Ujlaki Gyorgy <ujlaki.gyorgy@...>
melody gross <email@example.com> 1998.10.29. 10:18:53 +2h-kor irta:
Let me make my answer public, since, I hope, it may be subject of general
@ Has this Jewish census of 1735-1738 survived?
Not only it survived, but was published in:
Monumenta Hungariae Judaica. Magyar-Zsido Okleveltar. Vol. VII. Ed. Grunwald
Fulop and Sandor Scheiber. Budapest, 1963. 864.p.
It includes the following chapters:
1. Preface: Grunwald Fulop and Sandor Scheiber, Settlement of Hungarian Jews
in the first half of the XVIIIth Century.
2. Intoduction: Gyozo Ember, National Conscriptions of Hungarian Jews in the first
half of the XVIIIth Century.
3. Jewish Conscriptions of 1725-1726
4. Jewish Conscriptions of 1727-1728
5, Jewish Conscriptions of 1735-1739
6, Jewish Conscriptions of 1743-1745
7. Jewish Conscriptions of 1746-1748
Index (to place, but not names).
@ Are people listed by towns?
Lists are by old counties (varmegye), then in order of towns, villages, hamlets (not
@ Are Jews listed w/o surnames? probably.
They are listed by old names. E.g. in Slavic speaking areas (East Hungary), name
and fathers's name plus -ovics: Abraham Herskovics, Volff Zelmanovics, Markus
In German speaking areas (W.Hungary): name and father's name: Lebl Mojses,
Wolfgangus Izrael, Salamon Michll. Sometimes occupation is given: Ebedt
Fleischhaker, Cain Schreiber, Tretsll Sneider, place of origin: Isaac Turkischer,
Hirsl Hollesan, Jommel Slezinger. Some have Hungarian surnames: Jacob
Kossuth (Vag Ujhel-Vagujhely), Abraham Voros, Slovak surnames: Wolff Vlcsek,
Abraham Viszoky, Hersl Midlac.
@ Does anyone currently have access to this census?
I have this book, if you need look up, write me!
@ Are the Jewish censuses of 1785 and 1787 available? Where? Are people
listed by towns? Anyone into these now?
I think that has not been published yet. The Jewish Consription of 1767/1768 was
Monumenta Hungariae Judaica. Magyar-Zsido Okleveltar. Vol. XVI. Ed. Sandor
Scheiber. Budapest, 1974. 566.p.
The order of lists is the same as above.