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Muranetz**** Possibly spelled differently

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Re: Location of Muranetz

Posted: 1354035496000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1354036724000
If Immigrant Ancestor were emigrating in 1912 and coming from Lutsk county > Vohlynskaya region, immigration record would show him coming from RUSSIA , not Austria. (There was/is a selo/village called Sokil in Vohlyn oblast/region.) SOKOL (and other suffix variants) means FALCON in several Slavic languages. At the turn of the century there were appx 60 million people living in regions that are Ukraine today.

In 1926 Sokal, large district center, was located in Lwowskie wojiwodstwo/region> Reconstituted Poland. Anyone emigrating in this time frame was coming from Poland.

Immigrants frequently referred to their district centers as place of origin for geographical reference, because their own villages were small. During Great Immigration Period, most emigrants were leaving their small native villages for economic opportunity. Following is a short list of them. Stay fexible re transliterational (sounds like) variants/spellings.
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List of villages in Sokal(skij) raion/district in Lviv(ska) oblast/region for which LDS Films are available:

Baranie Peretoki (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Baranie Peretoki (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Peretoky (formerly Baran′o-Peretoky, Barani Peretoky), Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Bełz, Galizien, Austria; later Bełz (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Belz, L'viv, Ukraine

Bezejow (Bełz), Galizien, Austria; later Bezejow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland. It appears that Bezejow was probably incorporated into the modern-day locality of Murovane (aka ZHabche Murovane), Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Bobiatyn (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Bobiatyn (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Kydaniv, Buchach, Ternopil′, Ukraine

Bruckenthal, Galicia, Austria; later Bruckenthal (Rawa Ruska), Lwow, Poland. This locality no longer exists. Included are records from the following localities: Woronow (Uhnow), Galicia, Austria, later Woronow (Rawa Ruska), Lwow, Poland, now Voroniv, Sokal', L'viv, Ukraine; Chlewczany, Galicia, Austria, later Chlewczany (Rawa Ruska), Lwow, Poland, now Khlivchany, Sokal', L'viv, Ukraine; Domaszow, Galicia, Austria, later Domaszow (Rawa Ruska), Lwow, Poland, now Domashiv, Sokal', L'viv, Ukraine; Sałasze (Uhnow), Galicia, Austria, later Sałasze (Rawa Ruska), Lwow, Poland, now Dibrova, Sokal', L'viv, Ukraine; and Choronow, Galicia, Austria, later Choronow (Rawa Ruska), Lwow, Poland, now part of Khlivchany, Sokal', L'viv, Ukraine

Butyny (Mosty Wielkie), Galizien, Austria; later Butyny (Żołkiew), Lwow, Poland; now Butyny, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Domaszow (Uhnow), Galizien, Austria; later Domaszow (Rawa Ruska), Lwow, Poland; now Domashiv, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Dworce (Mosty Wielkie), Galizien, Austria; later Dworce (Żołkiew), Lwow, Poland; now Dvirtsi, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Gluchow (Bełz), Galizien, Austria; later Gluchow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Hlukhiv, Sokal′, Lv′iv, Ukraine

Horbkow (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Horbkow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Horbkiv, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Iłkowice (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Ilkowice (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Il′kovychi, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Karow (Uhnow), Galizien, Austria; later Karow (Rawa Ruska), Lwow, Poland; now Kariv, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Komarow (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Komarow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Komariv, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Kopytow (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Kopytow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Kopytiv, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Kuliczkow (Bełz), Galizien, Austria; later Kuliczkow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Kulychkiv, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Łubow, Galizien, Austria; later Łubow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Lubnivka, L'viv, Ukraine. Includes: Korków

Mosty Wielkie, Galicia, Austria; later Mosty Wielkie (Żołkiew), Lwow, Poland; now Velyki Mosty, L'viv, Ukraine. Includes: Butyny, Przystań, Strzemień, Stanisłówka, Kupiczwola, Wolica, Wieczorkia, Niedźwiednia, etc

Ostrow (Bełz), Galicia, Austria; later Ostrow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Ostriv (Sokal), L'viv, Ukraine

Pawłowice (Hrubieszow), Lublin, Poland; now part of Podil's'ke, L'viv, Ukraine

Sokal, Galicia, Austria; later Sokal (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Sokal, L'viv, Ukraine. Includes the burbs Babiniec, Zabuże, Dobraczyn, Konotopy, Horbkow, Sawczyn, Dworki, Szmitkow,m Cieląż, Bojanice, Opulsko, Steniatyn, Horydotowicze, Ulowowek, Zawisznia, Poturzyca, Wulka Poturzyca, Beńdiucha, etc

Świtarzow, Galizien, Austria; later Świtarzow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Svytaziv, L'viv, Ukraine

Tartakow, Galicia, Austria; later Tartakow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Tartakiv, L'viv, Ukraine. Includes the towns Tartakowiec, Bobiatyn, Wołica, Horbkow, Steniatyn, Matow, Pierwiatycze, Kopytow, Zubkow, Leszczatow, Spasow, Switarzow, Perespa, Laszki, etc

Tartakow Miasto (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Tartakow Miasto (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Tartakiv, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Uhrynow (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Uhrynow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Dibrivka (until 1951 Uhryniv), L'viv, Ukraine. Includes: Kozlowiec, Husmicd, Tudorkowice, Pieczygory, Hołubie, Piaseczno, Dolhobyczow, Witkow, Kadłubiska, Wareszyn, Smoligow, Laskow, Podhajczyki, Wolka, Suszow, Radosław, Sulimow, Wojsławice, Mianowice, etc

Uhnow, Galizien, Austria; later Uhnow (Rawa Ruska), Lwow, Poland; now Uhniv (Sokal), L'viv, Ukraine. Includes: Karow, Mosty Małe, Dyniska, Hubinek, Machnow (with Zielona), Nowosiołki, Zastawie, Kardynalskie, Nowosiołki Przednie, Poddębce, Rzeczyca, Korzow, Wolka, Zastawie, etc

Waniow (Bełz), Galizien, Austria; later Waniow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Vaniv, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Waręż, Galicia, Austria; later Waręż (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Novoukrayinka (Varyazh / Variazh until 1951), L'viv, Ukraine. Includes: Łubow, Hatowice, Moszkow, Lwsczkow, Rusin, Dłużniow, Zniatyn, Chochłow Hulcze, Liwcze, Horodyszcze, Korkow, etc

Waręż Wieś (Bełz), Galizien, Austria; later Waręż Wieś (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Novoukrainka (also was known as Variazh until 1951), Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Wołoswin (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Wołoswin (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Volsvyn, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Wojsławice (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Wojsławice (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Volyns′ke (known as Voĭslavychi until 1951), Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine. Includes: Mianowice, Horodłowice, Chorobrow, Tudorkowice, Pieczygory, Ulwowek, Starogrow, etc

Wolica Komarowa (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Wolica Komarowa (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Volytsia (formerly Volytsia Komareva), Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Zawisznia (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Zawisznia (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Vyshnivka (formerly Zavyshnia), Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine

Zubkow (Sokal), Galizien, Austria; later Zubkow (Sokal), Lwow, Poland; now Zubkiv, Sokal′, L′viv, Ukraine
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