Ukraine SIG #Ukraine comments; surnames of people of Mogilev Jewish community; 1848 #ukraine


Vladimir
 

Dear Researchers


These are surnames of people of Mogilev Jewish community, mentioned in
a metrical book with death records made in the year 1848.

Let me make a few comments:

In the metrical book there are both Russian version of records and
Yidish version of the records. I read them in Russian language.

Totally there are 443 records;

33 surnames it was impossible to read, but there were Yidish version
of the records and it is possible to see spellings in Yidish language;

23 surnames it was difficult to read and the symbol "?" was put in the
list by me where a letter (letters) could not be read;

These are 23 surnames that it was difficult to decipher
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????linter, ???kel, ???tichka, ??khin, ??virmon, B?????, Brayli???,
Brizil?sher, Day?, Dokt?? (possibly Doktor), Faynmo?, Freyd?, Kitsi?,
Popiv??, Shaz??, Shterinb???, Tarniko???, Tsim??ler, Volfinz??,
Zaklio?, Zhi????, Zhito???, Zvo?tser
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This is an alphabetical list of the surnames, mentioned in a metrical
book with death records for the year 1848 (Jewish community of
Mogilev-Podolsky).

A
Abramovich, Aksinfeld, Aksinfeld, Alchidayev, Alperin, Arbir (aka
Istser), Artilchik, Ayzingart, Azarinets, Azarinets, Azarinets

B
Balibon, Bar, Baran (aka Gartman), Barandes, Barap (or Baran), Barats,
Bardi, Barg (2), Barmat, Baslik, Bayder, Bench, Bendel (or Bondol),
Berik (2), Berinshteyn (2), Beyn, Bik (3), Bilenkis, Bilirant,
Binshteyn (or Blishteyn), Blank (3), Blishteyn (or Binshteyn),
Blitshteyn, Bokh, Bondriver, Boron (Baron), Boslik, Braylav,
Bronsboym, Bronshteyn (2), Bur (Boor), Burd (Boord), Burishekhis (2),
Burlatsky;

C
Chartsis (2), Chichilnik;

D
Danilikhis, Darkhiver (2), Daych, Dayn, Dorf;

E
Efter (2), Eydis, Eyzinshteyn (2);

F
Farber, Feldman, Fermon, Feyder (2), Fikhman, Filesht, Fingirit,
Fishman, Flantsboym (2), Flekil, Fleydervish, Frenzel, Freyd, Fridman;

G
Gart (Hart), Gartilman (Hartilman), Gartman (aka Baran), Geler, Geler,
Gelman (Helman) (2), Gelzayd (Helzayd), Gertsinshteyn (Hertsinshteyn),
Gilerman (Hilerman), Ginesin (Hinesin), Ginshport (Hinshport),
Gleyser, Gleysir, Gold, Goldinbarg (3), Goldinshteyn, Goliberdie,
Goliberdy, Gologorsky, Goltik Gonta (Honta), Gopotivsky, Gordin
(Hordin) (2), Gorel (Horel), Goykhman (Goytman), Goytingolts, Gratser,
Grinbarg (2), Grop (Hrop), Groynim, Guralnik (Huralnik);

H
Hart (Gart), Hartilman (Gartilman), Helman (Gelman), Helzayd
(Gelzayd), Hertsinshteyn (Gertsinshteyn), Hilerman (Gilerman), Hinesin
(Ginesin), Hinshport (Ginshport), Honta (Gonta), Hordin (Gordin),
Hordin (Gordin), Horel (Gorel), Hrop (Grop), Huralnik (Guralnik);

I
Istser (Arbir), Istsir (or Letsir), Itskovich, Iver (2);

