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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.* Another large group of Amdurs originally were named Amdursky.They emigrated to the United States, possibly from Bialystok, at the end of the 19th century and settled in Pittsburgh. Results from the Amdur name DNA project indicates that the Pittsburgh clan are totally separate from most of the other branches of Amdur name bearing families * A third group descends from a husband and wife who lived in Mogilev in contemporary Belarus and who emigrated to Palestine in the first quarter of the 19th century.As far as we know, no one assumed the last name of Amdur while still living in Indua.That would have defeated the purpose of distinguishing one from the other.

We assume that all those whose names are Amdur, Amdursky and Amdurer descent from someone who lived in Indura just prior to the adoption of family names.The Russian law mandating the adoption of fixed surnames was enacted in 1809.Prior to that time, Jews had just secular (Yiddish) and sacred (Hebrew) names.* 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.

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