VILLAGES OF "MOTHER" STROPKOV
eighteenth and nineteenth century, "Mother" Stropkov was the
largest Jewish community in the area. Besides organizing communal
prayer, she tended the Jewish cemetery, supported a ritual bathhouse, retained
a kosher butcher, and educated her children.
one or two Jewish families lived in the nearby "daughter" villages--usually
owners of great estates, or local tavern-and-store keepers.
These Jews may have lived far from town, but they were
active members of the wider Jewish community-- sharing all
of "Mother" Stropkov's religious facilities and services.
Among the many "daughter" villages were:
Chotca, Boksa, Breznica, Brusnica, Bystra, Cemelkovce, Dapalovce, Duplin, Gribov, Hunkovce, Havaj, Hrabovce, Jakusovce, Kapisova, Kelca, Kolbovce, Kosarovce, Kriva Olka, Krajna Polana, Krusinec, Kruzlova, Ladomirova, Lomne, Macovce, Mala Polana, Mestisko, Mikova, Minovce, Mirola, Mirosov, Mlynarovce, Mrazovce, Nyzny Jedlova, Nyzny Olka, Nysny Olsava, Nysny Sitnica, Nysny Orlik, Orlov, Nysny Svidnick, Petejovce, Petrovce, Piskorovce, Polyona, Poruba, Potocky, Pstrina, Rusky Krucov, Sandal, Solnik, Staskovce, Strocin, Tisinec, Turiany nad Ondavou, Vagrinec, Varechovce, Velcrop, Vojtovce, Vrajne Cierno, Vyslava, Vysny Komarnik, Vysny Olka, Vysna Olsava, Vysna Pisana...
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