Alternate names: Miłosław [Pol], Miloslaw [Ger], Liebenau [Ger, 1939-43], Liebenstädt [Ger, 1943-45]. 52°12' N, 17°30' E, 27 miles ESE of Poznań (Posen), 9 miles SSW of Września (Wreschen). Jewish population: 403 (in 1871), 44 (in 1921). Slownik Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego (1880-1902), VI, p. 439: "Miłosław". Normal 0 Gmina Miłosław is an urban-rural administrative district in Września County, Greater Poland Voivodeship in west-central Poland with its seat in the town of Miłosław, 16 km (10 mi) SW of Września and 45 km (28 mi) SE of the regional capital Poznań. The 2006 total population was 10,266 (of which the town of Miłosław amounts to 3,589). Apart from the town of Miłosław, Gmina Miłosław contains the villages and settlements of Bagatelka, Białe Piątkowo, Biechówko, Biechowo, Bugaj, Chlebowo, Chrustowo, Czeszewo, Czeszewo-Budy, Franulka, Gorzyce, Kębłowo, Kozubiec, Książno, Lipie, Mikuszewo, Nowa Wieś Podgórna, Pałczyn, Rudki, Skotniki and Szczodrzejewo. [June 2009]
US Commission No. POCE000439
Miloslaw is located in Poznan at 17º29 52º12, 50 km from Poznan. Cemetery location: 1 km S. Present town population is 1,000-5,000 without Jews.
1921 Jewish population (census) was 44 (1.8%). Orthodox and Conservative Jews used this cemetery, 1 km from congregation. The isolated suburban flat land has no sign or marker. Reached by crossing the state agricultural farm Alternate name: Bugaj, access is open to all without wall or gate. There are no gravestones or structures. One removed stone is at Mz. Poglodzinski. Municipality owns site. Properties adjacent are forest. The cemetery was vandalized during WWII. No maintenance or care. Security and vegetation are very serious threats.
Pniewski Slawomir, ul. Prybyszewskiego 41/1 completed survey Aug 1991. Site not visited; no interviews.
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