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Богдан Хмельницький

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Село належало до Дуклянського деканату Перемиської єпархії.

Mshana [Ru] Mszana [Polish]

Krosno District, present day SE Poland

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

Bankowski / Bankovs'kyj

Barycki / Baryts'kyj

Bidnik / Biennik / Bidnyk

Bobko

Broda (3 families)

Brodyk / Brodzik (2 families)

Bugiel / Bugel' (2 families)

Wasenko / Wasienko / Vasenko (3 families)

Weselak / Veseljak

Wityk / Vityk

Wodzik / Vodzik (2 families)

Gaydoz / Gaydosh

Chardysz / Hardysh (5 families)

Glowa / Glova (3 families)

Horysz / Horysh

Hrabskyj / Grabski / Chrabski / Hrabs'kyj

Groziak / Grozjak (4 families)

Hruby / Chruby / Hrubyj (2 families)

Dzwonik / Dzvonyk

Dziura / Dzjura (4 families)

Druciarz / Drotar / Drutar / Drotar (2 families)

Dudara

Durak (2 families)

Zuber / Zhuber

Zajac / Zajats' (2 families)

Zdzieba / Zdzyeba (3 families)

Kaliczyk / Kalichyk

Kaminski / Kamienski / Kamins'kyj (2 families)

Kania / Kanja

Kapuciak / Kaputsjak

Kaszczak / Kashchak

Klim / Klym

Kondraczak / Kondrachak

Kostyk / Koscik / Kostyk (3 families)

Kostko / Kostka (2 families)

Kurycia / Kurcia / Kurytsja

Kuczwara / Koczwara / Koszwara / Kuchvara (2 families)

Lipowski / Lypovs'kyj (2 families)

Malar / Maliar / Malarz / Maljar

Malo / Mal'o

Mardyniak / Mardynjak

Macio / Mats'o

Miseczko / Misieczko / Misechko

Panko

Papayla / Papajla (2 families)

Parylak / Paryljak (2 families)

Petrusik / Petrusyk

Pyrtko / Pirtko / Pyrdko / Pyrtko

Platko

Plowik / Plovyk

Ratycia / Ratytsja (2 families)

Sawinowski / Savynovs'kyj

Sawiniak / Sawinik / Savynjak (4 families)

Sydoryk (2 families)

Smerecki / Smerets'kyj

Smolak / Smoljak (2 families)

Sowiak / Sov'jak (2 families)

Solina / Solyna

Surzycia / Surzhytsja (2 families)

Fedak (3 families)

Fil / Fill / Fil' (2 families)

Chaladyi / Chaladziey / Khaladij (2 families)

Capik / Tsapyk

Czekela / Czkela / Chekela

Czerniecki / Chernets'kyj

Czesak / Chesak (2 families)

Szeszota / Sheshota

Jakimik / Jakymyk (5 families)

Parish Data: [from Blazejowskyj and Iwanusiw]

The church was «Dormition of the Blessed Virgin Mary» [1856] [destroyed]

The wooden church was renovated in 1923 and replaced an even older wooden church and was visited in 1833 by Bishop Snihurs'kyj

The village is first mentioned on MArch 10, 1530 in the acts of the city of Krakow.

In 1785 the village lands comprised 18.87 sq km. There were 808 Greek Catholics 10 Roman Catholics and 7 Jews

1840 – 1096 Greek Catholics

1859 – 836 Greek Catholics

1879 – 969 Greek Catholics

1899 – 1029 Greek Catholics

1926 – 1479 Greek Catholics

1936 – 18 Greek Catholics – village turned to Orthodoxy

In 1936 there were 1213 Ortodox and 4 Jews in the area

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

Filial parish located in SMERECHNE 2 km

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