There is one other thing you may find of interest.On the original ship manifest, GGrandmother (Prababa) Tatyana lists leaving a friend???behind in village: F. (probably Fedor) Storoshuk .Could this be a mistake and Storozhuk= ???????? is her family name?There are appx 10,000+ Storozhuk in Ukraine today.
The Liutzeperniuk surname is rare and by rarity of surname, I suspect that line may be dying out. You have been given the opportunity to pick up that thread. ________________________________________________
LDS has not filmed Starokostyanivskijcounty church records.Inquiry at Khmelnytskij Archives will likely be nec.Village originally located in Vohlyn region.Historically it was the Vohlyn-Podolskij principate during Kyivan Rus Era, with Zhytomir as the regional capital.In 1917, post Bolshovik Revolution, Staroskostyaniv was attached to Vynnitska region.In 1924 it was made a county seat by the Soviets and attached to Khmelnytskij(originally called Proscurov). During Interwar Period itcame under Kamenets-Podolskij governship. Post WW2 the region became a part of SSR Ukraine, under Soviet domain until 1991, when Ukraine became independent. =======================================
A Ukrainian Educator and friend of mine once told me that the most perfect Ukrainian speech pattern comes from specifically your ancestral area,the Vohlyn-Podolska region, just like in States Linguistic Scholars consider the most perfect English speech pattern to be found in Ohio.