We are pleased to announce a major update to the JewishGen Belarus Collection, with the addition of 45,895 new records (see the bottom of this message for a detailed list).
This new update was made possible by the hard work and dedication of many volunteers who translated, transcribed and validated the records.
Specifically, we would like to thank: Boris Berman, Constantine Reif, Dena Whitman, Ella Goldshmid, Frank Proschan, Greg Mirsky, Gregori Sladkevich, Igor Apelsinov, Irina Zabelyshinsky, Jane Sverzhinsky, Joshua Kaufman, Ludmila Zapletnyuk, Mikhail Bakhrakh, Misha Korman, Natasha Grinberg, Rimma Dechter, Ronnie Harpaz, Simon Goldshmid, Tatyana Factorovich, Vasily Vishnevskiy, Vitaliy Kosyrkov, Vitaly Charny, Vladimir Golynya, and Zhanna Glazenburg.
And special thanks to the professional team at JewishGen: Avraham Groll, Scott Seindenstock, Warren Blatt, and Anne Vaccari.
Please click here to search these records via JewishGen’s Belarus Collection.
If you would like to learn more about JewishGen’s Belarus Research Division, and/or to get involved, please contact David Feldman, Director of Belarus Research, (dfeldman@JewishGen.org), or Paul Zoglin, Database Coordinator (pzoglin@JewishGen.org).
Records from individuals residing in following towns are included in the latest updates to the 1850 Revision Lists
Berezino, Bobovnya, Bogushevichi, Delyatichi, Dolmatovshchina, Dukora, Grozovo, Igumen / Chervyen, Kholuy / Lipen, Klichev, Kopyl’, Korelichi, Krichev, Kroshin, Lapichi, Losha, Lyubcha, Mogil’no, Negnevichi, Novogrudok, Pogost, Pukhovichi, Shatsk, Slutsk, Smilovichi, Uzda, Uzlyany, and Yeremichi
Records from individuals residing in following towns are included in the latest updates to the 1858 Revision Lists
Borisov, Kalinkovichi, Khotimsk, Khotvizh, Klimovichi, Korma, Kostyukovichi, Lozovitsa, Lyuban’, Martynovka, Miloslavichi, Negin, Ozarichi, Parichi, Petrovichi, Rodnya, Rogachev, Shumyachi, Svisloch, Zabychanye, and Zembin
Records from individuals residing in following towns are included in the latest updates to the Supplemental Revision Lists, and Family Lists
Shchedrin (1871 supplemental revision lists), Delyatichi (1874 supplemental revision lists), Brest Litovsk (1891 family lists), Grodno (1891 family lists), Derechin (1891 family lists), and Ruzhany (1891 family lists)