All Poland Database
searches several databases for shtetl records. If you are not a JewishGen user, you must
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You may find some additional Krystynopol records at the
Routes to Roots Foundation
. Enter "Chervonograd" in the town name search box.
This is another
history of Krystynopol
which has been translated from Hebrew. The source is
Pinkas Hakehillot Polin
, Volume II, pages 494 to 495.
Mr. Logan Kleinwaks has developed an excellent
for some online historical directories. The Poland and Danzig business directories are especially helpful.
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Mały król na Rusi i jego stolica Krystynopol
, written in 1939, is a history of Krystynopol that concentrates on the Potocki family. This is a large download (66 MB).
This web site
outlines the family tree of Rabbi Meir Kristianpoller (1740-1815), the
Av Beit Din
of Krystynopol and Brody.
Here is a
screenshot of a 1920s phone book entry
for frequently updated articles about Krystynopol. This is the
website through Google Translate
, and here is the
Krystynopol.info has a fine
article about the main synagogue
Learn more about Krystynopol:
This page was created by B. Hapner (
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). I am looking for more photographs, stories and information to post.