​​The Jewish Families of Ostropol
 Researching  Jewish Families in the territories of the Russian Empire and in the small Ukrainian town of Ostropol

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Surnames as of Nov 2018 The letters that follow each of the 270 names are the Sources in the legend in my Nov 2018 article linked on this page

Abramzon E/H/I/M/O/R; Adelman D;  Agris B/ S/ ; Aingorn A/ B/ C/ S; Aizenstein B/ E/ /M/O/R/T; Akselrod C/E/H/M/O/R /S/ U;  Anik I/M/O/R 
Bakarach U/ ; Barash (Barat) E/M/O/R/V; Baratz M/O/V; Barski D/F/ L/M/O/T; Bayzerman D/I/M/O/R; Beker (Baker) H/M/O/S/V; Belanki E/H/ I/ J/M/O/R ;Belfer B/E/I/M/O/R/S/V; Bergman (Bargman) E/M/O/S; Beru E/M/O/R/S/T; Beshovsky E/H/I/M/O/R/T; Biali B/C/H/M/O/R/ ;Blank B/; Bliman B/D/; Blumberg E/H/I/M/O/R/S; Bluwberg E/H/M/O/R; Botzwan D/;  Braverman B/E/H/M/O/R/S/ ; Bresman I/M/O/R/S/; BrimanB/D;  Brodski B/C/E/I/M/O/R/S; Bronshteyn E/ I/J/K/M/O/R; Bronberg or Bromberg M/O/R/; Bronfuks or Broifuk M/O/R; Bron E/H/I/ M/O/R/S/T;  Buntzis (Bundis) B/D; Burd E/M/O/R/T/V/X
Chernomorsky (Tchernimorsky) A/B/C/; Charny (Tcharny) B/; Chantzis(Khantzis) F/; Chariton (Khariton) B/E/I/M/O/R; Chodiak,  Chudiak (Khodiak, Khudiak)  M/O/R/V;
Deitch C/ I/ M/O/R; Demb B/; Derbermediger C/ V/; Dlagotz D/; Dolin B/M/O/ R/T/ W; Druch D/E/M/O/R/T; Dzuba B/M/O/ R; Dzus; D/M/O/R/S/;
Echenberg B/E/H/ I/J/K/L/M/O/R/T/U/V/W ; Egedin (Egeth) C/ M/O/T/S/; 
Falikman V; Feldman C/ M/ O/ R/; Flikop B/; Flotman V/; Fraikhman (Freiman) C/E/ H/J/K/M/O/R/T/; Friedman B/S; Fuks (Fox) M/O/R/S;
Galperin, Alperin M/O/R; Gedritsh E/M/O/R/; Geis M/O/S/; Geler, Giler, Guler (Geller, Giller, Heller) B/C/E/M/O/R/S; Gen, Gins C/; Genyes M/O/R; Genyuk B/C/E/H/I/M/O/R/V; Gepish (Gipesh) D/E/I; Gerbich, Gorbatch A/B/D/M/O/R/T/; Gilberg B/C/E/H/I/M/O/R; Gilik, Golik (Gillick) B/C/E/H/I/M/O/P/Q/R/S/V/X ; Gilman B/C/D/E/F/H/I/M/O/R; Gladshtein V/; Glatzer M/O/T; Glusman M/O/R;
Gochberg (Goichberg, Hochberg M/O/R/T);  Goldberg D/M/O/; Goldis E/M/O/R/T; Golditch D/E/H/I/M/O/R; Goldman B/H/M/O/R; Goldstein B/C; Goltzman (Holtzman) B/C/; Groisman (Grossman) C/E/M/O/R; Grunberg (Greenberg, Grinberg) C/E/H/M/O/R/S; Grunfeld (Greenfield, Grinfeld) A/B/C/M/O/R/S/W; Grunsper; (Greensport) M/O/R; Grunshteyn (Greenstein) M/O/R/; Gubernik (Gubernick) E/M/O/R/S/; Guralnik B/E/H/M/O/R/T;  Gurvitch (Horowitz) U;


