Bunie - village in Vałožyn district Minsk region of the Republic of Belarus. There are the following data for this settlement on the Radzima.net website:
- geographical coordinates and location of village Bunie on the detailed map of the beginning of the XXth century and modern maps, as well as on satellite images from the Google Maps;Bunie at map
- 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 village Bunie at the beginning of the XXth century
- name of the Catholic parish to which belonged village Bunie at the beginning of the XXth century
- what years the Metric books about the born, married and dead of this parish have survived;
- address of the Archive in which the metric books are stored;
- the name of the owner and the name of the landed property to which the area belonged in the middle of the XIX century

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My wife (Linda)'s father Jan, came from a village named Bunie Poland, but we can not find this on any map. His name was Jan Babicz, born 1st November 1928. There were 6 children in the family including Jan's sister Weronika. When WW2 began the mother and four children were sent to a Russian orphanage we think. Jan and Weronika were taken to Germany (as workers we believe). After the war Jan went to England and worked in coal mines (residence believed to be Bedhampton Camp, Havant, UK - 1948). Wreaking married in Germany then settled in Adelaide, South Australia. She sponsored Jan to come to Australia. He arrived 15th April 1952. Jan married Barbara Pszczolinski on 27th February 1954. Jan and Barbara had two children Mark (18th October 1955 & Linda 23rd October 1959). Jan died (motor cycle accident) May 1960. Weronika died 28th August 2015. Linda has two children from 1st marriage (Michael 25th April 1983 & Cassandra 28th May 1985). Linda has no known living relatives.
We understand that there were millions of displaced Polish people as a result of WW2. I am a 5th generation Australian and can only imagine the heart break and pain that Polish people went through. The scars will last for a few more generations to come but strength of survival will last forever. I feel so sad that Linda will probably never know her fathers broader family.
If it is at all possible could you provide any information on where Bunie is/was and any Babicz family information. I will understand if you are unsuccessful.
Yours Sincerely
David Reid.reply