Khemelovo, Brest, Belarus Genealogy

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Khmelevo (Belarusian: Хмелева; Polish: Chmielewo) is an agricultrual town in the Zhabinka district of the Brest region of Belarus. This page includes information about genealogical research, indexed records and inventories for records in Khmelevo and surroundings villages: Demenichi (Demenicze), Zawirszany, Zhabinka, Ivakhnovichi, Druzhba, Skorbichi, Skorbicz, Vistychi, Chernivtsi. For more information, please see https://www.facebook.com/groups/khmelevo/

Surnames[edit | edit source]

Surnames listed include: Doropievich Доропиевич, Doroshevich, Doshchik Дощук, Galkin Галкин, Ga(o)rmanovich, Gatskevich (Khatskevich), Germanovich, Gordeyuk, Grischuk, Kalenik, Kalishuk, Khomich, Kozlovsky Козловский, Kozyrko, Konashko Конашко (Konapko), Kotsevich, Kovalchuk, Kugan, Kutz, Lackevich, Marchuk, Mackevich, Metelsky, Mikitchuk, Mishko (Mishka), Obydenni Обыденный, Orobeyko, Sobol, Savonevsky, Serafinowicz Серафимович, Serafimovich, Serafinovich, Shabalo, Sheretukha, Shlyk, Shumko (Shumka), Шумко, Shumsky, Smirnoff (Smirnov), Svinko (Svinka), Starikevich, Starinsky, Starykiewicz Старикевич, Tsaruk (Tsar), Voitovich, Yarivo(a)novich, Yatsevich, Zagudaev Загудаев, Zholtovsky, Zhuchik.

History[edit | edit source]

The owner of the estate Khmelevo 1830 Belarus (Poland), prince Michał Hieronim Radziwiłł (Lithuanian: Mykolas Jeronimas Radvila; 1744-1831) was a Polish nobleman, politician, diplomat and member of the Polish-Lithuanian Radziwill family. Martin Nicolas Radziwiłł (11 November 1705–11 January 1782) was owner of the estate. From Martin Nicholas the estate passed into custody to Michał Kazimierz "Rybeńko" Radziwiłł: