Dear Bev! There are several Yabluniv (Jablonow). You probably want Yabluniv in Husyatyn District Ternopil region. Several years ago I conducted research in a nearby village Suhostav (geographically it merged with Yabluniv). In Yabluniv is many Olijnyk.
In Ternopil archive is only the Greek Catholic metric book of birth Yabluniv for 1891-1926. In Lviv archive is Roman Catholic metric books Yabluniv for 1816-1865. Is alsoGreek Catholic metric unknown Yabluniv for 1835-1841. Maybe it's Yabluniv in Husyatyn district? Other metric books Yabluniv is in Husyatyn Registry Office.
With Yabluniv (Husyatyn district) in WWII died: Olijnyk Dmytro Ivanovych -born 1926. Mobilized into the Soviet army in 1944, soldier. Killed in action 13.02.1945. Buried: Kanshvets, Poland.
Olijnyk Ivan Ivanovych - born 1913. Mobilized into the Soviet army in 1941, soldier. He died in German captivity in April 1942. Buried: Terlyts, Poland.
Oliynyk Mychajlo Vasylovych. - born 1914. Mobilized into the Soviet army in 1944, soldier. Missing in February 1945.
Oliynyk Mychajlo Ivanovych - born 1906. Mobilized into the Soviet army in 1941, soldier. He died in German captivity 11.04.1942. Buried: Terlyts, Poland.
Olijnyk Yurij Semenovych- born 1908. Mobilized into the Soviet army in 1944, soldier. Missing in April 1945.