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Богдан Хмельницький

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Zavatka [Ru] Zawadka Rymanowska [Polish]

Sanok District, present day SE Poland

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

Adamczak / Adamchak (2 families)

Balanda / Bawanda

Balucianski / Bawucianski / Balutjans'kyj

Barna

Berezny / Bereszny / Berezhnyj

Bobik / Bobyk

Warhol / Warchil / Varkhol (2 families)

Watula / Watuwa / Vatula

Wowk / Vovk

Halayka / Hawayka / Halajka

Galanda / Gawanda

Glowa / Gwowa / Glova (2 families)

Gmitrejko / Dmytrejko (6 families)

Hnat / Gnat (2 families)

Gonos (3 families)

Horoszczak / Horosczak / Choroszczak / Horoshchak

Graniczny / Granychynyj (2 families)

Gresko / Gres'ko (3 families)

Hryneyko / Ryneyko / Hrynejko (3 families)

Grozio / Grodzio / Groz'o (2 families)

Hromczatyn / Hromchatyn

Hufry / Hufrij (2 families)

Danczak / Danchak

Dolinski / Dolyns'kyj

Zahanicz / Zahanych (5 families)

Zozula / Zazula / Zozula (3 families)

Kawka / Kauka / Kavka (2 families)

Kit / Kot

Kobela / Kobiela / Kobelja (5 families)

Kolyska

Kochan / Kokhan

Krysa

Kundrat

Kuchta / Kukhta

Lazor (2 families)

Leszko / Leshko

Macura / Matsura

Niemczyk / Nimchyk (2 families)

Ozoga / Ozhoga (2 families)

Oszczep / Oshchep (2 families)

Pazdzierak / Pazdirak (2 families)

Patenczak / Patenchak

Pelo / Pello / Pel'o (4 families)

Peteyko / Petejko

Petenko (2 families)

Petrycki / Petrocki / Petryts'kyj

Pyryn (3 families)

Pudlik / Pudlyk

Raitar / Reitar (2 families)

Ratko (3 families)

Ryczyszyn / Rychyshyn

Roman

Swiatko / Swietko / Svjatko

Sydor / Sidor

Storozka/ Storoszka / Storozhka

Tyrpak (2 families)

Tkacz / Tkach (3 families)

Turko

Turok / Turek

Uluta / Uljuta

Fecko / Fets'ko

Fric / Fryts (2 families)

Chomiak / Homiak / Khom'jak

Cwihar / Cwigar / Tsvihar

Colak / Tsoljak

Czarny / Chornyj

Czorniszyn / Chornyshyn

Szmayda / Shmajda (2 families)

Szczerba / Shcherba (3 families)

Juszczak / Jushchak

Jacura / Jatsura (2 families)

Parish Data: [from Blazejowskyj and Iwanusiw]

Church was «Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary» [1885] [still standing].

The church was renovated in 1931. The last pastor of the village was killed by the Poles. The church is now used by Poles.

The parish existed already in 1566 when the Roman Catholic Bishop of Peremyshl permitted o. Vartolomej Liskovac'kyj to purchase land for it. In 1583 the donation of another piece of property was confirmed. Until 1720 the village was a filial parish to KAMJANKA.

In 1785 the village lands comprised 12.24 sq km. There were 165 Greek Catholics 85 Roman Catholics and 14 Jews

1840 – 1140 Greek Catholics

1859 – 994 Greek Catholics

1879 – 1060 Greek Catholics

1899 – 1010 Greek Catholics

1926 – 1109 Greek Catholics

1936 – 1150 Greek Catholics

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

In 1936 there were 1 Roman Catholics 4 Jews and 2 Orthodox

Filial parish located in KAMJANKA 4 km away

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