Павлоградские Кабаки герб фамильный

Pavlograd clan Kabak.

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Origin of the surname Kabak

Very often I came across opinions about the origin of the surname Kabak from the drinking establishment "kabak", from a pumpkin, "they could call a fat man", etc.

That's why I want to debunk these myths right away. Among the Cossacks, the word "tavern" meant a nose, "kabaka" - powdered snuff, and "tavern" - a snuffbox. It can be assumed that this is a common simplification of the word "tobacco", but I will not argue this.

In other words, the name "Andrey Kabak" in Russian sounds "Andrey Tabak". It should be said right away that "kabak" in the sense of "nose" separately from the semantic load of tobacco could not be used due to the primacy of the meaning "tobacco", and therefore the surname Kabak is a complete analogue of the surname Kabak. As for the surname Kabachenko - that was the customary name for the sons of Kabakov.

As for the surname Kabakov, the situation is more complicated. So they could call not only a blood relative, but also a loved one. For example, "Vasco, Kabakov's son-in-law" in the register of 1649. Also, many Cossacks who moved to the Kuban changed their surname Kabak to Kabakov during the persecution of the Soviet authorities in the 1920s. Regarding the surname "Kabakov" of non-Cossack origin, respectively, there are other reasons.

Cossacks along the Samara River in 1776

Along the river Volchim Vody, Nyzhe Dudchenikh along Vovchey Prokop Kabaka single, horse

By Volchim Vody River, Below Dudchenikh by Vovchi zemovnik of the bunchuk comrade Kobilan)

Savka Kab(?v)aka - 3.23, Downstream of Dudchenikh along the river Vovchey

Kaban (? Possibly Kabak) Demko - Below Dudchenykh by Vovchi

Ivan Kabaka

Ivan Kabaka - on foot, bachelor, On the left side of the Samari River

Marco Kabaka

Marco Kabaka - equestrian, single, On the left side of the river along the Samari River

Kabatchenko Pavlo, Artem Kabatchenko

Pavlo Kabatchenko - on foot, single, along the Protovcha River

Artem Kabatchenko - along the Protovcha river

Andrei Kabak's winter camp and foundation of Vyazovok Settlement

1756, October 23, - Inventory of winterers and their owners
Donskoy kuren:
Andrei Kabaka, his winter hut at the mouth of Bobrevka

Andrei Kabaka's winter house was located in the place where the western border of the village of Vyazovok is now located

Farm Kabakov near the river Bobrovka, Volchja

Map of 1750. The arrows indicate the location of the Andrey Kabaka farm (left) and the Kabakov/Kabakovo farm (right)

It can be assumed that the very way of the association of Cossack winter workers in 1776 p. on the right birch Samara vinikaє Sloboda V'yazivok. Behind the "Inventory of those who are in the mountain of Samara, as well as in Veliky Luz and other places of Zaporizhzhya Cossack winterers ..." it is clear that there were few Cossack winterers in the city, de Vinikla Sloboda, and itself: on Samara and її tributaries - V'yazіvka, Bobrivtsі, Kocherzi. Zokrema, on the river. Yurtak Yurko (a Cossack of the Dinsky kuren) and Sukur Petro (a Kozak of the Kislyakovsky kuren), and 3 winterers were in the "mouth of the Vyazyvka" - Fyodor's Gubi (a Cossack of the Vasyurinsky kuren), Uncle Mikhail (a Cossack of the Kalnibolotsky kuren) and Okhreyka Ostap (Cossack of the Pashkiv kuren). "Mouth" r. V'yazivok, so that the place of її anger from Samara, is known at the gathering of the current village. The territory of the V'yazivotskoy village for the sake of (peretina s. Vesele) flows and lions of the tributary of the Samary - r. Poker. On this small river by the camp for 1756 r. the number of Cossack winterers was recorded: one in the river arm: Boklaga Ilka (Cossack Vasyurinsky kuren), "Klima Pukalenka over Vovchoya, near Kocherezki", "Ivan Mironov's relative in Samara, in Kocherezets" and Kolesnik Fyodor "at Kocherze". The poker flows into Samara in the fields, at the right exit from the village. In the river girl Bobrivka, which had practically dried up all at once, behind the "Inventory..." there were winterers of Cossacks Dinsky kuren Andriy's taverns[there is in the register of 1756] that Kovalya Iska, and "just" the rivers of Shevchik Pavel's zimivnik. The mouth of the river is located in the western-western part of the village of V'yazivok near the Samara Forest. So on the Samara River, below Bobrivka, having laid the wintering ground of Semyon Nos, a Cossack Dinskogo kuren.


