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Majdan Sieniawski

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Majdan Sieniawski (Polish pronunciation: [ˈmajdan ɕɛˈɲafskʲi]; Ukrainian: Майдан Сінявський, translit. Maidan Siniavs’kyi) is a village located in the administrative district of Gmina Adamówka, within Przeworsk County, Subcarpathian Voivodeship, in south-eastern Poland.

  • The village was founded in the 17th century. Initially it was called Dobropole, however, it was soon renamed to Majdan Sieniawski after its founder, nobleman Mikołaj Sieniawski from Granów.
  • The initial settlers were Tatar prisoners of war who cleared forests and operated the tar plant.
  • In 1937, during a peasant strike, clashes with the state police took place in the village, during which 15 peasants were killed. On June 29, 1944, the servant of God, Julia Buniowska, shot to death by a Vlasovite, died a heroic death.
  • In 1714, a Roman Catholic parish was established and a wooden church was built. At that time, the village already had a wooden Greek-Catholic church of St. Michael, who was a parish priest. [1]
  • The central part of the village was called Komora (apparently, because of the presence of a filvark), there were also the hamlets (farms) of Bukivets, Dobropole, Kanivka, Osivka, and Zakostellya.
  • The Poles of Sinyavskyi Maidan terrorized, killed and robbed local Ukrainians and from neighboring villages. In 1945, part of the Ukrainian community was evicted to the Ternopil region of the Ukrainian SSR — 52 people (9 families). Ukrainians could not resist anti-Ukrainian terror after the Second World War. The rest of the Ukrainians were ethnically cleansed in 1947 during Operation "Visula" and were deported to post-German lands in the western and northern parts of the Polish state, which belonged to Germany until 1945.

Proper Location Fields for Wikitree

  • 1772-1804: Majdan Sieniawski, Jaroslau, Königreich Galizien und Lodomerien, Habsburgermonarchie
  • 1804-1867: Majdan Sieniawski, Jaroslau, Königreich Galizien und Lodomerien, Kaiserthum Oesterreich
  • 1867-1918: Majdan Sieniawski, Jaroslau, Königreich Galizien und Lodomerien, Österreichisch-Ungarische Monarchie
  • 1914 - 1939: Majdan Sieniawski, Jarosław, Lwów, Polska (?)
  • 1939 - 1945: Majdan Sieniawski, Lwów, Distrikt Galizien, Polen (?)
  • 1945 - 1975: Majdan Sieniawski, Rzeszów, Rzeszów, Polska (?)
  • 1975 - 1998: Majdan Sieniawski, Jarosław, Przemyśl, Polska (?)
  • 1998 - Pres: Majdan Sieniawski, Przeworsk, Podkarpackie, Polska

Majdan Sieniawski (1772-1918)

Majdan Sieniawski was formerly in the Russian division of Galicia from 1772 until 1918.

1772-1918: this village had it's own Roman Catholic and Greek Catholic Church; Synagogue located in Sieniawa.

1900 Census = 2205 total inhabitants:

  • 1962 Roman Catholic
  • 142 Greek Catholic
  • 101 Jewish
  • 2175 Polish
  • 30 Ruthenian

Common Ukrainian Names for this area.

The photo below depicts locations of churches according to the 1900 census. [2]. This information is crucial when searching for records. Cieplice_Jaroslaw_Galicja_Austria-2.jpg

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Majdan Sieniawski House Number Study

The following have been entered as Wikitree profile under Category: Majdan Sieniawski, Jaroslau and it is initially based on the Cieplice One Place Study. If an entry below is listed as "OMITTED", this only means a Wikitree profile was not set up for anyone mentioned in the record. If you have found records and would like to contribute to this list, please make appropriate edits or contact the profile manager.


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  • (Cieplice record) OMITTED: 1858; Scan 21; 151/?; Stehan Zdak of Drobenko (of Joannis and Ahaphia Chodanicha; Zapatow) and Catharina (of Teodor Captap and Parascevia Nazarko; Majdan)
  • (Cieplice Announcement); Scan 98; 8 Feb 1871 Sieniawa; Wasyl Budyczj, of Jedruch and Eva Kozenki, age 32, house#285; and Mary Konsznineska, of Mike and Martyna Niemczyckaha, age 36; Majdan

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  • (Cieplice record) 1852; Scan 90; #380/3; Joannes Szegda, widow (of Andrew and Maria Szelewa) and Anastasia; Majden (of Ahafia Fediurkczycha)

38

  • (Cieplice Announcement) Scan 156; 1886 Majdan, Andrzej Dublanica, of Dan and Mary ,age 27, house#81; and Paraska Matwijec (omitted) of Hank and Jedinska Woloszyn, age 23, Majdan house#38

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  • OMITTED; (Cieplice Announcement) 1838, no dates; Jedruch Koziolko; of Wasyl and Regina Zymanki; house #128; and Barbara Marczak ;Majdan house #41

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  • (Cieplice Announcement) Scan 155; 1885 Majdan; Fedko Dziuban, of Iwan and Nasta Zielinka, age 25, house#20; and Mary Kulka of Wasil and Hanki Zhahajskich, age 23, Majdan house#55

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  • (Cieplice record) 1858: Scan 23; Lucas Szegda, house#66 (of Elias and Anastasia Phranyczny; Majdan) and Maria, house#137 (of Teodor Grondal and Maria Biela.
  • (Cieplice record) 1866; Scan 57; #66/115; Joannis Szegda; Majdan (of Jacob and Anna Jarosz) and Pelagia (of Stepfani Hryszko and Anastasia Szelewa)
  • (Cieplice Announcement) Scan 148; 1883 Majdan; Iwan Szamrylo of Panko and Mary Sidorski, age 24, house#362; and Hafia, of Jack Szegdaand Hanki Jarosz, age 21, Majdan house#66
  • OMITTED; 1899; Scan 171; house#485Anastasia; Andriy Szegda, of Jacob and Anna Jarosz; and Parascevia, of Greg Czelenowski and Maria Molyl.

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  • (Cieplice record) 1872; Scan 83; #120/307; Franciscus Btzyski; Majdan (of Adalbert and Hedviga Szular) and Maria (of Teodor Kozel and Anastasia Sopitka)

310

  • (Cieplice Announcement) Scan 19; 8 Nov 1840 Majdan; Jedruch Pich, of Ilka and Hanki Tara, age 40; Dobcza house# 21; Paraska, of Havryl and Mary Caplap, Majdan house#310




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