Brusno Translated from the Słownik Geograficzny (1880-1902)
by Helen Bienick

Brusno, Nowe and Stare (New and Old), with Deutschbach and Duchnicza, is a village in the county of Cieszanów. It is located twelve kilometers from Cieszanów and five kilometers north of Horyniec, and lies near a stream called Brodka. The terrain is woodsy and the soil is sandy. The private estate and holding covered 438 morgen [1] of farmland, 50 gardens and meadows, 88 morgen of pastures, and 1888 morgen of forests. The remaining land expanse consisted of 4592 morgen of farmland, 250 meadows and gardens, 798 morgen of pastureland and 28 morgen of forests. The population in the late 1800s numbered 1743 souls. Of this number, 407 were Roman Catholics, 1,000 were Greek Catholics and 336 were Jews. Brusno Nowe and Stare, with its two other settlements, belonged to the Roman Catholic Parish in Plazów. The Greek Catholic Church in Brusno Nowe belongs to the deanery of Lubaczów.

[1] One morgen (mr.) equals ~2.1 acres.


Brusno Parish Surnames from FHL film: # #2003607, births 1785-1909, compiled by Ray Sobers
Babula
Bazny
Bednarz
Birnbach
Blazurkiewicz
Borkowski
Borzynski
Brzyski
Bundyra
Colka
Cotta
Czaika
Czerwonka
Didek
Didyk
Dorosz
Drozd
Dupnik
Dziadura
Dzuiba
Falenski
Galka
Galkow
Gelmuda
Gerlach
Gielmuda
Gieracki
Gilag
Gimla
Gimlewicz
Gorniak
Gozelnik
Graczka
Grenik
Gucwa
Gustaff
Gustew
Gusztaf
Gutman
Hajdara
Hankiewicz
Harasymowicz
Hejnowicz
Jakimow
Jamadala
Kielbasa
Klach
Kolasa
Kolasy
Kolawa
Kolbukowski
Kolbuszewski
Kolodziej
Koniarz
Kosmyna
Kowa
Kowal
Kowalczuk
Kowski
Kozak
Krzyzycha
Kulig
Kuryk
Kuskiewiczow
Kuta
Lakomczak
Lasowy
Leskow
Losiniecka
Luchowski
Lydeczek
Maciag
Macielow
Maciula
Maciula
Magiel
Mazur
Mazurkiewicz
Mielnie
Morawski
Motyka
Mulinski
Nadej
Nadstawny
Nagorny
Obierek
Obinek
Obirek
Olecka
Pachla
Paczygiel
Paroby
Petriniakow
Piatek
Podgorecki
Poglad
Porebski
Porzyski
Prednowek
Prokopinity
Rachla
Samulak
Schick
Seydeczki
Siczant
Sierant
Skiba
Sobon
Soltis
Sopyla
Stadnik
Stamlos
Stasik
Steckiewicz
Stepko
Stopinski
Strowidlowa
Sudol
Syrwatka
Szacta
Szajdecki
Szalamski
Szczerbasiuk
Szczygel
Szczygiel
Szuper
Szydecki
Tenera
Thomie
Tybewczy
Ulicki
Wazny
Wechow
Wielhow
Wieliczkowiec
Witko
Wloch
Woch
Wojciak
Wojtawicz
Wojtuch
Wozny
Wrobel
Wuyciak
Wyczak
Wysocka
Zalecki
Zaleski
Zichowiec
Zorubel
Zudzniewicz
Zukow
Zukowiec
Zuss

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