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Appendix I: Chart by Mel Comisarow and Chaim Freedman (map link)

Name Other Name(s)

Colony

Location
 
Novozlatopol Pervenumer 1 N 47 39', E 36˚ 34'
Vesselaya Hoopolov / Goopolov 2 N 47 41', E 36˚ 37'
Krasnoselka Dritnumer 3 N 47˚ 37', E 36˚ 33'
Mezherich Fertnumer 4 N 47˚ 37', E 36˚ 25'
Trudoliubovka Engels 5 N 47˚ 28', E 36˚ 44'
Nachaevaka Peness / Gorki 6 N 47˚ 29', E 36˚ 44'
Grafskoy Proletarsky 7 N 47˚ 31', E 36˚ 49'
Priyutnaya Takni 8 N 47˚ 43', E 36˚ 40'
Roskoshnaya Galushkes 9 N 47˚ 45', E 36˚ 40'
Bogodarovka Kovilevsk / Novodarovka 10 N 47˚ 47', E 36˚ 38'
Gorkaya Nazarevitch / Olgofskoy1 11 N 47˚ 44', E 36˚ 34'
  Nazarevitch / Levadnoy2 11 N 47˚ 46', E 36˚ 36'
Zelenopole Meeadler 12 N 47˚ 33', E 36˚ 50'
Nadezhnaya Der Vilner 13 N 47˚ 35', E 36˚ 51'
Kobilnye 3 Sladkovodnaya 14 N 47˚ 33', E 36˚ 45'
Zatishe Bakhers 15 N 47˚ 32', E 37˚ 25'
Rovnopol 3 Lates   N 47˚ 32', E 37˚ 15'
Khlebodarovka 3 Suntsove   N 47˚ 28', E 37˚ 24'
 
Various tables in the sources used different numbering systems.  It is important to note that the numbers on this chart were the official numbers by which the colonies were referred, often without mentioning the actual names. Thus the Jews referred to Novozlatopol as Perver Numer as it was No. 1 and Mezritch as 'Ferter Numer' as it was No.4. rather than use the official names. -Chaim Freedman
 

1 The 1865 Russian map shows a 'Nazaravicha' at the same location as 'Olgofskoy' in the 1981 Soviet map.

2 The 1941 German map shows a 'Nasarowischewa' at the same location as 'Levadnoy' in the 1981 Soviet map

3 Not on the 1865 Soviet map

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