THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF VELIKIYE LUKI (until 1917)
(Unfortunately, the links are no longer viable)
In the Jewish history of this area of Pskov, the publication included the names of a few Jews who lived or worked in the area. The information was based on “The People of the Torah. Central Jewish Resource Sem-40"
Zalman BERLIN, Meyer Izrailevich GIMEYN (tradesman/watchmaker from Vitebsk), Wolf Girshovich SVIRON (tradesman from Vilna), Izotov SOMINSKII Davidovich (converted Jew), Iosel MINTZ (Orsha), Abram MovshevicheYAGUDIN/AGUDINE (his son was Leib), David/Davyd Solomon GOTTHILF/GOTGILF, Wolf AharonovitchVYAZMENSKAYA/VAZMENSKIJ/VAZMENSKOGO ( brother was Moses ), Simon Sejdin Xai (son-in-law of Vyazmenskaya), Shaya Berkowitz BERLIN, Nahum Davidovich MARGOLIES, Zalman Abramovich
FRUNBERG, Abram Yankelevich LEBEDEV, Sora-Rivka KRYVOSEVSKAYA, Yankel FREJDZON/FREIDSON (watchmaker), Rafail/Raphael GINZBURG, Gertsyk/Gercyka/Gercik VYAZMENSKAYA (went to U. of Berlin), Tauba Ioselevna PONIZOVSKY, Samuel Abramov YAGUDIN, Lev Alexandrov RABINOWITZ/RABINOVICH, GLEZERMAN (tobacco), DAVYDOV (watches), Shmarev Erukhimov SHEYDINA/SEJDINA, R. BORODULIN, ___ Mordukhovich BEROVA, Rabbi F. Ya. IZRAELSON, I. ALEKSANDR,
M SUNDAKOV, [Tskhakaia-Reuben Girshovich] ALEXANDER.
LUTSK, DOBRYSHA, FRADIN, KRUPA, BAMUNERA, GOPPA, OLKENITSKOGO, ZION, YAHISHA, RUBIN, GOBOVICH, FEIGIN, FAYGENBLYUM, TZMBAL, HANINA, GELDMAN, GREENSON,
ILYASHEVYM, GORDIN, LEVINTOV, TSEHNOVITSERY, AMITAI, BELENKY, IOFIS,
DREINDEL,CROUP, LERMAN, SUTKIN, NEIMAN, LERNER, GALATSER, DAVIDSON,
KAPLAN, ZOELLICK, CHESNEY, BORJA, RIVLIN, BORHOVU, ROSENBERG,
NEUMANN, RUMELIA/RUMMEL, ZILBER, TYNYANOV, KAVERIN, LURY,
KACZERGINSKI, GRODZINSKY, et al.