Stepan - XXVII-21

  • Year: 1904
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Stepan - XXVII-21

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Stepan - XXVII-21

 

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Степань  Stepan' [Rus, Ukr], Stepań [Pol], Stepyen [Yid], Stefan, Szczepan

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Brockhaus-Efron Jewish Encyclopedia  Stepan - in the era of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, a town in the Volyn Voivodeship,

Lutsk Povet, one of the oldest Volyn urban settlements. In 1765, there were 1,138 Jews in S. and surrounding villages. In S. a synagogue

in the Gothic style has been preserved. 

Nowadays (1910) it is a town in Volyn province, Rivne district. According to the revision of 1847, the “Stepan Jewish Society” consisted of 1,717

souls. According to the 1897 census, the population in S. was 5,137, among them 1,854 Jews.

 

Кричильск  Krichil'sk [Rus], Kryczylsk [Pol], Krychyl's'k [Ukr]  

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