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Klykoliai

Siauliai uzed

Lithuania

Klykoliai area
Klykoliai area - 2000



Location


Location:  56°22' N 22°50' E.
Other names: Klykoliai [Lith], Klikol [Yid], Klikl [Yid], Klikoli [Rus], Klikole [Pol], Klikul, Klykuolių, Klikolyay, Russian: Кликоли, Yiddish:  קליקל.
Population:  Jewish population in 1900  ± 600.
Nearest major cities:  151miles (244 km) NW of Vilnius; 35 miles NNW of Šiauliai (Shavl); 19 miles E of Mažeikiai, on the Latvian border.
35 miles NNW of Šiauliai (Shavl), 19 miles E of Mažeikiai on the Latvian border on the Vaidakste River about 5 kilometers north of Naujoje-Akmjane in Lithuania and about 10 kilometers south of Auce, Latvia. 1900 Jewish location: about 600. Słownik Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego (1880-1902), IV, p. 145: "Klikole".
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Maps

Google Map of Klykoliai, Lithuania
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Baltics: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania 1882



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Pictures

  Klykoliai Cemetery pictures, click here.

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JewishGen Databases

JewishGen Communities Database and JewishGen Gazetteer.
Search the JewishGen Lithuania Database.
Search the JewishGen Family Finder for others researching families from Klykoliai.

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LitvakSIG Databases

Discover the JewishGen LitvakSIG Special Interest Group.
Search the All Lithuanian Database (ALD) at the LitvakSIG site. Click here.
See more about Klykoliai at the LitvakSIG Shtetl Database.
Discover LitvakSIG.org is the primary internet resource for Lithuanian-Jewish ("Litvak") genealogy research worldwide.
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Links 

Internet  Links from the LitvakSIG website.

You will find other Lithuanian shtetls by clicking on the Shtetlinks logo.     KhelaLinks.Jewishgen.org
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Compiled by Richard Kurshan
Last updated 23 February 2015
Copyright © 2009 Richard Kurshan
Contact information: rmkurshan@gmail.com

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