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The follow information appeared in Volume IV, Number 2 (Summer 1998) of the "RAGAS Report – A Guide to Genealogical Sources in the Archives of Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine". It is presented here on the Belarus SIG website with the permission of Vlad Soshnikov, the RAGAS Director. This list cannot be reproduced or used elsewhere without the permission of Mr. Soshnikov.

This list only has the surnames that appear in the source document found in the Minsk archives. This document is not available on LDS microfilms. To get the given names that appear in file #2002, you will have to hire a researcher who has access to the Minsk Archives or write directly to the Archives.

3. In the collection #330 of the "Minsk City Government for town-dwellers", inventory 1, file #2002. A family list of the Jewish town-dwellers of Minsk for the year 1894. A total of 884 families (1612 male & female). The following surnames appear (translated from Russian):

1894 - Family List of Jewish Town Dwellers of Minsk

Abramov, Akselband, Akselrod, Aldvivankin. Altshuler, Amdurer, Aronov, Ashkenase, Assman, Bald, Balidas, Balneras, Bampi, Barad, Barsar, Baskin, Beckerman, Begin, Beilin. Beisis, Belnick, Beluga, Berinstein, Berkhman, Bersiner, Bialostokin. Biberfel, Biniman, Birger, Blokh Blumenstien, Bogin-Beigin, Bogin, Bohmstein, Borkhman, Borovick, Borsch, Botvinnick, Boutinski, Bragin, Braude, Bron, Bronia, Brudis, Bukhberg, Chanick, Charny, Cheltov-Chertok, Chertock, Chertov, Chesnin, Chlenov, Dalfin, Dimiatchitz, Doctorovitch, Dolber, Doultzin, Douner, Dreider, Dreisin, Dronzheck, Dvomitz, Eberil, Eidelberg, Eidelman, Eigelsgeib, Eiger, Eingelsgeld, Eisenstadt, Eliashberg, Epstein, Erbstein, Erinburg, Ettinger, Faians, Failenbogin, Fain, Feseishitz, Fidefon, Fidelman, Fishbein, Fishershein, Fishkin, Fiterman, Fitersoff, Fleishitz, Fodiman, Forshait, Freidman, Freidol, Freinkel, Frick, Fridland, Fundyler, Fusherler, Futer, Gadasevitch, Gainer, Galperin, Ganevitski, Garsinze, Gashkel, Gativ, Gatov, Gekel, Gelbin, Gelin, Germiza, Getzov, Getzovitch, Giladin. Gildin. Gindes, Ginsburg, Girev. Glider, Gloikhenhaus, Goberman, Goldberg, Goldgor, Goldin, Goldt, Golfis, Golin, Gor, Gordin, Gorisznski, Gosenpus, Goukhman, Graiver, Granat, Grinhaus, Grinkrut, Grozovski, Gruntfest, Grushkin, Guminer, Gurian, Gurvitch, Gutman, Gveikhenhaus, Hamburg, Hapeles. Higerovitch, Hirshhorn, Isakav, Itkin, Itzekhovitski, Joffes, Kagan, Kaidan, Kaitcherin, Kaltgrad, Kantor, Kapilov, Kaplan, Kapman, Karabenick, Katzenbogen, Katzenbogin. Katzlan, Katzlov, Katzyn, Kazhdan. Kernstein, Kerstein, Khaimov, Khalenkin, Khaneles, Kharis, Kharlin, Kharlip, Khatenever, Khayutin, Khigerovitch, Kholotin, Khosnykh, Khrein, Kikoin, Kin, Kisin, Kitaisk, Klaper, Kleiman, Kleindel, Kliakin, Klibanov, Kliurin, Klyurin, Kneler, Konsistorski, Konsistorum, Konviser, Kourdin, Kourdyn, Krasnopiorka, Kreindel, Kreisburg, Kreisgios, Krigel, Krindev, Kritchev, Krumbarg, Ksiorin. Kugel, Kuper, Kurland, Kutcher, Landau, Lapkin, Leder, Lef, Lefel, Leibman. Leifer, Leiserov. Lekah, Lempert, Lesnik, Levande, Levin-Joffe, Levin, Levitan, Levitas, Liakhovski, Liandres, Liandris, Libers, Libov, Lifshitz, Lipov, Liptzan, Liubalin. Liuboshitz, Lundin, Lurie, Lutzki. Lyusternick, Mai, Maisels, Makaron, Marasevitch, Margolin, Mariasin. Marshak, Masel, Matusov. Matzanov, Meltzer, Merson, Meter, Minkovski, Minus, Mirkes, Mirkin, Mishkind, Molaveck. Mononkov, Morgenstern, Motishkov, Mounvez, Mouskin. Muskin, Myulm, Naiman, Negeire, Neifakh, Nigin, Nokhumov, Odersukh, Okinkrug, Oksenkrug, Oksiner, Okun, Onfater, Oreitzer, Palant, Pales, Palmes, Paltes, Pamies, Patochin, Paulin, Pausner, Pereldin, Perelman, Perles, Perlov, Pesen, Pesin, Petnes, Pilidon, Pinos, Pinus Pipus, Plotkin, Poliak, Pons, Posotski, Poupkin, Presman, Prorokov, Rabinovitch, Rafalovitch, Raines, Rakovschick, Rapavschick, Rappoport, Raskin, Ratner, Reiser, Ritenblid, Riterband, Rodkin, Rodman, Rodstein, Rogavit, Rohlbein, Rosenberg, Rosenoi, Rosin, Roubalick, Roubinock, Rouchkes, Roudigar, Roumanov-Slisinov, Roumashev, Roumen, Roumer, Rubenchik, Rubentchick, Rubin, Rubinstein, Ruder, Ruderman, Rumanov, Rumashevski, Sagalevitch, Sagalov, Sager, Saper, Sarkhin, Sarnov, Savelson, Schiff, Schirin, Schweiden, Segalov, Sekt, Serkh, Sernov, Shabad, Shadkhen, Shafir, Shapira, Sharlat, Shayevitch, Sheflan, Sheinkman, Shekht, Shekhta, Shekt, Sheper, Shtiel, Shuster, Siling, Simkhovitch, Sinde, Sinder, Sinderglid, Sirkin. Sirsher, Sirvint, Siterman, Skufin, Slepiak, Sliosberg, Slousch, Smuss, Solomonov, Sondick, Sonkin, Sorsher, Souber, Ssud, Staiker, Stein, Steinhaus, Stisebans, Sukher, Summergrad, Sverszinovski, Taililevitch, Tankhilevitch, Tarasov, Tasinburg, Temkin, Tones, Trahtenberg, Trepel, Trull, Tzarfin, Tzimbel, Tzinkes, Tzipkin, Tzitron,.Tzitver, Tzivin, Tzyven, Ushakov, Uzlian, Vainshtein (Weinstein), Vaisburg, Veler, Viderlait, Vigdortchick, Vilenkin, Vilpon, Vintorkalt Volman, Volper, Volpianski, Yagolis, Yagolon, Yakubson, Yankelev, Yelnick, Yeshin, Yeshurin, Yosel, Yoselev, Yukhnov, Zaltzman, Zaluman, Zavelson, Zebin, Zeitlin. Zeldovitch, Zemerinski, Ziperovitch, Zukerman, Zummerfinkel, Zvirin, Zvizhin, Zyglin, Zylin.

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