Howiezna - village in Stoŭpcy district Minsk region of the Republic of Belarus. There are the following data for this settlement on the Radzima.net website:
- geographical coordinates and location of village Howiezna on the detailed map of the beginning of the XXth century and modern maps, as well as on satellite images from the Google Maps;Howiezna at map
- administrative-territorial belonging in the Russian Empire at the beginning of the XXth century, in Poland (1920-1939)in the Republic of Belarus (2017);
- name of the Catholic parish to which belonged village Howiezna at the beginning of the XXth century
- the name of the owner and the name of the landed property to which the area belonged in the middle of the XIX century

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Hello. We are looking for information about the Jewtuszek family from Howiezna, Nowogrodek. The father was Theodor Jewtuszek and the mothers maiden name was Aleksandra Kozlowska. During the Russian invasion in 1939 or 1940, the mother and three children were sent to a Soviet labour camp in Kazakhstan. We dont know what happened to the father. The family was Catholic and the fathers mother was Jewish. We would like to know if there are any civil records or church records still in existence for this town that we are able to search ourselves. Is there a website for families seeking information about their ancestors from this area? Thank you fir your help.

Nancy, Canada reply
Hello. We are looking for information about the Jewtuszek family from Howiezna, Nowogrodek. The father was Theodor Jewtuszek and the mothers maiden name was Aleksandra Kozlowska. During the Russian invasion in 1939 or 1940, the mother and three children were sent to a Soviet labour camp in Kazakhstan. We dont know what happened to the father. The family was Catholic and the fathers mother was Jewish. We would like to know if there are any civil records or church records still in existence for this town that we are able to search ourselves. Is there a website for families seeking information about their ancestors from this area? Thank you fir your help.

Nancy, Canada reply
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