Lakhovtsy - XXXII-21


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Ляховцы  Bilohir'ya [Ukr], Belogor'ye [Rus, since 1944], Lakhovtsy [Rus, before 1944], Lachovitz [Yid], Lachowce [Pol], Lyakhovtsy,

Liachovitz, Lachowcy  

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Brockhaus-Efron Jewish Encyclopedia   Lyakhovtsy (Lachovce) - in the era of the Commonwealth, the city of Volyn

Voivodeship, Kremenets Povet. In the early years of the 18th century the Jews of L., together with other townsfolk, suffered greatly from the

raids of the Cossack, Swedish and Russian troops. Representatives of the townspeopleand Jews reported on 5 December, 1708 about the

complete destruction of the city. In 1765, there were 589 Jews in L., 49 in the neighboring town of Kornitsa, and 222 in the surrounding villages.

Now (1906-13) - the town of Volyn province., Ostroh district. According to the revision of 1847 “Lyakhovets Hebrew. society"

consisted of 1,131 souls. According to the 1897 census in L. there were 5,401, of which 1,384 were Jews.


Теофиполь   Teofipol [Rus, Ukr], Teofilpol [Pol], Tchan [Yid], Tiofipol, Kamień Czowhański, Czołański, Czołhański, Chan  

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Brockhaus-Efron Jewish Encyclopedia  Teofipol (Teofilpol), Chuvgan, Cholkhan - in the era of the Commonwealth, a town of Volyn

Voivodeship, Kremenets Povet. Being in the sphere of influence of the Kremenets kahal, T., according to the decision of the congress

of the Volyn synagogue, in Korets in 1758, received the rights of the kahal, and the Jews of the surrounding villages were subordinate

to it. In 1765 there were 516 Jews in T. and these villages. - Cf .: Regests, vol. III (printed); Liczba 1765, in Arch. kom. hist., VIII.

Now (1906-13, Jews call Tchaan) - a place in the Volyn province, Starokonstantinovsky district. According to the revision of 1847,

the "Teofipolis Jewish Society" consisted of 1,712 souls. According to the 1897 census, there were 4,484 inhabitants in T., among them

2,914 Jews. There are (1910) private Heb. men's school and private Heb. women's school.