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Town Leader: Rose Avigael Feldman

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1900s Name: Litin
1900s District: Litin
1900s Province: Podolia
1900s Country: Russian Empire

Modern: Lityn, Ukraine
Modern Ukrainian: Літин  listen town name in ukrainian
Modern Russian: Литин  listen town name in russian

1930s: Litin, Vinnitsa, Ukraine SSR, Soviet Union
1950s: Litin, Soviet Union

Other names: Lityn [Ukr, Pol], Litin [Rus, Yid]

49°20'N 28°04'E Mapquest Google Maps


Litin Metrical books - b., d. 1835-1838Janette SilvermanIn progress
Litin Metrical books - b., d. 1835-1838 from CAHJP.Inv/9985, CD 855.03GAKhO, Khmelnitskii, 227/1d/199, p. 6
Litin Metrical books - b., m., div., d. 1837-1837Janette SilvermanIn progress
Litin Metrical books - b., m., div., d. 1837-1837 from CAHJP.Inv/9985, CD 854.02GAKhO, Khmelnitskii, 227/1d/199, p. 2
Lustration XVIII Lustration of Provinces Belz (1662-1664), Lublin (1659-1660)Ron DoctorIn progress
Title: Lustration XVIII
Lustration of Provinces Belz (1662-1664), Lublin (1659-1660), Podolia (1665) and Wolyn, which also includes different privileges for the Jews granted in towns: Parczow (1541-1639), Lukow (“ De non tolerandis Judaeis”) -1589, King’s Jan Kazimierz-1659); Przemysl (1523-1659), Luck (1570—1649, including privileges by the King Kazimierz IV for Jews of Poland from 1453); Krzemieniec (Ban on bars keeping -1564); Wlodzimierz (1570-1649); Kowel (1547-1650); Wyzwa (1644); Belz (1655); Debno (1593-1643); Korytnica (1658). Lubaczow (1523); Kamieniec (Ban of residency-1655), including also
list of craftsmen in town Lityn (1655, amongst them 12 Jews)
; 1523-1665; HM 2-9929.2; Polish & Latin; ; Originally from AGAD, Warsaw, sygn. 74, nr. 362
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Document and Dataset Collections

NameTime frameView
CAHJP Catalog Cards, Litin1655-1930
81 Litin catalog cards from the CAHJP. Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Latin, Hebrew, and Yiddish. All cards have been translated.
Sefer haPrenumeranten (Kagan), Litin1897
Prenumeranten in Har Bessamim, written by Zvi Schana, brought to publication in Berdichev by his grandson Schana Zvi Lichtman. The KehilaLinks page contains 13 transliterated/translated entries and shows the original pages.
Soviet Extraordinary Commission: Lists, Litin
71 name on KehilaLink website
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