Under the direction of the Police Board (from Dr. Minakowski Electronic Publications)
http://www.przodkowie.com/warszawa (the site is in Polish—but, you can easily use an online translator for the language of your choice)
There is a list of 212 streets, which you can click on. Each will give you the home owner’s name Home #, and type of building (??). If you click on some of the #’s, there is additional information. Including names and occupations.
Some examples are:
2. Alexandria—2774----Gluksohn Simche
click on the house #2774---a list of names and their occupations---
click on “Silberhaft Lula and individuals with surname appear with their first & last names, occupation, etc.
If you click on any letter (going across the page) you will get a list of “surnames” beginning with that letter------many, many, many names!
“S”---“Saks” 1----“Saks Leon, Private Teacher, home number, street name---the last column has the name of the owner of the residence.
A few of the Jewish (or possibly Jewish) individuals are:
Abel (painter’s apprentice), Abelman (tinsmith), Abramovich (several), Abramsohn (house owner) , Abramson (2-speculators), Achbaur, Achcik (trade clerk), Achtemberg (2- poultry dealer & housewife), Adelberg (2- publican, huckster), Ajzenberg (tailer), Aronfeld (taxi owner), Auerbach (merchant), Azenhaim (turner), et al.
Bachner (4), Bamberg (pensioner), Baumfeld (2), Berdan (master goldsmith), Blusztain (tailor), et al.
Cederbaum 6), Cyper, Cwik (2), et al.
Daches (3), Dalman, Danscyger 2-food traders), Davidson (7), Dolman (drapery apprentice), et al.
Ehrlich (3), Eisenblat (2), Elbaum (3), Englender (tinsmith), Ejzansztark (journeyman), Essygman, Ezenberg (house owner), et al.
Fajgenbaum (2), Fajersztain (5), Fajerman (food merchant), Fajngold, Fajstein (writer), Figelman (horse trader), Finkelman (inn keeper), Fynkielblach (tinsmith apprentice), et al.
Garfunkel (accountant), Gimel (seamstress), Gingold (5), Glasman (2), Goldman (19), Grunberg (6), Gutkind (2), et al.
Haberfeld (3), Halpern (6), Handelsman (2), Hazenbam (2), et al.
Izaksohn (huckster), Israeli (private teacher), et al.
Jakobskind (jeweler), Jakobefeld (tailor), Jud/Jude, Judyn (2), et al.
Kahalenberg, Kafelbaum, Kaltsztein, (tailor), Kaplon. Katz, Kenigsman, Kerszenbaum, et al.
Lachmann (3), Lajchman (cook), Landman (4), Landon, Lapone, Lauber, et al.
Magerman, Mandelkorn, Markuz (3), Maslow, Mayzner (speculator), Mordkowicz (2), et al.
Nachman (printer), Nadelman (2), Najblat (2), Nikelszporn (cook), Nissensohn (4), et al.