Naomi Fatouros wrote:
But I confess I am a little confused, because "Where We Once Walked" hasan
entry for a "Zolotoy Potok" with these alternative spellings: "PotekZolti,"
"Potik," "Potok Zloti," "Potok Zloty," and"Zloti Potok," WWOW says it hada
pre-WW II Jewish population of 895 and that it is 75 kilometers northwestof
Chernovsty. Its map coordinates are 48'54/25'20.pre-
WWII Jewish population was only 7. It is 26 kilometers east southeast ofdifferent
ones. Or, it is possible that there was an older village that latervillage
and was given the same name. ( I think it was Alexander Sharon whorecently
explained a similar situation with regard to another village.)Naomi,
Just to clarify the issue.
Prior to WWII there were in Poland two separate towns located about 300
Town Potok Zloty was located in Tarnopol Province. Current town name in
Ukrainian is Zolotyy Potik and town is still the part of the Ternopil
Prewar town name Zloty Potok in Czestochowa region has not changed.