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WAROWY

Preface

Although it has been known for several years that the wife of Antonina Warowy, wife of Wasyl Demchuk of Sifton, Manitoba, was a daughter of Martin and Mariya (Sołonynka) Warowy, it was not until the 2010 discovery by Borislaw Bilash II that Antonia had a brother, that enough was known to warrant beginning a page on this family. Sections I and II cover the ancestry of Antonina Warowy and her brother, Peter Warowy, of Winnipeg and St. Martin, Manitoba. Section III covers the line of Petro Warowy (or Waroway), of Valley River, Manitoba. Section IV covers the ancestry of Anna Warowy, wife of Stefan Brylinski, of Pine River, Manitoba. Section V covers the line of Kazimierz Warowy, of Pine River, Manitoba. All these lines came from Tsyhany [Цигани], in the parish of Skala, district of Borshchiv, Ternopil’, Galicia, Ukraine, but were not closely related. However, the homestead on which Antonia (Warowy) Demchuk and her husband settled in 1898 was close to that where Petro Warowy and his wife had settled the previous year,[1] and even closer to that of Petro’s son, Stefan, their properties being separated diagonally by only one section of land.[2] Thus those two families, at least, were likely acqainted with one another.

Thanks are due to the following persons for assistance with these notes:

  • Larry Hrehirchuk, of Winnipeg, who has supplied much material from his extensive files on the Demchuk family, including a copy of Demetrius P. Demchuk’s typescript Demchuk history
  • The brothers Chris and Mike Bostwick, descendants of the Panagabko family, who kindly provided copies of the baptismal records of Kateryna and Mariya Demchuk
  • Borislaw Bilash II (a descendant of Peter Waroway and Warwara Semczyszyn, for whom see Line III of these notes), formerly of Winnipeg, now of New Jersey, for bringing to our attention the passenger list which records the family of Maria [Sołonynka] Warowy, mother (not sister-in-law as stated in an earlier version of this page) of Antonia Warowy.
  • Diana Kuzyk (a descendant of a possibly related Warowy family which also came from Cyhany), who supplied copies of documents.
  • Gary Duschl (not a Warowy descendant), author of the Kuzyk Family Tree at MyHeritage.com, who generously shared his researches in the Tsyhany church registers, and offered many helpful suggestions as to their interpretation.

An asociated page on this website is our Ancestor table of the children of Leo James Lubiniecki and Alma Cecilia Reagan.


I. The earliest known generation of the Larzycki alias Warowy family of Tsyhany

Mathias Larzycki, of house no. 16, Tsyhany, born 1722-23 (based on his reported age at death, which is perhaps exaggerated), died 31 May 1803 in house no. 16, aged 80 years, and buried as “Mathias Larzycki.”[3] He shared the house with Joannes and Rosalia Parcey, whose son Joannes would marry Mathias’s presumed daughter, Rosalia. Chronological considerations, the long-sustained connection of later Warowys with house no. 16, and the fact that most of the next generation can be shown to have used the surname Larzycki through to about the time of Mathias’s death before settling on the surname Warowy, makes it almost certain that the persons below are his children. No direct evidence for the name of his wife has been found. Certainly she was not the “Hedvigis Larczycka, vidua” who predeceased him on 25 March 1793, dying apparently in house no. 130 [last digit unclear], aged 70 years.[4] She was perhaps Catharina ____, who was born 1732-33 (by calculation), died 26 May 1799 in house no. 16, aged 67 years, and was buried as Catharina “Larycka” (sic), but it is unusual, even at this early period, for a burial record to fail to name the husband of a married woman. It is impossible to say whether she was the same as the Catharina Larzycka who served as godmother at the baptism of a child of Laurentius and Francisca Zylka in 1784,[5] as Mathias Larzycki’s son Mathias likewise married a woman named Catharina.
    The family’s use of the name Warowy — usually spelled Warowey in the earliest records — has been noted so early as 1786, and again in 1790 and 1794, but Anton (no. iv below) does not seem to have used the name until 1806, and Luca (no. vi below) until 1804. In its earliest recorded forms, the masculine Waraweyczuk (for Mathias, no. iii below, in 1786) and the feminine Wareweyczukowa (for Rosalia, no. vii below, in 1794), it incorporates a diminutive element (-czuk) which did not persist in later versions. Whatever the origin of the name, it is decidely rare; and a substantial proportion of families named Warowey, Waroway, or Warowy can be traced back to Tsyhany.
    Known issue, order partly inferential:

  1. (probably) Marianna Larzycka or Warowey, probably a mature adult by the 1790s. “Marianna Waroweyowa Larzycka” served as godmother to a child of Jacobus Karwacki and his wife Magdalena shortly after 15 February 1790.[6] “Marianna Larzycka” served as a godmother to a child of Paulus “Ponagabko” and his wife Marianna, shortly after 6 July 1796.[7] “Marianna, Mathiæ Lawrowy [reading of surname uncertain]” married before 1798, Martinus Rudnicki, and they had a child, Sebastianus, born 15 January 1798 in house no. 17, Tsyhany.[8]
  2. (perhaps) Sophia Larzycka or Warowey, probably a mature adult by the 1790s. “Sophia Warowey” served as godmother to Jacobus Kozak, born 26 October 1793 in house no. 6, Tsyhany. “Sophia Larzycki” served as godmother to Theodorus Kozak, born 23 February 1796 in house no. 7, Tsyhany. “Sophia Laursicka” [? reading unclear] served as Maria Kozak, born 18 March 1797 in house no. 6, Tsyhany. All three were children of Eudoxia Sołonynka and her husband Gabriel Kozak, so the sponsor in the three cases was probably the same woman. The Larycki or Warowy family had multiple assocations with the Sołonynka family.
  3. (presumably) Mathias Warowy, born say 1760, perhaps the Mathias Wawry… [ending unclear] who died 11 September 1800 in house no. 53, Tsyhany, aged 40 years.[9] He married by 1786, Catharina G___ (surname given in baptismal record of daughter Regina, but unclear).
    1. Regina Waroway, born 11 [September?] 1786 in house no. 16, Tsyhany, baptized as Regina, daughter of “Mathias Waraweyczuk” and “Catharina nata de Thoma G____ [unclear].”[10] Despite the discrepancy in age, she was perhaps the “Regina Wawrzykowa” of Cygany, unmarried woman, aged 22 [implying a date of birth of 1788-89], parentage not stated, who married 16 December 1811 by Catholic rites,[11] Martinus Szuiztakow, widower, aged 40 years.
  4. (presumably) Anton Larzycki alias Warowy, born 1762-63 (by calculation), alive in 1806. See Line II.
  5. (probably) Joannes Larzycki, married before 1792, Anna de ____ (surname given in baptismal record of son Basilius, but unclear). He married (2) 25 November 1804 at Tsyhany, by Catholic rites[12] Maria [?] ____. Their marriage record, which is barely readable, names then as Joannes Larzycki, widower, aged 31 years, and Maria [?] ____, widow, aged 30 years. Only known child, by first wife:
    1. Basilius Larzycki, born 27 January 1792, baptized as a son of Joannes Larzycki and Anna de ____ [illegible], with godfather Mathias Warowey.[13]
  6. (presumably) Luca Larzycki alias Warowy, of Tsyhany, born 1769-70 (based on age at marriage), died 28 December 1828 in house no. 41, Tsyhany. See Line V.
  7. (probably) Rosalia Larzycka alias Warowy, born 1773-74 (by calculation), died some time in 1806-1809. She married 2 October 1794 at Tsyhany, by Roman Catholic rites,[14] Joannes Parcey, born 1773-74 (by calculation from age at marriage), died 29 August 1831 of cholera in house no. 16, Tsyhany, and buried by Catholic rites as “Joannes Parcey, viduus,” his age being then stated as 53 years, which is likely understated as it would make him only 16 at his marriage.[15] Their marriage record names them as Joannes Parcey, aged 20, and Rosalia Wareweyczukowa (sic), aged 20; the first name of the groom is extremely faint, but is corroborated by the 1796 baptismal record of his son Joannes Nepomucenus. One of the witnesses to their marriage was Blasius Makohon, presumably the one of this name whose daughter Apolonia later married Thomas Warowy, son of Luca above.[16] No record yet discovered names Rosalia’s father, but we tentatively place her as a daughter of Mathias (Sr.) because he does not appear to have had a son who was old enough to be Rosalia’s father. After Rosalia’s death Joannes Parcey married secondly by 1809, Anna Szewcowa, and they had a son Ignatius, born 30 July 1809 in house no. 16.[17] Known issue:[18]
    1. Joannes Nepomucenus Parcey, born 20 May 1796 in house no. 16, and baptized as Joannes Nepomucenus Parcey, son of “Joannes Parcey … agricola” and “Rosalia filia Larzycki.”
    2. Marianna Parcey, born 17 April 1801 in house no. 16, Tsyhany, baptized as Marianna, daughter of Joannes Parcey and Rosalia ____.
    3. Michael Parcey, born 9 March 1806, baptized as a son of Joannes Parcey and Rosalia ____.

II. Anton Warowy (fl. 1793-1806), of Tsyhany

1. Mathias Larzycki (see Part I) was presumably father of:

2. Anton Warowy, born 1762-63 (by calculation), alive in 1806. As with Luca Warowy, the founder of Line V below, it seems that this man’s original surname was Larzycki, the name under which he was married, and which appears in the baptismal records of his first two children. In the 1806 baptismal record of his son Martin his surname is given as Warowey, the name used by his descendants. He married 5 January 1786 in house no. 16, Tsyhany according to Roman Catholic rites,[19] Agnes Jakubko, born 1770-71 (by calculation), alive in 1806. Their marriage record names them as Antonius Larzycki, aged 23, unmarried man, and Agnes Johanowna [?], aged 15, unmarried woman. However, the baptismal records of several of her children agree that her surname was really Jakubko. They were probably living in house no. 40, Tsyhany, by 1789, as at least four of their children were born there, and one died there. Known issue:[20]

  1. Agnes Warowy, born 2 January 1787 in house no. 73, Tsyhany, and baptized as Agnes, daughter of “Antonius Larzycki” and “Agnes nata de Jakub___ [ending unclear],” died 18 February 1790 in house no. 40, aged 3 years, and buried as “Abges, filia Antonii Larzycki.”[21]
  2. Josef Warowy, born 16 March 1789 in house no. 40, Tsyhany, and baptized as Josephus, son of “Antonius Larzycki” and “Agnes … [surname too faint to read],” died by 1797, when another son was given the same name.
  3. Theressia Warowy, born 10 October 1790 at Tsyhany (house number not stated), and baptized as Theressia, daughter of “Antonius Larzycki” and “Agnes de Jako___ [ending unclear].”
  4. 3Andreas Warowy, born 27 November 1793 in house no. 40, Tsyhany, baptized in the Roman Catholic church as Andreas, son of “Antonius Larzycki w Warowy” and “Agnes de Jakubko.”
  5. Josef Warowy, born 29 March 1797 in house no. 40, Tsyhany, and baptized as Josephus, son of “Antonius Larzycki” and “Agnes Jakubkowa filia.”
  6. Wasyl Warowy, born 5 January 1801 in house no. 40, Tsyhany, baptized in the Roman Catholic church as Blasius, son of “Antonius Larz[yc?]ki [middle of word extremely faint]” and “Agnes … [surname too faint to read].” See Line III.
  7. Martin Warowy, born 7 November 1806 in house no. 110, Tsyhany, baptized in the Roman Catholic church as Martinus, son of Antonius Warowey and Agnes ____ [no surname].

3. Andreas Warowy, of house no. 80, Tsyhany, son of Anton Warowy and Agnes ____, was born 27 November 1793 in house no. 40, Tsyhany, was baptized according to Catholic rites, and was still alive in 1845 (when his daughter Anna was born); he is possibly the “Andreas Warowy, uxoratus” (house number not stated) who died 8 July 1848, and was buried two days later at Tsyhany,[22] but if so the age at death is surely grossly understated, and to have been a married man (uxoratus) rather than a widower (viduus), he must have had a third wife of whom no other indication has been found. He married (1) before 1818, Teressa Petrykowa, died some time in 1818-31, daughter of Joannes Petrykow. She and her father are named in full in the baptismal record of her son Wasyl, and her first name is given in the baptismal record of her grandson Mathias Warowy (1843). Andreas married (2) (as her second husband), 19 September 1831 at Tsyhany, Agnes Jabłonski, born 1808-09 (aged 22 in 1831), still alive in 1845 (when her daughter Anna was born), died 18 December 1845 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, reportedly aged 40, and buried two days later as “Agnes, Andr[e]æ Warowy uxor,”[23] widow of ________, and daughter of Martin Jabłonski and Pelagia ____ (?). The marriage record names the parties as “Andreas, Antonii et Agnetis Warowy filius,” aged 37 years, widower, and “Agnes, Martini et Barbara [?] Jabłonskich [genitive plural of Jabłonski] filia,” aged 22 years, widow. However, the baptismal records of her daughters Marianna and Anna gives her mother’s name as Pelagia.
    Known issue:

(by first wife)

  1. 4Wasyl Warowy, born 8 January 1818 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, as Blasius, son of “Andreas Warowey” and “Theressa nata par Joanne Petrykow,” with godparents Michael Bazczak and Anastasia Petrykowa, the parents’ condition being given as rustici.[24]

(by second wife)

