a VirtualTourist member from Brooklyn
Information that may not be accurate says that my paternal grandfather changed his name from Frank Luleis to Frank Lulevitch when he arrived in America in 1895.
Our family has been unclear about the name Luleis, or it could be spelled Lulies.
Any information anyone may have will be greatly appreciated.
Your family name can be Liulys. look there:
Thank you for the web site address telefonai.takas.lt/index.php...
but it doesnt open as is.
I have tried variations of it without success. Could you please confirm that it works for you and let me lnow? I am sincerely grateful for your suggestion and appreciate your time in answering my query.
Sorry, the address is fine I have been successful opening it.
Yes, Liulys sounds more Lithuanian... liuleti have relation with words to wave or a quagmire
Try to put an add in the magazine "Atleisk". The magazine is not only about dating but also has a long tradition for looking for relatives. Also you could write to the archive in Vilnius if you know where your grandpa came from and had a birth date etc. They will check your letter and if they think they can help, you have to pay a fee and when they find something you then pay per page of findings.
Alternatively, you could just travel to the village and ask around or write the church there.
Thank you for your help.Sorry it tookso long to reply.I will check this site more often fromnow on.
Thank you very much for the information you provided. Sorry it took so long to thank you. I will check this site more frequently fromnow on.
The TV show isn't called atleisk anymore, it's called Nepriklausoma Paieškų Tarnyba. Anyway, good luck