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The Non-Sovereign Princely
and Ducal Houses of Europe
Volume III - GI

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Princely House of Galitzine
House of Galitzine

The Golitsyns (Russian: Голи́цын), also commonly known as Galitzines, are one of the largest and noblest princely houses of Russia. Among many alternate spellings are Golitsin(a), Galitzin(a), Galytzin(a), and Galitsin(a). Since the extinction of the Korecki family in the 17th century, the Golitsyns have claimed dynastic seniority in the House of Gediminas. The members of this family bear the title Prince or Princess Galitzine, except as otherwise noted.

The family descends from Yury Patrikeyevich, a Lithuanian prince who emigrated to the court of Vasily I and married his sister. His children and grandchildren, such as Vassian Patrikeyev, were considered premier Russian boyars. One of them, Prince Mikhail Bulgakov, was nicknamed Galitsa for an iron glove he wore in the Battle of Orsha (1514). His great grandson Prince Vasily Golitsyn (+1619) was active during the Time of Troubles and went as an ambassador to Poland to offer the Russian crown to Prince Wladislaw.

Prince Vasily Vasilyevich (1643-1714) was probably the greatest Russian statesman of the 17th century. He spent his early days at the court of Tsar Alexius where he gradually rose to the rank of boyar. In 1676 he was sent to Ukraine to keep in order the Crimean Tatars and took part in the Chigirin campaign. Personal experience of the inconveniences and dangers of the prevailing system of preferment; the so-called mestnichestvo, or rank priority, which had paralysed the Russian armies for centuries, induced him to propose its abolition, which was accomplished by Tsar Feodor III in 1678.
Prince Vasily Galitzine

The May revolution of 1682 placed Galitzine at the head of the Posolsky Prikaz, or ministry of foreign affairs, and during the regency of Sophia, sister of Peter the Great, whose intimate friend he became, he was the principal minister of state (1682-1689) and keeper of the great seal, a title bestowed upon only two Russians before him, Afanasy Ordin-Nashchokin and Artamon Matveev. In home affairs his influence was insignificant, but his foreign policy was distinguished by the Treaty of Nerchinsk (1689), which set the Russo-Chinese border north of the Amur River, and by the peace with Poland (1683), whereby Russia at last recovered Kiev. By the terms of the same treaty, he acceded to the grand league against the Porte, but his two expeditions against the Crimea (Crimean campaigns of 1687 and 1689) were unsuccessful and made him extremely unpopular.

Only with the utmost difficulty could Sophia get the young tsar Peter to decorate the defeated commander-in-chief as if he had returned a victor. In the civil war between Sophia and Peter (August-September 1689), Galitzine half-heartedly supported his mistress and shared her ruin. His life was spared owing to the supplications of his cousin Boris, but he was deprived of his boyardom, his estates were confiscated and he was banished successively to Kargopol, Mezen and Kholmogory, where he died on 21 April, 1714.

Galitzine was unusually well educated. He was a great friend of foreigners, who generally alluded to him as the great Galitzine. He expounded to them some drastic reform measures, such as the abolition of serfdom, the promotion of religious toleration, and the development of industrial enterprises. As Galitzine was eager to avoid all forms of violence and repression, his program was more cautious and realistic than that of Peter the Great. Political upheavals prevented him from executing any of these plans.

Vasily's political adversary was his cousin Prince Boris Alexeevich (1654-1714), a court Chamberlain since 1676. He was the young tsar Peter's chief supporter when, in 1689, Peter resisted the usurpations of his elder sister Sophia, and the head of the loyal council which assembled at the Trinity monastery during the crisis of the struggle. It was Galitzine who suggested taking refuge in that strong fortress and won over the boyars of the opposite party.

In 1690 he was created a boyar and shared with Lev Naryshkin, Peter's uncle, the conduct of home affairs. After the death of the tsaritsa Natalia, Peter's mother, in 1694, his influence increased still further. He accompanied Peter to the White Sea (1694-1695); took part in the Azov campaign (1695); and was one of the triumvirat who ruled Russia during Peters first foreign tour (1697-1698). The Astrakhan rebellion (1706), which affected all the districts under his government, shook Peter's confidence in him, and seriously impaired his position. In 1707 he was superseded in the Volgan provinces by Andrei Matveev. A year before his death he entered a monastery.

Galitzine was a typical representative of Russian society of the end of the 17th century leaning towards Westernism. In many respects he was far in advance of his age. He was highly educated, spoke Latin with graceful fluency, frequented the society of scholars and had his children carefully educated according to the best European models. Yet this eminent, this superior personage was an habitual drunkard, an uncouth savage who intruded upon the hospitality of wealthy foreigners, and was not ashamed to seize upon any dish he took a fancy to, and send it home to his wife. It was his reckless drunkenness which ultimately ruined him in the estimation of Peter the Great, despite his previous inestimable services.

