We are pleased to announce a major update to the Bessarabia Revision List project, with the addition of 10,088 new records from 2,791 families. In total, there are now more than 203,000 records from Reviska Skazka — 19th century Czarist tax censuses – for more than 100 towns and shtetl and colonies, including:
This project 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:
Galina Antonova, Patrice Bensimon, Sasha Berkovich, Yackov Berkun, Mark Chulsky, Yuriy Daylis, Victoria Farahan, Sheli Fain, Banai Lynn Feldstein, Lara Friedzon, Janet Furba, Bianca Gamarnik, Svetlana Ganik, Eti Ganin, Genny Imas, Gary Khusidman, Mike Glazer, Svetlana Kononov, Igor Gory, Genny Imas, Talia Kogan, Martha Koster, Terry Lasky, Michael Levin, Alan Levine, Julia Lombardo, Leonard Meleger, Misha Massov, Marina Medvedovsky, Nick Perper, Anne Pevsner, Olga Potap, David Price, Michael Richman, Anna Royzner, Ella Romm, Tamara Rushansky, Mitja & Sasha Sherman, Elena Shturman, Maya Smundak, Polina Spector, Claire Stuart, Alan Shuchat, Felix Tsedulko, Ira Tulchinsky, Inna Vayner, Evgeniy Veretennikov, Ilana Volshin, Eugene Weinstein, Liliya, and Yefim Kogan.
For more information regarding this project, contact Yefim Kogan at email@example.com. If you can help with translations, please contact JewishGen’s Volunteer Manager, Karen Leon, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click here to search these records via JewishGen’s Romania and Bessarabia Collection.