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Minsk Revision List 1811 - Part 1 #belarus


Vcharny@...
 

I compiled and transliterate >from Russian the list of
Jewish surnames >from Minsk, Belarus I found in
Revision List (Revizhskaya Skazka) 1811.
The copy of original document available on LDS
microfilm. The document count only male population,
entire family first time were represented in the revision
records in 1816 and I work with it now.

Jews of Minsk in the revisin were counted separately by
their estate and means of income: kuptsy, meshchane and
rukodel'niki.

Today I posted the list of Minsk Jewish meshchane 1811
(a year prior Napoleon invaded Russia).

Adlivank, Adlivanke, Agushes, Aksel'band, Aksel'rod
Aksenkrug, Altshuler, Ashkenazi, Ashkenozi, Bak
Bald, Bamar, Bamdas, Bampi, Bamshtein
Barad, Barakin, Baron, Barsar, Barshats
Barshch, Bart, Bartso, Bas, Batvinik
Baugen, Bayarsk, Beiles, Bekerman, Belnik
Bentsiyan, Bergkhman, Berkhman, Berkovich, Berlyand
Berman, Biberfel', Bir, Birbray, Birg
Birger, Birman, Birtso, Bogdanov, Bougen
Boyarsky, Bozun, Broide, Brone, Bronya
Broutman, Brud, Brudna, Chainik, Chartok
Chartov, Cheortov, Chernyakov, Chernyav, Dabushner
Dalberg, Davidov, Ditel', Dobershein, Dolpin
Draitser, Draizin, Dreitser, Dreizin, Dubershtein
Dukorer, Dultsin, Dunay, Eberil, Eberil
Edel'shtein, Eidel'berg, Eidel'man, Ekhnov, Ekshtein
Elkes, Elnik, El'nik, Entin, Epelbam
Epel'baum, Epilbam, Epolbam, Epshtein, Erman
Fail, Fain, Farshait, Feler, Ferdgant
Fest, Fidel', Fiderfain, Finkel', Finkelshtein
Fish, Fisher, Fishman, Fiskin, Fleish
Flider, Freid, Freinkel', Fridland, Frik
Frulyarman, Fundator, Fundiler, Futer, Futer
Gaiman, Gainer, Galdgor, Galperin, Gal'prn
Gamburg, Garadets, Garden, Garmize, Gatov
Gaukhman, Geft, Geim, Gekht, Gelber
Gel'bin, Gel'man, Gendes, Getsov, Getsovich
Gildin, Ginsbarg, Ginzburg, Girshgorin, Glaikhengauz
Glaikhengous, Glaikhingaus, Gleiberg, Glider, Gloikhingauz
Gloz, Goberman, Goldbarg, Goldgor, Goldin
Gor, Gorden, Gordin, Gozenput, Graiver
Greder, Gredgrod, Grinbarg, Gringouz, Gringrad
Grinshpan, Grozov, Gruden, Grudfest, Grukes
Grundfest, Grunfest, Grunt, Grushke, Guba
Gurevich, Gurevits, Gurvits, Gutman, Igronits
Igumener, Iserovich, Izakov, Kagan, Kaiburg
Kaidan, Kaltgrad, Kamar, Kantarovich, Kaplan
Kaplon, Karabenik, Karp, Kashdan, Kats
Katsin, Kazdan, Keiler, Kemel', Keshl?
Khaetin, Khamikh, Khaneles, Kharik, Kharir
Kharkhas, Kharlap, Kharlip, Khatovner, Khayutin
Khigerovich, Khorlip, Khudak, Khurges, Kin
Klaper, Kleinman, Kletses, Klibtsan, Klyorin
Kneler, Kofmanov, Kopengogin, Koplan, Koplon
Korebenik, Korp, Kotsin, Kozdan, Krasnapyorka
Kreindel', Kreitser, Krepkh, Krigel', Kruger
Krum, Kugel', Kukoin, Kuksin, Kuper
Kurdsin, Kutser, Ladar, Landreiz, Lapidus
Lautski, Lebents, Lebonya, Leboshits, Leder
Ledvich, Ledvits, Leibman, Leibmin, Leif
Leifer, Leifman, Lekekh, Lekhovsky, Lekhterman
Lempert, Levik, Levin, Levit, Levitan
Levitas, Levitesh, Libashits, Liber, Liboshits
Lidrokh, Lifshin, Lifshits, Lipever, Lipman
Liptsan, Livet, Lontsman, Loufer, Loufter
Lozo, Luboshits, Lundin, Lungen, Lyakhovski
Lyakhovsky, Lyuboshits, Maizel', Maizels, Maizel's
Margoles, Margolis, Marshak, Maryashin, Meltser
Mel'tser, Milts, Minen, Mintsker, Mirkes
Miskind, Molet, Mopsikov, Mordikan, Munvez
Murevich, Murkes, Muskin, Myskin, Naiman
Naum, Noime, Noufekh, Odel'berg, Oderzukh
Oksenkrug, Oksinkrug, Onmuter, Orim, Otsep
Padmaz, Padnos, Paleyes, Paleyez, Palyak
Paperne, Papernie, Patotsiner, Perilman, Peril'man
Perles, Perlis, Perlman, Pernikov, Pesin
Pet', Pildan, Pildon, Pilnits, Pines
Plisan, Plishan, Plotkes, Poleyes, Polke
Polotsk, Polyak, Pons, Poperne, Prais
Pres, Prives, Privin, Prizant, Puner
Rabinov, Rabinovich, Raby, Radman, Rakovchik
Rakover, Ramanov, Rautshtein, Rauzen, Rauzenberg
Ridel'?, Rikhter, Ritinband, Rivkes, Rivkes
Rod, Rodkin, Rog, Romanov, Rotne
Roukhgandler, Rouzenberg, Rozenberg, Rubenchik, Rubenok
Rubilok, Rubin, Rubinok, Rubinov, Rubinovich
Ruder, Ruderman, Rudin, Ruditser, Rudzitser
Rumer, Ruzin, Sagalovich, Sallmonov, Samsonov
Sandak, Sapira, Sarnov, Sekt, Shadkhan
Shafer, Shafer, Shafir, Shafira, Shak
Shapir, Shapira, Shapirovich, Shapunes, Shapyra
Shatkhan, Shatkhin, Shavel'zon, Shavilzon, Shein
Shekhter, Sheldin, Shelipyan, Shelpyan, Sherkh
Sherman, Shif, Shifel', Shiftel', Shimenov
Shiter, Shlepyan, Shlik, Shlozburg, Shlyaif
Sholts, Shpira, Shtein, Shteingauz, Shteinshnaider
Shterin, Shtila, Shtol, Shtrom, Shulder
Shuldiner, Shulkind, Shultser, Shvarts, Shveidel'
Shveindel', Shvindel', Slepyan, Slobotkin, Slousts
Sollmonov, Sollomonov, Sonkin, Soskin, Sprises
Srednik, Srednik, Strises, Stsirin, Symkovich
Tankhilevich, Tankhilovich, Tarokan, Tones, Tsailengold
Tseitles, Tselesk, Tsetel's, Tsetles, Tsilrin
Tsiperov, Tsiperovich, Tsiperovin, Tsipes, Tsipin
Tsipkin, Tsirlin, Tsitrin, Tsitron, Tsitviron
Tsives, Tsivin, Tslen, Tsomkin, Tsukerman
Tumim, Uzlyan, Vadanos, Vainshtein, Valper
Vekhter, Veler, Vendruf, Vigdorchik, Vikhodets
Vilenchik, Vilpan, Vil'pon, Vinterkalt, Vyosla
Yaglum, Yaglum, Yofa, Yofa, Yofa
Yudelov, Zager, Zaidel', Zaikoy, Zaltsman
Zamd, Zil'ber, Zil'berg, Zind , Zindeband
Ziper, Zisman, Zorkhenovich, Zukhovich, Zumerfinkel'
Zumergrad, Zuperman, Zvirin.

