Today our team came back from the Kiev archive in which we did one of the hardest thing in genealogical research – doing the copies of census tales.
Today our census tale was: Additional census tale of commoners, the Jews of Kiev, Vasilkov Boguslav and Radomyshel counties, 1818 year. This census tale has 875 pages with more than 10 unique Jewish family names on each of the page. That means more than 9000 Jewish families which used to live at Ukraine at 1818 year.
It is a real unique work. Nobody did it before.
So, which areas we have in it? Which cities?
Kiev, Chebyshev, Rzhyschev, Gostomel, Borodyanka, Dymer, Makarov, Yasnogorodka, Ignatovka, Vasilkov Rokitna, Fastow, Belaya Tserkov, Bohuslav, Tagancha, Steblev, Korsun, Kanev, Radomyshel (middle and end of the case), Shenderovka , Chodorov, Bohuslav, Gornostelpol, Brusilov, Habnoe.
But our work is not finished. Now we have the just the pictures. But soon you’ll see the the full list of the Jewish Family names accordingly each of the city mentioned before.
So, what does it mean? That means that anybody will be able to find their ancestors much more quickly due to our team!
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