Kabrun M/O/R/; Kadushavich M/O/R/S;  Kaliner, Kelner C/E/M/O/R; Kamenir V;  Kamloon M/O/R; Kantor C/E/H/I/J/K/L;  Kantoretz,    Kantorez C/I/J/K/M/O/R/U/V; Kaplan B/; Katz C/M/O/; Kaytan M/O/R/S; Khemluk M/O/R/; Kheshyak M/O/R/; Khmelnitsky M/O/R/; Khvonyik M/O/; Kibrun M/O/R/S; Kirzner, Korzner M/O/R/S; Kitner S/; Kleiman B; Kleiner M/O/T/ ;Kleinerman B/; Kligerman B; Klubok B/M/O/R/; Kniznick B/D/; Knop B/V/; Kom (Kama) H/M/O/R/; Kosi (Kusis) H/I/; Koteliansky A/B/; Kotler B/; Kovel M/O/R/S; Kovalenko U/; Krimer B/E/M/O/R/S/T/U; Krikovits, Kritosvits B/; Krupnik B/V;
Lapida B/; Lauterstein D/;  Laynklimb V/;  Ledin M/O/R/S/; Leifer B/V; Letis M/O/R/; Leventon C/; Leveram L/; Levinzon M/O/R/T/; Levy C/H/M/N/R/; Liberchuk B/; Lipshitz A/; Lisak (Litzyuk)  B/ E/ M/O/R/U; Lissy B/E/I/M/O/R; Listernak C/; Litvak (Ludwig) C/; Livner (Livni) B/; Lubarsky F/V; Lubimirsky V/ ; Lvovska, Lvovsky V/; 
Malina V/;  Malkis V/; Marder B/C/;  Margulis V/;  Mayster E/M/O/R; Meerzon (Meyerson) C/E/H/I/M/O/R/; Meishenzon,  Moischeson B/; Melamed C/E/I/M/O/R; Mesonzhik H/; Milimovka (MIlnifker) M/O/R/U/V; Milis, Millicz V/;  Millman V/; Milrood E/H/M/O/R/;  Mindman V/; Markowiecki, Morkovitzki V/; Moisechson W/; Morozhnik J/K/M/O/R/; Muravoy V/;  
Neiman, Neuman C/E/M/O/R;  Nuchimson A/B/S/W; Nudelman C/D/E/H/M/O/R/S/V; Oks, Okhetz C/M/O/R/S; Ostri M/O/R/S; 
Pakman (Packman) A/B/;  Pedinker M/O/R/S/; Perlman M/O/R/T;  Perlmuter B/M/O/R/U/; Piltch, Pilz B/; Pilverman, Pulverman B/; Podjar, Podzhar B/C/M/O/R/S/X;  Polishuk A/M/O/R/S; Polansky, Polonsky C/H/I/M/O/R/S/V/U;
Rabenki M/O/R/;  Rabinovich (Rabinowitz) C/E/M/O/R/; Reider (Rader) E/; Reife (Greif) C/; Reisman E/; Rekhtman, (Reichman AND Rakhman) B/M/O/R/S/X; Roitenberg C/M/O/R/; Rosenberg B/E/M/O/R/T/; Rosenstein B/E/M/O/R/T/; Rothstein E/M/O/R/T/;  Rubinstein C/M/O/; Rudstein, Rudinstein M/O/R/; Rurka M/O/R/;  Rutberg M/O/R/S; Rutish; E/;
Saltzberg M/O/R/;  Savransky E/H/I/M/O/R/; Segal (Tzigel, Cigal) M/O/R/T/S; Shafer B/M/O/R/; Shain C/I/M/O/R/S; Shalita B/U; Shamis C/E/M/O/R/; Shatz B/C/; Sheinberg B/; Sheinfeld (Shoenfeld) M/O/R/S/V; Sherberg E/M/O/R/S; Shimel; Shimelfarb M/O/R/S/V; Shkolnik (Skolnick) A/; Shlain, Shlaen M/O/R/S/; Shmuter B/; Shnitzer M/O/R/S/; Shpigelberg, Shpigelburd (Speigelburd) E/H/I/M/O/R/S/U; Shpitz M/O/R/S; Shrier, Schrier E/; Shulmanowitz A/E/H/I/M/O/R/T/;  Shuster, Shusterman B/E/H/M/O/R/; Shvartzburd (Schwartzburd) E/H/I/M/O/R/T/; Shvartzer (Schwartzer) E/I/M/O/R/; Shvartzman (Schwartzman) H/M/O/R; Sirota C/M/O/R/S; Skaletski E/H/ M/O/R/;  Starkberg M/O/R/; Steinberg L/M/O/R; Steinpas, Steinpres U/; Streiknik M/O/R/S/; Subinshteyn E/; Svichar, Svicharny (Sweitzer) B/M/O/R/V; 
Teitelbaum B/M/O/R/;
Vaserman (Wasserman) W/; Veksel B/; Veksler (Wechsler) B/; Veksman B/; Veldman, Valdman M/O/R/T; Vidman B/; Vugman, Vugshmidt (Wagman) D/M/O/R/T; Vayner (Weiner) E/M/O/R/S; Vaynshteyn (Weinstein) E/I/M/O/R/; Vaysburd, Vaysberg (Weisberg) M/O/R/S/T/; Vayser (Weiser) M/O/R/; Vaysman (Weisman) E/H/I/M/O/R/;
Zabarka B/E/H/L/M/O/P/R/T/; Zaltzman (Saltzman) M/O/R/; Zaluki, Zaguki L/M/O/R/S; Zamchuk B1912 /; Zamochnik B/; Zemliak B/E/H/J/K/L/M/N/O/R/V/W ; Zilberberg D/M/O/R/T;