The Great Galitzine had another cousin, Prince Dmitry Mikhaylovich (1665-1737), noted for his noble attempt to turn Russia into a constitutional monarchy. He was sent by Peter the Great in 1697 to Italy to learn military affairs; in 1704 he was appointed to the command of an auxiliary corps in Poland against Charles XII; from 1711 to 1718 he was governor of Belgorod. In 1718 he was appointed president of the newly erected Commerce Collegium and a senator. In May 1723 he was implicated in the disgrace of the vice-chancellor Shafirov and was deprived of all his offices and dignities, which he only recovered through the mediation of the empress.

After the death of Peter the Great, Galitzine became the recognized head of the old Conservative party which had never forgiven Peter for putting away Eudoxia and marrying the plebeian Martha Skavronskaya. But the reformers, as represented by Alexander Menshikov and Peter Tolstoi, prevailed; and Galitzine remained in the background till the fall of Menshikov, 1727. During the last years of Peter II (1728-1730), Galitzine was the most prominent statesman in Russia and his high aristocratic theories had full play.

On the death of Peter II he conceived the idea of limiting the autocracy by subordinating it to the authority of the Supreme privy council, of which he was president. He drew up a form of constitution which Anna of Courland, the newly elected Russian empress, was forced to sign at Mittau before being permitted to proceed to St Petersburg. Anna lost no time in repudiating this constitution, and never forgave its authors.

Galitzine was left in peace, however, and lived for the most part in retirement, till 1736, when he was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the conspiracy of his son-in-law Prince Constantine Cantimir. This, however, was a mere pretext, it was for his anti-monarchical sentiments that he was really prosecuted. A court, largely composed of his antagonists, condemned him to death, but the empress reduced the sentence to lifelong imprisonment in Schlisselburg and confiscation of all his estates. He died in his prison on the 14th of April 1737, after three months of confinement 

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Other Notable Golitsyns

Dmitry's brother Mikhail (1674-1730) was a celebrated soldier, who is best known for his governorship of Finland (1714-1721), where his harsh rule is remembered by the people he had conquered as the Greater Wrath (Swedish: Stora ofreden).

Mikhail Mikhaylovich Golitsyn (1684-1764) was general admiral of the Russian fleet (1756)

Another Mikhail Mikhaylovich Golitsyn (1675-1730) was Russian general fieldmarshall.

And Mikhail's son Alexander Mikhaylovich (1718-1783) was a diplomat and soldier, who likewise rose to be field-marshal and governor of St. Petersburg.

Another son of Mikhail's, Dmitry Mikhaylovich (1721-1793), was the Russian ambassador in Vienna during the reign of Catherine the Great. Primarily remembered for the splendid Galitzine Hospital he opened in Moscow, he should also be noted as a great friend and patron of Mozart.

Another Alexander Mikhaylovich Golitsyn (1723-1804) son of general admiral Mikhail Mikhaylovich Golitsyn

Prince Dmitry Dmitriyevich Golitsyn (1770-1840), also known as the Apostle of the Alleghanies, was the first Roman Catholic priest ordained in America; a settlement in Pennsylvania is named after him. He is currently under investigation for possible Sainthood, his current title is Servant of God.

Prince Dmitry Vladimirovich Golitsyn (1771-1844)

Prince Dmitry Vladimirovich Golitsyn (1771-1844) fought bravely during the Napoleonic wars, was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant General and governed Moscow for 25 years.

Prince Alexander Nikolayevich (1773-1844) was a reactionary minister of education in the government of Alexander I. He headed an investigation into masonic involvement in the Decembrist uprising of 1825 and served as the Chairman of the State Council from 1838 to 1841.

Prince Nikolay Borisovich (1794-1866) was an amateur cellist who commissioned Beethoven to write his last string quartets, sometimes called the Galitzin quartets.

Prince Alexey Vasilyevich (1832-1901) was a friend of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Like the composer, Golitsyn was homosexual; but unlike the composer, he lived openly with his lover, Nikolay Vasilyevich Masalitinov (d. 1884).

Prince Grigory Sergeyevich Golitsin (1838-1907) was a general and the Governor of Transcaucasia in 1897-1904.

Prince Lev Sergeyevich (June 24, 1845 - January 8, 1916 (June 12, 1845 - December 26, 1915, Old Style)) was one of the founders of wine-making in Crimea. In his Crimean estate of Novyi Svet he built the first Russian factory of champagne wines. In 1889 the production of this winery won the Gold Medal at the Paris exhibition in the nomination for sparkling wines. He became the surveyor of imperial vineyards at Abrau-Dyurso in 1891.

Prince Boris Borisovich (1862-1916) was a prominent physicist who invented the first electromagnetic seismograph in 1906.

Prince Nikolay Dmitriyevich Golitsyn (1850-1925) was the last Tsarist prime minister of Russia, at the time of the February Revolution.

Sergei Golitsyn (1909-1989) wrote Memoirs of a Survivor: The Golitsyn Family in Stalin's Russia, a memoir of his experiences of the period from the start of the Revolution in 1917 to Russia's entry into World War II in 1941.

Prince Georgy Sergeyevich Golitsyn (born 1935) is a Russian physicist noted for his research on the concept of nuclear winter.

