Deminovicius John, (Polon. Demianowicki,) was taken into the number of the alumni, at the Synod of Piaski, in 1641; and at the end of his second year, in 1643, when Masters were appointed at the School of Luclavice, his services were engaged as an assistant. In 1647, he took charge of the Church at Krzelow, which the former Minister, Krzyskievicius, had left for the purpose of visiting foreign countries. Two years later than this, he received from the Synod of Raszcow a commission to travel, and was absent during the whole of the year 1650, with an allowance of one hundred dollars. On his return home in 1651, he was stationed at Raciborsk, from which place he was removed to Milostow and Halicz, in 1653. Of the subsequent part of his history nothing appears to be known: but for a time he probably had the joint charge of the Churches in Volhynia, with Daniel Jaskievicius.
(Vidend. Bock, Hist . Ant. T. I. pp. 243, 244. 418.)DidierLe Roux
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