In this section we provide links to historical facts and copies of historical documents related to the Noble Blinstrub family and used on the site. Documents are mostly written in polish and russian. The list will be constantly updated. Tables can be sorted by clicking on the column name.

Lithuanian State Historical Archive

IDDateNameFondInventoryCaseDoc. No.Pages
D0011886.08.04Family tree of Blinstrubs blazon Swan3918256587-88
D0021866.04.25Family tree of Blinstrubs of Chrzczon blazon Wręby3918256585-86
D0031827.00.00Blinstrub family description in the manuscript of Jan Piotr Dworzecki-Bohdanowicz heraldry Herbarz Litewski written in 1827-18403919278230
D0041841.07.17Nobility legislation act of ID539 Joseph Peter Blinstrub including information about his father and grandfather as well as aquisition dates of Pužai Gabšiai-Paklaniai and Dapšioniai manors3917990181-182
D0051702.04.20Sale act of Babtai (Bopty) manor between Upyte Marshal and the Sasiai county elder George Melchior Blinstrub of Towtwil (S62) with wife Elena Puzynianka Blinstrubiene of Kozelski and John Prozor11198158-161
D0061857.01.17Legislation case of Ukmergė district Blinstrubs7082678
D0081786.03.10 Ownership act confirming that ID1 Joseph, Peter and Bartoholomeus took ower ownership of Pužai Legotiškiai alias Pabalčiai estate 2841112479
D0091796.02.01Donation act and testament of Gabšiai manor of ID14 Joseph284114781-83
D0101789.02.16Sale act of John Marcinkevičius where he's selling different things to Joseph Blinstrub, Kaunas treasurer2841139172-173
D0111659.06.24S17 Samuel Mosis pledges Ariogala Chechov manor to Stanley Jablonski for 2500 zloty.284119674-676
D0311816.08.00Census of Raseiniai nobility of 1816. John ID16 and Joseph ID17 from Macaliai with wives are listed.515154732080 3436
D0321798.04.10 First record of legitimization of status of nobility in Vilnius Governorate’s noblemen’s deputies council3918244324
D0331835.06.04 Record of further legitimization of status of nobility in Vilnius Governorate’s noblemen’s deputies council391965
D0341900.03.18ID351 Vincenta Jakubauskaitė, widow of ID137 Stanley Blinstrub case of guardianship of their children after death of father and property70823804
D0351881.07.151881-1904 census of noble families of Ukmergė district, contains descriptions of Blinstrubs ID53-57, 59, 65, 89-90 and their families7082845123-142

