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IZYASLAV: : Izyaslav, Zaslav, Zaslov, Zasław, Izyaslavl', Zaslavl, Iziaslav, Isjaslav, Izjasław PDF Print E-mail

ALTERNATE NAMES: IZYASLAV [UKR], ZASLAV [RUS], ZASLOV [YID], ZASŁAW [POL], IZYASLAVL', ZASLAVL, IZIASLAV, ISJASLAV, IZJASŁAW. 50°07' N, 26°48' E, 42 MILES SE OF RIVNE (ROVNO), 48 MILES E OF KREMENETS.[Not Zaslav, NW of Minsk (Zaslavl', now Zaslawye, Belarus).

Russian source with photos: "Zaslauye - During Rzeczpospolita city of Volyn province, Kremenetsk district.Hmelnichniny In an era here already existed significant Heb. community. When news of the siege Polonnoye Cossacks and Tatars, says Nathan Hannover (see), the Jews fled from Z. Some went to gg. Ostrog and Mezhirich (among them, and Hanover). By taking these Polonnoye they left the city and went along with the Jews Jail in Dubno.Cossacks defeated Z. and killed up to 200 Jews (and patients returning from the nearest forest fugitives), who asked to be killed by Jews. cemetery Jews were gathered in the cemetery lodge and there put to death, and then the house was burned, the same synagogue was destroyed and turned into a stable. As everywhere in the Volyn region, community and Z. later revived in the 18th century. was quite significant. In 1708 she suffered a new defeat by Cossack troops. - According to the census in 1765 in Old Town - 2,047 Jews., In New - 760 in the seats. Belogrudke 100 and in neighboring villages - 984; throughout kagals thus 3.891 Jew. Among the rabbis of the 18th century. especially known David Tevle. Nowadays - the county town of Volyn province. Trade and industr. the importance of local Jews. population at the turn of the 19th century. seen from the following figures: Years 1797 and 1805, respectively Christians merchants 4 (1797), 1 (1805) The Jewish merchants 44 (1797), 16 (1805) Christians commoners - (1797), 8 (1805) The Jewish tradesmen 1623 (1797), 2120 (1805) In 1847, the county had the following "Jewish society": Zaslavskoye - 6,107 souls; Slavutske - 1.958; Sudilkovskoe - 1.207; Labunskaya - 1.192; Shepetovskaya - 1.042; Gritsovskoe - 1.194; Belogorodetskoe - 1.066 ; Kornitskoe - 345. In 1897, the county inhabitants. over 200 thousand, among whom Jews. 27,772, including Z.: inhab. 12,611 of them Jews. 5,998. Among the settlements in the county, in whom at least 500 people, the Jews are presented in the greatest percentage: m Bilogorodka - inhabitants. 5,438, including Jews. 1.846;m Gritsev - 1,011 and 979; m Kornitsa - 1,251 and 517, p. Mikhl - 1.438 and 311;Slavuta - 8.454 and 4.891; m Sudilkov - 5.551 and 2.712; Chernyatin Great - 1,555 and 254; m Schepetovka - 8.033 and 3.880. in 1909 Z.: Talmud Torah, male, female and mixed. private school. Jewish Encyclopedia of Brockhaus and Efron During the Nazi occupation, killing more than 3,000 Jews Izjaslava. For 2013, the number of the Jewish community of about 50 people. Detailed photos" [Mar 2014]
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Daniel Kazez has a copy of the Kadisha (Burial Society) records for 1785 to 1860. "The good news is that the documents (14 large pages) include a detailed description of elements of community life..." He has translations. [13 September 2000 on JewishGen Digest]


 

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