Re: נושא חן. #belarus
There is facebook site for Shklov (Jewish Families from Shklov, Belarus) and a researcher who maintains an open google drive with the following lists. Maybe going through them you might find a name similar to that you are looking for.
I have been doing some work to collect and catalogue Shklov genealogical information and make it more accessible for researchers.
In this Google folder you will find a number of lists of Jews from Shklov that I have catalogued. I hope you find the information useful.
I am still working on a few more lists, but in the meantime, the folder includes the following information:
A full list of people buried in the Jewish cemetery in Shklov.
A list of the largest Jewish businesses in Shklov in 1902.
A list of Jews from Shklov mentioned in Mogilevskie Gubernskie Vedomosti in 1907 & 1912.
A list of Jewish public workers from Shklov extracted from Mogilev Gubernia Memory Books published in 1864-1916.
A list of students of the Shklov Jewish Elementary School who studied military gymnastics in 1896/1897.
A list of Jews from Shklov who were given the certificate of a Melamed (teacher) in 1896 and 1900.
A list of Jewish professionals & businessmen from Shklov extracted from Mogilev Gubernia Memory Books published in 1864-1916.
A list of appointed Rabbis from Shklov extracted From Mogilev Gubernia Memory Books published in 1869-1913.
A full list of people buried with the Second Schklover Welfare Society in Beth David Cemetery and Washington Cemetery.
A full list of people buried with the Schklover Independent Benevolent Association in Mount Zion Cemetery.
A list of members of the Schklover Independent Benevolent Association.
A list of Shklov Gedmatch Numbers.
That looks pretty close to me. And I only looked at that one list (because it is the one that I found a potential relative of ours on it)