The following Greek Catholic metrical records are available at USC Solina (Urząd Stanu Cywilnego – Civil Registries Office):
Bóbrka: Births 1886-1946, deaths 1893-1947
Berezka: Births, marriages and deaths from 1926 to 1938
Bereźnica Niżna: Births, marriages and deaths from 1926 to 1938
Bereżnica Wyżna: Births from 1907 to 1945 and marriages from 1874 to 1928
Wola Matiaszowa: Births, marriages and deaths from 1926 to 1938 and deaths from 1891 to 1946
You can contact USC Solina in Polish at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be as specific as possible in terms of names, surnames, dates and places when making your request. As with most USC’s in Poland, you will be required to provide proof of relationship and sometimes a payment when making a request.
Welcome to “On the Edge of Boykivschyna”. I have been always interested in the places where both sets of my grandparents came from, the Bieszczady region of south-east Poland. This website will try to explore a small number of villages in Lesko, Baligrod and Solina counties, as well as some villages in the immediate area. This area was the westernmost settlement region of the Boyko people, the majority of which now identify as being a part of the Ukrainian ethos.
I am also interested in Genealogy. In particular the following surnames, in the following villages: