Longitude 49°39' Latitude 26°58'
|Alternate names: Krasyliv, Krasiłów|
|In Russian красилов|
|Update: 8 February 2015 - Details|
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|Letter to the descendants
of Krasilov Jews.
Appeal to help preserve the memorials of the Manivtsy mass graves.
Several of us discussed the plan to restore the monument in Manevtsy. We need to understand how many people are interested in being involved and how they see the process. Therefore, we prepared this questionnaire (link to questionnaire).
Please, contact me (email@example.com), if you want this questionnaire in a different language (e.g., Russian, Hebrew), or have any other comments or questions.
Military Map 1910
||Map of 1799
||Krasilov Historical Information||Various sources
Map and Historical Information
1850 Revision List and Supplements
||All families from 1850 Revision List, and
Supplements to the Revision from 1850 - 1856. Main list has
310 families comprised of 1,687 individuals. The
supplements add more people - newborns, people missed and
missing in the main 1850 Revision.
Families about 1900
||A table of about 15% of the
Jewish residents of Krasilov about 1900
||List of Krasilov Emigrants -
to help find ship manifests
Records for 1896
||Translation of a vital
records book of Krasilov deaths for 1896
||List of Starokonstatinov
Emigrants - to help find ship manifests.
||Odds and ends of birth
records for families living in and around the
Uezd Duma Voters Lists
||1906 and 1907 for Krasilov, Kuzmin,
Volochisk, Teofipol, Starokonstantinov (Town), Bazaliya,
Kulchiny, Kupel, Ozhigovtsy, Rural Uezd and 1912
Starokonstatinov Data from Kremenets KehilaLinks web site
||Records for people from Krasilov and
||Krasilov and Starokonstantinov Ghettos
accounts, Eye Witness Statements, Manivtsy and Orlintsy
articles, Book of Sorrow (new)
|Krasilov Street Map 1941||Supplied by Israel Zak|
Stories & Pictures
Stories and Pictures
||"MeeMa Basia, Partisan and Hero of the Soviet Union"|
|Basia's Story Part 2
||"Basia Tenzer - Her Victory
Mass Grave Visit 1947
||Picture supplied by Mira
||Krasilov, a Shtetl in Podolia||Article written by E.
Sheinman for a St. Petersburg Jewish Newspaper (article in
Russian) with translation to English of first four
History Articles in Yalkut Vohlin
||1945 and 1946 articles published in Yalkut
|Trip to Ukraine Summer
||Trip report and phographs by
Joan Adler and Bobby Furst. Section about Krasilov.
|Krasilov Pictures Summer 2003||
|Facebook Page - Jewish Krasilov|
|Jewishkrasilov.org.ua web site mostly in Russian with some articles in English. Site by Nikolay Pekarskiy - Микола Пекарський|
|Mass grave monuments near Manivtsy. Links to Feb 2013 and Oct 2013 visits. Thanks to Nikolay Pekarskiy. See also Manivtsy 1947|
|Nathan Gimelfarb web site. Born (in 1924) and raised in Krasilov. Some explanations in English, stories of his life in Russian.|
|Baron Hirsch Cemetery S.I.
New York. Chevra Tifras Israel Anshe Krasilow, Section "B"
map of graves.
|IAJGS Cemetery Project
Some of the databases included are: JewishGen Family Finder (JGFF), JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR), JewishGen Holocaust Database, Vsia Rossiia Business Directories and much more!
Family Finder (JGFF)
Indexing Poland (JRI-PL)
Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR)
|Yad Vashem and Shoah
for Vanished Communities - Krasilov
|Steve Morse web site
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