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Sub-Carpathia KehilaLinks


KehilaLinks is a JewishGen project which provides a place (space) on JewishGen's servers for a web page or web site where anyone with an interest—such as in the ancestral village or town where your family and other Jews lived—to memorialize the once-flourishing hub of Jewish life there. The web page (or web site) for your ancestral village or town should be in a wider context—beyond lists of names and dates—with historical information, old family pictures, links to other sites, etc., that provide additional information for current and future researchers with Jewish roots in that village or town.

The goal of the KehilaLinks project is to develop an atlas of Jewish life in Sub-Carpathia in a way that shares the histories, images, stories, etc., where our ancestors once lived.

KehilaLinks - General


If you have a KehilaLinks web site in Ukraine today with a connection to the former Hungarian counties of Bereg, Máramaros, Ugocsa or Ung, click HERE to e-mail us the name and internet address of your web site to be included below.

If you do not find your ancestral village or town in the JewishGen Communities database that is located in Ukraine today, but was located in the former Hungarian counties of Bereg, Máramaros, Ugocsa or Ung, click HERE to e-mail contact the Sub-Carpathia SIG coordinator who will guide you.

If you are interested in creating a web site for your ancestral town or village, click HERE to e-mail us.

If you able to create a web site yourself, click HERE to learn the process of creating a KehilaLinks web site.


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KehilaLinks - Sub-Carpathia


Following are JewishGen-hosted KehilaLink web sites for towns and villages in Sub-Carpathia, listed alphabetically by their current Ukrainian names and, in parenthesis, their former Hungarian, Czech names.

If you have content for any of the following ShtetLink web sites, please contact me.

NOTE: Town names that are not a clickable link are still in-progress.

