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GeneralJewishGen Online Worldwide Burial RegistryCemeteries: Inscriptions & Burial RecordsJOWBR
The JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR) is a database of more than 1.7 million names and other identifying information from cemeteries and burial records worldwide, from the earliest records to the present.
GeneralPassenger Ship Manifests, Canada1895-1956Migration: Passenger Ship ManifestsAncestry.com
Canadian passenger manifests, online at Ancestry.com via Steve Morse"s One-Step website (http://www.stevemorse.org/ellis/passengers.php?mode=can). Also directly from Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1263)
GeneralPassenger Ship Manifests, Baltimore1820-1948, 1954-1957Migration: Passenger Ship ManifestsAncestry.com
Baltimore passenger manifests, online at Ancestry.com via Steve Morse"s One-Step website (http://www.stevemorse.org/ellis/passengers.php?mode=balt). Also directly from Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8679)
GeneralBiographical Names Collection1784-1997Name Lists, BiographicalUkraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
Several Russian language websites contain short biographies of Russians, both Jewish and non-Jewish. Ukraine SIG is extracting entries that appear to be for Jews and that have a Ukraine connection. We have begun by processing lists from two sources: 
Encyclopedia of Names, Kharkov Province, Volume 1
by Andrey Fedorovich Paramonov. Mr. Paramonov is Director of the Private Museum of Kharkov City Mansion, and
Center for Genealogical Research (CGR).

In addition, there are many "Memory Books" online. These memorialize soldiers and civilian casualties of wars, pogroms, and other events. Ukraine SIG is cataloging these and will begin extraction and translation projects when we obtain volunteer translators for the work.

If you can help translate these important lists, please contact 
Janette Silverman
GeneralPrenumeranten, Sefer Imri Shmuel1912Prenumeranten
Prenumeranten from pages 51-66 of Sefer Imri Shmuel, published in Warsaw, 1912. Contains 1,662 names from various towns and Agricultural Colonies.
GeneralHelkat Mehokek (edition 1902)1902Cemeteries: Inscriptions & Burial RecordsLibraries
Gravestone inscriptions in the Mount of Olives Cemetery of Jerusalem (edition 1902, in Hebrew)
GeneralYahad - In Unum Archives and Interactive Map of Execution Sites of Jewish Holocaust Victims1941-1945HolocaustYahad - in Unum
Yahad - In Unum ("together" in Hebrew and Latin) is a Paris-based organization established in 2004 by Father Patrick Desbois and dedicated to systematically identifying and documenting the sites of Jewish mass executions by Nazi mobile-killing units in Eastern Europe during World War II.

In the Ukraine, Yahad recorded more than 1,800 eyewitness-testimonies of mass shootings of Jewish victims and identified more than 700 execution sites.

Different resources and tools within Yahad - In Unum"s database can help genealogists in their research for information regarding their town.

1. Yahad - In Unum archives

In the Yahad - In Unum archives, one can find information not only about the mass shootings of Jews, but also about Jewish life before the war in the towns and villages of the Ukraine, as well as the fate of specific Jewish inhabitants murdered in theses villages and towns.

Yahad - In Unum archives include:

-	Videos of eyewitness testimonies of mass shootings of Jews during the Holocaust
-	Contemporary photographs of the villages, towns, and sites of execution, ghetto locations, camps of forced labor, synagogues, cemeteries...
-	Archival photographs of the town/village and their Jewish inhabitants
-	Archives of the Soviet State Extraordinary Commission. These are inquiries led by Soviet authorities between 1943 and 1946, after the liberation of the towns and villages about what had happened during the occupation (not only for the Jewish population). These archives are available for consultation at Yahad - In Unum"s research center in Paris.
-	The German archives are from the collection of the Bundesarchivs of Ludwisburg.  These are files of the trials of perpetrators including interrogation of people on trial as well as the witnesses (Jewish survivors, bystanders and so on). These archives are available for consultation at Yahad - In Unum"s research center in Paris.

Video testimonies can be made available online upon request through the page of the town you are interested in, at Yahad Interactive map

Photos and short video clips of testimonies are available online at Yahad - In Unum interactive map

Others archives are available for consultation at Yahad"s research center in Paris. For more information, please contact Patrice Bensimon

2. Yahad - In Unum Interactive Map

The Yahad - In Unum Interactive Map indicates the sites of mass execution sites located by Yahad research teams at which the Nazis and their allies murdered Jews in towns and villages throughout Eastern Europe. Each site includes a link to a brief village profile and to research findings for each location.

One can get access to each village where Yahad - In Unum investigated. There 2 ways to find a specific village: 1/ click on the map directly on the village you are interested in if you know where it is located; 2/ enter the name of the village in the line called "village" in the column on the left. 

Users have also the possibility to launch a search by country, scrolling through the section "country" in the column on the left of the map. Selecting a country, all the villages investigated by Yahad - In Unum in the selected country will appear on the map.

Users can also make search with other criteria than geographical. For that, users must write any word (for example: "gas van", "synagogue", "rabbi"...) and all the occurrences of the selected word published on the interactive map will be listed.

Each village has a dedicated page containing various information including:

1.	Archival pictures of the town/village and their Jewish inhabitants
2.	Contemporary photos of witnesses, of various places (execution sites, ghetto location, synagogues, camps location...)
3.	Number of video testimonies recorded in the village in question
4.	Short video clips of witness testimony
5.	Written excerpt of testimony
6.	If available, an excerpt of German archives with the reference of the archives. The German archives are from the collection of the Bundesarchivs of Ludwisburg.  It is files of trials of perpetrators including interrogation of sued persons, interrogations of witnesses (Jewish survivors, bystanders and so on). These archives are available for consultation in Yahad - In Unum research Center in Paris.
7.	If available, an excerpt of Soviet archives with the reference of the archives. The Soviet archives are from the collection of the Soviet State Extraordinary Commission. It is inquiries lead by Soviet authorities between 1943 and 1946 after the liberation of the towns and villages about what happened (not only for the Jewish population) during the occupation. These archives are available for consultation in Yahad - In Unum research Center in Paris.

Users must be aware that not all of the sites identified and not all of the villages investigated are published for the moment. Village profiles are being added incrementally each month as information is prepared and new sites are identified.
GeneralPrenumeranten, Kehilot Yitschak1911PrenumerantenKehilaLinks
Prenumeranten from 9 pages of "Kehilot Yitschak" by Yitskhak Tzvi Margolin, Rabbi of Sladkovodna (also known as Sladkovodna), published in Poltava in 1911. Contains about 2,000 names from various towns and Agricultural Colonies.
GeneralPassenger Ship Manifests, New York1820-1957Migration: Passenger Ship ManifestsAncestry.com
New York passenger manifests, online at Ancestry.com via Steve Morse"s One-Step website (http://www.stevemorse.org/ellis/passengers.php?mode=phil). Also directly from Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7488)
GeneralCatalog Cards, Ukraine Archives18th - 20th centuriesArchives, Catalog of holdingsUkraine Archives
Catalog cards from State Archives of Ukraine
GeneralFHL Microfilms17th to 20th centuriesGeneral CollectionsFHL
Vital record images from FHL library microfilms.  Jewish birth, marriage, death divorce records
GeneralHelkat Mehokek IndexCemeteries: Inscriptions & Burial RecordsIsrael Genealogical Society
A database of 8,090 listed tombstones at the Mount of Olives cemetery in Jerusalem managed and hosted by the IGS (Israel Genealogical Society).
GeneralSefer haPrenumeranten (Kagan)All time periodsPrenumerantenLibraries
Kagan"s book lists books that contain Prenumeranten (name lists of subscribers). It is organized by town.
GeneralPassenger Ship Manifests, EIDB1892-1924Migration: Passenger Ship ManifestsEllis Island Database (EIDB)
Ellis Island Database (EIDB) of passenger manifests, online. Also directly from Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7488)
GeneralYad Vashem Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names1939-1945HolocaustYad Vashem Shoah Names Database
GeneralRussian State Archives of Ancient Acts (RAGADA)pre-1800sArchival Registers, AncientRussian State Archives
Russian State Archives of Ancient Acts (RAGADA)
GeneralCAHJP Catalog CardsPre-HolocaustArchives, Catalog of holdingsCAHJP
Catalog cards describing documents at the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People (CAHJP). Cards are mostly printed and are in Russian, Polish, Hebrew, or Yiddish, or a combination of them. Cards for selected towns are available online on the Ukraine SIG website. They are listed below with links to the individual town collections.
GeneralEncyclopedia Judaica, 2nd edition2007General Referencehttp://www.bjeindy.org/encyclopedia_judaica_online
The Encyclopedia Judaica is available online, in English.
GeneralUSHMM Registry of Holocaust Survivors1939-1945HolocaustUSHMM
GeneralPassenger Ship Manifests, Boston1820-1943Migration: Passenger Ship ManifestsAncestry.com
Boston passenger manifests, online at Ancestry.com via Steve Morse"s One-Step website (http://www.stevemorse.org/ellis/passengers.php?mode=balt). Also directly from Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8745)
GeneralSlownik Geograficzny (Geographical Dictionary of the Polish Kingdom and other Slavic countries)General ReferenceLibraries
Slownik geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego i innych krajów slowianskich
GeneralAmerican Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)mid-1900sArchives, Catalog of holdingsJDC
JDC Records dealing with overseas rescue, relief, and rehabilitation of Jews during the mThey will then be made available on line world-wide. Over 300,000 digitized documents are available at http://archives.jdc.org/archives-search/?s=archivestopnav.
GeneralCemeteries: Burial datasets and photosCemeteries: Inscriptions & Burial Records
Town Cemetery records and gravestone inscriptions
GeneralShtetl Finder Gazetteer by Chester G. CohenGeneral ReferenceLibraries
Shtetl Finder Gazetter by Chester G. Cohen (1989, Paperback) ISBN-10: 1556132484|ISBN-13: 9781556132483. This book is not available online.
GeneralMilitary RecordsMilitary RecordsUkraine Archives
Russian Empire
GeneralPassenger Ship Manifests, Galveston1893-1948Migration: Passenger Ship ManifestsAncestry.com
Galveston passenger manifests, online at Ancestry.com via Steve Morse"s One-Step website (http://www.stevemorse.org/ellis/passengers.php?mode=galv). Also directly from Galveston (http://www.galvestonhistory.org/Galveston_Immigration_Database.asp)
GeneralJewish Encyclopedia of Brockhaus-Efron1908-1913General ReferenceRussian Language Websites
Online Encyclopedia
GeneralOur Father's Harvest SupplementBookKehilaLinks
reference source for items from Hamelitz
GeneralEncyclopedia of Jewish Life (2001, Reference)2001General ReferenceLibraries
Printed books, not available online
GeneralPassenger Ship Manifests, Philadelphia1800-1945Migration: Passenger Ship ManifestsAncestry.com
Philadelphia passenger manifests, online at Ancestry.com via Steve Morse"s One-Step website (http://www.stevemorse.org/ellis/passengers.php?mode=phil). Also directly from Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8769)
GeneralCAHJP DocumentsPre-HolocaustCommunity Records: KahalCAHJP
The Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People (CAHJP) were established in 1939. They hold the archives of hundreds of Jewish communities, as well as of local, national and international Jewish organizations and the private collections of many outstanding Jewish personalities. The Archives now hold the most extensive collection of documents, pinkassim (registers) and other records of Jewish history from the Middle Ages to the present day.
GeneralUkraine: An Illustrated History2007BookLibraries
This book provides a historical survey of the country from earliest times to the present. It includes maps, historic photographs, and reproductions of books and works of art. Author Paul Robert Magocsi emphasizes the multicultural nature of Ukraine throughout its history.
- (District)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages & Deaths in Chernigov District and Town1904-1918Vital Records: BirthsFHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages & Deaths from the Jewish community in Chernigov district and city. The records are from FHL microfilms number 2125338 (Item 3) and 2091573 (Item 1).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2125338

 item 3 - 1910 births


Microfilm 2091573

 item 1 - Volume 679-10/1247 (cont.) Marriages 1918 (p. 151-250) -- Marriages 1915 (p. 267-284) -- Marriages 1914 (p. 325-363) -- Marriages 1912 (p. 414-443) -- Marriages 1911 (p. 456-498) -- Marriages 1910 (p. 529-566) -- Marriages 1907 (p. 633-682) -- Marriages 1904 (p. 743-783)



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths for Chernigov district and city, Chernigov, Chernigov, Russia; later Chernihiv district and city, Chernihiv, Chernihiv, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
GeneralJewish Historical Institute CollectionsGeneral CollectionsJHI
Jewish Historical Institute holds the greatest collection of Jewish-related archival documents, books and museum objects in Poland.

 

Its most valued treasure is the Undergound Archives of the Warsaw Ghetto, Ringelblum Archives.

 

The collection of books, oldprints, manuscripts and journals amounts to 70,000 volumes, half of them in Yiddish and Hebrew. Its historical core, consisting of the remains of the Main Judaic Library, the Library of the Breslau Theological Seminar, and numerous public Jewish libraries, has been continuously expanded with new publications.
GeneralPinkas Ha'kehilot Encyclopaedia General ReferenceLibraries
Encyclopaedia of Jewish Communities in Poland
GeneralRussian Language Websites, Catalog of Datasets19th and 20th centuriesCatalog of Online Documents and DatasetsUkraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
Marilyn Robinson has been searching Russian language websites, identifying documents and datasets of interest to Ukraine SIG researchers. Marlis Humphrey and several volunteers have explored some of these sites and discovered additional documents and datasets. Marlis created an Excel spreadsheet that catalogs some of the content that has been discovered. As of 7 September 2012, the catalog contains 415 entries, representing 182 towns in Ukraine. We currently have web addresses for more than 1,000 Russian language datasets and Marilyn continues to find more. 

This is an extremely important project. We need volunteers who can read printed Russian to help identify the content of Marilyn"s "finds" and who will enter data into the Catalog. If you have Russian language skills, and are willing to help, please contact Janette Silverman or Marlis Humphrey.

The Excel Catalog contains the following fields:


  
    Town Referenced
    Uyezd
    Guberniya
  
  
    Timeframe of Records
    Type of Information
    General Description
  
  
    Title
    Location of Records
    Owner of Records
  
  
    Format of Records
    Size of Collection
    Percent Jewish Records
  
  
    URL - Online
    URL - Local
    Language
  
  
    Typed or Cursive
    No. of Records
    No. of Fields
  
  
    Fields
     
     


A document that explains entries in the Catalog can be downloaded by clicking on this link.

Ukraine SIG is helping Town Leaders and KehilaLinks Owners prioritize the datasets for their towns and to create fundraising projects to translate the datasets. Please contact Ron Doctor or Marlis Humphrey if you can help.
- (Town)Name Lists, Occupations and Residences, Not Ukrainevarious yearsName Lists, Residents Ukraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
This table lists 84 people from the Kopelman extended family. The table has the following columns: Name (given, patronymic, surname), dates, occupation, Ukraine residence, dates of residence, training, and who submitted the name.
Akhtyrka (Town)Revision List 1782, Akhtyrka1782Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782
Aleksandrovka (Town)Revision List 1811-1816, Aleksandrovka1811-1816Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1816
Aleksandrovka (Town)Revision List, Aleksandrovka town, Pereyaslav District 1835, FHL Catalog entry1835Census: Revision ListsFHL
Entries on this microfilm for Aleksandrovka do NOT include Jews. 1 microfilm reel at FHL, microfilm reel 2396624, part 2. This part of the film contains entries for towns of Aleksandrovka and Rymerovka. The entries on this film are for nobility and peasants.
Aleksandrovka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Aleksandrovka Town 1857-18621857-1862FHL Catalog EntryFHL
2 microfilms
Records of births and deaths from the Jewish community in Aleksandrovka, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 650; Opis 1; Dela 2-3, 5, 7, 15-16.
Microfilm Nos. 2289317-2289318
Aleksandrovsk (Town)Public Records, FHL Catalog entry, Aleksandrovsk 1872-19191872-1909FHL Public Records (Russian)FHL
18 microfilm reels at FHL.
Public records (financial documents, lists of voters, residents and social classes, copies of revision and family lists, house owners, name lists of union members, recruitment lists, correspondence and misc. documents) for Aleksandrovsk (aka Moskovka), Aleksandrovsk, Aleksandrovsk, Ekaterinoslav, Russia; Some files include Jewish records. The archival inventory on film no. 2447291, item1 provides a detailed listing of what records are included in each item. Text in Russian.
Fond 24, Opis 1, Delo 1-2, 4-5, 29-31, 35, 37-38, 46-47, 54-56, 61-63, 71-73, 89, 92-94, 130-133, 193-196, 206, 208, 254, 293, 300, 304-305, 342, 422, 425, 456, 458, 470-471, 473, 477, 479-480, 540, 547, 551-553, 669, 926, 1045, 1047-1055, 1075, 1085, 1088.
Microfilm No. 2447291-2447298, 2448825-2448829, 2449355-2449358, 2453221
Aleksandrovsk (Town)Names List 1843, Aleksandrovsk1843  Name Lists, OtherJG
Aleksinets (Town)Yizkor Books, AleksinetsYizkor Book Translations
none .
Aleksinets (Town)Revision List, AleksinetsCensus: Revision ListsFHL
included in Kremenets District
Ananyev (Town)Revision Lists, Ananyev 1843, FHL Catalog entry 1843  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1843   Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Ananyev (Town)Cemeteries: Burial datasets and photos, Ananyev1884-1999Cemeteries: Inscriptions & Burial RecordsJOWBR
Surnames from 114 gravestones
Ananyev (Town)Memoirs, Ananyev1888-1978MemoirsKehilaLinks
"About Uncle Jack ... a Tribute" by Andrea Massion
Ananyev (Town)Cemeteries: Photos, Ananyev2005Cemeteries: Photographs of CemeteriesKehilaLinks
Photos of Ananyev upper cemetery taken on 2005 visit are on the KehilaLinks website.
Ananyev (Town)Cemeteries: Burial datasets and photos, Ananyev1884-1999Cemeteries: Inscriptions & Burial RecordsKehilaLinks
Surnames from 114 gravestones. Surnames are in JOWBR and also are posted on the KehilaLinks website.
Chernigov (Province)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths and Divorces in Chernigov1855-1921Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
These records are from microfilm 2091572 for: Nezhin District and City, Berezna, Repki, Chernigov City and Distrct, Gorodnia City and District, Dmitrovka, Konotop City and District. Text is in Russian and Hebrew. 

Nezhin district and city, Nezhin, Chernigov, Russia: 1852-1918 -- Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths, and divorces 

 item 1 - Volume 679-10/1245 (cont.) Births 1879 (p. 561-608)  
 item 2- Volume 679-10/1246 Deaths 1890 (p. 142-178) -- Deaths 1891 (p. 226-266) -- Deaths 1893 (p. 490-518) -- Deaths 1895 (p. 626-650)
 item 3 - Volume 679-10/1247 Marriages 1899 (p. 1-40) 



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths, and divorces for Nezhin district and city, Nezhin, Chernigov, Russia; later Nizyn district and city, Nizyn, Chernihiv, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.


Berezna (aka Bereznoe), Chernigov, Chernigov, Russia: 1869-1882 -- Registers of Jewish births, marriages, and deaths  

 item 1- Volume 679-10/1245 (cont.) Marriages 1875 (p. 608-620)
 item 3 -Volume 679-10/1247 Marriages 1877 (p. 61-80)


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, and deaths for Berezna (aka Bereznoe), Chernigov, Chernigov, Russia; later Berezna, Mena, Chernihiv, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.


Repki, Gorodni, Chernigov, Russia: 1875-1882 --  Registers of Jewish births, deaths 

 item 1 - Volume 679-10/1246 Deaths 1875 (p. 612-624)


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of Jewish births, deaths for Repki, Gorodni;, Chernigov, Russia; later Ripky, Ripky, Chernihiv, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.  
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.


Chernigov district and city, Chernigov, Chernigov, Russia: 1875-1918--  Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths 

 item 1 - Volume 679-10/1245 (cont.) Marriages 1877 (p. 555-561)
 item 2 - Volume 679-10/1246 Deaths 1888 (p. 28-88) -- Deaths 1890 (p. 114-142, 178-222) -- Deaths 1891 (p. 267-406) -- Deaths 1893 (p. 428-490) -- Deaths 1894 (p. 519-612) -- Deaths 1895 (p. 650-797)
 item 3 - Volume 679-10/1247 Marriages 1917 (p. 81-110) 


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths for Chernigov district and city, Chernigov, Chernigov, Russia; later Chernihiv district and city, Chernihiv, Chernihiv, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.  
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.


Gorodnia district and city, Gorodnia, Chernigov, Russia: 1875-1921   --Registers of Jewish births, marriages, and deaths 

 item 1 - Volume 679-10/1245 (cont.) Marriages 1875 (p. 622-634)
 item 2- Volume 679-10/1246 Deaths 1888 (p.1-3, 9-26) -- Deaths 1890 (p. 89-114) -- Deaths 1892 (p. 407-428)
 item 3- Volume 679-10/1247 Marriages 1876 (p. 41-60)


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, and deaths for Gorodnia district and city, Gorodnia, Chernigov, Russia; later Horodnia district and city, Horodnia, Chernihiv, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.


Dmitrovka, Konotop, Chernigov, Russia: 1881-1882 --  Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths  

 item 1- Volume 679-10/1245 Marriages 1882 (p. 289-296)


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths for Dmitrovka, Konotop, Chernigov, Russia; later Dmytrivka, Bakhmach, Chernihiv, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.


