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Old 23rd March 2012, 19:00
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Where is Jablonow? (Austria in 1897)

I have a record of relatives coming over to Canada on the Ship Armenia in 1897, they list their last residence as Jablonow Austria. Does anyone know where this is or was in 1897....I don't know where to begin with it....
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Old 23rd March 2012, 19:19
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There were 4 Jablonow villages on Ukrainian territory at Austrian times - administratively - in Polish:

(village - municipality - county - voivodeship)

Jabłonów - Suchostaw - kopyczyniecki - tarnopolskie
Jabłonów - Borynia - turczański - lwowskie
Jabłonów - Konkolniki - rohatyński - stanisławowskie
Jabłonów - Jabłonów - kołomyjski - stanisławowskie

- now - all they are Yabluniv (Ukr. Φ) - correspondingly:

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Old 24th March 2012, 06:14
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Hi Bev,
on internet link to a business directory in 1929 for 1st Jablonow
Jabonw 1929 Business Directory
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befor WWI 1900 Jabłonów was in a district Husiatyń province Galicia, Austo-Hungarian Empire
between the wars Jabłonów, district Kopyczyńce province Tarnopol, Poland.
Now Yablonov

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Old 24th March 2012, 06:32
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also but in Polish
from 1882 year
Słownik geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego i innych krajów słowiańskich, Tom III page 348-3410 about differnt Jabłonów
villages.
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Old 24th March 2012, 06:32
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Słownik geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego i innych krajów słowiańskich, Tom III - wynik wyszukiwania - DIR
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Old 27th March 2012, 11:43
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Dear Bev!
There are several Yabluniv (Jablonow). You probably want Yabluniv in Husyatyn District Ternopil region.
Several years ago I conducted research in a nearby village Suhostav (geographically it merged with Yabluniv). In Yabluniv is many Olijnyk.

In Ternopil archive is only the Greek Catholic metric book of birth Yabluniv for 1891-1926.
In Lviv archive is Roman Catholic metric books Yabluniv for 1816-1865. Is also Greek Catholic metric unknown Yabluniv for 1835-1841. Maybe it's Yabluniv in Husyatyn district?
Other metric books Yabluniv is in Husyatyn Registry Office.


With Yabluniv (Husyatyn district) in WWII died:
Olijnyk Dmytro Ivanovych -born 1926. Mobilized into the Soviet army in 1944, soldier. Killed in action 13.02.1945. Buried: Kanshvets, Poland.

Olijnyk Ivan Ivanovych - born 1913. Mobilized into the Soviet army in 1941, soldier. He died in German captivity in April 1942. Buried: Terlyts, Poland.

Oliynyk Mychajlo Vasylovych. - born 1914. Mobilized into the Soviet army in 1944, soldier. Missing in February 1945.

Oliynyk Mychajlo Ivanovych - born 1906. Mobilized into the Soviet army in 1941, soldier. He died in German captivity 11.04.1942. Buried: Terlyts, Poland.

Olijnyk Yurij Semenovych- born 1908. Mobilized into the Soviet army in 1944, soldier. Missing in April 1945.

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