Thank you for the help. Most grateful.
On 01/04/2007, at 2:08 AM, Galicia Forever wrote:
> Wg.Słownika Sulimierskiego:
> Siemikowce to
> 1/wieś pow.podhajecki, poczta Kozowa, parafia rzym-kat.
> parafia gr-kat. Sosnów
> 2/wieś powiat stanisławowski, 4,7km. od Halicza, parafia rzym-kat.
> Konkoloniki, parafia gr-kat. Tustań.
> są jeszcze :
> Siemkowicze, wieś nad rzeką Perełką (Białoruś) powiat miński,
> gmina i
> parafia prawosłąwna Rubieżewice, miejscowość górzysta.
> Która ci bardziej pasuje musisz sam zdecydować na podstawie jakichś
> dokumentów czy wspomnień.
> Regarding Siemykivtsi, this appears to a possible Ukrainian
> spelling for
> Siemikowce. The gazetteer shows there were two villages with the name
> The first village is in the admin district of Podhajce and the
> district of Wis~niowczyk. It belonged to the Roman Catholic parish of
> Rosochowaciec in the archdiocese of Lwo~w (Lubaczo~w).
> According to the endnotes, "This parish was formed during the Austrian
> Period (only 1772-1906 included here) from an older parisher.
> Records for
> this community/estate may be found with the older parish prior to
> the year
> of formation of the newer parish. However, sometimes records will
> be found
> for the newer parish before its actual establishment as a parish."
> According to the associated table, the parish was erected in 1860
> but it
> doesn't mention the mother parish.
> The village also belonged to the Greek Catholic parish of Sosno~w
> in the
> archeparchy of L'viv (Lwo~w) and the Jewish registration district of
> If this place still exists, it would currently be in Ukraine near
> approximately 49 degrees 17 minutes north latitude, 25 degrees 21
> east longitude. (near Denyso~w, Tarnopol).
> The second village belonged to the admin district of Stanisl~awo~w
> and the
> judicial/tax district of Halicz. It belonged to the Roman Catholic
> of Konkolniki in the archdiocese of Lwo~w (Lubaczo~w). It also
> belonged to
> the Greek Catholic parish of Tustan~ in the archeparchy of L'viv
> "Terese Fehlberg" umbras@... p1ck1e
> Hi everyone!
> Have been scouring maps/lists to find two villages in the Pole/Ukr
> zone without success.
> Has anyone heard of Simikivici (found a Simakivka on the Uzh river NE
> of Novograd-Volyskyy) or Kjublin (found a Kovalyn on the Dneiper SSE
> of Kiev in what was Poltava raion in 1922).