The population of Mykhailivka village (Buryn district, Sumy region) suffered from Holodomor-Genocide of 1932-1933. The names of 22 people were established, but the number of the Holodomor victims was much higher. In the village there is a mass burial place for the Holodomor victims on the territory of the former peasant cemetery. It was located to the north of the Buryn-Boschivka route, passing through the village, as well as to the east of the former village club and the Trinity Church (which was destroyed by the Soviet authorities).
The mass burial place of the Holodomor victims was destroyed by the Soviet authorities in 1962. At this place there is now the usual field.