Jewish Colony No. 11
47° 44' / 36° 41'
Gorkaya house, 1904.
Memoirs of Yaakov Yelishevitch
Life Story of Shmuel Yelishevitch
At the end of 1885 there were 26 families in the colony
Extract from Piotr Arshinovs History of the Makhnovist Movement:
Jewish agricultural colony of Gor'kaya, near Aleksandrovsk.
The Makhnovist staff immediately set up a special commission to investigate this event. -
From the Hebrew Press:
Surnames from Russian State Archives of Ancient Acts (RGADA): (Fond 1308, series 5, files 1444, 1446, 1448, 1450, 1451) Arshinov, Asinovski, Belyanski, Blyakh, Bodna, Borok, Drozd, Eliosof, Freidenzon, Gimel (Himel?), Gordon, Goryanski, Gurevich, Gurbanov, Gutkin, Kantsan, Kleiman, Kroz, Lemkov, Lomovski, Meyerov, Meyerov, Mogaram, Nudel, Olevsan, Paikin, Perelman, Plinski, Rakhman, Sverdlov, Serkhel, Sladkov, Yelishevitch, Zelbet, Zlatkin,
Sources: WWWW, Avotaynu XIII/4/31
JGFF Researcher: Ronit Zadikov Borok, Yelishvitch, Gurbanov
Research Contact: Chaim