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on the history of the Jewish community
in what is today Lyakhovichi, Belarus    

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This site is created as a way to further research and publication of materials on the history of Lyakhovichi.If you have been aided in your research and wish to contribute materials and resources to further our knowledge, contact Gary Palgon and ask how you can help.

This site is hosted at no cost by JewishGen, Inc., the Home of Jewish Genealogy. If you have been aided in your research by this site and wish to further our mission of preserving our history for future generations, your JewishGen-erosity is greatly appreciated.


References and Citations across the Lyakhovichi Website
by Deborah Glassman, copyright 2008


To view other pages in our Index category, click the "Indices" button in the left hand column

Lyakhovichi Annotations

We now have over two hundred and fifty pages on our site in and it is appropriate that researchers, contributors, and the user community, have a place to cite both the references used in creating the material on our pages, and sources that further support or indicate new problems in the research. But annotating two hundred and fifty pages composed of many separate articles and tables does not come quickly and this page may take a while to cover many of the existing pages. Here is a landing page for them as they become available. Some of my correspondents who are wikipedia minded have started the process and I hope to be able to start adding these documents soon.


Important Notes about This Page

All names on this page were included in Surname Index Nov 2009

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