"One of my mother's maternal ancestor married a Pacesa (no other info about him). It was around 1900.
My great-grandmother was Azota Urenskene (maiden name) born in Marijampole. Pacesa was her 3rd husband; a Merhevicius was her 2nd;…"
I think we were discussing that over emails)
I hope I'm flying to Lithuania in the end of July for a week or two, hope to do a bit of research in old cemetery of Sasnava village. My aunt suggested there should be old graves of…"
I too am researching the Pacesa pavarde. The Pacesa ancestor line I am interested in lived in Padovinys, east of Marijampole. The parents were Jonas Pacesa and Petronele/Petrone Senkute…"
Hi all,Would anyone have any information about Pacesa (Pačėsa) family in Sasnava district, Marijampole area (Sasnavos valsčius, Marijampolė)? Timeframe would be end of 19th - first half of 20th century?Thanks in advance.RegardsSigitasSee More
A kind of 'digital library' and 'strategy center' for those tracing ancestries in and from present-day Lithuania. I've created Discussion forums based on geographies, as this is the only part of GW where you can reply to each other! Here's a quick jump to all the discussion forums, otherwise, scroll through all the resources until you get to them.See More