Re: [Vistytis] Re: My Vistytis Connection
- Nothing at all starting SAT or ZAT...not sure what other variants there may
I have no hard documentation of Jokubas being a Jew, just family
hearsay. Jokubas was known to be a Jew by several different family
sources. Did you happen to find any variations of Satula? The reason
I ask is that I found Jokubas and Ieve in the 1920 census under the
name Sataulis, at least I think it was them. Their ages, location,
immigration dates, and given names matched. The only exception was
that their surname was spelled Sataulis instead of Satula.
- I am trying to contact Eric or Sherry about this family and we would really like some help, I am working with Antanas (Tony) Satula who is the Grandson of Jokubas
--- In Vistytis@yahoogroups.com, "Sherry Landa" <sherry.landa@...> wrote:
> Eric, what dates are you talking about with these people?
> Best Wishes,
> Sherry Landa (in Salford LAN England)
> My great-grandfather, Jurgis
> Satula, was a Lithuanian immigrant born in Vistytis. My great-
> grandmother, Elsbiete Vavigaite, whom Jurgis met and married in
> America, was from Marijampole.
> Jurgis's parents (my great-great-grandparents) were Jokubas Satula
> and Jeva Arnauskaite, both from Vistytis. Jeva was the daughter of
> James Arnauskas and Madalen Reinentas. Jokubas was a Lithuanian Jew.
> His parents were Tomas Satula and Anna Galinskas.
- Sherry,Thanks for getting back to me, please contact me off group, no need to anything to this thread nowjbarlow5 at aol dot com