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Re: jaciw/jacziw

Posted: 20 Sep 2012 1:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Sep 2012 1:33PM GMT
Your Jacio (Яцьо) ancestors were Lemko, micro-ethnic Ruthenian/Ukrainian group. They had lived in selo/wies/village Czystohorb (Clean Mound) since at least the 18th century. From late 18th century to 1918 wies/village Czystogarb was predominantly a Lemko hamlet (filial Greek Catholic Parish was in Komancza)> Sanok was the powiat (adm district) > Bukowsko gmina (judicial-tax district) > Galicia Province, administered by ethnic Poles for the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Technically Poland had not existed as a geopolitical entity during this period. TODAY this is Podkarpackie wojiwodstwo/region > SE Poland .

http://www.lemko.org/

By 1947 your family members from this village were all displaced. As per Communist Poland's agreement w/Stalin,
many were "repatriated "to the SSR Ukraine. Others were forcefully resettled in the fallow areas of what had been settled by Prussian (German) Colonist Territories and became Poland after WW2.

OPERACJA "WISŁA" - OPERATION code-named "VISTULA"
http://www.lemko.org/general.html
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Horb [Ru] Czystohorb / Czystogarb [Polish] Now Known as Gorna Weis

Sanok District, present day SE Poland

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

Biluszak / Bilushak ( 2 familes)
Buran / Burun ( 3 families)
Wakiera / Vakera ( 3 families)
Wakierak / Vakerak
Wapinski / Wapienski / Vapens'kyj
Gojda / Goyda
Hrywniak / Hryvnjak
Hulicz / Gulicz / Gulych
Hurio / Guroi / Hur'o
Dysak
Doroszczuk / Doroshchuk
Zulik Zhulyk
Zwerczuk / Zvirchuk
Kadylak / Kadyljak ( 3 families)
Kostiw / Kosciow / Kostiv
Kucybala / Kutsbala ( 2 families)
Labun
Lataniszyn / Latanyshyn ( 2 families)
Makurowski / Makurovs'kyj
Mankowicz / Mankovych ( 7 families)
Patrosz / Patrosh ( 2 families)
Prystasz / Przystasz / Przysztasz / Prystash
Rudawski / Rudavs'kyj
Rusyn / Rusin
Salancio / Salants'o
Seman ( 2 families)
Semula
Semus
Suchy / Suchyi / Suchiy / Sukhyj
Teleban
Fedkanicz / Fedkanych
Fecko / Fetsko ( 3 families)
Feszanin / Feshanyn
Juszynda / Jushynda
Jacio / Jats'o

Parish Data: [from Blazejowskyj and Iwanusiw]

The village was a filial parish to KOMANCHA 3km away

Church was "Saint Michael the Archangel" [1900] [destroyed]

The wooden church replaced an older wooden church but was destroyed during the 1944-1947 deportations

In 1785 the village lands comprised 12.77 sq km. There were 440 Greek Catholics 3 Roman Catholics and 6 Jews

1840 - 611 Greek Catholics

1859 - 544 Greek Catholics

1879 - 590 Greek Catholics

1899 - 615 Greek Catholics

1926 - 760 Greek Catholics

1936 - 805 Greek Catholics

The village was not incorporated in to the Lemko Apostolic Administration in 1934

LDS microfilm available for the filial GC Parish in Komancza:

Title
Księgi metrykalne, 1764-1887

Authors
Kościół grecko-katolicki. Parafja Komańcza (Sanok) (Main Author)

Notes
Mikrofilm oryginała w Archiwum Państwowe, Warszawa.
Greek Catholic parish register of baptisms, marriages and deaths for Komańcza, Galizien, Austria; now Komańcza (Sanok),
Rzeszów, Poland. Text in Polish.

Subjects
Poland, Rzeszów, Komańcza (Sanok) - Church records
Austria, Galizien, Komańcza - Church records

Format
Manuscript (On Film)

Language
Polish

Publication
Salt Lake City, Utah : Mikrofilmowało The Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971

Physical
1 rolka mikrofilmu ; 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Akta urodzeń, małżeństw, zgonów 1764-1781 -- Akta urodzeń, zgonów 1784-1861 -- Akta urodzeń 1827-1828 --
Akta małżeństw 1784-1878 -- Akta urodzeń, małżeństw, zgonów 1784-1887 -- Akta urodzeń, małżeństw, zgonów
1784-1871 (Dołżyna) -- Akta urodzeń, małżeństw, zgonów 1784-1882 - FHL INTL Film [ 766018 ]
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Newer records will have to be obtained via inquiry at Polish Archives.

PS> I do not see same name village in Ivano-Frankivska region.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Melnyk_Dianne 19 Sep 2012 3:50PM GMT 
Mighthelp 20 Sep 2012 7:30PM GMT 
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