It is not clear what village you have in mind, as there are three villages DOBRYŃ
in Gmina Zalesie, Biała Podlaska County, Lublin Voivodship (Dobryń Duży, Dobryń Mały, Dobryń-Kolonia) and village DOBRYNIA
, Gmina Dębowiec, Jasło County, Subcarpathian Voivodeship. But statistically, the latter seems to be a good choice, since the moikrewni.pl/mapa/kompletny/brej.html distribution map of surname BREJ in Poland[/url] points to Jasło County as the county where most people with surname BREJ currently live - 243 out of 371 overall.
Dobrynia is a small village, population 562, picturesquely situated on the border of Jasło Foothills and Low Beskid, 16 km South of Jasło. It was first mentioned in 1363 as Dobrinina lanka, Cloppothnycza, 1399 Dobrznyowa, 1412 Dobrina, 1426 Dobrinija, 1470-80 Dobrynya, 1483 Dobrin, Dobryn, 1493 Dobrzina, 1496 Dobrinia, 1526 Dobrinya, 1530 Dobrynija.
It was originally a king's property, and since 1363 it has become a gentry village. In 1363 King Casimir the Great exchanged with knights Piotr, Stanisław, Świętosław, Izajasz, Jelm, Jan and Wrocław his part of the forest near Cieklin in Kraków Land for their part of Osiek estates with intention to build a city there.
Although it is part of the £emko land there is no evidence that the village was ever purely £emko or mixed. It has its own Roman-Catholic church, built in 1989, and it belongs to Parish of St. Michael the Archangel, situated in village Cieklin, 2.5 km to the west.
So, assuming that your BREJ ancestors were Poles and Roman-Catholics (£emkos are Uniates, Greek-Catholics) their vital records are very likely in Cieklin Parish (unless archived somewhere else).
Parafia Cieklin p.w.: Św. Michała Archanioła, Cieklin 327, 38-222 Cieklin, Podkarpackie, Poland (Polska) ,
Phones: (13) 479 17 30 - curacy, (13) 479 18 00
Webpage (accepting messages): cieklin.ejp2.pl
A website devoted to Cieklin and vicinity, cieklin-ski.pl/index.html , has the following entry to its guest book,cieklin-ski.pl/ksiega_gosci.html_4
The Parish Book in Cieklin church is the invaluable mine of information. I corresponded with Americans, who specially flew to Poland to look for their roots in Ciechlin. If someone were to make the books available electronically or if someone volunteered to provide such information for a fee or a donation to the parish they would find many Americans willing to pay for such information.
So, the Parish Books are in Cieklin.