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Research by RAGAS (Russian American Genealogical Archival Service, Report dated 10/18/1995, from Vlad Soshnikov, Wash., DC and Moscow (references RL001-004 & 024)

 

Research performed:  Revision (tax census) for Grodno District, 2nd half of 19th C. (8 volumes for 1868-1900). Some lists only show partial or none of Jewish communities.

Also checked were 1897 Universal Census for Town of Grodno, two archival volumes of 720 and 490 pages, and town of Bialystok, three volumes of 475, 561 & 564 pages.. No one with the name of Efron, Braverman, Goldberg, Shneider, Karpovich or Katz were in those volumes.

 

Suggested additional research is: Grodno Police Dept (Passport applications; applications for trade or business permissions; lists of persons under police control (including political parties); Military Draft Office records (lists of draftees), 1808-1874; local court and notorial records, late 1800s and early 1900s

 

 


001 List from Krynki, Berestovitsa and Indura Jewish Communities, 1880 (Group 24, inv. 7, file 131. The Indura list shows Movsha and Mordkhel are relatives

 

002 List from Lunensk (sic – s/b Lunna) ,1871 (group 24, Inv. 7, File 113), page 134 shows Efron Yankel-Meer Shmulev, nephew of Yankel Nokhimov Efron and brother of Yankel, Meer and Srul (Israel) Efrons.

 

003 same as 002, but page 280 (reverse) has Volf Shliomov Efron, Yudel Khatzkel Tsivin, also Efron, 31, Yudel Khatzkel’s wife Etka Fruma, 25, and Movsha Shlimov Efron, 51.

 

004 List from Krynki Jewish Community, 1871 (Group 24, Inv. 7, file 113) shows Itzko Shmuilov Efron, aka Moreins, nephew of Efroim Moreins.

 

Research by Oleg Perzashkevich, 6/15/1995, who was requested to search for Efron families in Minsk, Bobroisk, Slutsk, Dukory and Rakov from 1860-1890. Entries of what were found are references 5-23.

 

Sources checked where no results were found were: Conscription lists for Minsk Jews, 1870, Slutsk 1862 and Rakov, 1898; Resident Lists for Jews in Minsk, 1874 & 1894; “Personal List of Jews in Minsk, 1887-1891; List of male Jews in Slutsk, 1874; Register book of Jews, Rakov, 1858; Supplemental Register books of Bobroisk 1867, 1868, 1870 & 1874.

 

005 Conscription List of Jewish Petty-Bourgeoisie of Iguman Military Division in 1873, Nevah (Noah) Abramov Efron. He is 21 in 1858 and 36 in 1873 (Fond 1500, opus 1, dyelo 56, entry 482.

 

Entries 006-016 are from the 1852 registration list for Ivenets (F. 24, op. 1, d. 462)

 

006 Kalman Shebshelev, (born NO DATE), Koydanovo

 

007 Faybish Shebshelev (1826), Ivenets

 

008 Itska Khaymov (1792), Ivenets, salt and fish trade

 

009 Abram Khaymov (1794), Ivenets

 

010 Movsha Itskov (1822), VIlno, flax manufacturer

 

011 Srol Itskov (1819), Ivenets, flax manufacturer

 

012 Srol Abramov (1821), Ivenets

 

013 Mordukh Borukhov (1817) Bobroisk, Mogilev, house painter

 

014 Dovid Nosonov (1803), Olevsk, Volyn, food trade

 

015 Nota Dovidov (1817) Korets, food trade

 

016 Tsalim Leybov (1804), Ivenets

 

Perzaskevich found “one more record about Efron from Ivenets, in 1898”, entries 017 & 018 (F. 1, op. 1, D. 3397)

 

017 Itsko Osher Peysakhov (1876), Volozhin, Vilno Province

 

018 Srol-Zalman Peysakhov (1890), Volozhin

 

Efrons were registeredin Bobroisk, Mogilev, in 1912, entry 019 (f. 712, o. 1, d. 1)

 

019 Kushel Leyzerov, unk. Birth, Svisloch, real estate owner

 

Efrons records in 1907, in Novogrudok, Minsk, entries 020 & 021, (f. 295, o. 1, d. 7785)

 

020 Vigdor Meyerov, unk. Birth, Novogrudok, real estate owner

 

021 Shlema Vigdorov, unk. Birth, Novogrudok, apartments owner

 

Efrons were registered in the Uzda, Igumen, in 1858, entries 022 & 023 (f. 33, op. 9, d. 1044)

 

022 Srol Borukhov (1816), Uzda

 

023 Leyba Srolev (1834), Uzda

 

024 1868 Berestovitsa Jewish community List (Record Gropu 24, Inv. 7, File 111, page 111) No Efrons. Movsha Yudelevich Braverman, age 27.