National Library of Lithuania

IDDateNameFondInventoryCaseDoc. No.Pages
D0211639.00.00List of Kulva Blinstrubs items remaining in Kedainiai941499
D0221640.00.00Letter from Daniel Lakavičius authorizing Samuel Blinstrub to reclaim his land in Kulva from Jurgis Kulvinskis and Bartholomew Lakavičius941457
D0231643.05.27Summons to the Supreme Tribunal of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania for Peter Jerome and Jadwiga Mislinskaite Radziejewski in a case with Samuel and Ona Žaltyte Blinstrubs regarding outstanding debt941470
D0241643.07.31Act of Sale of Kulva Manor and Dijokiškės Village in Kaunas County to Samuel Blinstrub of Petras Jeronimas and Jadvyga Kulvinskienė Radziejevski and her son Vaitiekus Kulvinskis 941471
D0251645.11.30Summons to Stanislovas Kulwinski a nobleman of Kaunas County, in a case with Samuel Blinstrub regarding the payment of the Wallachian tax by S. Kulwinski for the village of Ciudai of Kulva Manor941477
D0261651.07.09Letters from Kaunas county tax collectors Jonas Mingaila and Stephen Koplevski confirming paid taxes of Lithuanian Grand Duchy armee from Diakiškė, Bartoniai and Vilchatov villages of Kulva Manor of Samuel Blinstrub941492
D0271653.07.10S17 Complaint by Samuel Moses Blinstrub to Kaunas County Land Court against Stanislovas Teklinski and Stanislovas Cersky, who rob him and escaped941493
D0281655.06.01Letter from Jonas Volodkovich notes that he bought back village of Drąseikiai in Kulva Kaunas county, pledged to Samuel Blinstrub by his mother Catherine Naruševičiūtė Volodkovičienė941497
D0291656.12.21Receipt of Nemunaitis elder Theodore Alexander Lackis of borrowing 300 Polish zloty from Samuel and Catherine Galmontaitė Blinstrubs941500
D0301657.05.03Bond of Plemberg elder Adam Jusevich and other nobility confirming borrowed 540 zloty to Samuel Blinstrub941501
D0361659.10.28Receipt of Nemunaitis and Rodūnė Elder Theodore Alexander Lackis from Samuel and Catherine Galmontaitė Blinstrubs borrowing 100 Polish zloty941503
D0371660.07.11Report of Samuel Blinstrub, a nobleman of Kaunas county, about peasants escaped from Kulva manor in Kaunas county941504
D0381662.03.25Letter from the Samogitian Duchy Court to Stanislov Jablonski in a case with Samuel Blinstrub of Kulva concerning denial of the pledge of Chechov manor in Ariogala district.941506
D0391662.08.26Letter from Samuel Moses Blinstrub de Towtwil pledging to his wife, Catherine Galmantaite-Blinstrubiene Kulva Manor and Dijokiškė folwark in Kaunas county for 20000 polish zloty.941508
D0401667.08.02Letter from George Kulwinski and his wife Elena Kulwinska that they sell the farms of Kulva Manor Jurkovszczyzna, Michniovszczyzna, Kazluszczyzna to Samuel Blinstrub941513
D0411670.05.26Letter from Kulva Manor noblemen Daniel Gelgud and Kristina Liutkevičiūtė-Gelgudienė selling to Kotryna Galmantaite-Blinstrubienė the Jonkučiai farm on Kulva manor for 500 zloty941516
D0421673.09.10Letter from Barbara Vendziagolskiene-Kulwinska, Stanley Šveikauskas and Darata Kulvietytė-Šveikauskienė selling her son's and brother's David Kulwinski land caled Koslovszczyzna in Kulva Manor to Samuel Blinstrub941521
D0431675.03.21Letter from Kėdainiai Evangelical Reformer Michael Minvydas to Moses Blinstrub in Kulva941523
D0441676.01.04Testament of Catherine Blinstrubiene-Galmantaitė, third wife of Samuel Blinstrub, in which she leaves manors of Kulva, Pajuostis and Čėkuva as well as other property to her children.941526
D0451679.00.00Letter from Royal Secretary Wladislaw Blinstrub de Towtwil promising Carl Blinstrub and his wife Elena Budrevičiūtė-Blinstrubienė of Kulva manor to approve the sale letter.941534
D0461680.00.00Letter from Samuel Blinstrub of Kulva to Karol Blinstrub for recognition of his military document941538
D0471680.03.04Receipt of Euphemia Blinstrubaitė Varlauskienė to Karl Blinstrub for taking 5000 Zloty left by her father Samuel Moses Blinstrub and waiving rights to Kulva, Pajuostis and Panevezys manors.941535
D0481681.11.04.Jonas and Konstantinas Podleckiai sale act of Kulva Manor in Kaunas County for 3300 zloty to Karl Blinstrub941539
D0491684.00.00Dividing act of the movable property and small belongings of the Kulva and Deltuva manors between brothers Theodore, Bogdan, Alexander, Carl, Wilhelm and sisters Catherine and Joanna Blinstrub, children of Samuel Moses Blinstrub941544
D0501684.12.05Confirmation letter from Carl, Samuel and Theodore Blinstrubs, sons of Samuel Blinstrub, thet they received rights to manor of Kulva Manor and it's farms941543
D0511685.00.00Letter from Captain Karol Tyman committing Vitebsk's vajski Carl Blinstrub to approve act of transfer of part of Kuchinski's house in Kaunas941546
D0521685.00.00Letter from Carl Blinstrub de Towtwil from Kulva Manor in Kaunas County pledging Valius Mikaitis, a serf of Bosiai village of Kulva Manor with a family and a house for 300 zloty to Kaunas Secretary of State Adam Prozor941545
D0531686.00.00The asecuration and the letter of Carl Blinstrub, the owner of Kulva Manor, confirming the transfer of the serf Valius Mikaitis from Bešiai village to Adam Prozor, clerk of the Kaunas County Land Court for 37 zloty941549
D0541690.00.00Letter from Casimir Gongid and his wife, stating that he received 500 zloty from Carl Blinstrub, who had pledged the Gelgudowsczyzna or Jankuciai manor in Kulva land of Kaunas county941556
D0551691.09.30The complaint of Carl Blinstrub, owner of Kulva Manor against John and Michael Zebrovskies, residents of Ukmergė district, who robbed Carl Blinstrub serfs returning from Seta market941557
D0561691.10.30Letter from Carl Blinstrub of Vitebsk vajski pledging the estate of Kulva in Kaunas County for 7000 zloty to Michael Petrusevicius941558
D0571694.05.10Letter from the noblewoman Elizabeth Kulvietytė-Slaboševskienė of Ukmergė county, on paying to Carl Blinstrub her debt of her nephews according to her father's will from Žagaliai of Kulva manor in Kaunas county941560
D0581694.00.00Letters of John Kosakowski to Carl Blinstrub in Kulva manor941563
D0591694.05.10Kaunas vajski Michael Korf letter to Carl Blinstrub on taking back bail for 8 peasants of Kulva Manor, who he returns and assures to return his bail agreement941561