Konotop district and city, Konotop, Chernigov, Russia: 1896-1916 -- Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths 

 item 2 - Volume 679-10/1246 Marriages 1915 (p. 3-8)


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths for Konotop district and city, Konotop, Chernigov, Russia; later Konotop district and city, Konotop, Sumy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.  
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Ananyev (Town)Photos of Ananyev2005Photos, GeneralKehilaLinks
General photos of Ananyev and vicinity
Ananyev (Town)Photos-Family, Ananyev1900-1920Photos, PeopleKehilaLinks
Family photos for Ananyev.
Ananyev (Town)Travel Reports, Ananyev2005Travel ReportKehilaLinks
Travel report and Memoir by Andrea Massion on visit to Ananyev.
Andreyeva (Town)Revision List 1816, Andreyeva1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Andreyevka (Town)All Andreyevka database Name Lists, OtherKehilaLinks
Avdeyevka (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Avdeyevka1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Baba (Town)Revision List 1781-1825, Baba1781-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1781-1825 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Pereyaslav (District)Revision List, Pereyaslav District 1835, FHL Catalog entry1835Census: Revision ListsFHL
1 microfilm reel at FHL, microfilm reel 2396624, part 2. This part of the film contains entries for towns of Aleksandrovka and Rymerovka. The entries on this film are for nobility and peasants. The entries do NOT include Jews.
Bakhchisaray (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Bakhchisaray Town 1854-19131854-1913FHL Catalog EntryFHL
6 microfilms at FHL
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, divorces, deaths for Bakhchisaray (Simferopol), Tavrida, Russia; later Bakhchysaray (Bakhchysaray), Krym, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 142, series 1, files 261, 263, 282, 770.
Record group 266, series 1, files 1-51. 
Microfilm Nos. 2008469, 2010557, 2010569, 2037492, 2041507-2041508
Balabanovka (Town)Voters List, Duma, Kiev Guberniya, Balabanovka Name Lists, VotersJG
46 entries in JG Ukrraine SIG DB
Poltava (District)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Poltava District Towns 1868-19171868-1917Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish vital records births, marriages, deaths, divorces from Poltava district 1868-1917
Balta (Town)Photos-Family, Baltac 1900Photos, PeopleKehilaLinks
Photos of the following families:
  &nbspKleiman extended family
  &nbspRose Kleiman Nissenson
  &nbspNisan Nissenson
Balta (Town)History, Balta1500s-presentArticle, HistoricalInternet Encyclopedia of Ukraine
Brief overview of history of Balta in the Internet Encyclopedia of Ukraine
Balta (Town)Names List, Business Owners and Officials, Town and District of Balta1914Name Lists, Residents Russian Language Websites
This list has 299 entries, including 159 Jewish entries. Some entries have multiple names. Each entry includes the individual"s occupation. The translation will appear on the Balta KehilaLinks website after editing and formatting.
Balta (Town)Cemeteries: Burial datasets and photos, BaltaCemeteries: Photographs of GravestonesUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
6 matzevot photos Ronald D. Doctor
Rec"d from Arnold Chamove. Translations needed. Photos of more stones require contact with Vadiem Vienyarsky via Anna Royzner. He has a burial list for at least one of three cemeteries.
Balta (Town)History, Balta1848Article, HistoricalKehilaLinks
Sketches of Jewish Life in Russia: A General Survey of the Condition of the Jews in Russia, by the Chief Rabbi Dr. Lilienthal, pub in American Occident Vol. V, No. 10 Tebeth 5608, January 1848. These articles are available at http://www.jewish-history.com/Occident/volume5/aug1847/russia.html
Balta (Town)Ketubah, Balta1899KetubotKehilaLinks
Image of original Ketubah for Rose Kleiman Nissenson and Nisan Nissenson
Balta (Town)History, Balta1500s-presentArticle, HistoricalWikipedia
Balta, Ukraine Wikipedia entry - overview of history, people, and places. Accessible directly or through a link on the KehilaLinks website.
Balta (Town)Cemetery Descriptions, Balta1500s-2009Cemeteries: DescriptionsIAJGS Cemeteries Database
Descriptions of 4 Jewish cemeteries in Balta - location, history, property owner, and current condition. From the International Jewish Cemetery Project of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS). Cemetery descriptions are drawn from the Jewish Cemeteries Database of the US Commission for the Preservation of America"s Heritage Abroad.
Balta (Town)Collected Records, Vital Records, Balta1879-1904Vital Records: BirthsUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
49 Birth, 10 marriage and 10 death records collected by Dalya Dektor.
Balta (Town)Jewish Virtual Library, Balta1500s - 1990sArticle, HistoricalJewish Virtual Library
Overview of history of the town of Balta
Balta (Town)Travel Reports, BaltaTravel ReportArnoldChamove@ynnovate.co.nz
Arnold Chamove sent a travel report to Ron Doctor as part of an e-mail message, 17 September 2011
Balta (Town)Names List, people born in Balta1872-1992Name Lists, BiographicalKehilaLinks
List of individuals born in Balta and their occupations
Balta (Town)Names List, Balta1914-1960Name Lists, OtherUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
Arnold Chamove has 11 lists:

  List of Jewish businessmen in Balta for 1914. (First name, last name and their business)- about 170 names.
  List of Jews sufferers from the pogrom of 1919 ( first name, patronymic, last name)- 160 names.
  List of Jews prisoners of Balta Ghetto - 18 names
  List of Jews workers of the felt boots factory. - 16 names
  Salary roll - 9 names
  List of women who worked at public jobs in 1943 - 9 names
  List of Jews who sent parcels to Balta Ghetto - 8 names
  List of partisans killed in Balta Ghetto
  List of former prisoners of Balta Ghetto living in NY now - 48 names
  List of former prisoners of Balta Ghetto living in Balta - 22 names
  List of former prisoners of Balta Ghetto living in Odessa - 45 names
Baranye Pole (Town)Revision List 1858, Baranye Pole1858Census: Revision ListsFHL
1858 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Priluki (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Priluki district 19121912Census: Family ListsFHL
1 microfilm, FHL Catalog entry for Priluki district.
Family lists (tax poll census) for Priluki district, Chernigov, Russia; later Pryluky, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Includes Jewish records. Text in Russian.
Fond 132, Opis 1, Delo 1230. 
Microfilm Nos. 2446203
Belovodsk (Town)Revision List 1782, Belovodsk1782Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Belozerye (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Belozerye Town 1882-18931882-1893FHL Catalog EntryFHL
2 microfilms
Records of births from the Jewish community in Belozerye (near Khatski), Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later known as Bilozirya, Cherkasy, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3295, 3602.
Microfilm Nos. 2289406, 2289161
Belozirka (Town)Residents of Kremenets District, Belozirka1870-1907Name Lists, Residents JG
The Kremenets Shtetl CO-OP translates vital records (1870-1903), Yizkor Books, Cemetery gravestones, and many, many more documents.
Belozirka (Town)Memorial Book of the Martyrs of Lanowce Who Perished During the Holocaust, Belozirka1941-1942Yizkor Book TranslationsJG
The people of Bialozorka (Belozirka) were relocated to the ghetto in Lanowce (Lanovtsky) during WW II. This book describes their experience there.
Belozirka (Town)Ukraine: An Illustrated History, Belozirka2007BookLibraries
Te book Ukraine: An Illustrated History provides a concise and easy-to-read historical survey of the country from earliest times to the present, with an emphasis on the multicultural nature of the country throughout its history. The book includes historical maps, historic photographs, line drawings, portraits, and reproductions of books and works of art. Author: Paul Robert Magocsi
Belozirka (Town)Communities and Shtetls Near BelozirkapresentGeneral CollectionsKehilaLinks
This is a list of small and large communities that are in the vicinity of Belozirka.  Links are provided for commmunities with ShtetLink pages.
Belozirka (Town)Lanovtsy Mass Grave and Holocaust Memorial, Belozirka1999Cemeteries: DescriptionsKehilaLinks
This webpage describes the the memorial marker and the cleaning and management of the mass grave at Lanovtsy (Lanowce).
Belozirka (Town)Passenger Ship Manifests, EIDB, Belozirka1898-1923Migration: Passenger Ship ManifestsKehilaLinks
The list was extracted from Ellis Island passenger ship manifests. It provides information concerning immigrants from Belozirka who arrived in the U.S between 1898 and 1923 - Given Name, Surname, Age, Year of Arrival, Date of Arrival, Port, if not NY, Last residence.  It is a work in progress and additional information  will be added in the future.
Belozirka (Town)Biographies, Belozirka, Goldenberg1909-1976BiographiesKehilaLinks
Eiahu"s Goldenberg lived in Belozirka with his family for part of his life. This biography was written by his sister Sarah.
Belozirka (Town)Names List: Cemetery plaque, Belozirka1921-1933Name Lists: LandsmanshaftnKehilaLinks
Plaques at the entrance to the First Belezerker Voliner Burial Society in Beth David Cemetery, Elmont, New York, USA list names of former residents of Belozirka.
Belozirka (Town)Map of Western Ukraine and Surrounding Countries and Provinces, BelozirkapresentGeographical: MapsKehilaLinks
This modern day colored map of Western Ukraine shows the surrounding countries and provinces.
Belozirka (Town)Maps of Surrounding Area, Belozirka1887, 1908Geographical: MapsKehilaLinks
Two coloured maps are shown - an excerpt of 1908 map of Central and Southern Russia, and an excerpt of 1887 "Russia in Europe" map.
Berdichev (Town)Revision List, Berdichev Town 1834-1850, FHL Catalog entry1834-1850Census: Revision ListsFHL
3 microfilm reels at FHL
"Some items include receipts, correspondence, announcements and other documents pertaining to the revision. Each item contains multiple localities and, most often, a title page appears at the beginning of a new locality. On some records Berdichev district is listed as Makhnov district. Text in Russian."
Fond 285, Opis 2, Dela 1, 3-4
Microfilm Nos. 2199449-2199451
Berdichev (Town)Yizkor Books, BerdichevYizkor Book Translations
Geven amol a shtot Berditshev (, 1956) .
Berdyansk (Town)Travel Reports, Berdyansk1992Travel ReportKehilaLinks
Two photos on a 1992 trip to Berdyansk.
Berdyansk (Town)Memoirs, Berdyansk1883 to abt 1930MemoirsKehilaLinks
Berdyansk (Town)Newspapers: Hamelitz (The Hebrew Press) Extracts, Berdyansk1871-1893Article, Newspaper KehilaLinks
Translations of selected newspaper items related to Berdyansk
Berdyansk (Town)Photos-Family, Berdyansk1913-1930Photos, PeopleKehilaLinks
Photos of the following families:

  &nbspKomisaruk Family

  &nbspPoliakov Family
Berdyansk (Town)Family History, Berdyansk1990Family HistoryUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
FREEDMAN, Chaim, Our Fathers" Harvest : A History of the Komisaruk (Komesaroff) Family., Self-publsihed, Petach Tikvah, Israel, 1982. Available from 
Chaim Freedman. 
See bibliographic citation at: http://www.worldcat.org/title/our-fathers-harvest-a-history-of-the-komisaruk-komesaroff-family/oclc/233919901
Berdyansk (Town)Collected Records, Vital Records, Berdyansk, 19071907KetubotKehilaLinks
Ketubah for Shlomo Zalmen the son of Menakhem Mendel Halevy and Khana Reiza
the daughter of Meir Halevy
Berdyansk (Town)Photos of Berdyansk1992Photos, GeneralKehilaLinks
Berdyansk (Town)Migration: Passports, Berdyansk1913PassportsKehilaLinks
Passport for Zalmen Kamisaruk
Berdyansk (Town)Migration Chains to Australia, Berdyansk1883-c1930Article, HistoricalKehilaLinks
The migration chain started by Moshe Rabinov which took family members from Andreyevka and Berdyansk to Australia

Moshe was the originator of an immigration chain which brought many families
from the Ekaterinoslav and Tavrich regions to Australia.
Berezna (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Berezna Town 1869-18821869-1882FHL Catalog EntryFHL
5 microfilms of Registers of Jewish births, marriages, and deaths for Berezna. from LDS FHL Catalog Card. 
Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 679, series 4, file 1531
Record group 679, series 10, files 1243-1245, 1247, 1252.
Microfilm Nos. 2091570-2091572, 2091574, 2161325
Berezno (Town)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Berezno1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Stepan, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School.

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Bershad (Town)Cemeteries: Gravestone Inscriptions, BershadCemeteries: Photographs of Gravestones
Photos are on Ukrainian website Ronald D. Doctor:
http://jew.bershad.org.ua/photos/r-1.html
the site is in either Ukrainian or Russian, I"m not sure which.
This site offers a photo album of the Bershad Cemetery: Old Cemetery, New Cemetery, Women"s Cemetery (453), Men"s Cemetery (320). It includes names of the interned: Sidler, Zunya, Firer,Benchik, Besher, Moishe, Goldstein Pauline, Budiansky, Betyaev, Schwartzman, Rose, Kozak, Eugene, Schneider, Hai-Raise, Faydel, Haik, are just a few of the names.
Bershad (Town)Yizkor Books, BershadYizkor Book Translations
Bershad, 2 YBs exist, not yet translated Be-tsel ayara (Jerusalem, 1956)
Der Geshichte der Juden in der Bukowina, vol. II (Tel Aviv, 1962).
Blistava (Town)Revision List 1811-1818, Blistava1811-1818Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1818 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Bobrovitsa (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Bobrovitsa Town 18751875FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reel at FHL
Register of Jewish marriages for Kozelets (Kozelets), Chernigov, Russia; later Kozelets (Kozelets), Chernihiv, Ukraine. Text in Russian.
Record group 679, series 2, file 4948.
Microfilm Nos. 2125337
Berdichev (District)Revision List, Berdichev District 1834-1850, FHL Catalog entry1834-1850Census: Revision ListsFHL
3 microfilm reels at FHL
Some items include receipts, correspondence, announcements and other documents pertaining to the revision. Each item contains multiple localities and, most often, a title page appears at the beginning of a new locality. On some records Berdichev district is listed as Makhnov district. Text in Russian.
Фонд 285, опись 2, дела 1, 3-4
Microfilm Nos. 2199449-2199451
Bogodarovka (Town)Photos of Bogodarovka1904Photos, PeopleKehilaLinks
Photos include:
A group of approximately 24 people who were plantation staff in the agricultural colony of Bogodarovka in 1904.
A group of approximately 16 people in front of a school in the agricultural colony of Bogodarovka in 1904.
A gathering of approximately 9 people in front of a synagogue in the agricultural colony of Bogodarovka in 1904.
Rovno (District)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Rovno1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Stepan, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School.

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Simferopol (District)Revision List, Simferopol District 1834-1878, FHL Catalog entry1834-1878Census: Revision ListsFHL
1834-1878 Towns in Simferopol District, 1 microfilm reel at FHL.
FHL Microfilm reel: 2063578, Item 4 (Fond 414, Opis 1).
Bondarevka (Town)Revision List 1816, Bondarevka1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816   Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Borzna (Town)Revision List 1782-1879, Borzna1782-1879Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782-1879
Borzna (Town)Military Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Borzna town & district 18451845Military RecordsFHL
1 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry
Military records (recruitment and conscription lists) for Borzna district, Chernigov, Russia; Includes Jewish records. Also includes miscellaneous documents of the city council. Text in Russian.
Fond 819, Opis 1, Delo 114
Microfilm No. 2396611 Item 5
Borzna (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Borzna town & district 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
6 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Oster district
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Cherkassy, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later known as Cherkasy, Cherkasy, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Included are records from Jewish communities in Russkaya Polyana, Lomovatoe, Zmagayovka, Leski, Dakhnovka, and other neighboring towns. Text in Russian and Hebrew.br>
Fond 387; Opis 1; Dela 1-39
Fond 650; Opis 1; Delo 6
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3069a, 3072a, 3074a, 3078a, 3081a, 3089a, 3169a, 3370, 3396-3397, 3519-3520, 3540, 3574, 3576, 3601, 3626a, 3649-3652, 3678-3679, 3683, 3708, 3754-3755, 3776, 3791-3792, 3831-3833, 3860-3861, 3886, 3888, 3907, 3937, 3985, 4019, 4053, 4237, 4270-4271, 4279, 4329, 4368, 4395a-4395b. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222346, 1409779-1409782, 1696867
Sosnitsa (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Sosnitsa district 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
6 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Sosnitsa district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Sosnitsya district, Chernigov, Russia; later Sosnytsya, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 12, Delo 1439
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3537, 4070, 4322. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222347, 1409779-1409781, 1696867-1696868
Borzna (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Borzna district 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
6 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Oster district
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Cherkassy, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later known as Cherkasy, Cherkasy, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Included are records from Jewish communities in Russkaya Polyana, Lomovatoe, Zmagayovka, Leski, Dakhnovka, and other neighboring towns. Text in Russian and Hebrew.br>
Fond 387; Opis 1; Dela 1-39
Fond 650; Opis 1; Delo 6
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3069a, 3072a, 3074a, 3078a, 3081a, 3089a, 3169a, 3370, 3396-3397, 3519-3520, 3540, 3574, 3576, 3601, 3626a, 3649-3652, 3678-3679, 3683, 3708, 3754-3755, 3776, 3791-3792, 3831-3833, 3860-3861, 3886, 3888, 3907, 3937, 3985, 4019, 4053, 4237, 4270-4271, 4279, 4329, 4368, 4395a-4395b. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222346, 1409779-1409782, 1696867
Borzna (District)Military Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Borzna town & district 18451845Military RecordsFHL
1 microfilm, FHL Catalog entry
Military records (recruitment and conscription lists) for Borzna district, Chernigov, Russia; Includes Jewish records. Also includes miscellaneous documents of the city council. Text in Russian.
Fond 819, Opis 1, Delo 114
Microfilm No. 2396611 Item 5
Brovary (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Oster Town 1867-19201867-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births and marriages for the Oster uezd (district), Chernigov, Russia; later split amongst Kozelets, Chernihiv, Ukraine; Brovary, Kiev, Ukraine; and Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 679, Opis 10, Dela 3591-3595.
Microfilm Nos. 2392160
Buda-Orlovetskaya (Town)Revision List 1850, Buda-Orlovetskaya1850Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Burty (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Burty Town 1854-18621854-1862FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilms
Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish congregation in Burty, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 390; Opis 1; Dela 2-5, 7-25.
Microfilm Nos. 2289313.
Burty (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Burty1855, 1860, 1861Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages and deaths from the Jewish community of Burty. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2289313 (Items 24, 38, 40).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2289317

 item 24 – 1855 births
 item 38 - 1860 deaths
 item 40 - 1861 births



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish congregation in Burty, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later known as Burty, Shpola, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Included are records from Vi︠a︡zovok, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later known as V"i︠a︡zivok, Horodyshche, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Burty (Town)Revision List 1816, Burty1816Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Cherkassy (District)Revision Lists, Cherkassy District 1811-1858, FHL Catalog entry1811-1858Census: Revision ListsFHL
9 microfilm reels: Films 2199441 through 2199449 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Cherkassy (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Ishum town & Cherkassy district 1847-19171847-1917Census: Family ListsFHL
6 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Ishim district
Family lists for the district of Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later known as Cherkasy, Cherkasy, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. These records may include Jewish communities, Old Believers" communities, military recruits, city dwellers, petty bourgeois and foreigners. Some volumes include a name index. Unless otherwise indicated, multiple localities or record types are mixed together on each item. Also includes misc. documents of the city council. Text in Russian.
Fond 8, Opis 1, Dela 216, 247, 255-256, 270, 672, 381, 697, 730, 740, 855, 865, 889, 897, 899, 900. 
Microfilm Nos. 2192577-2192580, 2199426, 2199429
NOTE: The FHL Catalog says that Jewish Community records are on the following microfilms: 2192578, Items 2, 4-6; 2192579, Item 1. Other films in this set may have Jewish records.
Byshev (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Byshev Town 1854-18561854-1856FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm, FHL Catalog entry for Byshev
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, divorces and deaths for Byshev, Kiev, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 1164, Opis 1, Dela 1, 3-6, 17-19. 
Microfilm Nos. 2410368, Items 3, 6-9, 20-22

  Births, 1854-1856
  Marriages, 1854-1855
  Divorces, 1854-1855
  Deaths, 1854-1855
Chamarov (Town)Revision List 1811, Chamarov1811Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Chechelnik (Town)All Chechelnik Database at Chechelnik KehilaLinksGeneral CollectionsKehilaLinks
This is a searchable database containing several datasets related to Chechelnik:
Among them you"ll find:
Tashkent Refugees
Yad Vashem Testimonies
Ellis Island Passenger Lists
Chechelnik (Town)Address Calendar, Podolia, 1895, Chechelnik1895Directories: Address CalendarsKehilaLinks
Images in Cyrillic, browsable and searchable in Cyrillic and Roman
Chepelev (Town)Revision List 1816, Chepelev1816Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Cherkassy (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Cherkassy Town 1837-19201837-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
23 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Cherkassy
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Cherkassy, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 387; Opis 1; Dela 1-39
Fond 650; Opis 1; Delo 6
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3069a, 3072a, 3074a, 3078a, 3081a, 3089a, 3169a, 3370, 3396-3397, 3519-3520, 3540, 3574, 3576, 3601, 3626a, 3649-3652, 3678-3679, 3683, 3708, 3754-3755, 3776, 3791-3792, 3831-3833, 3860-3861, 3886, 3888, 3907, 3937, 3985, 4019, 4053, 4237, 4270-4271, 4279, 4329, 4368, 4395a-4395b. 
Microfilm Nos. 2154894, 2289160-2289167, 2289317, 2289402-2289407, 2289442-2289443, 2291238-2291241, 2292949
Cherkassy (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Cherkassy Town & Province 1765-19341765-1934FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reel
Archival register which consists of 4431 files of mostly Russian Orthodox church records from the Cherkasy oblast, Ukraine; formerly in Kiev province, Russia (Empire). Also contains reference to Roman Catholic and Jewish records. For records of births, marriages, and deaths referred to in this register, see catalog entries for individual localities listed.
Inventory to Record group 931, series 1
Microfilm No. 2063511, Item 1
Cherkassy (Town)Revision Lists, Cherkassy Town, Cherkassy District, 1839-1859, FHL Catalog entry1839-1859Census: Revision ListsFHL
9 microfilm reels: Films 2199435 through 2199441, 2199448, and 2199453. Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry. See also FHL Catalog entry for Cherkassy District Revision Lists, 1811-1858.
Chernevtsy (Town)Photograph cemeteries Chernivtsi, ChernevtsyCemeteries: Photographs of GravestonesJG
in progress
Chernigov (Town)Military Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Chernigov town & district 1797-19171797-1917Military RecordsFHL
8 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Chernigov town & district
Military records (recruitment and conscription lists, alphabetical lists, lists of names, etc.) for Chernigov, Chernigov, Russia; Includes Jewish military records. Text in Russian.
Фонд 132, опись 1, дела 2, 136, 154, 341
Фонд 205, опись 1, дела 149, 177-178, 199, 208, 213
Фонд 205, опись 2, дело 4
Фонд 206, опись 1, дела 3-4, 7, 11, 14-15
Фонд 467, опись 2, дело 110
Фонд 469, опись 1, дела 37, 39, 42, 44-45, 47, 49, 52-54, 57, 59-61, 63, 67, 71, 76-77, 79, 81, 86-87, 102. 
Microfilm Nos. 1696861-1696862, 2396531-2396532, 2396610-2396612, 2396615,
Chernigov (Town)Revision Lists, Chernigov Town, Chernigov District 1782-1900, FHL Catalog entry1782-1900Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782-1900
Chernigov (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Chernigov town & district 1823-18861823-1886Census: Family ListsFHL
8 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Chernigov.
Family lists (tax poll census) for Chernigov district, Chernigov, Russia; later Chernihiv, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Includes Jewish records. Text in Russian.
Fond 151, Opis 1, Delo 568
Fond 187, Opis 1, Delo 3
Fond 206, Opis 1, Dela 24, 26, 26а, 27, 27а, 43
Fond 206, Opis 2, Dela 1, 6 
Microfilm Nos. 1696862-1696867, 2396476, 2396611,
Chernigov (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Chernigov Town 1875-19181875-1918FHL Catalog EntryFHL
12 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths for Chernigov district and city, Chernigov, Chernigov, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 679, series 3, file 383
Record group 679, series 10, files 1243-1247, 1252, 1255-1256, 1258, 1260-1261, 1308.
Microfilm Nos. 2125338, 2091570-2091577, 2101058, 2101468-2101469.
Chernigov (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Chernigov town & district 1807-1911, 1807-1911Census: Family ListsFHL
5 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Chernigov district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Chernigov district, Chernigov, Russia; later Chernihiv, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3534, 4254, 4327.
Fond 185, Opis 3, Delo 49.
Fond 467, Opis 1, Dela 86, 115, 121
Fond 467, Opis 2, Delo 25. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222347, 1409780, 1409782, 2396532, 2396611
Chernotichi (Town)Revision List 1811-1825, Chernotichi1811-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1825 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Chigirin (Town)Revision List, 1795-1858, Chigirin1795-1858Census: Revision ListsFHL
1795-1858
Chigirin (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Chigirin Town 18571857FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm, FHL Catalog entry for Chigirin
Records of divorces from the Jewish community in Chigirin, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 650, Opis 1, Dela 1. 
Microfilm Nos. 2289317 Item 22.
Surazh (District)Family Lists, FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Surazh District, 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Surazh district, Chernigov, Russia; later in Briyansk oblast, Russia. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3532, 4065-4066, 4266, 4323-4324, 4335
5 Microfilms: 1222347, 1409779-1409782
Surazh (District)Revision List, Surazh District 1782-1847, FHL Catalog entry1782-1847Census: Revision ListsFHL
4 microfilm reels at FHL, microfilm reels 2396624, 2396583-2396584, 2396592; Фонд 132, опись 1, дело 843 -- Фонд 132, опись 2, дела 129, 245
Dakhnovka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Dakhnovka Town 1837-19201837-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
23 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Cherkassy
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Cherkassy, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 387; Opis 1; Dela 1-39
Fond 650; Opis 1; Delo 6
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3069a, 3072a, 3074a, 3078a, 3081a, 3089a, 3169a, 3370, 3396-3397, 3519-3520, 3540, 3574, 3576, 3601, 3626a, 3649-3652, 3678-3679, 3683, 3708, 3754-3755, 3776, 3791-3792, 3831-3833, 3860-3861, 3886, 3888, 3907, 3937, 3985, 4019, 4053, 4237, 4270-4271, 4279, 4329, 4368, 4395a-4395b. 
Microfilm Nos. 2154894, 2289160-2289167, 2289317, 2289402-2289407, 2289442-2289443, 2291238-2291241, 2292949
Danilovka (Town)Revision List 1811-1819, Danilovka1811-1819Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1819 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Tiraspol (District)Revision Lists, Tiraspol District 1843-1880, FHL Catalog Entry1843-1880Census: Revision ListsFHL
FHL Catalog entry for 1843-1880 Tiraspol District revision lists; Fond 134, Opis 2, Delo  560-562, 689. Four microfilms: 2375784 Item 4 (1859, 1861-1869, 1871, 1880), 23775785 Items 1-2 (1860, 1862-1867, 1871), 2375786 Item 2 (1862-1865) and 2377234 Item 2 (1843-1844). We have not yet identified the towns on these revision lists or determined whether or not the revision lists have Jewish records.
Dashev (Town)Voters List, Duma, Kiev Guberniya, Dashev Name Lists, VotersJG
275 entries on SIG website
Derazhnya (Town)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Derazhnya1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Stepan, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School.

