Villages within the Podhajce Parish

Bieniawa - The village had 217 inhabitable buildings and 964 inhabitants, majority of the populace 573 was Polish. The Rusin(Ukrainian) populace was 384 and there were 7 Jews. In the recount of 1931 the number of inhabitable buildings rose to 265 and the inhabitants to 1195. In 1939 the number of inhabitants rose to over 1300.

Bozykow - The village had 366 inhabitable buildings and 2.009 inhabitants. In 1939 the number inhabitable buildings rose to 416  and inhabitants rose to 2.146.

Burkanow - The village had 474 inhabitable buildings and 2.559 inhabitants, majority of the populace of 1.667 was Rusin(Ukrainian). The Polish populace was 775 and there were 117 Jews. In the recount of 1931 the number of inhabitable buildings rose to 267 and the inhabitants to 1195.

Siemikowce - The village had 134 inhabitable buildings and 706 inhabitants, majority of the populace 483 was Polish. The Rusin(Ukrainian) populace was 210 and there were 7 Jews. In the recount of 1931 the number of inhabitable buildings rose to 196 and the inhabitants to 863.

Wolica - The village had 103 inhabitable buildings and 611 inhabitants, majority of the populace 452 was Polish. The Rusin(Ukrainian) populace was 128 and there were 31 Jews. In the recount of 1931 the number of inhabitable buildings rose to 116 and the inhabitants to 660.

Zlotniki - The village had 443 inhabitable buildings and 2.167 inhabitants, majority of the populace 1.078was Rusin(Ukrainian). The Polish populace was 965 and there were 120 Jews. In the recount of 1931 the number of inhabitable buildings rose to 518 and the inhabitants to 2.860.

Lacking information on

Halicz

Holendra

Uhrynow

Poczmajstrowka

Gnilcze

Panowicze

Czerwen

Holhocze

Mozolowka

Wolica

Zaturin

Lysa

Rudniki

Jablunowka

Morgi

Stary Litwinow

Muzylow

Bialokrinica

Nowosiolka

Justynowka

Nowa Grzebla

Poplawy

Woloszczyna

Stare Miasto

 Dabrowa

Slowiacin

Bokow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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