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Lashin, Sam

Part 1: Born on August 4, 1911 in a village in Western Ukraine, he is Greek-Catholic; finished 8 grades of the village school; his father was the wealthiest man in the village; Sam had 2 brothers, one of whom was killed by the Poles in 1947; he ca...

Lobay, Stepan and Maria

Part 1: Born on November 24, 1904 in Halychyna (Sokal’s’kyi povit, village of Orzvyn (???)); his father was quite wealthy; Stepan had 2 brothers and 2 sisters; relations between Ukrainian and Jews in Orzvyn; vyzvol’ni zmahannia; life under the Pol...

Marunchak, Michael

Part 1: Liha Politychnykh v’iazniv; Tovarystvo Politv’iazniv; Mel’nyk, OUN; Pavlykovs’kyi; Bishop Buchko (??); UPA sviatkuvannia 1948; visiting concentration camps looking for political prisoners; Martynets’, Mykhailo Bazhans’kyi; “persha linia” v...

Panchuk, Gordon R.B.

Part 1: Born in Saskatchewan in 1915; formation of CUC and its 2 Committees; Het’mantsi; UNO; Bosyi (??); URO (Ukrains’ka Robitnycha orhanizatsia); BUC; SUS; trip of Konovalets’ to Canada; Stechyshyn, Svystun; Lazarovych; Strilets’ka hromada; the ...

Pawluk, Olga

Part 1: Travel to Halifax at the end of WWII after 7 years of absence; she settled in Toronto; joined UNO with her husband Stepan; creating Ukrainian Veterans Association; Panchuk; Stepan helping the veterans; Pohorets’kyi (?); in 5 years, her hus...

Petryshyn, Michael

Part 1: Born on February 8, 1897 in the Mishanytsia (??) village, Yavoriv district, Lviv region; used to be Greek-Catholic, but now is Orthodox; 10 children in his family; finished the village school using Ukrainian and Polish; Maksymovych the vil...

Pysklywec, Nick

Part 1: Born on December 19, 1898 in a village of Trebukhivtsi (now “Druzhba”), Ternopil region; Buchach povit; he came to Canada in May 1928, to Quebec, then to Saskatoon; WWI - he was a soldier in Russian Army; he was at the Romanian and Italian...

Romaniw, Semen

Part 1: Became a member of Ridna Shkola and Prosvita; UNO; meeting with Kokhan in 1948 in Thunder Bay; Koordynatsiinyi Ukrains’kyi Komitet, Natsional’na Rada; CUC; Klish (??); Roshko (??); Petro Basiuk (??); Fr. Izhyk (??); Liha vyzvolennia Ukrain...

Sagacz, Wolodymyr

Part 1: Born on June 20, 1923 in Monastyrys’ke (??), Buchats’kyi povit; near Zarvanytsia, Podillia, Greek-Catholic; Ukrainian-Polish relations; cooperative movement; Prosvita; went to a gymnasium in Stanislaviv; Patriarch Slipyi, Dukhovna akademii...

Sawchuk, Natasha

Part 1: Nee - Slyva; born on August 25, 1934 in Sudbury, ON; her father was a gold miner, family lived in Beardmore (??), Geraldton (??), Windsor; graduated from the University of Windsor; her husband’s name is Orest; her mother came to Canada fro...

Shulha, Olha

Part 1: Nee - Kashuba; she is Orthodox, born on December 16, 1911 in Holobychok of Borshchiv povit; she came to Canada in 1924; her mother died when she was little, and her father was in the Austrian army but ran away to Canada in 1914; she came f...

Stratychuk, Roman Mr.&Mrs.

Part 1: Was born in what today is Canora, SK, on July 2, 1902; his parents came to Canada in 1900 from the Borshchiv povit, village of Pylypche (??); they were Greek-Catholic, but Roman converted to Orthodoxy; finished School in 1915; internment o...

Svarich, Petro

Part 1: Petro Lazarovych (?); choir, soloists; speeches (toasts) during some event dedicated to Svarich; singing Ukrainian songs; Instytut Sv. Ivana in Vegreville (?); Instytut Hrushevs’koho; Svarich was a secretary of several schools.Part 2: Spee...

Sytnyk, Wasyl

Part 1: Born on April 28, 1907 in Ivankove, Borshchiv povit; his wife is Anna Kravets’; family moved to Ternopil’ when Wasyl was about 2 y.o.; his mother died early; his elder sister was taking care of him; finished gymnasium and went to the Unive...

Toupich, Artamon

Part 1: Born on June 7, 1908 in Bukovyna, village of Orkhykhliby (??), povit of Kytsman’; family came to Canada in 1928; Greek-Orthodox; went to work where most Ukrainians would work - roads; Canada was requesting 800 Bukovynians for harvesting; h...

Worobetz, Peter

Part 1: Born on March 27, 1910 in Canada; his parents came in 1906-1907 from Sokal’ povit; they emigrated for economic reasons; Ukrainian Catholics; Hanushchak (??); WWI and WWII; Narodnyi Dim; parents subscribed to Kanadiiskyi farmar, Ukrains’ki ...

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