Coordinates: 49˚ 23' N, 28˚ 43' E
36 miles S of Berdichev
Nearest large city: Kiev - 108 miles NE
Ukrainian: Нова Прилука. Russian: Прилука Новая.
Ukrainian: Nova Pryluka Russian: Novaya Priluka
Not to be confused with Pryluky, Poltava gubernia
This website is dedicated to the families of Nova Pryluka, including that of my paternal grandfather Abraham Kessel>Kissilewsky>Kisilevskij, son of Ezra, son of Jacob Yankelovich.
Nova Pryluka, abutting Turbiv, in Vynnitska oblast/region, Ukraine today, was part of Berdichev administrative district/county, Kyev gubernia from 1845-1923. In 1897 there were 2,011 Jewish inhabitants and in 1926 there were 2,151. The town is divided into Nova (New) and Starya (Old) Pryluka.
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Map of Nova Pryluka in Vinnitsa gubernia, Ukraine
School in Nova Pryluka, Ukraine circa 1900
School in Nova Pryluka, Ukraine circa 1951
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Last Updated May 1, 2013
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