    Astei (Asztély, Asztely)
    Badalovo (Badaló)
    Balazher (Balazsér, Balažser)
    Batovo (Bátyú)
    Bedevlya (Bedõháza, Bedevla)
    Belki (Bilke, Bilky)
    Bene
    Benedykivtsi (Benedike, Benedikovce)
    Beregi (Nagybereg, Berehy)
    Berehove (Beregszász, Berehovo)
    Berehújfalu (Beregújfalu, Nové Selo)
    Berezovo (Berezna, Berezovo)
    Bila Tserkva (Tiszafejéregyháza, Bilá Cirkev)
    Bohdan (Tiszabogdány, Bogdan)
    Borzhava (Nagyborzsova, Veľká Boržava)
    Brid (Boród, Brod)
    Brystrytsya (Repede, Rjapity)
    Bukivts'ovo (Ungbükkös, Bukoč)
    Bukovets' (Beregbárdos, Bukovec)
    Bukovets' (Bükköspatak, Bukovec)
    Bushtyno (Bustyaháza, Buštino)
    Chabanivka (Bačsava, Bačovo)
    Chepa (Csepe, Čepa)
    Cherna (Csarnatõ, Černá)
    Chertezh (Ungcsertész, Čertež)
    Chomonin (Čomonín)
    Chop (Csap, Čop)
    Chornoholova (Sóhát, Černohlava)
    Chornotysiv (Feketeardó, Cerný Ardov)
    Chornyi Potik (Feketepatak, Černý Potok)
    Chumalovo (Csmolif)
    Chynadiyovo (Szentmiklós)
    Danylovo (Husztsófalva, Danilovo)
    Dilove (Terebesfejérpatak, Trebuša)
    Dovhe (Dolha, Dovhé)
    Drahovo (Kövesliget, Dragovo)
    Drotyntsi (Tiszaszirma, Sirma)
    Dubove (Dombó, Dubové)
    Dubrynychi (Bercsényifalva, Dubriniče)
    Dusyno (Duszína, Dusina)
    Dyida (Déda, Deda)
    Esen' (Eszeny, Eseň)
    Fanchykovo (Fancsika, Fančikovo)
    Fertesholmash (Fertõsalmás, Fertešalmáš)
    Gecha (Mezõgecse, Meze)
    Haloch (Gálocs, Galoč)
    Hanychi (Ganychi, Gánya, Ganiče)
    Hat (Gáth, Hať)
    Holiatyn (Tarfalu, Hoľatín)
    Holubyne (Holubina, Holubinné, Golubinoye)
    Horinchovo (Herincse, Horinčovo)
    Horonhlab (Kisharangláb, Malý Haranglab)
    Hudya (Gödényháza, Guďa)
    Huklyvyy (Hukliva, Huklivy)
    Il'nytsia (Iloncza, Ilnice)
    Irlyava (Ungsasfalva, Orlova)
    Irshava (Ilosva, Iršava)
    Iza
    Kal'nyk (Beregsárrét, Kalnik)
    Kalyny (Alsókálinfalva, Kaliny)
    Kam'yans'ke (Beregkövesd, Kivjašd)
    Keretsky (Kerecke, Kerecky)
    Khmil'nyk (Komlós, Komluš)
    Kholmets' (Korláthelmecz, Chlumec)
    Khust (Chust, Huszt)
    Klenovets' (Frigyesfalva, Fridešovo)
    Klyachanovo (Klacsanó, Kličanovo)
    Klyucharki (Várkulcsa, Klucsárka)
    Kolochava (Alsókalocsa,Koločava)
    Kolodne (Darva, Kolodné)
    Korolevo (Királyháza, Kralovo)
    Koshel'ovo (Keselymezö, Košeľovo)
    Koson' (Mezökászony, Kosino)
    Krychovo (Kricsfalva, Kričovo)
    Kushnitsa (Kusnyicza, Kušnice)
    Kuz'myno (Beregszilvás, Kuzmina)
    Kyblyary (Köblér, Kibral)
    Lintsi (Unggesztenyés, Línce)
    Loza (Füzesmezö)
    Luh (Kislonka)
    Lyakhívtzí (Lehócz, Lehovce)
    Lypcha (Lipcse, Lipča)
    Lyuta (Havasköz, Ljutá)
    Mala Dobron' (Kisdobrony, Malá Dobron)
    Mala Kopanya (Alsóveresmart, Malá Kopaň a)
    Mali Heyivtsi (Kisgejõcz, Malé Gejovce)
    Malyy Berëznyy (Kisberezna, Malá Berezná)
    Matiyovo (Mátyfalva)
    Maydan (Majdánka, Majdan)
    Medvedivtsi (Fagyalos, Medveduvce)
    Mizhhirya (Ökörmezõ, Volovo)
    Mochola (Macsola, Mačsola)
    Mukacheve (Mukačevo, Munkács)
    Muzhiyevo (Nagymuzsaly, Mužijovo)
    Mynai (Minaj)
    Nankove (Husztköz, Nankovo)
    Nehrovo (Maszárfalva, Negrovo)
    Nelipyno (Hársfalva, Nelipino)
    Neresnytsya (Nyéresháza, Neresnice)
    Nevetlenfolu (Nevetlenfalu)
    Nizhniy Studenyy (Alsóhidegpatak, Nižni Studenoje)
    Nove Davydkovo (Ujdávidháza)
    Nove Selo (Tiszaújheley, Tisaujhel)
    Novoselytsya (Sósfalu, Novoselice)
    Novoselytsya (Taracújfalu, Novoselice)
    Nyzhni Vorota (Alsóverecke, Nižní Verecki)
    Nyzhnya Apsha (Alsóapsa, Nižní Apša)
