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Vanivka [Ru] Weglowka [Polish]

Krosno District, present day SE Poland

Lemko Surnames found in 1787 Austrian Cadastral Records

Antonik / Antonyk

Bielizna / Bilyzna (2 families)

Bil / Biel / Bil'

Wayda / Vajda (3 families)

Woroniak / Voronjak (2 families)

Gidziak / Gydzjak

Godzik (8 families)

Gromko (4 families)

Gudziak / Gudzjak (2 families)

Huczwa / Huczfa / Huchva (2 families)

Dolowski / Dolovs'kyj

Dudiak / Dudjak

Zajac / Zajats' (4 families)

Zgrzebniak / Zgrivnjak

Zlotnicki / Zlotnyts'kyj (4 families)

Karmazyn (2 families)

Koleyka / Kolejka

Konarski / Konars'kyj

Kunka / Kunko (6 families)

Kupczak / Kupchak

Kurylak / Kuryljak (4 families)

Kuscik / Kustsyk (2 families)

Laniak / Layniak / Lanjak (2 families)

Lewczak / Levchak (4 families)

Makara

Mamczak / Mamchak

Motowidlak / Motyvydljak (6 families)

Naczas / Nachas (3 families)

Oleniak / Olenjak (4 families)

Olejar / Olear / Olejarz / Olejar (3 families)

Orszak / Arczak / Orshak (4 families)

Patyk (2 families)

Paclawski / Patslavs'kyj

Peyko / Peiko / Pejko

Pierog / Pirog / Pyrig (2 families)

Potoyka / Potojka (3 families)

Prebendarczyk / Prebendarchyk

Prystasz / Przystasz / Przysztasz / Prystash

Prokop (2 families)

Prokopik / Prokopyk (6 families)

Promka (3 families)

Rysik / Rysyk

Serwin / Servyn (2 families)

Swierczko / Svirchko

Skornicki / Skornyts'kyj

Smagula (3 families)

Spas (4 families)

Tereszczak / Tereshchak (3 families)

Flak / Fljak

Chomiak / Homiak / Khom'jak (2 families)

Czornosz / Czarnosz / Chornosh (2 families)

Szlichtyn / Shlikhtyn

Szopiak / Shop'jak (2 families)

Szuflat / Szuflad / Shuflat (2 families)

Jurczyszyn / Jurciszyn / Jurchyshyn

Jabczanik / Jabchanyk

Janusz / Janush (3 families)

Jaroma (3 families)

Parish Data:

The church was «Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary» [1898] [still standing]

The masonry church was built in 1898 and replaced a wooden church that was built circa 1600. In 1853-1854 there was a famine that caused many people to die of starvation.

In 1785 the village lands comprised 21.22 sq km There were 1055 Greek Catholics 45 Roman Catholics and 22 Jews

1840 – 1847 Greek Catholics

1859 – 1213 Greek Catholics

1879 – 1370 Greek Catholics

1899 – 1681 Greek Catholics

1926 – 2133 Greek Catholics

1936 – 1203 Greek Catholics

The village was incorporated into the Lemko Apostolic Administration in 1934

In 1936 there were 56 Roman Catholics 3 Orthodox and 1 Jew

The villages of KOROSNO (13 km) AND ODRYKON (3 km) away were served by the priest

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