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Dmitrevka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Dmitrevka Town 1881-18821881-1882FHL Catalog EntryFHL
4 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths for Dmitrovka, Konotop, Chernigov, Russia. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 679, series 10, files 1243-1245, 1252.
Microfilm Nos. 2091570-2091572, 2091574
Chigirin (District)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, divorces Chigrin1855-1892Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
These records are from microfilm 2289317 and 2289318

1860 Records of marriages from the Jewish community in Medvedovka, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia.   The records are from FHL microfilm 2289318 (Item 2).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

 item 2 – Fond 650, Opis 1, Delo 10 Marriages 1860


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records of marriages from the Jewish community in Medvedovka, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia; later known as Medvedivka, Chyhyryn, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.


1858-1862   Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish community in Zlatopol", Chigirin, Kiev, Russia. The records are from FHL microfilm 2289318 (Items 1, 3, 4, 5, 6) and FHL microfilm 2289402 (Item 5).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.
Film 2289318
 
 item 1 – Fond 650, Opis 1, Delo 9 Marriages 1860
 item 3 - Fond 650, Opis 1, Delo 9 Deaths 1860
 item 4- Fond 650, Opis 1, Delo 12 Marriages 1861
 item 5- Fond 650, Opis 1, Delo 13 Deaths 1861
 item 6- Fond 650, Opis 1, Delo 14 Marriages 1862

Film 2289402

 Item 5 - Fond 931, Opis 1, Del. 2911 births 1890 – articles 1-37; deaths 1868 - articles 38-44; births 1891 – articles 45-71; births 1892 articles 72-102; births 1893 articles 103-123; births 1894 articles 124-158



The FHL catalog entry for FHL microfilm 2289318 (items 7 and 8) is:
Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish community in Zlatopol", Chigirin, Kiev, Russia. The territory of this historical locality has been incorporated into that of the present-day locality Novomyrhorod, Novomyrhorod, Kirovohrad, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.


1857-1862 Records of births and deaths from the Jewish community in Aleksandrovka, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia.  The records are from FHL microfilm 2289318 (Items 7, 8).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.
 
 item 7 - Fond 650, Opis 1, Delo 15 Deaths 1862, births 1859
 item 8- Fond 650, Opis 1, Delo 16 Deaths 1861 



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilm is:
Records of births and deaths from the Jewish community in Aleksandrovka, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia; later known as Oleksandrivka, Oleksandrivka, Kirovohrad, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.


Microfilm 22898317 (item 22) has 1857 records of divorces from the Jewish community in Chigirin, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia.  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.
 
 item 22 - Fond 650, opis  1, Delo 1 Marriages & Divorces  1857 


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilm is:
Records of divorces from the Jewish community in Chigirin, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia; later known as Chyhyryn, Chyhyryn, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.


Microfilm 22898317 (items 18-29) has 1857-1894 records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Kamenka, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.
 
 item 18-- Fond 411, opis 1, Delo1  Divorces  1857, 1858, 
 item 19-- Fond 411, opis  1, Delo 2 Divorces  1864
 item 20-- Fond 411, opis  1, Delo 3 Divorces  1865
 item 21 - - Fond 411, opis  1, Delo 4 Divorces  1866
 item 23 – Fond 650, opis 1, Delo 2 Deaths Alexandrovka 1857
 item 24 - Fond 650, opis 1, Delo 3 Deaths Alexandrovka 1859
 item 25 – Fond 650, opis 1, Delo 4 Marriages Zlatopol 1858
 item 26- Fond 650, opis 1, Delo 5 Deaths Alexandrovka 1858
 item 27 – Fond 650, opis 1, Delo 6 Chigrin – Marriages 1858
 item 28 – Fond 650, opis 1, Delo7 Alexandrovka Births 1860
 item 29 – Fond 650, opis 1, Delo 11 Zlatopol – Births 1860


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilm is:
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Kamenka, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia; later known as Kam"ianka, Kam"iaka, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Chernigov (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Chernigov district 1807-1911, 1807-1911Census: Family ListsFHL
5 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Chernigov district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Chernigov district, Chernigov, Russia; later Chernihiv, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3534, 4254, 4327.
Fond 185, Opis 3, Delo 49.
Fond 467, Opis 1, Dela 86, 115, 121
Fond 467, Opis 2, Delo 25. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222347, 1409780, 1409782, 2396532, 2396611
Chernigov (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Chernigov district 1823-18861823-1886Census: Family ListsFHL
8 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Chernigov.
Family lists (tax poll census) for Chernigov district, Chernigov, Russia; later Chernihiv, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Includes Jewish records. Text in Russian.
Fond 151, Opis 1, Delo 568
Fond 187, Opis 1, Delo 3
Fond 206, Opis 1, Dela 24, 26, 26а, 27, 27а, 43
Fond 206, Opis 2, Dela 1, 6 
Microfilm Nos. 1696862-1696867, 2396476, 2396611
Dolgaya Greblya (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Dolgaya Greblya1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Domashlin (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Domashlin1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Dubossary (Town)Memorial Book, Dubossary 1600-1962Yizkor Book TranslationsJG YB Translations
Translation from: Dubossary; Sefer Zikaron; Dubossary Memorial Book, ed. Y Rubin, Tel-Aviv, Association of Former Residents of Dubossary in Argentina and Israel, 1965 (H,Y)

Preface passage: There was the need to memorialize our dear ones who in their innocence were slaughtered, whose spilled blood cried out from every stone, from every field. There was also the need to preserve the 400 year history of Jewish Dubossar. Our task was formidable. In other countries there was the possibility of gathering documents and eye witness reports of what had occurred during the great catastrophe. Survivors who came to Israel could also bear witness to what they had lived through. However, Dubossar, within the confines of the Soviet Union was hermetically sealed in and not until the year 1962 did we hear one word about our town. Most of the Dubossarers that were now in Israel or in other countries in the world, had left Russia forty years earlier, in the 1920"s. The task of reconstructing the history of the town was thus also hampered by the natural process of forgetfulness which increases with time. Luckily, 3 years ago (1962), a Dubossarer managed to escape the “iron curtain” and emigrated to Israel. This man, a high officer in the Soviet army, personally heard many first-hand accounts from Dubossar survivors and fighters at the front against the nazis. Thanks to this man, we know many details about our martyrs and fighters who died heroic deaths on the various fronts - details which appear in this book.
Uman (District)Revision Lists, Uman District 1811-1813, FHL Catalog Entry1811-1813Census: Revision ListsFHL
FHL Catalog entry for 1811-1813 Uman District revision lists; Fond 892, Opis 1, Delo 1. One microfilm: 2204721 Item 17. All records in this set are for Jewish households.
Uman (District)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, (Civil Registration), Uman Town and District, 1919-19241919-1924FHL Catalog EntryFHL
7 microfilms of Civil Registration of Uman District birth and marriage records, 1919-1924, from LDS FHL Catalog Card. NOTE: These records may or may not include Jewish records. The records are in Russian and Ukrainian, no Hebrew. They include the towns of Uman, Zhaskiv, Mankivka, and Khrystynivka.
Fond 5899, Opis 1, Dela 77, 391, 521, 559, 565, 658, 695-696, 699.
Microfilm Nos. 2331081, 2344613, 2344778, 2350935, 2350936, 2351004, 2359391.
Dubovo (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, (Civil Registration), Uman Town, 1919-19241919-1924FHL Catalog EntryFHL
7 microfilms of Civil Registration of Uman District birth and marriage records, 1919-1924, from LDS FHL Catalog Card. NOTE: These records may or may not include Jewish records. The records are in Russian and Ukrainian, no Hebrew. They include the towns of Uman, Zhaskiv, Mankivka, and Khrystynivka.
Fond 5899, Opis 1, Dela 77, 391, 521, 559, 565, 658, 695-696, 699.
Microfilm Nos. 2331081, 2344613, 2344778, 2350935, 2350936, 2351004, 2359391.
Uman (District)Voters List, FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Uman District, 18??18??Name Lists, VotersFHL
1 microfilm.
Public records (alphabetical list of Jewish voters) for Uman district, Kiev, Russia; later Uman, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian.
Fond 714, Opis 1, Delo 4.
Microfilm No. 2199426, Item 1.
Dunayevtsy (Town)Yizkor Books, DunayevtsyYizkor Book Translations
3 books, 2 translated 
(see Comment) Dinovitz; ir moladiti (Tel Aviv, 195-)
    Kaminits-Podolsk and its environs (New Jersey, 1999), translated
    Kamenets-Podolsk u-sevivata (Tel Aviv, 1965)  necrology translated..
Dyagova (Town)Revision List 1811-1816, Dyagova1811-1816Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1816 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Emilchino (Town)Name Lists, Occupations and Residences, Emilchinovarious yearsName Lists, Residents Ukraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
This table lists 84 people from the Kopelman extended family. The table has the following columns: Name (given, patronymic, surname), dates, occupation, Ukraine residence, dates of residence, training, and who submitted the name.
Emilchino (Town)Memoirs, Emilchinovarious yearsMemoirsKehilaLinks
Emilchino (Town)Photos-Family, Emilchinovarious yearsPhotos, PeopleKehilaLinks
Family photos posted on Yemilchyne KehilaLinks website
Fastov (Town)List of sages, FastovName Lists, OtherKehilaLinks
List of sages on KehilaLinks site
Feodosiya (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Feodosiya Town 1854-19201854-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
10 microfilm reels at FHL
"Jewish records (births, marriages, deaths, divorces) for Feodosiya (Feodosiya), Tavrida, in Russian and Hebrew.
State Archives of the Crimean Republic in Simferopol.: Record group 142, series 1, files 56-57, 74 Record group 142, series 3, files 1, 2-4, 11-12, 24-27, 33 Record group 263, series 1, files 1-36 Unnumbered record group, series 3 (Feodosiya), files 177-180
Microfilm Nos. 2008469, 2009090, 2009096, 2038201-2038204, 2041505, 2044121, 2063559
Feskovka (Town)Revision List 1811-1827, Feskovka1811-1827Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1827 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Filonovka (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Filonovka1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Gadyach (Town)Revision List 1782, Gadyach1782  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782  
Gay (Town)Revision List 1816, Gay1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816   Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Glukhov (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Glukhov town & district 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
4 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Glukhov district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Glukhov district, Chernigov, Russia; later Hlukhiv, Sumy, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3306, 3541, 4117
Microfilm Nos. 1222346, 1409779-1409780, 1696868
Glukhov (Town)Revision List 1782-1851, Glukhov1782-1851Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782-1851
Golovanevsk (Town)Yizkor Books, GolovanevskYizkor Book Translations
1924 Book in progress Title: In the Time of the Revolution (Memoirs, Materials, Documents): Collected Books
Art Hoffman (arthh@comcast.net) is having this book translated. The translation is at: https://sites.google.com/site/golovanevskproject/
It will be submitted to Lance Ackerfeld for posting JG YB Translation website.
Hoffman has been asked to create an Index..
Glukhov (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Glukhov istrict 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
4 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Glukhov district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Glukhov district, Chernigov, Russia; later Hlukhiv, Sumy, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3306, 3541, 4117
Microfilm Nos. 1222346, 1409779-1409780, 1696868
Gorodishche (Town)Landsmanshaftn: Membership Lists, GorodishcheName Lists, OtherKehilaLinks
 2 landsmanshaftn on KehilaLinks website.
Gorodishche (Town)Revision Lists, Gorodishche Village 1850, FHL Catalog entry1850Census: Revision ListsFHL
2 microfilm reels: Film 2199438-2199439. Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Gorodishche (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Gorodische1846-1862Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Gorodische. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2289315 (Items 6-26).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2289315

Item 6 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 1 deaths 1846
Item 7 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 2 births 1846
Item 8 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 3 deaths 1847
Item  9 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 4 deaths 1848
Item 10 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 5 births 1849
Item 11 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 6 deaths 1849
Item 12 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 7 births 1850
Item 13 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 8 marriages 1850
Item 14 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 9 marriages 1851
Item 15 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 10 deaths 1851
Item 16 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 11 births 1853
Item 17 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 12 deaths 1853
Item 18 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 13 deaths 1854
Item 19 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 14 births 1854
Item 20 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 15 marriages 1858
Item 21 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo.16 deaths 1858
Item 22 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo.17 marriages 1859
Item 23 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo.18 deaths 1861
Item 24 Fond 393, оpis 1, delo.19 marriages 1862
Item 25 Fond 394, оpis 1, delo. 1 births 1854
Item 26 Fond 394, оpis 1, delo. 2 births 1855


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Gorodishche, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later known as Horodyshche, Horodyshche, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Gorodishche (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Gorodishche Town 1846-19161846-1916FHL Catalog EntryFHL
6 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Gorodishche
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Gorodishche, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 393, Opis 1, Dela 1-19
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3258, 3573-3574, 3602, 3792a. 
Microfilm Nos. 2289315, 2289405, 2289407, 2289160-2289161, and 2289165.
Gostomel (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Gostomel Town 18551855FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reel
Registers of Jewish births for Gostomel, Kiev, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 1164, opis 1, delo 20 
Microfilm no. 2410368 Item 23; 1855 births
Grafskaya (Town)Revision Lists, Grafskaya, Mariupol District, 1858, Translations1858Census: Revision ListsKehilaLinks
This is a translation of the 1858 revision List for Grafskaya. It lists the names and ages of Jewish male and female residents. Additional census information is available on the Grafskaya web page of the Agricultural Colonies KehilaLinks website.
Grafskaya (Town)Ketubah, Grafskaya1907KetubotKehilaLinks
A link to the Ketubah image is on the Berdyansk KehilaLinks website.
Gorodnya (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Gorodnya district 1882-19111882-1911Census: Family ListsFHL
4 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Horodnia district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Gorodnya district, Chernigov, Russia; later Horodnya, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 12, Delo 1439
Fond 127, Opis 14, Delo 3536, 4135, 4267.
Microfilm Nos. 1222347, 1409780-1409781, 1696867
Odessa (District)Revision Lists, Odessa 1842-1844, FHL Catalog Entry1842-1844Census: Revision ListsFHL
FHL Catalog entry for Odessa District Revision Lists (Census), 1842-1844; Fond 134, Opis 2, Delo 689; microfilm no. 2377234 Item 2
Grushev (Town)Name Lists, Occupations and Residences, Grushevvarious yearsName Lists, Residents Ukraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
This table lists 84 people from the Kopelman extended family. The table has the following columns: Name (given, patronymic, surname), dates, occupation, Ukraine residence, dates of residence, training, and who submitted the name.
Gulyay Pole (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Gulyay Pole Town 1877-19041877-1904FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm of Gulyay Pole Town Jewish records, Volume 5593-2/486 Births, marriages, deaths; 1887-1889, 1892-1904 , 1877-1904, from LDS FHL Catalog Card.
Record group 5593, series 2, file 486
Microfilm Nos. 2213357 Item 3
Gurinovka (Town)Revision List 1816, Gurinovka1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816   Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Guta (Town)Revision List 1858, Guta1858  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1858   Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Guta-Steblevskaya (Town)Revision List 1858, Guta-Steblevskaya1858  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1858   Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Horodnia (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Horodnia Town 1875-19211875-1921FHL Catalog EntryFHL
12 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births, marriages, and deaths for Gorodniya district and city. Text in Russian and Hebrew."
Record group 679, series 2, file 4971
Record group 679, series 10, files 1243, 1245-1247, 1256, 1258, 1260-1261, 1308, 3347.
Microfilm Nos. 2091570-2091573, 2091575-2091577, 2101058, 2101469, 2125337, 2383879-2383880.
Horodnia (Town)Revision List 1816-1861, Horodnia1816-1861Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1861
Horodnia (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Horodnia town and district 1882-19111882-1911Census: Family ListsFHL
4 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Horodnia district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Gorodnya district, Chernigov, Russia; later Horodnya, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 12, Delo 1439
Fond 127, Opis 14, Delo 3536, 4135, 4267. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222347, 1409780-1409781, 1696867
Ignatovka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Ignatovka Town 1854-18551854-1855FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reel.
Registers of Jewish births, divorces and deaths for Ignatovka, Kiev, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 1164, Opis 1, Dela 7-9, 21.
Microfilm No. 2410368, Items 10-12, 24

  Births, 1854-1855
  Divorces, 1854
  Deaths, 1854
Ilintsy (Town)Photograph cemeteries Illintsi, IlintsyCemeteries: Photographs of GravestonesJG
2 Illintsi photos
1 Canadian cemetery photographed
Ilintsy (Town)Photos-Family, IlintsyPhotos, PeopleJG
Family Photos  on KehilaLink site
Ilintsy (Town)Memoirs, IlintsyMemoirsJG
Memoirs  Family Histories on KehilaLinks site
Ishum (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Ishum town & Cherkassy district 1847-19171847-1917Census: Family ListsFHL
6 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Ishim district
Family lists for the district of Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later known as Cherkasy, Cherkasy, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. These records may include Jewish communities, Old Believers" communities, military recruits, city dwellers, petty bourgeois and foreigners. Some volumes include a name index. Unless otherwise indicated, multiple localities or record types are mixed together on each item. Also includes misc. documents of the city council. Text in Russian.
Fond 8, Opis 1, Dela 216, 247, 255-256, 270, 672, 381, 697, 730, 740, 855, 865, 889, 897, 899, 900. 
Microfilm Nos. 2192577-2192580, 2199426, 2199429
NOTE: The FHL Catalog says that Jewish Community records are on the following microfilms: 2192578, Items 2, 4-6; 2192579, Item 1. Other films in this set may have Jewish records.
Ivancha (Town)Revision List 1816, Ivancha1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816   Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Zenkov (District)Revision List, FHL Catalog entry, Zenkov District 1782, 1782Census: Revision ListsFHL
2 microfilm reels at FHL
Revision lists (census lists used to levy a poll tax) for Zenkov district, Poltava, Russia; later Zinkiv, Poltava, Ukraine. Some items are preceded by indexes. Text in Russian.
Fond 679, Opis 5, Dela 21-23, 26-27.
Microfilm Nos. 2439741, parts 6-8 and 2439742, parts 2-3
Ivanovka (Town)Revision List 1816, Ivanovka1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816   Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Kiev (Province)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Kiev (now Cherkasy) Province 1765-19341765-1934FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reel
Archival register which consists of 4431 files of mostly Russian Orthodox church records from the Cherkasy oblast, Ukraine; formerly in Kiev province, Russia (Empire). Also contains reference to Roman Catholic and Jewish records. For records of births, marriages, and deaths referred to in this register, see catalog entries for individual localities listed.
Inventory to Record group 931, series 1
Microfilm No. 2063511, Item 1
Kalinova (Town)Revision List 1850, Kalinova1850  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850   Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Kanev (District)Revision Lists, Kanev District 1850, 1857-1858, FHL Catalog entry1850, 1857-1858Census: Revision ListsFHL
1 microfilm reel for towns of the Kanev District: Film 2199451 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Kamen Kashirskiy (Town)Yizkor Books, Kamen KashirskiyYizkor Book Translations
1 book Sefer ha-zikaron le-kehilat Kamien Koszyrski ve-ha-seviva (Tel Aviv, 1965)  [Yizkor Book Images] . Translation: partial translation Partial translation at: http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Kamen_Kashirskiy/Kamen_Kashirskiy.html
Kamenets Podolskiy (Town)Yizkor Books, Kamenets PodolskiyYizkor Book Translations
4 Ybs exist, 2 partially translated Kamenets-Podolsk u-sevivata (Tel Aviv, 1965)  [Yizkor Book Images]
    Kamenetz-Podolsk; a memorial to a city annihilated by the Nazis (New York, 1966)  [Yizkor Book Images]
    Kaminits-Podolsk; excerpts from Kaminits-Podolsk u-sevivatah, a memorial book (Washington DC, 1990)
    Kaminits-Podolsk and its environs (New Jersey, 1999).   Necrology translated:  Kamenets-Podolsk u-sevivata (Tel Aviv, 1965)
Kamenka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Kamenka Town 1857-18941857-1894FHL Catalog EntryFHL
3 microfilm reels at FHL
"Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Kamenka, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia; later known as Kamyanka, Kamyanka, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew."
Fond 411, Opis 1, Dela 1-4
Fond 650, Opis 1, Delo 9
Fond 931, Opis 1, Delo 2911.
Kamka (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Kamka1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825 Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Kanev (Town)Revision Lists, Kanev town, Kanev District 1857-1858, FHL Catalog entry1857-1858Census: Revision ListsFHL
1857-1858
Kanev (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Kanev Town 1854-18611854-1861FHL Catalog EntryFHL
2 microfilm reels at FHL
"Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish congregation in Kanev, Kanev, Kiev, Russia"; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 391, Opis 1, Delo 3
Fond 394, Opis 1, Dela 1-9.
Microfilm Nos. 2289314-2289315.
Nezhin (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Nezhin district 1882-19061882-1906Census: Family ListsFHL
5 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Nezhin district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Nezhin district, Chernigov, Russia; later Nizhyn, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567 -- Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3543, 4074, 4325, 4335. 
Microfilm Nos. 1409779-1409782, 1696868
Nezhin (District)Revision List, Nezhin District 1782-1868, FHL Catalog entry1782-1868Census: Revision ListsFHL
4 microfilm reels at FHL, microfilm reels 2396580, 2396583, 2396615-2396616, 2396619-2396625, 2439741, 2442187, 2446203, 2446209-2446212, 2446926.
Karasubazar (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Karasubazar Town 1841-18871841-1887FHL Catalog EntryFHL
6 microfilm reels at FHL
"Jewish records (births, marriages, deaths) for Karasubazar (Simferopol), Tavrida", in Russian.
Record group 142, series 1, files 65, 127, 162 Record group 265, series 1, files 1-72
Microfilm Nos. 2008469, 2009093, 2009914, 2009922, 2041506-2041507
Kariukovka (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Kariukovka1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825
Katerburg (Town)Collected Records, Revision Lists, Kremenets district, Katerburg1858Census: Revision ListsUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
7 census records collected and translated by a Ukraine researcher for 
Paul Silverstone
 from State Archives of Zhitomir Oblast, Fond 118, Opis 14, Delo 144. These records are for the Rojzenberg family.
Kerch (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Kerch Town 1857-18861857-1886FHL Catalog EntryFHL
11 microfilm reels at FHL
"Jewish records (births, marriages, divorces, deaths) for Kerch (Kerch), Tavrida, Russia. Beginning in 1880, includes Yenikale; later Hlazivka, in Russian and Hebrew."
Record group 142, series 1, files 15-23, 67, 97, 129, 166, 196
Record group 264, series 1, files 1-18
Microfilm Nos. 2008420-2008421, 2008469, 2008474, 2009080, 2009094, 2009915, 2009923, 2010571, 2041505-2041506
Kerch (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Kerch1857-1865Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Kerch. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2008474(Items 3-6).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2008474

 items 3-6 – Volume 142-1/15 Births, marriages, deaths, divorces 1857-1861 -- Volume 142-1/16 Births, marriages, deaths, divorces 1862-1883 -- Volume 142-1/17 Births, marriages, deaths, divorces 1863-1864 -- Volume 142-1/18 Births 1865



