Sunday, January 18, 2015

WHITE RUSSIANS

“MEMBERS OF THE WHITE MOVEMENT IN RUSSIA” ALPHABETICAL DATABASE OF NAMES
(Sergey V. Volkov)

The site is in Russian.

The list includes 102,000 names of Jews & non-Jews.  (compiled by Vadim O. Rogge).  The index is downloadable

A few of the names are:
Abram A, Abramson, Abramovich, Averbuch,  Abraham,  Axelrod, Allman, Albin, Altgof, Altgauzen, Alter, Alper, Alperin
Majar, Maher, Mazel, Maidel,  Malin
Palen, Palin
Rabin, Rabinowitz, Reichman, Reich, Reicher, Taitsin, Raybaum, Reichel, Rayhenshteyn, Rappoport, Raskin, Ratner, Rautsman, Rauch, Rausch, Rahlis
Shabbat, Chagall, Shiner, Shapiro, Shattenshteyn, Schwartz, Schlesinger, Spitzer, et al

1920-1921 WHITE RUSSIAN EXECUTIONS

DECEMBER 1920

December 7
Abramov Boris Sergeyevich—b. (about) 1896 Stawski, Orel province

Verevsky Veniamin Ivanovich—1880, Ananeva, Kherson—grad. fr. U. of Odessa--Law faculty

Halperin Naum Leopoldovich—1882, Uman dist., Kiev, lawyer, grad fr. St. Petersburg U.

Goldenberg Georgiy Nikolayevich—1893, Kharkov

Gubsky Aleksey Yakovlevich—1884, Beryozovka Medvezhansky County, Stravropol—private in Imperial army (1919-1920)

Gurvich  Volf Yakovlevich—1901 b. Yalta (& lived there), student

Cohen Jacob Emmanuilovich—1890 b. Yalta (also a resident)

Kolpakchi Gersh Moisevich—b. 1895, Ishmael, Bessarabia

Kulik Moses Kuzmich—1875, Poltava

Levin Lyubov Leonidovna (Liokulovna)

Lysenko Moses (Michael) Terentevich—b. 1865 Yalta (also a resident)

Nelidov-Braude Arkady Abramovich—1890 (approx.), Petrograd. Graduate from the Lyceum (1914-1917)

Persich (Persits) Moses Zinovyevich—1878, Moscow. Accountant bookkeeper

Pozamontirov Solomon Illich—1854, Berdyansk, Tauride (also a resident). Trader.

Ratner Peter Samoilovich—1892, Kiev. Lived at 3 Lutheran St. (Yalta ??)

Rogalski Herman (Gershon) lazarevic—1893, Mariupol. Private & shoemaker  in White army

Roginski (Ruginsky) Georgy Abramovich—1900, Petrograd. Private in Markov White Army regiment

Strahan Naum Vladimirovich—1893, Volyn Prov. Resident of Simferopol, tailor

Feykhtman Leyba Yakovlevich—1889, Yalta (also a resident). Private in Tsarist & White armies. Suspected of treason.

Hulin (Halal) Aaron Abramovich—1898 Stavropol. 1916-1917 private in Tsarist army at Persian front.

Zukerberg Filipp aleksandrovich—1885 Petrograd. Paramedic in the royal pharmacy & White armies.

Chervinsky Yevgeny Yakovlevich—1901, Simferopol. 1919-1920 Private in White Army

Shoklender Lazar Borisovich—1902, Yalta

Stein Peter Abramovich---1876, Chmielnik, Litin county, Podolia. 1918-1920, Private in white Army.

Shterngolts (Shterngold) Fyodor Fedorovich—1891 Odessa. Graduate of U. of Odessa, law.

December 10
Rubanovich Benjamin Yankelevich-1880 Podolsk

December 21 (?)
3. Akav Solomon Iosifovich—1880, Yalta. Merchant . Did not serve in army.

4. Amstislavsky Yankel-Capel Izrailevich—1882, Kremenchug. Merchant.

20. Bentsman (Benzaak) Gil Sholomovich—Dvinsk. Merchant, refugee.

21. Bentsman Sholom Sholomovich--??, Dvinsk, Vitebsk. Lived in Sumy. Director of the Sumy knitting factory, merchant of 2nd guild. Refugee.

35. Wasilewski Isidore Aleksandrovich—1849, Skvira, Kiev. Spiritual education. Worked in Ukrainian national Bank.

40. Vinokurov natovich Herzl-1894, Yalta (also a resident). Merchant

48. Ginzburg Viktor Aleksandrovich—1901 Kharkov. Soldier

55. Grobshteyn Shovel Sholomovich—1880, Kremenchug. Accountant, refugee

77. Ziskind Khaym-Srul Yakovlevich---1867, Vinnitsa. Trader, refugee

83. Kachanovich Akim (Yakov) Naumovich—1888, Pskov. Clerk in the Markov division of White Army

92. Krasnov Moise Itskovich—1869, Kherson. Trader

103. Lvin Shmerk-Girta Movshevich—1880, Vitebsk. Trader, refugee

110. Markovich Isaak Moyshevich-1887, Poltava province. Bank manager, refugee. Seller of a grocery store; accused of fleeing from Soviet authorities

120. Moldovsky Lev Davidovich—1867, Kharkov. Merchant 1st guild, refugee

126. Nemetz Abram Isaakovich—1865 Kremenchug, Poltava. Tractor plant manager, engineer, industrialist. Lived at 1 Lutheran St.

127. Nemetz Lev Abramovich—1900, Kremenchug. Student at Kiev Polytechnic Institute, , son of factory owner, refugee . Lived at 1 Lutheran St.

138. Podolsky Joseph Davidovich—1881, Moscow. Grad. of Moscow University—law. Former official, civil  servant, refugee

149. Rostiger Yankel Davidovich—1869 Moscow. Trader, refugee

160. Sidorov Savaty (Savely?) Lazarevich—1886, Tver province. Soldier in Yalta hospital

182. Khozanovsky Moisey Samoylovich—1900, Orla. Student, White Army soldier

199. Yudelevich Movsha Mordukhovich—1880. Vilna province. Trader

200. Yavitz Moisey Petrovich—1875, Serdobsk, Vyborg District. Trader

202. Jacobi Moritz Abramovich—1865, Courland. Resident of Yalta, 18 St. Nicholas (now Communards), trader

JANUARY 1921

“I consider it necessary to shoot” folder

January 4
11. Segal Yakov Isaakovich—Refugee (no other data)

January 6
26. Klinkovsky Pesakh Yevseyevich—1872, Petrograd. Blacksmith. Owned a hardware store in Yalta.

41. Pesakh Yevsey Aleksandrovich—1872, Petrograd. Merchant

46. Rosenberg Henry/Genrikh Sidorovich—1893 Warsaw. Student at Warsaw Polytech Institute—Ensign. Lived at 20 Autskaya St., Apt. 8

57. Zucker Leonid Lazarevic—1888 Warsaw. Grad. of Warsaw University. Served as a Russian Army officer, was in German captivity; released in 1918. Did not serve in White Army.