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Село належало до Буківського деканату Перемиської єпархії.

Płonna – Wieś na Pogórzu Bukowskim wymieniana w 1433 r. Ruiny obronnego dworu z XVI-XVII w.

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Polonna [Ru] Plonna [Polish]

Sanok District, present day SE Poland

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

Bazar (2 families)

Basik / Bassyk / Basyk

Warawasz / Varavash

Warchol / Warhol / Warchil / Varkhol (4 families)

Wasienko / Wasenko / Vasenko

Wojciak / Woyciak / Vojtsjak

Worotylo / Vorotylo

Halas / Chalas / Galas / Halas

Haluszczak / Halusczak / Haluszak / Halushchak

Harbusz / Charbusz / Harbus / Harbush (2 families)

Holik / Golik / Holyk (3 families)

Hrywa / Hryva

Hryc / Hryts (2 families)

Dzubik / Dzubyk (2 families)

Dziama / Dzama / Dzjama

Dydzyk / Dydzyk

Dobosz / Dobosh

Duda

Klim / Klym

Kluczka / Kluchka (2 families)

Kogut / Kochut / Kogut (3 families)

Koruc / Koruts

Kocur / Kotsur

Krot

Krupa (2 families)

Kriak / Krak / Krzak / Krjak

Kuziemko / Kuzemko

Kulik / Kulig / Kulyk (2 families)

Kurenko / Korenko / Kurenko

Kuten / Kuten'

Lawriw / Lavriv (2 families)

Lozyk

Mielnik / Mel'nyk

Mitrdak (2 families)

Michalcio / Mykhal'ts'o (3 families)

Misio / Mis'o (3 families)

Ostasz / Ostash (2 families)

Pawliszyn / Pavlyshyn

Popowicz / Popowyc / Popovych (2 families)

Proc / Prots'

Pryialko / Prjalko

Rydosz / Rydozh / Rydosh (2 families)

Ryzhko / Ryszko / Ryzhko

Sawka / Sauka / Savka

Siwy / Syvyj

Slubko / Slupko / Slubko

Starenki / Staren'kyj (2 families)

Staroszyn / Staroshyn (2 families)

Stec / Stets'

Suchyna / Sukhyna (2 families)

Taborowski / Taborovs'kyj

Turko

Fal / Fal'

Fedorko / Fedurko / Fedorko

Chyr / Chir / Hyr / Khyr (2 families)

Chlibik / Khlibyk

Choma / Homa / Khoma

Chudy / Khudyj

Cap / Tsap

Czerepkanik / Cherepkanyk

Czerniecki / Chernets'kyj

Czarny / Chornyj

Szeremeta / Sheremeta (4 families)

Szyika / Shyjka

Szczerba / Shcherba

Jurynko (2 families)

Janko

Parish Data: [from Blazejowskyj and Iwanusiw]

Church was «Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary» [1790] [destroyed]

The masonry church was renovated in 1927. The village was burned by the Poles on March 28, 1946 and all villagers were deported. Thier plots were joined to form a collective farm and the church was turned into a barn.

The earliest mention of the village is in the year 1400. During the Tartar invasion the peope hid in the church, but were burned alive inside along with the priest by the Tartars. A chapel was built at the burned out site in which services were held until 1790.

In 1785 the village lands comprised 18.93 sq km. There were 700 Greek Catholics 10 Roman Catholics and 0 Jews

1840 – 869 Greek Catholics

1859 – 810 Greek Catholics

1879 – 804 Greek Catholics

1899 – 906 Greek Catholics

1926 – 1063 Greek Catholics

1936 – 1170 Greek Catholics

In 1936 there were 35 Roman Catholics and 24 Jews in the area

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

Filial churches were located in VYSOCHANY 4.5 km and KOZHUSHNE 4 km

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