknownYankel son of Yoina, 23 years old
UnknownZelman son of Gershko, 25 years old
Vainbir
Vainerfather absent, one son in the army
Vainshteinfamily left to place Kalinovka
Vaisman
Vakstwo absent. Related: Knur
Verber
Vigdorovich
Zanvel
Migrants from Medzhibozh
Family NameNotes
Burd
Goldes
Grinshtein
Guzmanone absent
Fikstwo sons in the army, two absent
Fraibarg
Kesel
Leibisontwo absent
Mints
Poliakfather absent
Roikhbargfather exiled to Siberia, one son in the army
Shmakler
Spektor (2)two in the army. Some family members recorded under #149
Teper
UnknownDuvid son of Itsko (34) with wife.
Vinokur

Bustinovets bourgeois in January 1851

Butsinovets Census Name list 1851

This census from Butsinovets, Letichev district took place on January 30, 1851.

There were 85 males and 94 females living within 44 bourgeois households.

The numbers indicate how many families shared the same last name.


Family NameNotes
Abramovich
Belobrov
Bilik
Fiks
Goldenbarg
Gomerman
Guralniktwo in the army
Gurfink
Kats
Koifman (3)two absent fathers, one son in the army, two absent.
One family became farmers and left to place Zakrov Maidan,
Letichev(?) district in 1845.
Makogon (3)one absent
Nudelman (2)
Palatnik
Rapoport (11)one in the army, one absent.
In one family, some family members separated into their own household under #35.
Rozen
Segal
Shteinshnaderone in the army
Shubkesel
Shubkesel
Unknown/Bezprozvaniawithout last name
Migrants from Medzhibozh
Family NameNotes
Berenshtein
Fatilis (2)family split in two, under #42. One absent.
Lerner
Margosin (2)one son separated into his own household under #41
Rifman
Vainbarg (2)one in the army

Letichev merchants in January 1851

Letichev Census Name list 1851

This census from Letichev, Letichev district took place on January 30, 1851.

There were 32 males and 24 females living within 4 merchant households.

The numbers indicate how many families shared the same last name.


Family NameNotes
Averbukhcame from place Medzhibozh
Finkelshtein
Perelmiter
Rukhlincame from place Medzhibozh

Letichev artisans in January 1851

Letichev Census Name list 1851

This census from Letichev, Letichev district took place on January 30, 1851.

There were 109 males and 129 females living within 44 artisan households.

The numbers indicate how many families shared the same last name.


Family NameNotes
Aizenman
Belfer
Broitman
Bukhbindertwo absent
Dimer/Dinerone in the army
Erlikhmanone absent
Farber
Gislit
Gitelman
Gitman
Gluzman (2)one in the army
Goldshmit
Grinbarg (3)one father absent
Kesler
Khaitman
Kopelone in the army. Related: Kopelis (one absent)
Mezibezer
Mikhelzon
Patishman (2)
Presman
Roisenblit (2)
Rudman
Saltsgolts
Sandler (2)one absent
Sheindelman
Shindelman (3)one in the army, one absent
Shirman (2)
Shmid
Shnaidburd
Shpakone in the army
Shtivelman (2)one absent, related: Kats (one in the army)
Silkman
Takhman
Tisman
Vaisman
Vigdelman
Zaidmantwo in the army

Letichev district


PlaceRecordYears
Letichev Census 1851 merchants, artisans
Butsinovets Census 1851 bourgeois
Volkovinets Census 1851 bourgeois

Ovruch merchants in May 1858 census

Ovruch Census Name list 1858

This census from Ovruch, Ovruch district took place on May 25, 1858.

There were 77 males and 77 females living within 13 merchant households.

The numbers indicate how many families shared the same last name.


Family NameNotes
Bagraz
Dorfman
Feldblumcame from bourgeois
Fridmanone in the army
Gertsenshtein (3)one family came from bourgeois
Perelman (2)came from bourgeois
Reitblat
Rosenshtein (2)
Unknown
Vainbargcame from bourgeois
Zilberbrand

Ovruch bourgeois in May 1858 census

Ovruch Census Name list 1858

This census from Ovruch, Ovruch district took place on May 25, 1858.

There were 671 males and 796 females living within 360 bourgeois households.

It was signed by authors Abram Yannkelovich Mordukhovich Birger, Shmul Mevshovich Vainsbein, Yankel Mikhelevich Naisteter, Shimel Gersh Kaper and rabbi Mordukh Feldman.

The numbers indicate how many families shared the same last name.


