On Friday July 06 2018, Anna Kwederovitch from Great Britain left the following message for Albert Jurciukonis:
"Hi, I believe we may be related. My great grandfather's name was Elias, his wife's name was Annie Rasones. Elias came to England with several siblings, one brother was called Juzas (George) he left England 21 July 1904 from Glasgow to New York. My Great Grandfather Elias stayed in London and his wife and he had 8 children 2 died. There iare so many missing links, I have DNA on my heritage site with the spelling of name Kwederowicz it amazed me 31.9% Balkan 28% Baltic as well as Iberian, please contact me with any information. Yours Sincerely, Anna Kwederovitch / Kuderovitch / Kwederowicz"
On Saturday July 15 2017, Lana Chukonis (Jurciukonis) from United States left the following message for Darius Jurciukonis:
"Hello, My name is Lana Chukonis. My family's original last name was Jurciukonis. My great grandfather was Karolus/Charles Jurciukonis whom came over from Lithuania around 1880-1895. He married a woman by the name of Francis Sylvainus. Francis was also from Lithuania. I am looking for anyone who maybe related to Karolus/Charles Jurciukonis. We know he had brothers and maybe a sister but we do not know if they all came over together or around the same time. If you or anyone knows anything about him or has any information it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time and have a wonderful day. Lana Chukonis"
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On Friday July 06 2018, Anna Kwederovitch from Great Britain left the following message for Jane Jurciukonis:
"Hi, I am the grandaughter of Athony Kwederovich, my great grandfather's name was Elias Kwederovitch he was married to Annie Rasones. I believe they came to England around 1887 with Elias's siblings, all but Elias and Annie left for America. Juzas (George) departed 21 July 1904 from Glasgow to New York. I believe we may be related. I have done a DNA on my heritage site with the name Anna Kwederowicz thinking this spelling may be correct? I was surprised at my DNA results 31.9% Balkan 28. 8% Baltic? Iberian? I would be most grateful if you could fill in my missing links, I kinda feel I have missed out on a very important part of my culture not knowing fully where my ancestors came from. Yours sincerely, Anna Kuderovitch/ Kwederovitch"