Quarterly Column  Russian Records of Emigrant Ostropolers - Russian Documents tieing Emigrant Jewish Families to Ostropol
The article published November 2018 had been published as a stand-alone article, but I soon realized that the on-going identification of new individuals and new sources, mandated that this be published as a series of articles and I have added it to our Quarterly Columns . The current page is now the main page for the series.

Column 1 Nov 2018 - Ostropol Jewish Families
with  Russian Records
 Listing the Specific Record Sources used for each family and the Surnames found


March 2019 - This article is updated to bring the Reports current

The surnames in the left hand column were those of  Jewish families tied to  Russian records, each specifying a residence or birthplace in Ostropol. The lists below were noted in that same article if the individual was reported as of Ostropol in a family report, a migration record, or was buried in Ostropoler burial lots. Each of those lists below have now been annotated for those individuals subsequently found in a Russian record specifying Ostropol.

Surnames listed in Nov 2018 as reportedly of Ostropol, but at that time had neither  emigration record nor any Russian Record specifying Ostropol
Asnis ; Auerbach; Banderman; Bein;  Benoff; Berenson, Blick (reportedly from Cherny Ostrow); Brestowitski; Britanchuk (from Miropol and Polonnoye); Buchrinsky; Chaichik (Tchaichik); Chudnofsky (Tchudnofsky); Chekanofsky (Tchekhanofsky); Dobren;  Druckman; Drucker; Etmaker;  Farber;  Filler;  Gen;  Golodner; Gornstein; Glassberg; Goldfarb; Janofsky;  Josevich (Yosovich); Kagan (Kogan); Kaiman; Karp; Kasday; Kemper;  Kendler; Kerman; Kesselman (records from Zhitomir and Polonnoye);  Keysler; Khaimowitz (Chaimowitz); Kostakowsky; Koszawicz; Kreissman; Kreitzer; Kremerman; Krisilof; Kuperman; Kushner; Kutcher; Kushman; Landisberg; Lesser; Levak; Levin;  Levita; Lieberstein; Litman; Litenetsky; Manster;  Marantz;  Markinson;  Meilachis;  Mett;  Milstein;  Nishet;  Nisenzon; Nuss, Offenber; Oransoff;  Ordinsky;  Rabelsky; Ratkowsky;  Ratushnik; Resnik;  Rifkin;  Ring;   Rosenfeld;  Rosenstrakh; Rotchetsky; Saginur; Saponsky; Scharatz; Sheinbein;  Sherlis,  Sherman,  Shier;  Shlager; Shlichtman; Shmerlin; Shneirman; Shnoper; Shvartz;  Silber; Silberman;  Silberstein, Simon;  Sores; Soslofsky; Spector; Stivikovsky;  Stolar;  Styeransky; Task; Teitelman;  Teller; Tessler; Vorono; Vaserman (Vaselman); Vinokur; Wolfson; Yakers; Yuttal; Zipor (Chapper);  Of this list - the following families have been found  conclusively in Ostropol records for  March 2019 : Asnis (Soviet); Bein (Gazette); Glassberg (Bsns Directory);  Goldfarb (Soviet); Kushner; Kutcher (YV); Litman (Soviet); Ring (Soviet); Silber (Soviet)

