Tiraspol Uezd Revisions
sent to JewishGen, December 2016. 7801 records from 1253
familes were completed for towns of Tiraspol, Dubossary,
Grigoriopol, colonies Voynova, Buzinova, Balashova and
Kisilevka. Project Leader - Inna Vayner.
Lists sent to JewishGen, December 2016. 19605 records
from 3361 families were completed for towns of Kishinev, Bricheni,
Teleneshty, Rashkov and Beltsi. Project Leader - Yefim Kogan.
... more about Bessarabian Revision Lists
1901 Klyachkin All-Russia Business Directory
Jewish entries for Bessarabia and Portions of Transnistria Under
Jurisdiction of the Bessarabia Special Interest Group was created and
sent to JewishGen. The database includes 544 Jewish entries from 31
towns. Here are the introductory pages - PDF. The records will
appear at the JewishGen at next JewishGen update. Thanks a lot to
Jeff Wexler for managing the project and to a team of translators.
1901 Klychkin Bessarabia-Moldova Directory
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Bessarabian Newspapers from 1850s to 1940 - New Project (November, 2015).
This is the initial set of information taken from one newspaper
Bessarabskaya Zhizn (Bessarabian Life) from one day of 25-Feb-1907.
You will find 17 records with Obituaries, Advertisements, Article.
Every records has a short summary, person and town assiciated with the
record. Also you can click on Image link and see the "original"
Russian article. [Web-version] [Excel]
A new database created: List of Surnames in 19th century Revision
Lists for Bessarabia. The surnames derived from 98000 Revision List records with
about 6100 separate surnames. See the whole list for Bessarabia. Also see the list
for surnames by towns in Bessarabia. Thanks Harvey
Kabaker and Ariel Parkansky for great job.
- Project under Ukraine SIG: translation of Revision Lists from Olgopol uezd, Podolia gubernia. (updated October, 2015)
Bessarabia SIG translators completed records for towns, which are now in Moldova:
Total of 1033 records
- Rashkov - 181 records;
- Camenca - 719 records;
- Zagnitovka - 29; - not in Republic of Moldova, but many Jews registered in that town lived in other places in Moldova
- different shteitlakh - 104.
All the best to our translators Ira Tulchinsky and Svetlana Kononov
- Updates in the database "Jews involved in public
life in Bessarabia" (updated October, 2015)
Now there are 935 records in the database. At the "Jews involved in
public life in Bessarabia" you can find people who held goverment
position or was part of large Jewish organizations, like Jewish
hospitals, Jewish schools. It will also include crown rabbis at the
synagogues for many Bessarabian towns.
Introduction to the database "Jews involved in public life in Bessarabia" [PDF]
The data [XLS] [HTML]
- Jewish Soldiers killed and wounded in WWI (updated Dec 2014)
1559 records of Jews from Bessarabia were found among thousands of
records of killed and wounded in WWI. Translation, transcription was
done by Terry Lasky, Centennial, Colorado, USA.
List of Soldiers. [HTML] [Excel]
That set will be part of JewishGen Romania / Bessarabia Database soon.
- Kamenka, Podolia Gubernia, 1913 Business Directory (updated Oct 2014)
Additional Information from the business directory: Total
population-6805 residence. Distance to Uezd (district) town of
Olgopol is 75 verst (about 75 kilometer), and in 22 verst from
RailRoad station: Kobylna. Town has own Post Office. 4 Jewish Prayer
houses (synagogues). Jews held all business in town, except in wine
production. The water milles where owned by non-Jews, but Jews rented
them and processed 175,000 *16 kg of grain. Markets in this town were
held on Mondays.
- 1940 Kishinev Business directory. (added March 2014)
1278 records were indexed. You can see them now at the Bessarabia SIG
website, and soon they will be included into JewishGen databases.
Records include Type of Business/Profession in Romanian and English.
You will find dress makers, painters, lawyers, and also Chief Rabbi of
Kishinev Yehuda Leib TSIRELSON. Project Leader: Harvey Kabaker, also
translated byPaola Khalili, and Carol Shkolnik.
Two versions available: HTML, or XLS.
- Bessarabia Business Directory, 1924-25
13,144 Jewish businesses in nine districts and the capital Chisinau (Kishinev):
- Duma Voters Lists, Bessarabia, 1906-07
128,000 voters in Bessarabia, who were eligible to vote in the Russian Duma elections in 1906 and 1907.
- Vsia Rossiia 1895 Business Directory
1,500 Jewish businesses in Bessarabia, from this 1895 Russian business directory.
- Jewish Religious Personnel in the Russian Empire, 1853-1854
281 Jewish religious personnel in Bessarabia Gubernia.
- Bessarabia Vital Records
More than 144,000 Jewish birth, marriage, divorce and death records for Bessarabia primarily for Kishinev (now Chisinau, Moldova).
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