" ' " - represent softness of previous consonant.

Vitaly Charny
Birmingham, AL

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Thanks Vitaly for contributing this list. I found
serveral of my surnames on it and I'm sure that other readers found some
of their names as well. According the list of FHC films published in
AVOTAYNU, the 1811 Revision List (Revizhskaya Skazka) are found in FHC
film numbers 2,008,322-324.


Peri282ul@...
 

Vitaly Charny wrote:
<< compiled and transliterate >from Russian the list of
Jewish surnames >from Minsk, Belarus I found in
Revision List (Revizhskaya Skazka) 1811. >>

Thank you for the list, hoever my family is >from Pinsk. My name Papish is
actuallly in the book "The Names of the Kingdom of Russia or Poland" I am
unsure of the exact title. Is anyone doing a name list >from Pinsk?

Barbara Papish

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Barbara, perhaps you can organize a group of people
with an interest in Pinsk and do a project to transliterate the Revision
List >from Pinsk.


Randy Rynkewicz <t30rrr1@...>
 

Vitaly Charny wrote:
<< compiled and transliterate >from Russian the list of
Jewish surnames >from Minsk, Belarus I found in
Revision List (Revizhskaya Skazka) 1811. >>
<<<

I am new here - where might I find the list referred to above?

Randy Rynkewicz

MODERATOR'S NOTE: The Revision List 1811 is located in the Minsk archives
and was filmed by the Mormons (LDS). The microfilms can be ordered at any
LDS Family History Center. The film numbers are: 2,008,322-324. Be
advised that these lists are written in Russian.


Evan R Rotner <erotner@...>
 

Searching for my grandfather ROTNER forebearers, I found a "ROTNE" in
the above list.

It seems to me that possibly the "ROTNE" is a relative, since I also
found in the Revision List the family name "MARSHAK" of my Grandmother.
My Grandfather - Salmon Rotner - as he was known in the United States,
or Esau Sem Rotner, as he was known in Minsk, Russia about 1893, when he
emigrated to New York City and probably my Grandmother both came from
Minsk.

Could the translator of the List - V Charny - let me know whether the
final "R" was dropped in the translation?

Also, are later translations of "Revisions" available through Belarus SIG?

Best Regards, Evan Retman Rotner