JewishGen Belarus Database
The JewishGen Belarus Database is
a multiple-database search, which incorporates all of the databases
listed below, containing more than 650,000 entries from Belarus.
JewishGen Family Finder
More than 37,000 entries by Jewish genealogists researching families in Belarus.
JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry
More than 38,000 burial records for Belarus and Belarus landsmanshaft cemeteries worldwide.
Yizkor Book Necrologies
55,000 entries from lists of Holocaust martyrs in Yizkor Books for towns in Belarus.
Yizkor Book Master Name Index
12,500 names indexed from Yizkor Books for towns in Belarus.
JewishGen Holocaust Database
More than 118,000 names from various datasets with information about
Holocaust victims and survivors.
More than 38,000 complete birth records, from Bobruisk,
Kamen, Kobrin, Minsk, Mogilev, Rakov, Rubezhevichi, Senno and
More than 13,000 complete marriage records, from Minsk (1921),
Mogilev (1857-1891), and Vorotinschtina-Zaverezhe (1870-1917).
More than 16,000 complete death records, from Bobruisk (1894-1900),
Minsk (1889), Mogilev (1875-78), and others.
Belarus Names Database
More than 58,000 names that appear on static web pages of the JewishGen Belarus SIG.
Jewish Religious Personnel
in the Russian Empire, 1853-1854
1,900 Jewish religious personnel in Grodno, Minsk, Mogilev, Vilna and Vitebsk Gubernias.
Vsia Rossiia - 1903 &
1911 Minsk and Mogilev Gubernias, 1911 Vitebsk gubernia
More than 12,000 Jewish businesses, from 1903 and 1911 Russian business directories.
1929 Business Directory -
More than 15,000 entries from a Polish business directory.
More than 95,000 records from Reviska Skazka, 19th century Czarist tax censuses -
from Borisov, Grodno, Kobrin, Minsk, Nesvizh, Slonim, Slutsk, Vileika and Volkovysk districts.
Grodno Gubernia 1912 Voters List
Names of more than 26,000 men of Grodno Gubernia who were eligible to vote in
the Russian parliamentary elections in 1912.
Brest Ghetto Passports
Names and demographics of more than 12,000 people in the Brest Ghetto;
a database of Holocaust victims drawn from Soviet archives.
for Grodno Gubernia
Detailed family data for 8,000 individuals living in Grodno gubernia,
as recorded in the "All Russia Census" of 1897.
More than 75,000 records from Reviska Skazka, 19th century
Czarist tax censuses - from the four southern uyezds of Vilna Gubernia:
Lida, Oshmiany, Vilieka, and Disna.