|Voivodeship :||West Pomerania|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||122 (March 31, 2011)|
|Telephone code :||(+48) 94|
|License plate :||ZKL|
The village was laid out in the Duchy of Pomerania in the form of an anger village in the Middle Ages ; this village shape is still recognizable today. A documentary mention of "Bardi" in 1276 may already refer to this village. Half of the tithe from Bartin has always belonged to the cathedral dean of the Camminer cathedral chapter . In 1309 the bishop of Cammin, Heinrich von Wacholz , also awarded the other half of the tithe to the then Camminer cathedral dean, Siegfried von Trechow .
The village of Bartin itself was also given in 1309 by its owner, Gottfried de Wida , to the Johanniskirche in the old town of Kolberg and the Camminer cathedral chapter. But Friedrich von Eickstedt , who was Bishop of Cammin from 1329, took Bartin against a compensation payment.
At that time, Ludwig de Wida , a brother of Gottfried de Wida and canon of the Kolberg cathedral chapter , left a significant sum of money to the Kolberg cathedral chapter in his will for the purchase of three villages. These were Bartin and the neighboring villages of Damgardt and Zernin . Bartin, like Damgardt, was able to buy the Kolberg cathedral chapter from the Camminer bishop Friedrich von Eickstedt in 1332. The Camminer cathedral chapter, to which the village of Bartin was originally donated, gave its approval in 1333. The three villages Bartin, Damgardt and Zernin then remained in the possession of the Kolberg cathedral chapter until its dissolution in 1811 and were referred to as the "Testament Villages".
In Ludwig Wilhelm Brüggemann's detailed description of the current state of the Royal Prussian Duchy of Western and Western Pomerania (1784), Bartin is listed among the villages of the Kolberg cathedral chapter. There were six full farmers , one half farmer , two cottagers and six residents , a total of 16 households.
With the abolition of the Kolberg cathedral chapter in 1811, Bartin was assigned to the office of Kolberg .
There was a lime works west of Bartin , where lime was extracted and burned. Many fossils were found in the lime pit, including an ammonite that has been discussed in specialist literature. The deposit had already been exhausted for several years when the local researcher Otto Dibbelt described the former limestone mining in an article for the local calendar in 1928.
Bartin remained a well-to-do farming village until 1945. Until 1945 Bartin formed a municipality in the Kolberg-Körlin district of the Pomerania province . There were no other places to live in the community. The settlement after Bartin was in the neighboring municipality of Degow on the road to Bartin.
In 1945 Bartin came to Poland, as did all of Western Pomerania. The village population was replaced by Poles. The place name was Polonized as Bardy .
Development of the population
- 1816: 134 inhabitants
- 1855: 203 inhabitants
- 1871: 236 inhabitants
- 1885: 216 inhabitants
- 1905: 227 inhabitants
- 1919: 248 inhabitants
- 1933: 235 inhabitants
- 1939: 200 inhabitants
- Manfred Vollack : The Kolberger Land. Its cities and villages. A Pomeranian homeland book. Husum Druck- und Verlagsgesellschaft, Husum 1999, ISBN 3-88042-784-4 , pp. 97-103.
- Bartin at the Kolberger Lande association
- CIS 2011: Ludność w miejscowościach statystycznych według ekonomicznych grup wieku (Polish), March 31, 2011, accessed on July 23, 2017
- Johann Friedrich Wachse : Historical-diplomatic history of the old town Kolberg. Halle 1767, p. 374 f. ( Online ).
- Ludwig Wilhelm Brüggemann : Detailed description of the current state of the Königl. Prussian Duchy of Western and Western Pomerania . Part II, Volume 2. Stettin 1784, p. 612 ( online ).
- Otto Dibbelt : The Bartin lime works . In: Home calendar for the Kolberg-Körlin district. 1928, pp. 47-48. Reprinted in: Manfred Vollack : Das Kolberger Land. Its cities and villages. A Pomeranian homeland book. Husum Druck- und Verlagsgesellschaft, Husum 1999, ISBN 3-88042-784-4 , pp. 98-99.
- Municipality of Bartin in the Pomeranian information system.
- Manfred Vollack : The Kolberger Land. Its cities and villages. A Pomeranian homeland book. Husum Druck- und Verlagsgesellschaft, Husum 1999, ISBN 3-88042-784-4 , p. 100.