Marijampole, Lithuania


Jewish Community of Marijampole

Lithuanian Jews../Memel/Lithuanian_Jews.html
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Background Information
Click for Article on Mariampol, Lithuania by Joseph Rosin 
English edited by Fania Hilelson-Jivotovsky

Preserving our Litvak Heritage
Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities. Lithuania

Searchable Databases
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Background Information
See Articles written by Sunnie Gordon

Anecdotal material
Click here for Lova Rabinovich's account of his 2 year trek by foot from Russia to Israel in 1927-1929. 
Lova was a native of Mariampol, a descendent of the Mevzos family.

The original ShtetlLinks site compiled by the late Joseph Rosin z”l and webmaster Joel Alpert.
It was originally created on 1 November 2003 and last updated on 15 June 2009.
Joseph Rosin../Memel/Joseph_Rosin.html
About MarijampoleWiki.html

Marijampolė [Lith], Kapsukas [Lith, 1956-89], Mariampol [Rus, Yid], Maryampol [Pol], Marijampole [Latv], Mariampole, Marjampol

Russian: Марьямполь / Мариамполь.

In SW Lithuania, 32 miles SW of Kaunas (Kovno), 36 miles NNE of Suwałki (Suvalk). Called Капсукас Kapsukas, 1956-89.

Jewish Population: 3,268 (in 1897), 2,545 (in 1923)


Marjampol, Marjampol uyezd, Suwałki gubernia, Russian Empire


Marijampolė, Marijampolė apskritis, Lithuania

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