Repuzhyntsi = Репужинці (in Ukrainian) > Zastavna raion/district > Chernivtsi oblast/region > UA, latest zip code 59414. Today this historical province is still referred to as Bukowyna by locals. During Interwar Period Romanian name was Rapujineţi > Cernauţi.http://kartaonline.com/uk/obls/52/regs/1081/city/14172-%D1%8...
Village was founded on the right bank of the Dniester River in 1353 by Askold Repuzhynetskij. Village survived many Tartar slave raids between 14th/15th century. Today it still exists w/population of appx 1,900+.
Old photo of Orthodox Church of the Intercession, built in 1791, in time frame when there were only 25 homes in the village. http://picasaweb.google.com/113836661759138499818/OldBukowin...
LDS has filmed Orthodox Church Registers for Repuzhyntsi (1841-1932)https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1336910
Following link is geared for Galician Heritage, however Vital Records Section contains HOW-TO research records in Old Church Slovanic which LDS lists incorrectly as Russian. Make sure to obtain a transliteration (sounds-like) of your surname using Cyrillic Alphabet, before starting your research. http://ua.translit.cc/ http://www.halgal.com/vitalrecords.html
Today there is one Moroz (means FROST in Ukr) listed as still living in selo/village Rypushyntsi:
МОРОЗ МИРОСЛАВ МИТРОФАНОВИЧ 1945-06-20 РЕПУЖИНЦІ
Moroz, Myroslav son of Mytrofan dob 1945
History of Bukovyna/Bukowyna/Bukowina:http://www.encyclopediaofukraine.com/display.asp?linkpath=/p...