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Kherson Province

1900s Country: Russian Empire

Districts

Main Towns

Reference: When these letters appear the town has
Town Leader, KehilaLinks, Projects, Documents

Projects

NameCoordinatorStatusView
About setting up Jewish college commissions in Belorus, Derpsk, Kiev, Odessa educatioJanette SilvermanNot Yet Started
About setting up Jewish college commissions in Belorus, Derpsk, Kiev, Odessa educational districts. Information about college commissions, kheders, talmud-torahs, beit-midrashes, about teachers and students of Volyn, Yekaterinoslavsk, Kiev, Kurlyandsk, Podolsk, Poltava, Tavriya, Kherson, Chernigov provinces and Bessarabskaya region, 1840-1852; Russian; CAHJP HM2/9465.1.

Department of Public EducationRGYA, Saint Petersburg. Fond 733, op. 97, d. 16
About the Jews who were made to move from Kovensk, Poltava, Chernigov provinces to thJanette SilvermanNot Yet Started
About the Jews who were made to move from Kovensk, Poltava, Chernigov provinces to the Caucasus and Kherson provinces, 1807; Russian; CAHJP HM2/9315.14.

Department of Executive PoliceRGYA, Saint Petersburg. Fond 1286, op. 1, d. 64
Application of VAGNER and NEDMAN families to permit them migration from Novograd-VolyJanette SilvermanNot Yet Started
Application of VAGNER and NEDMAN families to permit them migration from Novograd-Volynskiy district to Kherson and Ekaterinoslav Provinces, 1833, Russian, CAHJP HM2/8924.6.

Administration of Kiev Podolia and Volyn General-Governor."Central State Historical Archive (TsGIA), Kyiv, Ukraine Fond 442, Opis 1, Delo 1442"
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Document and Dataset Collections

NameTime frameView
Courland-Kherson Jewish Relocation1837-1840
This database contains information about 5,872 Jews who relocated from towns in Courland to agricultural colonies in Kherson Gubernia in 1837 and 1840.

The documents were handwritten in Russian, and reference the years 1837 and 1840.  The documents cover all the major towns in Courland Gubernia — Bausk, Friedrichstadt, Gazenpot, Goldingen, Grobin, Jakobshtat, Libava, Mitava, Pilten, Polangen, Tuckum, and Vindava.  Unfortunately, these documents do not specify to which of the Kherson colonies these Jews relocated.

These records were photocopied by the Latvian National Archives (Latvijas Nacionālais Arhīvs) at the request of the JewishGen Ukraine SIG.  The Latvian National Archives are located at Šķūņu Street 11, Rīga, LV-1050, Latvia.  The records are all from Fond 412, Office of Courland Governor.  To see the originals, please contact the archives directly — JewishGen does not have permission to circulate the copies.

Articles

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Faces from KhersonPhotos 

Related Links

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Kherson Province PageUkr-SIG Old Town Pages
1821 Kherson governorate at WikimediaMaps & Gazetteers
Agricultural Colonies of Southern Ukraine, KehilaLinksCommunities
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