K
Kabirman, Kabrin, Kagan (Kahan) (5), Kagansky, Kalishnik, Kandel,
Karp, Karpinsky, Kats (3), Kerzhner, Khayt (2), Khenmon, Khusid,
Khuvis, Kigil, Kitsis, Klerils, Kliminik, Kobolter, Kohan, Koozmis
(Kuzmis), Kopilioshnik (Sheynis), Kots (Kats), Krasilivsky, Krasner,
Krimener (2), Krivonogy, Kronfeld, Kupinsky, Kuzmis (Koozmis) (2),
Kvasman (4);

L
Landa (2), Lapidis, Lashchivir, Letsir (or Istsir), Levitis,
Leyzerson, Lifshits, Liminik (2), Lis, Litvak, Livirant, Lutchinets
(Luchinets);

M
Magilnik, Mak (or Mok), Mar, Mar (or Shar), Marants, Margulis,
Marshilik, Maydinbarg, Menia-Leye (age 45, wife of Koslir Volko),
Mergulies (Margulis), Meyler
Milis, Milrud (Milrood);

N
Nag, Nimiysky, Nishuma, Novig, Novik, Nudilman;

O
Ogosin, Overbokh, Ozarinets;

P
Pak, Palatnik, Pebikh, Pigorsky, Pik, Pipka (Papka), Pogorelsky,
Popivka, Povlosky, Pristav, Privis:

R
Rabinovich, Rafilovich, Rashiansky, Rashkan (Rashkin), Rashkiv,
Rashkovsky, Ratman, Reshal, Reyzilman, Rogorivker, Roysinblat,
Roysinfeld, Roytbarg (2), Roytman (4), Roytman (Roytmon), Royzin,
Royzinblit, Royzinfeld, Royzinshteyn, Ruvin;

S
Saltsman (Zaltsman), Sandler, Satkovits, Seyder, Shamis (2), Shamshin,
Shapira (3), Shar (or Mar), Shats, Shef, Shenker, Sher (2), Sheynis,
Sheynis (Kopilioshnik), Sheyvis (3), Shikhman, Shiminovich
(Shimanovich), Shinel, Shistir, Shkolnik, Shliomovich, Shmukler,
Shmukliar (3), Shor (3), Shoykhet, Shprintsis, Shrayer, Shtrakhshteyn,
Shtrakhshteyn, Shtrombarg, Shuf (Shoof) (2), Shvarts (4), Silkis,
Sirkis, Siroka (2), Sirokir, Sitkovits, Siviboridy,
Siviboroda, Sokh (2), Sokoveynsky, Sos (2), Soyfer, Soyferman, Spivak,
Stal, Starts, Stashik, Stoliarman, Stolirman (3);

T
Tartikov, Tendler (2), Tkach (2), Tolchin (2), Torgovnik (2),
Tornovsky (Tarnavsky), Toyber, Toybir, Toyter, Trakhtinbarg, Treyger,
Troygir, Tsimbler, Tsimblir, Tumashpiler, Turchak, Turchin (2),
Tversky;

U
Urilis

V
Vantrob (Wantrob), Vayn (Wayn, Vine), Vaynshteyn (Waynshteyn), Vays
(Ways), Vays (Weis), Vaysin (Waysin, Vaysintkach), Veykhman (or
Veytman), Veykhman (Weykhman), Vilshteyn (or Valshteyn), Vinikur (2),
Virnikov, Volfinson, Voskoboynik, Vulikh (or Vulit);

W
Waintrob (Vayntrab), Wantrob (Vantrob), Wayn (Vine, Vayn), Waynshteyn
(Vaynshteyn), Ways (Vays) (2), Waysin (Vaysin, Vaysintkach), Weykhman
(Veykhman);

Y
Yadishliver, Yanishkis, Yanishkis, Yankeliovich, Yarishiv, Yarusky,
Yastirman, Yefim, Yoelson, Yosim, Yukht, Yurista, Yusim, Yusiuvich (or
Yosiovich);

Z
Zaltsman (Saltsman), Zats, Zaydinbarg (2), Zeyliger.

end of the list

Best regards, Vladimir

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