Nohawszczyzna - village in Miadzieł district Minsk region of the Republic of Belarus.
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- geographical coordinates and location of village Nohawszczyzna 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 Catholic parish to which belonged village Nohawszczyzna at the beginning of the XXth century
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1931 - 7 households, 36 residents;reply
I was looking for any information on my great grandfather's village. Nahawszczyzna, Wilno, Poland.
Any type of historical events, the culture, he people, what they farmed, etc.
Paweł Teofil Malejonek
March 4, 1893
Nahaŭščyna - is a village in Belarus, 26 km northeast of Miadzel town, 182 km from Minsk. The relief is flat. Known since the 19th century. In 1846 - known as zascianek Nagavshchyzna, as a part of the Smych estate in possession of Count Konstanty Tyzenhauz. From February to December 1918 (WWI) occupied by German. In 1921-39 a part of Poland - Nagawszczyzna (Nahawszczyzna/Nohawszczyzna). Orthodox and Catholich parishes were in Hruzdowo. Since September 1939 in the Byelorussian SSR. During the 2nd World War (07.1941-07.1944) occupied by Germany. In October 1943 the Nazis burned the village and killed 2 people. After the war the village was rebuilt. In 1963 the village was electricified.
1846 - 2 households, 25 residents;
1897 - 6 households, 43 residents;
1921 - 8 households, 33 residents;
1940 - 10 households, 42 residents;
1970 - 39 residents;
1997 - 5 households, 7 residents;
2011 - 2 households, 3 residents.reply