  1. Victoria Warowy, born 1830-31 (by calculation; born during gap in baptismal register), married 9 February 1852 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, by Catholic rites,[25] Joannes Mandebur, born 1830-31 (aged 21 years in 1852), son of Fedor Mandebur and Anna ____. Their marriage record describes them as “Joannes, Theodori et Annæ Mandebur,” aged 21 years, and “Victoria, Andrei et Agnetis Warowy filia,” aged 21 years. only known child:
    1. Magdalena Mandebur, born 21 January 1858.[26]
  2. Joseph Warowy, born 18 March 1834, baptized as a child of “Andreas, Antonii et Agnetis Warowy filius” and “Agnes, Martini et Pelagiæ Jabłonskich [genitive plural of Jabłonski] filia.”[27]
  3. Marianna Warowy, born 1 December 1836 in house no. 80, baptized as a child of “Andreas, Antoni et Agnetis Warowy filia” and “Agnes, Martini et Pelagiæ Jabłonskich filia,” died 1 March 1852 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, aged 15 years, and buried two days later according to Catholic rites as “Marianna, Andrei et Agathæ [error for Agnetis] Warowych [genitive plural of Warowy] filia,” confusing her parents with her grandparents.[28]
  4. Marianna Warowy, born possibly in 1842-43 (if she was 18 at her marriage), and in any case when her older sister Marianna was still alive. She married 11 November 1861 in house no. 97, Tyshany,[29] Valentin Junik, born 1840-41 (by calculation), son of Andreas Junik. Their marriage record names them as “Valentinus, Andreæ Junik [surname extremely faint] filius,” aged 20 years, and “Marianna, filia Andreæ Warowy,” the age being either 18 or else only a 1 with the second digit left blank.
  5. Anna Warowy, born 6 December 1845 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Anna, daughter of “Andreas, Antonii et Agneta [i.e. Agnetis] Warowych filius” and “Agnes, Martini et Pelagiæ Jabłonskich filia,”[30] died 3 January 1846 in house no. 80, aged 2 months, and buried two days later as “Anna, filia laboriosi Andreæ Warowy.”[31]

4. Wasyl Warowy, of Tsyhany, son of Andreas Warowy and Theresa Petrokow, was born 8 January 1818 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, was baptized the same day in the Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany (as above),[32] died 29 March 1868 in house no. 80, aged 50 years, and buried as “Blasius Warowy, Magadalenæ Twardochlib maritus.”[33] He married (2) 8 November 1841 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, by Catholic rites,[34] Magdalena Twardochlib, born about 1820 (aged 20 in 1841, 53 in 1873), died 1 February 1873, aged 53 years, and buried two days later according to Catholic rites as “Magdalena Twardochlib, vidua Blasii Warowy,”[35] daughter of Simon Twardochlib and Francisca/Francina ____. The marriage record calls him Blasius, son of Andreas Warowy and Agneta ____ [an error for Theresa], aged 22 years, unmarried man, and Magdalena, daughter of Simon Twardochlib and Francisca ____, aged 20 years, unmarried woman. Her surname also appears in the baptismal recods of her children Josef, Anastasia, and Stanislaus. Her mother’s name is variously given as Francisca or Francina in her children’s baptismal records. Known issue:[36]

  1. Mathias Warowy, born 24 February 1843 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized as Mathias, son of “Blasius, Andreæ [et] Teressæ Warowy filius” and “Magdalena, Simonis et Franciscæ Twardoskich [an error for Twardochlib] filia.[37] He married 12 September 1869 in house no. 104, Tsyhany, by Roman Catholic rites,[38] Anna Wouczuk, born 1846-47 (by calculation), daughter of Paul Wouczuk and Eva ____. Their marriage record names them as “Mathias, Blasii et Magdalena[e] Warowy filius,” aged 26 years, and “Anna, Pauli et Eva[e] Wouczuk filia,” aged 22 years. Known issue:
    1. Maria Warowy, born 10 May 1876 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Maria, daughter of “Mathias, Blasii Warowy et Magdalenæ filius” and “Agnes [an error for Anna], Pauli Wouczuk et Evæ.”[39] died 29 December 1885 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, aged 9 years, of phthisis, and buried two days later as “Maria, Mathiæ Warowy et Annæ Wouczuk filia.”[40]
    2. Agatha Warowy, born 19 August 1879 in house no. 50, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Agatha, daughter of “Mathias, Blasii Warowy et Magdalenæ” and “Anna, Pauli Wouczuk et Evæ filia,”[41] died 19 June 1885 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, aged 6 years, and was buried as “Agata [sic], Mathei Warowy et Anna Wouczuk filia.”[42]
    3. Antonina Warowy, born 16 February 1882 in house no. 50, Tsyhany, baptized the next day in the Greek Catholic church as Antonina, daughter of “Mathias, Blasii Warowy et Magdalenæ” and “Anna, Pauli Wouczuk et Evæ.”[43]
    4. Josef Warowy, born 3 February 1885 in house no. 50, Tsyhany, baptized the next day in the Greek Catholic church as Josefus, son of “Mathias, Blasii Warowy et Magdalenæ” and “Anna, Pauli Wouczuk et Eva[e] filia.”[44]
    5. Adalbert Warowy, born 31 March 1888 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Adalbertus, son of “Mathias, Blasii Warowy et Magdalena[e]” and “Anna, Pauli Wouczuk et Evæ filia.”[45]
  2. Anna Warowy, born about March 1844 (there is a gap in the surviving baptismal register for this period), died 10 September 1846 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, aged 1½ years, and buried two days later according to Catholic rites.[46]
  3. Josef Warowy, born 20 August 1846 in house no. 146, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Josephus, son of “Blasius, Andreæ et Teressæ Warowych [genitive plural of Warowy] filius” and “Magdalena, Simonis et Teressæ [sic; error for Franciscæ] Twardochlib filia,” died 30 May 1885, and buried as “Josephus Warowy, Zophiæ Jabubiszyn maritus,” aged 37 years [recte 38]. He married before 1876, Zophia Jakubiszyn, who survived him, daughter of Josef Jakubiszyn and Irena ____. Known issue:
    1. Thecla Warowy, born 25 September 1873 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized as Thecla, daughter of “Josephus, Blasii Warowy et Magdalena[e]” and “Zophia Josephi Jakubiszyn et Irenæ,” died 18 March 1878 (annotation in baptismal record).
    2. Anna Warowy, born 3 May 1876 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Ann, daughrer of “Josephus, Blasii Warowy et Magdalenæ filius” and “Zofia, Josephi Jakubiszyn et Irena[e] filia,[47] died 17 December 1878 (notation in baptismal record).
    3. Wasyl Warowy, born 11 October 1879 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the next day in the Greek Catholic church as a Bazilius, son of “Josephus, Blasii Warowy et Magdalenæ filius” and “Zofia, Josephi Jakubiszyn et Irenæ filia.”[48]
    4. Josefa Warowy, born 16 February 1883 in hous no. 88, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as a Josefa, daughter of “Josefus, Blasii Warowy et Magdalenæ” and “Zofia, Josefi Jakubiszyn et Irenæ.”[49]
  4. Anastasia Warowy, born 25 January 1848 in house no. 80, baptized the same day as Anastasia, daughter of “Blasius, Andreæ et Teressæ Warowych filius” and “Magdalena, Mathiæ [sic; error for Simonis] et Franciscæ Twardochlib filia,” died 6 March 1852 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, aged 3 [actually 4] years, and buried two days later according to Catholic rites.[50]
  5. Stanislaus Warowy, born 24 May 1849 at Tyshany (house number not stated in baptismal record), baptized the same day as Stanislaus, son of “Blasius, Andreæ et Teressæ Warowych filius” and “Magdalena, Simonis et Francinæ [sic] Twardochlib filia.” He married by 1879, Catharina Polkiewicz, daughter of Wasyl Polkiewicz and Maria ____. Known issue:[51]
    1. Anna Warowy, born 17 October 1874 in house no. 155, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Anna, daughter of “Stanislaus, Blasii Warowy et Irenæ [an error for Magdalena]” and “Catharina, Blasii Palkiewicz et Mariæ.”
    2. Josef Warowy, born 10 December 1876, baptized as Josephus, son of “Stanislaus, Blasii Warowy et Irena[e] [an error for Magdalena] filius” and “Catharina, Blasii Polkiewicz et Maria[e].”
    3. Agnes Warowy, born 19 June 1879 at house no. 155, Tsyhany, and baptized as Agnes, daughter of “Stanislaus, Blasii Warowy et Irena[e] [an error for Magdalena]” and “Catharina, Blasii Polkiewicz et Maria[e].”
    4. Catharina Warowy, born 29 November 1881 in house no. 155, Tsyhany, baptized as Catharina, daughter of “Stanislaus, Blasii Warowy et Irena[e] [an error for Magdalena] filius” and “Catharina, Blasii Polkiewicz et Maria[e].”
  6. Agnes Warowy, born 12 April 1851 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, per baptismal record.[52] She married 18 July 1869 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, by Roman Catholic rites,[53] Jacob Szczukowski (whose surname elesewhere sometimes appears as Szczukulski), born 1844-45 (by calculation), son of Michael Szczukowski and Helena ____. Their marriage record refers to them as “Agnes, Blasii et Magdalena[e] Warowy,” aged 20 years [an overstatement], and “Jacobus, Michaelis et Helenæ Szczukowski,” aged 24 years. Known issue:
    1. Petro Szczukowski, born 18 July 1875 in house no. 76, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Petrus, son of “Jacobus, Michaelis Szczukowski et Helenæ” and “Agnes, Blasii Warowy et Madgalena[e].”[54]
    2. Franciscus Szczukowski, born 21 January 1877 in house no. 76, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Petrus, son of “Jacobus, Michaelis Szczukowski et Helenæ” and “Agnes, Blasii Warowy et Madgalena[e].”[55]
    3. Paulina Szczukowski, born 20 June 1879 in house no. 76, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Petrus, son of “Jacobus, Michaelis Szczukoski et Helenæ” and “Agnes, Blasii Warowy et Madgalena[e].”[56]
    4. Bartholomæus Szczukowski, born 2 April 1882 in house no. 76, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Bartholomæus, son of “Jacobus, Michaelis Szczukoski [sic] et Helenæ” and “Agnes, Blasii Warowy et Madgalenæ.”[57]
    5. Joannes Szczukowski, born 18 June 1882 in house no. 76, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Joannes, son of “Jacobus, Michaelis Szczukulski [sic] et Helenæ” and “Agnes, Blasii Warowy et Madgalenæ.”[58] The baptismal records are quite explicit about the dates of birth of him and the son Bartholomæus only two months earlier, and do not show either child as dying young. Could they possibly have been twins?
    6. Antonius Szczukowski, born 11 June 1885 in house no. 76, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Joannes, son of “Jacobus, Michaelis Szczukowski et Helenæ” and “Agnes, Blasii Warowy et Madgalenæ.”[59]
    7. Maria Szczukowski, born 14 July 1887 in house no. 76, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Maria, daughter of “Jacobus, Michaelis Szczukowski et Helenæ” and “Agnes, Blasii Warowy et Madgalenæ.”[60]
    8. Antonina Szczukowski, born 16 May 1890 in house no. 76, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Antonina, daughter of “Jacobus, Michaelis Szczukowski et Helenæ” and “Agnes, Blasii Warowy et Madgalenæ.”[61]
    9. Martin Szczukowski, born 21 January 1894 in house no. 76, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Martinus, son of “Jacobus, Michaelis Szczukoski [sic] et Helenæ” and “Agnes, Blasii Warowy et Madgalenæ.”[62]
  7. Michael Warowy, born 15 July 1855 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Michael, son of “Blasius, Andreæ et Teressæ Warowy filius” and “Magdalena, Simonis et Francinæ Twardochlib filia.” died 7 June 1863 in house no. 81 [sic], Tsyhany, aged 7 years, and buried the next day.[63]
  8. Antonina Warowy, born 19 May 1858 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Antonina, daughter of “Blasius, Andrei [sic] et Teressæ Warowy filius” and “Magdalena, Simonis et Francinæ Twardochlib filia,” alive in 1882. She married 24 October 1877 in house no. 6, Tsyhany, Michael Bujar, born 1846-47 (aged 30 in 1877), alive in 1882, son of Joachim Bujar and Eudoxia ____. Their marriage record refers to them as “Antonina, Blasii et Magdalenæ Warowy,” aged 21 years [sic], and “Michael, Joachimi et Eudoxiæ Bujar,” aged 30 years. Known issue:
    1. Maria Bujar, born 21 March 1882 in house no. 6, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic Church as Maria, daughter of “Michael, Josefi [sic] Bujar et Eudoxia[e]” and “Antonina, Blasii Warowy et Magdalena[e].”[64]
  9. Ignatius Warowy, born 1 January 1861 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Ignatius, son of “Blasius, Andreæ et Teressæ Warowy filius” and “Magdalena, Simonis et Franciscæ Twardochlib filia.” He married before 1888, Anna Eliaszow, daughter of Petro Eliasow and Michalina ____. Only known child:
    1. Petrus Warowy, born 13 July 1888 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic Church as Petrus, son of “Ignatius, Blasii Warowy et Madgalenæ” and “Anna, Petri Eliaszow et Michaelinæ,”[65] died 13 April 1889 (annotation in baptismal record).

IIIa. The line of Peter Warowy, of Winnipeg and St. Martin, Manitoba, and of his sister Antonina Warowy, wife of Wasyl Demchuk of Sifton, Manitoba

Anton Warowy Agnes Jakubko     Jacob Sołonynka Marianna Szewcuza Luca Bazczak Francisca Panagabka
Wasyl Warowy Irena Czornobaj Prokop Sołonynka Agneta Bazczak
Martin Warowy Mariya Sołonynka
Peter and Antonina Warowy

Antonina (Warowy) Demchuk
Antonina (Warowy) Demchuk, from the photograph collection of the late Eugene Blahitka, via his son and daughter-in-law Bill and Mary (Allen) Blahitka.

Mathias Larzycki (see Part I) was presumably father of:

Anton Warowy, born 1762-63 (by calculation), alive in 1806. He married 5 January 1786 in the Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, Agnes Jakubko, born 1770-71 (by calculation), alive in 1806. For a more complete record of their family see Line II above. Their issue included:

  1. Wasyl Warowy, born 5 January 1801 in house no. 40, Tsyhany, baptized in the Roman Catholic church as Blasius, son of “Antonius Larz[yc?]ki [middle word extremely faint]” and “Agnes … [surname too faint to read].”[66] Possibly identical with the Wasyl Warowy below.