D0601695.05.02Letter from Charles Blinstrub and his wife Elizabeth Ruselyte-Blinstrubieen pledging to John Blinstrub and his wife Sophia Narbutaite-Blinstrubiene the folwark of the Kulva Manor Podleszczyzna for 500 zloty941564
D0611696.04.24Inventory of the Kulva Manor Podleszczyzna folwark, written by Carl Blinstrub and his wife Elizabeth Ruselyte Blinstrubiene when folwark was pledged to John Blinstrub941568
D0621696.05.23Mykolas Paplauskis receipt for borrowing 9 talers from Carl Blinstrub in Kulva manor941569
D0631697.04.23Letter from Carl Blinstrub and his wife Elizabeth Blinstrubiene pledging five serfs from Kulva Manor Jonkučiai village for 700 zloty to Baltazar Bilinski941571
D0641697.04.23Letter from Carl Blinstrub and Elizabeth Blinstrubiene, his wife, pledging to Anna Dulskiene the serf of the Kulva Manor, George Sultenis with his family for 300 talers941570
D0651698.04.23Vitebsk vajski Carl Blinstrub letters about pledge of servants of Kulva manor Jonkuciai and Bešiai villages to Kaunas judge John Kosakovskis941573
D0661699.00.00Receipt of Elizabeth Ruselyte-Blinstrubiene given to Theodore and John Blinstrub on returning to them 14000 zloty according to last will of dead husband Vitebsk vajski Calr Blinstrub941584
D0671699.05.02Summons to a court in the case of ID49 John and ID38 Theodore Blinstrubs against rittmeister John Russelis on the sum of 800 zloty941578
D0681699.07.18The case of Zigmantas Juškevičius and Rose Medekšaitė-Juškevičienė against Theodore Blinstrubas, guardian of the property of dead Carl Blinstrubas on 100 talers from Andrius Kulvytis for the Kulva manor Taurota meadow941582
D0691699.08.30Receipt of Andrius Radzevičius for taking various items left at Theodor Blinstrub in Kulva manor by rittmeister John Ruselis 941583
D0701701.02.02Letter to Upytė County obozny Theodore Blinstrub in Kulva941588
D0711701.11.28Letter from a court clerk to Bogdan Blinstrub from Kulva for taking murder charge for killing John Voicechovsky941591
D0721701.00.00Michael Blinstrub's Bond to Upytė obozny Theodore Blinstrub, for borrowed 54 zloty941592
D0731702.10.20The letter of Upytė County obozny Theodore Blinstrubas from Kulva, who borrowed 18 talers from Judge Joseph Budrevičius of Kėdainiai, pledges Maconupiai meadow in Kėdainiai district941594
D0741702.12.12Letter from John Vidzicki to Theodore Blinstrub to Kulva941595
D0751704.04.23Letter from Upytė County obozny Theodore Blinstrub, patron of John's and Moses, deceased brother's Carl children, that pledges peasants of Kulva Manor to Euphrosina Blinstrubaite-Prozoriene941598
D0761705.06.10Receipt of Paul Prozor to Upytė obozny Theodore Blinstrub from Kulva for borrowing 20 talers941600
D0771706.10.24Theodor Blinstrub from Kulva's complaint to Ukmergė eldership on Stephen and Stanislovas Šalkauskas that they had misappropriated the his sisters raids, imprisoned maid Darata and robbed Deltuva Manor941601
D0781707.06.18Letter from Puzin to Theodore Blinstrub, Upytė obozny941602
D0791708.01.27Letter from Alexander Warlowski to Theodore Blinstrub941605
D0801708.00.00Jon Kulwinski bond to Theodore Blinstrub from Kulva for borrowing 48 Zloty941608
D0811709.08.01Kulva manor inventory created by Theodore Blinstrub on lefting over the manor to deceased brother's Carl children Moses, Alexander, Bogdan and Carol Blinstrubs de Towtwil941611
D0821709.09.23Letter from Kaunas County Tax Treasury to Carl Blinstrub, keeper of the Kulva, Dijokiškės and Podleszczyzna manors, regarding the tax of one and a half dom.941612
D0831714.03.09Moses Blinstrub's ascension to Zigmantas Juskevicius and his wife Rose Medeksaitė-Juskeviciene confirming the execution of court decrees941621
D0841716.00.00Letter from Vitebsk vajski Moses Blinstrub, transferring to Jonas Dzievaltauskas estate of Kulva Manor Podleszczyzna folwark under the right of pledge the for 1000 talers941624
D0851717.11.10Letter from Anna Elizabeth Ruselytė-Šalkauskienė from Kulva that she borrowed from Moses Blinstrub's cereals and 5 zloty941625
D0861718.04.20Vitebsk butler Joseph Budrevich's bond to Moses Blinstrub for borrowing 250 silver talers, guaranteed by a brick house in Kėdainiai, Didžioji street941626
D0871718.09.10Abraham Leukovich's receipt for Moses Blinstrub from Kulva, borrowed 20 zloty941628
D0881718.00.00Jonas Dzievaltauskas Gintautas' receipt for Moses Blinstrub after borrowing 90 tymps941630
D0891720.09.02Kaunas County Court decree on summons to the Vitebsk vajski Moses Blinstrub of Kulva against Kaunas Bernardine Monastery for escaped serf941634
D0901720.00.00Letter from Moses Blinstrub to Bonaventur Pashkevich, Priest of Kaunas Franciscan Monastery941635
D0911721.05.12Vilnius Consistory Decree threatening Theodore and Carl Blinstrub, keepers of Kulva Manor, with excommunication for not paying John Parcevski's sums to the Vilnius branch941637
D0921722.06.16Letter from Konstantin Kazimierz Bzhostowski, Bishop of Vilnius on recalling excommunication for Carl and Moses Blinstrubs from Kulva, mediated by Skaruliai pastor Vladislovas Okmianskis941639
D0931722.09.30Narbut's letter to Moses Blinstrub941640
D0941724.02.07Letter from Kaunas County Seimas, according to the ruling of the Grand Duchy of the Treasury of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, to grant Moses Blinstrub of Kulva an additional dom fee for his work in the Grodno commission941641
D0951725.05.01Letter from Samuel Kociol transferring a 30 talers debt from Bogdan Blinstrub to Moses Blinstrub from Kulva941643
D0961728.07.13Letter from Stanislovas Prozoras, certifying that Carl Blinstrub, the keeper of Kulva Manor, paid for 2 pledged serfs of Jonkučiai village and that he returned the deposit for the Vincentiškė folwark941646
D0971728.11.21A receipt from Marianna Bobrova to Carl Blinstrub of Kulva for paying 20 zloty for the coffin of Bogdan Blinstrub 941647
D0981730.03.28George Blinstrub's note that he borrowed 70 zloty from Michael Blinstrub in Podleszczyzna941650
D0991730.05.06Summons to Kaunas District Court for Kulva-Jurkoniai manor owner Michael Blinstrub for non-payment of debt to Elena Šreiteryte-Dzievaltauskienė941652
D1001730.08.08Ukmergė County Court elder announcment to Moses Blinstrub that he will arrive to collect of the sentenced 2,000 talers to Elena Schreiteryte-Dzievaltauskiene from Podleszczyzna folwark941653

