There is one other thing you may find of interest. On the original ship manifest, GGrandmother (Prababa) Tatyana lists leaving a friend??? behind in village: F. (probably Fedor) Storoshuk . Could this be a mistake and Storozhuk= СТОРОЖУК is her family name? There are appx 10,000+ Storozhuk in Ukraine today.
The Liutzeperniuk surname is rare and by rarity of surname, I suspect that line may be dying out. You have been given the opportunity to pick up that thread.
LDS has not filmed Starokostyanivskij county church records. Inquiry at Khmelnytskij Archives will likely be nec. Village originally located in Vohlyn region. Historically it was the Vohlyn-Podolskij principate during Kyivan Rus Era, with Zhytomir as the regional capital. In 1917, post Bolshovik Revolution, Staroskostyaniv was attached to Vynnitska region. In 1924 it was made a county seat by the Soviets and attached to Khmelnytskij(originally called Proscurov). During Interwar Period it came under
Kamenets-Podolskij governship. Post WW2 the region became
a part of SSR Ukraine, under Soviet domain until 1991, when
Ukraine became independent.
A Ukrainian Educator and friend of mine once told me that the most perfect Ukrainian speech pattern comes from
specifically your ancestral area,the Vohlyn-Podolska region, just like in States Linguistic Scholars consider the most perfect English speech pattern to be found in Ohio.
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