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    My father and his family came from Husiatyn. Looking for relatives

  • #2
    Husyatyn is a fair size town and also the name of the district/raion center administering appx 43+ villages. Husyatyn itself has appx 7,100+ residents. Were your family members from a fair size town or one of the many Husyatyn villages? Have your documented the exact village or town?

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    Husyatyn > Husyatynskij raion > Ternopilska oblast > Ukraine

    Current residents of Husyatyn proper:
    0 1941-08-03 2 5
    Alla daughter of Petro
    1922-05-15 5 49
    Sofia daughter of Myhailo
    21263 1958-05-10 20 11
    Anna daughter of Wasyl
    1980-04-12 20 11
    Ihor son of Yosif
    1977-07-16 20
    Andriy son of Yosif
    21120 1943-03-23 2 5
    Evhen son of Stefan
    1953-02-03 20 11
    Yosif son of Myhailo
    Last edited by Hannia; 12th March 2019, 07:29.

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    • #3
      Unfortunately, I have no paperwork. My father was born in the town of Husiatyn. He was born in 1923, that is what was on his passport . I spoke to someone who said that Badiukiewicz is a common name. Any information you can find would be greatly appreciated . His name was Gregory Badiukiewicz and I know he had a brother named Michal And another named Theodore and a sister named Janina who I think he said was a nurse. Thank for responding. My name is Barbara.

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      • #4
        The surname Badiuk is fairly common in Ukraine. The Badiukewicz surname looks to be much rarer. It looks to be of Polish extraction???

        What religion did father practice?

        Had Gregor/Hryhoriy Badiukewicz been in DP Camps in Germany before immigrating to States?

        Consider making free inquiry @Bad Arolsen Archives. Presenting a copy of death certificate will expedite research.

        The Germans kept very detailed personal details re all of their forced laborers.

        https://www.its-arolsen.org/en/
        Last edited by Hannia; 18th March 2019, 15:48.

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        • #5
          My father was Catholic . Yes he was in a concentration camp in Germany during World War 2. At the time my father was born there I believe that the town in which my father was born was part of Poland

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          • #6
            Was Father Roman or Byzantine Rite Catholic?
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            We need more documentation. An inquiry at Bad Arolsen should help w/this problem.

            There were six concentration camps in Reconstituted Poland.

            Between 1941 and 1945, the Nazis established six killing centers in former Polish territory Chelmno, Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka, Auschwitz-Birkenau (part of the Auschwitz complex), and Majdanek. Chelmno and Auschwitz were established in areas annexed to Germany in 1939.
            Some of these also served as Forced Labor Camps.

            https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/conte...ed-poland-1942

            http://auschwitz.org/en/history/cate...-in-auschwitz/

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_c..._Polish_nation

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_c...ion_operations

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            http://www.dpcamps.org/

            If Mother was also in any of these concentration camps, you can also make a Bad Arolsen inquiry at the same time for both.

            To facilitate your Arolsen inquiry click onto following: https://www.its-arolsen.org/en/infor...i-persecution/

            Meanwhile I will make an effort to phone contact one of the people (one of "Myhailo's" children) living in Husiatyn @#20 --- 11
            Last edited by Hannia; 19th March 2019, 05:19.

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