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Liudvikas Jakavičius (22 June 1871 – 20 August 1941) was a writer, journalist, publisher, theatre director, banker and nobleman. He was born in Akmene (Lithuania) and died in Anyksciai (Lithuania). He was married to Honorata Grimalauskaitė-Jakavičienė, a Lithuanian – Polish noblewoman and public figure.

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  • Liudvikas Jakavičius (22 June 1871 – 20 August 1941) was a writer, journalist, publisher, theatre director, banker and nobleman. He was born in Akmene (Lithuania) and died in Anyksciai (Lithuania). He was married to Honorata Grimalauskaitė-Jakavičienė, a Lithuanian – Polish noblewoman and public figure.
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  • Liudvikas Jakavičius (22 June 1871 – 20 August 1941) was a writer, journalist, publisher, theatre director, banker and nobleman. He was born in Akmene (Lithuania) and died in Anyksciai (Lithuania). He was married to Honorata Grimalauskaitė-Jakavičienė, a Lithuanian – Polish noblewoman and public figure. Honorata's father, Juozas Grimalauskas, was a wealthy Lithuanian – Polish Duke and Count close to the Drucki – Lubecki Dynasty, Royal Family of the old Princedom of Druckiai (Belarus), political family of the Lithuanian Royal Family (House of Gediminas), political family of the Polish-Lithuanian Royal Family (House of Jagiellon) and founders of the National Bank of Poland. Liudvikas and Honorata had five children (Gražina; Liudas; Donatas Bronislovas, Juozas and Artūras) all of which were artists devoted to music and theatre. His eldest son was Liudas Jakavičius-Grimalauskas, President of the Siauliai Drama Theatre, composer of the first Lithuanian tango (Sutemos tango) and a famous pianist, disciple of the world famous Russian musician Dmitry Kabalevsky. His only daughter was the actress Gražina Jakavičiūtė-Grimalauskaitė Šaltenienė, remembered by her performances at the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre. His son Donatas Bronislovas Jakavičius – Grimalauskas was a brilliant violinist who delighted with his Stradivarius in the best orchestras in the world, including Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Orchestra, Kaunas Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (considered as the best symphony orchestra in the world), Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and Venezuela National Symphony Orchestra.
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  • Akmene, Lithuania
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  • (Liudvikas Jakavičius – Lietuvanis in 1938)
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  • Gražina Jakavičiūtė-Grimalauskaitė Šaltenienė, Liudas Jakavičius-Grimalauskas and Donatas Bronislovas Jakavičius-Grimalauskas
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  • Liudvikas Jakavičius
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  • Banker, journalist, writer, publisher, theatre director and actor
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  • Honorata Grimalauskaitė-Jakavičienė
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