10102Re: [Galicia_Poland-Ukraine] Obertyn and Stryy
- Jun 1, 2006Lolly Kozak wrote:
> I also have a question about the entry of 'Stryy'; would this be theStryi is SE of L'viv.
> Stryy that is SW of Lviv.
> I thought that one was in the Lviv oblast... orStryi is in Ukraine's L'viv oblast.
> was it in Ivano Frankivsk at one time. If so when did the change occur?
I think it was in Poland's Stanislawow woj. (Poland during interwar
>RTRF provides the location of the records.
> what would be the best way to access the inf listed below?
> The following is from the rtrfoundation site:
> New archive data added to the database from the Ivano Frankivsk Oblast
> Archives (army records, voter lists, Holocaust documents, Kahal records,
> property records, police files, lists by occupation, notary and local
> government documents, school records, immigration records and a few vital
> records). These records are for the following towns: Bogorodchany, Bolekhov,
> Bolshovtsy, Broshnev Osada, Bukachovtsy, Burshtyn, Chernelitsa, Delyatin,
> Dolina, Galich, Gorodenka, Gvozdets, Ivano Frankovsk (formerly Stanislavov),
> Kalush, Khotimir, Kolomyya, Knyaginichi, Kosov, Kuty, Lanchin, Lisets,
> Lomna, Marinopol (formerly Mariampol), Nadvornaya, Nikolayev (Mikolayev),
> Nizhnev, Obertin, Otynya, Pechenezhin, Pereginsko, Pistyn, Rogatin, Rozdol,
> Rozhnyatov, Skole, Snyatyn, Solotvina, Stryy, Stanislavov (formerly Ivano
> Frankovsk), Tatarov, Tlumach, Turka, Tysmenitsa, Verkhovina (formerly
> Zhabeye), Voynilov, Yablonov, Zabolotov, Zhidachov, Zhovten (formerly
> Yezupol), and Zhuravno.
> Registrations for small towns and villages were done on a poviat (region)
> level and new archive data is available for the following poviats/regions:
> Bogorodchany, Dolina, Gorodenka, Ivano Frankovsk (formerly Stanislav),
> Kalush, Kolomyya, Kosov, Nadvornaya, Pechenezhin, Rogatin, Skole, Snyatyn,
> Stanislav (now Ivano Frankovsk) Stryy, Tlumach, Turka, and Zhidachov.
> Added September 4, 2003
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