Friday, December 19, 2014

GAOO ARCHIVES: (Odessa) PERSONAL FILES

GAOO ARCHIVES: (ODESSA) PERSONAL FILES


CORRECTION OF THE POSITION OF NOVOROSSIYSK/NEW RUSSIA, THE BESSARABIAN GOVERNOR-GENERAL  MAYOR OF ODESSA: REGARDING THE JEWISH USE OF SPECIAL CLOTHING (F. 2, Op. 1, D. 262, II 4, 4 ob., 8)
February 8, 1851
Odessa Jewish merchant, Mendel Tseibak requested permission to wear Jewish clothes, noting that he was 70 yrs. old & had worn Jewish traditional clothing for many years; thus it was difficult to get used to European dress. As of June, 1850 it was forbidden to wear Jewish clothes except where it was deemed necessary to allow, for a fee. Jewish adults needed to have reached at least 60 yrs. of age. The Mendel's request was honored, at a fee of 5 silver rubles. (July 5, 1851)

MATERIALS FROM THE COMMISSION ON THE JEWISH QUESTION IN ODESSA (F. 2, OP.2, D. 2022)
October 8, 1881  Meeting of the Odessa Commission, attended by:
Isaac Germanovich Tiktin (barrister) & Mikhail Grigoryevich Morgulis

REGARDING THE PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH JEWISH COLONIES: MIHAILSDORF (F.1.00.215 {1840}, 16, LL. 1-4)
Petition to the Governor-General of Bessarabia, about the allocation of land for a model Jewish colony by:
David Zelensky—1st guild Kremenchug merchant’s son
Joseph Rabinowitz—3rd guild Pavlograd merchant’s son
Jacob Novorossiyk—Uman tradesman



TRADE. INDUSTRY. BANKS: FOR PRODUCTION OF TRADE ( F. 17. Op. 1, D. 28, I. 6) 
August 24, 1797
Regarding Rukhlov Davydova, a Jew from Berdyaev, who sought permission to live in Odessa and other places in Novorossiysk province, with her daughter, Sarah.

Requested of the governor, the right to engage in commercial affairs.

Kherson Treasury Chamber, Odessa
F 32, Op. 1, D. 399, Il. 15-15
March 13, 1853
Regarding a case of reckoning (??) in the Odessa Merchants 3rd Guild:
Mordko Vulihz/Vupikha Revizsky, a Jew from Podolsk, 51 years old; wife Khana, 42; sons: Duvid, 16; Meyer, 12

FROM THE CASE OF THE PROSECUTOR OF ODESSA CIRCUIT COURT OF INQUIRY: RELATED TO THE JEWISH SELF-DEFENSE UNITS (F. 634, Op. 1, D. 54A)

On July 12 1906, three Jews of the Moldava combat self-defense detachment (i. 1-1 vol.) were arrested in Odessa: Idel Mordkov Tarnopolsky, Vigdor Moiseyev Berkoveich, & Froim   Shulimov Gornshteyn for carrying a loaded revolver.
Gornshteyn lived in an apartment with Mordko Abramov Keylman and Iosel Shimonov Tselelnitsky (?)  Illegal literature and printing materials were found in the apartment.

May 20th  & August 19, 1907

Berkovich, Gornshteyn, Tarnopolsky, Yankel Estermann, & Samuil Rabinovich were sent from Odessa prison and Alexander jail into exile in Irkutsk province.