Lysiec

Name in English: 
  • Lysiec
Names in Ukrainian: 
  • Lysets’ [Лисець]
Names in Polish: 
Łysiec
Names in German: 
Lisica
Names in Russian: 
Lysets [Лысец]
Names in Hebrew: 
Lisets [ליסייץ]
Names in Yiddish: 
Lisets [ליסייץ]
Historical-cultural region: 
Eastern Galicia
Administrative History: 

 

Years

State

Province

District

Till 1772

Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Kingdom of Poland

Rus Voivodship (Województwo ruskie)

 

Kołomyia powiat

1772-1867

Hapsburg Empire, since 1804, -  Austrian Empire

Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria (Königreich Galizien und Lodomerien)

Stanislau Gebiet

1867-1914

Austro-Hungarian Monarchy

Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria (Königreich Galizien und Lodomerien)

Bohorodczany powiat (Herbivnyk, 130)

1914-1915

Under Russian military occupation

General-Government Galitsiia

 

1915-1918

Austro-Hungarian Monarchy

Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria (Königreich Galizien und Lodomerien)

Bohorodczany powiat

1918 - May 1919

West Ukrainian People's Republic

 

 

May 1919 - Sept. 1939

Republic of Poland

Stanislawów wojewódstwo

Till 1932 Bohorodczany powiat

Since 1932 Stanislawów powiat

Sept. 1939 - June 1941

USSR: Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic

Stanislav oblast'

Stanislawów raion

June 1941 - July 1944

Under German occupation: General Government (Das Generalgouvernement für die besetzten polnischen Gebiete

Distrikt Galizien

Stanislau Kreishaupt-mannschaft

1944-91

USSR: Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic

Stanislavov (Stanislaviv) oblast'; since 1962 renamed Ivano-Frankovsk (Ivano-Frankivs'k) oblast'

Since 1982: Tysmenytsa raion

Since 1991

Republic of Ukraine

Ivano-Frankivs'k oblast'

Tysmenytsa raion

 

Population Data: 

Year

Total

Jews

Percentage

1765

-

126

-

1880

2,359 (Słownik, 5:860)

983

41.67%

1900

2,512

1,095

43.59%

1921

1,560

275

17.63%

1970

2,281 (Istoriia mist, p. 239)

-

-

1994

2,749 (link)

-

-

 

According to the statistical data submitted by the local authorities on May 29, 1920, there were  1811 people in Lysiec: 495 Poles, 991 Russians and 325 Jews. ( CAHJP, Hm2/8888.14)

In 1921, 275 people declared Jewish religion while 237 declared Jewish nationality. CAHJP, HM2/9138.6  

Remarks: 

There were Hebrew courses in Lysiec until 1922. (CAHJP, Hm2/9138.4)

Lysiec is a village on the right bank of the Bystritsa Solotvinska river (a tributary of the Dniester), at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains, 10 km south-west to Ivano-Frankivs'k and 8 km north-east from Bohorodchany.