Chudnov - XXXI-25

  • Year: 1909
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Чуднов  Chudniv [Ukr], Chudnov [Rus, Yid], Cudnów [Pol], Tshidnev, Tschudnow, Tshudenov, Cudnov, Cudniv, Chudnow, Czudnow  

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Brockhaus-Efron Jewish Encyclopedia  Chudnov - in the era of the Commonwealth, a place in the Kiev province, Zhytomyr district. Jews are

found here at the beginning of the 18th century, if not earlier. In 1756, the townspeople attacked the Jews who were fleeing to Ch. because of

the peasant unrest. In 1765 in Chudn. There were 1283 Jews in the Kagale and its parishes.

Now - (1906-13) the town (mestechko) of Volyn province., Zhytomyr district. According to the revision of 1847, the "Chudnov Jewish

community" consisted of 2,623 souls. According to the 1897 census, there were 5,580, among them 4,491 Jews. There are (1910) Jewish

schools: two private women's schools, one private men's school, and a Talmud Torah.


Пятки  Pyatka [Ukr], Piatka [Rus], Pyatke [Yid], Piątka [Pol], Pyatki, Pjatki, Pjatka  

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