Villages of Czortkow County

This is by no means a complete list, I have just begun the work on these villages.

Bartoszowka - This village was established after the end of World War I, it consisted of 60 inhabitable buildings and 365 inhabitants. The populace was Polish.

Bazar - The village had 482 inhabitable buildings and 2166 inhabitants, majority of the populace was Rusin(Ukrainian). The Polish populace was 350 and there were 22 Jews.

Biala* - The village had 792 inhabitable buildings and 3844 inhabitants, Majority of the populace were Rusin(Ukrainian) of 2654 persons, Poles consisted of 1156, there were 32 Jews and 2 other nationalities.

Bialoboznica - The village had 305 inhabitable buildings and 1511 inhabitants, Majority of the populace were Rusin(Ukrainian). There were 20 Jews.

Bialy Potok - The village had 239 inhabitable buildings and 1167 inhabitants. The majority (80%) were Poles and Rusin(Ukrainian) populace was 20%, there were 20 Jews.

Byczkowce - The village had 297 inhabitable buildings and 1492 inhabitants. Poles were the majority (80%), The Rusin(Ukrainian) populace was 30% of the inhabitants, there were also 2 Jewish families.

Chomiakowka - The village had 216 inhabitable buildings and 1492 inhabitants. The majority of the populace were Polish, there were also a few Jewish families about 20 persons.

Czerkawszczyzna - The village had 94 inhabitable buildings and 425 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Rusin(Ukrainian), the Polish populace numbered 50+. Also see the Untold page.

Czortkow - See town's information.

Dzuryn - The village had 323 inhabitable buildings and 1836 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Rusin(Ukrainian), the Polish populace numbered 306, there were 26 Jews families and 1 German.

Duzyn - The village had 421 inhabitable buildings and 1986 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Rusin(Ukrainian), the Polish populace numbered 40 families, there were 6 Jewish families.

Jagielnica - The village had 588 inhabitable buildings and 2.795 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Polish (45%). The Jews were the next largest group with 35% and the Rusin(Ukrainians) were the remainder 20%. Also see the Untold page.

Koledziany - The village had 329 inhabitable buildings and 1776 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian), Poles were the next largest group with 20%, also there were 20 Jews.

Kosow - The village had 472 inhabitable buildings and 2427 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian) 60%, Poles were the next largest group with 40%, also there were 100 Jews.

Kosciuszkowka - The village had 42 inhabitable buildings and 200 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Poles, this village consisted of two parts of a colony I & II, it was started after the end of World War I.

Krzywoluka - The village had 174 inhabitable buildings and 1791 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian), the Poles numbered 70 and there were 20 Jews.

Muchawka - The village had 301 inhabitable buildings and 1295 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian), Poles numbered 25% and there were 30 Jews.

Milowce - The village had 235 inhabitable buildings and 1119 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Rusin(Ukrainian), the Polish populace numbered 169, there were 19 Jews.

Nagorzanka - The village had 213 inhabitable buildings and 1143 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Rusin(Ukrainian), the Polish populace numbered 491, there were 51 Jews and 6 Germans.

Pauszowka - The village had 399 inhabitable buildings and 1835 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian), Poles numbered 350 and there were 70 Jews.

Przechody - The village of highly mixed population. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian), There were also a few mixed Polish-Ukrainian families.

Polowce - The village had 456 inhabitable buildings and 2169 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian), Poles numbered 600 and there were 20 Jews.

Romaszowka - The village had 222 inhabitable buildings and 1180 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Rusin(Ukrainian), the Polish populace numbered 377, there were 9 Jews.

Salowka - The village had 169 inhabitable buildings and 807 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Poles  numbering 539, Rusin(Ukrainian), populace numbered 202, there were 16 Germans.

Skorodynce - The village had 302 inhabitable buildings and 1420 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian) 55%, Poles numbered 45% and there were 50 Jews.

Slobodka - The village had 306 inhabitable buildings and 1334 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Polish, the remaining few families were Russin(Ukrainian).

Szymankowce - The village had 235 inhabitable buildings and 1112 inhabitants. Poles took up half of the populace and Russins(Ukrainians) the remainder, there were also over 30 Jews.

Szwajkowce - The village had 128 inhabitable buildings and 752 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian), Poles numbered 25% and there were 30 Jews.

Swidowa - The village had 413 inhabitable buildings and 1827 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian), Poles numbered 20% and there were 60 Jews.

Uhryn - The village had 393 inhabitable buildings and 1705 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian), Poles numbered 250 and there were two Jewish families.

Wawrynow - The village of highly mixed population. Majority of inhabitants were Russin(Ukrainian), There were also a few mixed Polish-Ukrainian families.

Wygnanka - Small village almost part of Czortkow, inhabited mainly by Polish population.

Zalesie - The village had 475 inhabitable buildings and 2231 inhabitants. Majority of inhabitants were Poles 50% the Russin(Ukrainian) population was also 50%, and there were 40 Jews.

 

* Town of my mother's birth.

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