Villages within the Horodenka Parish

Michalcze - The village had 230 inhabitable buildings and 1170 inhabitants, majority of the populace 587 was Rusin(Ukrainian). The Polish populace was 502 and there were 30 Jews. In the recount of 1931 the number of inhabitable buildings rose to 319 and the inhabitants to 1527. In 1939 the number of inhabitants rose to over 1600.

The above village had the following Colonies in it's immediate area and they came under it's administrative district: Colony Konopicka, Straznica, Sredni Lan and Pomiarki.

Obertyn - The village had 874 inhabitable buildings and 4676 inhabitants, majority of the populace of 2011 was Rusin(Ukrainian). The Polish populace was 1534 and there were 1535 Jews. In the recount of 1931 the number of inhabitable buildings rose to 1152 and the inhabitants to 5452. In 1939 the number of inhabitants rose to over 5500.

Raszkow - The village had 204 inhabitable buildings and 939 inhabitants, majority of the populace of 897 was Rusin(Ukrainian). The Polish populace was 8 and there were 34 Jews. In the recount of 1931 the number of inhabitable buildings rose to 220 and the inhabitants to 1070. In 1939 the number of inhabitants remained the same.

Tyszkowce - The village had 632 inhabitable buildings and 2969 inhabitants, majority of the populace of 3009 was Rusin(Ukrainian). The Polish populace was 131 and there were 129 Jews. In the recount of 1931 the number of inhabitable buildings rose to 687 and the inhabitants to 3345. In 1939 the number of inhabitants rose to over 3500.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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