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Українські пам’ятки

Пам’ятай про великі дні наших Визвольних змагань

Богдан Хмельницький

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Бліхнарка с

Село належало до Горлицького деканату Перемиської єпархії.

Blechnarka – wies położona u źródeł Ropy, lokowana na prawie wołowskim. W jej okolocach mieli swoje okopy konfederaci barscy. Murowana cerkiew pw. śś. Damiana i Kosmy została zbudowana w 1801 r., pierwotnie grekokatolicka, obecnie prawosławna. Po akcji «Wisła» cerkiew zaniedbana, wyremontowana po powrocie Łemków w latach 1958-60. Wewnątrz polichromia i ikonostas z 1865 roku.

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BLICHNARKA [Ru] BLECHNARKA [Polish] aka Blikhnarka

Gorlice District, present day SE Poland

Lemko Surnames found in 1787 Austrian Cadastral Records

Andrycz / Andrych

Babey / Babej

Byszko / Byshko

Bibko

Wanko / Vanko

Warecha / Warycha / Varekha (3 families)

Girda / Hyrda

Gocz / Goch

Hryn / Chryn

Dziubalko / Dziubawko / Dziubalka / Dziugawka / Dzjuvalko

Dziubin / Dzjubyn (3 families)

Zydzik / Zhydzik / Zhydyk (2 families)

Zabala / Zabawa / (2 families)

Kondrat

Kopcza / Kopcha (2 families)

Lytwak / Wytwak / Lytvak (3 families)

Mikulak / Mykuljak

Mychalcow / Michalciow / Mykhal'chiv

Moszuryk / Moszurek / Moshuryk

Olejar / Olear / Olejarz

Palka / Pawka

Patrosz / Patrosh

Roman

Ruzyla / Ruzhywa / Ruzylo / Ruzhywo

Ryzyk / Ryzhyk (3 families)

Semanisko / Symanisko / Semanys'ko

Semaszyk / Semashyk

Seniuk / Senjuk

Siemianski / Sem'jans'kyj

Sokolicz / Sokolych (2 families)

Sysko (2 families)

Slota / Swota

Solar / Soljar (2 families)

Soroka / Sroka (2 families)

Sulko / Suwko (2 families)

Szayda / Shajda

Falak / Faljak

Fedak

Feclak / Fetsljak

Franciak / Frantsjak

Jucha / Jukha (3 families)

Parish Data:

Church was «Saints Kosmas and Damian» erected in 1801 [STILL STANDING]

This church was part of the parish in WYSOVA located 2 km away. At one time Blichnarka was an independent parish. On October 7, 1868 the villages of Wysova and Blichnarka purchased their lands from the landowner, Vladyslav Vojtsikovski through the efforts of Rev. Viktor Salamon. The church is now an Orthodox church.

In 1785 the village lands comprised 9.03 sq.km. There were 503 Greek Catholics 0 Roman Catholics and 7 Jews

1840 – 504 Greek Catholics

1859 – 464 Greek Catholics

1879 – 414 Greek Catholics

1899 – 450 Greek Catholics

1926 – 428 Greek Catholics

1936 – 400 Greek Catholics

The village was incorporated into the Lemko Apostolic Administration in 1934

Also served was the village of Vysivs'ka huta, 2km from Wysova. There was no church, just a chapel. In 1899 there were 83 Greek Catholics. In 1936 72

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