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Old 21st October 2010, 04:58
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Ruth,

Whenever stumped, always take another look at the surname transliteration.

John Tychynski = maybe Jan Tyczynski ???? I found one coming from Gologory. Holohory is in Lviv region???
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Old 21st October 2010, 17:31
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Hannia, is your Project related to Hologory? I have a book about this village.
Re Tyczynski- They are concentrated arournd Kalush and Drohobych in the Lviv area.
Baczuks are also met there!
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Old 22nd October 2010, 04:31
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Hannia may be correct ....

There is a Tychynskyi Hryhorii, son of Hryhorii, born 1912-05-08 in Holohory. If still living ... sorry.

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Old 22nd October 2010, 10:51
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Tychynsky is a popular name - and Austria (given as birth place) was not limited to Hologory !
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Old 22nd October 2010, 15:35
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I believe my grandfather was born in Lviv in 1898. His last name was Tychynski. His mothers maiden name was Baszczuk
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Whenever stumped, always take another look at the surname transliteration.
John Tychynski = maybe Jan Tyczynski ???? I found one coming from Gologory. Holohory is in Lviv region???
Until an immigration record is found, we do not have an EXACT PLACE OF BIRTH. Conjecture can frequently lead to proverbial brick wall. It is critical to find documentation in country of immigration. Then the research can be taken across the ocean w/some level of confidence.
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Old 22nd October 2010, 17:33
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Karolina,
Some questions:
Where did you get information that your grandfather was born 1898 in Lviv? do you have a document?
What was his first name on his documents when he immigrated? Iwan, Jan, Janko?
He was married in Ontario but where did he live and where did he die?
How do you know he had an Austrian passport?
Was your grandmother from the same village or did they meet in Canada?
Is your father still alive to answer questions?
Also, did GGrandfather Nick immigrate ?
Any additional small details might help the search.
I am still looking for his immigration records (John, Jan/ Tychynski, Tyczynski).
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Old 24th October 2010, 02:24
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Gologory/Holohory

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Ruth,

Whenever stumped, always take another look at the surname transliteration.

John Tychynski = maybe Jan Tyczynski ???? I found one coming from Gologory. Holohory is in Lviv region???
Hannia,
What are the details on this immigration record? Can't seem to find it. I have found many John/Jan Tych/czinskis but not all records show a place of origin and it takes time to look at so many. That's why I'm hoping Karolina may come up with a few more details to narrow the search.
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