1. Wasyl Warowy, of Tsyhany, possibly the son of Anton Warowy and Agnes Jakubko who was born 5 January 1801 in house no. 40, Tsyhany, was baptized as above, was still alive in 1838. He married certainly by 1838 and probably by 1836, Irena Czornobaj, alive in 1838. Her first name is given in the marriage record of their son Martin, and her full name in the baptismal record of Martin’s son Joannes; her surname is there spelled Czornobej, but Czornobaj is a more typical spelling. Record of their marriage has not been found at Tsyhany, and they may not have lived there, as neither have baptismal records for any children been found. In the absence of such records it is not possible to state with certainty that the Wasyl Warowy born in 1801 was the present man, but there are no other known candidates. Known issue (order inferential):[67]

  1. Franciscus Warowy, born say 1836; married by 1856, Parascevia Jakubiszyn, daughter of Basilius and Marlianna [or Martianna?] Jakubiszyn. Only known child:
    1. Peter Warowy, born 18 June 1856 in house no. 34, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as a child of “Franciscus, Blasii et Irenæ Warowy filius” and “Parascevia, Bazilii et Marliannæ [or Martiannæ?] Jakubiszyn filia.”
  2. 2Martin Warowy, of Tsyhany, born 1838-39 (aged 24 in 1863).

2. Martin Warowy, of Tsyhany, son of Wasyl Warowy and Irena Czornobaj, was born 1838-39 (aged 24 in 1863), and was still alive in 1865, but was dead by 1904 (when his wife is called a widow). At least four of his children were born in house no. 146, Tsyhany (in 1878, 1880, and 1882). He married 2 May 1863 in house no. 146, Tsyhany, according to Roman Catholic rites,[68] Mariya Sołonynka, born 1842-43 (aged 20 in 1863) in “Poland” (according to her death record; i.e. probably in Galicia), died 12 March 1914 at Lake St. Martin, in the Rural Municipality of Coldwell, Manitoba, of “senility,” daughter of Prokop Sołonynka and Agneta Bazczak.[69] Their marriage record, in latin, refers to them as “Martinus, Blasii et Irenae Warowy filius,” aged 24 years, and “Maria, Procopii et Agnetis Sołonynka filia,” aged 20 years. Their names (but not Mariya’s surname) are given in the baptismal records of their granddaughters, Kateryna (1889) and Mariya (1892), daughters of Wasyl Demchuk and Antonia Waroway. The widowed Maria Warowy, with her sons Peter and Fedor, departed from Hamburg on the S.S. Blücher on 13 April 1904, arriving on 24 April at New York. The entry gives the family’s nationality as Austrian and “race” as Polish, last residence as Cygany, and final destination as Winnipeg, Manitoba, with a note that they were going to join “brother of law [sic] Wasyl Demczuk [of] Winnipeg.”[70] The notation describing Wasyl Demczuk as a brother-in-law falls not beside Mariya’s name but rather beside that of one of her sons; and whether or not this was intentional it is correct, agreeing with the verifiable statement (see below) that the son Peter and Mrs. A[ntonina] Demchuk were siblings. The passenger list gives Mariya’s age as 58, implying a birthdate of 1845-46 and in reasonably good agreement with her marriage record. But records of her in later life contain increasingly preposterous statements respecting her age. “Mary” Warowy is found in the household of her son Peter at Winnipeg in the 1911 census (see below), with a stated age of 85 years and year of birth of 1826 (which is nine years before her parents’ marriage). Her son Peter, explicitly identified as such, was the informant for her death. Her death notice, with an even more exaggerated age, reads:

Death of Mrs. Mary Waroway. St. Martin, Man., March 13 [1914] — Mrs. Mary Waroway, aged 89, died at 2 o’clock yesterday morning. The funeral party will leave tomorrow for St. Laurent, where service will be held at the Roman Catholic church. Deceased lived here with her son Peter Waroway for two years, and prior to this was for ten years a resident of Winnipeg. Two daughters at Sifton, Man., and three sons and one daughter in Austria survive.[71]

The two daughters at Sifton were Antonia (Warowy) Demchuk, who is named as a survivor in the 1945 death notice of their brother Peter, and Agnes (Warowy) Shykulski, who can be identified through information contained in the account of her husband in Kaye’s Dictionary.
    Known issue:

  1. Joannes Warowy, born 19 June 1865 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Roman Catholic church as Joannes, son of “Martinus, Blasii Warowy et Irenæ Czornobej [sic] filius” and “Maria, Procopii Solonynka et Agnetis Kubin [an error for Bazczak] filia,” with godparents Carolus Panagabko and Maria Skolonika,[72] died by 1875, when another son was given the same name. The surname of the mother’s mother is in error, apparently resulting from a confusion between Agnes (Bazczak) Sołonynka and her second husband Martin Latusz’s subsequent wife, Magdalena Kubin.
  2. Antony Warowy, died in infancy 9 August 1868; recorded in the church register as “Antonius, Martini Warowy et Mariae Sołonynka filius.”[73]
  3. Antonina Warowy, born at Tsyhany probably in 1865-66,[74] died 5 October 1963 at Dauphin, stated in her death notice to have been “in her 95th year” (literally, aged 94 years),[75] and on her tombstone to have “lived 95 years,” and buried in the new section of St. Josaphat’s Cemetery (not beside her husband, where there was apparently no room remaining). She married 1 June 1884 in the Greek Catholic Church, Cyhany,[76] Wasyl (“William”) Demchuk,[77] son of Fedor Demchuk and Mariya Panagabka, who was born in December 1856 (per the 1911 census) or in 1857 (according to his tombstone and his nephew D. P. Demchuk)[78] or 1858-60 (marriage record gives his age as 24 in June 1884) or 1 August 1860 (according to the 1901 census) at Tsyhany, died 7 March 1934 at the General Hospital, Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada,[79] allegedly aged “77 yrs.,”[80] and buried in St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery, Sifton.[81] Their marriage record, in latin, records their names as “Antonina, Martinii et Mariae Warowy filia” and “Bazilius, Theodori et Mariae Demczuk filius,” and gives their ages as 18 and 24, respectively. They brought their family to Canada in 1898 on the Christiania, arriving at Halifax on 12 July 1898. Her son her Toma would later tell an interviewer that “My parents arrived in Canada in 1898 and joined the Steve Shykulski family [see below] who arrived in the Sifton area in 1897 [actually 1898].”[82] On 26 August following, “Wasyl Demtchuk, farmer” successfully applied for a patent to the southeast quarter of section 30, township 27, range 20 West of the Principal Meridian, at Valley River, near Sifton, Manitoba. He was naturalized on 31 March 1902.[83] He and his wife are mentioned by his nephew, Demetrius P. Demchuk, as follows: “Wasil Demchuk married Antonia Warowy in Tzihani. Antonia was born in the same village on ____ and died October 5th, 1968 [sic, at least in typewritten copy; should be 1963].”[84] For further details see under Demchuk.
  4. Agatha Warowy, born 20 April 1872 (per baptismal record), baptized in the Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, as a child of “Martinus, Blasii Warowy et Irenae” and “Maria, Procopii Sołonynka et Annæ [sic].”[85] See Line IIIb below.
  5. Joannes Warowy, born 29 March 1875 in house no. 146, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Joannes, son of “Martinus, Blasii Warowy et Irena[e] filius” and “Ann [error for Maria], Procopii Sołonynka et Anna[e] [error for Agnetis] filia,” with godparents Carolus Panagabko and Maria Skolonika.[86] He was married very young, by 1891, to Maria Karwacki, daughter of Martin Karwacki and Catarina ____. Known issue:
    1. Michael Warowy, born 24 August 1891 in house no. 171, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Michael, son of “Joannes, Martini Warowy et Mariæ” and “Maria, Martini Karwacki et Catarinæ,”[87] died 26 January 1893 (annotation in baptismal record).
    2. Carolus Warowy, born 28 January 1894 in house no. 363, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Carolus, son of “Joannes, Martini Warowy et Mariæ” and “Maria, Martini Karnacki et Catarinæ.”[88]
  6. 3Peter Warowy, born 25 June 1878 in house no. 146, Tsyhany (per baptismal record), possibly at Borshchiv, Ternopil, Galicia (see his entry below), baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, as a child of “Martinus, Blasii Warowy et Irenæ” and “Anna [error for Maria], Procopii Sołonynka et Annæ [error for Agnetis].”[89]
  7. Fedor Warowy, born 1879-80 (aged 24 in 1904); called a labourer in the 1904 passenger list. He must have died by 12 March 1914, as he is not listed as a survivor in his mother’s death notice.
  8. Michael Warowy, born 24 August 1880 in house no. 146, Tsyhany, baptized the next day in the Greek Catholic church as a child of “Martinus, Blasii Warowy et Irenae” and “Anna [an error for Maria], Procopii Sołonynka et Annæ [an error for Agnetis].”[90] No further record found.
  9. Michalina Warowy (twin to Josepha), born 4 May 1882 in house no. 146, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, as a child of “Martinus, Blasii Warowy et Irenae” and “Maria, Procopii Sołonynka et Annæ [an error for Agnetis],”[91] died 1 September 1886.[92]
  10. Josepha Warowy (twin to Michalina), born 4 May 1882 in house no. 146, Tsyhany, baptized with her sister Michalina. No further record found.

4. Peter Warowy, of Winnipeg, son of Martin Warowy and Mariya Sołonynka, was born 25 June 1878 in house no. 146, Tsyhany (per baptismal record), baptized in the Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, and died (during the lifetime of his mother) 24 March 1945 at Winnipeg, reportedly aged 65 years, and buried in Holy Ghost Catholic cemetery, Winnipeg.[93] In the 1904 passenger list he is called a labourer. A mere two months after his arrival, Peter Warowy, aged 25 years, unmarried, of Austro-Hungarian nationality but Polish ethnicity — who is recorded as having arrived 28 (sic) April 1904 on the S.S. “Blucher” and so is certainly the same man — crossed from Canada into Black Rock, New York, on 30 June 1904, declaring his destination as New York [City?].[94] However, it seems quite clear that he never went to the U.S. He married by 1907, Jennie Jaworski, born perhaps in May 1891 (per 1911 census, but her age of 27 in 1916 suggest a birthdate in 1888-89) in Poland, died 26 August 1982 at Vancouver, aged 93 years,[95] and buried in Ocean View Burial Park, Mounty Pleasant,[96] daughter of John Jaworski of Gimli, Manitoba.[97] They are found with two sons at 753 Scotland Street in the 1911 census of Winnipeg, and his stated birthdate of July 1879, place of birth of Poland, and year of immigration of 1905 are all in pretty good agreement with the passenger list, and his mother Mary Warowy is found in his household.[98] “P. Warowy” was postmaster of St. Martin Station, near Dauphin, Manitoba, in 1913.[99] In 1916 he and his wife were living at Selkirk, Manitoba, in township 32, range 9 West of the Principal Meridian, where he was the keeper of a general store.[100] Peter Warowy, then of St. Martin, was appointed a Justice of the Peace in the fiscal year 1917-1918.[101] In 1923, preparing for an intended move to Chicago from which he did not plan to return, but which may never have materialized, Peter Warowy underwent an examination by the Department of Labour. At the time he was aged 40 [an understatement], born at Borczov [? spelling unclear but doubtless an attempt at Borshchiv], Austria, of Polish ethnicity, a storekeeper, with $300 in assets, residing at 753 Scotland Avenue, Winnipeg, and married to Jennie ____; he had not resided in the U.S. since living there for part of a year in 1903 [sic]. In another, slightly later version of what appears to be the same application, the place of his birth is written more clearly, as Borschiw.[102] His death notice reads, in part:

Peter Warowy, 65, general merchant in Winnipeg and a resident of this city for the past 41 years, died at the St. Boniface hospital Saturday [March 24]. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Jennie Warowy, 300 Balmoral street; three sons, Theodore, of Winnipeg, Robert, of Regina, and Stanley, of Vancouver; and one sister, Mrs. A[ntonina] Demchuk, of Sifton, Man. The body will rest at the St. John Cantius hall from Tuesday evening until funeral service at 9 a.m. Wednesday at St. John Cantius church. Burial will be made in the Holy Ghost Catholic cemetery.

Considering the fact that he was merchant, perhaps he is the person meant in the January 1911 announcement that “Warowy & Co. have opened a general store at Winnipeg.”[103]
    His widow’s death notice reads, in part:

Passed away August 16, 1982, Joanna, widow of Peter Warowy, of 805 West 47th Avenue, Vancouver, formerly of Winnipeg and St. Martin, Manitoba, in her 95th year. Survived by three sons, Theodore of Vancouver, Robert of Sun City, Arizona, and Stanley of Vancouver; three grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren….

    Known issue:

  1. Tadeusz (“Theodore”) Warowy, born 27 January 1907 at Winnipeg,[104] listed as “Teddie,” aged 9, in the 1916 census; perhaps the Theodore Edward Waroway who died 18 October 1983 at Vancouver, aged 76 years[105] In his father’s 1945 death notice he is called Theodore Warowy, of Winnipeg. He was however of Vancouver at the death of his mother in 1982. As Tadeusz Warowy he married 25 October 1930 at Winnipeg,[106] Genowefa Helena Holowinska, perhaps the Jean Helen Waroway who died 27 February 1981 at Delta, British Columbia, aged 72 years.[107]
  2. Boleslaw (“Bobbie,” later Robert) Warowy, born 6 March 1909 at Winnipeg[108]; listed as “Bobbie,” aged 7, in the 1916 census, but called Robert Warowy, of Regina, in his father’s death notice in 1945. As Robert Warowy he married 25 July 1931 at Winnipeg,[109] Sophie Kraft. He was of Sun City, Arizona, at the death of his mother in 1982.
  3. Stanley Warowy, born 1912-13 (aged 3 in 1916), of Vancouver in 1945 and 1982.

IIIb. The line of Agnes Warowy, wife of Stefan Shykulski of Sifton

        Wasyl Warowy Irena Czornobaj Prokop Sołonynka Agneta Bazczak
Adalbert Szczukulski Rozalia ____ Martin Warowy Mariya Sołonynka
Stefan Szczukulski Agnes Warowy

For fuller accounts of the earlier generations see Line IIIa above.