Note: with a certain degree of probability, it can be assumed that Shevchik Pavel's winter camp was on the territory of present-day Vyazovka (because the other two farms are not "just a river", in contrast to the border of Vyazovka), acc. it can be excluded. On the map of 1830 there are 2 farms at the mouth of Bobrovka - one to the south, the second along Bobrovka between Vyazovk and Kabachina Vershina. It is difficult to say which of these farms is the wintering ground of Kabak, and which of Iska. The location of the river Kabachina Top speaks in favor of the northern version.

The reason for the emergence of the Kabakovsky farm east of Vyazovka and, accordingly, the disappearance of the zutor (winterer) of Kabak west of Vyazovka is not yet clear.


Map of the area (2 versts) for 1790

Dvukhverstovka 1790. You can see the Cossack farm in the west of the Vyazovka and the tributary of the Bobrovka - the top of the Kabachin

Map of the area (1 verst) for 1830

Map of the area (1 verst) for 1830. Farms are visible in the west of the Vyazovka and the tributary of the Bobrovka - the top of the Kabachin

Map of the area (1 verst) for 1830

Map of the area (1 verst) for 1830. Unknown farm east of Vyazovka. After some time, it will disappear, and 700 meters to the east, Kabakovskiy Khutor (or Ust-Malaya Ternovka) will appear. The connection between them is not clear, although it is possible.

Map for 1869

Map for 1869. The Western Farms are no longer marked, the Kabachin Top is still present. Kabakovskiye khutor (to the east of Vyazovka), another name is Ust-Malaya Ternovka.

Map for 1927.

Map for 1927.

Map for 1941

German military map 1941. The clearest designation of Kabakovsky farms.

Карта  за 1941 год

German military map 1941. Another "Kabakovskaya" toponymy is a swamp ("sumpf") in the southeast of the Novomoskovsk forest (a little northwest is the village of Volnoe).

Foundation of the village of Zaitsevo

In 1910, several people from the village of Likhachevo and Khutorov of Pavlograd founded the village of Zaitsevo. Many taverns began to live in these places - in neighboring Romanovka and Kazach Gai.

According to the liquidation of the Sich, the tsar's order began to hand out Cossack lands to dignitaries, military ranks, Russian and Ukrainian helpers. Thus, Major General Sinelnikov Ivan Maksimovich and Lieutenant Colonel of Artillery Likhachov Fedir Dmitrovich won the land. (...). At the beginning of the XX century. the descendants of Likhachov - Mykola and Elizaveta - try to sell the lands of the fall to the inhabitants of their village, we can do it first, then to the middle peasants, and then - to the last, through their trusted broker Mamotenok K.M. So, beginning in the spring of 1910, 12 families arrived as the first settlers on the land of the future village. Until 1912, another 13 people arrived. And in 1917 there were already 60 families. Basically, the tse buli were out of the village. Likhachev and from Pavlograd farms, they bought land in a row for 15 years. The settlement on the back was called "the gallows of Likhachev." In the rocks of the mass war in the secret operational units of the parts of the Chervonoy Army, they fought with the enemy in the area of ​​the station Zaytsevo, the village near the station already appeared - the village of Zaytsevo.

In the same rank, the most populated settlements (“hanging poles”) were settled, and in the same period they got their names: Ternove, Ocheretuvate. In late January 1919, the “Information to the People’s Commissariat of the RSFSR on Agricultural Communes and Artels on the Territory of the Ukrainian SSR” read: which included 21 eaters, of which 10 were able-bodied people, who used 65 acres of land,

Daniil Kabak and descendants ("Pavlograd")

Stepan Kabak and descendants ("vyazovskie, farm Kabakov")

начиная от Терентия Даниловича

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