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Jewish records (births, marriages, divorces, deaths) for Kerch (Kerch), Tavrida, Russia; later Kerch (Kerch), Krym, Ukraine. Beginning in 1880, includes Yenikale; later Hlazivka. Microfilm of original manuscripts at the State Archives of the Crimean Republic in Simferopol. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Khabno (Town)Collected Records, Revision Lists, Radomysl district, Khabno1818, 1834, 1850, 1851, 1874Census: Revision ListsUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
16 census records collected and translated by a Ukraine researcher for 
Beatrice Markel
 from State Archives of Kiev.
Kharkov (Town)Revision List 1782, Kharkov1782  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782  
Kharkov (Town)Name Lists, Occupations and Residences, Kharkovvarious yearsName Lists, Residents Ukraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
This table lists 84 people from the Kopelman extended family. The table has the following columns: Name (given, patronymic, surname), dates, occupation, Ukraine residence, dates of residence, training, and who submitted the name.
Khashchevata (Town)Yizkor Books, KhashchevataYizkor Book Translations
Yizkor Book not yet translated .   Necrology translated: Done Necrology translation is at: http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Khoshchevatoye/Khoshchevatoye.html
Khilki (Town)Revision List 1858, Khilki1858  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1858  
Khirovka (Town)Revision List 1857, Khirovka1857  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1857  
Khlopianiki (Town)Revision List 1811-1818, Khlopianiki1811-1818Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1818
Khlystunovka (Town)Revision List 1850, Khlystunovka1850Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850
Kholmy (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Kholmy1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825
Khorol (Town)Collected Records, Vital Records, Khorol1882, 1884, 1886, 1888Vital Records: BirthsUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
4 birth records recorded as one in 1893, collected by Susan Rappoport.
Khovdeevka (Town)Revision List 1816-1822, Khovdeevka1816-1822Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1822
Khrebetnyy (Town)Revision List 1816, Khrebetnyy1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Khrebetnyy (Town)Revision List 1811-1822, Khrebetnyy1811-1822Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1822
Khudiaky (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Khudiaky Town 1891-19181891-1918FHL Catalog EntryFHL
2 microfilm reels at FHL
"Records of births, marriages, and deaths from Jewish communities in Khudiaki, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3575, 3755.
Microfilm Nos. 2289160, 2289164.
Kiev (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Kiev Town 18501850FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm for Kiev, Jewish vital records.
Registers of Jewish births for the Kiev district, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Fond 1164, Opis 1, Delo 1a
Microfilm No. 2410368 Item 4, 1850 Births.
Kiev (Town)Photograph cemeteries Kyiv, KievCemeteries: Photographs of GravestonesJG
3 cemeteries in Canada
Kiev (Town)Telephone Directory, Kiev, 19351935Directories: TelephoneLibrary of Congress
Logan Kleinwaks reported that "the Library of Congress recently placed online, scans of five Ukrainian telephone directories: Kiev 1935, Voroshilovgrad (Luhansk) 1939, Sevastopol 1941, Odessa 1948, and Lviv 1949."  These directories can be viewed or downloaded at the Library of Congress website. The Library of Congress has other Ukraine telephone directories at the Library. 

Kleinwaks" notes that "the full text of these directories can be searched on his  Genealogy Indexer website,
either in the original Cyrillic or by entering a Latin script search
term and using one of the automatic transliteration options ("Add
Latin -> Cyrillic," which is the default, or "Only Latin ->
Cyrillic").  Search results link to page scans on the Library of
Congress" website."
Kiev (Town)Revision List 1782, Kiev1782 Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782  for District  
Kiev (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Oster Town 1867-19201867-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births and marriages for the Oster uezd (district), Chernigov, Russia; later split amongst Kozelets, Chernihiv, Ukraine; Brovary, Kiev, Ukraine; and Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine/b>. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 679, Opis 10, Dela 3591-3595.
Microfilm Nos. 2392160
Kiev (Town)Names List, 1st Guild Merchants, Kiev, 19081908Name Lists, OtherKehilaLinks
277 names of 1st Guild Merchants of Kyiv. Some are not Jewish. Some entries give the geographic area the listed person is from. The original list is in Russian. It was created by Natalie and was posted in two parts on the
rusgenealogy.clan.su website. 
Richie Baum, Ukraine SIG"s Town Leader for Kyiv has posted the list, both the Russian original and an English list, on the Kiev KehilaLinks website. However, the English list is a "translation" of the surnames and town names instead of a "transliteration". Use caution when reviewing the English list.
Kiriyevka (Town)Revision List 1811-1816, Kiriyevka1811-1816Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1816
Kiselevka (Town)Revision List 1816, Kiselevka1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Kister (Town)Revision List 1816, Kister1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Kitay-gorod (Town)Yizkor Books, Kitay-gorodYizkor Book Translations
2 books partially translated
(see Comment) Kaminits-Podolsk and its environs (New Jersey, 1999)
Kamenets-Podolsk u-sevivata (Tel Aviv, 1965)
  necrology translated.
Klevan (Town)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Klevan1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Stepan, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School.

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Knuty (Town)Revision List 1811-1816, Knuty1811-1816Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1816
Kolki (Town)Travel Reports, KolkiTravel ReportJG
some reports are on KehilaLinks site
Kolki (Town)Yizkor Books, KolkiYizkor Book Translations
2 books exist Fun ash aroysgerufn (Warsaw, 1983). Partial translation at: 
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Kolki/Kolki.html
   Memorial book : the Jewish communities of Manyevitz, Horodok, Lishnivka, Troyanuvka, Povursk and Kolki : Wolyn region (Shlomo Levy Ltd, Printers, Tel Aviv, 2004). No translation project yet.. Translation: 1 partial translation Fun ash aroysgerufn (Warsaw, 1983). Partial translation at: 
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Kolki/Kolki.html
Kolki (Town)Memoirs, KolkiMemoirsJG
Memoirs  on KehilaLinks site
Kolki (Town)Minute Book, Ladies Auxiliary, Kolki1940-1972Name Lists, OtherJG
Ladies Auxiliary Minute Book (1940-1972) of the Kolker Synagogue, Phila. Surname list on KehilaLinks website.
Konotop (Town)Revision List 1782-1846, Konotop1782-1846Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782-1846
Konotop (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Konotop town & district 1882-19061882-1906Census: Family ListsFHL
4 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Konotop district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Konotop district, Chernigov, Russia; later Konotop, Sumy, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3306, 3315, 3538, 4067, 4075. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222346-1222347, 1409779-1409780.
Konotop (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Konotop1905-1915Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Konotop. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2091573 (Item 1).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2091573

 item 1 – Volume 679-10/1247 (cont.) Marriages 1915 (p. 259-266) -- Marriages 1914 (p. 390-392) -- Marriages 1913 (p. 392-414) -- Marriages 1907 (p. 593-613) -- Marriages 1905 (p. 723-742)



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths for Konotop district and city, Konotop, Chernigov, Russia; later Konotop district and city, Konotop, Sumy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Konotop (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Konotop Town 1896-19161896-1916FHL Catalog EntryFHL
7 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths for Konotop district and city, Konotop, Chernigov, Russia. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 679, series 10, files 1243, 1245-1247, 1256, 1258, 1308.
Microfilm Nos. 2091570-2091573, 2091575-2091576, 2101469.
Korets (Town)Yizkor Books, KoretsYizkor Book Translations
1 book The Korets Book;
In Memory Of Our Community That Is No More
[Korets (Wolyn); sefer zikaron le-kehilatenu she-ala aleha ha-koret (Tel Aviv, 1959)]
Partial translation at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/korets/korets.html. Translation: partial translation partially translated Name and Town Index: Hebrew name index is in the book but not yet translated
Korets (Town)Israeli Landsmanshaft data, Korets Name Lists, OtherJG
Korets (Town)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Korets1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Stepan, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School.

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Korop (Town)Revision List 1795, Korop1795  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1795  
Korop (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Korop1907Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Korop. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2091573 (Item 1).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2091573

 item 1 – Volume 679-10/1247 (cont.) Marriages 1907 (p. 722)



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, and deaths for Korop, Krolevet︠s︡, Chernigov, Russia; later Korop, Korop, Chernihiv, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Korop (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Korop Town 1886-19101886-1910FHL Catalog EntryFHL
6 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births, marriages, and deaths for Korop, Krolevets, Chernigov, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 679, series 10, files 1247, 1255-1256, 1258, 1261, 1308.
Microfilm Nos. 2091573, 2091575-2091577, 2101058, 2101469.
Korsun (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Korsun Town 1854-18621854-1862FHL Catalog EntryFHL
2 microfilms for Korsun, Jewish vital records.
Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish congregation in Korsun, Kanev, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew. 

Microfilm Nos. 2289315 (Item 35) and 2289316 (Items 1-8).
Korsun (Town)Landsmanshaftn: Incorporation Docs, KorsunName Lists, OtherKehilaLinks
Some data on SIG website
Korsun (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths in Korsun1854-1862Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish congregation of Korsun. The records are from FHL microfilm numbers 2289316 (Items 1-8) and 2289315 (Items 34-35).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2289316

 item 1 – 1857 births
 item 2-1857 deaths
 item 3- 1858 births
 item 4-1859 births
 item 5- 1860 deaths
 item 6-1860 marriages
 item 7-1861 births
 item 8-1862 marriages


Microfilm 2289315

Item 34 Fond 395, оpis 1, delo. 1 births 1854
Item 35 Fond 395, оpis 1, delo. 2 marriages 1856


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Korsun", Kanev, Kiev,  2289316 – 8 files: 1854-1862 -- Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish congregation in Korsun", Kanev, Kiev, Russia; later known as Korsun"-Shevchenkivs"ki, Korsun"-Shevchenkivs"ki, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Korsun (Town)Revision Lists, Korsun Village 1858, FHL Catalog entry1858Census: Revision ListsFHL
1 microfilm reel: Film 	2199451, Item 9 on the Kanev District microfilm. Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Kosterov (Town)Revision List 1811, Kosterov 1811  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811  
Kostopol (Town)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Kostopol1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Stepan, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School.

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Kovel (Town)Jewish Encyclopedia, Kovel General ReferenceJG
Done. Link on KehilaLinks website
Kovel (Town)Memoirs, KovelMemoirsJG
Memoirs & oral histories are on KehilaLinks website. Ongoing project
Kovel (Town)Photos-Family, KovelPhotos, PeopleJG
Photos are on KehilaLinks website. Ongoing project
Kovel (Town)Business Directory, Polish, KovelDirectories: BusinessJG
Page images are on KehilaLinks website
Kovel (Town)Names List, KovelName Lists, OtherJG
Kovel (Town)Yizkor Books, KovelYizkor Book TranslationsJG
There are 2 Yizkor Books for Kovel:
"Kowel; sefer edut ve-zikaron le-kehilatenu she-ala aleha ka-koret" [Testimony and memorial book of our destroyed community], Tel Aviv, 1957, and,
"Pinkes Kowel" (Buenos Aires, 1951).
Translation: Only the Necrology of "Pinkes Kowel" has been translated. It is at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/kovel/kovel.html.
  "Kowel ..." is partially translated. The translation is at: http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/kovel1/kovel1.html
  Necrology translated:  Necrology for "Kowel ...." has not been translated.
Translation of the Necrology for Pinkes Kowel is at: http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/kovel/kovel.html
Kovel (Town)Cemeteries: Photos, Kovel2009Cemeteries: Photographs of CemeteriesKehilaLinks
Photos of the Kovel Jewish cemetery and gravestone fragments are on the KehilaLinks website.
Kovel (Town)Israeli Landsmanshaft data, Kovel Name Lists, OtherJG
Link to Israel in Landsmanshaft but no data extracted yet
Kozelets (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Kozelets Town 1854-18621854-1862FHL Catalog EntryFHL
2 microfilms for Kozelets, Jewish vital records.
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths, divorces for Kozelets, Kozelets, Chernigov, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Fond 679, Opis 12, Dela 572-591
Microfilm Nos. 2125331-2125332
See also FHL Catalog Card for vital records for Kozelets District towns.
Kozelets (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Kozelets town & district 1882-19061882-1906Census: Family ListsFHL
4 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Kozelets
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Kozelets district, Chernigov, Russia; later Kozelets, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3540, 4064, 4069, 4263. 
Microfilm Nos. 1409779-1409781, 1696868
Kozelets (Town)Revision List 1782-1858, Kozelets1782-1858Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782-1858
Krasnogorodka (Town)Revision List 1858, Krasnogorodka1858  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1858  
Kremenets (Town)Jewish Encyclopedia, Kremenets General ReferenceJG
 completed
Kremenets (Town)Landsmanshaftn: Incorporation Docs, KremenetsName Lists, OtherKehilaLinks
completed
Kremenets (Town)Vital Records Translations, Kremenets (Town), Marriages1899-1904 Vital Records: MarriagesUkraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
Translation of 320 marriage records for the town of Kremenets. These marriage records are for years 1899-1902 & 1904 . Microfilmed images of the Kremenets town records are on films 2086064 and 2086065 at the Mormon Family History Library. 

Death records for Jews who were registered in other towns of the Kremenets District also appear in the Kremenets Town death records if the death occurred in Kremenets. So, be sure to re-sort the spreadsheet by town name to see records for Jews registered in your town.

To begin your search, check the Kremenets
Concordance of Personal Names and Town Names.
 It is a master index to all the datasets translated by the Kremenets District Research Group. The Concordance will tell you which microfilm(s) have the records you seek and where the records are on the microfilm. The document 
Introduction and Guide to the Concordance tells you how to interpret the "Source" and "Location in Source" information that is in the Concordance.

You also can search the Kremenets vital records on the website of 
Jewish Records Indexing-Poland (JRI-Poland) and in the JewishGen Ukraine Database.

A description and a complete record-by-record inventory of the LDS microfilms of Kremenets vital records are available on the 
Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
Kremenets (Town)Vital Records Translations, Kremenets (Town) Births, 1870-19061870-1906Vital Records: BirthsUkraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
Translations of 10,924 birth records for Kremenets District towns for the period 1870-1938. The Kremenets town records are on microfilm 2086060 through 2086066 at the Mormon Family History Library. Records for other towns were obtained from the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People (Hebrew University, Jerusalem).


Kremenets (8,727 records from LDS microfilms):
  1870-1886, 1888-1906
Belozerka (30 records from Central Archives):
  1905 births
Katerinovka (763 records from Central Archives)
  1885, 1887-1895, 1900-1904, 1907-1911, 1913-1916, 1920, 1922-1931, 1937-1938
Oleksinets (240 records from Central Archives)
  1878-1883, 1892, 1896-1898, 1900-1901, 1903-1904, 1906, 1910, 1913
Velikiye Berezhtsy (299 records from Central Archives)
  1878-1887, 1889-1895, 1900-1901, 1904-1905, 1907-1908, 1912-1913
Vyshgorodok (825 records from Central Archives)
  1878-1889, 1895-1900

Birth records for Jews who were registered in each of these towns also appear in the Kremenets Town birth records. So, be sure to re-sort the spreadsheet by town name to see records for Jews registered in your town. Microfilmed images of the Kremenets town records are at the Mormon Family History Library. 

To begin your search, check the Kremenets
Concordance of Personal Names and Town Names.
 It is a master index to all the datasets translated by the Kremenets District Research Group. The Concordance will tell you which microfilm(s) have the records you seek and where the records are on the microfilm. The document 
Introduction and Guide to the Concordance tells you how to interpret the "Source" and "Location in Source" information that is in the Concordance.

You also can search the Kremenets vital records on the website of 
Jewish Records Indexing-Poland (JRI-Poland) and in the JewishGen Ukraine Database.

A description and a complete record-by-record inventory of the LDS imicrofilms of Kremenets vital records are available on the 
Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
Kremenets (Town)Child survivors, Kremenets, 1939-1945 1939-1945HolocaustJG
completed
Kremenets (Town)Landsmanshaftn: Membership Lists, KremenetsName Lists, OtherJG
 completed
Kremenets (Town)Memoirs, KremenetsMemoirsJG
Memoirs  partially complete
Kremenets (Town)Yizkor Books, KremenetsYizkor Book Translations
2 books, 18 booklets . Translation: Hebrew done, Yiddish pending  Name and Town Index: Hebrew done, Yiddish pending
Kremenets (Town)Vital Records Translations, Kremenets (Town), Deaths1870-1907Vital Records: DeathsUkraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
Translation of 5,736 death records for the town of Kremenets. These death records are for years 1870-1878, 1880-1897, 1900-1902, and 1904-1907. Microfilmed images of the Kremenets town records are on films 2086060 through 2086066 at the Mormon Family History Library. 

Death records for Jews who were registered in other towns of the Kremenets District also appear in the Kremenets Town death records if the death occurred in Kremenets. So, be sure to re-sort the spreadsheet by town name to see records for Jews registered in your town.

To begin your search, check the Kremenets
Concordance of Personal Names and Town Names.
 It is a master index to all the datasets translated by the Kremenets District Research Group. The Concordance will tell you which microfilm(s) have the records you seek and where the records are on the microfilm. The document 
Introduction and Guide to the Concordance tells you how to interpret the "Source" and "Location in Source" information that is in the Concordance.

You also can search the Kremenets vital records on the website of 
Jewish Records Indexing-Poland (JRI-Poland) and in the JewishGen Ukraine Database.

A description and a complete record-by-record inventory of the LDS microfilms of Kremenets vital records are available on the 
Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
Kremenets (Town)Cemeteries: Burial Datasets & Photos, KremenetsCemeteries: Photographs of GravestonesUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
First group of about 3,200 photos completed. Second group not yet photographed. Includes gravestone photos from the Center for Jewish Art in Jerusalem. For more information, contact Ron Doctor.
Kremenets (Town)Feepayer Lists, Kremenets, 1935-19361935-1936Name Lists, Tax/Fee PayersJG
Feepayer Lists 1935-1936 on KehilaLinks site
Kremenets (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Kremenets Town 1870-19071870-1907FHL Catalog EntryFHL
7 microfilm reels at FHL
"Jewish vital records (births, marriages, divorces, deaths) for the congregation of the city and district of Kremenets, Volhynia, Russia, Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 484, series 1, files 1-65.
Microfilm No. 2086060-2086066.
Kremenets (Town)Photos-Family, KremenetsPhotos, PeopleJG
Family Photos  partially complete
Kremenets (Town)Kahal Documents from AGAD, 1747, Kremenets1747Community Records: KahalJG
Translation of a court record that documents a 1747 Blood Libel Trial. Document was received from AGAD. It is in Archaic Polish.
Kremenets (Town)Vital Records Translations, Kremenets (Town), Divorces1903-1904Vital Records: DivorcesUkraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
Translation of 15 divorce records for the town of Kremenets. These divorce records are for years 1903-1904. Microfilmed images of the Kremenets town records are on film 2086065 at the Mormon Family History Library. 

To begin your search, check the Kremenets
Concordance of Personal Names and Town Names.
 It is a master index to all the datasets translated by the Kremenets District Research Group. The Concordance will tell you which microfilm(s) have the records you seek and where the records are on the microfilm. The document 
Introduction and Guide to the Concordance tells you how to interpret the "Source" and "Location in Source" information that is in the Concordance.

You also can search the Kremenets vital records on the website of 
Jewish Records Indexing-Poland (JRI-Poland) and in the JewishGen Ukraine Database.

