Previously published in PGS-CA Bulletin (October 2012)

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

Łopienno, a large estate and village in the county of Wągrowiec, had a folwark (farmstead) covering 4438 morgen (mr.) [1] − 3400 mr. farmland, and three villages, i.e., Łopienno the estate, the village of Frydrykowo (Friedrich-shof) a large farmstead, and a farmstead called Julianowo (Julienau) with a large forest. There were 17 houses, 303 inhabitants, of whom 103 were Evangelicals and 200 were Catholics, 142 people were illiterate. The area had a post office and telegraph station. The railroad station was in Rogozno, 12 kilometers distant.

[1] One morgen/mr. = ~2.116 acres.

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