Grodno, Belarus

 

Jewish Community of Grodno

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Coordinates: 53°40′N 23°50′E

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Hrodna, Belarus


Grodno [Pol, Rus], Grodne [Yid], Hrodna [Bel], Gardinas [Lith], Garten [Ger], Hurodno [Yid], Horodne


Russian: Гродно. Belarusian: Гродна. Yiddish: גראָדנע

Capital of Grodno gubernia, 1801-1917.


Jewish Population in 1900: 22,684


1900: 

Grodno, Grodno uyezd, Grodno gubernia, Russian Empire

1930: 

Grodno, Grodno powiat, Białystok województwo, Poland

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Searchable Databases & additional information


  1. Find other researchers for your shtetl by searching JGFF Town Search (2433 Matches)

  2. Search Yad Vashem

  3. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

  4. Search Belarus SIG

  5. Check the Cemetery Database

  6. elirab.me


  1. Yizkor Books (3):

    1. Grodno (Jerusalem, 1973) 

    2. Kovets Grodna-Zaml-heft Grodne (Tel Aviv, 1958)

    3. Kehilat Grodna u-sevivatah bi-tekufat milhemet ha-olam ha-sheniya u-vi-tekufat ha-shoa, 1939-1944 (Jerusalem, 1995)


  2. JOWBR: Nemenskaya Cemetery

  3. JewishGen-erosity Projects (2):

    1. Grodno Uezd

    2. Grodno Archives Research Projects


  

Other web sites:

Wiesenthal Center

Jewish Family History

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