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Українські пам’ятки

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Богдан Хмельницький

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Належало до Грибівського деканату Перемиської єпархії.

Izby – Wieś w dolinie rzeki Białej u podnóża granicznego grzbietu Karpat. W jej pobliżu wznosi się Lackowa, najwyższa góra Beskidu Niskiego. Wieś lokowana w 1547 r. posiada zabytkowy kościół z 1888 r. Na wzgórzu jeszcze kilka lat temu widniały pozostałości obozu konfederatów barskich z 1770 r., zwane Basztą.

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Jizby [Ru] Izby [Polish]

Grybow District, present day SE Poland

Lemko Surnames cited by Krasovs'kyj from 1787 Austrian Cadastral Records

Andreyczak / Andrejchak

Baluk / Balak / Baljuk ( 2 families)

Betley / Betlej

Bilicznianski / Bielicznianski / Bilychnjans'kyj ( 3 families)

Bortniak / Bartniak / Bortnjak

Brejan / Breyan/ Brean (3 families)

Brylinski / Brylyns'kyj ( 2 families)

Waniw / Wanil / Vaniv

Hardosz / Hordosz / Hardosh ( 5 families)

Hunczak / Hun'chak

Dalniak / Dal'njak

Duda

Kalakuka ( 2 families)

Kwoka / Kvoka ( 3 families)

Kwiatonczyk /Kvjaton'chyk

Klecha / Klekha

Koban

Kowal / Koval

Kozowski / Kozovs'kyj ( 2 families)

Kosowski / Kossowski / Kosovs'kyj ( 2 families)

Krynicki / Krynyts'kyj ( 4 families)

Mazelan / Mazeljan

Maciejowski / Matsejovs'kyj ( 5 families)

Mysz / Mysh ( 2 families)

Moskwa / Moskva ( 2 families)

Mochnacki / Mokhnats'kyj

Pawuk / Pauk / Pavuk ( 3 families)

Petryk ( 3 families)

Plaski / Plaskyj

Plaskon / Plaskon' ( 9 families)

Powrozny / Povroznyj

Swiatkowski / Swiatkowski / Svjatkovs'kyj

Staranczak / Staranchak

Suchan / Sukhan

Sucheniak / Sukhenjak

Federycz / Federic / Federych

Frycki / Fryts'kyj ( 2 families)

Cymbalista / Tsymbalista

Cymbalak / Tsymbaljak (4 families)

Ciachala / Tsjakhala

Czuwalik / Chuvalyk ( 2 families)

Szeptak / Sheptak

Jadlosa / Jodlosz / Jadlosh

Parish Data: [from Blazejowskyj and Iwanusiw]

Church was «Saint Luke the Evangelist» [1888] [still standing]

The masonry church replaced an older wooden church. A 4 room rectory was built in 1840.

There is mention of a parish in 1682 when the Bishop of Krakow donated a mill to the priest. Until WW-I there was a large bell here that was dated 1325 – its whereabouts are unknown.

In 1785 the village lands comprised 16.22 sq km. There were 525 Greek Catholics 15 Roman Catholics and 9 Jews

1840 – 738 Greek Catholics

1859 – 704 Greek Catholics

1879 – 612 Greek Catholics

1899 – 710 Greek Catholics

1926 – 804 Greek Catholics

1936 – 0 Greek Catholics entire village switched to Orthodoxy

In 1936 there were 1,000 Orthodox 30 Roman Catholics and 4 Jews

The village was incorporated in to the Lemko Apostolic Administration in 1934

Filial church located in BILYCHNA 3 km away

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