Gorjanka [Ru] Gorzanka [Polish]

Lisko District, present day SE Poland

Lemko Surnames found in 1787 Austrian Cadastral Records

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Church was "Saint Paraskevija" [1838] [still standing]

The wooden church was renovated in 1912. A stone bell tower by the church is dated 1744. The church was looted and vadalized after the Vistula Action. It remained closed until the 1970's when it was give to the Poles.

In 1785 the village lands comprised 8.56 sq km. There were 195 Greek Catholics 18 Roman Catholics and 10 Jews

1840 - 244 Greek Catholics

1859 - 240 Greek Catholics

1879 - 225 Greek Catholics

1899 - 278 Greek Catholics

1926 - 334 Greek Catholics

1936 - 372 Greek Catholics

The village was not incorporated in to the Lemko Apostolic Administration in 1934

Filial church located in RADEVA 9km away

The village of VOLJA HORJANS'KA 3km away was served by the priest

LDS microfilm is not available