"Richie C Sorry it has taken me this long to thank you for your reply to my message I left! I have tried with not much success to find any more online for that family! What do you mean in your post "immigration manifest"?…"
Lithuanian doesn't use the letter "w", so the name is likely Povilaitis and that is a pretty common name. Alternatively, they might identify as Polish and ergo the more polonized spellings. As best I can discern from…"
"A family connection for me is a Bernard Pajaujis, who sometimes spelled his name Peowie and Powie. These are not blood relatives of mine, but do have an interesting (though convoluted) connection to my family. This branch went to Pennsylvania.
"MARCUIS & KASIMIRA PAWELAITIS sons: Pietr arrived to the USA in 1910 Anton arrived to the USA in 1913 Any information would be very helpful!" Note: Last name could be Powilaitis Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!See More
"MAK keep in touch I can not find where we are related but some of the family did use different spellings and seems like all my family used STILLE and ended up with STILLEY but I will keep your information in with my file incase I find…"
"WHITE family of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. My line was found on the 1880 Pennsylvania Census. Jacob Brubaker WHITE b. Jan 31, 1832 d. Dec 23, 1900 he was married March 7, 1861 to Christianna ANDERSON b. April 4, 1840 d. Aplril 24,…"
"My connection to the Stille/STILLEY family is thru Olof Stille imigrating from Sweden in th e1640s and settling near what is now Philadelphia. His descendant Jacob Stilley settled near Pittsburgh during the Revolutionary era. He…"
"MAK I would be happy to compare Stille/STILLEY lines with you! You can catch me in the chatroom thru the week! Please come over and look me up! Olof Stille immigrated from Sweden in the 1640s and settled near what is now…"