1) Barow- a village in the 3rd Police District of Oszmiana province within the Logomowicze gmina (5.3 miles away). There were 186 taxable inhabitants in the 1865 census. It belongs to the Nikolaev estate of Count Zamoyski; 2) Barow Wielki-- a village and estate in the same province and police district as above, 4 miles to Logomowicze. The village has 75 taxable inhabitants. In 1865, the estate belonged to the Slipkowat family; at present to Jan Sielanki. 3) Barow Maly-- a village and estate (same powiat and police district as above). The village has 43 taxable inhabitants. In 1865, the estate belonged to the Besarowicz family, today it belongs to the Trejkowiczes.
Editor's Note: All Slownik longitudes in this article have been converted to modern coordinates which is based on the Greenwich zero meridian. All Polish measurement units (land areas, distances, height above sea level, etc.) were converted to American-English equivalents. Monetary units, where identified, were left in zlotys/zl. or rubles/rs.
Source: Slownik Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego - Warsaw [1902, vol. 15, p.86]
This translation, by Mike Gansecki, is used by Permission.