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Kramer , Samuel Kramer and Bertha Green ) You could see their pictures and read their stories at; nee Pitov was the daughter of Keila nee Spektor/ Levitan, she was born in Kurenets c 1902.

Sonia and Shimon Peres with David and Paula Ben-Gurion at the bar mitzvah of their son ; Yoni Peres, August 1965 Over 22,000 names have been added to Jewish Gen's Belarus SIG database in a data set named "Grodno and Volkovysk Uyezd Revision Lists." Primarily, the records are of two types. From the 1858 Revision Lists (census) for Grodno Uyezd (district) towns: Indura (Amdur), Kaminka, Krynki, Lunna, Mosty, Ozery, Skidel, Volpa (Wolp), Vola (Wola) and Berestovitsa, and over 8700 records from the city of Grodno itself. From 1853 alphabetical conscription lists of males from Volkovysk Uyezd towns: Izabelin, Jalowka (Yalovka) Poland, Lopenitsky, Lyskovo, Mstibava, Novy Dvor, Peski, Porozovo, Ros, Svislach, Volkovysk and Zelva. Other significant data included in this data set are: - 1850 revision lists of the Galilee and Israel farming colonies - Additional revision list from the City of Grodno with 400 entries - about 1400 entries from the 1858 revision list for the town of Volkovysk.

After Grodno City (more than 9000 records), the largest collections are for Krynki (1900 entries) and Amdur ("Indura") (1400 entries).

Thanks to Ruth Marcus, Linda Hugle, Jennifer Mohr Morse, Nancy Holden, Jessica Schein, Ze'ev Sharon and many others.

I coordinated the project from start to finish, Ruth Silver guided the coordination, and Irene Kudish did the translation. If they are not answered in the information page Revision I will write a follow-up message.

Please consider making a donation to the Grodno Uyezd or Volkovysk Uyezd projects on the Belarus SIG page on Jewish Gen-erosity.

You can thank me for the many hours I put into this project by posting your success stories on Jewish Gen or contributing to the Indura Yizkor Book project on Jewish Gen. Jim Yarin Acton, MA I will be in Belarus in March, 2011, teaching in Minsk for two weeks.

His name was Kalman Borensthain [bernstein] I think from Kovno, until the name was changed to Berns in the 1930's. My matrilineal heritage is my grandfather Mordechai Antonos of Vilna, who migrated circa 1918 from Paris to the US. Cell: (312) 402 7282 E-fax: (312) 277 6755 program can be heard @ Here begins an extraordinary journey to Lithuania and Belarus for broadcaster and writer Michael Freedland and his son, Guardian journalist and best-selling author, Jonathan.