Kamenka, Belarus

Kamionka was the name of the village until 1939 when it belonged to Byalistok region, Poland.
Today it is called Kamenka and is in Grodno region, Belarus.
Kamenka is located between Grodno and Lida, on a smaller scale Kamenka is located between Skidel and Shchuchin.

Other Names

    Kamionka 

Latitude 5333'  Longitude 2431'

Maps

Kamenka road sign
Entrance to Kamenka from Shchuchin - 2002 .- photo and caption by Ze'ev Sharon

 

Current Map of Kamenka

History

  • Holocaust

    Documents

     

     My family from Kamenka:

    SIDRANSKI - Zeev Sharon's  mother

    KOZAKOWSKI - Zeev Sharon's father

    GOLDBERG - Zeev Sharon Grand mother's maternal

     Surnames of Other close family:

     Kletzkes

     Efron

    Divock/Diwak

    Surnames of Other Jewish Famlies of Kamenka:

    Kasharski

    Zabagonski

    Weinstein

    Resnik

    The Elders of Komionka Foreword

    Boyarski

    Borer

    Kosowski

    Frisch

    Sawitzki

    Kagan / Cohen

    Khaikl

    Nankas

    Azarski

    Barishanski

    Newman (Neiman?)

    Blecher

    Levin

    Goldman

    Kokhanowski

    Hacohen (see Cohen, Kagan)

    Rosenfeld

    Karpowski

    Garbowski

    Tzemakh

    Matlowski

    Kornberg

    Perlmuter

    Sabrowski

     

    Stories from Kamenka

    The Elders  of Komionka Foreword

    Photos from Kamenka

  • Pictures from Kamionka

  • Kamenka class room

  • Kamenka Fire brigade

  • TBD

    Jewish Cemetery of Kamenka

    Kamenka today

    Trip to Kamenka - 2002 

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    Belarus SIG (Special Interest Group)

    All Belarus Database


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     Compiled by Ze'ev Sharon
    First Posting by ZS Jan. 2008,
    Last Updated by ZS Jan 2008
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