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Collection: CAHJP Documents

Collection Name:CAHJP Documents
Geographic Area:General Ukraine
Type:Community Records: Kahal
Time frame:Pre-Holocaust
Description: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.
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Geographic AreaCollection NameTime frameTypeLocationView
GeneralCAHJP Archival AcquisitionsPre-HolocaustGeneral CollectionsUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
Revision Lists, metrical records, and other documents from Ukraine archives, purchased from the Central Archives of the History of the Jewish People in Jerusalem.
Aleksinets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Staryy Aleksinets1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Aleksinets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1840-1841, Conscripted Jews, KDRG 1461840-1841Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Documentation related to the criminal charges laid against the Vyshgorodok military recruitment officials for breaking selection procedures regulations for recruiting Jews for the military service. List of Jewish military recruits from Vishnevets, Oleksinets, Pochayev, Vyshgorodok and other localities.

Paragraph format. 27 page excerpt (pp. 1-12d, 17-18b, 20a-28d, 30, 40-42, 44-49) in Russian with signatures in Hebrew from a 184 page document. Pages 1-12d have not yet been translated. Remainder is partially translated. Handwritten. It has 68 different personal names.

Central Archives Catalog no. HM 2/8978.2; KDRG Doc 146. Partial Translation by Alex Kopelberg and Susan Sobel. A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. 

Document created by Kremenets Municipality. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 37 Opis 3 Delo 63.

Contact Ron Doctor
for information about this collection.
Aleksinets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1936 Feepayer List, Aleksinets1936Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
This document is a translation of a 1936 Vishnevets Feepayers list, KDRG Doc 174, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9248-20.
Title is, “Addendum to 1931 Regulation concerning the Organization of the Jewish Communities.”  Documentation related to Wisniowiec Jewish Community budget approval. It includes a budget and list of the Community members who have paid membership fees for year 1936. NOTE: The list includes people from the towns of Bialozorka, Staryy Oleksinets, Novyy Oleksinets, Vyshgorodok, Kolodno, Lanovtsy, and others). Information includes the Feepayer’s name, address, employment, and amount of fees. Typed. 
The translation is available through the Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
Aleksinets (Town)Vital Records Translations, Aleksinets Births, 1878-19131878-1913Vital 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.

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.
Ananyev (Town)CAHJP Documents, Ananyevabt 1911Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Partially translated document about activity in a political party and relations between Jews and peasants. Includes 12 names. Andrea Massion has a copy of the original.
Belozirka (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1933-1935, League to Assist Palestine Workers, Belozerka, KDRG 1311933-1935Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Names of management committee and members of the League for the Assistance of those working in Palestine, Belozerka Branch, 1933-1935. Includes addresses, birth years, birth towns, and names of parents of management committee members.

12 page extract in Polish. Central Archives Catalog No. HM 2-9246.9. Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) Document No. 131. Translated by Alex Sharon. A "Names Index” has been added to the translation. The document has 52 different personal names. It includes the following pages: pp 4, 8, 10, 12a, 12b, 13, 17-18, 20-23.

Document created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office Security Department. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 1 Delo 10.

Contact Ron Doctor
for information about this collection.
Belozirka (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Belozirka1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Janette Silverman for more information.
Belozirka (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1928 Orphans List, Kremenets, KDRG 1241928Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Society for the Care of the Jewish Orphans and the Abandoned Children in Volhynia. Budget of the Society for the livelihood of orphans in Kremenets district for school year 1929-1930. List of children under the Society’s care inVishnevets, Pochayev, Belozerka, Vyshgorodok, and Kremenets. Typewritten. 18 pages in Polish. Central Archives Catalog No. HM2-8986.1. Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) Document No. 124.

Translated by Alex Sharon. Data entry and Name Transcription by Ellen Garshick. 
A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. It has 238 different personal names. The translation from Polish to English is available on the 
Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
It is an 18 page document.

Document created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office Security Department. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 3 Delo 68.

Contact Ron Doctor
for information about this collection.
Belozirka (Town)Vital Records Translations, Belozirka Births, 19051905Vital 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 (from LDS microfilms):
  1870-1886,1888-1906
Belozerka (42 records from Central Archives):
  1905 births
Katerinovka (from Central Archives)
  1885, 1887-1895, 1900-1904, 1907-1911, 1913-1916, 1920, 1922-1931, 1937-1938
Oleksinets (450 records from Central Archives)
  1878-1883, 1892, 1896-1898, 1900-1901, 1903-1904, 1906, 1910, 1913 
Velikiye Berezhtsy (from Central Archives)
  1878-1887, 1889-1895, 1900-1901, 1904-1905, 1907-1908, 1912-1913
Vyshgorodok (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.

