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Bela nad Cirochou (Cziróka-Béla)

 

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Highlights

First Mentioned 1451
2001 Population  
1998 846 homes with 3,258 inhabitants, of which 2,973 were Roman Catholic.
1914 Population 1054; 17 Magyar, 29 German, 1001 Slovak; 1003 Roman Catholic, 14 Greek Catholic, 29 Jewish
Village Names Cziróka-Béla, Cirókabéla

 

 

Additional data thanks to Mark Sabol.

 

History

 

This village was first mentioned in documents in the year 1451. The village was always owned by the Humenné dominion. In 1557 a farm was noted. In 1717 the village constructed a mill.  There were 17 inhabited houses and 7 abandoned houses. At the end of the 18th century the village became a part of dominions of the following noble families: Péchy/Péchyov, Roll / Rollov, Ocskay, Tomcsiczó. In 1787 Belá had  68 houses and 552 inhabitants.  In 1828 there were 133 houses with 956 inhabitants

Source: Vlastivedný Slovník Obcí na Slovensku Bratislava 1977

 

1451 Bela, 1773 Bella Csirocska, 1808 Cyroká Bela. is first mentioned in 1451. The village always belonged to the Humenné town dominion. In 1557 a farm live is documented. In 1717 the village had a mill and 17 houses inhabited and 7 abandoned. At the end of the XVIII century the village began a part of dominions of the following noble families: Péchy/Péchyov, Roll / Rollov, Ocskay, Tomcsiczó. In 1787 Belá had 68 houses and 552 inhabitants, and in 1828 133 houses and 956 inhabitants.  Source: Roberto Cannoni, Italy

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Last Update: 05 July 2007  

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