Початкова сторінка

Прадідівська слава

Українські пам’ятки

Пімсти смерть великих лицарів

Богдан Хмельницький

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Село належало до Дуклянського деканату Перемиської єпархії.

Zyndranowa – Wieś w dolinie rz. Panna w Beskidzie Niskim. Osada założona przez rycerza Zyndrama z Maszkowic w XV w. Społeczne Muzeum Regionalne Kultury Łemkowskiej i Muzeum Pamięci Wojennej.

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Zandranova [Ru] Zyndranowa [Polish]

Krosno District, present day SE Poland

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

Bek

Blycha / Blykha

Wanca / Vantsa (3 families)

Gabala / Gabawa / Gabla (2 families)

Hamula / Hamuwa

Gynda / Ginda / Geda

Holuta / Holjuta (2 families)

Gocz / Goch

Husar / Chusar

Demus

Drymak

Dudyk / Dudik (2 families)

Jezuita / Jezuita

Kaplon

Kydala

Knysz / Knisz / Knysh

Kondrat

Kukiela / Kukela (3 families)

Lazorczyk / Lazorchyk (2 families)

Lusnia / Ljushnja

Madzey / Madzej (2 families)

Machelski / Makhel's'kyj

Macek / Matsek (2 families)

Osuch / Osukh (5 families)

Petryk (3 families)

Pilip / Pylyp (3 families)

Przybiliak / Prybyljak

Prochnawy / Prokhnavyj (3 families)

Rochaz / Rohach (2 families)

Rusnak

Sawczak / Szawczak / Savchak (2 families)

Skorodynski / Skorodyns'kyj

Sliwka / Slivka (2 families)

Telepko

Tymus

Tytko

Farbaniec / Farbanets'

Fedas (3 families)

Fecula / Fetsula (2 families)

Fuczyla / Fuchyla

Chomiak / Homiak / Khom'jak (2 families)

Copak / Tsopak

Ciura / Tsjura (2 families)

Czomeko / Chomko (4 families)

Szyika / Shyjka (2 families)

Szymko / Shymko (2 families)

Stochmal / Shtokhmal' (2 families)

Jawilak / Javyljak (7 families)

Parish Data: [from Blazejowskyj and Iwanusiw]

Saint Nicholas [1897] [still standing]

The wooden church , now destroyed replaced an older church dating to 1720. The first mention of a parish is from 1706 when the owner Sofija Zborowska donated the land to Ihnatij Pashnjans'kyj since the former property was confiscated by the family of the former pastor o. Vasyl' Barvin'sky who had died 6 years earlier.

In 1785 the village lands comprised 19.82 sq km. There were 618 Greek Catholics 0 Roman Catholics and 9 Jews

1840 – 778 Greek Catholics

1859 – 720 Greek Catholics

1879 – 765 Greek Catholics

1899 – 836 Greek Catholics

1926 – 756 Greek Catholics

1936 – 920 Greek Catholics

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

In 1936 there were 109 Roman CAtholics 9 Orthodox and 41 Jews

Filial parish was BARVINOK 2.5 km away

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