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Appendix E(2)

Settlement in Kherson and Yekaterinoslav at the end of 1885

Editor's note: There has been no attempt to alter the spelling to conform to other spellings on this web site. From:  Livne 1965.

Kherson District Yekaterinoslav District
Greater Sde Menuhah 11 families Grafsakaya 26 families
Lesser Sde Menuhah 30 families Zelnah Polya 39 families
Greater Nahar Tov 83 families Nedzhnai 40 families
Lesser Nahar Tov 26 families Sladkobodnaya 28 families
Bobrovi Kut 104 families Ztishiya 40 families
Afinger 87 families Ravnopol 45 families
Ingoltz 128 families Khlabodrovka 21 families
Kaminka 51 families Novo-Zlatopol 59 families
Izlotchista 53 families Vosyulaya 27 families
Novo Brislav 46 families Krasnoslakah 41 families
Lvov 91 families Meziritz 37 families
Novo Poltava 97 families Trudolyubovka 32 families
Romanovka 88 families Netchaivka 21 families
Novo Vitebsk 47 families Pryutniya 30 families
Novo Podolsk 32 families Roshkoshnai 26 families
Novo Kovna 36 families Bogodarovka 36 families
Novo Zhitomir 30 families Gorkaya 26 families
Dobroya 102 families    
Israilevka 76 families    
Sehaidak 35 families    
Fromukloya 16 families    
Volnaya 24 families    
Total 1, 293 families Total 574 families
  10, 299 people   3,772 people
In all of the colonies together: 1,967 families in which there were approximately 14, 071 people. Land tracts in the Jewish colonies in the two districts 61,469 disyaninas.

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