1. Wasyl Warowy married Irena Czornobaj.

2. Martin Warowy married Mariya Sołonynka.

3. Agatha Warowy (called Agnes in Canadian records), daughter of Martin Warowy and Mariya Sołonynka, was born 20 April 1872 (per baptismal record), baptized as noted above, and died 12 May 1935 at Dauphin, Manitoba, aged 63 years.[110] She married 13 November 1889 in house no. 210, Tsyhany,[111] Stefan Szczukulski (usually Steve Schykulski or Shykulski in Canadian records), born about 1862 (aged 27 in 1889, 72 or 73 in 1935), and said by Kaye to have been 26 December 1862 in the Borshchiv district, Galicia, died 13 June 1935 in the Sifton district, Manitoba, reportedly aged 72 years,[112] son of Adalbert Szczukulski and Rozalia ____.[113] Their marriage record names them as “Agata [sic], Martini et Mariæ Warowy,” aged 17 years, and “Stephanus, Adalberti et Rozaliæ Szczukulski,” aged 27 years. Thus, Kaye’s statement that he was “son of Wasyl Schykulski and Paraskevia Kaskiw” and she “daughter of Wasyl Waroway and Nastasia Solonynka” is seriously confused, but surprisingly enough it does supply the maiden surname of her mother correctly. In adulthood, Agatha seems to have abandonned this name in favor of Agnes, and she is so called in the baptismal records of both of her children, and in every Canadian record we have seen.
    In early 1898 Agnes and her husband left for Canada; to judge from an index entry, the ship manifest names them as Stefan Schykulski and Agnes Waroway Szczykulski, and on landing their only child was their daughter Maria. As noted above, they were joined soon after by her sister and brother-in-law, Antonina Warowy and Wasyl Demchuk. They settled first at Dauphin, Manitoba, in 1899, and later at Valley River in 1903. They moved to Sifton in 1923, and are buried there in First Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Cemetery, on the farm of August Kruk, where their tombstone reads: “SZCZYKULSKI. Stefan, lived 73 yrs., died June 3, 1935. Agniszka, lived 64 yrs., died May 12, 1935.”[114]
    Known issue:

  1. Maria Szczukulski, born 9 September 1890 in house no. 47, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Antonina, daughter of “Stefanus, Adalberti Szczukulski et Rozaliæ” and “Agnes, Martini Warowy et Mariæ,”[115] died shortly before 6 January 1982, when her daughter Emilie Barabash published a note in the local newspaper giving thanks “to all those who sent cards and flowers following the loss of our dear Mother and Grandmother, Mary Kustra.”[116] She married in 1907,[117] Joseph Kustra, born 1883 in Hlyshchava, in the Terebovla district, died 16 May 1958, son of Michael Kustra and Maria Shmylski, of Ethelbert, Manitoba.[118] They are found in the Dauphin district in the 1911 census, and in the town of Dauphin in the 1921 census, when he was working as a dray-man. They were of Keld, Manitoba, at the death of his mother in 1942, and were of Dauphin at the death of his sister Jessie (Kustra) Shwets in 1952. His death notice reads, in part: “The death of Joseph Kustra occurred in the Dauphin General hospital Friday, May 16, at the age [of] 75 years. Funeral servies were held … Monday, May 19, from St. Viator’s Roman Catholic church…. Pallbearers were Steve Malowski, Nick Michaleski, Mike Podworny, Fred Hrechka, Stanley Sapinski and Sam Goshulak. Interment made in Riverside cemetery. Born and educated in Austria, Mr. Kustra came to Canada in 1898 and has since resided in Dauphin. He married Mary Schykulski here in 1907. Surviving besides his wife are two sons, Frank and Earl, of Dauphin; five daughters, Mrs. F. FitzSimmons (Josephine), of Portage; Mrs. D. Dearle (Helen), of Calgary, Alta.; Mrs. D. Baraleash [i.e. Barabash] (Emily), of Grandview; Mrs. P. Korney (Frances) and Barbara, of Dauphin; three brother, John, of Dauphin; Peter and Nicholas, of Fort William, Ont.; three sisters, Tena, Annie and Verna, of Fort William; 17 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.” Mary’s family is also mentioned in a 1982 newspaper item about a Kustra family reunion: “A family reunion was held at the home of Emily Barabash this weekend. Guests were sister Barbara and husband Joe Jenkins and girls of Winnipeg, sister Frances and husband Pete Korney of Saskatoon, brothers Earl and Frank Kustra of Dauphin, Jackie and Bud Hamilton and family of Okatoks, Alta., daughter Margaret Douglas and family of Toronto, Donelda and husband Jim Shortt and family of Roblin, Lynda Wilson and girls, Brent Barabash and the McNabb family.”[119] Issue (order of younger children uncertain):
    1. John Kustra, born 1907-08 (aged 3 in the 1911 census; no birth registration found), died by 1919, when another son was given the same name.
    2. Josephine (“Josie”) Kustra, born 3 August 1911 in the Rural Municipality of Dauphin,[120] died 21 June 2000 at Portage la Prarie, Manitoba, aged 88 years.[121] She is found with her parents in the 1921 census. She married by 1958, Fred FitzSimmons, died 1976. Her death notice reads, in part: “Josephine Fitzsimmons passed away on Wednesday, June 21, 2000, in Portage la Prairie at the age of 88 years. Born in Dauphin, MB, she had resided in Portage since 1928. Josie was predeceased by her parents, Joseph and Mary; four brothers, John, Jack, Frank and Earl; two sisters, Helen Dearie and Frances Korney. In 1976 she was predeceased by her husband Fred Fitzsimmons. Josie is survived by three daughters, Donna Tomalin (Reg), Joan Solomon (Jack), and Wendy Christiansen, all of Portage. She is also survived by grandchildren, Bev Owens, Sally Solomon, Amber Christiansen, Daniel Christiansen; great-grandchildren, Chris Owens, and Jessica Christiansen. She is also survived by two sisters, Emily Barabash of Grandview and Barbara Jenkins of Winnipeg, together with many nieces and nephews. Josie’s life was committed to her family and her home. In her active years, she took pleasure in sewing, gardening and crafts. She enjoyed the many family pets throughout her years. Josie had been a resident at the Lions’ Prairie Manor for the past two and one half years. A private family graveside service for interment of the cremated remains will be held at a later date at Evergreen Memorial Gardens.”
    3. Frank Kustra, born 29 March 1914 in the Rural Municipality of Ethelbert, Manitoba.[122] He is found with his parents in 1921, and was of Dauphin in 1958 and 1982.
    4. Helen Kustra, born 1916-17 (aged 4 in 1921 when she is called Ellen in the census); alive at the death of her father in 1958. She married by 1958, died Dearle. They were of Calgary, Alberta in 1958.
    5. John Kustra, born 1918-19 (aged 2 in 1921), predeceased his father.
    6. Emilie Kustra, born 16 August 1921 (per death notice), died 13 June 2002 at Grandview, aged 80 years.[123] She married 9 November 1939 (per death notice), Donald Barabash, of Grandview, died 25 May 1972.[124] Her death notice reads, in part: “Emilie passed away at the Grandview Personal Care Home Saturday, July 13, 2002 at the age of 80 years. She was born August 16, 1921 to Joseph and Mary Kustra of Dauphin, Manitoba. She received her education at Tanner school. Following her schooling she married Donald Barabash on November 9, 1939. Together they farmed and raised their family in the Pleasant Valley district. After Donald’s death Emilie remained on the farm…. Even though she moved to town in 1997 her heart never left the farm, making several trips back each week. One of her favorite pastimes was curling…. But her first love was horses…. Surviving to mourn her death and cherish many fond memories are two sons, Brent and friend Carol of Grandview, Jack (Marlene) of Springside SK; three daughters Margaret Douglas of Toronto, ON, Lynda Wilson (Jack) of Grandview, Donalda (Jim Short) of Lethbridge, AB; one sister Barbara Jenkins of Winnipeg. There are eleven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Donald, son in laws [sic] Kerry Wilson and Bill Douglas; three sisters, and three brothers. In keeping with her wishes cremation has taken place and a graveside service was held on Tuesday, July 16, 2002.”
    7. Earl Kustra, of Dauphin in 1958 and 1982.
    8. Frances Kustra, alive at the death of her father in 1958. She married by 1958, Pete Korney. They were of Dauphin in 1958, and of Saskatoon in 1982.
    9. Barbara Kustra, alive at the death of her sister Josephine in 2000. She was unmarried and of Dauphin at the death of her father in 1958. She subsequently married before 1982 (when they had at least two daughters), Joe Jenkins, of Winnipeg.
  2. Josefus Szczukulski, born 21 January 1893 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Josefus, son of “Stefanus, Adalberti Szczukulski et Rozaliæ” and “Agnes, Martini Warowy et Mariæ.”[125] He died before the family’s emigration in 1898.

IV. The line of Petro Warowy,
of Valley River, Manitoba

        Joannes Semczyszyn Helena Czornobaj    
Adalbert Warowy Agneta ____ Joannes Semczyszyn Helena Andrzejewski
Petro Warowy Warwara Semczyszyn

1. Adalbert Warowy, of Tsyhany, of unknown parentage, was born say 1820. He married by about 1847, Agneta ____. Their names are known from the baptismal record of their grandsons Stefan (1878) and Petro (1887), in which they are called “Adalbertus Warowy et Agneta.” Their issue included:

  1. 2Petro (“Peter”) Warowy (or Waroway), born ca. 1847 at Tsyhany.

2. Petro (“Peter”) Warowy (or Waroway), of Valley River, Manitoba, son of Adalbert and Agneta (____) Warowy of Tsyhany, was born ca. 1847 at Tsyhany, and died 4 March 1904 at Dauphin General Hospital.[126] His parentage is revealed by his children’s baptismal records. He married by 1878, possibly at Tsyhany and certainly in Europe, Warwara Semczyszyn [Семчишин], born 1838-39 (aged 67 in 1906) in Europe, died 8 December 1911 at Dauphin General Hospital, daughter of Jan Semczyszyn and Helena Andrzejewski.[127] She is called by the latinized form of Barbara in the baptismal records of her children Stefan and Joannes, and in the marriage record of her son Petro, but Kaye’s Dictionary gives her name in the vernacular form Warwara, and that is apparently what is intended in the 1906 census, which calls her “Warusa.” The baptismal record of their son Petro indicates that the family left for Canada. Warwara was living with her son Stefan in 1906. known issue:

  1. Anna Warowy, born ca. 1876, died 28 April 1955 at Dauphin, aged 79 years.”[128] Kaye, summarizing her death notice, writes that she “married Alex Boychuk in the Old country in 1892 and came to Canada in 1897. Her husband predeceased her in 1945 in Dauphin…. [She] was survived by her four sons, four daughters, and two brothers, Peter Waroway of Dauphin and Stephen Waroway of Winnipeg.” Her husband, Elko (“Alex”) Boychuk, said to have been born in 1868 at Tsyhany, died 7 August 1945 in Gilbert Plains Hospital, receives a fuller account elsewhere in the same work.[129]
  2. 3Stefan Waroway, born 23 December 1878 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized in the Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, as Stephanus, son of “Petrus Adalberti Warowy et Agnetis” and “Barbara Joannis Senyczen [sic] et Helena[e].”[130]
  3. Joannes Warowy, born 18 May 1882 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Catholic church, Tsyhany, as a child of “Petrus Adalberti Warowy et Agnetis” (“Adalberti” crossed out and erroneously changed to “Andreae” in pencil) and “Barbara Joannis Sencyszyn [sic] et Helenæ Andrzejewski,”[131] died 12 January 1884.[132]
  4. Petro (“Peter”) Warowy, of Dauphin, born 27 June 1887 in house no. 80, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Petrus, son of “Petrus Adalberti Warowy et Agnetis” and “Barbara Joannis S__cyszen [illegible] et Helena[e],”[133] died 9 April 1968 at Dauphin at the age of 81 years.[134] As Petro Waroway, aged 19 years, of Valley River, Manitoba, born in Austria, bachelor, farmer, Roman Catholic, son of Petro Warowy and Barbara Semczyszyn, he married 22 January 1906 at Sifton,[135] Anna Dragon, aged 16 years, of Venlaw, Manitoba, born in Austria, spinster, Ruthenian Catholic, daughter of Maty Dragan and Maria Iwanczuk.

3. Stefan Waroway, of Winnipeg, son of Petro Warowy and Warwara Semczyszyn, was born 23 December 1878 (per baptismal record), baptized in the Catholic church, Tsyhany (as above), and died 5 May 1963 at Winnipeg “in his 85th year.”[136] He is found in the Dauphin are in the 1906 census,[137] and there is a very detailed account of him in Kaye’s Dictionary. He married 21 November 1899 at Dauphin,[138] Ann Hrehirchuk (per her husband’s death notice, but called Hajuna in the 1906 census), born probably 30 March 1880 in Austria,[139] died 18 April 1950 at Dauphin, reportedly aged 71 years but perhaps really 70, daughter of Wasyl Hrehirchuk and Maria Osachuk.[140] In 1955 Stefan is described as “of Winnipeg” in the death notice of his sister Anna, above. His wife’s death notice, as abstracted by Kaye, mentions her husband; four sons John, Nicholas, Peter (of Detroit, Michigan), and Michael (of Vernon, B.C.); four daughters, Mrs. N. Bilash of Gardenton, Mrs. J. N. Burgoyne of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Mrs. A. Love of New Toronto, Ontario, Mrs. J. J. Nowosad of Winnipeg, and Helen (at home). The notice also mentions seven sisters. Stephen Waroway’s death notice reads, in part:

Stephen Waroway, a pioneer of Dauphin district, passed away in St. Boniface hospital Sunday, May 5 in his 85th year. Funeral services were held from the Ukrainian Catholic church of the Resurrection, Thursday, May 9, with Very Rev. Dean G. Oucharyk officiating…. Interment took place in Riverside cemetery….
    Stephen Waroway was born and educated in Austria, coming to Canada to Valley River in 1897, where he farmed for eleven years, then moved to Dauphin where he worked for the CNR as a coal-dock operator, retiring in 1944. He had been living in Transcona.
    He married Ann Hrehirchuk in Sifton in 1900, who predeceased him in 1950. Surviving are three sons and five daughters: John and Peter, Detroit, Michigan, USA; Michael, Glendale, California, USA; Mrs. Mary Bilash, Mrs. J. N. Burgogne (Verna), Winnipeg' Mrs. A. Love (Anne), Toronto, Ont.; Mrs. J. J. Nowosad (Margaret), Winnipeg; Mrs. Donald Hafichuck (Helen), Transcona. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren; and a sister[-in-law], Mrs. Peter Waroway.

