Konoplicze - village in Vałožyn 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 Konoplicze on the detailed map of the beginning of the XXth century and modern maps, as well as on satellite images from the Google Maps;
- administrative-territorial belonging in the Russian Empire (1900th), in Poland (1920-1939)in the Republic of Belarus (2017);
- name of the Orthodox parish to which belonged village Konoplicze at the beginning of the XXth century
what years the Metric books about the born, married and dead of this parish have survived;
- The fund number, the inventory, and the address of the Archive in which the metric books are stored;
- name of the Catholic parish to which belonged village Konoplicze at the beginning of the XXth century
- what years the Metric books about the born, married and dead of this parish have survived;
- address of the Archive in which the metric books are stored;
- 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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I posted a message earlier noting that my mother came to the US from a village in the Minsk area. I want to add that her father's name was Kostanty Czemko, and his father's name was Wassily Czemko. On her ship's manifest her mother listed Dowgin as their former residence in the Minsk district. I have speculated that Dowgin might be Dolginov or Dauhinava. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you, Donald Blackreply
My mother came to the US in 1913 from somewhere in the Minsk area. Her father's name was Czemko. Does anyone know anything about this family? I am writing this message because I found someone with this surname on the passenger list of a ship that arrived in Argentina in the 1920s. He said his village in Belarus was Konoplicze. Thank you, Donaldl Blackreply