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Jewish Families from Chervonograd, Ukraine or Krystynopol, Poland

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  • Oskar Leiblinger (deceased)
    Oskar LEIBLINGER: b. ? - d. ? N.B. Not 100% sure of this family relationship but looks likely ... Mention of completion of "Magister" at Lemberg University: ANNO, Pharmaceutische Presse, 1913-01-11,...
  • Alois Leiblinger (c.1845 - c.1908)
    Alois LEIBLINGER: b. circa 1846, ? - d. circa 10 Jan 1908, Krystynopol Information courtesy of various sources, including the following: Official registration of his own pharmacy in 1900: ANNO, Wien...
  • Adolf Finkel (b. - c.1942)
    Adolf Adolph FINKEL: b. ?, Krystynopol - unknown date, unknown location, HOLOCAUST Details of deportation and subsequent death courtesy of: Adolf Finkel was born in Krystynopol, Poland to Nisan an...
  • Hania Apisdorf (1892 - 1942)
    Hania Manja? APISDORF, née FINKEL: b. 15 June 1892, Krystynopol - d. 15 June 1942, Maly Trostinec, HOLOCAUST Details of deportation and subsequent death courtesy of: Vorname: Hania Nach...
  • Jitta Finkel (deceased)
    cf. Yad Vashem Pages of Testimony submitted for sons Adolf & Moshe ... * Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Jul 12 2018, 5:34:22 UTC

This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Chervonograd, Ukraine.

Alternate names: Chervonograd [Rus, since 1953], Chervonohrad [Ukr], Krystynopol [Pol, until 1953], Krasnipali [Yid], Krisnipolye [Ger], Czerwonohrad [Pol, since 1953], Kristinopol', Cervonohrad.

Chervonograd on Wikipedia

JewishGen Locality Page for Chervonograd, Ukraine

JewishGen Kehilalink for Chervonograd