Rewiatycze - agro-town in Biaroza district Brest region of the Republic of Belarus.
There are the following data for this settlement on the Radzima.net website:
- geographical coordinates and location of agro-town Rewiatycze on the detailed map of the beginning of the XXth century and modern maps, as well as on satellite images from the Google Maps;
- administrative-territorial belonging in the Russian Empire at the beginning of the XXth century, in Poland (1920-1939)in the Republic of Belarus (2017);
- name of the Orthodox parish to which belonged agro-town Rewiatycze at the beginning of the XXth century
- what years the Metric books about the born, married and dead of this parish have survived;
- The fund number, the inventory, and the address of the Archive in which the metric books are stored;
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My Grandfather was Jan Czyz, his father was Nicholai and his mother was Maria. Jan married Maria Omelczuk. Both were born in Rewiatycze. Maria, my grandmother, her mother's last name was Kozak. I am thinking her first name was Krystyna. Do you have any knowledge about this family? Thanks. reply
Looking for family Kozak, Karpuk, Wanuk, and Czyz decendants from Rewiatycze agro-town in Biaroza district Brest region. Understand that many from late 1800s Kozak buried at the Orthodox parish church in Rewiatycze. My father was born here while Poland occupied it, as well my grandfather Peter Kozak b.1906 married to Anna Karpuk b.1913, my great grandfather Piotr Kozak b. 1875 married to Maria Kozak b.1877, and my great great grandfather Damian Kozak (b.?) married to Petrulla (unknown last name)b.? all from Rewiatycze. Maria Kozak was daughter of Maksyma Kozak married to Anna (unknown last name). Brothers and Sisters of Damian and Petrulla, and their parents, are unknown so far. Please contact if can be of assistance with information.
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У пошуках сям'і Козака, Карпук, Wanuk, і Чыж decendants з Rewiatycze аграгарадкі ў Бярозаўскай раёне Брэсцкай вобласці. Зразумейце, што многія з канца 1800-х гадоў Козак пахаваных у праваслаўнай парафіяльны царквы ў Rewiatycze. Мой бацька нарадзіўся тут у той час як Польшча акупавала яе, а мой дзед Пётр Козак b.1906 ажаніўся на Ганне Карпук b.1913, мой прадзед Пётр Козак б. 1875 ажаніўся з Марыяй Козака b.1877, і мой вялікі прадзед Damian Козак (б.?) Ажаніўся на Petrulla (невядома прозвішча) б.? усе з Rewiatycze. Марыя Козак была дачкой Maksyma Козак жанаты на Ганне (невядома прозвішча). Браты і сёстры Даміяна і Petrulla, і іх бацькі, невядомыя да гэтага часу. Звяжыцеся з намі, калі можа аказаць дапамогу з інфармацыяй. Гэры Козак, Атава, Антарыё, Канада firstname.lastname@example.org
U pošukach siamji Kozaka, Karpuk, Wanuk, i Čyž decendants z Rewiatycze ahraharadki ŭ Biarozaŭskaj rajonie Bresckaj voblasci. Zrazumiejcie, što mnohija z kanca 1800-ch hadoŭ Kozak pachavanych u pravaslaŭnaj parafijaĺny carkvy ŭ Rewiatycze. Moj baćka naradziŭsia tut u toj čas jak Poĺšča akupavala jaje, a moj dzied Piotr Kozak b.1906 ažaniŭsia na Hannie Karpuk b.1913, moj pradzied Piotr Kozak b. 1875 ažaniŭsia z Maryjaj Kozaka b.1877, i moj vialiki pradzied Damian Kozak (b.?) Ažaniŭsia na Petrulla (nieviadoma prozvišča) b.? usie z Rewiatycze. Maryja Kozak byla dačkoj Maksyma Kozak žanaty na Hannie (nieviadoma prozvišča). Braty i siostry Damijana i Petrulla, i ich baćki, nieviadomyja da hetaha času. Zviažyciesia z nami, kali moža akazać dapamohu z infarmacyjaj. Hery Kozak, Atava, Antaryjo, Kanada email@example.com reply
My last name is Kozak. I am from the village Revatichi. My neighbors have the surname Chizh and Kozak. Great-grandfather Voynilovich and Kozak. Of Minki relatives Shede.
Soon I will go to Signevichi to find out information about my relatives. Now I live in Minsk.
I can help.
Half of the listed you know from the stories of relatives.reply
My husband's family descended from a Sawy or Sowka Novik who had two wives, Belesta and then Anna Pacepnauk. The Noviks all lived in Klepacze and the Pacepnauks probably came from Kotra, a little to the west. They are both very near the red flag on the map above. Today, Klepacze is an “agro-town” in Belarus, in the Brest voblast (region), the Pruzany powiat (county), and the Mokrauski (formerly Kotra), selsovet (village council).
Sowka had one brother, Sam, who lived on neighbouring land and who married Sadie.
Sowka and Anny died of typhus in 1916 and their children were raised by an older step-brother, John. Sowka and Anny's son Mike came to Canada and my husband's family is descended from them.
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