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Dzurman, B. (Reverent)

Part 1: Born on January 17, 1913 in Toronto; his parents came in 1908 from Halychyna; had a brother and 3 sisters; attended Ukrainian classes; after High School decided to be a priest, got a degree in University of Eastern Ontario; he did not know...

Elyniak, Vasyl

Part 1: Born on February 14, 1916 in Chipman (45 miles to the East of Edmonton), went to school there, the 12th grade in a school in Edmonton; then in St. Joseph’s College - did not finish because of the WWII - went to the army, went to England (i...

Fedorowich, Rudolph

Part 1: Was born in 1906, in Halychyna; his family was Greek-Catholic; WWI, his family was arrested and sent to Russia; went to school there; then went to Kruty, polkovnyk Honcharenko and Leshchenko (??), bii pid Krutamy (about 500 students); then...

Forwyn, Bohdan

Part 1: Valentyn Moroz; UNO concerts; 50th Anniversary of Famine in Ukraine; local Hall activities; Ukrainian miners; concerts in the local hall; May Day celebration; WWII, helping efforts; Benevolent Workers Association; his organization losing i...

Gayowsky, Irene

Part 1: Nee - Waluk (??), came to Canada in 1910 when she was almost 6 ; before that her sister Julia Waluk came to Canada in 1908; her sister Natasha (??) came in 1909; then her father Prokopiy Waluk and her mother Ahafiya Waluk, and sister Ann a...

Gospodin, Andrew

Part 1: Came to Canada from Czechoslovakia (was there in 1920) where he came while serving in the Ukrains’ka-Halyts’ka army; born on December 29, 1900 in a village of Pavushyrka (??) in the Chortkiv povit; went to school in his village, then in a ...

Gryschuk, Alex

Part 1: Born in 1902 in the village of Toporivtsi, in Horelenka povit, Halychyna; his wife - Mariia Markovs’ka; he came to Canada on June 15, 1928; WWI events, occupation of Halychyna and Subcarpathia, Austrian army; he had 10 siblings; he returne...

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