    Nyzhnye Selyshche (Alsószelistye, Nižné Selišťe)
    Nyzhnye Solotvyno (Alsószlatina, Nižná Slatina)
    Oleksandrivka (Ósándorfalva, Šandrovo)
    Oleshnyk (Szõlõsegres, Egreš)
    Onok (Ilonokújfalu, Onyk)
    Patskan'ovo (Patakos, Packaňovo)
    Pavlovo (Kispálos, Pavlová)
    Perechyn (Perecseny, Perečín)
    Popovo (Csonkapapi, Čonkapapi)
    Poroshkovo (Poroskõ, Poroshkovoye)
    Pryborzhavs'ke (Zádnya, Zadne)
    Pryslip (Pereszlõ, Příslop)
    Puzniakivtsi (Szarvasrét, Pusňakovce)
    Pyiterfolvo (Tiszapéterfalva, Petrovo)
    Pylypets' (Fülöpfalva, Filipec)
    Rafaynovo (Rafajnaújfalu, Rafajna Nové Selo)
    Rakhiv (Rahó, Rachov)
    Rakoshyno (Beregrákos, Rákošín)
    Rakovo (Rákó, Rakove)
    Repynnye (Repenye, Repinné)
    Richka (Kispatak, Ríčka)
    Rokosovo (Rakasz, Rakasov)
    Roztoka (Alsóhatárszeg, Nižní Roztoka)
    Ruski Komarivci (Oroszkomoróc, Komórovce)
    Sasovo (Tiszaszászfalu, Sasovo, Sásfalovo)
    Shalanky (Salánk, Šalanky)
    Shyroke (Felsõsárad, Vižni Šard)
    Shyrokyy Luh (Széles-Lonka, Široký Luh)
    Sil' (Sóslak, Sola)
    Sil'tse (Beregkisfalud, Sel'ce)
    Sokyrnytsia (Szeklence, Sekernice)
    Solotvyno (Aknaszlatina, Slatinské Doly)
    Sredneye (Szerednye, Seredne)
    Stare Davydkovo (Ódávidháza)
    Stavne (Fenyvesvölgy, Stavná)
    Storozhnytsya (Õrdarma, Jovra)
    Strabychovo (Sztrabicsó, Strabichëvo)
    Svalyava (Szolyva, Svalava)
    Synevyr (Alsószinevér, Sinovír)
    Syurte (Szürte, Surty)
    Tekovo (Tekeháza, Tekehaza)
    Teresva (Taracköz)
    Ternove (Kökényes, Ternovo)
    Trosnyk (Tiszasásvár, Šašvar)
    Tur'i Remety (Turjaremete, Turjanský Remety)
    Tur'ya Bystraya (Turjasebes, Tuři Bystrý)
    Tur'ya Polyana (Turjamezõ, Turja Poljana)
    Tyachiv (Técsõ, Ťačová)
    Tykhyy (Tiha, Tichá)
    Uhlya (Uglya, Uhla)
    Uzhhorod (Ungvár)
    Uzhok (Uzsok, Užok)
    Vari (Mezõvári, Vári)
    Velikiy Berëznyy (Nagyberezna, Velký Berezný)
    Velikiye Komyaty (Magyarkomjat)
    Velikiye Lazy (Nagyláz, Veľký Láz)
    Velikiye Luchki (Nagylucska, Vel'ký Loučky)
    Velyatyn (Veléte, Velatyn)
    Velyikyiy Bychkiv (Nagybocskó, Velký Bočkov)
    Velyka Dobron' (Nagydobrony, Velká Dobron)
    Velyka Kopanya (Felsõveresmart, Velká Kopaňa)
    Velyka Palad' (Nagypalád, Veľká Palad)
    Velyki Heyivtsi (Nagygejõcz, Veľké Gejovce)
    Verkhniy Studenyy (Felsõhidegpatak, Vyšný Studený)
    Verkhnya Vyznytsya (Felsõviznice, Vyšné Vyznice)
    Verkhniy Bystryy (Felso Bistra)
    Verkhnye Vodyane (Felsõapsa, Vyšná Apša)
    Veryatsya (Veréce, Veriača)
    Vil'khivka (Ölyvös, Vlahovo)
    Vil'khivtsy (Irhócz, Vulchovce)
    Vil'shynky (Egreshát, Olšinky)
    Volosyanka (Hajasd, Volušanka)
    Volovets' (Volócz, Volóc)
    Vonihovo (Vajnág, Vonyhove)
    Vylok (Tisza-Újlak, Výlok)
    Vynohradiv (Nagyszõllõs, Sevluš)
    Vyshkove (Visk, Výškovo)
    Yanoshi (Makkosjánosi, Janosovo)
    Yasinya (Körösmezö, Jasiňa)
    Zaluzhzhia (Beregkisalmás, Záluž)
    Zapson' (Zápszony, Zapsoň)
    Zavydovo (Dávidfalva, Zavidovo)
    Zhnyatyno (Izsnyéte, Zňatina)




KehilaLinks - Family Web Sites


Family web sites with Sub-Carpathian (and other) roots contain a wealth of information and may lead also to connecting with previously unknown family members. These member sites often include family photographs, family tree data and other related information.

Following are Family web sites with a connection to Sub-Carpathia. If your web site has a connection to a town or village in this region, click HERE to e-mail us.

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