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March 29th, 2004 at 11:09 pm

There’s only one ‘I’ in Lubinskas

I just found out that there are people in this world who spell my surname not LIUB but LUB - crazy. All these years I have had my name miss spelled, and now I find out that some people actually spell it that way.

http://www.google.com.au/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=l ubinskas

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Some of them look to be big political figures in the USA. See page two for the article on Swartzenegger.


  • 1

    hey hey —who writes about this Lubinskas name and its spelling?

    Please e-mail me Wl

    Wlss on August 13th, 2004
  • 2

    Actually there are several different spellings of Lubinskas. The “Liub….” form is the original spelling in Lithuania. It was “Americanized” several different ways when people came through Ellis Island. Even people with the name “Lubinski” or “Lubinskas” could have been people who’s original spelling from the old country was “Liubinskas”. For whatever reason many people just automatically pronounce my name as “Lubinski” even when they’re looking right at it. I’m used to it after many years of hearing it.

    Frank E. Lubinskas on November 5th, 2004
  • 3

    When in Lithuania Look up any Lubinskas

    wlss on January 5th, 2005
  • 4

    Hello there. I am a Lubinskas from Sacramento, CA. I wanted to see how many of us there were.

    Christa on July 21st, 2006
  • 5

    Hi Christa, in Australia there about 20 Liubinskas’ with an ‘i’.

    I went through Sacremento on the way to Tahoe this year! :-)

    Mick on July 21st, 2006
  • 6

    Hey Christina! I’m so happy to hear there are more out there. How many do you know in the states??

    Ry on July 21st, 2006
  • 7

    I would love to get to know more of the Lubinskas family. My email address is christa_in_sacramento@yahoo.com and myspace.com/916christa if anybody is interested.

    Christa on January 8th, 2007
  • 8

    There are a few of Lubinskas’ here on the US East Coast. I’m in Virginia and have brothers in Mississippi, Washington DC; and other family members in Connecticut.
    Wow…Australia! My brother, Jeff, recently visited Australia…he’s in the US Navy.

    Peter Lubinskas on August 4th, 2007
  • 9

    Hey Peter Lubinskas, I think I know your brother Jeff doe he have a boy named Joey? We’ve been trying to get ahold of him, so if it’s the same jeff and u could give me a contact to get ahold of him I would really appreciate it. My husband was on the same ship with him in the Navy and they were good friends.

    Becky on January 25th, 2008
  • 10

    Wow, I wonder when the ‘i’ got dropped. I guess it’s a bit easier to spell.

    admin on January 26th, 2008
  • 11

    liubinskas’ are cool.
    im the coolest but :)

    Kodi on February 3rd, 2008
  • 12

    I am looking for the Lubinskas family that used to live in Daisy St Fairy meadow and then moved to Mt Prichard in the early 60s and Mick became a famous footy player in Australia

    audrey bateson ne stienstra on October 24th, 2008
  • 13

    You have the right family Audrey. His surname is spelt Liubinskas. He is my uncle. How did you know him?

    Ryan on October 27th, 2008
  • 14

    Any other “Lubinskas” now living in Florida?

    Frank Lubinskas

    Frank E. Lubinskas on February 2nd, 2009
  • 15

    I’m looking for information on a man from Lithuania named Ernie Lubinskas who served with my Dad in the US Army in World War 2. (His name is mis-spelled on my dad’s website as Lumbinsksas). Ernie was the gunner in their half-track and my dad was one of the loaders. Both my Dad and Ernie were wounded on April 12, 1945. Ernie was severely wounded and may have died from his wounds. Ernie’s name doesn’t show up in the casualty lists from my Dad’s unit. We think this is because Ernie may have enlisted under an assumed name, due to some immigration difficulties. (Ernie came to the U.S. right after the Soviets invaded Lithuania in 1940.) We think Ernie may have enlisted from Pennsylvania. Any information about Ernie would be greatly appreciated.


    Bill Phillips on May 8th, 2011


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