?????? / Rosokhy is appx 800 yrs old.Today it is clustered w/village Voloshyniv, with which it shares Post Ofc and Village Administration, where Terlecka Marya, daughter of Vasyl, works as Secretary.
Rosokhy is hamlet size and can be found 2.5 miles WNW of Voloshyniv.
Photos shown on Rosokhy site :
GC Church Records filmed by LDS.In order to fill in the 1885+ time gap, consider hiring a local to do research in Lviv Archives. I can recommend someone, if you like.
Metrical books, 1784-1885
Greek Catholic Church. Rosochy (Stary Sambor) (Main Author)
Microreproduction of original manuscripts at the Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in L?viv.
Greek Catholic Church records (births, marriages, deaths, correspondence) for Rosochy (Stary Sambor), Galizien, Austria; later Rosochy (Sambor),
Lwów, Poland; now Rosokhy, Stary? Sambir, L?viv, Ukraine. Text in Latin.
Record group 201, series 4A, files 4906-4908.
Austria, Galizien, Rosochy (Stary Sambor) - Church records
Poland, Lwów, Rosochy (Sambor) - Church records
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Ukraine, L?viv, Stary? Sambir, Rosokhy - Church records
Manuscript (On Film)
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2002
on 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Note - Location [Film]
Volume 201-4A/4906 Births, marriages, deaths 1784-1800 -- Marriages, deaths 1801-1820 -- Births, marriages, deaths 1821-1836 -- Marriages, deaths 1837-1841 -- Births, marriages, deaths 1842-1852 -FHL INTL Film [ 2347180 Item 9 ]
Volume 201-4A/4907 Marriages 1784-1878 -- Births 1784-1820 -FHL INTL Film [ 2347180 Item 10 ]
Volume 201-4A/4907 Births 1820-1825 -- Deaths 1784-1838 -- Correspondence 1884-1885 -FHL INTL Film [ 2347181 Item 1 ]
Volume 201-4A/4908 Births 1825-1840 -FHL INTL Film [ 2347181 Item 2 ]
PS> The other surname, Sukhoruky, has a humorous twist in its meaning and I suspect may have originally belonged to a Cossack. Until you respond, its makes no sense for me to provide more info. I, unlike Zlateca, have no patience for people who do not acknowledge the respondants, who are trying to be helpful.