Our database of surnames and villages
We’ve been fortunate to work with so many people. When we reflect on all the research we’ve done, it reminds us of how many new friends we’ve made and villages we’ve visited.
We’ve compiled over 1,600 surnames and over 180 villages that we’ve explored through our genealogy research work and made it available as a resource to help you get started in your own family research.
Name of the Town, its Variations and misspellings
Nowadays Administrative Location in Ukraine/Poland
Administrative Location before WWI
Administrative Location in the Interwar Period
Surnames I Dealt with and Their Various Spellings
Березина, Berezyna, Brzezina, Bzhezina, Berezina, Berezina, Berezino, Brzezine
Berezyna in Mykolaiv Region, Lviv Province, Ukraine
Brzezina, County Zydaczow, Galicia, Austria-Hungary
Brzezina, Gmina Rozdol, Powiat Zydaczow, Stanislawow, Poland
Bulsky, Bulskyj, Wiene, Dzindziura, Hudyma, Gudyma, Fekowski, Fikowski, Fekovskyj, Lubinski, LubiŃski, Lubinskyi, Matus, MatuŚ, Shymanski, SzymaŃski, Shymanskyi, Iwakhow, IwachÓw, Ivakhov, Iwachiv, Ivakhiv, Wereshchuk, Wereszczuk, Vereshchuk, Jarytski, Jarycki, Jarzycki, Jarytskyj, Lubinski, LubiŃski, Lubinskyi, Bohonos, Bogonos, Bohonis, Bogonis, Maykut, Majkut, Niedzwiedski, Zaturnicki, Zaturnitskyj, Zatwarnietska, Zatwarnicki, Zatwarnicka, Noga, Noha, Shymansky, SzymaŃski, Shymanskyi, Parashchuk, Paraszczuk, Pichkowski, Piczkowski, Pichkovskyi, Popyk, Popik, Murashchuk, Musaszczuk, Shchepaniak, Szczepaniak, Sadowa, Sadova, Tsap, Cap, Zaparnicki, Zaparnytskyi