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These records were acquired for us over many years either from archivists in Kaunas (formerly Kovno) or Vilnius (formerly Vilna), the Braslav historical museum and by a number of local Jewish researchers hired by us for that purpose.The earliest 19th century Braslav Jewish census we have is from 1812 and it shows that the Amdur name already was being used by then.No one in the 18th century censuses has family names. We assume that one Elyakim was our ancestor although we don’t know which one.We also don’t know if this Elyakim made the move to Braslav.Images allow the trees to have meaning beyond that of just relationships. Between us, we have been researching our common Amdur roots for nearly 50 years.

Most Jews of Eastern Europe did not have hereditary family names until required by law to adopt them.

It's contents have been put together based on information supplied by members of the Amdur family 'olumi'.

Its purpose is to give us a history, roots, and to allow all of us a sense of belonging. Please add to it by forwarding missing or corrected information, stories you heard from your grandparents about the old countries, and most important - photos, both of your generation as well as of those no longer with us.

* The Braslav Amdurs were centered especially in Slobodka, a settlement 10 kilometers northeast of the town of Braslav from at least the start of the 19th century (and perhaps earlier) until the Holocaust and beyond.

Novo Aleksandrovsk later became Zarasai district and , as a result of border changes following World War I, Braslav (55'38"N / 27'02"E) today is in the far northeastern corner of Belarus.