Two young daughters of Mathäus Spurgat and Minna Keller lived and died here: Augusta Spurgat was born in 1872 and died here in 1873; Emilia was born in 1867 and died in 1873.
With our last few hours approaching, we still had four villages to go to complete our list of 23.
The village sign was missing on the north side of Gudele/Gudeliai we entered. Only after driving through the village did we discover the village sign at the east end that confirmed the correct location. Gudele/Gudeliai turned out to be a collection of private homes apparently built during the Soviet occupation. There were not a large number of apparent farms, but we did see fields of sugar beets, wheat, rye, and a few cows chained to iron posts. It has the appearance of Oszurty, and I wondered whether it too had suffered a similar fate which erased all trace of occupants before 1944.