Jewish Colonies of Colon area, Entre Rios, Argentina

This list is based on the Argentina 1895 Census. These surnames belong to Russian Jewish people who lived in the Colon area in 1895.
They were arriving at the port of Buenos Aires from 1890 and then settled in the colonies of Colon area, lands purchased by the Jewish Colonization Asociation.
There they learned the farm jobs and then each family received a portion of the land to work.

Jewish Colonies included in this area are:

  • * Ubajay (Palmar - Yatay)
  • * Pueblo Cazes
  • * Pedernal (Santa Isabel)
  • * San Salvador
  • * Lopez y Berro

Follow the links on each name to see more information about the complete family:

Abramoff Abramovitsch Arbeitsmann
Armann Bakmann Barscht
Beresonsory Bokstein Bozer
Braun Bruck Cibulovsky
De Dorsch De Reichel De Rein
Diesenfeld Dorsch Driazin
Drucker Druker Ehrlich
Feingold Fenerstein Fink
Fuckelmann Galitscher Genurtzmann
Gerberbaum Gindt Gittlin
Greitzer Gritschner Grunstein
Halberstham Hermann Hil
Hirsch Hirschorn Hoffmann
Kagansky Kaplan Kauros Haneman
Kletzosy Kopelen Koriman
Krotscher Lechtig Lee
Leiborich Lerach Lerite
Lermann Liachovitzky Libidinsky
Magalnik Markon Mendler
Michalovitsch Moisey Moor
Muller Nachless Oginsky
Pisetzky Rabinovitsch Rachlin
Rachlin Rachlin Reichberg Reichel
Rein Rudaff Schechtmann
Scheibel Scheinin Schild
Schneider Schotlender Schuchmacher
Schwartzmann Schwint Sokol
Stesrovitsch Stilmann Sutin
Titiersky Wagner Walenacia
Walweir Weberlin Weinmeister
Weiss Weissmann Werner
Wolerich Wolfsohn Wortman


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