Monday, May 26, 2014

TOWN & LAND OF THE POLISH REPUBLIC: BERNARDINE ARCHIVE, LVIV




Town and Land of the Polish Republic Era from the Bernardine Archive in Lviv (Vol. 10. Jan. 1, 1884)


The numbers represent pages in the original text, which is an ebook from Google. For some reason I was unable to download it. Maybe you will have more luck. I've included samples of some of the cases.

Abraham—Jew
33:
“491 In Krakow, 22 March 1532, Sigismund I. called John Tarnowski, voivode rument, and Otto of Chodcza, Starosta Lviv to receive from Jacob, the son of Abraham, the Jew, the debt part in the sum of 184 fines. 0 vol 16, p 194”

Abrahamowicz
273:
“4509. Warsaw July 30, 1654, Jan Kazimierz, the King,issued a letter of safe conduct for Lviv Jew, Dr. Abraharaowiczowi C. Vol 403 page 1326.”

Izak --treasury worker 235
Icek—Jew from Lviv 273, 276

Agapsowicz Izak—Armenian from Lviv 229

Alem—Jew 66

Blum—Jew
17:
“In Lviv in 1516, Stanislaw of Chodcza…certifies that the house near the bridge before the Krakow & Lviv gate belongs to the Jew, Blum, who paid no more than 9 cents tax.”

Blumow Henryk—Warsaw councilman

Czech Lewka—Lviv Jew
87:  
“In Grodno, 4 August 1565, Sigismund Augustus, king, confirms the judgment by Nicholas of Sieniawa, voivode of Ruthenian lands, v. Crown Hetman and kołomyjskiego Starosta, of Lewka Czech, Jew from Lviv, against Andrew Halicz about 105 zł. 0 t 36 p 217-220”

Czalel—Jew

Doktorowicz Jakob—Lviv  Jew, tenant
Drobinski Zygmunt
278:
“On May 2 1656 in Lviv,,King Jan Kazimierz gave Zygmunt Drobinski a security letter.”
Dunikowski Samuel

Eser Jakob—Jew
86:
 “1302. Piotrków 10 April 1565, Sigismund Augustus, king, freed the Jew, Jacob Ezer, from any of the courts of the kingdom, under the sole and exclusive jurisdiction of the governor of Krakow.
C. Vol 339 page 1052.”

Fajbisz Jakob—Jew

Gimpel Marek,--Jew, 338: “5639. Jaworow, 26 September 1678, John III. allowed Mark Gimplowi, a Jew, to build house in Lviv and freed him from any charges. C. vol 438 p 20 – 22”

Gyza Samuel

Hern Henryk--Gdansk merchant
Herszental Ignacy Mikolaj—court  physician
Hiklowicza Joszkowicza & Lazarza—Jews from Kobryn
86:
 “…under the jurisdiction of municipal courts…”
Horodyski Abraham
Holubek Lazarz

Iskra Jakob

Izak, Jew
53:
 “797 In Piotrkow 18 January 1549 Nicholas of Sieniawa, voivode of Belz, hetman Crown, Belz, Halych and Kolomiysky governor, leased the Halickie and Kolomiysky toll for two years to Lviv Jews, Izak and Nathan. C. vol 327 p 431”

108:
“1617. Warsaw 14 March 1571, Sigismund Augustus, King George commands Jazło-wieckiemu Buczacz, palatine Ruthenian and alderman Nowogrod and Hmelnitski to release elderly Jews from Lviv from prison because they had no part in the murder of an Italian ,Yosek Wlocha. C. vol 334 p 437-8.”

“1620. Warsaw 16 March 1571, Zygmunt August, the king, ordered the Jews of Lviv Izak, Naftali and others to compensate for the damage they caused in soups of the Ruthenian Jew, Slomniczowi O. vol 334 p 477”

116:
 “1740. Lisku U. In December 1573, Nicholas Herburt, the governor of Lviv, it cited Jewish partners, Arona Eeisa and Isaac on leases, releasing the last from paying the debt on the company incumbent. C. vol 335 p 774-781 and 949-954.”


