Re: Info On Wasyl Rusnak

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Info On Wasyl Rusnak
Brad Rusnak 1/09/12
Czernowitz was wellknown capital of Bukowina.
Familysearch has a lot of churchbooks on microfilm:
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=topicdetails&subject=492978&subject_disp=Austria%2C+Bukowina%2C+Czernowitz++Church+recordshttp://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=topicdetails&subject=492978&subject_disp=Austria%2C+Bukowina%2C+Czernowitz++Church+records
But this are only the town Czernowitz.
It is also a county (oblast):
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chernivtsi_Oblasthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chernivtsi_Oblast
Familysearch has some churchbooks of towns around:
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localityhitlist&columns=*%2C0%2C0&PLACE=Czeremosch+&PARTOF=&prePLACE=Czeremosch+&prePARTOF=http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localityhitlist&columns=*%2C0%2C0&PLACE=Czeremosch+&PARTOF=&prePLACE=Czeremosch+&prePARTOF=
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=topicdetails&subject=1124172&subject_disp=%26%23x423%3B%26%23x43a%3B%26%23x440%3B%26%23x430%3B%26%23x457%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x430%3B%2C+%26%23x427%3B%26%23x435%3B%26%23x440%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x456%3B%26%23x432%3B%26%23x446%3B%26%23x456%3B%2C+%26%23x421%3B%26%23x442%3B%26%23x43e%3B%26%23x440%3B%26%23x43e%3B%26%23x436%3B%26%23x438%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x435%3B%26%23x446%3B%26%23x44c%3B%2C+%26%23x421%3B%26%23x442%3B%26%23x43e%3B%26%23x440%3B%26%23x43e%3B%26%23x436%3B%26%23x438%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x435%3B%26%23x446%3B%26%23x44c%3B++%26%23x41c%3B%26%23x435%3B%26%23x442%3B%26%23x440%3B%26%23x438%3B%26%23x447%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x456%3B+%26%23x43a%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x438%3B%26%23x433%3B%26%23x438%3B&columns=*,180,0http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=topicdetails&subject=1124172&subject_disp=%26%23x423%3B%26%23x43a%3B%26%23x440%3B%26%23x430%3B%26%23x457%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x430%3B%2C+%26%23x427%3B%26%23x435%3B%26%23x440%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x456%3B%26%23x432%3B%26%23x446%3B%26%23x456%3B%2C+%26%23x421%3B%26%23x442%3B%26%23x43e%3B%26%23x440%3B%26%23x43e%3B%26%23x436%3B%26%23x438%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x435%3B%26%23x446%3B%26%23x44c%3B%2C+%26%23x421%3B%26%23x442%3B%26%23x43e%3B%26%23x440%3B%26%23x43e%3B%26%23x436%3B%26%23x438%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x435%3B%26%23x446%3B%26%23x44c%3B++%26%23x41c%3B%26%23x435%3B%26%23x442%3B%26%23x440%3B%26%23x438%3B%26%23x447%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x456%3B+%26%23x43a%3B%26%23x43d%3B%26%23x438%3B%26%23x433%3B%26%23x438%3B&columns=*,180,0
Could not find the village "Walisa".
There is a village or little town named "Waly" in Rajon Wyschnyzja:
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rajon_Wyschnyzjahttp://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rajon_Wyschnyzja
(Sorry, English page isn't much informativ: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rajon_Wyschnyzjahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rajon_Wyschnyzja)
If you don't have correct dates it would be hard to search through all the books. Especially they are written in Roman, German or Russia with cyrillic letter.
Maybe there are Researchers of Bukowina who may help you.
Susanne