Family NameNotes
Aizinberg (2)father absent, one in the army, one absent
Bagraz (3)three families became merchants
Berinbein (4)also written as Birinbein
Bezmanfamily became farmers
Birger (8)one in the army, one absent
Biribis
Birinberg (8)two absent, one in the army. Related: Feldman
Birmanrelated: Velednitskiy (became artisan)
Bokoliarone absent, two in the army. Related: Kiper
Bokuliarfather and son absent
Bragan
Braginskiy
Braverone in the army
Chernikhover
Dorfmantwo absent, one in the army, one family became farmers
Eidelshtein (20)seven sons absent, two in the army, related: Rudak (a.k.a. Eidelshtein)
Feldblum (3)two families became merchants
Feldman (20)one father absent, five sons in the army
Fishman (2)one father absent, one son absent
Forerabsent
Fraiman
Freidman (3)one corrected from Fridman
Freiman
Fridman (6)one family became merchants, two in the army, one absent. In one family father and son both absent.
Futerone became artisan
Gartsbein (4)
Gartsman (2)
Gelfand (3)
Gelfandbein (5)in 1858 one family moved to Troyanovo. One son absent.
Gen/[Gen'] (2)one son converted
Gendler (3)one father absent, one son in the army. Related: Gendelman
Gerinratone absent
Germantwo absent
Gershbein (3)one in the army
Gershnrat (2)family became merchants
Gertsenshtein (8)two families became merchants, in one family father and son absent
Giderman (2)one absent
Gimelman (3)
Ginzbarg (3)
Glozman
Goberman/Zoberman
Gozmanone in the army
Graber
Greberone absent
Grebermanfather and son absent. Related: Kaper (became artisan)
Grenetsone family absent since 1854
Grinbargone absent
Grinblat
Grinman (3)one in the army, one became artisan
Grinrat (2)
Grinshpan
Grozmanrelated: Braver (absent)
Gutman (8)one duplicate record (#197, 95)
Kalker
Kaper (2)a.k.a. Kelerman
Kaplanone absent, related: Geilinbarg
Kelermanfather and two sons absent. Related: Eidelshtein
Khabenskiyone absent
Khabnerrelated: Eidelshtein
Kiper
Kraizman (11)one in the army, one absent, related: Rosenbarg
Kraizrov (3)absent
Krein (2)
Kreinis
Kreinman (2)
Kreizmanfather absent
Kupermanfamily became merchants in Poltava governorate.
Two sons absent. Related: Feldman (absent)
Lantsmantwo absent
Leibmanone absent. Related: Kivman (two absent)
Lifshikfamily became merchants in Mozyr, Minsk governorate
Lifshits (2)
Likhter (2)one absent
Litvak
Magid (2)father absent. Related: Birger
Margulis (2)
Mzhen
Naiman (3)
Naimonone absent
Naivelt (3)one father a.k.a. Gartsbein. One absent.
Narinskiy (4)two duplicate records (#84, 111 and 203,232)
Naroditskiy (2)father a.k.a. Shuster. One absent.
Narynskiy
Ostrerone in the army, one absent
Ostrovskiy (2)one absent
Otkupchik (2)one in the army
Peitermanone absent
Perelman (6)all four families became merchants
Pivnikrelated: Morochnik (absent)
Pochtman
Pokolevskiy
Poliakone absent
Primakone absent
Roitblata.k.a. Dorfman. Two nephews converted.
Rosenman (10)one in the army
Rosenshtein (3)
Rosovskiy
Rozovskiy (2)one absent
Rudykh
Sheiner
Shekhtman (6)related: Beribis
Shnaider (2)duplicate records (#161, 222)
Shpektor (3)
Shraibmanone absent. Related: Vaisblat (absent)
Shukhman (2)one absent
Shulermanone in the army, one became artisan
Shulman
Skorodenskiy (3)one in the army. Related: Ketsler, Kaper
Spektor (2)father a.k.a. Peiterman
Stotland (5)one in the army, two absent
Tabakmakher (3)father and son both absent, one in the army
Tikhinskiyone in the army, one absent
Trakhtman (4)one in the army, duplicate record (164, 105)
Tupinskiy
Vainbarg (15)one family in unknown absence, three families became merchants, one absent.
Related: Gurman (one converted, one in the army, one absent)
Vainberg (6)related: Vainbarg
Vainblatone in the army, one absent
Vainderabsent
Vainsbandrelated: Kraizman
Vainshteinfather absent
Vaisband (9)two in the army, two absent, one family became farmers
Vaisblat (5)one absent
Vakser
Vaksler
Vaksmanone absent, one in the army
Valdman (4)two in the army, one absent. Related: Shpektor (absent)
Vander
Vaskerone in the army
Veksler (3)one in the army
Velednitskiy
Velpman
Vertmanrelated: Dorfman
Vortman (3)one family became farmers
Zilber
Zilberbrand (3)one absent, one in the army. Related: Futer
Zilist (4)
Zober