Izakowicz Mendel 144
Nachman  177
Izbinski Jozef, treasurer, then Jewish “miecznik”?? (“ potem miecnik zyda”)
Izrael—Jew

Saul 148

Jona de Jona Emanuel---doctor of medicine
Jonasz—Jew 107
Jonaszowicz Izrael—tax collector, 20
Joszkowicz Waysisz Jakob, Jew from Kobryna 86
Joziasz—Jew 146

Karaim—Jew 124
Kenibaum—captain
Kielmanowicz Moszko 352
Kierdej Zygmunt 34
Kochanowicz Jakob
Kochen Jojzesz, Jew
Kohen Jozef—merchant
Kohut Iwan 161

Komprechtowi--Jew from Lviv
235:
“3809. Lviv 14 October 1634, Ladislaus IV. gives moratorium to Jew, Komprechtowi from Lviv O vol 386 p 105”

Kopel Jakob—Lviv Jew
248:
“4043. Lviv 11 February 1640, James Kopel. Jew and burgher Lviv, testified that he borrowed from Anne of Zolkiew Herburts, widow of Nicholas Herburcie,…a sum of 2,500 gold. pol. C. t 131 p 961 - 965"

Melchior—tax collector from Sandomierz

Krenczer Jozef 70
Krzycki Bernard 182
Kubraczek Izydor—janitor or caretaker
Kudyn Grzegorz—landlord or landowner from Kiev

Marek 229

Lachman Ickowicza—from Lviv
273:
“4525. Warsaw 25 May 1655, Jan Kazimierz, the King, include Ickowicz Lachman, a Jew of Lviv, in the account of his servants. C. vol 405 p 1105 to 1106.”

Lachmanowicz Abrahamowicz Izak—royal factor 273
Langen Henryk 184
Langfelt Grrzegorz 156
Lany Leonard 83
Laskownicki Abraham & Szlomowska Katarzyna,  spouses 251
Lesman Jakob

Maleski Jakob 138
Mankowicz Grzegorz—senior Armenian from Lviv
Markowicz—Jew, merchant & townsman from Lviv
Menzel Izak—general comptroller of the customs office 379 381
Mitkalf Izak from Zamoscia 183
Mitkowicz Szymon 143
Moszkowicz—Jew from Miedzyborz

Henryk—head of the Jewish community in Lviv 318
Moszkowski Michal 305
Moszo Abraham—Jew 104

Nachman Izak—Lviv Jew
235:
“3821. Lviv 20 October 1634, Ladislaus IV. appoint Isaac Nachmanowieza and Isaac Abrahamowicz as treasury workers. C. vol 385 p 1179 to 1181.”

Nachmanowa Roza—Lviv Jew
Nachmanowicz Izak—Jewish doctor
Nachmiowicz—tax collector
Nastamski Jakob
Natan—Lviv Jew
Natko—Jew, tax collector (?) [ poborca cel]
Nietyszka Marek 250
Nietyza Marek 247
Niewezas Jakob—Lviv citizen 249
Nowak—Jew 199
Nurzynski Leonard

Panko Fedor Marek 312
Piechowski Eliasz—general caretaker
Dzianarewi Dawid
Rozemberg (Rozenberg) Grzegorz—foreman
Eubin Jakob—Jew from Lviv

Saja—Lviv Jew 152
Salomon—doctor, Jewish foreman from Lviv
108
“1623. Warsaw 10 April 1571 Sigismund Augustus, king, removed the older Jews from the care of Dr. Solomon of Lviv, freeing him from all courts and into his own jurisdiction.0 vol 334 p 720-21."

“1624. Warsaw 10 April 1571 Sigismund Augustus, king, gave privileges to the Jews of Lviv. 0 vol 334 p 721-23.”

Salomowicz—Jew, tax collector 21
Salwaressi Juliusz –Moldovan, merchant of Venice 162
Scholz Wolf—city councilor from Krakow
Sokolnicka Samuela, Zuzanna
Solhaj Izak
Sosko Jakob—Lviv resident, furrier
Sulcz Wolf—Lviv resident
Swietlik Jakob—Lviv resident
Szloma Orsz—tax collector 20
Szlomnisz Leszko—Jew 107
Szmerlowicz Dawid 395
Szmojla—Jewish tax collector 21

Szmojlowicz Izak—Jew from Lublin 249

Szulc Jakob 334

Szykowy Lesko—lantwojt (?) Old Jezewa

Tatarzynie Jacob
109:
1633. Warsaw 21 May 1571, Sigismund Augustus, king, judged the case of Matthias, a citizen of Lviv, and the widow of Jacob Tatarzynie, Jew Lviv. 0 t 335 p 607-608.”

Zadarowicza Jozefa—Lublin Jew
249:
“4066. Warsaw 30 January 1641, Ladislaus IV. takes Lublin Jews Eliasza
Lewkowicz, Joseph Zadarowicza, and Isaac Szmojłowicza in the care of his creditors. 0 t 392”
p 184-185.

Zussmann—Jew 63—“On Dec. 20 1552, Zygmunt August ordered the capture of the Jewish outlaw, Zusman…”

Zyskind Izak—Lviv Jew 83, 87, 89

109:
“1634. Warsaw 24 May 1571, Sigismund Augustus, the king, ordered the Santa Herburto company of Fulsztyna, alderman of Lwow, to adhere to the policy of no harm to the Jews of Lviv. 0 vol 334 p 719-20.”