Moltovichi, Belarus #belarus


Martha Forsyth
 

Let's hear it for having spent a lot of time looking at old maps, and collecting scans of many of them!  Somewhere along the line, about 5 years ago, I came across a map of the Mogilev region.  I stupidly did NOT annotate where I found it....but I save a pdf file from it that is named "32 Mogilev gubernia 1871 -q" (the -q is my way of putting a question mark into a file name: I was not quite sure of the date).  Since the record that led you to the town name Molotovichi (an 1816 Census record) also included the towns of Cherikov and Krichev, we figured the three towns must not have been far apart.  So I enlarged the map enough to read the town names....and sure enough, there was a town named Malyatichi that makes a nice little triangle with Cherikov and Krichev!  I think I've found the place!  I am replying publicly because I think it's good to be reminded that maps are a wonderful resource (and fortunately I can read the Cyrillic)


Arthur Sissman
 

Hi Jgenners,

In the 1813 Census in Belarus, the town of Moltovichi is mentioned.  I cannot find it on Jgen.org town finder in Belarus or anywhere. A google search takes me to Smolevichi belarus page. [https://tinyurl.com/yaxhneys ] Smolevichi [now Smalyavichy, Minsk region; JGen town finder: https://tinyurl.com/y95mcdt3 ]..

I know that the all knowing members of this group will know the answer.  Thanks for your help in advance

Looking for Telishevsky, Telishevskii, Teleshevsky, Telshevsky, Teleshevskia, Tilishevesky - where ever they may be
Do you have any.  Please reply personally re the Tele.....s - hit the link below!. .

Regards,
Arthur Sissman