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Yanov merchants in October 1850

Yanov Vital Records Name list 1850

This is the index of of residents from Yanov, Litin district as compiled on October 28, 1850.

This list contains merchant families. There were 3 merchant households with 23 males and 32 females recorded.

Numbers indicate how many families shared the same last name.

Family NameNotes
Faintsimer3rd guild merchants, family came from Ulanov in 1850
Shleminsoncame from bourgeois class of the same community, became 3rd guild merchants in 1840
Tsimermancame from bourgeois class of the same community, became 3rd guild merchants in 1840

Yanov artisans in October 1850

Yanov Vital Records Name list 1850

This is the index of of residents from Yanov, Litin district as compiled on October 25, 1850.

This list contains artisan families. There were 72 artisan households with 174 males and 217 females. It was signed by census authors Gershko Shlafrak, Govshiya Gudis, Moshko Chitska.

Numbers indicate how many families shared the same last name.

Family NameNotes
Alman
Alterzon
Beiderone relative in the army, one fled
Beigelman
Braitmanwidow
Bublik
Burd
Burdman (3)
Dorf
Fishmanone son fled
Gad
Geer
Gluzman
Goikhman
Gorbatyi
Irlikh/[Erlikh]one in the army
Itesman
Kartser/Kirtser
Kerfman (2)one of the sons fled in 1848, one in the army
Khaitrelated: Cherepashinets (one son in the army)
Kirzhner (2)came from bourgeois class to artisans
Kleiman (2)
Kletserman
Koltun (2)
Kop
Kopytman/Kopitman
Krifmanone son in the army
Laibelmanone fled
Laifman/Leitman (2)two grandsons fled in 1848
Liverant
Loiferone grandson in the army
Luberone fled
Lysyi/Lysiy (2)one nephew in the army
Nudelman
Paikis/Paikes (2)
Pantofleman
Partula
Rybak/Ribak
Sandler (2)family fled in 1835. Related: Gushchinets
Sapozhnik
Shamis
Shekhter
Shikerman
Shirman
Shister
Shkolnik
Shlafrak/Shliafrak (3)
Shmuklercame from bourgeois class to artisans
Shnaider
Shteiselone son in the army
Shtimer
Shvartsman
Sima
Smetana
Surkestwo in the army
Toitsyn
Topmanone son in the army
Tsinman
Zilban
Zisisone brother in the army

Yanov bourgeois residents in October 1850

Yanov Vital Records Name list 1850

This is the index of of residents from Yanov, Litin district as compiled on October 30, 1850.

This list contains bourgeois families. There were 317 households recorded with 797 males and 935 females.

Numbers indicate how many families shared the same last name.

