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Alexandrovskii District


Jewish Colony No. 3



47 37' / 36 33'

Krasnoselka school, 1904.


Krasnoselka monument.

Established 1845


From the Hebrew Press: ("Extracted and translated from the newspaper copies by Chaim Freedman).

(Hamagid 1858; Jan. 29) 98 families, 555 people.

At the end of 1885 there were 41 families in the colony.

(Hamelitz 1900)


(# The colony is mentioned by one who passed through the region on his way back from the Zionist Congress. He gave part on the proceedings at the Congress to the local farmers.)



Surnames from Russian State Archives of Ancient Acts (RGADA):(Fond 1308, series 5, files 1444, 1446, 1448,1451) Abragamov, Aguf, Altgovzen, Amiton, Ana, Brozgol, Bukmun, Bulshtein, Charfas, Chertkov,

Deglin, Ezrets, Fainshtein, Feldman, Fridland, Golosov, Gordon, Gokhman,  Greskan, Gurevich, Iofis,

Kovnat, Legova, Lev, Levin, Lifshits, Luban, Mosnaim, Naigovzen, Niehausen / Newhouse, Oshir,  Reingevirts, Sapir, Solec, Tsimer,  Ushats, Vaisman


Additional Surnames: Einstein, Pelyakov


Sources: WWWW, Our Father's Harvest Supplement, Avotaynu XIII / 4/31


Revision Lists 1858


JGFF Researcher:   Gail Stern Rudolph - Naihavsin


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