Bialohruda, Belarus
 53º47’ N,  25º11’ E

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compiled by Ellen Sadove Renck from the sources at the bottom of the page
Bialohruda/Belogruda/Belogrudy and dependent villages of Bobowce, Cibory, Dalekie, Dubczany, Gorniaty/Gornety at 5348 2511, Kulbaki, Mochowecze, Olsew Wielki, Radziwoniszki/Radzvoniski at 5346 2506, Rzepniki, Szczurk, Szczutniki, Tarnowszczyna

and estates and hamlets of Adruszki, Chielowka, Cwirbuty, Czytowszczyna, Dzitryki, Felicjanowo, Krystnowo, Kurhan, Leszczynowka, Oltew Maly, Ostep, Podzitwa, Polubniki, Szemiotowszczyzna, Zaloza

In 1928, Bialohruda (Polish spelling) was designated as an osada (settlement or community), seat of Tarnow community office, in the Second Uchastok, Lida powiat, Nowogrodskie pow., Poland. The Justice of the Peace was in Lida and the Justice Court in Wilno. The 1928 population was 100. The railway station was 14 kilometers away in Bialohruda. The post office and telephone were in Bialohruda and telegraph in Lida. Bieniakonie had one Catholic church and mills.

Slownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego: p. 190
Bialohrud, mko, pow. Lidzki, o 3 m. od Lidy, w okolicy wsg?rzystej, przeci?tej rzekami Dzitw? i Niecuecza. Ma paraf. ko?c. katol. M.B., z drzewa wzniesiony 1609 przez wojewod? Jana Zawisz?. Parafia katol. B. dekanatu lidzkiego liczy dusz 1922.

Bialohrud, small town, Lida powiat, 3 “m.” [mila? morg?] from Lida, in hilly area, on the rivers Dzitwa and Niecuecza. Has Catholic parish church in M.B. [Maly Bialohrud?], with wood (?) elevation 1609 from wojewode Jana Zawisze. Bialohrud Catholic parish deanery in Lida with 1,922 souls [parishioners].
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See also Bialohruda (scroll down)

Ksiega Adresowa Handlowa, Warszawa Bydgoszcz 1929
Slownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego

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