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Old 22nd November 2004, 09:38
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Hi there, I am doing an ancestry research on the Patryk family . The only information that I have is that Wasyl Patryk and his daughter Katherine imigrated to Canada from Kalnickow Mostiska Austria in 1904. His wife Anauffia and sons Mike and Joe came sometime later. Does anyone have any information regarding their towns etc. Thanks!

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Old 26th November 2004, 08:54
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Kalnikow coordinates 49.55-23.02, very close to what is Ukraine/Poland border today>
at turn of century Mosciska was both the administrative and judicial district for the village.
Kalnikow had its own Greek Catholic Parish (Przemysl Eparchy), while the filial Roman Catholic Church was in Krakowiec. This area was frequently referred to as Przemysl> Galicia >administered by ethnic Poles for the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
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DEANERY OF PEREMYSHL
* 11- PARISHES
* 31 - CHURCHES
* 24,500 - PARISHONERS

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Prior to W.W.II, the population on the territory of the deanery of Peremyshl consisted of: 42% Poles, 33% Ukrainians, and 25% Jews. Most of the Poles and Jews resided in Peremyshl and its suburbs, where the makeup was: 53% Poles, 34% Jews, and 13% Ukrainians.In the settlements of the Deanery of Peremyshl, but excluding Peremyshl itself, the make-up was: 82% Ukrainians, 15% Poles, and 3% Jews. The differences in the percentages quoted, clearly indicate the differences in the ethnic origin of the urban and the rural population.On the territory of the deanery, only 14 out of the original 31 tserkvy stand today. Out of these, nine are used by the Polish Roman Catholic church, one - by the Ukrainian Orthodox church, and four stand closed or used for other purposes (archival storage or warehouse).
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Today Kalnikow is in Stubno gmina/district > Podkarpackie Region> Poland.

I am pretty sure I know where to find church records for this village, but I would also like to make an effort and find out where the Ruthenians/Ukrainians from that village were resettled in 1947.

I will get back to you.

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Old 8th October 2014, 01:46
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Hi Hannia, it's been a long time and totally forgot about this forum. I much appreciate any information you might be able to provide about my family history. I have discovered that Wasyl Patryk was married twice. he was first married to K.Siedorox and had one child named Katherine Mary Patryk born 19 day of September 1897. I believe that she died in Austria. Wasyl also had a son named Michael born April 04 1898 but to a different wife Anauffia or Ahaphia ??? possibly in Canada.
you could contact me also at darrenpatrick@telus.net
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Old 8th October 2014, 04:20
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Kalnikow GC Church Registers - 1784-1855
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Kalników greckokatolickie małżeństwa 1784-1846
Kalników greckokatolickie urodzenia 1784-1846
Kalników greckokatolickie urodzenia 1812-1835
Kalników greckokatolickie urodzenia 1890-1900
Kalników greckokatolickie zgony 1784-1828
Kalników greckokatolickie zgony 1784-1846
Kalników greckokatolickie zgony 1828-1855
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Old 8th October 2014, 10:51
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I was to Kalnikov several years ago - spent night on a horse farm there (while with research to other villages in the area).
Number of Ukrainian families still live now in the village, Ukrainian is spoken, Orthodox church is active, Ukrainian part of cemetery is big and well kept.
Also locals told that some Ukrainian church (metrical?) records are kept in RC church (or by RC priest).

And previously - I did some research of property records from Kalnikov in Lviv archives - also (if am not mistaken) - cadastral maps of village are probably kept here.
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Old 8th October 2014, 15:36
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Viktor,

It looks like between 1846 -1890 baptismal records are indeed missing.

Could these be in Lviv?
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Old 8th October 2014, 18:59
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Yes , how embarrassing, sometimes everyday life just gets in the way. Thanks for your help. As my relatives are getting old there is fewer people to go to for information. No one here seems to know much about ancestors prior to coming to Canada. Even imigration records don't seem to be correct based on my information. I have built an family tree on Ancestry.ca and continued to search.
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