Known issue:

  1. Joseph Warowy, died young.[141]
  2. Janko (“John”) Warowy, born 1902-03 (aged 3 in 1906); of Detroit at his father’s death in 1963.
  3. Mary Warowy [twin?], born 1904-05 (aged 1 in 1906); married 21 July 1926 at Dauphin,[142] Nicholas Bilash. They were both schoolteachers at Zelena, near Sifton, Manitoba.[143] They were of Gardenton at the time of her mother’s death. They were the parents of Dr. Borislaw N. Bilash, Assistant Coordinator of Modern Languages for the Winnipeg School Division.[144]
  4. Michael Warowy [twin?], born 1904-05 (aged 1 in 1906); of Vernon, born C., at the time of his mother’s death in 1950, and of Glendale, California, at his father’s death in 1963. His grandnephew Borislaw Bilash II explains that he was named Mykola in Ukrainian and was intended to be known as Nicholas, but was mistakenly registered as Michael. He was known as Mykola or Nicholas until he moved to the Detroit area, where he became known as “Mickey.” The confusion is reflected in the fact that the newspaper announcement of his marriage calls him “Mr. Nicholas Waroway of Dauphin,”[145] but the official record calls him “Michael Waroway.” He married 26 (newspaper announcement) or 27 (official record) December 1924 at Detroit, Michigan,[146] Charlotte Maksimiec, of Detroit. This couple is found at Hamtramck City, Wayne County, Michigan, in the 1930 and 1940 censuses.
  5. Michael Warowy [the younger one of this name], died in Oregon. His grandnephew Borislaw Bilash II explains that he was correctly registered as Michael, was known in his youth as “Mikey,” and was later as “Buddy.” Waroway. In his early years, Buddy was known as Mikey.
  6. Peter Warowy, of Detroit, Michigan, both at his mother’s death in 1950 and at his father’s death in 1963.
  7. Stefan Warowy (twin to Verna), died young of flu.[147]
  8. Warwara (“Verna”) Warowy (twin to Stefan); married J. N. Burgoyne, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
  9. Anne Warowy, alive at the death of her sister Helen in 2003; married A. Love, of Toronto, Ontario.
  10. Margaret Warowy; married J. J. Nowosad, of Winnipeg.
  11. Helen Warowy (youngest child), born 25 July 1918 at Dauphin, died 10 June 2003.[148] She married 1950 at Dauphin, Dmetro (“Don”) Hafichuk, of Transcona, Manitoba, born 6 October 1923, died 30 August 2002.[149] They moved to Winnipeg in 1954 and were involved in the establishment and operation of two family businesses, National Foodland Ltd. and Sell-Rite Wholesale.

V. The ancestry of Anna Warowy,
wife of Stefan Brylinski, of Pine River, Manitoba

Luca Warowy Marianna Podgurska Nicolaus Kubyn Marianna ____ Andreas Junik Agnes ____ Antonius Szczukulski Marianna ____
Martin Warowy Francisca Kubyn ____ Thomas Junik Francisca Szczukulski
Adalbert Warowy Apolonia Junik
Anna Warowy

1. Mathias Larzycki (see Part I) was presumably father of:

2. Luca Warowy, of Tsyhany, probably born 1769-70 (based on age at marriage), died 28 December 1828 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 60 years [probably overstated], and buried the next day according to Roman Catholic rites.[150] The record calls him “Lucas Warowy, viduus,” indicating that he was a widower. As with Anton Warowy, the founder of Line II above, it seems that this man’s original surname was Larzycki, the name under which he was married, and which appears in the baptismal records of his first two children. In the 1804 baptismal record of his son Adalbert his surname is given as Warowey, the name used (with variations in spellings) by his descendants. He married (as her second husband) 18 May 1794 at Tsyhany, by Roman Catholic rites,[151] Marianna Podgurska, born 1769-70 (based on age at marriage), died 8 May 1824 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 57 years [probably overstated], and buried 2 days later as “Mariana, Lucæ Warowy uxor,”[152] daughter of Sebastian Podgurski (who is named in the baptismal record of her daughter Francisca).[153] Their marriage record names them as Lucas Larzycki, aged 24 years, unmarried man, and Marianna P_____ie, aged 24, widow; the bride’s surname is not very clear, but is the right length to be a form of Podgurskie, in agreement with her name as given in the baptismal records of her first three children. A Marianna Larzycka served as a godmother to a child of Paulus “Ponagabko” and his wife Marianna on 6 July 1796,[154] but this was after the marriage of Luca Larzycki alias Warowy (no. iii immediately below) to Marianna Podgurska in 1794, so this woman could be Luca’s wife. The Tsyhany church registers rarely if ever name former spouses in marriage records, but considering the chronology, it seems practically certain she was the Marianna Podgurska, unmarried woman, age not stated, who married 14 [December?] 1784 in house no. 41,[155] Thaddæus Paraskiewicz, unmarried man, age not stated.
    House no. 41, Tsyhany, in which the 1784 marriage occurred, was also the scene of the 1785 marriage of Marianna’s contemporary and possible brother, Anton Podgurski, whose daughter Marianna later married Michael Baszczak.[156] So perhaps the house, in which Marianna later lived with Luca Warowy, was brought by Marianna to the marriage.
    Known issue:[157]

  1. 3Martin Warowy, born 11 October 1795 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized Martinus, son of Luca Lazy____ [end of surname illegible, but this would be some form of the family’s original surname of Larzycki] and Marianna de Podgurska.
  2. Thomas Warowy, born 17 December 1798 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized as Thomas, son of “Lucas Larzycki” and “Marianna, nata de Podgurski.” See Line VI.
  3. Ignatius Warowy, born 27 July 1801 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized as Ignatius, son of “Lucas Larzycki” and “Marianna de Podgurski nata,” with godmother Agnes Larzycka [perhaps the wife of Anton Warowy who heads Line II].
  4. Adalbert Warowy, born 31 October 1804, baptized as Adalbertus, son of “Luca Warowey” (the mother’s name, Maria____, being followed by some illegible words), alive in 1858 (at his second marriage) but evidently predeceased his second wife, who at her own burial in 1881 is called widow (vidua) rather than his wife (uxor). He married (1) 28 February 1828 in house no. 136, Tsyhany,[158] Anna Szczukulski, born 1811-12 (based on stated age at marriage), died 12 June 1853 in house no. 114, Tsyhany, supposedly aged 37 years [doubtless an understatement as it would make her 12 at marriage], and buried as “Anna, Adalberti Warowy uxor,”[159] daughter of Joannes Szczukulski and Marianna ____. Their marriage record names them as “Adalbertus, Lucæ et Mariannæ Warowey filius,” aged 24 years, and “Anna, Joannis et Mariannæ Szczukulskich [genitive plural of Szczukulski], filia,” aged 16 years. He married (2) 12 May 1858 in house no. 41, Tsyhany,[160] Catharina Weglarz, born around 1815 (aged 41 in 1858, 70 in 1881), died 20 April 1881 in house no. 245, Tsyhany, aged 70 years, and buried two days later as “Catharina, vidua Adalberti Warowy,”[161] daughter of Adalbert Weglarz and Marianna ____. Their marriage record names them as “Adalbertus, Lucæ et Mariannæ Warowy filius,” aged 48 years, and “Catharina, Adalberti et Mariannæ Weglarz filia,” aged 41 years.
  5. Nicolaus Warowy, born 25 November 1806 in house no. 111, Tsyhany, baptized as Nicolaus, son of Luca ____ [left blank] and Marianna ____, with godparents Josephus Makahon and Sophia [?] Kubina. The record contains no surname for the child or for the father, but every other baptismal record in this period where the parents’ names are Luca and Marianna belong to children of this couple, and this child fits well in the sequence of their issue. The names Nicolaus and Michael are somewhat prone to confusion, and it is possible this was the “Michael, Josephi [sic] et Mariannæ Warowejuw filius,” aged 24 years, who married (as her second husband) 23 February 1829 in house no. 139, Losiac,[162] “Agnes, Mathiæ Waliduda uxor vidua, Mathiæ et Marian[n]æ Jasienkowych filia,” aged 36 years. The groom’s stated age implies a date of birth of 1804-05. In the same house on 17 June 1829 were born twins, Thomas and Jhosepa [sic], recorded as children of “Michael, Lucæ et Mariannæ Warowey filius” and “Agnes, Matheie [sic] et Marianne [sic] Jasienkuw filia.”[163] On the basis of these records, it cannot be said with certainty whether the name of the father’s father was Luca or Josephus.
  6. Francisca Warowy, born 24 January 1809, baptized as a daughter of “Lucas Warawey” and “Marianna, filia Sebastiani … [remainder very faint],” alive in 1835. She married 4 June 1834 in house no. 5, Tsyhany, by Roman Catholic rites,[164] Joannes Pachałkow, born 1802-03 (by calculation), alive in 1835, son of Jacob Pachałkow, and Marianna ____. Their marriage record names them as “Joannes, Jacobi et Mariannæ Pachałkowych [genitive plural of Pachałkow] filius,” aged 31 years, and “Francisca, Lucæ et Mariannæ Warowey filia,” aged 25 years. Only known child:
    1. Catharina Pachałkow, born 3 August 1835 in house no. 5, Tsyhany, and baptized the next day as Catharina, daughter of “Joannes, Jacobi et Mariannæ Pachałkow filia” and “Francisca, Lucæ et Mariannæ Warowey filia.”

3. Martin Warowy, of Tsyhany, son of Luca Warowy and Marianna Podgurska, was born 11 October 1795, baptized as noted above, and died 1 September 1845, allegedly 48 years but really a little older, and was buried by Cathlic rites as “Martinus Warowy uxoratus.”[165] He married 31 July 1825 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, by Roman Catholic rites,[166] Francisca Kubyn, born about 1803-04 (aged 22 in 1825, 64 in 1869), died 24 February 1869 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 64 years, and buried two days later as “Francisca, Martini Warowy vidua,”[167] daughter of Nicolaus Kubyn and Marianna ____. Their marriage record names them as “Martinus, Lucæ et Marian[n]æ Warowey filius,” aged 30 years, and “Francisca, Nicolai et Mariæ Kubyszynych [?] filia,” aged 22 years. The bride’s surname as recorded, while not entirely legible, is doubtless a botched attempt at a genitive plural of Kubyn, which is well enough attested by the baptismal records of her sons Adalbert and Anton. Known issue:[168]

  1. Thomas Warowy, born 15 December 1825 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized as Thomas, son of “Martinus, Lucæ et Mariannæ Warowey” and “Francisca, Nicolai et Mariannæ Kubyszykych [sic, apparently intended as a genitive plural of Kubyn] filia,” died 24 February 1865 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 40 years, and buried two days later as “Thomas Warowy, Mariæ Masiowska maritus.”[169] He married 23 November 1846 at Tsyhany (house number not stated),[170] Marianna Masioska/Masiowska, born 1822-23 (by calculation), alive in 1863, daughter of Michael Masioski and Agnes/Agatha ____. Their marriage record names them as “Thomas, Martini et Franciscæ Warowych filius,” aged 21 years, and “Marianna, Michaelis et Agnetis Masioskich [genitive plural of Masioski] filia,” aged 23 years. Her mother’s name is given inconsistently in her children’s baptismal records. Known issue:
    1. Vincent Warowy, born Jan. 23, 1848 in house no. 48, Tsyhany, baptized as Vincentius, son of “Thomas, Martini et Franciscæ Warowych filius” and “Marianna, Michaelis et Agatha[e] Masioskich [gentitive plural of Masioski] filia,”[171] died 18 May 1852 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 4 years, and buried two days later as “Vincentius, Thomæ et Marianna[e] Warowy filius.”[172]
    2. Anastasia Warowy, born 17 January 1851 in house no. 41, Tsyhany baptized the next day as Anastasia, daughter of “Thomas, Martini et Franciscæ Warowych filius” and “Marianna, Michaelis et Agatha[e] Masioskich filia,”[173] died 5 December 1851 in house no. 51, Tsyhany, her age being recorded as “anno ⅓” although she was in fact nearly a year old, and buried three days later as “Anastasia, Thomæ et Marianna[e] Warowy filia.”[174]
    3. Stephanus Warowy, born 27 September 1854 in house no. 81, Tsyhany, baptized as Stephanus, son of “Thomas, Martini et Franciscæ Warowy filius” and “Marianna, Michaelis et Agnetis Masioski filia.”[175]
    4. Adalbert Warowy, born 22 January 1859 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized as Adalbertus, son of “Thomas, Martini et Franciscæ Warowy filius” and “Marianna, Michaelis et Marianna[e] [an error for Agnes or Agatha] Masioski,”[176] d. 26 June 1864 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 5 years, of consumption, and buried as “Adalbertus, Thomæ Warowy et Mariæ Maslowski [sic] filius.”[177]
    5. Michael Warowy, born 3 November 1863 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Michael, son of “Thomas, Martini et Franciscæ Warowy” and “Marianna, Michaelis et Agnetis Masioski,”[178] died 21 June 1864 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 1 year, and buried three days later as “Michael, Thomæ Warowy et Mariæ Masiowski.”[179]
  2. 4Adalbert Warowy, born 24 November 1829 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, baptized as Adalbertus, son of “Martinus, Gaspari [an unaccountable error for Luca] et Marian[n]æ Warowy” and “Francisca, Nicolai et Marian[n]æ Kubynych [genitive plural of Kubyn].”
  3. Franciscus Warowy, born 12 October 1832 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Franciscus, son of “Martinus, Lucæ et Marian[n]æ Warowey filius” and “Francisca, Nicolai et Marianna[e] Kubynych filia.”
  4. Anton Warowy, born 14 January 1835 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized as Antonius, son of “Martinus, Lucæ et Mariannæ Warowey” and “Francisca, Nicolai et Mariannæ Kubyn filia,” died 24 April 1835 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 4 months, and was buried two days later according to Catholic rites.[180]
  5. Marianna Warowy, born 11 March 1836 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized as Marianna, daughter of “Martinus, Lucæ et Marian[n]æ Warowey filius” and “Francisca, Nicolai et Marian[n]æ Kubynych filia,” died 11 March 1849 in house no. 48, Tsyhany, reportedly aged 12 years but actually on her 13th birthday, and buried two days later as “Marianna, Martini et Franciscæ Warowych filia.”[181]
  6. Catharina Warowy, born 20 November 1838 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the next day as Catharina, daughter of “Martinus, Lucæ et Marian[n]æ Warowey filia” and “Francisca, Nicolai et Marianæ Kubynych filia,” evidently alive at her husband’s death in 1876 as he is called her husband (maritus) rather than her widower (viduus). She married (1) 26 May 1862 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, by Roman Catholic rites,[182] Onophrius Sołonynka, born 1833-34 (by calculation), died 16 January 1876 in house no. 53, age illegible, and buried two days later as “Onophrius Solonynka, maritus Catharinæ Warowy.[183] widower of Anna Junik, and son of Pantaleon Sołonynka and Francisca ____. Their marriage record names them as “Onophrius, Pantaleonis et Franciscæ Sołonynka filius,” aged 28 years, and “Catharina, Martini et Francinæ Warowy filia,” aged 24 years. See Sołonynka for issue. Catharina married (2) 18 March 1879 in house no. 39, Tsyhany, by Roman Catholic rites,[184] Fedor Semczyszyn, born 1842-43 (by calculation), son of Joannes Semczyszyn and Catharina ____. Their marriage record names them as “Catharina, Martini et Franciscæ Warowy filia,” aged 40 years, and “Theodorus, Joannis et Catharinæ Semcyszyn [sic] filius.”
  7. Adam Warowy, born 1842-43 (by calculation), alive in 1889. He married (1) 24 October 1869 in house no. 163, Tsyhany,[185] Anna Kudrewicz, born 1844-45 (by calculation), died by 1876, daughter of Petro Kudrewicz and Catharina ____. Their marriage record names them as “Adam, Martini et Franciscæ Warowy filius,” aged 26 years, and “Anna, Petri et Catharinæ Kudrewicz,” aged 24 years. He married (2) by 1876, Anna Wiszniewski/Wiszniowski, daughter of Gregory Wiszniewski/Wiszniowski and Catharina Krzyskow.[186] The baptismal records of his children all name his mother incorrectly; some of these (1886, 1889) contain annotations implying that the family left for Canada, but we have not found this family in Canadian census records. Known issue:

