Krasilov, Ukraine
Longitude 49°39' Latitude 26°58'

Alternate names: Krasyliv, Krasiłów
In Russian красилов
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28 October, 2022 - Details
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A plan to maintain the Manivtsy mass grave sites.
The linked site shows pictures of the current state of the grave sites
 and lays out a plan to maintain the three sites.
 - Link -
 Manivtsy Holocaust Mass Graves Memorial Ceremony May 24, 2018 - Link
May-Oct 2016 Manivtsy Holocaust Mass Grave Sites 1, 2 and 3. Pictures by Nikolay Pekarsky - Link
 Site 1 Site 2 Site 3 P2 Map
Site 1
Site 2
Site 3
Map of sites

Austrian Military Map 1910  
Google Maps
Map of 1799

Krasilov Historical Information Various sources

Krasilov Map and Historical Information
From JewishGen

Krasilov 1850 Census and supplements to 1850 and 1858 Census
All families from 1850 Census - 310 families and 1,687 individuals. Supplements to 1850 Census (1850 - 1856) and 1858 Census (1860-1874) are included. The main 1858 Census records have not been found.

Kuzmin 1850 Census and supplements to 1850 and 1858 Census
All families from the 1850 Census - 167 families and 719 individuals. Supplements to 1850 and 1858 Census are included. The main 1858 Census records have not been found.

Census Supplemental Lists 1862-1863
List for Krasilov, Kuzmin and Starokonstantinov with link to web site that includes many other Volhynia towns

1854 Births, Krasilov and nearby towns
Men born about 1854 lists in "Volynskiye Gubernskiye Viedomosti" July 1875, N50 and September 1875, N67. Lists for Krasilov, Kuzmin, Starokonstantinov, Volochisk, Kulchiny, Bazaliya, Teofipol, Kupel and Ozhigovts are included.

Krasilov Death Records for 1896 Translation of a vital records book of Krasilov deaths  for 1896
Starokonstantinov Birth Records - Krasilov
Starokonstantinov Birth Records for Krasilov fathers.

1917 Letter Requesting a School in Krasilov
1917 Letter signed by many "leading" residents of Krasilov (about 90)

Krasilov Families about 1900
A table of about 15% of the Jewish residents of Krasilov about 1900
Krasilov Emigrants
List of Krasilov Emigrants - to help you find ship manifests for your ancestors.

Starokonstantinov Emigrants
List of Starokonstantinov Emigrants - to help find ship manifests for your ancestors.

Starokonstantinov Uezd Duma Voters Lists
1906 and 1907 for Krasilov, Kuzmin, Volochisk, Teofipol, Starokonstantinov (Town), Bazaliya, Kulchiny, Kupel, Ozhigovtsy, Rural Uezd and 1912 Starokonstantinov Uezd.

Krasilov and Starokonstatinov data on Kremenets web site
Records for people from Krasilov and Starokonstantinov found on the Kremenets KehilaLinks web site

Krasilov DNA Connections
List of people with Krasilov ancestors who have done DNA testing.
Please add your name to this list if you have done a DNA test.

WWI Soldiers Krasilov, Kuzmin, Starok.
This is a list of Jewish soldiers from WWI extracted from the linked web site. There are records linked to each soldier.

WWI Jewish Servicemen Volhynia
A list of 674 names and additional data of WWI Jewish Servicemen from Volhynia - in Russian

Holocaust Documents
Krasilov and Starokonstantinov - Ghettos accounts, Eye Witness Statements, Manivtsy and Orlintsy articles, and Ukrainian "Book of Sorrow"

Chevra Tiferes Israel Anshei Krasilov Krasilov Landsmanshaft from NYC

Krasilov Street Map 1941  Supplied by Israel Zak
Krasilov Families Stories & Pictures
  Cosover Family Sandler Steigman Unknown Old
              picture Sheinman Maizlish Preygerzon Bromnick Stories and Pictures

Fay Furman Speiser memories
Audio recording of life in Krasilov and coming to USA. Left Krasilov in 1919, to USA via Cuba.

Meema Basia's Story
"MeeMa Basia, Partisan and Hero of the Soviet Union"

Basia's Story Part 2
"Basia Tenzer - Her Victory over Death"


Manivtsy Mass Grave Visit 1947
Manivtsy Mass Grave ceremony 2018 and 2021visit
1947 picture supplied by Mira Barenfeld Feldman Manivtsy 1947.
2018 and 2021 pictures from Nikolay Pekarsky
Krasilov, a Shtetl in Podolia Article written by E. Sheinman for a St. Petersburg Jewish Newspaper (article in Russian) with translation to English of first four paragraphs.

Krasilov History Articles in Yalkut Vohlin
1945 and 1946 articles published in Yalkut Vohlin

Trip to Ukraine Summer 2000

Trip report and phographs by Joan Adler and Bobby Furst. Section about Krasilov.

Krasilov Pictures Summer 2003
Proskurov/Khmelnitsky pictures, Pogrom of 1919, NYC Zion congregation, Emigrants, families, cemetery etc.


Facebook Page - Jewish Krasilov web site mostly in Russian with some articles in English. Site by Nikolay Pekarskiy - Микола Пекарський

Mass grave monuments near Manivtsy. Link to 2013 visits, also Manivtsy 1947
The refurbished monuments - how they looked May-Oct 2016 and map showing relative locations. Pictures by Nikolay Perkarsky. See also

Nathan Gimelfarb web site. Born (in 1924) and raised in Krasilov. Some explanations in English, stories of his life in Russian.

JewishGen Home Page

JewishGen Databases

JewishGen Ukraine Database
Some of the databases included are: JewishGen Family Finder (JGFF), JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR), JewishGen Holocaust Database, Vsia Rossiia Business Directories and much more!

JewishGen Family Finder (JGFF)

JewishGen KehilaLinks Directory

JewishGen Ukraine Regional SIG

Jewish Records Indexing Poland (JRI-PL)

JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR)

JewishGen Yizkor Book Project

Yad Vashem and Shoah Victims Database

Steve Morse web site - Great search engines and help functions

RTR Foundation

RTR Town/Locality/Shtetl Search

Wikipedia - Krasilov/Krasyliv

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