Thanks but unfortunatly they are not the same villages,
I do have a map of sort (not detailed), of all villages around
Tarnopol, they are in the Polish names, and as such I don't know
what they would be called in the Ukraine now.
this the link to view the link to view the map
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> > Although not from your group, I too live in N.Z (Auckland)
> The villages you mention do exist. Jankowce in Poland proper,
> of Przemysl, and Zaboyki in Tarnopol. Check Encarta World Atlas.
> Have been doing research around these areas as my family moved
> around Rzeszow and also settled in Tarnopol so maybe they were
> deported at the same time.
> My name in Stephen Woods, I live in Rotorua, New Zealand.
> > My father Jan , and my uncle Tadeusz Wiewiorka were sent here
> > along with 700 other polish orphans from Iran in 1944.
> > My grandfather Blazej , was a lance corporal in the 2nd corp ,
> > unfortunatly he was killed at San Biagio , Italy.
> > My grandmother Maria (nee Szot) perished in Siberia.
> > They came from the village of Jankowce just north of Tarnopol.
> > My great grandparents Michal and Natalia ( nee Klysz) Wiewiorka
> > lived in the village of Zabojki just west of Tarnopol.
> > I'm having trouble trying finding any information ,
> > would anyone know what these village's would be called now in
> > Ukraine , or if they even exist anymore.
> > Also does anyone know of the Wiewiorka and Szot families
> > from the Tarnopol region.
> > My grandfather had three brothers and one sister,
> > Ludwig , Josef , Martin and Emilia.
> > As far as I know my grandmother only had one sister, Ann
> > who married Martin Wiewiorka.