Need help reading 1874 Belarus (Nesvizh) census #belarus
I am pretty sure that I found the 1874 Nesvizh census record for my Pasamanick family on FamilySearch.
(The reason that I am not sure is that it is not in English.)
It can be found at Revision lists; ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9TK-6H12?i=222 (familysearch.org)
The record is on page 223 (left side)
This record comes from NHABMinsk/333/9/906 (Minsk Archives)
FHL 1792210/item 1
JewishGen gives the following information:
name father position age
Leyba Girsh head 42
Abram Yankel Leyba son 15
Binyamin Mikhel Leyba son 12
Vulf Leyba son 9
Girsh Leyba son 6
Zelik Leyba son 3
Brokha wife 40
As far as I can tell, Brokha seems to be listed in the next grouping with a young girl.
I would like to know if the record on Family Search gives any extra information that is not in Jewish Gen.
I'd appreciate any help that you can offer.
New Jersey, USA
Researching PASAMANICK (Belarus), LEYT/ LEIT (Nesvizh, Belarus), LUKIN/ KOZLIN/ GOODSITE (Slutsk, Belarus),
JACOBSOHN/ LEVENSOHN/ LEVENTHAL, NEVATZEN, FINESHREIBER (Jelgava, Latvia), ROTH (Neibylec, Poland),
ADER (Blazowa, Poland), LANGER/ PETERFREUND (Nowy Sacz, Poland - then Austria), PLATZER (Gorlice, Poland),
HOLLANDER (Poland), GOLDSAND (Tarnow, Poland).