The Hadiach Regiment (Ukrainian: Гадяцький полк, romanizedHadiats’kyi polk) was one of then territorial-administrative subdivisions of the Cossack Hetmanate. The regiment's capital was the city of Hadiach, now in Poltava Oblast of central Ukraine.

Hadiach Regiment
Гадяцький полк
Hadyach polk.svg
Hadyach coat of arms
Active1648 - 1782
CountryCossack Hetmanate
TypeCossack Regiment
Size9 - 18 sotnias
Garrison/HQHadiach, Ukraine
EngagementsAzov campaigns
Great Northern War 1700-1704
Battle of Poltava
Russo-Turkish War (1735–1739)[1]
Commanders
Notable
commanders
Yarema Khmelenko
Kindrat Burlii

The Hadiach Regiment was founded in 1648. In 1649 the regiment became part of Poltava Regiment.

Under the hetman Ivan Briukhovetsky, Hadiach county became a new Zinkivskyi Regiment.

During the early years of the 1670s the Regiment was renamed Hadiach Regiment. During different years of its existence the regiment was composed of 9 to 18 sotnias. The regiment also had Cossack artillery. On the territories of the regiment were 11 cities and 971 villages.

In 1782 the regiment was disbanded by the order of the Tsar. All of the regiment's territories were included into the Chernigov Viceroyalty.

StructureEdit

In 1782 there were 18 sotnias in the regiment:

  • Hadiach (3)
  • Opposhanska (3)
  • Zinkivsk (3)
  • Komyshancka (2)
  • Kovalivska (2)
  • Veprytska
  • Hrunska
  • Kyzemynska
  • Rashivska
  • Lutenska

CommandersEdit

List of Regiment Colonels:[2]

  • Yarema Khmelenko (1648)
  • Kindrat Burlii (1648–1649)
  • Pavlo Apostol (Tsarenko, silmutaniously Myrhorod colonel, 1659–60)
  • Vasyl Shyman (1662–1663)
  • Semen Ostrenko (1666–1668, 1672)
  • Yakiv Tyshchenko (1670–1672)
  • Fedir Krynytskyi (1672–1678)
  • Mykhailo Samoilovych (1678–1687)
  • Mykhailo Borokhovych (1687–1704)
  • Stepan Troshchynskyi (1705–1709)
  • Ivan Charnysh (1709–1714)
  • Mykhailo Myloradovych (1715–1726)
  • Havrylo Myloradovych (1727–1729)
  • Hryhorii Hrabianka (1730–1738)[3]
  • Petro Haletskyi (1738–1754)
  • Vasyl Rozumovskyi (1755–1762)
  • Antin Kryzhanivskyi (1762–1772)
  • Semen Myloradovych (1778)
  • Rodion Plamenets (~1790)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Версія для друку: Стаття: репан о. а.. миргородський полк в російсько-турецькій війні 1735-1739 рр
  2. ^ "Неофіційний сайт міста Гадяч. Історія міста". Archived from the original on 2007-10-23. Retrieved 2007-10-30.
  3. ^ НаУКМА - Граб'янка Григорій Іванович