Słownik geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego i innych krajów słowiańskich

(Geographic Dictionary of the Kingdom of Poland and Other Slavic Countries)

Volume VII. 1886


Pagórce, in documents known as Pagórcze, in Russian Pagurcy, village by the river Wytekłą, district Lityński, municipality, catholic parish and post office Ułanów, about 49 wiorsta (32 miles) from Lityna and 40 wiorsta (26 miles) from Berdyczow (Berdychiv ), has 78 villages, 706 inhabitants, 907 dziesięcina (2450 acres) of peasant land, 1103 dziesięcina (2978 acres) of estate land. It has an Orthodox parish church of Saint Dimitri, built in 1795 from wages earned from sell of 43 dziesięcina (116 acres). The parish has 849 faithful. There is a steam distillery in the village, with Pistoryusza apparatus employed. 7 workers and disguising of the 15,200 poods (548,872 pounds). Black land soil. Once belonged to Ułanowski; in recent times the Gnatowski's property, now Obedziński.