The following excerpts about Kremenets District towns are from:
Cohen, Chester G. (1989). Shtetl Finder: Jewish Communities in the 19th and early 20th centuries in the Pale of Settlement of Russia and Poland, and in Lithuania, Latvia, Galicia and Bukovina, with Names of Residents. Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc. Softcover, 8-1/2 x 11. 145 pages. ISBN: 1-55613-248-4.
Aleksnitz [Oleksinets] (p. 1)
Nowy Aleksiniec, E of Lvov
Located south of Kremenitz, next to the old town Aleksnitz, where in 1760 one of the first Hebrew presses in Russia was established. E.J. article Novy Oleksiniec.
Brezits (Velikiye Berezhtsy) (p. 10)
Berezcy, E of Lvov
Located west of and close to the city of Kremenitz. Early 19th century – A Hebrew press operated here. 20th century – About 25 Jewish families lived here before World War II.
Katerburg [Katerinovka] (p. 34)
Katerburg, E of Lvov
Located southeast of and close to Kremenitz. 1801 – Abraham Abli, rabbi of Katerinburg, died in Brody. He was a son of Yosef Yoski, author of Ohel Yosef. Kagan 7098.
Kremenitz (p. 43)
Kremenets, also Krzemieniec, NE of Lvov
1885 - Hamelitz printed a report from Zvi Prilutzki in Kremenitz. 1894 – Zvi Hirsh Prilutzki was local deputy for the Eretz Israel farmers and workers support association. World War I – The old cemetery was visited during the war by the writer S. An-Ski (author of the Dibbuk story) who was searching for gravestones of the relatives of a famous rabbi; he found and photographed them. The Nazis destroyed the old cemetery in World War II. Birthplace of Isaac Ber Levinson 1788-1860, writer, called founder of the enlightenment among the Jews in Russia. Memorial books Pinkas Kremenitz, 1954, and Kremenitz, Vizhgorodok, un Patchiev, 1965. E.J. article Kremenets. Kagan 7907.
Lanovitz [Lanovtsy] (p. 46)
Lanowce, E of Lvov
Located south of Kremenitz. Israel Zinberg 1873-1943, born in a village near Lanovitz, was an historian of Yiddish literature in Russia. Birthplace of Louis Miller, born 1887, who moved to the United States in 1906 and was a Yiddish author. Memorial book Lanovitz, 1970. Kagan 4235.
Pitcheyev, Potchayev (p. 73)
Pochayev, also Poczajow, NE of Lvov
Located southwest of and close to Kremenitz. Memorial book Pitchayever Yizkor Buch, 1960. Kagan 6536.
Radzivilov, Rodvil (p. 80)
Radziwillow, also Chervonoarmeysk, NE of Lvov
Located west of and close to Kremenitz. 1894 – Yakov Veitzer was local deputy for the Eretz Israel farmers and workers support association. Memorial book Radzivilov, 1966. E.J. article Radziwillow. Kagan 7963.
Vishnivitz (p. 112)
Wisnowiec, also Vishnevets, E of Lvov
Located south of and close to Kremenitz. Memorial book Vishnivitz. E.J. article Vishnevets. Kagan 2880.
Yampol (p. 119)
Yampol, E of Lvov
Located southeast of Kremenitz. Memorial book Irah Belhavot. Pinkas Yampola (Pelech Vohlin), 1963. Kagan 3961.