top of page
  • Writer's pictureVolynia

Jews of Ustyluh in 1856

In 1856 a fire broke out in Ustyluh. All fires at that time, especially large ones, were tried to be investigated in detail. At the same time, almost all residents who could see something were interviewed.


Fire in Praga, district of Warsaw city in 1868. Kostrzewski

Since the majority of the Ustyluh of that time population were Jews, a specific list was drawn up. Here is a list of Jewish families who lived in town in 1856:


Abramowicz, Aksamid, Bir, Bogerter, Boimel, Boimgurman, Boschenker, Brin, Cherid, Deminstein, Diner, Echt, Eidelstein, Einis, Eisfeld, Elboim, Emmer, Fein, Fendel, Fiks, Finkelstein, Fleimer, Fraiman, Gandzamd?, Geiler, Gerinstein, Ginsberg, Ginzber, Gotman, Grinbar, Grinipun, Grinsberg, Handler, Hun, Kalner, Kaz, Kitai, Kraid, Kranz, Krauzman, Krimer, Leibediger, Leibidiger, Leirer, Lerer, Lerner, Lindeiboim, Link, Manischester, Masar, Meer, Meistal, Mosenzschnik, Oiben, Pachter, Pereimuter, Perelmuter, Perman, Pin, Platsch, Pluman, Pomaranz, Pschchiwa, Raif, Roiter, Rotenberg, Rozmarin, Schafrer, Scheinfald, Schmalz, Schnaider, Schtern, Schtiler, Schtilka, Schwaib, Schwarzer, Shapira, Stenzscharitscher, Tei, Tenenboim, Tesler, Tetelboim, Tolber, Tomsel, Zaiwel, Zeid, Zeiger, Zeinis, Zemel, Ziser, Zwikel

87 views0 comments

Related Posts

See All

Comments


bottom of page