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Hostovice (Hostowicza)



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1354 Gezth, 1773 Hostowicza, 1808 Hostovice.  (with the localities of Kyslovec-Kiszlócz and Pol’ana-Polyana). The village is recorded in 1354 with the Hungarian name of Gezth ( adaptation of the Slavic form Host). It belonged to Humenné town and in the XVIII century to nobles Csáky. In the XIX century it passed to Ocskay nobles. In 1787 it got 95 houses and 706 inhabitants, in 1828 81 houses and 603 inhabitants. During the History, its inhabitants were occupied as wood-workers.

  Source: Roberto Cannoni, Italy


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