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.
Belozirka (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1936 Feepayer List, Belozirka1936Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
This document is a translation of a 1936 Vishnevets Feepayers list, KDRG Doc 174, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9248-20.
Title is, “Addendum to 1931 Regulation concerning the Organization of the Jewish Communities.”  Documentation related to Wisniowiec Jewish Community budget approval. It includes a budget and list of the Community members who have paid membership fees for year 1936. NOTE: The list includes people from the towns of Bialozorka, Staryy Oleksinets, Novyy Oleksinets, Vyshgorodok, Kolodno, Lanovtsy, and others). Information includes the Feepayer’s name, address, employment, and amount of fees. Typed. 
The translation is available through the Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
Berezhtsy (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Berezhtsy1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Berezhtsy (Town)Vital Records Translations, Berezhtsy Births, 1878-19131878-1913Vital 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.

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.
Berezno (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Berezno1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Volhynia (Province)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Volhnyia, Province Volhynia1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Janette Silverman for more information.
Dubno (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Dubno1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Kherson (District)CAHJP Documents, HM2/9025.6, 1843-1849, List of Jewish Settlers1843-1849Name Lists, OtherCAHJP
List of Jewish settlers in Romanovka, Novi-Bereslav, Novo-Poltavka. Items from the journey into the Jewish settlement of Kherson region by the Inspection Commission of the region.
CAHJP catalog number HM2/9025.6, the documents are handwritten in Russian.  The title is "The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor."  The original archives is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 1, Opis 2, Delo 89
 
Contact 
Sylvia Walowitz
for information about this collection.
Kherson (District)CAHJP Documents HM2/9025.1, Correspondence re Jewish settlements, Kherson District1841-1842Community Records: KahalCAHJP
Correspondence with the Ministry of Governmental Properties and the Kherson regional administration regarding the opening of specific establishments in the Jewish settlements in Lvovo, Novyy Bereslav, Novo-Poltavka and Malaya (small) Seydeminukha.  
The CAHJP catalog number is HM2/9025.1 .  The documents are in Russian.  The title is "The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor."  The original archive is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 1, Opis 2, Delo 79
Contact 
Sylvia Walowitz
for information about this collection.
Kherson (District)CAHJP Documents, HM2/9024.44, 1842-1843, Correspondence regarding permits for selected people to collect donations to erect synagogues, Lvovo1842-1843Community Records: KahalCAHJP
Correspondence with the Ministry of Governmental Properties regarding permits for selected people of newly established settlements in Lvovo, Novyy Bereslav, Nova-Poltavka, Romanovka and Malaya Seideminucha to depart to Kurlyandsky, Vitebsky and Mogilevsky regions in order to collect donations for the erection of synagogues and houses of prayer.
The CAJHP catalog nunber is HM2/9024.44 .  The documents are handwritten in Russian.  The title is "The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor."  The original archive is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 1, Opis 2, Delo 71 

Contact 
Sylvia Walowitz
for information about this collection.
Kherson (District)CAHJP Documents, HM2/9025.13, 1881-1904, Correspondence regarding Jewish Immigration to Argentina1881-1904Community Records: KahalCAHJP
Regarding the application of Baron Hirsch for Russian Jewish immigration to Argentina, which was transferred to the Russian government by authorization of Baron Arnold White, who visited Russia and described the situation of the Russian Jews. In the process, 
- the account of the Jewish colonies in Dobraya and Novaya Poltavka, 
- verification of the establishment of educational agricultural farm and professional institution in Odessa, correspondence of activities in Russia with England Jewish colonial organization, about opening local immigrant committees, about immigration, relocation, etc.
CAHJP catalog number is HM2/9025.13.  The documents are handwritten in German, French, Russian, Yiddish and Hebrew.  The title is "Industrial Department, Police (1881-1904) "Jewish matters" Description of the Colony, 1891-1902"  The original archive is GARF, Moscow, Fond 102, Opis 76-a, Delo 1033

Contact 
Sylvia Walowitz
for information about this collection.
Kalinovka (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1905 State Rabbi Elector List, Kalinovka1905Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
CAHJP Catalog No. HM2/9214.2.
In Dec 2008, the CAHJP Catalog listed 27 items under Kalinovka. Some of those catalog entries have been acquired by Rose Feldman, and two of the acquired documents have been translated. The translation from Russian to English of Election of Government Rabbi (list of electors) is available on the Kalinovka KehilaLinks website. The translation has 16 names.
Katerburg (Town)Vital Records Translations, Katerburg Births, 1885-19381885-1938Vital 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.