Surnames listed in Nov 2018 found in a Migration or Citizenship record specifying residence or birth in Ostropol, but have not yet been found in a Russian record
Aizenberg; Basil; Basman;  Betrokarnitsky; Bukowiner; Choros (Khoroz);  Datz; Dion;  Dergel; Dirkatz; Drell; Dropsitz; Dvosis; Ehrlich;  Feierstein; Fershtman;  Fishbein; Foigrel; Fleisher; Galanternik;  German (Herman); Godkes (Hodkes, Otkis); Gershenblit; Grezofsky; Grunvald (Greenwald); Handlerschlok; Hofer; Iwanitzki; Khalfin (Chalfin); Karol; Katchka; Kleitman; Kotik; Kotsichen; Kotler;  Kovalenko; Kowadler; Kravitz; Kuperschmidt; Lesavoy (found in Chudnov);  Maltz (Maltzich);  Mandel;  Marantz; Marshak;  Medres,  Melogowsky;  Menukhes; Meshangiser;  Munder; Michelbein;    Oderman; Okshendler; Osovski; Pache;  Parnas;  Peindler;  Peltzman;  Perkis;  Perls;  Perlstein;  Peteshuk;  Pilovsky;  Pituch; Plasser;  Plone;  Pogrebinski;  Poianov;  Poibis;  Polinovsky; Popelnitzer; Prinz;  Pugach; Rafaevich;   Revinson (Rubinson);  Richter; Rosenman; Rosensaft; Rosenzweig;  Rothman (Rudman); Rothwarf (I have a record with Russian address but was not a Russian record);  Sandler was from StaroKonstantinov, wife from Ostropol);  Schlichtman; Schreiber; Schreibstein; Shapiro;  Sutelman (Sutelan); Tenzer; Tretiak (was from Ostropol village of Ladogi); Tschlapak (Slepak); Toibis (Tubis); Toker;  Zamchuk; Zarider;  Zausner; Zochewer; Zuckerman (Cikinovker); Zusman (Susman); 
 
Of this list - the following families have been found  conclusively in Russian records for Ostropol for March 2019: Dvosis (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Farber (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Grunvald (Soviet -persecuted WW2);  Karol; Katchka; Kleitman; Maltz; Marantz; Oderman; Petukh; Pugatch (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Raskin; Rothwarf;  Shapiro (YV); Toibis (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Tretiak (from Ostropol village of Ladogi - Soviet evacuants); Zamchuk; Zaruder (Zarider Soviet -persecuted WW2);  Zusman

Surnames listed in Nov 2018 as connected to Ostropolers by post-emigration records but  as of Nov 2018 found only in the Lyubar tax and voter records and directories 
Balk; Bleifer; Derberamdiker;  Dorfman; Drus;  Feingold; Filstein; Fishman; Giter; Gochman; Guberman; Gus (Gaz); Khaskelson; Kofman (Kaufman); Koltun; Kris; Krystal (Rishtal, Rishal) - have Ostropol address but not from Russian record; Ladner; Landa;  Leib; Lekach; Lerman;  Lerner;  Lieb;  Liebman; Mazel (Mazer);  Priven; Raivy;  Ravitch; Ribstein;  Rogul; Roitfeld;  Shechtman; Shoichet; Shpielberg; Tepper;  Tcherashny; 
Of this list - the following families have been found  conclusively in Russian records for Ostropol for March 2019: Deramdiker (Derberandiker- (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Guberman (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Koltun (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Landa (YV); Lerner (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Shoichet (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Shpielberg (Soviet -persecuted WW2);



New Surnames of Ostropol for March 2019
Aingorn (Soviet-military); Belgedrud (Soviet -persecuted WW2);  Berenshteyn (Soviet-persecuted WW2); Borukhovich (Soviet -evacuants WW2); Bresler (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Epel (YV); Fraishteter (YV); Gejmacher (this was married woman Dvora Gejmacher whose parents were from Ostropol, surname not yet known) (YV); Gelman (YV); Girzhel (YV);  Glizerman (Soviet-persecuted WW2); Goreyshteyn (Soviet -evacuants WW2); Greberg (Soviet -persecuted WW2);  Grobdrot (YV); Gudler (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Kaplun (Soviet -persecuted WW2);  Kaptur (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Kletz (Soviet persecuted: of the Ostropol village of Gubin); Kleyderman (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Kosel (Kosoi - Soviet -persecuted WW2); Kravchuk (in Knizniki village of Ostropol, Soviet -evacuants WW2);  Kremez (married name of Jew born in Knizniki, Ostropol (YV); Kutin  (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Leibenshtein  (YV);  Marder (Soviet persecuted:of the Ostropol village of Gubin); Mordkovski (manifest; Society membership); Rybolev(Soviet -persecuted WW2); Shigenburd (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Shnadshteyn (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Shnik (Soviet -persecuted WW2);  Shtarber (Soviet -persecuted WW2);  Shulik (Soviet -persecuted WW2); ;  Shvartz (Soviet -persecuted WW2);  Simetzki  (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Soskil (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Telsis (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Terfeld (Soviet persecuted: of the Ostropol village of Gubin); Teytel (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Veytz  (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Volfinson (Soviet -evacuants WW2; (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Yelman (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Yospa (Soviet -persecuted WW2); Zizberg (Soviet -persecuted WW2); 

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