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Thank you for this amazing insight Thank you very much for this informative article and sources of information. My grandparents were Lithuanian and it is most insightful as to my heritage The early history was most helpful. So little is written about the ancient beginnings of the Lithuanians.
I knew about Unitas But I am glad to hear of Butkus as well. And any info on the tremendous basketball players who come from Lithuania? Thanks for the education. My father, E. Krivis, born in Chicago. Any relatives out there e-mail me. I was born in in Fresno, CA. I felt very happy to read a lot about this country Lithuania. I think this is a beautiful and clean country. The language is little similar to English.
But what about racism? Is it true?
I dont think so.! Scott Dolik Dzedolikas? Facinating article. My grandparents came through Ellis Island in about There are tall tales in the family about nobility and murder but little is known. The Lithuanians seem to be a very secretive bunch, very closed mouthed.
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Most of the old timers are dead now and I want to know more!! The Russians messed up the records so bad in Lithuania it is almost impossible to find any real records. I guess I will just have to go over there to Vilna and dig!! Francis Hobitz. This was a very insightfull article. Trying to trace my Lthuanian roots has been difficult. My Dad was running from the Russian army, emmigrated in , and changed his name from Orbecius to Hobitz. She would not discuss her Lithuanain heritage. If you can furnish any tips or leads to pursue my geneaology I would be most appreciative.
Frank Hobitz If there is any relatives in USA, text me by e-mail. Don Kaspar. I am trying to locate any relatives of Andrew Cidlewicz.
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He came here in I am his great grandson. I have done Ancestry work that I can share.
I live in small city Marijampole. There they changed last name to Caspar.
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All letter was lost. I just have photos because Maria Caspar sent her family photos. When they were little their dad died and mother got married to other man. I am looking Maria Caspar childern and grandchildren because I started to make family tree. It is important for me to know more about my family roots.
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Please write to gureviciute. Thank you for this wonderful historical background on Lithuanians. I am regularly researching my Lithuanian heritage, and I have found that researching the history of Lithuania has increased my enthusiasm for the homeland of my forefathers. Of course, anyone delving into geneology discovers that it is not an easy task, but when you make a new discovery along the way, you get a second wind to continue on.
I have discovered that part of my family roots lead to Gargzdai Garsden , Lithuania. I would be very appreciative for any information on retrieving family records from that area of the country. Thanks again and Good Luck to all.
“It Flew Like a Shooting Star”: Sartre and De Beauvoir’s Week in Soviet Lithuania
Thank you for sharing so many historic details of the Lithuanian-American community. We host a variety of events and activities each year including an annual Muge Lithuanian festival in November, year-round Lithuanian language classes, cultural events, film festivals, and more. If you live near Philadelphia, please join us! Jared Larson. Hi i found this article very helpful Was there an editor and also who is the publisher of the site. Thank you very much though. Lesley Cowan. We were good friends, he was my first boy friend and we wrote for awhile when he arrived in America.
I do not have the letters anymore so cannot remember where his address was. Too many years have passed but it would be wonderful to contact him again. It is my 70th birthday on March 14 hence the memories. It might be interesting and useful for some Americans of Lithuanian heritage to know that children, grandchildren and even great grandchildren of Lithuanians that emigrated from Lithuania after are eligible for dual Lithuanian citizenship.
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