Family NameNotes
Abramzon
Aizenberg
Altgoiz (3)one fled related: Altuz
Altman
Ares
Baitelman
Bams/Ba(li/sh/m)smost absent
Bantshatsone fled, one in the army
Beilikhis/Belikhes (2)one son in the army
Beker
Bender
Bendit (2)one fled
Benkhin
Berman (2)one in the army, one son fled
Bershtein (3)two in the army
Berzon (2)one fled. Related: Miler
Blekhone in the army
Blekhmanone in unknkown absense
Blinder
Bluimanone son fled
Bodnar
Boverman (2)
Brainis/Branis (2)
Bresler (2)
Broidman
Broitmanone in the army. Related: Beigelman (separated into own household in 1852)
Brokh
Brokhshtutone in the army
Bublik
Burdone in the army
Cherepashinets (2)one son in the army
Daenone son moved to Staraya Siniava
Dikler
Dilman (3)two in the army, one fled. one moved from #232, in 1853 added back to #232. Related: Gitkis
Dolt/Doit (?)
Doltisone fled, one in the army
Draitsel
Faliksson fled
Falikzon
Farbir/[Farber]
Felman (4)one brother fled, two in the army. Related: Gister (one in the army)
Firdman/[Ferdman]
Freidisrelated: Dezhurnyi
Frimer
Gaishtut (2)
Galivets
Gefter (2)one son in 1851 moved to wife's family (#208)
Geiligman (2)In one family father and one son fled, in another son moved to Vinnitsa in 1857
Gelfand
Gelferone in the army
Gershel
Gershenzon (7)one family became merchants, one son fled
Gilkis
Gilman
Giltselbarg/Gimzilbarg (?)
Gitbinder
Gitestwo in the army
Gitisfamily became farmers in village Kamenovka, Litin district in 1847
Gitliar
Gitman (3)one brother sentenced to army service, one son in the army. Related: Topshun
Gleizer
Glinskiy/Glynskiy
Gluzman
Gluzmanone absent
God
Goikhman (2)
Goizman (2)
Golbgoiz (5)in one family, two in the army, one in unknown absense
Golbson
Goldbarg
Goldfeldthree sons became farmers in 1836, two nephews in unknown absense
Goldmanone son in the army
Goliak
Goloskov (2)
Goltsman
Gozman
Gudis
Ikhteiman (6)
Irlikhone in the army
Kadysh/Kadishone fled
Kaliner
Kaltgoiz
Kantwo in the army
Kanarik/Kamarik (?)two fled
Kats
Katsev
Kecherone in the army.
Kemel
Khaikis
Khazin (2)
Khinkisone in the army, one absent
Khirdisson absent
Kholbarg (2)one family moved to Berdichev
Khulis
Khunisone in the army
Khusid/[Khasid]one brother sentenced to army service. Related: Veitsman
Kiperman
Kleiner (3)one son fled, one son converted
Klid (2)one fled, one in the army
Klirel (2)one a.k.a. Klirelman, one absent
Kneler
Kolker
Kopels
Kordeliver
Kravetsfamily in unknkown absense
Kucher (2)
Kuris
Kurivone fled. Related: Stoliar
Kvasha (2)one moved to family #13
Laibinzon
Lapshun
Laptin
Liftmanthree sons in unknown absense. One brother moved to Vinnitsa in 1857
Lipison (2)one moved to Kamenka in 1835. One father a.k.a. Uler
Lirker
Litvak (3)one moved to famioly #245, one in the army, one converted
Loiber
Loifman
Maergoiz
Maersone fled
Magid (4)
Magidzonone fled
Mailinzon/Maishenzon (?)
Makher
Malamid (2)
Malis (2)
Mamit
Mandelcame from Medzhibozh
Marantsfamily came from Medzhibozh, one son in the army
Matlis (2)one son in unknkown absense, in another family one son in the army
Medrishrelated: Vilman
Mesterone fled
Michnik
Milman
Mintsisfled
Mitler/Mytler
Moishenzon
Neimanone brother in unknown absense, another in the army, one son converted
Oifa
Oizertwo sons in the army. Related: Triger, Plashch
Oks
Palatnik
Pavlivker
Pendel
Perel (3)
Perelmanfamily came from Medzhibozh
Pikover
Pilminikfamily fled in 1843
Pochetverik (2)
Podlibnis (2)moved to family #198
Podlubnisone in the army
Pomirtsistwo fled in 1848
Popievker
Prilukson in the army
Punym/Punim
Pustilnikone in the army
Redno (2)two sons in the army. One duplicate record
Reizman
Roifa
Roisengoizone fled, one in the army
Roiter
Roitman
Roizman (6)two in the army
Rubinshtein
Salnik
Shafir
Shamisfled
Shapir
Shatava
Shats (2)
Sheinman
Sheintsimerone brother with son fled, two nephews in the army
Shekhterone in the army
Shifisrelated: Shifris
Shilt
Shinder (3)one fled
Shkolnik
Shliovinsonfamily became merchants
Shlugerone brother fled, one in the army
Shmudler
Shmukler (4)one family became artisans, in another two sons in the army, in third one fled
Shoikhid/[Shokhet] (2)
Shor
Shpinerfled
Shtarker
Shteiman
Shteinbarg (2)
Shteinman
Shtekelmanone in the army. Related: Shtekel
Shtimer
Shtroimanfamily came from Medzhibozh, father converted
Shukher
Shvartsberg
Sima
Sirota
Slepoy
Soifer (2)in 1851 one son separated into his own household
Tekia/Tekiyarelated: Gefter
Tkach
Toizer
Topman (2)one family became merchants in 1850
Treibich
Trestel
Trubka
Tsetskis
Tsimerman (5)one family became merchants in 1840, one in the army. One son separated in 1857 into own household.
Tsindlikht (2)
Tsirilman
Udler (2)two families became farmers in 1847, one of them moved to Kamenovka, Litin dist.
Uler
Unknkown/Yoizipov#276 Yudko son of Yoizip 59 y.o. (43 previoiusly)
his wife Rukhlia daughter of Itsko 19 y.o. and son Itsko 2 y.o.
Unknown/Khaimov#271 Shmul son of Khaim, died in 1836. He was 67 y.o. previoiusly.
His wife Khana, 78 years old. His son Yos, 44 years old.
Unknown/Srulev#273 Srul son of Srul, 52 y.o. (35 previoiusly).
His wife Gudia daughter of Govshey, 42 y.o.
His sons: Avrum 24 (with son Yos, 3 y.o.), Yudka (fled, was 2 y.o. previously),
Khaim 8 y.o. His daughter Nesia 8 y.o. Avrum's wife Tsipra daughter of Elia, 25 y.o.
Urishis
Vainshtein
Vaisburd (2)
Vaiserone in the army
Vakhtman
Vaksir/[Vakser]one in the army
Varimbergone in unknown absense
Vatsrelated: Gilerman, Kheinis
Vinokurnik
Vizinshtein
Yusim (3)one fled
Zakman
Zatsmantwo in the army
Zeilidzon
Zilberg
Zitser
Zlotnik

