Cemetery – and Inscriptions

(Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine)

48°55' / 24°42'

Unpublished List of Inscriptions and Map of Ivano-Frankivsk
(Ivano-Frankovsk) Cemetery

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Spreadsheet and graphics prepared by Peter Zavon,
from handwritten lists and drawings done by Rabbi Kolesnik
of Ivano-Frankivsk at the request of Joyce Field

This is an unpublished Cemetery List and Map of Ivano-Frankvisk (Ivano-Frankovsk) Cemetery.

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The story of how we received the lists and diagrams of the maps of the cemetery in Ivano-Frankivsk is another of those remarkable occurrences that pop up in genealogical research. When Susannah Juni visited Rabbi Kolesnik in Ivano-Frankivsk in August/September 1997, he showed her the maps and his handwritten lists of the names and other details on the headstones in the Jewish cemetery. She arranged with the Rebbe to allow Alexander Dunai to make copies for us.  Susannah and Joyce hired Dunai to travel to the Rebbe, make copies of the material, and mail them to us.

Joyce Field brought a copy of the material to the Los Angeles Jewish Genealogical Seminar in July 1998 and showed it to a number of people in Gesher Galicia, one of whom, Peter Zavon, volunteered to put it in computer format. He created the lists and did the placement of the graves in each sector. We are indebted to him for his computer skills and tremendous investment of time and effort.

List of Inscriptions
Map of Ivano-Frankivsk Cemetery
Map of Sector 3
Map of Sector 4
Map of Sector 5
Map of Sector 6
Map of Sector 7
Map of Sector 8a
Map of Sector 8b
Map of Sector 9
Map of Sector 10
Photographs of cemeteries at Stanisławów KehilaLinks

Note: Individual sector maps can be viewed either by clicking on one of the links above, or by viewing the overall cemetery map and clicking on the appropriate sector within the map. Maps are not available for Sectors 1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 2b, or 2c.

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