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Zolotonosha
Ukraine

Kehilalinks class template This web site is dedicated to the study of Jewish family history in the town of Zolotonosha, now in Ukraine, but formerly part of the Poltava Province of the Russian Empire.

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Letter from Reb Mattes Burshtein
Mt Carmel database with translation of Hebrew
Zolotonosher Friends
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Compiled by Gary Pokrassa
Last updated 11 October 2014

Copyright

©2013 Janette Silverman and
©2014 Gary Pokrassa


Zolotonosha, Ukraine: 49°40' N, 32°02' E
Nearby Jewish Communities: Jewish Population Holocaust time line
Helmiaziv 14 miles NW 1897: 2,749 19 September 1941: Nazis occupy Zolotonosha
Moshny 16 miles SW 1939: 2,087 22 September 1941: 300 Jews murdered
Cherkasy 16 miles S
22 November 1941: 3,500 Jews murdered
Kaniv 26 miles WNW
see Encyclopedia of Jewish Life
Before & During the Holocaust
vol 3; p. 1518
Yabluneve 30 miles NE


Alternate names: Zolotonosha [Ukr, Rus, Yid], Zołotonsza [Pol]
Russian/Ukrainian: Золотоноша.

Location and nearest large city:  North bank Dneiper river, 85 miles SE of Kyyiv, 16 miles N of Cherkasy.

Email the website owner, Gary Pokrassa  pokrassa@aol.com

Important Note

The Zolotonosha KehilaLinks ensures that Zolotonosha's Jewish history will be more readily available to genealogists. Ron Doctor and Janette Silverman, on behalf of The Ukraine SIG, have originally developed this site, now taken over by Gary Pokrassa. We need your collaboration to develop more content for Zolotonosha. If you have information you think is of interest for viewers of this KehilaLink, please contact Gary Pokrassa. Thanks for your help.



This site is hosted at no cost to the public by JewishGen, Inc., a non-profit corporation. If it has been useful to you, or if you are moved by the effort to preserve the memory of our lost communities, your JewishGen-erosity would be greatly appreciated.


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