1914 (aged 37–38)|
|Cause of death||Hillcrest Mine Disaster|
|Resting place||Hillcrest Cemetery|
|Nationality||Austrian / Galician|
1876 Galicia, Ukraine
John Renick and Anee Loboy (from marriage of brother George Renick in Montana in 1916)
Miner and Siblings (in birth order)
- Fred Rawlyk
- George Rawlyk (born 24 Feb 1890 Wolvyn or Wolswin, Ukraine)
- Bernard Rawlyk
- Max Rawlyk
Wife and children in old country
Occupation in 1914
Hillcrest Mine Disaster June 19, 1914 - Killed
Fred is buried in the Mass Grave in Hillcrest - there is a headstone.
Transcription of the text of the gravestone: Here / Rest/ Fred b.1876, and Vasili b. 1892, Rawliks / killed / in the explosion ..
After the Hillcrest Mine Disaster
Alternate Names or Alternate Spelling of Names
Fedro, Rawlyk, Ralnyk, Raldink, Ralyruk, Ravlyk, Fedir
Surname on the headstone is translated to Rawlik.
Fred is buried beside his brother Bernard Rawlyk also killed in the Hillcrest Mine Disaster. They share a headstone.
Brother Max returned to Austria.
A Ukrainian newspaper named ‘’The Novyny’’, published in Edmonton, Alberta on the 27th of June, 1914, gave a list of the Rusyn Miners killed in the Hillcrest Mine Disaster. Rusyns were a Slavic group encompassing most of the Western Ukraine. Rusyns were better known in the Crownest Pass as Ruthenians. The list was written in the Cyrillic script and transcribed. Translation of this name: Fedir Ravlyk.
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