Tuzyn - XXIX-21


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Тучин  Tuchin [Rus, Ger], Tuczyn [Pol], Tutshin [Yid], Tuchyn [Ukr], Tuczyn Nowy, Tutchin-Kripah, Tutshin-Kripeh, Tutchin-Krippe, Tutsin,


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

Povet. In 1765 there were 514 Jews.

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

consisted of 1,180 souls. According to the 1897 census, there were 3,753 inhabitants, among them 2,535 Jews.


Гоща  Hoshcha [Ukr], Goshcha [Rus], Hoszcza [Pol], Hoshtch [Yid], Gosca, Goschtscha, Hoshch, Hosht, Osht  

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Brockhaus-Efron Jewihs Encyclopedia  Goshcha is a town in the Ostrog district of the Volyn province. in 1847 “Goshchanskoe Heb. society"

numbered 338 souls; in 1897 there were 2,091 inhabitants, of which 884 were Jews.


Горингрод  Horyn'hrad [Ukr], Goryn'grad [Rus], Horyńgród [Pol], Kripa [Yid], Horyngrad Krupa, Goryngrud, Goringrod,

Horyńgród Pierwszy, Horyn'hrad Pershyi  

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Brockhaus-Efron Jewish Encyclopedia  Gorringrod - a place in Rovensk uezd, Volynsk province. In 1847 "Goringrod Jewish society" was

316 souls; in 1897 there were 1,936 inhabitants, of which 540 were Jews.


Александрия  Oleksandriya [Ukr], Aleksandriya [Rus], Aleksandria [Pol, Yid], Aleksandriia, Aleksandrija, Olexandrija, Aleksandrya,

Aleksandri, Leksandrye  

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Глинки  Hlynky [Ukr], Glinki [Rus, Pol]  

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