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.
Katerburg (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Katerburg1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Janette Silverman for more information.
Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Kremenets1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has been partially translated, but names have not yet been extracted from it. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1934-1936, Documents and lists of students, parents and teachers for the Kremenets “Tarbut” school, KDRG 099 1934-1936Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Activity report and statutes of 7-grade private Hebrew elementary school “Tarbut” in Kremenets. Includes a list of parent-contributors and lists of
students and teachers. 15 page tabular excerpt in Polish. Handwritten.
CAHJP Catalog No. HM 2-8982.14; KDRG Doc No. 099.

We have pages 13A-D, 14A-C, 20A-D, 23A-B, 24A-D, 26A-B, 36A-B, 37A-C, 38. Translated by Alex Sharon. Data entry and transliteration by Ellen Garshick. A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. Entered in the Concordance. 

CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 251 Opis 1 Delo 334.

Contact 
Ron Doctor
for information about this collection.
Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1936-1937, Documents and lists of students, parents and teachers for the Kremenets “Tarbut” school, KDRG 1001936-1937Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Report, statistics, correspondence and other material  related to Tarbut school activity during 1936-1937 school year.  Lists of students and teachers. 6 pages in Polish with 195 different personal names. Handwritten. CAHJP Catalog No. HM 2-8982.15; KDRG Doc No. 100.

We have pages 15, 15A, 16, 16A, 21, 21A. Translated by Anna Brune. Data entry and
transliteration by Ellen Garshick. A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. Entered in the Concordance. 

CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 251 Opis 1 Delo 340.

Contact 
Ron Doctor
for information about this collection.
Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1835 Kremenets Fire Victims, KDRG 1521835Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
List of residents of the town of Kremenets who suffered losses as result of a fire on April 13, 1835. The document mentions the amount to be loaned to the victims during the next 10 years from the treasury.

This document actually deals with a fire in Kremenets.
In 2008, the CAHJP Catalog listed 81 items under Litin. Some of those catalog entries have been acquired by Rose Feldman, and some of the acquired documents have been translated, at least partially. The translation from Russian to English of "List of residents of the town of Kremenets who suffered losses as result of fire on April 13, 1835" is available on the Litin KehilaLinks website (http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/litin/) and in the Kremenets Concordance. The website says the document lists 52 names, but only 12 are in the table and another 8 are signatures below the table.

1 page in Russian. Handwritten. Central Archives (CAHJP)Catalog No. HM 2-78967.3, Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) Document No. 152. Translated by Alex Kopelberg for Rose Feldman of the Litin Group. Supplemental translation by Judith Springer for KDRG. A “Names Index” has been added at the end of the translation. It has 17 different personal names. The extract that we have consists of one page. It is a list of names of 5 signatories, plus 12 heads of household, the number of men and women in the household, a description of the property lost in the fire and its value, and the amount paid in compensation.
Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1934 activity report of 7 grade Tarbut school. Students and parents list, KDRG 0911934Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Statistical report related to the students and teachers, including students and parents list. Proposed school budget and activity report of 7 grade private co-educational Hebrew elementary and high school, “Tarbut” with Hebrew as the instruction language, in Kremenets. 6 pages. CAHJP Catalog No. HM 2-8982.13; KDRG Doc No. 091. Polish.

We have pp 5, 6a-d, 7. They have been translated, edited and entered in the Concordance.

CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 251 Opis 1 Delo 332

Contact 
Ron Doctor
for information about this collection.
Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1933-1935, League to Assist Palestine Workers, Belozerka, KDRG 1311933-1935Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Names of management committee and members of the League for the Assistance of those working in Palestine, Belozerka Branch, 1933-1935. Includes addresses, birth years, birth towns, and names of parents of management committee members.

12 page extract in Polish. Central Archives Catalog No. HM 2-9246.9. Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) Document No. 131. Translated by Alex Sharon. A "Names Index” has been added to the translation. The document has 52 different personal names. It includes the following pages: pp 4, 8, 10, 12a, 12b, 13, 17-18, 20-23.

Document created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office Security Department. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 1 Delo 10.

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Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1927-1934 Kremenets Jewish Woman's Association, KDRG 0821927-1934Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Reports, correspondence and other materials related to the registration, activity and the liquidation of the Kremenets branch of the “Jewish Women"s Association”. List of the Association members and statutes. 41 personal names. CAHJP Catalog No. HM 2-9247.5 KDRG Doc No. 082. Polish.

We have pp 1-2, 15, 21-22, 23a-b, 24a-b, 25. Page 3 was ordered but not received. These pages were translated by Alex Sharon. They have been edited and entered in the Concordance.

The document was created by the Kremenets District Governor’s Office Security Department. CAHJP obtained it from Ternopil State Archives (GATO) Fond 2 Opis 2 Delo 596.

