Wola Jakubowa was founded in 1340 and still exists,as a hamlet w/population of 302.
From late 18th century to 1919 wies/village Wola Jakubowa was predominantlya Ruthenian/Ukrainian village with its own Greek Catholic Church.The filial Roman Catholic Parish was in Rychcice. Drohobycz was both the powiat (county) and the gmina (judicial-tax district) > Lemberg - Lwow - Lviv region > Historic Galicia (Halychyna) Province, administered by ethnic Poles for the Austro-Hungarian Empire (Hapsburg Emperors). During the Interwar Period (1919-1938) this region came under Reconstitited Poland's (Republic of Poland) domain. Technically Poland had not existed as a geopolitical entity for the previous 125+ yrs. Post WW2 this region became a part of SSR Ukraine, under Soviet domain until 1991 when Ukraine became independent.
TODAY selo/village Wola Jakubowa is called ????(-???????) > Drohobych raion/district > Lvivska oblast/region > Ukraine and the region is still referred to as Halychyna. Latest zip code 82134.
Following short article will help you understand how the same place was called Austria, then Poland, then Soviet Ukraine and now independent Ukraine. http://www.infoukes.com/genealogy/tracz/baba.htmlhttp://www.infoukes.com/genealogy/tracz/baba.html
LDS has filmed GC Church Registers for the village:
Title Metrical books, 1784-1896
Authors Greek Catholic Church. Wola Jakubowa (Drohobycz) (Main Author)
Notes Microreproduction of original manuscripts at the Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in L?viv. Greek Catholic Church records (births, marriages, deaths) for Wola Jakubowa (Drohobycz), Galizien, Austria; later Wola Jakubowa (Drohobycz), Lwów, Poland; now Voli?a?, Drohobych, L?viv, Ukraine. Text in Latin with some headings in Russian. Record group 201, series 4A, files 6110-6111.
Subjects Austria, Galizien, Wola Jakubowa (Drohobycz) - Church records Poland, Lwów, Wola Jakubowa (Drohobycz) - Church records ???????, ?????, ????????, ???? - ???????? ????? Ukraine, L?viv, Drohobych, Voli?a? - Church records
Format Manuscript (On Film)
Language Latin Russian
Publication Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2003