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This website is
dedicated to the study of Jewish family history in the town of
Zofyuvka, now in Ukraine but formerly part of the Volhynia
Gubernia of the Russian Empire.
- Alternate names:
Zof'yuvka [Rus], Zofiowka [Yid], Zofjówka [Pol],
Trokhymbrid [Ukr], Sofievka, Sofiovka, Sofiyevka, Trochenbrod,
Trochinbrod, Trokhinbrod, Trochimbrod, Trokhnibrod, Zofiówka,
The survivors and former residents of the town refer
to it as Trochenbrod.
- Location: Ukraine,
50°55' N, 25°42' E, near the eastern border of Poland
- Nearest large
Locality Page for Zofyuvka
Includes a MapQuest map, a list of nearby Jewish communities,
and a link to the JewishGen Resource Map for the region.
- Street map
This map was created by survivors in Israel. The map is a
representation of where the houses were located in Zofyuvka
(Trochenbrod) and the neighboring town of Ignatovka (Lozisht).
It shows the names of the families who lived in each house in
the late 1930s. (Click the map one or two times to see a
- Ukraine SIG
The special interest group for researching Jewish genealogy in
the region of the former Russian Empire gubernias that are now
part of Ukraine.
Yizkor Book (The Tree and Its Roots)
In Hebrew and Yiddish, with a small section in English.
- Beit Tal
The website of Beit Tal, the community of the survivors and
their descendants in Israel. "TAL" stands for "Trochenbrod and
Compiled by Phyllis Grossman (email@example.com)
Last updated 23 June 2013
Copyright © 2013 Phyllis Grossman
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