2022 Progress update

While the 2022 was a very strange year, the work of genealogy indexing have never stopped.

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Cherkasy 1906 home owners list

Cherkasy Name Index Census 1906

This is index of homeowners from town Cherkasy, Cherkasy district compiled in year 1906.

Balakhovskiy
Beliavskiy
Belotserkovskiy
Ben, Meer
Berezinskiy
Bereznitskiy
Boguslavskiy
Brusilovskiy
Bukholtsev
Dikler
Dinershtein
Drabovskiy
Dunaevskiy
Eberman
Enkeles
Erusalimskiy
Fastovskiy
Ginter
Gorodetskiy
Grinblat
Izrailevskiy
Kalnitskiy
Kapitanovskiy
Kats
Khersonskiy
Klevanskiy
Kolodkin
Kroshenbaum
Kvitnitskiy (2)
Lantsuzskiy
Lazaris
Lemberskiy
Lubarskiy
Malkin
Manusovyi
Melikovskiy
Melnikov
Mosko/Mos'ko
Ostrovskiy
Poliakin
Raisberg
Razdolskiy
Rubinshtein
Shapira
Shapirovskiy
Shmukler
Sigalov
Smolov
Udodovskiy
Umanskiy
Vaisberg
Vanskiy
Vinar
Vinitskiy
Vladovskiy (2)
Z..ritskiy
Zhitomirskiy
Zhivotovskiy (2)
Zimanskiy

Motyzhin miscellaneous censuses 1850-1852

Motyzhin Name Index Census 1850-1853

These individuals appear in various censuses from Motyzhin, Vasilkov district compiled during 1850-1853.


DateFamily NameNotes
November 9, 1850Polonskiybelongs to family #1
January 31, 1851Lipnitskiywere missed, belong to family #9
March 17, 1851Lipnitskiy3rd guild merchants
March 29, 1851Spitkovskiy #14
March 29, 1851Shakhnovetskiy#24
March 29, 1851Tevush#11
March 29, 1851Voskoboinik#12
May 1851Unknown2 households, females only.
Last names cannot be determined
April 22, 1851Londonbelongs to family #2
April 22, 1851Makarevichfamily #6
April 22, 1851Obukhovskiyfamily #15
April 22, 1851Poliskiy#20
April 22, 1851Kanevskiy#23
April 22, 1851Unknown (2)females only
April 22, 1851Sakhnovskiybelongs to family #24
March 25, 1852Makarevich#18
July 29, 1852Voskoboinik
November 20, 1853Markinnewcomers, added to this community.
One of the brothers was previously sentenced for wondering around

Motyzhin residents in October 1850

Motyzhin Name Index Census 1850

This census from Motyzhin, Vasilkov district was compiled on October 28, 1850.

It was signed by elected officials Avrum Makarevich and Aron Tevush.


Family Name
Barashkov - newcomers
Belenkiy
Belogorodskiy
Berchenko
Cherniavskiy - in 1857 family moved to Vasilkov and became 3rd guild merchants
Gladshtein
Kanevskiy (2) - one family newcomers
Koliakov
Lipnitskiy
London - one son became farmer in colony Obulkhovich, Radomysl dist., and in 1856 returned to bourgeois class.
Makarevich (2) - in one family, two sons moved to Priluki, Poltavba gov., in 1853
Obukhovskiy
Polinskiy
Polonskiy
Sakhnovskiy - newcomers
Spitkovskiy
Voskoboinik - family in unknown absense
Yolberkh
Zavodskiy