Seifer Stryj (page 31) gives some census figures for
1812, including numbers of Jewish families, men and women,
both for Stryj and for the district. This is in Hebrew.
Those numbers carry a footnote (#51) (p. 47) which reads
IV T2 Carton 2582 (1811-1818)
Nr. 14 ex Oktober 1812
followed by a table of those same three numbers for each of
Skola, Bolichov, Zuravno, Zhidacov, Bukacovca, Kalush,
Dolina and Rozdol.
I'd like to think that this means there exists a carton
somewhere with full census of each of these nine towns.
Subsequent footnotes indicate other cartons which also refer
to population figures.
Obviously I am trying to make contact with the Stryjers Assn
here in Israel, but if anyone else has ideas how to get at
this information - if it indeed exists - I'm listening.