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Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1934-1936 documents re the 'Organization of The Zionists-Revisionists“ (Beit haZohar) in Kremenets and Lanovtsy, KDRG 094 1934-1936Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Reports, correspondence and other material related to  the activities of “Organization of The Zionists-Revisionists “Beit haZohar” in Kremenets and Lanovtsy. List of the management committees members. One-half page typed and 3-1/2 pages handwritten. CAHJP Catalog No. HM 2-9248.13; KDRG Doc No. 094. Polish.

We have pp: 11, 20, 27a-b. They have been translated, edited and entered in the Concordance.

Created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 1 Delo 187.

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Kremenets (Town)Vital Records-Images, CAHJP Documents, Kremenets (Town) Births 1900-19291900-1929Vital Records: BirthsUkraine SIG researcher listed in Description
Kremenets vital records images: births: 1900-1903, 1905, 1910 have been acquired from CAHJP. The 1900-1905 birth records have been translated but not yet processed. The 1910-1914, 1917-1919 (powiat), 1922, 1929 birth records have been acquired but not yet translated. Contact 
Ron Doctor for more information.
Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1837-1841 Illegal Fundraising Trial, Kremenets and Vishnevets, KDRG 0311837-1841Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Requests, reports, correspondence and other information on illegal fundraising by residents of Kremenets and its borough Vishnevets for the Jewish poor and orphans of Jerusalem.  Includes list of donors. HM 2-8977.5. KDRG Doc No. 031. Typed and handwritten. Russian and Hebrew.

This is a 284 page document. We have all except pages: 21, 24, 35, 46, 49, 56, 61, 68-73, 78-95, 109-116, 119-129, 133, 136-160, 162, 170, 182-284. About 114 pages have been translated so far.

The document was created by the Kremenets Town Magistrate. CAHJP obtained it from the Ternopil State Archives, Fond 37, opis 3, file 54.

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Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1938, registration of the Kremenets branch of the “Committee assisting German Jewish Refugees” , KDRG 1101938Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Reports and correspondence related to the registration of the Kremenets branch of the “Committee assisting German Jewish Refugees” and election of the management. In 1938, German Jews fled Germany as a result of increasingly anti-Jewish legislation and violence against Jews. Many fled eastward into Poland. Jewish communities throughout Poland took in the refugees and provided for their welfare. At first Polish authorities opposed these activities. But by the end of 1939, they relented and allowed the local communities to form committees to assist the German Jewish refugees. This document contains correspondence between the provincial authorities and the Kremenets committee. 

It includes 12 names in a list of the 9 branch management members committee members with their birthdates and street addresses. 7 pages in Polish. Typewritten. We have pages 1-4, 5, 5A, 6. Translated by Alex Sharon from Polish. A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. Entered in the Concordance. 

CAHJP Catalog No. HM 2-9246.12; KDRG Doc No. 110.

Document created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office Security Department. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 2 Delo 553.

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Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1928, United Jewish Schools, Lanovtsy, KDRG 1431928Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Minutes, reports, correspondence and other material related to the registration and liquidation of Lanovtsy branch of  “Association of the Jewish Schools”.  1928. Authorization for a United Jewish Schools branch to open in Lanovtsy, 19 Mar 1928. Document has 10 different personal names, remarks and status.

Central Archives (CAHJP) Catalog No. HM2-9246.20, Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) Document No. 143. We have page 1, in Polish. Typewritten. Translated by Anna Brune. A “Names Index” has been added at the end of the translation. 

Document created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office Security Department. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 2 Delo 5657.

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Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1840-1841, Conscripted Jews, KDRG 1461840-1841Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Documentation related to the criminal charges laid against the Vyshgorodok military recruitment officials for breaking selection procedures regulations for recruiting Jews for the military service. List of Jewish military recruits from Vishnevets, Oleksinets, Pochayev, Vyshgorodok and other localities.

Paragraph format. 27 page excerpt (pp. 1-12d, 17-18b, 20a-28d, 30, 40-42, 44-49) in Russian with signatures in Hebrew from a 184 page document. Pages 1-12d have not yet been translated. Remainder is partially translated. Handwritten. It has 68 different personal names.

Central Archives Catalog no. HM 2/8978.2; KDRG Doc 146. Partial Translation by Alex Kopelberg and Susan Sobel. A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. 

Document created by Kremenets Municipality. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 37 Opis 3 Delo 63.

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Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1753 document re trial of Borkowski v. Jewish Synagogue, KDRG 0061753Community Records: KahalCAHJP
Document relating to a 1753 court case in Kremenets, Borkowski v. Jewish Synagogue. The CAHJP catalog number is HM 1943. It is KDRG Doc No. 006. The document is in Polish. It is from the Lodz Archives, Bartoszewisz Family Files 234.
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Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1928 Orphans List, Kremenets, KDRG 1241928Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Society for the Care of the Jewish Orphans and the Abandoned Children in Volhynia. Budget of the Society for the livelihood of orphans in Kremenets district for school year 1929-1930. List of children under the Society’s care inVishnevets, Pochayev, Belozerka, Vyshgorodok, and Kremenets. Typewritten. 18 pages in Polish. Central Archives Catalog No. HM2-8986.1. Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) Document No. 124.

