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Village Bosgnia Dolna

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  • Tom
    Just received wife s grandfather s Declaration of Intention, who in census records was Ukrainian and Ruthenian(Boyko), and the village name is Bosgnia Dolna.
    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 21, 2006
      Just received wife's grandfather's Declaration of Intention, who in
      census records was Ukrainian and Ruthenian(Boyko), and the village
      name is Bosgnia Dolna. Does this village still exist or was it
      destroyed in Operation Vistula? Could be Bosznia Delna, bold print is
      blurred. Tom
    • Bill Tarkulich
      You would probably get a more informed answer on a Galicia forum. Bill ... From: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
      Message 2 of 4 , Jan 21, 2006
        You would probably get a more informed answer on a Galicia forum.


        Bill


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        Just received wife's grandfather's Declaration of Intention, who in
        census records was Ukrainian and Ruthenian(Boyko), and the village
        name is Bosgnia Dolna. Does this village still exist or was it
        destroyed in Operation Vistula? Could be Bosznia Delna, bold print is
        blurred. Tom





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      • Joe Armata
        It must be Basznia Dolna, just a few miles east of Lubaczew in modern Poland, very close to the Ukrainian border. The village is shown as still existing on
        Message 3 of 4 , Jan 22, 2006
          It must be Basznia Dolna, just a few miles east of Lubaczew
          in modern Poland, very close to the Ukrainian border. The
          village is shown as still existing on today's maps.

          Joe A.


          > Just received wife's grandfather's Declaration of Intention, who in
          > census records was Ukrainian and Ruthenian(Boyko), and the village
          > name is Bosgnia Dolna. Does this village still exist or was it
          > destroyed in Operation Vistula? Could be Bosznia Delna, bold print is
          > blurred. Tom
        • Tom Potsko
          Joe, Thanks for the help. Tom ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
          Message 4 of 4 , Jan 24, 2006
            Joe,

            Thanks for the help. Tom


            On 1/22/06, Joe Armata <JArmata@...> wrote:
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            > It must be Basznia Dolna, just a few miles east of Lubaczew
            > in modern Poland, very close to the Ukrainian border. The
            > village is shown as still existing on today's maps.
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            > Joe A.
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            > > Just received wife's grandfather's Declaration of Intention, who in
            > > census records was Ukrainian and Ruthenian(Boyko), and the village
            > > name is Bosgnia Dolna. Does this village still exist or was it
            > > destroyed in Operation Vistula? Could be Bosznia Delna, bold print is
            > > blurred. Tom
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