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John V. (#47640587)
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Blake Andrews
RE: Hi Blake
Hi John,
My grandfather was the only Andrukaitis man in my family I have ever know of - and he passed away before I was born of a heart attack. He died at the age of 69 and I understood he had a series of heart attacks previously before the last one claimed his life.
Added by Blake Andrews on Feb 12, 2015 7:52 AM
Blake Andrews
One more thing...
Do you know who your Anthony Andriukaitis' father's name was? Just curious.... My Anthony (Antanas) had four brothers, Ignotas (Ignatius) Andriukaitis, Jonas (John) Andriukaitis, Kazimieras (Casmir) Andriukaitis, Tamosius (Thomas) Andriukaitis, and a sister, Ona (Anna) Andriukaitis.
Looking at Al Andrews picture as a young child, wow, he looks a lot like my dad as a young child. Could be pure coincidence, but very similar.
Added by Blake Andrews on Feb 11, 2015 2:52 PM
Blake Andrews
RE: Andriukaitis
Hi John, I've actually heard that Andrukaitis is pretty common in Lithuania. My great-grandfather's name was also "Anthony/Tony" and I recently discovered that the Lithuanian name is Antanas. His wife, my great-grandmother's name was Antanina. I do not know the Lithuaian version of Elizabeth for your great-grandmother.
Still not certain of a connection here, but as I've discovered in genealogy, anything's possible!
Added by Blake Andrews on Feb 11, 2015 2:46 PM
Blake Andrews
Andruikaitis
Hi John, I was searching Find-a-grave for any Andriukaitis/Andrukaitis surnames. My grandfather also passed away before I was born and his name was Vladas (Walter) Andrukaitis (dropping the "i" after the "r" at some point) and ironically, we changed our last name when I was a young child from Andrukaitis to Andrews. My great grandfather's name was Antanas (Anthony) Andrukaitis also. He was born in Lithuania in 1863. I don't believe he came to the USA with his son, Vladas - my grandfather. At any rate, just wanted to share my similar story with you. Best wishes. (Ms). Blake (Andrukaitis) Andrews.

Added by Blake Andrews on Feb 07, 2015 4:14 PM
Rev. Cory M.
Reply
You Wrote:

"Hi, I saw you added a memorial for Katherine Andrews recently. She was my aunt
and I was wondering if you knew her. Thanks for adding a memorial for her.

John"


Sorry John, I did not personally know her but if she is your aunt I would be pleased to transfer management to you. Family should be with family =). Let me know if would like to take over.

Rev. Cory
Added by Rev. Cory M. on Apr 30, 2012 5:16 PM
New York Historian
RE: Many thanks
Your quite welcome. Keep in touch if you have any other requests.
Added by New York Historian on Apr 26, 2012 7:35 AM
 

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