Mirošov (German: Miröschau) is a town in Western Bohemia, the Czech Republic (Plzeň Region, Rokycany District), 7 km southeast of Rokycany, 457 m. above sea level. Mirošov is located on the Skořický potok Stream that is joined by Příkosický potok Stream in the town's territory. In the east large forested complex of Brdy hills begins, its highest elevations being Tok (864 m. above sea-level) and Praha (862 m. above sea-level). Brdy hills reach to the proximity of Mirošov with elevation of Záborčí (569 m. above sea-level). 2 km southeast from Mirošov lies a settlement of Myť. This small village is under administration of Mirošov.
A search of the International Jewish Cemetery Project files failed to find any record of a cemetery at this location.
Yad Vashem lists about 30 people from towns named Mirosov, but some of these towns are not the town that this project refers to but are other similar named towns in other locations. The main towns/cities nearby are Plezen, Pibram and Prague.
JewishGen town finder list of people interested in this town reveals only one or two researchers.
Jewish Gen and Jewish Records Indexing project do not have any data on this town.
The records listed on the Juden em Deutschen Reich site do not have any people from this town listed.
Steinheim Institute list of Rabbis does not have any information on this town.