A description and a complete record-by-record inventory of the LDS microfilms of Kremenets vital records are available on the 
Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
Kremenets (Town)Photo Archive, KremenetsPhotos, GeneralJG
 catalog entries acquired
Kristinovka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Kristinovka Town 1919-19241919-1924FHL Catalog EntryFHL
7 microfilms of Civil Registration of Uman District birth and marriage records, 1919-1924, from LDS FHL Catalog Card. NOTE: These records may or may not include Jewish records. The records are in Russian and Ukrainian, no Hebrew. They include the towns of Uman, Zhaskiv, Mankivka, and Khrystynivka.
Fond 5899, Opis 1, Dela 77, 391, 521, 559, 565, 658, 695-696, 699.
Microfilm Nos. 2331081, 2344613, 2344778, 2350935, 2350936, 2351004, 2359391.
Kiev (District)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Kiev District and Kiev District Towns, 1850-18551850-1855Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Digitized microfilm images of Jewish vital records from LDS FHL Microfilm No. 2410368. Items 1 and 2 contain only Orthodox Church records. Items 3-24 covers includes: Kiev district plus the towns of Byshev, Rzhishchev, Makarov, Motyzhin, Gostomel, Ignatovka.
 
Kiev district births (Item 4)
Byshev town births, marriages, divorces and deaths (Items 3, 6-9, 20-22)
Rzhishchev town divorces and deaths (Items 5, 18-19)
Makarov town marriages, divorces and deaths (Items 13-15)
Motyzhin town marriages and divorces (Items 16-17)
Gostomel town births (Item 23)
Ignatovka town births, divorces and deaths (Items 10-12, 24)
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.

[NOTE: Additional detail for each town will be added to this record]
Kiev (District)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Kiev Town & District 18501850FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm for Kiev, Jewish vital records.
Registers of Jewish births for the Kiev district, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Fond 1164, Opis 1, Delo 1a;.
Microfilm No. 2410368 Item 4.
Krolevets (Town)Revision List 1782-1837, Krolevets1782-1837Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782-1837
Krolevets (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Krolevets town & district 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
6 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Krolevets district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Krolevets district, Chernigov, Russia; later Krolevets, Sumy, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3531, 4063, 4118, 4258, 4261, 4326. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222347, 1409779-1409782, 1696868.
Krolevets (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Krolevets Town 1883-19101883-1910FHL Catalog EntryFHL
7 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths, and divorces for Krolevets; district and city, Krolevets, Chernigov, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 679, series 10, files 1247, 1252, 1255-1256, 1258, 1260-1261, 1308.
Microfilm Nos. 2091573-2091577, 2101058, 2101469.
Kropiventsy (Town)Revision List 1834-1858, Kropiventsy1834-1858Census: Revision ListsFHL
1834-1858
Ksaverova (Town)Revision List 1850, Ksaverova1850  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850  
Kudrovka (Town)Revision List 1816-1830, Kudrovka1816-1830Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1830
Kukovichi (Town)Revision List 1811-1827, Kukovichi1811-1827Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1827
Kupchichi (Town)Revision List 1811-1825, Kupchichi1811-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1825
Kupel (Town)Landsmanshaftn: Membership Lists 1958-71, Kupel1958-71Name Lists, OtherJG
1958-71 on SIG website: Kipiler [Kopyl] Young Men"s Benevolent Association
Kupel (Town)Cemeteries: Burial Datasets & Photos, KupelCemeteries: Photographs of GravestonesJG
309 photos in Beth David, Elmont, NY
Kutsovka (Town)Revision List 1816, Kutsovka1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Labun (Town)Photograph cemeteries Yurovshchina, LabunCemeteries: Photographs of GravestonesJG
188 photos
Lavy (Town)Revision List 1811-1825, Lavy1811-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1825
Leski (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Leski Town 1837-19201837-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
23 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Cherkassy
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Cherkassy, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 387; Opis 1; Dela 1-39
Fond 650; Opis 1; Delo 6
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3069a, 3072a, 3074a, 3078a, 3081a, 3089a, 3169a, 3370, 3396-3397, 3519-3520, 3540, 3574, 3576, 3601, 3626a, 3649-3652, 3678-3679, 3683, 3708, 3754-3755, 3776, 3791-3792, 3831-3833, 3860-3861, 3886, 3888, 3907, 3937, 3985, 4019, 4053, 4237, 4270-4271, 4279, 4329, 4368, 4395a-4395b. 
Microfilm Nos. 2154894, 2289160-2289167, 2289317, 2289402-2289407, 2289442-2289443, 2291238-2291241, 2292949
Litin (Town)Memoirs, LitinMemoirsJG
Memoirs  on KehilaLinks site
Litin (Town)Soviet Extraordinary Commission: Lists, LitinSoviet Extraordinary Commision: Lists
71 name on KehilaLink website
Lokhvitsa (Town)Revision List 1782, Lokhvitsa1782Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782
Lomovatoya (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Lomovatoya Town 1837-19201837-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
23 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Cherkassy
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Cherkassy, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 387; Opis 1; Dela 1-39
Fond 650; Opis 1; Delo 6
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3069a, 3072a, 3074a, 3078a, 3081a, 3089a, 3169a, 3370, 3396-3397, 3519-3520, 3540, 3574, 3576, 3601, 3626a, 3649-3652, 3678-3679, 3683, 3708, 3754-3755, 3776, 3791-3792, 3831-3833, 3860-3861, 3886, 3888, 3907, 3937, 3985, 4019, 4053, 4237, 4270-4271, 4279, 4329, 4368, 4395a-4395b. 
Microfilm Nos. 2154894, 2289160-2289167, 2289317, 2289402-2289407, 2289442-2289443, 2291238-2291241, 2292949
Losevka (Town)Revision List 1816, Losevka1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Lubenets (Town)Revision List 1816, Lubenets1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Ludvipol (Town)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Ludvipol1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Stepan, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School.

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Lugansk (Town)Telephone Directory, Lugansk, 19391939Directories: TelephoneLibrary of Congress
Logan Kleinwaks reported that "the Library of Congress recently placed online, scans of five Ukrainian telephone directories: Kiev 1935, Voroshilovgrad (Lugansk/Luhansk) 1939, Sevastopol 1941, Odessa 1948, and Lviv 1949."  These directories can be viewed or downloaded at the Library of Congress website. The Library of Congress has other Ukraine telephone directories at the Library. 

Kleinwaks" notes that "the full text of these directories can be searched on his  Genealogy Indexer website,
either in the original Cyrillic or by entering a Latin script search
term and using one of the automatic transliteration options ("Add
Latin -> Cyrillic," which is the default, or "Only Latin ->
Cyrillic").  Search results link to page scans on the Library of
Congress" website."
Lukovets (Town)Revision List 1816, Lukovets1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Lutsk (Town)Yizkor Books, LutskYizkor Book Translations
2 books 2 Ybs, both translated.
    Sefer Lutsk (Tel Aviv, 1961). Partial translation at: http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Lutsk1/Lutsk1.html
    Geven a shtot Lutsk, geven un umgekumen (Paris, 1962). Partial translation at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/lutsk/lutsk.html. Translation: Partially translated Sefer Lutsk (Tel Aviv, 1961). Partial translation at: http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Lutsk1/Lutsk1.html
    Geven a shtot Lutsk, geven un umgekumen (Paris, 1962). Partial translation at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/lutsk/lutsk.html
Luziki (Town)Revision List 1816, Luziki1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Lyubar (Town)Directories, Phone, 1991, Lyubar1991Directories: TelephoneJG
1991 Lyubar Telephone Directory.
Lyubar (Town)Soviet Extraordinary Commission: Lists, LyubarSoviet Extraordinary Commision: Lists
documents identified
Lyubar (Town)Memoirs, LyubarMemoirsJG
Memoirs  on KehilaLinks site
Lyubar (Town)Photos-Family, LyubarPhotos, PeopleJG
Family Photos  on KehilaLinks site
Lyubar (Town)Cemeteries: Photos, LyubarCemeteries: Photographs of Cemeterieshttp://holocaust2001.narod.ru/Liubar/photoalbum_Li
This Russian language website has a few photos of people at the Lyubar cemetery.
Lyubar (Town)Landsmanshaftn: Incorporation Docs, LyubarName Lists, OtherKehilaLinks
landsmanshaftn identified
Makarov (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Makarov Town 18541854FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reel at FHL
Registers of Jewish marriages, divorces and deaths for Makarov, Kiev, Kiev, Russia; later Makariv, Makariv, Kiev, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 1164, Opis 1, Delo 10-12
Microfilm No. 2410368, Items 13-15; 1854 marriages, divorces and deaths
Makashin (Town)Revision List 1811-1818, Makashin1811-1818Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1818
Makievka (Town)Revision List 1818, Makievka1818  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1818  
Maloe Uste (Town)Revision List 1816, Maloe Uste1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Mankovka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Mankovka Town 1919-19241919-1924FHL Catalog EntryFHL
7 microfilms of Civil Registration of Uman District birth and marriage records, 1919-1924, from LDS FHL Catalog Card. NOTE: These records may or may not include Jewish records. The records are in Russian and Ukrainian, no Hebrew. They include the towns of Uman, Zhaskiv, Mankivka, and Khrystynivka.
Fond 5899, Opis 1, Dela 77, 391, 521, 559, 565, 658, 695-696, 699.
Microfilm Nos. 2331081, 2344613, 2344778, 2350935, 2350936, 2351004, 2359391.
Mariupol (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Mariupol Town 1866-19221866-1922FHL Catalog EntryFHL
6 microfilm reels at FHL
"Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish congregation of Mariupol, Aleksandrovsk, Ekaterinoslav, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 211, Opis 1, Dela 1-40.
Microfilm Nos. 2382914-2382916, 2385357-2385359
Martinovka (Town)Revision List 1816, Martinovka1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Matusov (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Matusov1855Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Matusov. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2289313 (Item 24).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm film 2289313 

 Item 24 - Fond 390, оpus. 1, delo. 6 births 1855



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish community in Matusov, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later known as Matusiv, Shpola, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Records from other localities have been included in the same volumes and filmed in the same items with records listed here. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Matusov (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Matusov Town 1847-19161847-1916FHL Catalog EntryFHL
5 microfilm reels at FHL
Registers of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish community in Matusov, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later known as Matusiv, Shpola, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Records from other localities have been included in the same volumes and filmed in the same items with records listed here. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 390, Opis 1, Delo 6.
Fond 391, Opis 1, Dela 2-27.
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 132, 3887.
Microfilm Nos. 2064455, 2289167, 2289313, 2289319.
Konotop (District)Revision List, Konotop District 1782-1846, FHL Catalog entry1782-1846Census: Revision ListsFHL
The town of Konotop is not on this microfilm.. 9 microfilm reels at FHL, microfilm reel 2396582, 2396592, 2396626, 2396628, and 2439741.
Konotop (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Konotop district 1882-19061882-1906Census: Family ListsFHL
4 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Konotop district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Konotop district, Chernigov, Russia; later Konotop, Sumy, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3306, 3315, 3538, 4067, 4075. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222346-1222347, 1409779-1409780.
Medvedovka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Medvedovka Town 18601860FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm.
Records of marriages from the Jewish community in Medvedovka, Chigirin, Kiev, Russia; later known as Medvedivka, Chyhyryn, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 650, Opis 1, Dela 10.
Microfilm Nos. 2289318
Medvin (Town)Revision List 1850-1858, Medvin1850-1858Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850-1858
Medzhibozh (Town)Library of Congress Catalog Card: 'Fortress Town, Medzhibozh' Pre-1900BookLibrary of Congress
The short title of this book is "Fortress Town, Medzhibozh". In Hebrew it is: "עיר מבצר :‏ ‏מעזיבוז"
"Memorial book of a fortress town: History of the town Medzhibozh, fortress of Torah and Chasidism: which relates the history of the town and our Master and Teacher (Chasidic Rabbi) / Arranged and assembled from faithful sources and published by The Memory Book Institute."
This book was published in 2009. It is printed in Hebrew and is available through booksellers and libraries. The US Library of Congress has a copy. A Table of Contents (in Hebrew) is on the Library of Congress website
Melitopol (Town)Voters List, 1906, Melitopol Town1906Name Lists, VotersKehilaLinks
This is an alphabetical list of the names of over 5480 men of Melitopol Town who were eligible to vote in the 1906 Russian parliamentary elections.
Melitopol (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Melitopol Town 1893-19201893-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
4 microfilm reels at FHL
"Metrical books (births, marriages) for the Jewish congregation at Melitopol (aka Kiziyar, Melitopol), Tavrida, Russia in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 5593, series 1, files 84-93, 223-250
Microfilm Nos. 2165596, 2190363-2190365
Melniki (Town)Revision List 1833, 1858, Melniki1833, 1858  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1833, 1858  
Mena (Town)Revision List 1811-1827, Mena1811-1827Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1827
Mezherich (Town)Revision Lists, Mezherich, Aleksandrovsk District 1858, Translations1858Census: Revision ListsKehilaLinks
This dataset is a translation of Jewish records in the 1858 revision list for town of Mezherich. The translation was done by Michoel Ronn and is posted on the Agricultural Colonies of Ukraine KehilaLinks website. 
Images of the original documents  also are on the Agricultural Colonies website. The dataset contains 50 records with several hundred names.

The translated data are being transferred to an Excel template for uploading to the JewishGen Ukraine Database and posting in the Ukraine SIG Master Name Index.
Mikhalovka (Town)Revision List 1816, 1834, Mikhalovka1816, 1834Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816, 1834
Minkovtsy (Town)Yizkor Books, MinkovtsyYizkor Book Translations
2 YB translations Kaminits-Podolsk and its environs (New Jersey, 1999)
Kamenets-Podolsk u-sevivata (Tel Aviv, 1965) .
Mirony (Town)Names List, Business Owners and Officials, Town and District of Balta, Mirony1914Name Lists, Residents Russian Language Websites
This list has has several entries for the Village of Mirony. The full Balta list has 299 entries, including 159 Jewish entries. Some entries have multiple names. Each entry includes the individual"s occupation. The translation will appear on the Balta KehilaLinks website after editing and formatting.
Mleev (Town)Revision List 1850, Mleev1850  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850  
Mogilev (Town)Yizkor Books, MogilevYizkor Book Translations
92 page booklet acquired. Needs translator. See Comment "Destruction of the Jewish Population in Vinnitsa Oblast in 1941-1944" by Aleksander Iosifovich Kruglov, 1997, 92 pp. Russian. Includes a Table of Contents and 38 pages of names (about 1200 names) for various towns in Vinnitsa Oblast. Booklet provided by Faith Kline (fklein3@verizon.net) in October 2011.
RDD scanned the pages. Beth Chaplan (beth.chaplin@gmail.com) is transliterating the necrology.
Translation to be assigned..
Mokra Kaligorka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Mokra Kaligorka Town 1854-19161854-1916FHL Catalog EntryFHL
5 microfilms.
Registers of births and marriages from the Jewish community in Mokraya Kaligorka, Zvenigorodka, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 8, 16.
Microfilm Nos. 2063512-2063513 , 2063515, 2289318-2289319

 2063512, Item 5, Marriages: 1854-1858, 1860-1861, 1863-1864, 1894, 1865-1873
 2063513, Item 1, Marriages (cont"d): 1873-1886, 1888, 1890-1892, 1895-1898, 1901-1902, 1907-1908, 1913, 1909
 2289318, Item 9, Marriages (additional microfilming): 1854-1858, 1860-1861, 1863-1864, 1894, 1865-1886, 1888, 1890-1892
 2289319, Item 1, Marriages (additional microfilming): 1892, 1895-1898, 1901-1902, 1907-1908, 1913, 1909
 2063519, Item 2, Births (additional microfilming): 1858, 1868-1869, 1878-1885, 1887, 1889-1890, 1892-1900, 1902, 1904, 1907, 1909, 1911, 1914, 1916 
 2063515, Item 3, Births: 1858, 1868-1869, 1878-1885, 1887, 1889-1890, 1892-1900, 1902, 1904, 1907, 1909, 1911, 1914, 1916

Ukraine SIG has digitized copies of microfilm nos. 2063512-5, 2063513-1, and 2063515-3. We do not yet have microfilm nos. 2289318 and 2289319. A translator is working under supervision of RDD.
Mokra Kaligorka (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages Mokraia Kaligorka1854-1892Vital Records: MarriagesFHL
1854-1892 Registers of births and marriages from the Jewish community in Mokraia Kaligorka, Zvenigorodka, Kiev, Russia.  The records are from FHL microfilm 2289318 (item 9). The text is in Russian and Hebrew.
 
 item 9 - Fond 931, opis 1,Delo 8 Marriages 1854-1858, 1860-1861, 1863-1864, 1894, 1865-1886, 1888, 1890-1892 



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilm is:
Registers of births and marriages from the Jewish community in Mokraia Kaligorka, Zvenigorodka, Kiev, Russia; later known as Mokra Kalyhirka, Katerynopil, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Monastyrishche (Town)Collected Records, Military Records, Monastyrishche1890-1903Military RecordsKehilaLinks
Military records from the Russian Empire collected by 
Barry Helfand.
The translated records along with images of the originals are available on the 
Monastyrishche KehilaLinks website.
Monastyrishche (Town)Collected Records, Vital records, Monastyrishche1851Vital Records: BirthsKehilaLinks
Barry Helfand
submitted Vital records for Monastyrishche, 1851: 56 Birth, 6 Marriage and 14 Death records. No record images. No Hebrew translation. Only Russian pages translated. Translations of the records are available on the 
Monastyrishche KehilaLinks website.
Moshny (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Moshny Town 1845-19181845-1918FHL Catalog EntryFHL
6 microfilms.
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Moshny, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 392; Opis 1; Dela 1-10, 12-18, 20-29
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3093, 3295, 3521, 3539.
Microfilm Nos. 2289314-2289315, 2289403-2289404, 2289406-2289407
Moshny (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Moshny1846, 1854, 1862Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Moshny. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2289315 (Items 3-5, 7 & 19).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2289315

Item 3 – Fond 392, оpis 1, delo. 27 births 1862
Item 4- Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 28 marriages 1862
Item 5- Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 29 births 1862
Item 7 - Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 2 births 1846
Item 19 -  Fond 393, оpis 1, delo. 14 births 1854


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Moshny, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later known as Moshny, Shpola, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Motyzhin (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Motyzhin Town 18541854FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm in FHL Catalog
Registers of Jewish marriages and divorces for Motyzhin, Kiev, Kiev, Russia; later Motyzhyn, Makariv, Kiev, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 1164, Opis 1, Dela 10-12.
Microfilm No. 2410368, Items 16-17; 1854 marriages and divorces
Kozelets (District)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Kozelets District 1867-19171867-1917FHL Catalog EntryFHL
3 microfilm reels
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths, and divorces for the Kozelets uezd (district), Chernigov, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 679, series 10, files 1258, 3588-3590.
Microfilm Nos. 2091576, 2392159-2392160
Nagartava (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Nagartava Town 1867-19171867-1917FHL Catalog EntryFHL
3 microfilm reels
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths, and divorces for the Kozelets uyezd (district), Chernigov, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 679, series 10, files 1258, 3588-3590.
Microfilm Nos. 2091576, 2392159-2392160
Kozelets (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Kozelets district 1882-19061882-1906Census: Family ListsFHL
4 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Kozelets
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Kozelets district, Chernigov, Russia; later Kozelets, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3540, 4064, 4069, 4263. 
Microfilm Nos. 1409779-1409781, 1696868
Nagorinovka (Town)Revision List 1816, Nagorinovka1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Naumovka (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Naumovka1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825
Nekhaevka (Town)Revision List 1811-1818, Nekhaevka1811-1818Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1818
Niezhin (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Niezhin Town 1852-19181852-1918FHL Catalog EntryFHL
19 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths, and divorces for Nezhin district and city, Nezhin, Chernigov, Russia; later Nizhyn district and city, Nizhyn, Chernihiv, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew."
Record group 679, series 2, file 4988
Record group 679, series 10, files 1243-1247, 1252, 1255-1256, 1258, 1260-1261, 1308
Record group 1249, series 1, files 435-460, 460a, 460b
Record group 1333, series 1, files 1-29.
Microfilm Nos. 2091570-2091577, 2101058, 2101469, 2125337, 2154850, 2190825-2190828, 2154166-2154168.
Niezhin (Town)Revision List 1782-1847, Niezhin1782-1847Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782-1847
Niezhin (Town)Supplemental Lists 1882-1906, Niezhin1882-1906Supplemental ListsFHL
Niezhin (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Niezhin town and Nezhin district 1882-19061882-1906Census: Family ListsFHL
5 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Nezhin district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Nezhin district, Chernigov, Russia; later Nizhyn, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567 -- Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3543, 4074, 4325, 4335. 
Microfilm Nos. 1409779-1409782, 1696868
Nikolayev (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Nikolaev1889-1894Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Nikolaev. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2423962 (Items 1-6).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2423962

 item 1 – fond 484, оpus 1, дelo. 1474 Births 1889
Item 2 – fond 484, оpus 1, delo. 1475 Births 1890
Item 3 - fond 484, оpus 1, delo. 1476 Births 1891
Item 4 - fond 484, оpus 1, delo. 1477 Births 1892
Item 5 - fond 484, оpus 1, delo. 1478 Births 1893
Item 6 - fond 484, оpus 1, delo. 1479 Births 1894



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records of births, from the Jewish community in Nikolaev, Kherson, Kherson, Russia; now Mykolaďv, Mykolaďv, Mykolaďv, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Nikolayev (Town)Name Lists, Occupations and Residences, Nikolayevvarious yearsName Lists, Residents Ukraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
This table lists 84 people from the Kopelman extended family. The table has the following columns: Name (given, patronymic, surname), dates, occupation, Ukraine residence, dates of residence, training, and who submitted the name.
Nikolayev (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Nikolayev Town 1873-19201873-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
22 microfilms in FHL Catalog
Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community in Nikolaev, Kherson, Kherson, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 484, Opis 1, Dela 1460-1496, 1496а, 1497-1524, 1688-1715.
Microfilm Nos.: 2423959-2423966-2423972, 2444916, 2446326, 2446440-2446444, 2453222
Nizkovka (Town)Revision List 1816, Nizkovka1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Nosachev (Town)Revision List 1858, Nosachev1858  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1858  
Kremenets (District)Vital Records Translations, Kremenets District Births, 1870-19381870-1938Vital Records: BirthsUkraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
Translation of 10,924 birth records for Kremenets District towns for the period 1870-1938. The Kremenets town records are on microfilm at the Mormon Family History Library. Records for other towns were obtained from the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People (Hebrew University, Jerusalem).


