Derazenka, Belarus 

possibly in Hrodna District today

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Derazenka: grange private and government(?) - on river Derazenka, administrative district Lida, in second administrative circle, 56-58 versts from Lida; in 1866 - 2 houses, 65 inhabitants (?); the inn Derazna is nearby, 1 house, 8 inhabitants.
[Translation by Jan Sekta] 

According to https://by.geoview.info/derazenka,25176430w, Derazenka is 'close to Romanovichi'. See https://www.maplandia.com/belarus/hrodna/romanovichi/ for Romanovichi

Ksiega Adresowa Handlowa, Warszawa Bydgoszcz 1929, Slownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego

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