The pastor of the Marijampole Lutheran Church graciously showed me a folder of genealogical information 18 researchers have sent him over the years. The following incomplete information was compiled from the very brief time I had access to the folder.
The following data is incomplete and has been transcribed from notes hurriedly taken. I made the decision to list names, places, and dates as accurately as I could, but was not able to add any additional information. Some families were very detailed; some were very brief. Some were typed; some were hand-written notes; and some were copies of original documents. If you see a duplicate name, that is because the name appeared on more than one record.
I have seen some of these names on microfilmed records and a few others on markers and crosses in the old German cemeteries we visited.
Here are the first six families. Families 7-18 will appear in teh next two posts.
Family 1: Adamas Lingertaitis 1794 – 1864 11 22
Katryna Brazaityte Marijampole
Jurgis Georg Kalau
Note: All submitted information was supported by copies and microfilmed Polish and Russian records. (Probably from LDS in Salt Lake City.)
Family 2: Karolis Blumas (Karl Blum) and Mariona Naujonaite (Marianna Naujek)
Birth of Alena 1913
Christian Adonat Mariampole
George Adonat and Luise geb. Eike
Adolf Adamait Kristian Adamait
Helene Gerulat Karoline Getz
Family 3: Ludwig Robert Weiss
Olga Emila Rautezyte
Friedrich Veisas (ver???) Marijampole
Aughuste Gundermann Pr??? Zermanaite
Karl Ranter Marijampole 1940
Family 4: Simon Fuchs 1657 + 1735
Hofmann und Kammerer
Reg. Bez. Graswischkem
Family 5: Mariana Schnell
Family 6: Helenea Preuss 1922 confirmation
Auguste geb. Lehrmann
Vilkavisk Sep 1940
Pauline Krutschke Wylkowiszki
Johann Bognslow/Gottlieb Lehmann
Ameli geb. Weissman
Adolf Lange Marijampole
Auguste Gottlieb Lehmann