2002-05-25 22:05:04, Brad Dudley, firstname.lastname@example.org, Havana, ND USA, 126.96.36.199, no, no, http://bestratediscountlongdistance.com/cellular.html
Hello - What a great resource and an obvious investment of much time, research and effort. Thank you! My paternal grandmother came from Husiatyn (Gusiatyn) and my grandfather from Jezierzany (Ozeryany) in 1900. His name was Kobert and hers Seidmann. I found your wonderful site while searching for information on their small area of the Ukraine, hoping to learn more about them and the land of their birth.
2002-05-25 18:27:09, Gabe Kingsley, email@example.com, San Francisco, CA USA, 62, 188.8.131.52, No, No, N/A
This web looks good at this time.
Let me know If you will need some extra interactive addons as:
- Flash intro [MX technology]
- High-End user interface (with JAVA, HTML, CGI)
- Animated 3d Menus
Ciril Kochik | CirilStudio.com
2002-05-25 17:56:00, 184.108.40.206,
2002-05-25 17:55:13, 220.127.116.11,
MY PATERNAL GRANDPARENTS WERE BORN IN NORTHERN GALACIA AND IMMIGRATED TGO THE US IN THE EARLY 1900'S. WHEN THEY WERE KILLED BY THE SWINE FLU EPIDEMIC IN 1918 MY GREAT GRAND AUNT TRIED TO TAKE THE 7 CHILDREN BACK TO HER COUNTRY, DUE TO THE FACT THAT THERE WAS A WAR GOING ON AND THAT ALL 7 WERE US CITIZENS,THE REQUEST WAS DENIED. SHE WAS THOUGHT TO BE SOME SORT OF A DUTCHESS AND HAD CONSIDERBLE LAND HOLDING IN GALACIA. SHE WAS NEVER HEARD FROM AGAIN AND ALL OF THE CHILDREN WERE SEPERATED AND PUT INTO ORPHANAGES, IS THERE ANY WAY TO FIND OUT MORE?
2002-05-25 15:15:31, KAREN KAZASKA DANNEWITZ, firstname.lastname@example.org, Northern Galacia, 52, 18.104.22.168, no, no, o
Extremely informative. We have been trying to locate the area our ancestors came from. We are still looking for Schonthal, Galicia from where the paternal grandparents came from. The maternal grandparents came from Tarnopol and Czortkow. Your site has been the most interesting and informative we have come across. Our thanks and appreciation for a job well done.
2002-05-25 13:01:04, Wayne Wagner, WGWagner@cs.com, Canada, 52, 22.214.171.124, no, no,
Excellent job putting up this page. I am in search of a family member as well.
2002-05-24 11:09:41, Gab, FL, 126.96.36.199, No, No, http://www.clickitycash.com/cgi-bin/join.cgi?refer=21502
Private message. Click here to view.
2002-05-23 12:38:09, Rocco Giuseppe, email@example.com, Montemilone, 43, 188.8.131.52, no,
Yo Roman! Great web page -- I'm amazed at the traffic that you're getting -- I'm also of Ukie heritage and looking into my past -- I'm currently on active duty with the U.S. Air Force outside of Boise, Idaho --
2002-05-23 01:32:02, Mike Klem, firstname.lastname@example.org, Chicago, Il, old, 184.108.40.206, little, no, none
Roman, this is a really interesting site. I came across it looking for Ukrainian sites since I am going to visit Kyiv in June. I can see a lot of work has gone into this site and it is very informative. Super!
2002-05-22 08:55:00, Alvin, email@example.com, US expat in Kosovo, 47, 220.127.116.11, No, Not yet!!, none
very interesting site.
2002-05-21 21:06:29, Pastor Love, 18.104.22.168, http://www.steveholder.com/jesus.html
i have just started researching my grandparents roots. All I know is my Grandfather came to Canada in 1909 from somewhere in Western Ukraine.|
His name was Gregory Warynycia. He settled in Brandon, Manitoba Canada. My aunt thinks he came from a very well to do family in the old country.
She said they owned their own farm. She also thinks that he came over with some soldiers. Is this possible. ANy information that you could give me would be greatly appreciated as I am trying to complete a family history for my dad.
2002-05-21 19:41:26, Yvonne Warantz, firstname.lastname@example.org, Brandon, Mb, 50, 22.214.171.124, no, no, westman.wave.ca
Is Chorostkow the same as Chorostkiw? Is it near Ternopil?|
Are there any Cicinsky's in the region?
2002-05-21 16:04:20, Eleanor Cicinsky, email@example.com, USA, 126.96.36.199, No, No,
My great great grandfather (John Musgrave) had an engineering works in England in the 1800s that supplied the suspension chains for the suspension bridge over the Dneiper in Kiev build around l850. If you have any information at all about this bridge I would be very grateful. It was the longest suspenions bridge in the world at that time I think. I think it was called the Nikolievsky Bridge. Ralph Musgrave.
2002-05-21 16:02:48, Ralph Musgrave, firstname.lastname@example.org, England, 57, 188.8.131.52, No, No, none
My grandmother Yitte (Jütte) Katz came from Gologóry. I've been able to find some information on her father Samuel Juda Katz, but nothing on her mother Chaje Seril Lifshütz.
2002-05-20 21:00:41, Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz, shmuel+Ukraine@Patriot.net, USA, 57, 184.108.40.206, No, No, none
My parents immigrated from the Ukraine and Poland in the early 1925 and prior. My dads names was Szpak and my mothers name was Radyk. My dad came from Hulcze,Sokal, Poland. We cannot find Hulcze on the map.
2002-05-20 15:00:32, Nancy Christy, email@example.com, Canada, 69, 220.127.116.11, slightly, No, have none
Ciekawa strona, choc bardzo osobista. |
Niewielkie bledy jezykowe dodaja jej klimatu.
Moi dziadkowie pochodz¹ spod Lwowa (Milczyce), zawsze z duzym sentymentem wspominaja to piekne miasto i okolice o unikalnym charakterze.
2002-05-20 12:51:20, Lukasz, firstname.lastname@example.org, Poland, 24, 18.104.22.168, very poor, never yet,
One more note. This is in regards to your mention of the town "...Helenky, Gelenky (Helenky, Helenki / Gelenki) - 3 km north of Kozova (from name Helena)..."
I tracked down, as I mentioned in my e-mail to you, microfilms of the Catholic indices for this town for the mid-1800's to the mid-1900's. The LDS has made certain of these records available.
It is repeatedly spelled "Helenków," which is its same spelling on my great-grandfather's passenger ship list (1907), as well as several other ship lists – covering several years – which show up on the Ellis Island site (although here it is spelled "Helenkow," without the "ó" diacritical, which may have been unfamiliar to the people preparing the lists). Thought you might want to add this relatively common spelling to your roster.
Thanks again for all your hard work. The updates are GREAT!! :)
2002-05-20 11:13:13, Jim Zielinski, the younger, email@example.com, USA, 40, 22.214.171.124, no, no, not applicable
2002-05-19 19:17:57, Howard Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org, 641 Timber Hill Road, 68 years, 126.96.36.199, no, no, none
This was realy nice.I tried to print out the dictionary but 52 pages is a little to much for my printer.I am generaly interested in slavic languages.
2002-05-19 15:21:42, Trond Johnsen, email@example.com, Norway, 40+, 188.8.131.52, No, No, --
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