Mackiškės, Lithuania
53°49'N  25°10'E

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compiled from the sources below by Ellen Sadove Renck

Mackiszki: see Woronowo

and the villages of Poleckiszki*/ PoletskishkiI/Paljackiski/PoleckiszkiI/Polyatskishki at 54º11 25º11, Butrymance, Kozakowszczyzna, Narkuszki, Rakliszki Nowe, Rudnia
and the estates and hamlets of Alfantowo, Horodno, Huta, Natalinek, Porojsc, Rakliszki Stare

In 1928, Mackiszki was designated as a kolonja (colony) & gmina (town) and seat of the community council for the surrounding villages in the First Uchastok, Lida powiat, Nowogrodskie voevodstvo of Poland. The Justice of the Peace was in Ejsyszki and the Justice Court in Wilno. The 1928 population was 89. The railway station was nine kilometers away (train stop for limited transports) in Woronowo II. The post office was in Woronowo and telephone and telegraph were in Lida. Mackiszki had "poleckiszki" [meaning unknown], brickworks, and mills.

*Poleckiszki may have been the seat of the community council.

Butrymance/Butrimantsy/Butrimonis/Butrimonys/Novyye Raklishki/Rakliskes Naujos/Rakliskes Naujosiosat 5415 2509: see Mackiszki

Butrymance: village in administrative district Lida, has wooden Catholic church dedicated to St. Michael erected by Baron Schrotter, church is subject of parish in Bieniakonie. It's not Butrymantsy, Lithuania.
[translation by Jan Sekta]

NOTE: There is a Butrimonis in Lithuania, between Alytus and Vilnius. That is a different, larger place!

Strel'tsy/Strielciai/Sauliai at 5416 2510: see Butrimonys

Ksiega Adresowa Handlowa, Warszawa Bydgoszcz 1929
Slownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego

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