Male heads of households have patronymics, so there are actually many more individuals referenced in these records than the 22,148 records themselves.
The explanatory information for the Belarus Revision lists has also been updated so it now included information about the Belarus Revision Lists dataset as well as this new dataset.
It also now includes information about searching for revision list records.
I coordinated the project from start to finish, Ruth Silver guided the coordination, and Irene Kudish did the translation. If they are not answered in the information page Revision I will write a follow-up message.
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By Haaretz Service and The Associated Press The wife of President Shimon Peres, Sonia Peres, died on Thursday at the age of 87 at her northern Tel Aviv home.
Peres is survived by her husband, their three children Tzvia, Yonatan, and Hemi, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Raphael Walden, told Israel Radio she died peacefully in her sleep.
The president arrived at the Peres family home Thursday afternoon.
The presidential residence publicity adviser announced that the family is currently in deep mourning, and will issue another release soon. Shimon Peres and his girlfriend Sonia Gelman at a Hanoar Haoved summer camp in ‹‹Zichron Yaacov, August 1939.
Sonia and Shimon Peres with David and Paula Ben-Gurion at the bar mitzvah of their son ; Yoni Peres, August 1965 Over 22,000 names have been added to Jewish Gen's Belarus SIG database in a data set named "Grodno and Volkovysk Uyezd Revision Lists." Primarily, the records are of two types. From the 1858 Revision Lists (census) for Grodno Uyezd (district) towns: Indura (Amdur), Kaminka, Krynki, Lunna, Mosty, Ozery, Skidel, Volpa (Wolp), Vola (Wola) and Berestovitsa, and over 8700 records from the city of Grodno itself. From 1853 alphabetical conscription lists of males from Volkovysk Uyezd towns: Izabelin, Jalowka (Yalovka) Poland, Lopenitsky, Lyskovo, Mstibava, Novy Dvor, Peski, Porozovo, Ros, Svislach, Volkovysk and Zelva. Other significant data included in this data set are: - 1850 revision lists of the Galilee and Israel farming colonies - Additional revision list from the City of Grodno with 400 entries - about 1400 entries from the 1858 revision list for the town of Volkovysk.
After Grodno City (more than 9000 records), the largest collections are for Krynki (1900 entries) and Amdur ("Indura") (1400 entries).
The most common surname appears to be LUBICH, with over 300 entries (almost all form the city of Grodno).