    (by first wife)

    1. Apolonia Warowy, born 1870-71 (by calculation); married 24 September 1893 in house no. 295, Tsyhany,[187] Michael Baczynski, son of Carolus Baczynski and Anna ____. Their marriage record names them as “Michael, Caroli et Annæ Baczynski,” aged 34 years, and “Apolonia, Adami et Annæ Warowy filia,” aged 22 years. Known issue:
      1. (illegitimate, born before her mother’s marriage) Maria Warowy, born 4 September 1891 in house no. 295, Tsyhany, baptized the next day as Maria, daughter of an unknown father and “Apolonia, Adami Warowy et Annæ.”[188]
    2. Franciscus Warowy, born 3 March 1873 in house no. 165, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Franciscus, son of “Adamus, Martini Warowy et Francisca[e] filius” and “Anna, Petri Kudrewicz et Catharinæ filia,”[189] died 26 January 1876 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 2 years, and buried two days as “Franciscus, Adami Warowy et Annæ ____ [illegible] filius.”[190]
    3. Nicolaus Warowy, born 13 July 1875 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Nicolaus, son of “Adamus, Martini Warowy et Francisca[e] filius” and “Anna, Petri Kudrewicz et Mariæ [an error for Catharinæ] filia,”[191] died 13 November 1878 (annotation in baptismal record).

    (by second wife)

    1. Joannes Warowy, born 12 February 1877 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Joannes, son of “Adamus, Martini Warowy et Irena[e] [an error for Franciscæ] filius” and “Anna, Gregorii Wiszniewski et Catharina[e] filia,”[192] died by 1886, when another son was given the same name.
    2. Anna Warowy, born 30 November 1882 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Anna, daughter of “Adamus, Martini Warowy et Irenæ” [an error for Franciscæ] and “Anna, Gregorii Wiszniewski et Catharina[e].”[193]
    3. Franciscus Warowy, born about March 1885 (by calculation), died 18 December 1885 in house no. 295, aged “an. ¾,” and buried two days later as “Franciscus, Adami Warowy et Anna Kudrewicz [an error] filius.”[194]
    4. Joannes Warowy, born 27 May 1886 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the next day in the Greek Catholic church as Joannes, son of “Adamus, Martini Warowy et Francina[e]” and “Anna, Gregorii Wiszniewski et Catharina[e].”[195]
    5. Petrus Warowy, born 23 March 1889 in house no. 119, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Petrus, son of “Adamus, Martini Warowy et Francisca[e] [an error for Irenæ]” and “Anna, Gregorii Wiszniewski et Catarinæ.”[196]
  8. Joannes Warowy, born 1843-44 (by calculation; baptism not found), died 11 February 1851 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 7 years, and buried two days later as “Joannes, Martini et Franciscæ Warowy filius.”[197]

4. Adalbert Warowy, of Tsyhyany, son of Martin Warowy and Francisca Kubyn, was born 24 November 1829 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, and was still alive in 1880. In the baptismal records of at least two of his children (Anna, baptized 15 June 1874, and Josepha, baptized shortly after 23 January 1880, both in the Tsyhany Catholic church) he is called “Adalbertus, Martini Warowy et Mariæ [an error for Franciscæ],” while his wife is in both cases called “Apolonia, Thomae Junik et Francisca.”[198] He married 6 November 1854 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, by Roman Catholic rites,[199] Apolonia Junik, born 10 February 1834 in house no. 35, Tsyhany, and baptized the same day in the Roman Catholic church, alive in 1880, sister of Anna Junik (wife of Onophrius Sołonynka) and daughter of Thomas Junik and Francisca Szczukulski,[200] . Their marriage record refers to them as “Adalbertus, Martini et Franciscæ Warowy filius,” aged 25 years, unmarried man, and “Apolonia, Thomæ et Franciscæ Junik filia,” aged 20 years, unmarried woman. Known issue:

  1. Catharina Warowy, born 11 November 1855 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Roman Catholic church as Catharina, daughter of “Adalbertus, Martini et Francina[e] Warowy filius” and “Apolonia, Thomæ et Francinæ Junik filia.”[201]
  2. Joannes, born 15 February 1858 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Roman Catholic church as Joannes, son of “Adalbertus, Martini et Francinæ Warowy filius” and “Apolonia, Thimothei et Francinæ Wawryk filia,”[202] died 19 July 1863 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 5 years, and buried the next day as “Joannes, Adalberti Warowy et Apoloniæ Szczukulski,” with “Szczukulski” [actually the maiden surname of Apolonia’s mother] crossed out and changed to “Junik.”[203] The baptismal record assigns an erroneous parentage to the child’s mother, Apolonia, but perhaps her mother had remarried and Thimotheus Wawryk was a second husband.[204]
  3. Anna Warowy, born 9 May 1861 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Roman Catholic church as Anna, daughter of “Adalbertus, Martini Warowy et Franciscæ” and “Apolonia, Joannis et Francinæ Cerkownik,”[205] died 23 December 1864, aged 3 years, and buried as “Anna, Adalberti Warowy et Apoloniæ Junik filia.”[206] The baptismal record again assigns an erroneous parentage to the child’s mother Apolonia, but perhaps her mother had remarried again and Joannes Cerkownik was a third husband.[207]
  4. Michael Warowy, born 1864-65 (by calculation), died [unmarried] 19 April 1884 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 19 years, and buried two days later as “Michael, Adalberti Warowy et Apolonia[e] Junik.”[208] Thus, despite the discrepancies in the record, he is probably the child born 29 September 1865 in house no. 159, baptized the next day as Michael, son of “Thimothæus [an error for Adalbertus], Martini Warowy et Franciscæ filius” and “Francisca [an error for Apolonia], Thimothæi [an error for Thomæ] Junik et Franciscæ filia.”[209]
  5. Nicolaus Warowy, born 1867-68 (by calculation), died 29 March 1872 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 4 years, and buried as “Nicolaus, Adalberti Warowy et Apoloniæ Junik filius.”[210]
  6. Maria Warowy, born 1870-71 (by calculation; no baptismal record found). She married (as his second wife) 8 March 1892 in house no. 41, Tsyhany,[211] Onofrius Bespalko, born 1855-56 (by calculation), son of Nicolaus Bespalko and Marta ____. Their marriage record names them as “Maria, Adalberti et Apoloniæ Warowy filia,” aged 21 years, unmarried woman, and Onofrius, Nicolæ et Martæ Bespalko,” aged 36, widower.
  7. 5Anna Warowy, born 15 June 1874 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Anna, daughter of “Adalbertus, Martini Warowy et Mariæ [an error for Franciscæ]” and “Apolonia, Thomæ Junik et Franciscæ,” with godparents Nicolaus Sandulak and Maria Caruk.[212] died 16 December 1926, aged 62 years.[213]
  8. Josepha Warowy, born 23 January 1880 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized the same day in the Greek Catholic church as Josepha, daughter of “Adalbertus, Martin Warowy et Mariæ [an error for Franciscæ]” and “Apolonia, Thomæ Junik et Franciscæ.”[214]

5. Anna Warowy, daughter of Adalbert Warowy and Apolonia Junik, was born 15 June 1874 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, and died 16 December 1926, aged 62 years.[215] She married 27 January 1901, Stefan Brylinski (Brelinski or Berlinski in Canadian records), of Pine River, Manitoba, born 9 January 1878 in house no. 95, Tsyhany, died 23 February 1973 at Swan River Valley Hospital, and buried in Fletcher Ridge Cemetery, Pine River,[216] son of Antony Brylinski and Katarzyna Kostiuk, and brother of Petronela Brylinski in Line VI. He was baptized on the day of his birth in the Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, as Stephanus, son of “Antonius, Francisci Brylinksi et Anna[e] filius” and “Catharina, Gregorii Kostiuk et Magdalenæ.”[217] They came to Canada in 1902, and had six children.

VI. The line of Kazimierz Warowy,
of Pine River, Manitoba

Thomas Warowy Apolonia Makahon Joannes Gałaj Francisca ____        
Jacob Warowy Barbara Gałaj Joannes Rudnicki Anna ____
Michael Warowy Katerina Rudnicka
Kazimierz Warowy

1. Mathias Larzycki (see Part I) was presumably father of:

2. Luca Warowy, of Tsyhany, born 1769-70 (based on age at marriage), died 28 December 1828 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 60 years [probably overstated]. His burial record calls him “Lucas Warowy, viduus,” indicating that he was a widower. He married (as her second husband) 18 May 1794 at Tsyhany, by Roman Catholic rites, Marianna Podgurska, born 1769-70 (based on age at marriage), died 8 May 1824 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, aged 57 years [probably overstated], and buried 2 days later as “Mariana, Lucæ Warowy uxor.” For a more complete record of this family group see Line V above. Their issue included:

  1. 3Thomas Warowy, born 17 December 1798 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized as Thomas, son of “Lucas Larzycki” and “Marianna, nata de Podgurski.”[218]

3. Thomas Warowy, of Tsyhany, son of Luca Warowy and Marianna Podgurska, was born 17 December 1798 in house no. 41, Tsyhany, baptized as noted above, and died 22 March 1857, reportedly aged 57 years, and was buried two days later as “Thomas Warowy, Regina Kuka maritus.”[219] He married (1) 20 October 1820 at Tsyhany, by Catholic rites,[220] Apolonia Makahon, born about 1801-02 (aged 18 in 1820, 40 in 1844), died 8 August 1844 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, aged 40 years (probably an understatement), and buried two days later as “Apolonia, Thomæ Warowy uxor,”[221] daughter of Wasyl Makahon and Catharina ____. Their marriage record describes them as “Thomas, Lucæ et Mariannæ de Podgurski Warowejuw,” aged 24 years, and “Apolonia, Blasii et Catharinæ Makohoniukuw,” aged 18 years. The forms of the surnames given in this record are believed to be genitive plurals, and her children’s baptismal records mostly show the simpler Makahon (with some spelling variations in the vowels). He married (2) in 1844-46, Victoria ____, born 1796-97 (by calculation), died 7 March 1846 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, aged 49 years, and buried two days later as “Victoria, Thomæ Warowy uxor.”[222] They were likely only married about a year, and presumably had no children. He married (3) in 1846-57, Regina Kuka, who evidently survived him as in his death record he is called her husband (maritus) rather than widower (viduus). Known issue, all by first wife:[223]