Translated by Alex Sharon. Data entry and Name Transcription by Ellen Garshick. 
A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. It has 238 different personal names. The translation from Polish to English is available on the 
Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
It is an 18 page document.
Kremenets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1925-1937, Association for Caring for the Religious Education of Orphans and Poor Children, (Chinuch Yeladim), Kremenets, KDRG 0961925-1937Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Reports, correspondence and other material related to the activities of the Association “Care for the Religious Education of  Orphans and Poor Children" (Chinuch Yeladim) in Kremenets. Includes of management committee members. CAHJP Catalog No. HM 2-9247.9; KDRG Doc No. 096.

We have the entire document (pp. 1-5, 6a-b, 7-16, 8, 10, 13, 14, 17a-b, 18-23, 24, 27a-b, 30, 31, 32a-c, 33-39A, 40a-b, 41-44, 45a-b, 46, 47a-b, 48, 50 (p49 was not received). Translation has been completed through p32c and entered in Concordance. Pages 33-50 still have to be translated. Typewritten and handwritten. Translated by AlexSharon. A “NamesIndex” has been added to thetranslation. It has 79 different personal names.

Created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office, Security Department. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 2 Delo 603.

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Lanovtsy (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Lanovtsy1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Lanovtsy (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1928, United Jewish Schools, Lanovtsy, KDRG 1431928Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Minutes, reports, correspondence and other material related to the registration and liquidation of Lanovtsy branch of  “Association of the Jewish Schools”.  1928. Authorization for a United Jewish Schools branch to open in Lanovtsy, 19 Mar 1928. Document has 10 different personal names, remarks and status.

Central Archives (CAHJP) Catalog No. HM2-9246.20, Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) Document No. 143. We have page 1, in Polish. Typewritten. Translated by Anna Brune. A “Names Index” has been added at the end of the translation. 

Document created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office Security Department. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 2 Delo 5657.

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Lanovtsy (Town)Vital Records-Translations, CAHJP, Lanovtsy, 1878-18941878-1894Vital Records: BirthsCAHJP
Lanovtsy vital records, births: 1878-1894 have been acquired by the Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) from CAHJP. They have been translated but not yet processed. Contact 
Janette Silverman for more information.
Lanovtsy (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1936 Feepayer List, Lanovtsy1936Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
This document is a translation of a 1936 Vishnevets Feepayers list, KDRG Doc 174, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9248-20.
Title is, “Addendum to 1931 Regulation concerning the Organization of the Jewish Communities.”  Documentation related to Wisniowiec Jewish Community budget approval. It includes a budget and list of the Community members who have paid membership fees for year 1936. NOTE: The list includes people from the towns of Bialozorka, Staryy Oleksinets, Novyy Oleksinets, Vyshgorodok, Kolodno, Lanovtsy, and others). Information includes the Feepayer’s name, address, employment, and amount of fees. Typed. 
The translation is available through the Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
Lanovtsy (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1934-1936 documents re the 'Organization of The Zionists-Revisionists“ (Beit haZohar) in Kremenets and Lanovtsy, KDRG 094 1934-1936Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Reports, correspondence and other material related to  the activities of “Organization of The Zionists-Revisionists “Beit haZohar” in Kremenets and Lanovtsy. List of the management committees members. One-half page typed and 3-1/2 pages handwritten. CAHJP Catalog No. HM 2-9248.13; KDRG Doc No. 094. Polish.

We have pp: 11, 20, 27a-b. They have been translated, edited and entered in the Concordance.

Created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 1 Delo 187.

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Litin (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1835 Kremenets Fire Victims, KDRG 1521835Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
List of residents of the town of Kremenets who suffered losses as result of a fire on April 13, 1835. The document mentions the amount to be loaned to the victims during the next 10 years from the treasury.

This document actually deals with a fire in Kremenets.
In 2008, the CAHJP Catalog listed 81 items under Litin. Some of those catalog entries have been acquired by Rose Feldman, and some of the acquired documents have been translated, at least partially. The translation from Russian to English of "List of residents of the town of Kremenets who suffered losses as result of fire on April 13, 1835" is available on the Litin KehilaLinks website (http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/litin/) and in the Kremenets Concordance. The website says the document lists 52 names, but only 12 are in the table and another 8 are signatures below the table.

