|Relationship||Family/ Pre-Marriage Name||First Name||Father’s Name||Mother’s Name||Occupation or Nickname||Place of birth/ Residence||Age or birth date||Place and date of death|
|Wife||Glago||Sheva Leah||Housewife||Shkud||50||Alka Hill|
|Daughter||Glago||Chana||Leib||Sheva Leah||Shkud||20||Alka Hill|
|Daughter||Glago||Leib||Sheva Leah||Shkud||18||Alka Hill|
|Son||Glago||Yosef||Leib||Sheva Leah||Studied a trade||Shkud||17||Shkud|
|Son||Glago||Leib||Sheva Leah||Student||Shkud||13||Alka Hill|
|Husband||Glago||Netanel||There were 7 children, married daughters||Butcher||Shkud||60||Shkud, July 1941|
According to Shaf-Brener, Leib Glago and his wife Sheva Leah had five children: two daughters, Chana and one whose name is not given; and three sons, Yosef and two whose names are not given. Leib Glago was a butcher. Netanel Glago and his wife Sarah had seven married daughters and a son, Hirsh.
According to JewishGen’s Lithuania Directories database, Marcus Glago of Skuodas survived the Holocaust. The Tax and Voters List lists Itsik, Leyb, and Markus Glago (variously spelled), but their relationships to each other are not specified. The 1897 census database is more informative: according to that database, Markus Glago, at that time 49 years old, had three sons: Moshe-Aron (20), Shanel (17), and Leib (15). Thus Leib and Netanel/Shanel were brothers, and we can add a third brother, Moshe-Aron, to the chart above.
According to JewishGen’s Lithuania Marriages database, Mausha Aron Glago and his wife Malke had a daughter, Braine, who married Hirsh Itsik Tsimbler in 1936. Netanel/Shanel and his wife Sarah (nee Richkind) had three married daughters: Braine (married Elias Michel Mines [my father’s cousin]); Freide Mere (married Mausha Yankelovich); and Minde (married Bentsel Yankelovich). Another son, Akiva, died age 9 in 1922. I could find no information on Leib Glago.
Yad Vashem has no listings for the Glago family of Skuodas.