  1. Petrus Warowy, born 21 October 1821 in house no. 41.
  2. Michael Warowy, born 2 January 1823 in house no. 41, died 10 February 1839 in house no. 119, aged 16 years, and buried two days later according to Roman Catholic rites.[224]
  3. Catharina Warowy, born 6 April 1825 in house no. 127, Tsyhany. She married 13 May 1844 in house no. 127, by Catholic rites,[225] Demetrius Czornij, born 1821-22 (by calculation), son of Wasyl Czornij and Catharina ____. Their marriage record names them as “Demetrius, Basilii et Catharinæ Czornijowych [genitive plural of Czornij, or conceivably of Czornijow],” aged 22 years, and “Catharina, Thomæ et Apoloniæ Warowych [genitive plural of Warowy] filia,” aged 19 years.
  4. 4Jacob Warowy, born 1826-27 (aged 22 in 1849).
  5. Franciscus Warowy, born 29 September 1829 in house no. 110, died 15 June 1830 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, and buried as “Franciscus, Thomæ et Helenæ [an error for Apoloniæ] Warowey filius,” his age being erroneously given as 4 years.[226]
  6. Franciscus Warowy, born 10 October 1830, died 13 October 1830 in house no. 127, aged 4 days (sic).
  7. Nicolaus Warowy, born 4 December 1831 in house no. 127, died 19 December 1881 in house no. 263, Tsyhany, aged 49 years, and buried two days later as “Nicolaus Warowy, Josefa Sytnik maritus.”[227] He married 29 October 1855 in house no. 127, Tsyhany,[228] Josepha, born 1833-34 (by calculation), evidently alive at the death of her husband in 1881 as he is called her husband (maritus) rather than widower (viduus), daughter of Andreas Sytnik and Anna ____. Their marriage record names them as “Nicolaus, Thomæ et Apolonia[e] Warowy filius,” aged 25 years, and “Josepha, Andrei et Anna Sytnik,” aged 21 years. They had a daughter Maria, born 2 July 1874 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, baptized in the Greek Catholic church as Maria, daughter of “Nicolaus, Thomæ Warowy et Apoloniæ” and “Josepha, Andrea[e] Sytnik et Maria[e] [apparently an error for Annæ] filia.”[229] Known issue:
    1. Julianna Warowy, born 1855-56 (by calculation; baptism not found), died 27 August 1856 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, aged 1 year, buried two days later as “Julianna, Nicolai Warowy et Josephæ Sytnik filia.”[230]
    2. Kazimierz Warowy, born 17 November 1859 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Cazimirius, son of “Nicolaus, Thomæ et Apoloniæ Warowy filius” and “Josepha, Andræi et Annæ Sutnik filia,”[231] died 1 December 1864 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, aged 5 years, and buried two days later as “Cazimirius, Nicolai Warowy et Josephæ Sytnik filius.”[232]
  8. Francisca Warowy, born 30 March 1835 in house no. 119, baptized the same day as a child of “Thomas, Lucæ et Mariannæ Warowy filius” and “Apolonia, Blasii et Catharinæ Makohonowych [genitive plural of Makohon] filia.”
  9. Antonina Warowy, born 13 July 1837 in house no. 127, Tsyhany. She married 27 October 1867 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, by Catholic rites,[233] Gregory Tetrick, born 1834-35 (by calculaton), son of Joannes Tetrick and Catharina ____. Their marriage record names them as “Gregorius, Joannis et Catharinæ Tretrick filius,” aged 32 years, and “Antonina, Thomæ et Apoloniæ Wawory filia,” aged 30 years. Only known child:
    1. Anna Tetrick, died 17 March 1872 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, aged 2 years, and buried two days later as “Anna, Georgii [an error for Gregorii] Tetrick et Antonina[e] Warowy filia.”[234]
  10. Anastasia Warowy, born 2 May 1841 in house no. 110, Tsyhany, died 16 May 1841 in the same house, and buried two days later as “Anastasia, Thomæ et Apoloniæ Warowey filia.”[235]

4. Jacob Warowy, of Tsyhany, son of Thomas Warowy by the latter’s first wife, Apolonia Makahon, was born 1826-27 (aged 22 in 1849), died 15 February 1881 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, aged 54 years, and was buried two days later as “Jacobus Warowy, Mariæ Senyszyn [sic] maritus.”[236] He married (1) 23 October 1849, at Tsyhany (house number not stated), according to Catholic rites,[237] Barbara Gałaj, born 1830-31 (aged 18 in 1849), died 29 July 1853 at house no. 127, Tsyhany, and buried two days later as “Barbara, Jacobi Warowy uxor,” daughter of Joannes Gałaj and Francisca ____. Their marriage record calls them “Jacobus, Thomæ et Apoloniæ Warowich [genitive plural of Warowy] filius,” aged 22 years, and “Barbara, Joannis et Franciscæ Gałajowich [a genitive plural of Gałaj] filia,” aged 18 years. (There is only a faint suggestion of a cross on the ł, but the name is quite clearly written Gałaj in the baptismal record of their son Michael.) He married (2) in 1853-54, Marianna Semczyszyn, who survived her husband, daughter of Alexius Semczyszyn and Marianna or Martianna ____. She was perhaps the “Maria vidua Jacobum [sic] Warowy” who died 10 January 1888 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, aged 50 years, of natural causes, and was buried the next day,[238] though this would make her only about 16 at her marriage. Known issue:

(by first wife)

  1. 5Michael Warowy, born 18 August 1850 at Tsyhany (house number not stated), baptized the same day as Michael, son of “Jacobus, Thomæ et Apoloniæ Warowy” and “Barbara, Joannis et Franciscæ Gałaj filia.”[239]

(by second wife)

  1. Stanislaus Warowy, born 20 May 1854 in house no. 113, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Stanislaus, son of “Jacobus, Thomæ et Apolonia Warowy filius” and “Marianna, Alexii et Martianna[e] Senczysyn [sic].”
  2. Paulus Warowy, born 17 February 1856 in house no. 107, Tsyhany, baptized the same day as Paulus, son of “Jacobus, Thomæ et Apolonia[e] Warowy filius” and “Marianna, Alexii et Mariannæ Seniow [sic] filia,”[240] died 17 February 1864 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, aged 8 years, and buried as “Paulus, Jacobus Warowy et Maria Senink [sic] filius.”[241]
  3. Michael Warowy, born 19 September 1879 in house no. 127, Tsyhany, baptized as Michael, son of “Jacobus, Thomæ Warowy et Reginæ [an error for Apolonia]” and “Maria, Alexii Senczyszyn [sic] et Mariæ.” He was thus given the name Michael was his elder half-brother of the same name was still alive.

4. Michael Warowy, of Tsyhany, son of Jacob Warowy by the latter’s first wife, Barbara Gałaj, was born 18 August 1850 at Tsyhany, baptized there the same day (as above), and was still alive in 1891. He married before 1879, Katerina Rudnicka, alive in 1891, daughter of Joannes Rudnicki and Anna ____. Known issue:

  1. 6Kazimierz Warowy, born 3 March 1879 at Tsyhany.
  2. Petro Warowy, born 7 July 1881 in house no. 64, baptized the next day in the Greek Catholic church as Petrus, son of “Michael, Jacobi Warowy et Mariæ” and “Catharina, Joannis Rudnicki et Annæ,”[242] died 9 January 1882 in house no. 64, Tsyhany, and buried the next day as “Petrus, Michaelis Warowy et Catharina[e] Rudnicka filius,” aged ½ year.[243]
  3. Martha or Maria Warowy, born 1884-85 (by calculation; no baptism found), died 29 December 1896 in house no. 294, Tsyhany, aged 11 years, and buried as “Martha (Maria) Warowej [sic], filia Michaellis [sic] et Catharinæ, agricolarum.”[244]
  4. Josef Warowy, born 4 February 1888 in house no. 64, Tsyhany, and baptized the same day as Josefus, son of “Michael, Jacobi Warowy et Mariæ” and “Catarina, Joannis Rudnicki et Annæ,”[245] died 8 December 1892 (annotation in baptismal record).
  5. Maria Warowy, born 1896-97 (by calculation; no baptism found), died 24 January 1899, aged 2 years.[246]
  6. Petro Warowy, born 4 March 1891 in house no. 64, Tsyhany, and baptized the next day in the Greek Catholic church as Petrus, son of “Michael, Jacobi Warowy et Mariæ filius” and “Catarina, Joannis Rudnicki et Annæ filia,”[247] died 29 December 1892 (annotation in baptismal record).

6. Kazimierz Warowy, of Pine River, Manitoba, son of Michael Warowy and Katerina Rudnicki, was born 3 March 1879 at Tsyhany, and died 10 November 1940 at Pine River, aged over 61 years,[248] and buried in St. Peter and St. Paul Roman Catholic cemetery. He married by 1904 (the latest possible date of birth of their daughter Annie), probably at Tsyhany and certainly in Europe, Petronella (“Patrunka” or “Bertha”) Brylinski, born 9 June 1880 in house no. 85, Tsyhany, died 28 February 1949, and buried in Sacred Heart Ukranian Catholic Cemetery, Durban, Manitoba, daughter of Anthony Brylinski and Katarzyna Kostiuk, of Tsyhany, and brother of Stefan Brylinski in Line V. She was baptized the day after her birth in the Greek Catholic church as Petronela, daughter of “Antonius, Francisci Brylinski et Anna[e]” and “Catharina, Georgii Kostiuk et Magdalena[e].”[249] Her name appears as Petrunka Berlinska in her husband’s death record, but as Bertha Berlinski in the marriage record of her daughter Jennie. Kazimierz Warowy preceeded his family to Canada, leaving Hamburg on 5 March 1904 and arriving at Halifax, Nova Scotia, on 18 March following, the manifest stating that he was bound for Winnipeg. His wife followed two years later with their daughter Anna (aged 2 years) and her father, and though married is referred to by her maiden name of “Petronelle Brylinski” in the manifest; they came on the Mount Temple, leaving Antwerp, Belgium, on 20 March 1906, and arriving at St. John, New Brunswick, on 2 April following.[250] Kazimierz Warowy is found with his wife and four children in the 1911 and 1916 censuses. Issue:

  1. Ann Warowy, born in March 1903, died in April 1978; married 20 February 1919 at Ethelbert, John Rumak, born 1893, died 1983, and had issue.
  2. Joe Waroway, born 29 January 1907, died 1977; married 29 January 1927 at Ethelbert, Carolina Caruk, born 1910, died 1978, and had issue.
  3. Angela Lillian Waroway, born 8 August 1908, died 1990; married 4 February 1935, William Louma, born 1908, died 1981, and had issue.
  4. Nellie Waroway, born 1909.
  5. Michael Waroway, born 16 November 1910 at Ethelbert, died 1969; married 2 November 1930 at Ethelbert, Emily Chornoboy, born 24 September 1912, died ____, daughter of Michael Chornoboy, from Tsyhany, and his wife Mary ____.[251] They had one child.
  6. Mary Waroway, born 1917, died 1980; married Iwan Nebelsky, born 1906, died 1975, and had issue.
  7. Peter Waroway, born 22 March 1920, died 2006. He had a common-law wife, ____ Woloshyn.
  8. Jennie Warowy, born 29 March 1923, died 26 August 1994; married 14 October 1940 at Flin Flon, Manitoba,[252] Michael Kuzyk, born 18 September 1913, died 26 September 1985, son of Dmytro (“Metro”) Kuzyk and Anna Zabiaka. They have four children, including Diana Kuzyk, our informant.


