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== 1917 Land Census for the Berdyansk District  ==
 
== 1917 Land Census for the Berdyansk District  ==
  
1917 land census (Поземельная перепись) for the Berdyansk district, Tavrida, Russia, later Berdyansk, Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine. Each sheet includes land owners' name, ages of those in his household and description of the estate's property. This set is divided into folders. Sheets in each folder are numbered in the upper right corner. Usually, sheets from a village are grouped together. There may be more than one village in the folder. Text is in Russian.  
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1917 land census (Поземельная перепись) for the Berdyansk district, Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine. Before 1918, Berdyansk district was located in the Tavrida province of the Russian Empire
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This set is divided into folders (дела). Sheets in each folder are numbered consecutively in the upper right corner. Usually, sheets from one village are grouped together. There may be more than one village included in the folder. Each sheet includes land owners' name, ages of those in his household and description of the estate's property. Text is in Russian.  
  
 
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1917 Land Census for the Berdyansk District

1917 land census (Поземельная перепись) for the Berdyansk district, Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine. Before 1918, Berdyansk district was located in the Tavrida province of the Russian Empire

This set is divided into folders (дела). Sheets in each folder are numbered consecutively in the upper right corner. Usually, sheets from one village are grouped together. There may be more than one village included in the folder. Each sheet includes land owners' name, ages of those in his household and description of the estate's property. Text is in Russian.

Click here to see what records are available through the Family History Library.