Re: Draganowka #general


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There's a Draganowka (that's the Polish name, Ukrainian name is
Drahanivka) just 5 miles or so SW of Tarnopol (Polish) / Ternopil
(Ukrainian) in SW Ukraine. According to statistics by Kubijovyc, it was a
predominantly Polish village: just before WW2, out of a population of 2110
it had 1690 Poles, 380 Ukrainians who spoke Polish as a mother tongue, 20
Ukrainians who spoke Ukrainian, and 20 Jews.

Joe Armata
armata@pitt.edu

My grandmother was born in Draganowka in the 1880s. Does anyone know of
this place and how I can get a copy of my grandmother's birth certificate?
Ruth Levit

Ruth & Martin Levit
martin.ruth@levitweb.com

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