Notes

1Vladimir J. Kaye, Dictionary of Ukrainian Canadian Biography [vol. 1] — Pioneer Settlers of Manitoba, 1891-1900 (Toronto, 1975), 108-9.
2See the map in Ewanchuk, Pioneer Settlers: Ukrainians in the Dauphin Area, 1896-1926, p. 95.
3Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
4Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
5Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
6Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
7Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
8Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
9Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
10Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
11Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
12Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
13Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
14Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
15Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
16We are grateful to Gary Duschl for this suggestion.
17Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
18Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
19Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
20Both baptisms from Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
21Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
22Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
23Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
24Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
25Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
26Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
27Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
28Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
29Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
30Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
31Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
32Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
33Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
34Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
35Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
36All baptisms from records of the Roman Catholic Church, Tsyhany, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
37Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
38Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
39Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
40Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
41Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
42Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
43Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
44Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
45Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
46Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
47Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
48Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
49Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
50Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extract supplied by Gary Duschl.
51All baptisms from Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
52This record is largely illegible because filmed out-of-focus.
53Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
54Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
55Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
56Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
57Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
58Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
59Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
60Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
61Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
62Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
63Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
64Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
65Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
66Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
67All baptisms from records of the Roman Catholic Church, Tsyhany, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
68Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
69Death notice of Mary Waroway, Manitoba death registrations, no. 1914,087166, which gives a wildly exaggerated age at death of 89, states her date of birth as 20 August 1825 (!), and names her parents as J. Solonynka and Agathe Syracusa, which disagrees with her marriage record, and is perhaps a garbled memory of the names of her paternal grandparents, who may have helped raise her after her father’s very early death. The record of her parents’ marriage, which took place on 3 November 1839 in the Catholic church, Tsyhany, gives the names of the parties (in latinized form) as “Procopius, Jacobi et Mariannæ Sołonynka filius,” of house no. 41, Tsyhany, and “Agnes, Lucæ Bazczak et Franciscæ filia.” In turn, the 1812 marriage record of Prokop’s parents name them as Jacob Sołonynka, of house no. 39, Tsyhany, and Marianna, daughter of Paulus Szewcuza [? illegible]. For these last two records we are indebted to Gary Duschl.
70The entry reads:
                              whether going to join
name          age occupation  a relative or friend
-----------------------------------------------------------
Maria Warowy  58  widow
Peter   "     26  labourer   "brother of law" Wasyl Demczuk
Fedor   "     24  labourer
-----
Entire family can read and write, is Austrian in nationality and Polish
in race, from Cygany; final destination Winnipeg
Ellis Island Passenger Arrival Records, ship manifest of the S.S. Blücher, 13 April 1904, p. 43, available online at http://www.ellisisland.org/search/shipManifest.asp?MID=18241281620182875168&pID=102518020063. We are deeply grateful to Borislaw Bilash II for bringing this item to our attention, as the field of the record which mentions the name of Wasyl Demczuk is not indexed and it is unlikely we would ever have found it ourselves. This record has been published in Diane Semanske & Barbara Odette, “Passenger Ship Arrivals,” Pathways and Passages: Official Publication of the Polish of the Polish Genealogical Society of Connecticut/Polish Genealogical Society of the Northeast, 12(1) (Fall 1995): 15-16, at p. 15 (not personally seen).
71Winnipeg Free Press, 14 March 1914, p. 4, col. 3.
72Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
73Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
74Her birthdate is given as 4 July 1865 in 1901 census but as October 1866 in the 1911 census; her age is given as 18 (implying a birthdate of 1865-66) in her marriage record, and as 39 (implying a birthdate of 1866-67) in the 1906 census; and her age at death of 94 years (see below) in 1963 would make her birth in 1868-69.
75Death notice, Dauphin Herald, 16 October 1963, p. 3, col. 4. Kaye (1:18), whose arithmetic is often not very exact, alludes to this death notice but cites the date incorrectly, and uses it as his source for a calculated birthdate for her and two different ages at death, all of which are wrong. As noted above, the age reported for her in her death notice would place her birthdate later than that implied by census records.
76Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl. The marriage year of 1882 given in her death notice is incorrect.
77Kaye, Dictionary of Ukrainian Canadian Biography, 1:18-19. Kaye’s undocumented birthdate of 1859 for Wasyl Demchuk is not supported by the latter’s tombstone.
78His age is given as 49 years in the 1906 census, supporting a birthdate of 1856-57.
79Death notice, Dauphin Herald and Press, 15 March 1934, p. 5, col. 5.
80Although this suggests a birthdate of ca. 1856-57, which is serious disagreement with his birthdate as reported in the 1900 census.
81Elsie Lesyk, Sifton Then and Now: A Reminiscence of the Pioneer Era, 315.
82“Toma Demchuk of Ukraina,” in Michael Ewanchuk, Pioneer Settlers: Ukrainians in the Dauphin area, 1896-1926 (1988), 159-60, at p. 159.
83According to Kaye.
84Demetrius P. Demchuk, The Demchuk Family (1778-1910), typescript, from a copy kindly supplied by Larry Hrehirchuk. An edition of these notes by the present compiler is available online at http://johnblythedobson.org/genealogy/documents/ Demchuk_history_edited.pdf [PDF].
85Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
86Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
87Greek Catholic Church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
88Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
89Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
90Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
91Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
92Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
93Death notice, Winnipeg Free Press, Monday, 26 March 1945, col. 5, noting death on “Saturday,” from a copy kindly supplied by Diana Kuzyk.
94Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1956, online database at Ancestry.com.
95British Columbia death registrations, 1982-09-014024; original record not checked.
96Death notice, Winnipeg Free Press, 28 August 1982, p. 42, col. 2.
97Death notice of John Jaworski, Winnipeg Free Press, 14 June 1966, p. 28.
981911 Census of Canada, Manitoba, City of Winnipeg, Enumeration District 14, p. 44. The entry reads:
name     relationship cond. age   birthdate  birthpl. immig.  occupation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Peter Waroway     head    M  32   July 1879  Poland   1905  general merchant
Jennie Waroway    wife    M  20    May 1891* Poland   1905  [illegible]
Tadeusz Waroway   son     S   5   Jan. 1906  Manitoba
Boleslaw Waroway  son     S   2  March 1909  Manitoba
Mary Waroway      mother  W  85   ---- 1826  Poland   1905
-----
Entire family Polish in ethnicity, Canadian in nationality,
Catholic in religion
* The third digit is illegible, but must be a 9 if she was 20
99Quarterly Supplement to Canadian Official Postal Guide, April 1913 (Ottawa, 1913), p. 7.
1001916 Census of the Prairie Provinces, Manitoba, district 30 (Selkirk), township 32, p. 10; Library and Archives Canada microfilm no. T-21930. The entry reads:
name	relationship age  birthplace  immigration  naturalization  occ.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Peter Warowy	head  38  Austria Poland  1902*  1905      merchant,
                                                             general store
Jennie Warowy	wife  27  Austria Poland  1902   n/a
Teddie Warowy	son    9  Manitoba
Bobbie Warowy	son    7  Manitoba
Stanley Warowy	son    3  Manitoba
-----
Entire family's religion Roman Catholic, citizenship Canadian,
ethnicity Polish
* Sic; this is actually two years before Peter Warowy's arrival in Canada
101Report of the Department of [the] Provincial Secretary [of Manitoba] for the year ending November 30th 1918 (Winnipeg, 1919), p. 4.
102Records of Aliens Pre-Examined in Canada, 1917-1954, database at Ancestry.com, where however the transcription of his place of birth as “Breczord” is not compatible with the handwriting in the rest of the document.
103Canadian Grocer, vol. 25, no.3 (20 January 1911), p. 67, col. 1.
104Manitoba birth registrations, no. 1907,010134; original record not checked.
105British Columbia death registrations, no. 1983-09-016277; original record not checked.
106Winnipeg marriage registrations, no. 1930,048279; original record not seen.
107British Columbia death registrations, no. 1981-09-004314; original record not checked.
108Manitoba birth registrations, no. 1909,010344; original record not checked.
109Winnipeg marriage registrations, no. 1931,031297; original record not seen.
110Death record of Agnishka Schykulski, born 11 May 1872, died 12 May 1935 in the Rural Municipality of Dauphin, aged 63 years, Manitoba death registrations, no. 1935-020342, from index entry. We have not located a death notice, but on 31 January 1935 the Dauphin Herald, p. 4, col. 4, reported under news for Sifton that “Mrs. Shykulski is seriously ill at her home seven miles west of town.”
111Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
112Manitoba death registrations, 1935-024353, Steve Schykulski, from index entry.
113“Stefan Schykulski,” in Kaye, op. cit., 1:87, but note that this source incorrectly states the subject’s parentage.
114See cemetery transcription in Lesyk, Sifton Then and Now, 319-20.
115Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
116Grandview Exponent, 6 January 1982, p. 15, col. 3.
117Per her husband’s death notice.
118Death notice of Joseph Kustra, Dauphin Herald, 2 May 1958, p. 3, col. 2; Kaye, op. cit., 1:56, 87.
119“Pleasant Valley,” Grandview Exponent, 14 July 1982, p. 8, col. 2.
120Birth registration of Josie Kuster (sic), mother’s maiden surname Mary Schykulski, Manitoba birth registrations no. 1911-23822983, from index entry.
121Death notice of Josephine Fitzimmons (nee Kustra), Winnipeg Free Press, 24 June 2000, p. C13, col. 4.
122Birth registration of Frank Kustra, mother’s maiden surname Maria Schekulska, Manitoba birth registrations no. 1914-086377, from index entry.
123Death notice of Emily Elizabeth Barabash, Grandview Exponent, 20 August 2002, p. 13, cols. 3-4.
124We have not found an actual death notice, but two In Memoriam notices appear in the Grandview Exponent, 23 May 1973, p. 2, col. 6.
125Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
126See the entry for this man in Vladimir J. Kaye, Dictionary of Ukrainian Canadian Biography [vol. 1] — Pioneer Settlers of Manitoba, 1891-1900 (Toronto, 1975), 108-9.
127Jan Semczyszyn is probably the Joannes Semczyszyn born 16 April 1811 and baptized in the Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, son of Joannes Semczyzcen and Helena Czornobaj. His wife, Helen, born 1808-09 (by calculation), died 26 July 1853, aged 44 years, and as “Helena, laboriosi Joannis Senczyszen [sic] uxor,” was buried the next day at Tsyhany.
128Kaye, op. cit., 1:109, citing Dauphin Herald, 5 May 1955.
129Kaye, op. cit., 1:9.
130Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
131Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
132Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
133Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
134Death notice, Dauphin Herald, 17 April 1968, p. 4, col. 5.
135Petro-Warowy – Anna Dragon marriage record, Manitoba marriage registrations no. 1906-06-004611, from a copy kindly supplied by Diana Kuzyk.
136See the entry for this man in Vladimir J. Kaye, Dictionary of Ukrainian Canadian Biography [vol. 1] — Pioneer Settlers of Manitoba, 1891-1900 (Toronto, 1975), 108-9. The date of death is from his death notice in the Dauphin Herald & Press, 15 May 1953, p. 3, col. 2.
1371906 Census of the Prairie Provinces, Manitoba, Dauphin District, subdistrict 22, p. 5. The entry reads, in part:
name      relationship  gender cond.  age
-----------------------------------------
Warowy Stefan    head    M      M     27
Warowy Hajuna    wife    F      M     26
Warowy Janko     son     M      S      3
Warowy Mary      dau.    F      S      1
Warowy Michael   son     M      S      1
Warowy Warusa    mother  F      W     67
138According to Kaye, but we cannot find a corresponding entry in the online index to Manitoba marriage registrations.
139The date of 30 March 1888 as given in Kaye, p. 83, would make her 11½ at her marriage.
140See “Wasyl Rehirchuk [sic],” in Vladimir J. Kaye, Dictionary of Ukrainian Canadian Biography [vol. 1] — Pioneer Settlers of Manitoba, 1891-1900 (Toronto, 1975), 83.
141Information from Borislaw Bilash II, received from his grandmother Mary (Waroway) Bilash.
142Manitoba marriage registrations, no. 1926,031276; original record not seen.
143Michael Ewanchuk, Pioneer Settlers: Ukrainians in the Dauphin Area, 1896-1926 (1988), p. 45.
144Michael Ewanchuk, Reflections and Reminiscences: Ukrainians in Canada, 1892-1992 (Winnipeg, 1995), 123-26; Vertical Development: A New Generation of Ukrainian Canadians (Winnipeg, 2000), 1-4.
145Dauphin Herald and Press, 8 Jan 1925, p. 1, col. 5.
146Marriage record, digital image available in FamilySearch, Michigan Marriages, 1868-1925. The official record of the marriage, which gives the date as 27 December 1924, calls him Michael Waroway, aged 21 years, born in Manitoba, son of Stephen Waroway and Anne Hoyhirt [sic], and her Charlotte Maksimiec, aged 18 years, born in Pennsylvania, daughter of Alexander Maksimiec.
147Information from Borislaw Bilash II.
148Death notice, Winnipeg Free Press, 14 June 2003, p. C12, col. 5.
149Death notice, Winnipeg Free Press, 1 September 2002.
150Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
151Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
152Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
153This is possibly the Sebastianus Podgurski who died 16 August 1796 in house no. 28, Tsyhany, aged 70 years (Roman Catholic burial record, supplied by Gary Duschl).
154Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
155Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
156We are grateful to Gary Duschl for pointing out this connection.
157All baptisms from Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
158Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
159Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
160Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
161Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
162Losiac Catholic church records, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
163Losiac Catholic church records, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
164Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
165Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
166Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
167Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
168All baptisms from Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
169Tsyhany Roman Catholic burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
170Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
171Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
172Tsyhany Roman Catholic burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
173Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
174Tsyhany Roman Catholic burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
175Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
176Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
177Tsyhany Roman Catholic burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
178Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
179Tsyhany Roman Catholic burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
180Tsyhany burial register copy.
181Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
182Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
183Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
184Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
185Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
186The identification of Catharina Krzyskow is due to Gary Duschl, who noticed an entry in the Tsyhany Roman Catholic burial register, under date of 9 February 1865, for “Teressa, Gregorii Wiszniowski et Catharinæ Krzyskow filia.”
187Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
188Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
189Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
190Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
191Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
192Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
193Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
194Tsyhany Catholic burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
195Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
196Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
197Tsyhany Catholic burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
198Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl. The baptismal record of the daughter Anna is also mentioned by M. J. Bostwick in “Brylinski, Kostiuk, Warowy,” posting to dated 9 May 2005, at http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.ceeurope.poland.unknown/ 5731.2822/mb.ashx.
199Tsyhany Roman Catholic marriage register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
200Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl. She was baptized as Apolonia, daughter of “Thomas, Andreæ et Agnetis Junik filius” and “Francisca, Antonii et Mariannæ Szczukulski filia,” with godparents Andreas Warowey and Anna Panagabkowa. Her parents were married 4 November 1821 in house no. 23, Tsyhany, by Roman Catholic rites (record also courtesy of Gary Duschl) as “Thomas, Andreæ et Agnetis Junikow filius, Cygany,” and “Francisca, Antonii et Mariannæ Szczukulskich [genitive plural of Szczukulski] filia, Cygany.”
201Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
202Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
203Tsyhany Roman Catholic burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
204We are grateful to Gary Duschl for this suggestion.
205Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
206Tsyhany Roman Catholic burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
207We are grateful to Gary Duschl for this suggestion.
208Tsyhany Roman Catholic burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
209Tsyhany Roman Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
210Tsyhany Roman Catholic burial register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
211Tsyhany Roman Catholic marriage register, from extracts provided by Gary Duschl.
212Tsyhany Greek Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Chris Bostwick. This record is also mentioned in M. J. Bostwick, “Brylinski, Kostiuk, Warowy,” posting to dated 9 May 2005, at http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.ceeurope.poland.unknown/ 5731.2822/mb.ashx.
213Manitoba death registrations, no. 1936,051048; original record not seen.
214Tsyhany Greek Catholic baptismal register, from extracts provided by Chris Bostwick.
215Manitoba death registrations, no. 1936,051048; original record not seen.
216Death notice, Winnipeg Free Press, 23 (?) February 1973, from a copy kindly supplied by Diana Kuzyk.
217Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
218Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
219Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
220Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
221Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
222Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
223All baptisms from records of the Roman Catholic Church, Tsyhany, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl. We do not cite the wording of the baptismal records in detail because the name of the mother is so distinctive, there is no possibility of confusion with any other Warowy family group.
224Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
225Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
226Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
227Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
228Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
229Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
230Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
231Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
232Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
233Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
234Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
235Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
236Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
237Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, marriage register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
238Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
239Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
240Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
241Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
242Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
243Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
244Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
245Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
246Roman Catholic church, Tsyhany, burial register, from extracts supplied by Gary Duschl.
247Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
248Manitoba death registrations, no. 1940-06-04438, naming parents as Michael Warowy 9born at Syhany, Poland) and Katerine Lubanski (also born at Cyany), from a copy supplied by Diana Kuzyk.
249Greek Catholic church, Tsyhany, baptismal register, from extracts supplied by Chris Bostwick.
250Ship passenger lists, supplied by Diana Kuzyk.
251The researches of Gary Duschl have determined that Michael Chornoboy was born in December 1869 at Tsyhany, so it is possible he was related to the Czornobaj women mentioned elsewhere in this page.
252Manitoba marriage registrations, no. 1940-06-039602, from a copy supplied by Diana Kuzyk.

From the Genealogy Page of John Blythe Dobson
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This page first appeared 5 April 2010
Last revised 11 July 2015