Vilnius University Library

IDDateNameFondInventoryCaseDoc. No.Pages
D0121617.02.28S11 Adam Blinstrub buys a quarter of the Viduklė manor from Stanley and John Vizgirdas for 80 graves.7ZZT622787243404-406
D0131617.03.21Testament of Martynas Blinstrubowicz, Stanley's son7ZZT622787390682
D0141617.05.26Jurgis Bilevičius complaint that S11 Adam Blinstrub, the son of Kaspar, scold at him in Raseiniai.7ZZT622787466730
D0151589.06.24Complaint of S3 Kaspar Blinstrub Alsiszki, that servant of George Vainiotas stole three horses of his sister Polonia Šimonaitienė Blinstrubaitė.7ZZT409682306375-376
D0161589.07.03S3 Kaspar Blinstrub Alsiszki complaint that judge George Vainiota demoslished the gate of his sister Polonia Blinstrubaitė Lauksėdis manor.7ZZT409682389301-302
D0171589.07.01Judgment in S3 Kaspar Blinstrub Alsiszki case against Bartholomew Paulavičius for beating 2 servants and stealing horses.7ZZT409682508477-478
D0181589.07.01Judgment in Kaspar Blinstrub Alsiszki case against Bartholomew Paulavičius concerning lands occupied by Bartholomew in Viduklė district near Butkiškė village.7ZZT409682512488-489
D0191590.04.01Sebastian Vaitkevičius pledges Pamedžiai manor lands to Kaspar Simon's son Alsiszki. The manor called Blinstrubs is mentioned in the document.7ZZT583444544536
D0201597.05.1S11 Adam Blinstrub, son of Kaspar, sells Nargelaičiai, near Ugionys, to George Baltrimavičius and his wife Elizabeth.7ZZT581117154324-325

Other sources

IDDateNameSourceFondInventoryCaseDoc. No.Pages
D0071923.04.09Joseph Blinstrub Australian naturalisation caseAustralia national archiveA112403