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    I am trying to help someone with a hometown here.

    Looks like Kocinbynzitz

    Thought it might be Kocin but its quite close to Germany, I was hoping for closer to Ukraine.



    PicPaste - passl.jpg

    thanks, Luke

  • #2
    c. æ = Skorobohacz from selo Kociubintsi> Husyatyn > Ternopil

    Today there are no Skorobohacz in Kociubintsi(v), but there are two still living in Husyatyn, the district center :
    .. , Ц 23779
    .. , Ц 22659

    Additional Skorobohacz living in Ternopil (regional center) today:
    .. Ц, 255496
    .. Ц, 529313
    .. Ц, 436799
    Last edited by Hannia; 10th September 2017, 01:11.

    æ, !

    Hannia - Hania - Mighthelp

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    • #3
      I think I found a post on the message board on ancestry for someone else looking for family in Kotsyubyntsi.

      https://www.ancestry.ca/boards/threa...kraine.general


      So I will go with this information and see where it leads. I understand LDS doesn't do microfilm anymore as they have digitized most or all of their records.

      Thanks Hania as always , I think you pointed me in the right direction.

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      • #4
        I understand LDS doesn't do microfilm anymore as they have digitized most or all of their records.
        Luke: while LDS has discontinued microfilm, the digitized images are available for viewing online at any LDS FHC. In fact, because there is no wait time for your microfilm order to arrive, you can view the digitized images immediately. The Kotsyubyntsi GC and RC records have all been digitized.

        Regards,

        Richard

        Φ!

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        • #5
          These two links didn't pan out:

          https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/236454

          https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/837884

          The post on ancestry mentioned another similar sounding town I will try next week


          https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/1050748

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          • #6
            > > ˦ > Ц >
            ==============================
            It looks like you might have hit on something:

            Landline listing Skorobohach in Kociubynchyky > Chortkiv > Ternopil
            .. 62493
            ===============================
            as per old database http://nomerorg.xyz/allukraina/
            (translated only given male names and patronymics)

            62432 1984-07-13
            1987-04-25 1987-09-16 1991-06-02 1988-11-04
            1960-09-18 1963-09-03 1960-09-18 1936-08-07 1951-09-18 1951-09-27
            1920-12-06 1913-09-15 1920-01-10 1920-01-10 1928-07-21 1922-02-25 1939-02-02
            1941-10-14
            1914-03-03 Stefan son of Fedor - Teodor
            1937-02-14
            Myhailo son of Teodor
            1988-12-20
            Ihor son of Yaroslav
            1964-01-02
            Ihor son of Myhailo
            1944-03-23
            Ivan son of Dmytriy
            1971-12-04
            Vyacheslav son of Teodor

            PS> Get in touch w/ Ihor Voronchak, native son and exc researcher. Chortkiv can be tricky. LDS might not have films. voronchak@ukr.net

            æ, !

            Hannia - Hania - Mighthelp

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            • #7
              So I am assuming the dates are the birthdates and these are living people that you can get in touch with?

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              • #8
                please delete

                æ, !

                Hannia - Hania - Mighthelp

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                • #9
                  Some might not be... Use birth dates as a kind of guide line.

                  As per Lenius' Gazetteer, since this was a hamlet size village, the filial RC Parish was in Skala and filial GC Parish was in Bosyry > Husyatyn.

                  æ, !

                  Hannia - Hania - Mighthelp

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                  • #10
                    Unfortunately this time I will have to be patient as the date range I am looking for hasn't been digitized yet although on the link it says it has. The link has births 1862-1914 actually only contains from 1889-1914 which makes sense since the other series which is still on microfilm runs from 1874-1887. I need 1880 give or take a year.

                    Looks like I will have to be patient it could take as long as two years for the rest of the microfilm not available anymore before they are digitized. The move away from microfilm makes sense, though it would have been nice if LDS had held off for a bit. There was a lady sitting beside me doing research who ran into the same problem.

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