Materials for the History of the Human Settlements of «Baturyn county»: Hamlets (Selo) Kuren', Popovka, Guty and Staroe
Authors: Sergey I. Degtyarev
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This work completes the publication of descriptions of human settlements of Baturyn county (uezd) in the Ukraine (Malorossia), which were presented to the last Ukrainian hetman Kirill Razumovsky by Empress Elizabeth (Elizaveta Petrovna) in 1760. The total number of donated villages, towns and villages in the county there were 21: Baturin, Velikii i Malyi Sambor, Altynovka, Koributov, Yur'evka, Koshara, Deptovka, Golyunka, Rubanka, Gorodishche, Bakhmach, Kuren', Podlipnoe, Popovka, Guty, Staroe, Obmachev, Novye Mliny, Velikoe Ustya, Korilsk. Now all these settlements are part of the Sumy and Chernihiv regions of Ukraine. Previously, they were owned by Menshikov. The disclosures of all these settlements were concentrated in the same document, dated as 1760, which is stored in Konotop museum.
The author gives a description of the hamlets (selo) Kuren', Popovka, Guty and Staroe.