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Aleksandravo k.

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Posted 2011-05-08 22:58 (#84249 - in reply to #84248)
Subject: RE: Aleksandravo k.


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Location: Barton Upon Humber
MST - 2011-05-08 20:02

Thanks Linas,

I have found it on this list so the village did exist in the Pajevony district at some time. My guess is that like Egliniskiai, it was bombed during WW1.

Just as a matter of interest was Simas Albaitis a forest brother?

Thank you

Kind regards


Pajevonio apylinkė
• Aleksandravas, k.
• Ančlaukys, k.
• Aspertavas, k.
• Balandėliai, k.
• Būdviečiai, k.
• Dabravolė, k.
• Egliniškiai, k.
• Ėglupiai, k.
• Gudeliai, k.
• Gužučiai, k.
• Ivanovka, k.
• Jakiškiai, k.
• Kairiai, k.
• Karalkrėslis, k.
• Karklupėnai, k.
• Kylininkai, k.
• Klėtkininkai, k.
• Kumečiai, k.
• Kunigiškiai, k.
• Liubiškiai, k.
• Mėšliniai, k.
• Navadolė, k.
• Pajevonys, k.
• Purviniškiai, k.
• Ragaišiai, k.
• Santara, kd.
• Sodėnai, k.
• Stolaukėlis, k.
• Stolaukis, k.
• Svėriai, k.
• Šukiai, k.
• Torieliškiai, k.
• Trilaukys, k.
• Užbaliai, k.
• Užupiai, k.
• Vaišniai, k.
• Vaišvilai, k.
• Vasiliavas, k.


If you click Pajevonio valscius 1950 it says that according to 1923 census Aleksandravas had 7 farms and 42 inhabitants. Not a lot, perhaps became extinct because of natural causes. You see Lithuanian countryside being depopulated quite rapidly, every time I drive around I see more and more abandoned farmsteads. A lot of old poeple remain there, younger ones prefer urban life or UK

Simas Albaitis - information you provided says he was in the armed forces during independence wars of 1919 to 1921 and was decorated with Vytis cross. One of the links tells he was in Polish captivity. Doesn't say anything about his activites during WW2. Is that relative of yours?
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