Lithuanian-Jewish Revision Lists from LitvakSIG, 1795-1942
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Lithuanian-Jewish Revision Lists from LitvakSIG, 1795-1942
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This collection contains revision list records pertaining to the Lithuanian-Jewish (Litvak) population during the Russian Empire and the period of independent Lithuania between the years 1795 and 1942. Records typically include names, date of birth, date and place of residence, and the name of the father. Some records contain information about the relationship to the head of the household. This collection has been provided to MyHeritage from LitvakSIG, Inc., an independent organization, which retains all rights, title, and interest in the data. © Copyright 1998-2021 LitvakSIG, Inc. All rights reserved. Visit <a href="https://www.litvaksig.org/welcome-to-myheritage-visitor/" target="blank">LitvakSIG</a> for more information and to search its All-Lithuanian Database.<br><br>Some records in this collection were kept for taxation or conscription purposes. Many of the original records have also been lost or destroyed. As a result, there may be significant gaps in the years available. The majority of records are from places in present-day Lithuania. However, due to various geopolitical changes during the time period of this collection, the records are not limited to the modern boundaries of Lithuania, and the places listed in records may also be located in present-day Poland, Belarus, or other neighboring countries.
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Tsemakh ShabadResidence: 1878 - Vilnius, Vilnius, Vilnius, Lithuania
Zemach Shabad was a Jewish medical doctor and social and political activist. He was a member of the Senate (parliament) of the Second Polish Republic and a co-founder and vice-president of the YIVO (Institute for Jewish Research).