Kremenets (8,727 records from LDS microfilms):
  1870-1886,1888-1906
Belozerka (30 records from Central Archives):
  1905 births
Katerinovka (763 records from Central Archives)
  1885, 1887-1895, 1900-1904, 1907-1911, 1913-1916, 1920, 1922-1931, 1937-1938
Oleksinets (240 records from Central Archives)
  1878-1883, 1892, 1896-1898, 1900-1901, 1903-1904, 1906, 1910, 1913
Velikiye Berezhtsy (299 records from Central Archives)
  1878-1887, 1889-1895, 1900-1901, 1904-1905, 1907-1908, 1912-1913
Vyshgorodok (825 records from Central Archives)
  1878-1889. 1895-1900

Birth records for Jews who were registered in each of these towns also appear in the Kremenets Town birth records. So, be sure to re-sort the spreadsheet by town name to see all the records for Jews registered in your town.
Kremenets (District)Revision Lists, FHL Catalog Entry, Kremenets District 1811-18741811-1874Census: Revision ListsFHL
53 microfilm reels
"Revision lists (census lists used to levy a poll tax, 7th-10th revision) for Kremenets district, Volyn′ province, Russia; The lists contain the names of all taxable persons from each city, town, village or estate arranged by household, giving the relationship to the head of house and ages. Many of the lists also include supplemental lists made in years following the initial revision (e.g. revision lists for 1816 may include supplemental lists dating from between 1817 and 1834). Text in Russian."
Record group 37, series 2, files 149-151, 156-199.

Jewish records are for the years 1811-1868. They are found on the following films:
Film Nos. 2213478-2213487, 2270233-2270234, 2234586-2234595, 2269547-2269549, 2270282-2270288, 2270310-2270317, 2346519-2346520, 2347018, 2375506, 2375710-2375713, 2376284-2376285, 2376396-2376397
Kremenets (District)Vital Records Collection, AGAD, Kremenets1877-1905Vital Records: BirthsAGAD
AGAD, the Archiwum Glowne Akt Dawnych (The Central Archives of Historical Records in Warsaw), is the repository of about 2,500 Jewish metrical books for the area of the former Lwow, Stanislawow, and Tarnopol Wojewodztwa (now Lviv, Ivano Frankivsk, and Ternopil oblasts in Ukraine). These registers are mainly for the period from 1877-1905 when these areas were part of the Austrian province of Galicia.
Kremenets (District)Revision List Translations, Kremenets District 1811-1874, 1811-1874Census: Revision ListsKehilaLinks
This dataset is a translation of the Jewish records in the revision lists for towns in the District of Kremenets. The census books of the Central State Archives in Ternopil Oblast were microfilmed by the LDS and are available in the Mormon Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Kremenets District Research Group is translating the revision lists.

Translated census entries have been indexed by surname, town, and source. Until the revision list translations are fully funded and all translations are completed, the translation spreadsheet is available only to those who have contributed in some way to the work of the Kremenets District Research Group. After the project is completed, the translation spreadsheet will be freely available to all. In the meantime, the master index (the Kremenets Concordance) is searchable, using Steve Morse"s One-Step search engine, on the
Kremenets KehilaLinks website. Be sure to read the document that describes the Concordance.

For more information about how to obtain the full translation spreadsheet, or how to contribute to the translation project, contact 
Sheree Roth or 
Ron Doctor.
Novgorod Severskiy (Town)Revision List 1782-1855, Novgorod Severskiy1782-1855Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782-1855
Novgorod Severskiy (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Novgorod Severskiy Town 19101910FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish divorces for Novgorod-Seversk district and city, Novgorod-Seversk, Chernigov, Russia, Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 679, series 10, file 1308.
Microfilm No. 2101469.
Novgorod Severskiy (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Novgorod Severskiy town & district 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
4 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Novgorod Severskiy district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Novgorod-Seversk district, Chernigov, Russia; later Novhorod-Siverskiy, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3533, 4119-4120, 4253, 4260, 4262. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222347, 1409780-1409781, 1696868.
Novgorod-Severskiy (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Novgorod Severskiy district 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
4 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Novgorod Severskiy district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Novgorod-Seversk district, Chernigov, Russia; later Novhorod-Siverskiy, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3533, 4119-4120, 4253, 4260, 4262. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222347, 1409780-1409781, 1696868.
Novograd Volynskiy (Town)Yizkor Books, Novograd Volynskij, Novograd VolynskiyYizkor Book Translations
2 Yizkor Book exists, but  there is no translation project. Zvhil-Novogradvolinsk (Tel Aviv, 1962.
Novograd Volynskiy (Town)Revision Lists 1814-1934, Novograd Volynskiy1814-1934Census: Revision ListsFHL
1814-1934 Ronald D. Doctor (14 Nov 2011):

Parish registers (births, marriages, deaths, confession lists, marriage documents, christenings) for the Roman Catholic Church of Novograd-Volynsk (before 1796 Zvyagel), Volyn", Russia; later Novohrad-Volyns"kiy (aka Zvyahel, Novohrad-Volyns"kiy), Zhytomyr, Ukraine. Text in Russian, Latin and Polish.
File # 243 includes the supplements of the revision lists to the 8th revision from Ostrog city and district.

Also some page images on SIG websiteClick here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Novograd Volynskiy (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish births, Novograd VolynskiyVital Records: BirthsKehilaLinks
Two page images are on the SIG website.
Novograd Volynskiy (Town)Photos-Family, Novograd VolynskiyPhotos, PeopleJG
Family Photos  some on SIG website
Novograd Volynskiy (Town)Town Photos, Novograd VolynskiyPhotos, Generalhttps://plus.google.com/photos/1178822143179120013
Collection of 332 photos without captions or other identification, some old and some new, of Novograd Volynskiy and its environs. Includes a half dozen gravestone photos. Photos were uploaded by Allan Dolgow.
Novomoskovsk (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Novomoskovsk Town 1878-19011878-1901FHL Catalog EntryFHL
2 microfilms from LDS FHL Catalog Card.
Register of Jewish births, marriages and deaths for Novomoskovsk, Novomoskovsk (aka Samar), Ekaterinoslav, Russia; Text in Russian.
Fond 193, Opis 4, Delа 115-117
Microfilm Nos. 2439808-2439809
Krolevets (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Krolevets town & district 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
6 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Krolevets district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Krolevets district, Chernigov, Russia; later Krolevets, Sumy, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3531, 4063, 4118, 4258, 4261, 4326. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222347, 1409779-1409782, 1696868.
Novozybkov (Town)Revision Lists, Novozybkov 19041904Census: otherUkraine Archives
Miriam Weiner"s Routes to Roots website (www.rtrfoundation.org) lists a 1904 Census in the State Archive of Chernigov Oblast, Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567 .
Novye Mliny (Town)Revision List 1811-1827, Novye Mliny1811-1827Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1827
Odessa (Town)Yizkor Books, OdessaYizkor Book Translations
Never to be Forgotten, 1997 Susan Curelop (noshowclc@aol.com) has ttanslated Never To Be Forgotten: Jewish Victims of Nazism and Heroes of the Resistance, The Book of Memory by Boris Gidalevitch, 1997. She is preparing the book for submission to JG Ukraine DB .
Odessa (Town)Travel Reports, OdessaTravel ReportJG
partial
Odessa (Town)Rabbinate Records, Fond 39, Odessa City 1846-1920Archives, Catalog of holdingsKehilaLinks
Detailed contents of the Fond 39 - Opis 1 to 6 available in the Odessa State Archives.

The fond “Odessa City Rabbinate” contains 449 files for 1846-1920. Records for 1875-1919 are completely intact. For 1920 only the birth data has survived. Files for 1835-1874 were lost during WWII, with the following exceptions: 1846-1847 – only birth data; 1854 – 3 volumes of marriage, divorce and death records. The fond has been updated by Orthodox funds: Fond 2 “Administration of the Odessa City Hall;” Fond 4 “Odessa City Duma;” Fond 16 “Odessa City Town Council;” Fund 315 “Odessa City Office of Military Draft.”
Odessa (Town)Names List, Head of Household, Odessa1893-1916Name Lists, Residents RTR Foundation Website
This index lists 4,505 heads of household (all Jewish, most with patronymics) and their addresses. The original index, in Russian, is on the 
Odessa Archives website.

A searchable index also is available on 
Miriam Weiner"s Routes to Roots website.
 Weiner notes that both indexes are extracts from an archival collection titled Odessa Board for Small Business, Jewish Section, 1894-1918, which is at the Odessa Oblast Archives (Fond 359, Opis 1, Delo 3). She also reports that "the actual documents (in the archives) include address locations and names/ages of family members" and that "the name index was previously published (in the Russian language) in a book entitled The Jews of Odessa and Southern Ukraine: The History in Documents (end of XVIII-Beginning of XX Century), published in Odessa in 2002, jointly by the Odessa Oblast Archives and “Migdal” (Jewish Community in Odessa)." The Archives gave Weiner permission to post the index on her 
RTR Foundation website. The RTR Foundation webpage gives instructions for ordering records from the Archives.
Odessa (Town)Jewish Landlords, Odessa, 18761876Name Lists, Residents KehilaLinks
Images in Cyrillic, browsable and searchable in Cyrillic and Roman
Melitopol (District)Revision Lists, Melitopol District 1835 and 1850, FHL Catalog Entry1835, 1850Census: Revision ListsFHL
FHL Catalog entry for 1835 and 1850 Melitopol District revision lists; Fond 134, Opis 2, Delo  627, 689. Two microfilms: 2376262 Item 3 (for 1850) and 2377234 Item 2 (for 1835)
Odessa (Town)Directory, All Odessa, 1899 1899Directories: Address CalendarsKehilaLinks
All Odessa Trade, Commerce and Real Estate Address and Reference Book 1899 (in Cyrillic)
Odessa (Town)Directory, All Odessa, 1902-3 1902-3Directories: Address CalendarsKehilaLinks
All Odessa Trade, Commerce and Real Estate Address and Reference Book 1902 & 1903 (in Cyrillic)
Odessa (Town)Telephone Directory, Odessa, 19481948Directories: TelephoneLibrary of Congress
Logan Kleinwaks reported that "the Library of Congress recently placed online, scans of five Ukrainian telephone directories: Kiev 1935, Voroshilovgrad (Lugansk/Luhansk) 1939, Sevastopol 1941, Odessa 1948, and Lviv 1949."  These directories can be viewed or downloaded at the Library of Congress website. The Library of Congress has other Ukraine telephone directories at the Library. 

Kleinwaks" notes that "the full text of these directories can be searched on his  Genealogy Indexer website,
either in the original Cyrillic or by entering a Latin script search
term and using one of the automatic transliteration options ("Add
Latin -> Cyrillic," which is the default, or "Only Latin ->
Cyrillic").  Search results link to page scans on the Library of
Congress" website."
Odessa (Town)Collected Records, Vital records, Odessa (AODB)1800-1920Vital Records: BirthsKehilaLinks
Database of Collected Records including Vital records provided by researchers. Available in the All Odessa Database (AODB).
Odessa (Town)Directory, All Odessa, 1914 1914Directories: Address CalendarsKehilaLinks
All Odessa Industry and Commerce Address and Reference Book 1914 (in Cyrillic)
Odessa (Town)Directory, All Odessa, 1901 1901Directories: Address CalendarsKehilaLinks
All Odessa Trade, Commerce and Real Estate Address and Reference Book 1901 (in Cyrillic)
Odessa (Town)Directory, All Odessa, 1900 1900Directories: Address CalendarsKehilaLinks
All Odessa Trade, Commerce and Real Estate Address and Reference Book 1900 (in Cyrillic), browsable and searchable in Cyrillic and Roman
Odessa (Town)Schools, Odessa District, 19141914Commemorative BooksKehilaLinks
Book of schools in Odessa District for Academic year 1913-1914. Part I for District Schools, Part II for National Schools. 586 pages (in Cyrillic)
Okhromeyevichi (Town)Revision List 1811, Okhromeyevichi1811  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811  
Oleshnya (Town)Revision List 1816-1818, Oleshnya1816-1818Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1818
Olshana (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Olshana Town 1876-19121876-1912FHL Catalog EntryFHL
4 microfilm reels at FHL
"Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish community in Olshana, Zvenigorodka, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 192, 413, 520.
Microfilm Nos. 2068071, 2083438, 2087050, 2289320
Olshana (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Olshana1890-1912Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Olshana. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2289320 (Items 2-3).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2289320

Item 2 [additional microfilm] Fond 931, opis 1, delo 413: Births 1890-1891, 1893-1894, 1897-1898, 1900-1901 - Marriages, Births 1902 - Marriages 1903-1904 - Births 1905-1906 - Marriages, Births 1909 - Births 1911 - - Marriages, births 1910 - 1912 Marriages, 1911
Item 3 [additional microfilm] fond 931, opis 1, delo 520 births 1895, 1903, 1912 (p. 1-64) - Deaths 1903 (p. 65-78)



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish community in Ol′shana, Zvenigorodka, Kiev, Russia; later known as Vil′shana, Horodyshche, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Olshanoye (Town)Revision List 1816, Olshanoye1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Orekhov (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Orekhov Town 1880-18891880-1889FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reels at FHL
"Records of births, divorces and deaths from the Jewish congregation of Orekhov, Berdyansk, Tavrida, Russia; later Orikhiv, Orikhiv, Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine. Text in Russian.
Fond 5593, Opis 2, Dela 979-984.
Microfilm No. 2331451.
Orlovets (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Orlovets Town 1891-19161891-1916FHL Catalog EntryFHL
4 microfilm reels at FHL
"Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish community in Orlovets, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; 
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3573-3574, 3602, 3755.
Microfilm Nos. 2289160-2289161, 2289164, 2289407
Orlovets (Town)Revision List 1850, Orlovets1850  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850  
Osmaki (Town)Revision List 1811-1818, Osmaki1811-1818Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1818
Osova (Town)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Osova1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Stepan, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School.

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Oster (Town)Revision List 1805-1864, Oster1805-1864Census: Revision ListsFHL
1805-1864
Oster (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Oster Town 1867-19201867-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births and marriages for the Oster uezd (district), Chernigov, Russia; later split amongst Kozelets, Chernihiv, Ukraine; Brovary, Kiev, Ukraine; and Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 679, Opis 10, Dela 3591-3595.
Microfilm Nos. 2392160
Oster (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Oster town & district 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
5 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Oster district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Oster district, Chernigov, Russia; later Kozelets, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3312, 3535, 4116, 4328. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222346-1222347, 1409780, 1409782, 1696868
Ostrog (Town)Revision Lists, Ostrog town, Kremenets District 1816, Translations1816Census: Revision ListsKehilaLinks
This dataset is a translation of the Jewish records in the revision lists for towns in the District of Kremenets. The census books of the Central State Archives in Ternopil Oblast were microfilmed by the LDS and are available in the Mormon Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Kremenets District Research Group is translating the revision lists.

Translated census entries have been indexed by surname, town, and source. Until the revision list translations are fully funded and all translations are completed, the translation spreadsheet is available only to those who have contributed in some way to the work of the Kremenets District Research Group. After the project is completed, the translation spreadsheet will be freely available to all. In the meantime, the master index (the Kremenets Concordance) is searchable, using Steve Morse"s One-Step search engine, on the
Kremenets KehilaLinks website. Be sure to read the document that describes the Concordance. The Concordance contains more than 2,500 revision list entries for the town of Ostrog.

For more information about how to obtain the full translation spreadsheet, or how to contribute to the translation project, contact 
Sheree Roth or 
Ron Doctor.
Ostrog (Town)Mazkeret li-gedole Ostrah', Ostrog1907BookInternet LIbrary
This book, by Menahem Mendel Biber, is a seminal text on the history and people of Ostrog. It was published by Bi-defus shel H.Y. Sheptil in Berdichev and is
Written in Hebrew. The Library Of Congress Catalog No. is DS135 R93 O7. It is available by free download from many online websites, including Open Library and Internet Library. Do a Google search on the title to find more download sites.
Ostrog (Town)Yizkor Books, OstrogYizkor Book Translations
7 Yizkor Books exist, one partially translated
(see comment) 7 YBs exist, one partially translated
Sefer Ostrog (Vohlin); matsevet zikaron le-kehila kedosha (Tel Aviv, 1987)  [Yizkor Book Images], partial translation.
Not yet translated
Gedolei Ostroho (Berdichev, 1907)
Ostrog (Jerusalem-Tel Aviv, 1966)  [Yizkor Book Images]
Pinkas Ostra; sefer zikaron... (Tel Aviv, 1960)  [Yizkor Book Images]
Ven dos lebn hot geblit (Buenos Aires, 1954)  [Yizkor Book Images]
Arim ve-imahot be-yisrael; matsevet kodesh le-kehilot yisrael she-nehrevu bi-yedei aritsim u-tmeim be-milhemet ha-olam ha-aharona, vol. 1 (Jerusalem, 1945-1960)
Le-zekher kehilat Ostrah; hantsahat kehilat Ostrah.. Translation: one partial translation online Sefer Ostrog (Vohlin); matsevet zikaron le-kehila kedosha (Tel Aviv, 1987)  [Yizkor Book Images], partial translation online at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/ostroh/Ostroh.html.
Ostropol (Town)The Echenbergs of Ostropol and Sherbrooke: a tale of two shtetlsCommemorative Bookshttp://books.google.com/books/about/The_Echenbergs
The Echenbergs of Ostropol and Sherbrooke: a tale of two shtetls, Myron J. Echenberg, Ruth Tannenbaum. 1986. 82 pages.
Pavlograd (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Pavlograd Town 1885-19141885-1914FHL Catalog EntryFHL
9 microfilms from LDS FHL Catalog Card.
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths, divorces for Pavlograd, Pavlograd, Ekaterinoslav, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 193, Opis 4, Dela 294-301, 614, 624, 630, 635, 640, 645, 649.
Microfilm Nos. 2442233-2442234, 2446411-2446416, 2446492
Pekirev (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Pekirev1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825
Perekop (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Perekop Town 1860-18751860-1875FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reels at FHL
"Jewish records of births, marriages, deaths, and divorces for Perekop, Tavrida, Russia; now Perekop, Krym, Ukraine."
State Archive of Krym no.: F. 488, o. 1, dd. 1-8
Microfilm Nos. 2041526 Items 4 - 12
Perelyub (Town)Revision List 1811, Perelyub1811  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811  
Pereyaslav (Town)Revision List, Pereyaslav town, Pereyaslav District 1835, FHL Catalog entry1835Census: Revision ListsFHL
The town of Pereyaslav is not on this microfilm. The entries do NOT include Jews. 1 microfilm reel at FHL, microfilm reel 2396624, part 2. This part of the film contains entries for towns of Aleksandrovka and Rymerovka. The entries on this film are for nobility and peasants.
Peschanka (Town)Pinkas Community Registers, PeschankaCommunity Records: PinkasIMHM
on microfilm in The Institute of Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts, Jewish National and University Library in Jerusalem
Petropavlovka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Petropavlovka Town 1900-19041900-1904FHL Catalog EntryFHL
3 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths, divorces for the Petropavlovski prayer house in Petropavlovka, Pavlograd, Ekaterinoslav, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 193, Opis 4, Dela 614, 624.
Microfilm Nos. 2446410-2446412
Piryatin (Town)Revision List 1782, Piryatin1782  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782  
Pochaev (Town)Yizkor Books, PochaevYizkor Book Translations
partially complete Lisa Weinblatt (Redball62@aol.com) is YB Translation Coordinator for Pochayiv..  Name and Town Index: partially complete Lisa Weinblatt (Redball62@aol.com) is YB Translation Coordinator for Pochayiv.
Pogoreltsy (Town)Revision List 1816-1818, Pogoreltsy1816-1818Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1818
Pogrebishche (Town)Revision List, Pogrebishche town, Berdichev District 1834-1850, FHL Catalog entry1834-1850Census: Revision ListsFHL
1834-1850 included in Berdichev District, 3 microfilm reels at FHL.
FHL Microfilm reels: 2199449-2199451
Pogrebishche (Town)Revision List, Pogrebishche 18161816Census: Revision ListsState Archive of Kiev Oblast
280/2/365
Pogrebishche (Town)Revision Lists, Pogrebishche 17951795Census: Revision ListsState Archive of Vinnitsa Oblast
177/1/1315
Pogrebishche (Town)Cemeteries: Photos, Pogrebische2013Cemeteries: Photographs of CemeteriesUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
Photos of Pogrebische tombstones taken in 2012.  Held by Town Leader, Joshua Skarf. Contact him at pogrebishchejewishcemetery@gmail.com for more information.
Pogrebishche (Town)Revision List, Pogrebishche 18581858Census: Revision ListsState Archive of Kiev Oblast
280/2/1221
Pokrovske (Town)Revision List 1816, Pokrovske1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Yekaterinoslav (Province)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Yekaterinoslav / Donetsk Province 1800-19251800-1925FHL Catalog EntryFHL
4 microfilm reels
Archival register for the Orthodox church records and Jewish records (births, marriages, divorces, deaths) for the Donetsk oblast (region), Ukraine. Text in Russian.
Opis: UKRN DON 1 
Microfilm nos. 2347061, 2349681-2349682, 2352277
Polonnoye (Town)Photograph cemeteries Polonne, PolonnoyeCemeteries: Photographs of GravestonesJG
91 photos
Polonnoye (Town)Yizkor Books, PolonnoyeYizkor Book Translations
2 books Sefer zakorrem; book of memory; suffering of Jews that died during Nazi occupation; history of Polonnoye Jews (, ). Partial translation at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/polonnoye/polonnoye.html

