About Us

 
 

The Staff

Genealogists with Over 60 Years Combined Experience

Publisher & Managing Editor

Steven M. Osifchin


Editor

Joy E. Kovalycsik


Technical Support

Divan Zedwet

 

   

 

What's New

 
 

Our Faith

Greek Catholic Church in Slovakia - Archeparchy of Presov

Bishop Gregory Tarkovič

Bishop Joseph Gaganec

 

Saint John’s Greek Catholic Cathedral, Presov

 

Byzantine Catholic Epharchy of Parma, Ohio -

Apostolic Administrator/Bishop Milan Lach

 

St. Michael the Archangel Byzantine Catholic Cathedral

Past & Present -

A Beloved Centuries Old Tradition

Stations of the Cross

 

Pioneer Greek Catholic Priestly Families-

Reverend Father Emil A. Kubek

 

St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church

Houston, Texas

 

Saint Mary’s Holy Protection of the Mother of God Byzantine Catholic Church

Morgantown, Monongalia County, West Virginia

Byzantine (Greek) Catholic Societies

 

 

The Slovak Republic -

Blessed Titus Zeman, S.D.B.

Plaveč

Prešov

 

Carpatho-Rusyn Heritage

The Slovak Catholic Church

 

Prominent Carpatho-Rusyns

Bishop Gregory Tarkovič

Bishop Joseph Gaganec

 

 

   

 

Updates

 
 
   

 

Kremná

 
 

 

Village History

 

Village Photos

Courtesy of Steven Osifchin

 

Eternal Memory - Vechnaya Pamyat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Village History

 

Over time there have been varying names for the village:

 

1773 Krempach, 1786 Krumpach, 1808 Krempachy, 1920 Krempach pri L'ubovni, 1927 Krempach, 1948 Kremna. Also called Lublokrempach; Lublokorompa; Krumpach. 

 

Administrative Structure: 

Spiš County; District Stara Lubovna, Region Presov until 1960; Region Poprad, by 1968 District Stara Lubovna, Eastern Slovakia. 

 

Population Statistics:

 

1869-290

1880-269

1890-241

1900-236

1910-203

1921-190

1930-225

1940-259

1948-276

1961-254

1970-217 

 

Acreage: 

 

410 HA is the size of the village. HA is short for Hektar. 1 Hektar is 2.471 acres.

 

Church:

 

The Greek Catholic Church was built in the Baroque Style circa 1787.