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  1. Petras Gedgaudas - Wikipedia

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    Petras Simonas Gedgaudas (Polish: Piotr Senko Giedygołdowicz; died in 1451) was a Lithuanian noble and diplomat. He briefly was a regent of Polotsk (equivalent to the later Voivode of Polotsk) in 1440, regent of Smolensk (Voivode of Smolensk) in 1447–1451, and castellan of Vilnius in 1451.

  2. Talk:Petras Gedgaudas - Wikipedia

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  3. Origin Of The Town – Šiluvos šventovė

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    Under Jurgis Gedgaudas’ governance in Būda village a manor started to emerge, which was later inherited by his son Petras Simonas Gedgaudas. This landlord became the founder of Šiluva church. The founding act of the Church, with the participation of witnesses and trustees, was signed and sealed in 1457, on a Sunday after St. Lambert ...

  4. Our Lady of Šiluva - Wikipedia

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    The establishment of a church in Šiluva was the initiative of a nobleman named Petras Gedgaudas who worked in the service of Vytautas the Great. Gedgaudas in 1457 allocated land and other resources for a temple in honor of our Lady. Gedgaudas built a church dedicated to the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Apostles SS.

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  5. Šiluva - Wikipedia

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    Šiluva was first mentioned in 1457 in relation to the building of the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Apostles Saint Peter and Saint Bartholomew by the Lithuanian noble Petras Gedgaudas.

  6. Gedgaudai – Vikipedija

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    Žemaičių didikas Petras Gedgaudas 1441 m., po žemaičių sukilimo prieš Lietuvos didijį kunigaikštį, abiejų pusių sutarimu trumpai buvo Žemaitijos, 1446–1453 – Skirsnemunės seniūnas. Vėliau Gedgaudai didesnio vaidmens Lietuvos valstybėje nebevaidino.

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  7. Jurgis Gedgaudas – Vikipedija

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    Jurgis Gedgaudas (m.1435 m.) – Lietuvos Didžiosios kunigaikštystės valstybės veikėjas, Vilniaus vaivada, Gedgaudų bajorų giminės pradininkas. Biografija. Gedgaudas buvo Lietuvos didžiojo kunigaikščio Vytauto bendražygio Gailigino arba Mantvydo sūnus.

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  8. The Most Complete List of Marian Apparitions - Daily Rosary ...

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    May 18, 2019 · In 1457, a Lithuanian nobleman named Petras Gedgaudas generously donated some land to build a temple in honor of the Blessed Mother. He built a church dedicated to the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin and Ss. Peter and Bartholomew. The faithful immediately flocked to celebrate the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin.

  9. Our Lady of Šiluva - Local Business | Facebook

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    According to legend, the miraculous icon was brought to Siluva from Rome in 1457 as a gift to Lithuanian nobleman Petras Gedgaudas. The new church gained fame as a Marian shrine.</p> 35 likes

  10. Gedgaudas (Giedgaudas) Petras

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    Petras Gedgaudas augo Kretingoje, J. Basanavičiaus g., mokėsi Pranciškonų gimnazijoje, grojo klarnetu jos orkestre [2]. Matydamas, kad dauguma Kretingos šviesuomenės – mokytojai, kunigai – buvo pranciškonai, panoro sekti jų pėdomis, įstojo į Pranciškonų ordiną, 1938–1939 m.