This document from
1844-1845 details item list of Korobka tax for Kraziai or Krozh. The
Korobka tax, translated as a meat or slaughter tax, was an extra tax
paid only by Jews for each animal slaughtered in accordance with the
Kashrut rules and for each pound of this meat sold.
townspeople who administered the Jewish community signed the document.
The signers included Zavel Shebshelov Zak, Yankel Shebshelov Zak, Chaim
Notel Shepshelov Zak and three men with the surname Zhiv. The
administrators distributed the Korobka tax to Krozh' Jewish community
per the following list. Click here to see original document in
|Debt to Church
|Tchaplinsky nobles (state tax debt for 102 poor,
handicapped & absent community members)
|Kahal (community administration)
|Scholarship for poor pupils