Zvhil-Novogradvolinsk (Tel Aviv, 1962). Not yet translated.
. Translation: 1 book partially translated Sefer zakorrem; book of memory; suffering of Jews that died during Nazi occupation; history of Polonnoye Jews.
Partial translation at: http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/polonnoye/polonnoye.html
Poninka (Town)JDC Names List-Petrograd, 19171917Name Lists, Joint Distribution CommitteeKehilaLinks
List of people in Petrograd, Russia in 1917 trying to get in touch with their families in America via the American Joint Jewish Distribution Committee (10 names).
Poninka (Town)Passenger Ship Manifests, EIDB, Poninka1892-1924Migration: Passenger Ship ManifestsEllis Island Database (EIDB)
Ellis Island Database (EIDB) of passenger manifests, online for emmigrants from Poninka. Also directly from Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7488)
Poninka (Town)Memoirs, PoninkaMemoirsKehilaLinks
Memoirs of Minnie Pilchman Berman on Poninka KehilaLinks website
Poninka (Town)Photos-Family, PoninkaVarious yearsPhotos, PeopleKehilaLinks
Family Photos on the Poninka KehilaLinks website:
  &nbspBuffer Family
  &nbspMelamed Family
  &nbspPeltz Family
  &nbspPilchman Family
  &nbspPoppich Family
Popovka (Town)Revision List 1850, Popovka1850  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850  
Poritzk (Town)Revision List 1850, Poritzk1850  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850  
Potaptsy (Town)Revision List 1858, Potaptsy1858  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1858  
Priluki (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Priluki Town 1855-19171855-1917FHL Catalog EntryFHL
9 microfilm reels
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths and divorces for Priluki, Priluki, Poltava, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 1475, series 1, files 1-39, 41-49, 49a, 50, 50a
Record group 1530, series 6, files 50a, 51-185.
Microfilm Nos. 2192583-2192584, 2423892, 2423895-2423899, 2446161
Priluki (Town)Revision List 1782, Priluki1782  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782  
Priluki (Town)Yizkor Books, PrilukiYizkor Book Translations
exists Memorial book to the warriors, residents of Priluki who perished in the Great Fatherland War (WWII) at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/priluki/priluki.html.
Priluki (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Priluki town 19121912Census: Family ListsFHL
1 microfilm, FHL Catalog entry for Priluki district.
Family lists (tax poll census) for Priluki district, Chernigov, Russia; later Pryluky, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Includes Jewish records. Text in Russian.
Fond 132, Opis 1, Delo 1230. 
Microfilm Nos. 2446203
Priluki (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths and Divorces in Priluki 1855-1917Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths and divorces for Priluki, Priluki, Poltava, Russia The records are from FHL microfilm numbers 2192583 (Items 14-25) and 2192584 (items 18-21).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew

 item 4-Volume 1475-1/1 Divorces 1855
 item 5-Volume 1475-1/2 Marriages 1855
 item 6-Volume 1475-1/3 Births 1855
 item 7-Volume 1475-1/4 Deaths 1856
 item 8-Volume 1475-1/5 Births 1856 
 item 9-Volume 1475-1/6 Deaths 1857
 item 10- Volume 1475-1/7-8 Births 1857-1858
 item 11-Volume 1475-1/7-8 Births 1857-1858
 item 12- Volume 1475-1/9 Deaths 1858
 item 13-Volume 1475-1/10-11 Marriages 1858-1859
 item 14-Volume 1475-1/10-11 Marriages 1858-1859
 item 15-Volume 1475-1/12 Deaths 1859
 item 16-Volume 1475-1/13 Births 1859
 item 17-Volume 1475-1/14 Deaths 1895
 item 18-Volume 1475-1/15-16 Marriages 1860-1861
 item 19-Volume 1475-1/15-16 Marriages 1860-1861
 item 20-Volume 1475-1/17 Births 1861
 item 21-Volume 1475-1/18 Marriages 1862
 item 22-Volume 1475-1/19 Deaths 1862
 item 23-Volume 1475-1/20 Births 1863
 item 24-Volume 1475-1/21 Deaths 1863
 item 25-Volume 1475-1/22 Marriages 1863



Microfilm 2192584

Item 18- Volume 1475-1/41 Births 1871
Item 19- Volume 1475-1/42 Deaths 1871, all Russian
Item 20- Volume 1475-1/43 Births 1872, primarily Russian
Item 21- Volume 1475-1/44 Divorces 1873, all Russian


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Registers of Jewish births, marriages, deaths and divorces for Priluki, Priluki, Poltava, Russia; later Pryluky, Pryluky, Chernihiv, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew. 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Proskurov (Town)Yizkor Books, ProskurovYizkor Book Translations
1 book, no translation project The destruction of Proskurov; in memory of the sacred souls who perished during the terrible slaughter of the Haidamaks, Khurbn Proskurov; (tsum ondenken fun di heylige neshomes vos zaynen umgekumen in der shreklikher shkhite, vos iz ongefirt gevoren durkh di haydamakes) (New York, 1924).
Radomka (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Radomka1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825
Radomysl (Town)Revision List 1795, Radomysl1795  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1795  
Rafalovka (Town)Memoirs, RafalovkaMemoirs
Memoirs  on offsite website
Rafalovka (Town)Yizkor Books, RafalovkaYizkor Book Translations
1 book . Translation: partial translation Memorial book for the towns of Old Rafalowka, New Rafalowka, Olizarka, Zoludzk and vicinity. Partial translation at: 
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Rafalovka/Rafalovka.html
Mark Schwartz is Project Coordinator
Repki (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Repki Town 1875-18821875-1882FHL Catalog EntryFHL
3 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births, deaths for Repki, Gorodni︠a︡, Chernigov, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 679, series 10, files 1244, 1246, 1252.
Microfilm Nos. 2091571-2091572, 2091574.
Romny (Town)Revision List 1782, Romny1782  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782  
Romny (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Romny Town 1874-19191874-1919FHL Catalog EntryFHL
9 microfilms from LDS FHL Catalog Card.
Registers of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths for the Jewish Congregation of Romny (Romen). Text in Russian.
Record group 743, series 1, file 63
Record group 1188, series 5, files 6, 11, 15, 23, 39, 57-58.
Microfilm Nos. 2153310, 2187751, 2187753, 2187755, 2187759-2187760, 2187767, 2187775-2187776.
Rotmistrovka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Rotmistrovka Town 1854-18621854-1862FHL Catalog EntryFHL
2 microfilm reels at FHL
"Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish congregation in Rotmistrovka, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 389, Opis 1, Dela 2-46.
Microfilm Nos. 2289445, 2289313.
Rotmistrovka (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Rotmistrovka1857-1862Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Rotmistrovska. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2289313 (Items 1-5 & 11-19).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2289313

 Item 1 – Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 28, marriages 1860
Item 2 – Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 29, marriages 1860
Item 3 – Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 30, births 1860
Item 4 – Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 31,births 1857
Item 5 – Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 32, marriages 1860
Item 11 - Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 38, births 1861
Item 12 - Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 39, deaths 1861
Item 13- Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 40, marriages 1862
Item 14- Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 41, marriages 1861
Item 15- Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 42, marriages 1862
Item 16- Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 43, births 1862
Item 17- Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 44, births 1862
Item 18- Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 45, deaths 1861
Item 19- Fond 389, оpus. 1, delo. 46, deaths 1862



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish congregation in Rotmistrovka, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; later Rotmistrivka, Smila, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Rovno (Town)Yizkor Books, RovnoYizkor Book Translations
3 books A zikorn far Rowne (Munich, 1947?)
    Rowne; sefer zikaron (Tel Aviv, 1956), partial translation at: http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~yizkor~lookup_pb~555 
    Le-zekher Rovnah (, 1967)  [Yizkor Book Images] . Translation: 1 partial translation Rowne; sefer zikaron (Tel Aviv, 1956), partial translation at: http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~yizkor~lookup_pb~555
Rovno (Town)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Rovno district towns1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Stepan, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School).

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Rozhev (Town)Collected Records, Family Lists, Rozhev1897, 1907, 1911Census: otherUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
4 Family Lists collected and translated by a Ukraine researcher for 
Beatrice Markel
 from State Archives of Kiev.
Rozhev (Town)Collected Records, Emigrants List, Rozhev1910-1919Name Lists, EmigrantsUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
Emigrants List, 3 records, collected by a Ukraine researcher for 
Beatrice Markel
 from State Archives of Kiev.
Ruskaya Polyana (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Ruskaya Polyana Town 1837-19201837-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
23 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Cherkassy
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Cherkassy, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 387; Opis 1; Dela 1-39
Fond 650; Opis 1; Delo 6
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3069a, 3072a, 3074a, 3078a, 3081a, 3089a, 3169a, 3370, 3396-3397, 3519-3520, 3540, 3574, 3576, 3601, 3626a, 3649-3652, 3678-3679, 3683, 3708, 3754-3755, 3776, 3791-3792, 3831-3833, 3860-3861, 3886, 3888, 3907, 3937, 3985, 4019, 4053, 4237, 4270-4271, 4279, 4329, 4368, 4395a-4395b. 
Microfilm Nos. 2154894, 2289160-2289167, 2289317, 2289402-2289407, 2289442-2289443, 2291238-2291241, 2292949
Ryzhki (Town)Revision List 1811-1816, Ryzhki1811-1816Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1816
Rzhishchev (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Rzhishchev Town 1852-18541852-1854FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm in FHL Catalog.
Registers of Jewish divorces and deaths for Rzhishchev, Kiev, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 1164, Opis 1, Dela 2, 15-16.
Microfilm No. 2410368:

  Item 5,  1852 Deaths
  Item 18, 1854 Divorces
  Item 19, 1854 Deaths
Samotugi (Town)Revision List 1811-1825, Samotugi1811-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1825
Sarny (Town)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Sarny1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School, Stepan.

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Savinki (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Savinki1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825
Sevastopol (Town)Telephone Directory, Sevastopol, 19411941Directories: TelephoneLibrary of Congress
Logan Kleinwaks reported that "the Library of Congress recently placed online, scans of five Ukrainian telephone directories: Kiev 1935, Voroshilovgrad (Lugansk/Luhansk) 1939, Sevastopol 1941, Odessa 1948, and Lviv 1949."  These directories can be viewed or downloaded at the Library of Congress website. The Library of Congress has other Ukraine telephone directories at the Library. 

Kleinwaks" notes that "the full text of these directories can be searched on his  Genealogy Indexer website,
either in the original Cyrillic or by entering a Latin script search
term and using one of the automatic transliteration options ("Add
Latin -> Cyrillic," which is the default, or "Only Latin ->
Cyrillic").  Search results link to page scans on the Library of
Congress" website."
Shabilinov (Town)Revision List 1811-1825, Shabilinov1811-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1825
Shchepetovka (Town)Name Lists, Occupations and Residences, Shchepetovkavarious yearsName Lists, Residents Ukraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
This table lists 84 people from the Kopelman extended family. The table has the following columns: Name (given, patronymic, surname), dates, occupation, Ukraine residence, dates of residence, training, and who submitted the name.
Shenderovka (Town)Revision List 1850, Shenderovka1850  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850  
Shpikov (Town)Vital Records-Images, Shpikov town 1839-18521839-1852Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)Ukraine SIG researcher listed in Description
The Shpikov KehilaLinks group has, with the help of a researcher, identified surviving documents on the Jewish Community of Shpikov and at least parts of the surrounding area (precise area will only be determined as the records are transcribed), including:
 
  Metrical Records (1839-1852) - Over 900 pages of records
  Census Records (1875)

Funds raised for this project will be used to acquire copies of these documents.  Funds also will be used to translate the acquired records and to prepare the datasets for posting to the JewishGen Ukraine Database and the Ukraine SIG Master Name Index. Full translations will be posted on the appropriate KehilaLinks websites. Translated data will be entered into a Ukraine SIG spreadsheet template which will become available to contributors well before posting on the JewishGen Ukraine Database.

Lara Diamond is Project Leader.
Shpola (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Kanev1856-1861Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Kanev. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2289315 (Items 27-33).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.


 Item 27 Fond 394, оpis 1, delo. 3 marriages 1860
Item 28 Fond 394, оpis 1, delo.4 deaths 1856
Item 29 Fond 394, оpis 1, delo.5 marriages 1857
Item 30 Fond 394, оpis 1, delo. 6 births 1857
Item 31 Fond 394, оpis 1, delo. 7 births 1858
Item 32 Fond 394, оpis 1, delo.8 marriages 1858
Item 33 Fond 394, оpis 1, delo. 9 births 1861



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish congregation in Kanev, Kanev, Kiev, Russia; later known as Kaniv, Kaniv, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Shpola (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Shpola1854-1862Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Shpola. The records are from FHL microfilm numbers 2289317 (Items 1-17) and 2289316 (Items 17-31) and 2289320.  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2289317

 item 1 – 1859 deaths
 item 2-1859 births
 item 3- 1859 births
 item 4-1860 deaths
 item 5- 1860 deaths
 item 6-1860 divorces
 item 7-1860 divorces
 item 8-1860 births
 item 9-1860 marriages
 item 10-1860 births
 item 11-1861 births
 item 12-1861 divorces
 item 13-1861 marriages
 item 14-1862 divorces
 item 15-1861 births
 item 16-1861 births
 item 17-1861 births


Microfilm 2289316

 item 17 – 1854 marriages
 item 18-1854 deaths
 item 19- 1855 deaths
 item 20-1855 marriages
 item 21- 1856 marriages
 item 22-1856 marriages
 item 23-1857 deaths
 item 24-1857 births
 item 25-1857 divorces
 item 26-1858 births
 item 27-1858 births
 item 28-1858 marriages
 item 29-1858 deaths
 item 30-1856, 1857, 1859 divorces
 item 31-1859 marriages


Microfilm 2289320

1896, 1908,  1887; Death 18 -?



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Shpola, Zvenigorodka, Kiev, Russia; later known as Shpola, Shpola, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Shpola (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Shpola Town 1854-19111854-1911FHL Catalog EntryFHL
7 microfilm reels at FHL
"Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Shpola, Zvenigorodka, Kiev, Russia; in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 397, Opis 1, Dela 1-32. Fond 931, Opis 1, Dela 367, 676.
Microfilm Nos. 2083581, 2087365-2087366, 2289316-2289317, 2289319-2289320
Shumsk (Town)Yizkor Book, Original Language, ShumskWW2, 1940sYizkor Books, Original LanguageNYPL, YBs Online
Shumsk Yizkor Book in the original languages
Shumsk (Town)Passenger Ship Manifests, EIDB, Shumsk1898-1923Migration: Passenger Ship ManifestsKehilaLinks
The list was extracted from Ellis Island passenger ship manifests. It provides information concerning immigrants from Shumsk who arrived in the U.S between 1898 and 1923 - Given Name, Surname, Age, Year of Arrival, Date of Arrival, Port, if not NY, Last residence.
Shumsk (Town)Feepayer Lists, Shumsk, 19361936Name Lists, Tax/Fee PayersJG
The 1936 Shumsk Feepayer List has 277 entries. It is on the Kremenets  KehilaLinks site.
Shumsk (Town)Photo Archive, ShumskPhotos, GeneralJG
 catalog entries acquired
Shumsk (Town)Cemeteries: Photos, ShumskCemeteries: Photographs of CemeteriesKehilaLinks
The Shumsk cemetery has 164 gravestones
Shumsk (Town)Slownik Geograficzny, Shumsk1880-1902Article, HistoricalLibraries
Slownik Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego (1880-1902), XII, pp. 77-78: "Szumsk" #1. The original document in Polish is at:
http://dir.icm.edu.pl/pl/Slownik_geograficzny/Tom_XII/77
A translation is on the Kremenets KehilaLinks website:
http://goo.gl/98UWe
Shumsk (Town)Yizkor Book, Translation, ShumskWW2, 1940sYizkor Book TranslationsJG YB Translations
"Szumsk - Memorial book of the Martyrs of Szumsk" (Sefer zikaron le-kedoshei Shumsk she-nispu be-shoat ha-natsim bi-shenat) 1942 (Tel Aviv, 1968). Partial translation.
Shumsk (Town)Revision List, ShumskCensus: Revision ListsFHL
included in Kremenets District
Shumsk (Town)Business Directory, Polish, 1923, Shumsk1923Directories: BusinessKehilaLinks
Page image at: 
http://KehilaLinks.jewishgen.org/Shumskoye/shumsk.directory.html
Shumsk (Town)Collected Records, Revision Lists, Kremenets district, Shumsk1858Census: Revision ListsUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
1 census record collected and translated by a Ukraine researcher for 
Paul Silverstone
 from State Archives of Zhitomir Oblast, Fond 118, Opis 14, Delo 144. This record is for the Finkelshtejn family.
Sidorovka (Town)Revision List 1857-1858, Sidorovka1857-1858Census: Revision ListsFHL
1857-1858
Simferopol (Town)Revision List, Simferopol, Simferopol District 1834-1878, FHL Catalog entry1834-1878Census: Revision ListsFHL
1834-1878 included in Simferopol District, 1 microfilm reel at FHL.
FHL Microfilm reel: 2063578, Item 4 (Fond 414, Opis 1).
Simferopol (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Simferopol Town 1853-19171853-1917FHL Catalog EntryFHL
36 microfilm reels at FHL
"Jewish records of births, marriages, deaths and divorces for Simferopol, Taurida; in Russian and Hebrew.
State Archive of Krym no.: Fond 142, Opis 1, Delo 41-51, 61, 72, 87, 104, 135, 152, 175, 216, 274, 322, 344, 392, 453, 480, 533, 599, 664, 787;
Opis 2, Delo 5
Fond 259, Opis 1, Delo 1-66
Unnumbered fond, series 1, Delo 28, 34-35.
Microfilm Nos. 2008424, 2008469, 2009078, 2009082, 2009087-2009089, 2009091, 2009095, 2009916, 2009920, 2009925-2009926, 2010555-2010556, 2010575-2010576, 2011243-2011244, 2011248, 2011260-2011261, 2011482, 2011488, 2011500, 2011512, 2011799, 2012302, 2038201, 2041502-2041505, 2041660, 2044120-2044121
Sinyavka (Town)Revision List 1811-1816, Sinyavka1811-1816Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1816
Skripchintsy (Town)Revision List 1858, Skripchintsy1858  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1858  
Sloboda Novomeyskaya (Town)Photograph cemeteries Sloboda NovomeyskayaCemeteries: Photographs of GravestonesJG
144 matzeva photos
Slobodka (Town)Revision List 1816-1819, Slobodka1816-1819Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1819
Smiela (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Smiela Town 1839-18981839-1898FHL Catalog EntryFHL
7 microfilm reels at FHL
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Smela, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia;Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 388; Opis 1; Dela 1-8, 10-30.
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3093, 3162.
Microfilm Nos. 2152718, 2289403-2289405, 2289443-2289445
Snegirivka (Town)Name Lists, Occupations and Residences, Snegirivkavarious yearsName Lists, Residents Ukraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
This table lists 84 people from the Kopelman extended family. The table has the following columns: Name (given, patronymic, surname), dates, occupation, Ukraine residence, dates of residence, training, and who submitted the name.
Snitkov (Town)Tax List 1892, Snitkov1892Name Lists, Tax/Fee PayersJG
Tax List 1892 on KehilaLinks website
Sofiyevka (Town)Revision List 1858, Sofiyevka1858  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1858  
Sosnitsa (Town)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Sosnitsa town & district 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
6 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Sosnitsa district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Sosnitsya district, Chernigov, Russia; later Sosnytsya, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 12, Delo 1439
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3537, 4070, 4322. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222347, 1409779-1409781, 1696867-1696868
Sosnitsa (Town)Revision List 1782-1879 1811-1825, Sosnitsa1782-1879 1811-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1782-1879 1811-1825
Starogutishche (Town)Revision List 1816, Starogutishche1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Stavishche (Town)Yizkor Books, StavishcheYizkor Book TranslationsJG YB Translations
Stavisht, Aharon Weissman (ed.), New York: The Stavisht Society, 1961. 252 pp., Hebrew and Yiddish. Project Coordinator: Vivian M. Linderman; Translated by 
Ida Cohen Selavan Schwarcz. The book has been completely translated, but currently lacks a name index.
Steblev (Town)Revision List 1858, Steblev1858  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1858  
Stepan (Town)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Stepan1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School, Stepan.

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Stepanovka (Town)Revision List 1811-1820, Stepanovka1811-1820Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1820
Stepanovka (Town)Name Lists, Occupations and Residences, Stepanovkavarious yearsName Lists, Residents Ukraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
This table lists 84 people from the Kopelman extended family. The table has the following columns: Name (given, patronymic, surname), dates, occupation, Ukraine residence, dates of residence, training, and who submitted the name.
Stepanovka (Town)Memoirs, StepanovkaMemoirsJG
Memoirs  on SIG website
Stolnoye (Town)Revision List 1811-1827, Stolnoye1811-1827Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1827
Sunki (Town)Revision List 1850, Sunki1850  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850  
Surazh (Town)Family Lists, FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Surazh town and District, 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
5 microfilm reels
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Surazh district, Chernigov, Russia; later in Briyansk oblast, Russia. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3532, 4065-4066, 4266, 4323-4324, 4335
5 Microfilms: 1222347, 1409779-1409782
Syadrin (Town)Revision List 1816-1818, Syadrin1816-1818Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1818
Syrai (Town)Revision List 1811, Syrai1811  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811  
Tagancha (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Tagancha Town 1855-18621855-1862FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reels at FHL
Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish congregation in Tagancha, Kanev, Kiev, Russia; later known as Tahancha, Kaniv, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 396, Opis 1, Dela 1-8.
Microfilm Nos. 2289316
Tagancha (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths in Tagancha1855-1862Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish congregation in Tagancha, Kanev, Kiev, Russia.  The records are from FHL microfilm 2289316 (Items 9-16).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.
 

 item 9 – 1855 marriages
 item 10 -1855 births
 item 11- 1858 deaths
 item 12-1858 marriages
 item 13 - 1859 births
 item 14-1861 deaths
 item 15 -1861 deaths
 item 16-1862 deaths


The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records of births, marriages, and deaths from the Jewish congregation in Tagancha, Kanev, Kiev, Russia; later known as Tahancha, Kaniv, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Teklina (Town)Revision List 1850, Teklina1850  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850  
Telnoye (Town)Revision List 1816-1818, Telnoye1816-1818Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1818
Tiraspol (Town)Collected Records, Revision Lists, Tiraspol Town and District 18581858Census: Revision ListsUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
One 1858 Census record for the Arenberg Family, donated by 
Janet Furba.
Tiraspol (Town)Revision Lists, Tiraspol Town and District 1843-1880, FHL Catalog Entry1843-1880Census: Revision ListsFHL
FHL Catalog entry for 1843-1880 Tiraspol District revision lists; Fond 134, Opis 2, Delo  560-562, 689. Four microfilms: 2375784 Item 4 (1859, 1861-1869, 1871, 1880), 23775785 Items 1-2 (1860, 1862-1867, 1871), 2375786 Item 2 (1862-1865) and 2377234 Item 2 (1843-1844). We have not yet identified the towns on these revision lists or determined whether or not the revision lists have Jewish records.
Topolevka (Town)Revision List 1811-1825, Topolevka1811-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1811-1825
Trostyanets (Town)Cemeteries: Burial datasets and photos, Trostyanets19th and 20th centuriesCemeteries: Inscriptions & Burial RecordsWayne Frankel (wfrankel@roadrunner.com)
Wayne Frankel has photos of 67 Hebrew gravestones and 48 Russian gravestones.
Tuchin (Town)Yizkor Books, TuchinYizkor Book Translations
2 books
(1 translated) Tutchin-Krippe, Wolyn; in memory of the Jewish community (Sefer zikaron le-kehilat Tuczyn-Kripe), Translation is at:  http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Tuchin/tuchin.html
and, The Jews of Tuchin and Kripa in front of their murderers (Yehude Tuczyn ve-Kripa mul rotsehehem; "esrim ve-arba" "eduyot). Not yet translated.
.
Tuchin (Town)Directories, Business, 1923, Tuchin1923Directories: BusinessJG
This Polish Business Directory is on the KehilaLinks site
Turets (Town)Revision List 1816-1825, Turets1816-1825Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816-1825
Tyutyunnitsa (Town)Revision List 1816, Tyutyunnitsa1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Uman (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Uman Town 1866-19191866-1919FHL Catalog EntryFHL
6 microfilms of Uman Town Jewish birth records, 1866-1919, from LDS FHL Catalog Card.
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 2349, 2375, 2379, 2402, 2408, 2428, 2433, 2443, 2448, 2457, 2469, 2480, 2530, 2539, 2578, 2603, 2620, 2631, 2643, 2661, 2680, 2709, 2728, 2748, 2797, 2798.
Microfilm Nos. 2287630, 2289322, 2289399, 2289400-2289402
Microfilm No. 2289322, Parts 2 & 3 have been digitized. Part 2 lists 108 female births and 175 male births for the year 1866. Part 3 lists 164 female births and 274 male births for the year 1866. Translation is pending.
Uman (Town)Voters List, FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Uman Town and District, 18??18??Name Lists, VotersFHL
1 microfilm.
Public records (alphabetical list of Jewish voters) for Uman district, Kiev, Russia; later Uman, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian.
Fond 714, Opis 1, Delo 4.
Microfilm No. 2199426, Item 1.
Uman (Town)Cemeteries: Photos, UmanCemeteries: Photographs of GravestonesJOWBR
2 cemeteries
Uman (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births in Uman1884-1898, 1914-1919Vital Records: BirthsFHL
Jewish Records of births from the Jewish community of Uman. The records are from FHL microfilms number 2289399 (Items 1-7) and 2289402 (Items 1-4).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2289399

 item 1 – 1884 births
 item 2- 1885 births
 item 3- 1886 births
 item 4-1887 births
 item 5- 1888 births
 item 6-1890 births
 item 7-1898 births