1 page in Russian. Handwritten. Central Archives (CAHJP)Catalog No. HM 2-78967.3, Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) Document No. 152. Translated by Alex Kopelberg for Rose Feldman of the Litin Group. Supplemental translation by Judith Springer for KDRG. A “Names Index” has been added at the end of the translation. It has 17 different personal names. The extract that we have consists of one page. It is a list of names of 5 signatories, plus 12 heads of household, the number of men and women in the household, a description of the property lost in the fire and its value, and the amount paid in compensation.
Lvovo (Town)CAHJP Documents, HM2/9025.1, Correspondence re Jewish settlements, Lvovo1841-1842Community Records: KahalCAHJP
Correspondence with the Ministry of Governmental Properties and the Kherson regional administration regarding the opening of specific establishments in the Jewish settlements in Lvovo, Novyy Bereslav, Novo-Poltavka and Malaya (small) Seydeminukha.  
The CAHJP catalog number is HM2/9025.1. The documents are in Russian. The title is "The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor." The original archive is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 1, Opis 2, Delo 79.

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Lvovo (Town)CAHJP Documents, HM2/9024.44, 1842-1843, Correspondence regarding permits for selected people to collect donations to erect synagogues, Lvovo1842-1843Community Records: KahalCAHJP
Correspondence with the Ministry of Governmental Properties regarding permits for selected people of newly established settlements in Lvovo, Novyy Bereslav, Nova-Poltavka, Romanovka and Malaya Seideminucha to depart to Kurlyandsky, Vitebsky and Mogilevsky regions in order to collect donations for the erection of synagogues and houses of prayer.
The CAJHP catalog nunber is HM2/9024.44 .  The documents are handwritten in Russian.  The title is "The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor."  The original archive is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 1, Opis 2, Delo 71 


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Malaya Seydeminukha (Town)CAHJP Documents, HM2/9024.44, 1842-1843, Correspondence re permits for selected people to collect donations to erect synagogues, Malaya Seideminucha1842-1843Community Records: KahalCAHJP
Correspondence with the Ministry of Governmental Properties regarding permits for selected people of newly established settlements in Lvovo, Novyy Bereslav, Nova-Poltavka, Romanovka and Malaya Seideminucha to depart to Kurlyandsky, Vitebsky and Mogilevsky regions in order to collect donations for the erection of synagogues and houses of prayer.
The CAJHP catalog nunber is HM2/9024.44 .  The documents are handwritten in Russian.  The title is "The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor."  The original archive is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 1, Opis 2, Delo 71 


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Mezhirichi (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Mezhirichi (Rovno district)1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Janette Silverman for more information.
Novo-Poltavka (Town)CAHJP Documents, HM2/9024.44, 1842-1843, Correspondence regarding permits for selected people to collect donations to erect synagogues, Nova-Poltavka1842-1843Community Records: KahalCAHJP
Correspondence with the Ministry of Governmental Properties regarding permits for selected people of newly established settlements in Lvovo, Novyy Bereslav, Nova-Poltavka, Romanovka and Malaya Seideminucha to depart to Kurlyandsky, Vitebsky and Mogilevsky regions in order to collect donations for the erection of synagogues and houses of prayer.
The CAJHP catalog nunber is HM2/9024.44 .  The documents are handwritten in Russian.  The title is "The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor."  The original archive is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 1, Opis 2, Delo 71 


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Novo-Poltavka (Town)CAHJP Documents, HM2/9021.1, Re Exclusion of David Pape1850-1853Community Records: KahalCAHJP
Document relating to the exclusion of David Pape, a citizen from the settlement of Novo-Poltavka, in connection with his conversion to the Christian faith.  CAHJP Catalog number: HM2/9021.11.  The documents are handwritten in Russian.  The title of the documents are: "Committee for foreign settlers in southern Russia (Jewish settlement)."  The original archive is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 6, Opis 1a, Delo 95

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Novyy Bereslav (Town)CAHJP Documents, HM2/9024.44, 1842-1843, Correspondence regarding permits for selected people to collect donations to erect synagogues, Novyy Bereslav1842-1843Community Records: KahalCAHJP
Correspondence with the Ministry of Governmental Properties regarding permits for selected people of newly established settlements in Lvovo, Novyy Bereslav, Nova-Poltavka, Romanovka and Malaya Seideminucha to depart to Kurlyandsky, Vitebsky and Mogilevsky regions in order to collect donations for the erection of synagogues and houses of prayer.
The CAJHP catalog nunber is HM2/9024.44 .  The documents are handwritten in Russian.  The title is "The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor."  The original archive is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 1, Opis 2, Delo 71 


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Ostrog (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Ostrog1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Janette Silvermanfor more information.
Pochaev (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Pochayev, Pochaev1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Pochaev (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1928 Orphans List, Kremenets, KDRG 1241928Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Society for the Care of the Jewish Orphans and the Abandoned Children in Volhynia. Budget of the Society for the livelihood of orphans in Kremenets district for school year 1929-1930. List of children under the Society’s care inVishnevets, Pochayev, Belozerka, Vyshgorodok, and Kremenets. Typewritten. 18 pages in Polish. Central Archives Catalog No. HM2-8986.1. Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) Document No. 124.

