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Kolysher, Peter

Part 1: Real name - Kolyshir; came to Canada on June 8, 1928, to Saskatoon; was conscripted to the army in 1925-1926; was born in a village near Kolomyia; was born in 1903; there were many people in Saskatoon from his village; Prosvita Hall in Sas...

Konopka, Olga

Born on July 14 (??) 1906 in a village of Pidhorody (??), Rohatyn povit; she is Greek-Catholic; her father was a farmer but her mother’s brothers were judges and priests; Olga finished school and started a gymnasium when her father died; she was a...

Konopka, Volodymyr

Part 1: Born in 1906 in a village of Pidhorody, Rohatyn povit; came to Canada in 1928, to Saskatoon; immediately got a job in the organization of Ukrainian Catholics; Kosar; was offered to be a member of the Strilets’ka hromada but he could not ac...

Korchinski, Bronislav

Part 1: Born on December 25, 1905 in Canada, in (???); his father was a church deacon; parents taught him Ukrainian language at home (no school back then); then public High School, then he went to St. Joseph College; had a teacher’s training there...

Korda, Wasyl

Part 1: Born in a village of Ruda (??), povit Rohatyn (??), in 1896; he is Orthodox but family was Catholic in Ukraine; he had 4 siblings; his mother was Mariia Kukuruz (nee); his father was Dmytro Korda; he finished the village school; in 1915 he...

Kozicky, Helen

Part 1: Born in Calgary on February 6, 1916; her mother came to Canada as a 2 y.o. Child and her father was 18 when he came; Greek-Catholic family; during the Russian revolution her uncles and father came first to the USA and then to Canada; her f...

Kulyk, Andriy

Part 1: Born in Ukraine; refuses to provide his DOB; he is Orthodox now but his relatives who came to Canada around 1907 were Greek-Catholic; his family settled on a farm in Saskatchewan, to the South of Saskatoon; in 1917 Kulyk went to the Petro ...

Kupchak, Alex

Part 1: Born on March 14, 1919 in a village of Kupchakivka (??), Subcarpathia; his father was a member of Chytal’nia; his father served in the Austrian army and fought on various fronts; Ukrainians and Poles living next to each other; Pacification...

Kurdydyk, Anatol

Part 1: Born on July 24, 1905; his father was a Ukrainian priest; Anatol was the oldest of 7 children; father died of typhus soon after the WWI when Anatol was 14; after school, he studied at a bursa and was very poor; was composing poetry early i...

Kuzan, Semen

Part 1: Churches in Oshawa; Starshevs’kyi (??) the great person; Sosnovs’kyi; Alberman (??); Strielts’ka hromada in Edmonton; rivalry between Hlynka and Decore; building a Hall; Senator Yuzyk; Magera (???); Laybak (???); Stechyshyn, “Kredo”; Kosar...

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