Microfilm 2289402

 Item 1 – Fond 931, оpus 1, delo. 2728 (continued) Births  1914
Item 2- Fond 931, оpus 1, delo. 2748 Births  1915
Item 3- Fond 931, оpus 1, delo. 2797 Births  1919
Item 4 - Fond 931, оpus 1, delo. 2798 Births  1915



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records of births from the Jewish community in Uman", Uman", Kiev, Russia; later known as Uman", Uman", Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Uman (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Uman Town 1919-19241919-1924FHL Catalog EntryFHL
7 microfilms of Civil Registration of Uman District birth and marriage records, 1919-1924, from LDS FHL Catalog Card. NOTE: These records may or may not include Jewish records. The records are in Russian and Ukrainian, no Hebrew. They include the towns of Uman, Zhaskiv, Mankivka, and Khrystynivka.
Fond 5899, Opis 1, Dela 77, 391, 521, 559, 565, 658, 695-696, 699.
Microfilm Nos. 2331081, 2344613, 2344778, 2350935, 2350936, 2351004, 2359391.
Ushnya (Town)Revision List 1816, Ushnya1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Valyava (Town)Revision List 1850, Valyava1850  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1850  
Novozybkov (District)Revision Lists, Novozybkov District 1835 and 1850, FHL Catalog Entry1858Census: Revision ListsFHL
FHL Catalog entry for 1858 Novozybkov district revision lists. Fond 132, Opis 2, Delo 113 and 351; Microfilm nos. 2396583, Item 5 and 2446204, Item 3
Vasilkov (Town)Revision Lists, Vasilkov village 1874, FHL Catalog entry1874Census: Revision ListsFHL
Velichkovka (Town)Revision List 1816, Velichkovka1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816  
Vishnevets (Town)Photograph cemeteries VishnevetsCemeteries: Photographs of GravestonesJG
2 cemeteries
Vishnevets (Town)Yizkor Books, VishnevetsYizkor Book Translations
1 book Wisniowiec; memorial book of the martyrs of Wisniowiec who perished in the Nazi holocaust
Translation by Kremeents Group in progress.. Translation: Hebrew done  Name and Town Index: partially done
Vishnevets (Town)Feepayer Lists, Vishnevets, 19351935Name Lists, Tax/Fee PayersJG
The 1935 Vishnevets Feepayer Lists has 616 entries. It is on the Kremenets KehilaLinks site
Vishnevets (Town)Photo Archive, VishnevetsPhotos, GeneralJG
 catalog entries acquired
Vishnevets (Town)Revision List, VishnevetsCensus: Revision ListsFHL
 included in Kremenets District
Vishnevets (Town)Memoirs, VishnevetsMemoirsJG
Memoirs  Louis Parnes" memoir, Vanishing Generations is on Vishnevets KehilaLinks website and on Kremenets KehilaLinks site.
Vishnevets (Town)Vernadskiy National Library of Ukraine Document Collections, VishnevetsName Lists, Residents Vernadskiy National Library of Ukraine
Documents held by the Vernadskiy National Library of Ukraine
Vladimir (Town)Yizkor Books, VladimirYizkor Book Translations
Partial translation on JewishGen Pinkas Ludmir; sefer zikaron le-kehilat Ludmir, Tel Aviv, 1962.
Vladimirets (Town)Yizkor Books, VladimiretsYizkor Book Translations
Done, part on Yizkor Book project, part on website Sefer Vladimerets: galed le-zekher irenu (Tel Aviv, 1963).
Volochisk (Town)Memoirs, VolochiskMemoirsKehilaLinks
Several memoirs on KehilaLinks website (Links To Volochisk section)
Voloskovtsy (Town)Revision List 1816, Voloskovtsy1816  Census: Revision ListsFHL
1816   Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Volovitsa (Town)Names List 1816, Volovitsa1816  Name Lists, OtherJG
Volynka (Town)Names List 1811-1818, Volynka1811-1818Name Lists, OtherJG
Vorobiyevka (Town)Names List 1834, Vorobiyevka1834  Name Lists, OtherJG
Voronovka (Town)Revision List 1858, Voronovka1858  Census: Revision ListsFHL
FHL Catalog entry.Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry
Oster (District)Family Records, FHL Catalog Entry, Oster district 1882-19101882-1910Census: Family ListsFHL
5 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Oster district
Family lists (tax poll census) for the Jewish community in Oster district, Chernigov, Russia; later Kozelets, Chernihiv, Ukraine. These lists were created to record information on the representatives of the taxable social classes. Text in Russian.
Fond 127, Opis 5, Delo 1567
Fond 127, Opis 14, Dela 3312, 3535, 4116, 4328. 
Microfilm Nos. 1222346-1222347, 1409780, 1409782, 1696868
Oster (District)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Oster Town and District 1867-19201867-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm reels at FHL
"Registers of Jewish births and marriages for the Oster uezd (district), Chernigov, Russia; later split amongst Kozelets, Chernihiv, Ukraine; Brovary, Kiev, Ukraine; and Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 679, Opis 10, Dela 3591-3595.
Microfilm Nos. 2392160
Ostrog (District)Revision Lists, Ostrog District, 1814-1834, FHL Catalog Entry1814-1834Census: Revision ListsFHL
Click here to access the FHL Catalog Entry. There are 4 revision list microfilms: 2376396 (Item 1), 2375507 (Item 3), 2375709 (Items 1 and 2), and 2375710 (Items 1-3). We have not yet determined which microfilms, if any, have records for Jewish households, and where the Jewish records are on the microfilm reels.
Ostrog (District)Revision Lists, Ostrog District 1795, Translations1795 Census: Revision ListsKehilaLinks
This dataset is a translation of the 1795 Census of Jews in the District of Ostrog. The census books are in Ostrog, Ukraine at the local regional museum, the State Historical and Cultural Trust. Its official title is “OSTROG Head Tax Record for 1795”. It is found in book 4437. The census has a total of 2,951 names.

The census was conducted by the Russian government only two years after Ostroh was transferred from Poland to Russia; therefore it is not surprising that the left side of each page is in Russian, while the right side presents essentially the same data in Polish. Since each listing was provided in two languages, it was possible to translate all of the pages that were photographed. However, at least 3 pages of listings are missing in both languages, all of which belong to the “Ostrog/Old Town” section (located between photos #570 and #572, #631 and 633, and #736 and 737).

 With three exceptions, no surnames are listed in the census. Moreover, although Jews frequently had more than one given name, Jewish entries are typically limited to a single given name along with the patronymic (the father’s given name). The head of each household is listed first, followed by family members. Ages and occupations are included, together with useful notes for a fair number of entries.

Still, it is difficult to identify an ancestor without the help of a surname. A useful aid in identification would ordinarily be to combine the information provided in the 1795 census with information gathered from subsequent censuses, by which time surnames were routinely used in official records. The Kremenets District Research Group has translated an 1816 Census for the Kremenets District that contains 2,526 records for Ostrog. A searchable index to these records is available on the Kremenets KehilaLinks website. In addition, the Ostrog museum has the 1850 and 1858 census records. Both of these collections will be helpful in tracing ancestors into the 1795 Census.

The translator worked from digital photographs of the original pages. These photographs were generously donated by Allan Dolgow who arranged for them to be taken at the Ostrog State Historical and Cultural Trust. Dr. Mel Werbach initiated the Ukraine SIG Fundraising Project and served as Translation Project Leader. In addition, your generous financial contributors made it possible for us to engage a professional translator who could work with three languages, Russian, Polish, and English.

The translation spreadsheet has been posted in the JewishGen Ukraine Database. Be sure to read the document that describes the Census. The document and the spreadsheet are available on the Ostrog KehilaLinks website. Scroll to the bottom of the Census webpage for a link to the spreadsheet. Or, you can download the spreadsheet by clicking on this link.
Vyazovok (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Vyazovok Town 1855-19171855-1917FHL Catalog EntryFHL
4 microfilm reels
Records of births and deaths from the Jewish community in Vyazovok, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3093, 3573, 3602, 3755.
Microfilm Nos. 2289404, 2289407, 2289161, 2289164
Vyazovok (Town)Names List 1816-1850, Vyazovok1816-1850Name Lists, OtherJG
Vyshgorodok (Town)Yizkor Books, VyshgorodokYizkor Book Translations
Kremenits, Vishgorodek un Pitshayev; yisker-bukh . Translation: partially done  Name and Town Index: partially done
Vyshgorodok (Town)Historical Article, Vyshgorodok1300s-PresentArticle, HistoricalKehilaLinks
Brief article by Sharon Zane about the history of Vyshgorodok. Includes references.
Yaklichi (Town)Names List 1816, Yaklichi1816  Name Lists, OtherJG
Yalta (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Yalta Town 1854-19171854-1917FHL Catalog EntryFHL
12 microfilm reels at FHL
"Jewish records of births, marriages, deaths and divorces for Yalta (Yalta), Tavrida, Russia, in Russian and Hebrew.
Record group 142, series 1, files 60, 63, 143, 281, 328, 873-874
Record group 142, series 2, file 7
Unnumbered record group, series 4 (Yalta), file 63
Microfilm Nos. 2008469, 2009090-2009092, 2009917-2009918, 2010557, 2011245, 2038199, 2038201, 2044121, 2063567
Yampol (Town)Yizkor Books, YampolYizkor Book Translations
exists Town in flames; book of Yampola, district Wolyn. (Ayara be-lehavot; pinkas Yampola, pelekh Volyn), Jerusalem, 1963. Translation is at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/yampol/yampol.html. Translation: partially complete  Name and Town Index: partially complete
Yampol (Town)Collected Records, Revision Lists, Kremenets district, Yampol1858Census: Revision ListsUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
6 census records collected and translated by a Ukraine researcher for 
Paul Silverstone
 from State Archives of Zhitomir Oblast, Fond 118, Opis 14, Delo 144. These records are for the Rojzen family.
Yampol (Town)Revision List, YampolCensus: Revision ListsKehilaLinks
Revision List (Census) records for Yampol, Volhynia are included in the Kremenets District records. They were obtained from FHL microfilms that the Kremenets District Research Group digitized. Do a town name search in the 
Kremenets Concordance of Personal Names and Town Names
Yekaterinoslav (Town)Yizkor Books, YekaterinoslavYizkor Book Translations
Sefer Yekaterinoslav-Dnepropetrovsk (Jerusalem-Tel Aviv, 1973) .
Yenikale (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Yenikale Town 1857-18861857-1886FHL Catalog EntryFHL
11 microfilm reels at FHL
"Jewish records (births, marriages, divorces, deaths) for Kerch (Kerch), Tavrida, Russia. Beginning in 1880, includes Yenikale; later Hlazivka, in Russian and Hebrew."
Record group 142, series 1, files 15-23, 67, 97, 129, 166, 196
Record group 264, series 1, files 1-18
Microfilm Nos. 2008420-2008421, 2008469, 2008474, 2009080, 2009094, 2009915, 2009923, 2010571, 2041505-2041506
Yevpatoria (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Yevpatoria Town 1863-19171863-1917FHL Catalog EntryFHL
14 microfilm reels at FHL
"Jewish records (births, marriages, divorces, deaths) for Yevpatoriya. Text in Russian and Hebrew."
Record group 142, series 1, files 3-4, 62, 78, 198, 312, 393, 443, 492, 548, 681
Record group 262, series 1, files 1-12 Unnumbered record group, series 1, files 46, 48
Microfilm Nos. 2008469, 2009076, 2009091, 2010571, 2011242, 2011261, 2011480, 2011491, 2011502-2011503, 2011725, 2041505, 2044121, 2044204.
Yuzovka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Yuzovka Town 1800-19251800-1925FHL Catalog EntryFHL
4 microfilm reels
Archival register for the Orthodox church records and Jewish records (births, marriages, divorces, deaths) for the Donetsk oblast (region), Ukraine. Text in Russian.
Opis: UKRN DON 1 
Microfilm nos. 2347061, 2349681-2349682, 2352277
Yuzovka (Town)Kahal Records, Yuzovka, 1800-19251800-1925Community Records: KahalFHL
1800-1925  for Donetsk Oblast
Zaslav (Town)Vsia Rossiya 1895, 1899, 1903, Zaslav1895, 1899, 1903Directories: BusinessUkraine SIG Website, Downloadable Files
This extract from Vsia Rossiya (Russian Business Directory) currently is on Ukraine SIG"s website. It is being transferred to the 
Zaslav (Izyaslav) KehilaLinks website

It contains 241 entries for Zaslav.
Zaslav (Town)Vital Records Translations, Zaslav (Town), Deaths1855-1860Vital Records: DeathsUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
Translation of 1,136 death records for the town of Zaslav. These death records are for years 1855-1860. Contact 
Barry Sieger
for information about this dataset.
Zdolbunov (Town)Community records, Holocaust & pre-Holocaust, USHMM, Zdolbunov1815-1944Community Records: KahalUSHMM
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has 8 microfilm reels with data for Rovno/Rivno district towns, including: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Rovno, Sarny, Stepan, Zdolbunov.

The microfilms contain captured records of the German occupation administration, records of the local Ukrainian administration under Nazi occupation, records of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization (OUN), and prewar records of Jewish communities of the region. Includes correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, regulations, orders, name lists of property owners, list of Jews in Town Zdolbunov including list of doctors, census of the Jewish population in Berezna, Ukraine, the Ukrainian newspaper: "Volyn," 1941-1943, statistical information, and the following Jewish communities" records: Berezno, Derazhnya, Klevan, Korets, Kostopol, Luydvipol, Osov, Sarny Talmud-Torah (Elementary School, Stepan.

Arrangement: Organized in the following order: Fond 30: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN); Fond 33: Rovno City Administration, Fond 22: Rovno Gebietskomissariat, 1941-1944; Fond 37: Zdolbunov City Administration; Fond 23: Gebitcomissariat in Kostopol; Fond 29: Gebietcomissariat in Klevan; Fond 52: Rovno District Administration, 1941-1944, Ukrainian Newspaper " Volyn", 1941-1943, and pre-war collection, 1815-1939: Jewish Communities; Arrangement is thematic.

Notes: In Russian and Ukrainian. Inventory in English.
Zelenopole (Town)Revision Lists, Zelenopole, Aleksandrovsk District 1850, Image Files1850Census: Revision ListsKehilaLinks
This web page for the Agricultural Colony of Zelenopole includes links to a collection of images from the 1850 revision list for 105 family groups in the town of Zelenopole. The images are in a pdf file. The revision list has not yet been translated.
Zelenopole (Town)Revision Lists, Zelenopole, Aleksandrovsk District 1858, Translations1858Census: Revision ListsKehilaLinks
This dataset is a partial translation of Jewish records in the 1858 revision list for town of Zelenopole. The translation was done by Michoel Ronn and is posted on the Agricultural Colonies of Ukraine KehilaLinks website. 
Images of the original documents 
also are on the Agricultural Colonies web page for Zelenopole. 

The translated data will be recorded in an Excel template for uploading to the JewishGen Ukraine Database and posting in the Ukraine SIG Master Name Index.
Zelenopole (Town)Revision Lists, Zelenopole, Aleksandrovsk District 1858, Image Files1858Census: Revision ListsKehilaLinks
This web page for the Agricultural Colony of Zelenopole includes links to a collection of images from the 1858 revision list for 46 family groups in the town of Zelenopole. The images are in a pdf file. The revision list has not yet been translated.
Zenkov (Town)Revision List, FHL Catalog entry, Zenkov District, Zenkov town 17821782Census: Revision ListsFHL
2 microfilm reels at FHL
Revision lists (census lists used to levy a poll tax) for Zenkov district, Poltava, Russia; later Zinkiv, Poltava, Ukraine. Some items are preceded by indexes. Text in Russian.
Fond 679, Opis 5, Dela 21-23, 26-27.
Microfilm Nos. 2439741, parts 6-8 and 2439742, parts 2-3
Zhashkov (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Zhashkov Town 1919-19241919-1924FHL Catalog EntryFHL
7 microfilms, from LDS FHL Catalog Card
Civil Registration of Uman District birth and marriage records, 1919-1924, . NOTE: These records may or may not include Jewish records. The records are in Russian and Ukrainian, no Hebrew. They include the towns of Uman, Zhaskiv, Mankivka, and Khrystynivka.
Fond 5899, Opis 1, Dela 77, 391, 521, 559, 565, 658, 695-696, 699.
Microfilm Nos. 2331081, 2344613, 2344778, 2350935, 2350936, 2351004, 2359391.
Zhitomir (Town)Collected Records, Revision Lists, Zhitomir, Zhitomir District 1850 & 18581850, 1858Census: Revision ListsKehilaLinks
Two Census records, one from 1850 and one from 1858 Novograd-Volynsk revision lists. These Collected Records  are for the Annapolsky and Vugman Families, courtesy of Naomi Moderick.
Zhitomir (Town)CAHJP Documents, ZhitomirCommunity Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Some entries in the 
Kremenets Catalog of CAHJP documents
 have been acquired. Some translations have been completed. Contact Janet Silverman (ukrainesig.coordinator@janette-silverman.org) or Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com)
Zhitomir (Town)Collected Records, Vital Records, Zhitomir1879-1900Vital Records: DeathsKehilaLinks
8 death records for the Annapolsky and Vugman Families, courtesy of Naomi Moderick.
Zhitomir (Town)Collected Records, Vital Records, Zhitomir1877-1911Vital Records: BirthsKehilaLinks
15 birth records for the Annapolsky and Vugman Families, courtesy of Naomi Moderick.
Zhitomir (Town)Collected Records, Vital Records, Zhitomir1873-1899 Vital Records: MarriagesKehilaLinks
5 marriage records for the Annapolsky and Vugman Families, courtesy of Naomi Moderick.
Zhuklya (Town)Names List 1816, Zhuklya1816  Name Lists, OtherJG
Zinkov (Town)Yizkor Books, ZinkovYizkor Book Translations
Two Yizkor Books, not yet translated Pinkas Zinkov: Gedenkbukh (Tel Aviv, New York, 1966)
Don"t forget, (Ne Zabit), New York, 1991
.
Zlatopol (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Zlatopol Town 1858-18621858-1862FHL Catalog EntryFHL
2 microfilms
Zlatopol Town Jewish birth, marriage, and death records, 1858-1862, from LDS FHL Catalog Card.
Fond 650, Opis 1, Dela 4-5, 8, 11-14.
Microfilm Nos. 2289317-2289318.
Zmagalovka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Zmagalovka Town 1837-19201837-1920FHL Catalog EntryFHL
23 microfilms, FHL Catalog entry for Cherkassy
Records of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths from the Jewish community in Cherkassy, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia; Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 387; Opis 1; Dela 1-39
Fond 650; Opis 1; Delo 6
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 3069a, 3072a, 3074a, 3078a, 3081a, 3089a, 3169a, 3370, 3396-3397, 3519-3520, 3540, 3574, 3576, 3601, 3626a, 3649-3652, 3678-3679, 3683, 3708, 3754-3755, 3776, 3791-3792, 3831-3833, 3860-3861, 3886, 3888, 3907, 3937, 3985, 4019, 4053, 4237, 4270-4271, 4279, 4329, 4368, 4395a-4395b. 
Microfilm Nos. 2154894, 2289160-2289167, 2289317, 2289402-2289407, 2289442-2289443, 2291238-2291241, 2292949
Zolotonosha (Town)Names List 1811-1880 1835-1858, Zolotonosha1811-1880 1835-1858Name Lists, OtherJG
Zolotonosha (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces in Zolotonosha1868-1893Vital Records: Mixed (B, M, D, D)FHL
Jewish Records of births, marriages, divorces and deaths from the Jewish community of Zolotnosha. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2289320 (Items 4-5).  The text is in Russian and Hebrew.

Microfilm 2289320

Item 4 - Fond 932, Opis 1, Delo 960 Births 1868-1972
Item 5 - Fond 932, Opis 1, Delo 975 marriages 1874-1875?, 1892-1893



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Records of births, marriages, and deaths from Jewish communities in the city and uyezd of Zolotonosha, Poltava, Russia. Zolotonosha is now the seat of a raion in the Cherkasy Oblast of Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Zolotonosha (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Zolotonosha Town 1868-19171868-1917FHL Catalog EntryFHL
4 microfilms from LDS FHL Catalog Card
Records of births, marriages, and deaths from Jewish communities in the city and uyezd of Zolotonosha, Poltava, Russia. Zolotonosha is now the seat of a raion in the Cherkasy Oblast of Ukraine. Text in Russian and Hebrew.
Fond 931; Opis 1; Dela 960, 975, 977, 981, 1036, 1082, 1112, 1136, 1214, 3683.
Microfilm Nos. 2289320-2289322, 2289163.
Zvenigorodka (Town)Vital Records-FHL Catalog Entry, Jewish, Zvenigorodka Town 1889, 19041889, 1904FHL Catalog EntryFHL
1 microfilm from LDS FHL Catalog.
Vital records (births, marriages, deaths) for the Jewish congregation of Zvenigorodka (Zvenigorodka), Kiev, Russia; later Zvenyhorodka, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian.
Record group 931, series 1, files 394
Microfilm No. 2083433 Item 5
Zvenigorodka (Town)Vital Records Images-Jewish Births in Zvenigorodka1889, 1904Vital Records: BirthsFHL
Jewish Records of births from the Jewish community of Zvenigorodka. The records are from FHL microfilm number 2083433(Item 5).  The text is in Russian.

Microfilm 2083433

 item 5- 1889, 1904 births



The FHL catalog entry for the microfilms is:
Vital records (births) for the Jewish congregation of Zvenigorodka (Zvenigorodka), Kiev, Russia; later Zvenyhorodka, Cherkasy, Ukraine. Text in Russian. 
Translation is pending. Ukraine SIG"s Coordinator has the image files.
Zvenigorodka (Town)Names List 1816-1909, Zvenigorodka1816-1909Name Lists, OtherJG
Zvenigorodka (Town)Supplemental Lists 18--?, Zvenigorodka18--?Supplemental ListsFHL

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