Translated by Alex Sharon. Data entry and Name Transcription by Ellen Garshick. 
A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. It has 238 different personal names. The translation from Polish to English is available on the 
Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
It is an 18 page document.

Document created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office Security Department. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 3 Delo 68.

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Pochaev (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1840-1841, Conscripted Jews, KDRG 1461840-1841Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Documentation related to the criminal charges laid against the Vyshgorodok military recruitment officials for breaking selection procedures regulations for recruiting Jews for the military service. List of Jewish military recruits from Vishnevets, Oleksinets, Pochayev, Vyshgorodok and other localities.

Paragraph format. 27 page excerpt (pp. 1-12d, 17-18b, 20a-28d, 30, 40-42, 44-49) in Russian with signatures in Hebrew from a 184 page document. Pages 1-12d have not yet been translated. Remainder is partially translated. Handwritten. It has 68 different personal names.

Central Archives Catalog no. HM 2/8978.2; KDRG Doc 146. Partial Translation by Alex Kopelberg and Susan Sobel. A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. 

Document created by Kremenets Municipality. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 37 Opis 3 Delo 63.

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Radzivilov (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Radzivilov1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Janet Silverman (ukrainesig.coordinator@janette-silverman.org) for more information.
Romanovka (Town)CAHJP Documents, HM2/9024.44, 1842-1843, Correspondence regarding permits for selected people to collect donations to erect synagogues, Romanovka1842-1843Community Records: KahalCAHJP
Correspondence with the Ministry of Governmental Properties regarding permits for selected people of newly established settlements in Lvovo, Novyy Bereslav, Nova-Poltavka, Romanovka and Malaya Seideminucha to depart to Kurlyandsky, Vitebsky and Mogilevsky regions in order to collect donations for the erection of synagogues and houses of prayer.
The CAJHP catalog nunber is HM2/9024.44 .  The documents are handwritten in Russian.  The title is "The offices of Novo-Russian and Bessarabian general governor."  The original archive is GAOdO, Odessa. Fond 1, Opis 2, Delo 71 


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Rovno (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Rovno1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Shumsk (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Shumsk1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Varkovichi (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Varkovichi1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Vishnevets (Town)Vital Records-Images, CAHJP, Vishnevets 1878-19221878-1922Vital Records: BirthsCAHJP
Acquisition pending for Vishnevets vital records: Births ... 1878-1879. 1881-1897, 1900-1906, 1910-1915, 1918-1922. The documents are being acquired by the Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) from CAHJP. Contact 
Janette Silverman for more information.
Vishnevets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Vishnevets1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Vishnevets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1837-1841 Illegal Fundraising Trial, Kremenets and Vishnevets, KDRG 031 1837-1841Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Requests, reports, correspondence and other information on illegal fundraising by residents of Kremenets and its borough Vishnevets for the Jewish poor and orphans of Jerusalem.  Includes list of donors. HM 2-8977.5. KDRG Doc No. 031. Typed and handwritten. Russian and Hebrew.

This is a 284 page document. We have all except pages: 21, 24, 35, 46, 49, 56, 61, 68-73, 78-95, 109-116, 119-129, 133, 136-160, 162, 170, 182-284. About 114 pages have been translated so far.

The document was created by the Kremenets Town Magistrate. CAHJP obtained it from the Ternopil State Archives, Fond 37, opis 3, file 54.

Contact 
Ron Doctor
for information about this collection.
Vishnevets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1928 Orphans List, Kremenets, KDRG 1241928Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Society for the Care of the Jewish Orphans and the Abandoned Children in Volhynia. Budget of the Society for the livelihood of orphans in Kremenets district for school year 1929-1930. List of children under the Society’s care inVishnevets, Pochayev, Belozerka, Vyshgorodok, and Kremenets. Typewritten. 18 pages in Polish. Central Archives Catalog No. HM2-8986.1. Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) Document No. 124.

Translated by Alex Sharon. Data entry and Name Transcription by Ellen Garshick. 
A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. It has 238 different personal names. The translation from Polish to English is available on the 
Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
It is an 18 page document.

Document created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office Security Department. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 3 Delo 68.

