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    I will get back to to most questions ASAP. Need time for catch-up.

    æ, !

    Hannia - Hania - Mighthelp

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    Hannia: According to a copy of a Hamburg Passenger List, daparting January 5, 1987, my Grandfather And Grandmother Petro and Nastia Iwaszkow plus their 3 children, left Bialypot, Osterreich with a destination of Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada, travelling through Hamburg, Liverpool, Haifax, Canada and on to Winnipeg. We believe that family lived in Paushivka, Chortkiw, Ternopil. I’m trying to confirm where they lived and if Petro had any family; Father, Mother, brothers, sisters, etc who lived with him in that area. Also are there any Iwaszkows still living in the area? Thanks Hannia, Eugene Kulmatycki!

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      surname Iwaskow = ˦ in Ukrainian (transliterates more accurately as Ivaskiv)

      Austria, Galizien, Pauszówka (Czortków) - today selo/village Palashivka = ۦ, selo of appx 600 is clustered w/selo Kryvoluka on the banks of the Dzhurin River. Name of village was taken from PALASHIV, guards protecting the settlements against Tatar raids. This specific settlement was documented in 1583.

      http://ukrssr.com.ua/wp-content/uplo...2/chortkiv.jpg

      LDS Films available:

      Metrical books, 1875-1919
      Authors:
      Greek Catholic Church. Pauszówka (Czortków)
      https://familysearch.org/search/cata...tory%20Library

      ˦ in ۦ

      Two people carrying this surname w/landlines in Palashivka:
      ˦ .. ۦ 54050
      ˦ .. ۦ 54026

      BEST TO CONTACT IHOR VORONCHAK: voronchak@ukr.net
      He is native son of Ternopil and would be most familiar w/archival records for Palashivka.

      æ, !

      Hannia - Hania - Mighthelp

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