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Re: Ivan Pylypiw & Yurko Panischak
Posted by: Jim Sauchyn (ID *****4186) Date: November 21, 2012 at 09:39:18
In Reply to: Re: Ivan Pylypiw & Yurko Panischak by Hania of 12152

Hania - I have corresponded with another Nebyliw descendant who sent me some information he had researched. His information may have come from a book a Nebyliw resident had written. I know it sounds rather vague, I have to look into my computer and find all the information... From the information I have the soldiers were peasants who were fighting Tatars. The Tatars apparently had raids into this area, perhaps to capture slaves. I had read somewhere once about a Tatar raid against Perehinsko, a neighbouring village.


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