Note: Occasionally, Słownik includes two entries for a location; typically one augments the original information. In this case, the intention seems to be to acknowledge the two spellings of the town's name.
Town, Lida district, at 3 meters [??] from Lida, in hilly environs, intersected by the Dzitwa and Nieciecz rivers. Has a Catholic parish church, Matka Boska [Mother of God], built of wood in 1609 by wojewód Jan Zawisza. Catholic parish, Lida deanery, numbers 1,922 souls.
(Słownik, vol. I, p. 190)
(see vol. I, 190 s.v. Białohrud)
Village, Lida district, Tarnowszczyzna gmina, has a Catholic parish church, dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, built of wood in the year 1609 by wojewód Jan Zawisza. Catholic parish, Lida deanery, 1,990 faithful; chapel in town.
(Słownik, vol. XV, p. 126)