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Hawrysh, Nicholas

Part 1: Born on December 12, 1912, in the area of Michyn (????); his father Vasyl’ Hawrysh went to Canada from Horodenka in 1909; his mother’s nee is Nazarkiv (??), from Horodenka; father first settled in Michyn (??) (where his other co-villagers ...

Kapusta, Michael

Part 1: Born on November 9, 1918, in Toronto; his parents came from the Halychyna before WWI and settled in Toronto; there was a Ukrainian community and St. Josephate church in that part of Toronto; his father became a butcher, was active in the c...

Karasevich, Marie

Part 1: Nee - Skubynski (??). Born in 1914; father was an Orthodox from Bukovyna (came to Canada in 1907) and mother a Catholic from Halychyna (came in 1908); parents married in 1910; no religious quarrels in the family; Ukrainian communion; Fr. B...

Kardash, William

Part 1: Born on June 10, 1912 on a farm North of Hafford (??), Saskatchewan; his parents came to Canada in 1910 from near Kyiv (about 40 miles) and were farming; family was Baptist and Baptism was persecuted in Russia at that time; William was the...

Karpish, Peter

Part 1: Born in Ternopil’ oblast’, Terebovlia raion, a village of Kobylyky (now Zhovtneve), on December 30, 1901; his wife is Mariia Dukhnits’ka (??), she is from the same village; he went to a school in his village till 1914; in 1917 he was consc...

Kaye, Ludwig

Part 1: Born on July 5, 1918 in Yellow Creek; had to shorten his last name; his father came to Canada in 1911, mother came to Canada in 1914 with 3 sons (landed in Boston because the ship was redirected because of the war); family was Catholic; Fr...

Kindrachuk, Fedir

Part 1: His family was Catholic but converted into Orthodoxy; he has a BA; attended a regular Canadian school (teachers Havryniuk (??); Fr. Savchuk); all students were Ukrainian but had to hide Ukrainian books outside of school; Ukrainian classes ...

Knehinicki, John

Part 1 and Part 2: Born on June 11, 1909 in a village of Rukhiv. Greek-Catholic faith. His father decided to come to a farm in Canada (Manitoba) when John was 6 months old. His mother died when he finished the 4th grade. Had to do all the chores a...

Kolasky, John

Part 1: Born in Cobalt, Ontario, on October 5, 1915; family name was initially Koliaska; soon after his birth family moved North, to a farm, where there were 3 other Ukrainian families, Poles - their name became Polonized; in Timmins the only Ukra...

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