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Appendix G: Bessarabia Oblast Jewish settlements

Map  North of Kishinev and slightly south not including Bendery

Sorok District

1. Brichova

48° 07' / 27° 39'

2. Dymbraveni

48° 03' / 28° 14'

3. Kapreshti

47° 45' / 28° 28'

4. Lyublin (Nemyerovka)

48° 06' / 28° 32'

5. Markuleshti (Starovka)

47° 53' / 28° 15'

6. Vertyuzhanguritsa

47° 59' / 28° 33'

7. Zaguritsa (Zgurica)

48° 06' / 28° 00'

8. Alexandreni

 

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Orgeyev District

1. Shibka

47° 49' / 28° 49'

2.

 

Khotin District

1. Liomachintsi (Vishneva)

 

Yassak (Bel°ts) District

1.Valyalui-Vlad

47° 29' /  28° 07'

2. Dombrivtz

47° 29' /  28° 08'

Bendery District

1.

 

Kishinev District

1.

 

Bessarabia is a region between the rivers Prut and Dniester. It was a part of Moldavia before 1812, with several districts under direct Ottoman rule. After the defeat of the Turks by  Russia, between 1812–1918 it became part of Russia. It was next a part of Rumania between 1918–40; After 1940 it was returned to Russia. The larger (central) part is in Moldova; the extreme northern and southern sections in the Ukraine.

A link to information on Duma Lists from Bessarabia by Michael Steinore

Kamenka a town in Bessarabia

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