Friday, July 17, 2015

1897 RUSSIAN CENSUS: SKVIRA, KIEV, UKRAINE (#3)


1897 RUSSIAN CENSUS: SKVIRA, KIEV, UKRAINE (#3)
(Michael Girshson)

There are surnames ONLY. There is no further information! 
(The use of the feminine case for a name may mean that the person was living in someone else's home as a servant. The person may or may not have been Jewish.)
The list is based on records from the State Archive of the Kiev Region
(Kiev Provincial Committee of the 1st National Census in 1897: "Skvira County Census Committee"-- F. 384, inv. 10, 1-42)

Below is only a partial list of names:

Kagan, Kagon
Kalinas, Kamenetsky
Kamenker, Kanovskaya
Kanter, Kanterovich
Kantor, Kaplun,
Kaptun, Karalnik, Katenker
Kats/Katz, Katsinoy
Kvyat, Keyzeman
Keyler, Kelman
Kemelmakher, Kenis
Ker, Kivenko
Kilmnik, Kimbarg
Kinberg, Kinzbarg
Kinzberg, Kiperman
Kipnes, Kisilevsky
Kisilenko, Kislik
Kichak, Kisheneva
Kleyman, Kleyner
Kild, Kloyzman
Klotsman, Klubok
Klyashtorny, Kobrinskaya
Kovelman, Kovchankin
Kogon, Kozhukh
Koyrakh, Koyfrman
Kolodizhner, Kolodyazhnaya
Koltun, Koltyansky
Kolman, Komarovsky,
Komelmakher, Kon
Konanenko, Kononovsky
Kon, Koptun
Korelman, Komitsky
Korostyshevsky, Kos
Kosaya, Kosov
Kosoy, Kostlyatsky
Kosy, Kotlyar
Kotlyar, Kotlyarova
Kotlyarsky, Kotus
Kofman, Koshtelman
Koshtus, Kpiger
Kpiots, Kravets
Krakovsky, Kranovskaya
Krasnaya, Krasnoselsky
Krasny, Kreynis
Kremener, Krentsel
Krivitsky, kriger
Krol, Krupnik
Kubernik, Kuzynka
Kumo, Kuralnik
Kurolapnik, Kutsen
Kutsenko
Kushnir, Kushnir

Lavinsky, Lazarev
Laynburd, Lamchik
Langurd, Langer
Landa, Lander
Lev, Levenzon
Levinka, Levinsky
Levit, Leviter
Levites, Leyzorzon
Leyner, Lembersky
Lerner, Leshchinsky
Liber, Liberzon
Liberman, Livshis
 Livshits, Liman
Limon, Linov
Linkov, Lipelis
Lipetsky, Lipkelis
Lipova, Lipovetsky
Lirman, Liser
Litvak, Litminskaya
Liflyandsky, Lishchinsky
Logvinskaya, Loytser
Loytskhe, Loshak
Luzhansky, Lukashevsky
Lvovsky, Lyubavner
Lyubarsky, Lyatburt
Lyakhovetskaya