Contact Ron Doctor
for information about this collection.
Vishnevets (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1840-1841, Conscripted Jews, KDRG 1461840-1841Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Documentation related to the criminal charges laid against the Vyshgorodok military recruitment officials for breaking selection procedures regulations for recruiting Jews for the military service. List of Jewish military recruits from Vishnevets, Oleksinets, Pochayev, Vyshgorodok and other localities.

Paragraph format. 27 page excerpt (pp. 1-12d, 17-18b, 20a-28d, 30, 40-42, 44-49) in Russian with signatures in Hebrew from a 184 page document. Pages 1-12d have not yet been translated. Remainder is partially translated. Handwritten. It has 68 different personal names.

Central Archives Catalog no. HM 2/8978.2; KDRG Doc 146. Partial Translation by Alex Kopelberg and Susan Sobel. A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. 

Document created by Kremenets Municipality. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 37 Opis 3 Delo 63.

Contact Ron Doctor
for information about this collection.
Ostrog (District)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Ostrog District1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Janette Silverman for more information.
Vyshgorodok (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Vyshgorodok1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Janette Silverman for more information.
Vyshgorodok (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1928 Orphans List, Kremenets, KDRG 1241928Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Society for the Care of the Jewish Orphans and the Abandoned Children in Volhynia. Budget of the Society for the livelihood of orphans in Kremenets district for school year 1929-1930. List of children under the Society’s care inVishnevets, Pochayev, Belozerka, Vyshgorodok, and Kremenets. Typewritten. 18 pages in Polish. Central Archives Catalog No. HM2-8986.1. Kremenets District Research Group (KDRG) Document No. 124.

Translated by Alex Sharon. Data entry and Name Transcription by Ellen Garshick. 
A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. It has 238 different personal names. The translation from Polish to English is available on the 
Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
It is an 18 page document.

Document created by Kremenets District Governor’s Office Security Department. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 2 Opis 3 Delo 68.

Contact Ron Doctor
for information about this collection.
Vyshgorodok (Town)Vital Records Translations, Vyshgorodok Births, 1878-19001878-1900Vital 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.

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.
Vyshgorodok (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1840-1841, Conscripted Jews, KDRG 1461840-1841Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Documentation related to the criminal charges laid against the Vyshgorodok military recruitment officials for breaking selection procedures regulations for recruiting Jews for the military service. List of Jewish military recruits from Vishnevets, Oleksinets, Pochayev, Vyshgorodok and other localities.

Paragraph format. 27 page excerpt (pp. 1-12d, 17-18b, 20a-28d, 30, 40-42, 44-49) in Russian with signatures in Hebrew from a 184 page document. Pages 1-12d have not yet been translated. Remainder is partially translated. Handwritten. It has 68 different personal names.

Central Archives Catalog no. HM 2/8978.2; KDRG Doc 146. Partial Translation by Alex Kopelberg and Susan Sobel. A “Names Index” has been added to the translation. 

Document created by Kremenets Municipality. CAHJP obtained the document from Ternopil State Archives (GATO), Fond 37 Opis 3 Delo 63.

Contact Ron Doctor
for information about this collection.
Vyshgorodok (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1936 Feepayer List, Vyshgorodok1936Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
This document is a translation of a 1936 Vishnevets Feepayers list, KDRG Doc 174, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9248-20.
Title is, “Addendum to 1931 Regulation concerning the Organization of the Jewish Communities.”  Documentation related to Wisniowiec Jewish Community budget approval. It includes a budget and list of the Community members who have paid membership fees for year 1936. NOTE: The list includes people from the towns of Bialozorka, Staryy Oleksinets, Novyy Oleksinets, Vyshgorodok, Kolodno, Lanovtsy, and others). Information includes the Feepayer’s name, address, employment, and amount of fees. Typed. 
The translation is available through the Kremenets KehilaLinks website.
Yampol (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Yampol1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.
Zaslav (Town)CAHJP Documents, 1849 Bet-midrash List, Zaslav1849Community Records: KahalKehilaLinks
Lists of 1,360 names + text. 55 pp., Russian, handwritten, KDRG Doc 042, CAHJP Catalog No. HM2-9540.1. This document has not yet been translated. 
Title is, “Volhyn Province Schools" Board of Directors. Lists of bet-midrashes in Volhyn Province, lists of Jewish communities" members.” 
Volhyn province bet-midrash registers, Data on number of synagogue communities and rabbi"s names in Zaslav, Ostrog  district and boroughs, Krzemieniec, Belozerka, Berezhy, Vishnevets, Vyshgorodok, Katerburg, Lanovtsy, Staryy Aleksinets, Pochayev, Radzivilov, Shushki, Yampol, also name lists of synagogue  communities of  Dubno, Varkovichi, Rovno, Berezno, Mezhirichi (Rovno district). 
Contact Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com) for more information.

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