Prince Yury Nikolayevich Galitzine (Born 1919)

Prince Leo Galitzine. Escaped from Soviet Russia during World War I, came to settle in Canada by 1932 when he was active in the mineral rush to Great Bear Lake, Northwest Territories, the site of a silver and radium boom town. Galitzine, together with his wife Princess, bought an airplane and started a charter company at Great Bear Lake. By 1933, Galitzine was living in Edmonton, Alberta.

Prince George Golitzin, Directed Pollyana and Parent Trap. His brother, Prince Alexander Golitzen was art director for hundreds of movies. He also built the sets for many an award ceremony. Prince George's children are Alexander, John, and George.

Father Alexander Golitzin, is an Orthodox priest, monk, patristic scholar and professor of theology at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, whose work focus on the discerning the roots of eastern Christian spirituality in Second Temple Judaism.

John Golitzin was an opera singer, now deceased.

George Golitzin received his bachelors in Mathematics from Harvard University and PhD in Mathematics from Yale university, specializing in Algebraic Number Theory.

Line 1

Pr Feodor Andreivich Galitzine (10 Dec 1806-18 May 1869); m.Jan 1827 Adelaida Petrovna Zagriajsky (St.Petersburg 27 Dec 1805-Baden-Baden 17 Oct 1882)

1a) Elisabeth (17 Dec 1827- ); m.1854 Vladimir Mikhailovich Polivanov

2a) Sophia (27 Aug 1830-19 Jan 1893); m.1849 Alexander Petrovich Varentzov (20 Oct 1818-15 Sep 1895)

3a) Constantine (26 Jan 1832-Moscow 31 Aug 1879); m.10 Apr 1860 Alexandra Valerianovna Kniazev (27 May 1838-Moscow 6 Dec 1916)

1b) Olga (18 Feb 1861-13 May 1901); m.Alexis Petrovich Naoumov (d.4 Dec 1909)

2b) Anastasia (1867- ); m.Feodor Alexandrovich Efremov (11 Nov 1861-21 Aug 1896)

3b) Valerian (Moscow 3 Aug 1869-d.Moscow after 1923); m.Moscow 25 Apr 1894 Pss Youlia Alexandrovna Ouroussov (Kamenka 1868-Brussels 11 Nov 1951)

1c) Anna (Moscow 10 May 1896-St.Gilles 10 Jan 1995); m.1st 1918 N Chestakov; m.2d Karassoubazar 15 Oct 1920 Viatcheslav Vsevelodovich Sakharov (6 Jun 1891-Brussels 5 May 1958)

2c) Olga (Moscow 5 Jan 1898-Athens 1923); m.Constantinople 1920 Jean Chrysotis

3c) Constantine (Moscow 22 Apr 1899-Brussels 24 May 1924)

4b) Alexandra (1877- ); m.Constantine Nikolaevich Mikhnevich

4a) Vladimir (3 Dec 1834-1876); m.Nizhny-Novgorod Mar 1852 Olleria Apollonovna Moisseev

1b) Vladimir (1862-12 Sep 1884)

2b) Zenaida (d.1911); m.Vassili Valerianovich Kniazev (29 Oct 1853-1918)

3b) Andrei (1868-k.by Bolsheviks 1922); m.Sophia Dmitrievna Kandaourov (21 Dec 1874-19__)

1c) Alexandra (Ostankino 22 Jul 1896- ); m.Moscow 12 Aug 1916 Dimitri Nikolaevich Vatatzi (Moscow 11 Nov 1891-New York 7 Feb 1956)

2c) Nina (Ostankino 3 May 1898-Moscow 1965); m.Kiev 1931 Ivan Pavlovich Ouroussov (d.1944)

3c) Maria (Ostankino 5 Jul 1901-Moscow 1903)

4c) Natalia (Moscow 2 Jan 1904-Moscow 1973); m.1922 Vladimir Koutaissob (1907-1968)

5c) Nikolai (Ostankino 20 Jan 1905-1934)

4b) Sergei (1870- ); m.Sonia Williams (1872-1917)

1c) a dau. (d.young)

2c) Lydia (d.USSR 1940)

5b) Dimitri (1872- )

5a) Alexander (20 Feb 1836-Moscow 1861)

6a) Lydia (Moscow 17 Nov 1837-Louktanovo 2 Apr 1889); m.Moscow 30 Mar 1848 Mikhail Alexandrovich Messing (Nizhny-Novgorod 30 Jul 1837- )

Line Two

Pr Mikhail Nikolaevich Galitzine (19 May 1757-3 Apr 1827); m.1st 30 Jan 1778 Praskovia Ivanovna Bohm (10 Sep 1764-30 Sep 1784); m.2d Feodosia Stepanovna Rjevsky (30 Dec 1760-22 Jun 1795); m.3d Natalia Ivanovna Tolstoi (18 Jul 1774-24 Nov 1841)

1a) [by 1st m.] Stepan

2a) Sophia (10 Oct 1788-1793)

3a) Nikolai (1790-k.a.Borodino 26 Aug 1812)

4a) Alexander (1798-Warsaw 1858); m.NN

5a) Valerian (Yaroslavl 28 Sep 1803-Matokssa 8 Oct 1859); m.Moscow 23 Jan 1843 Pss Daria Alexandrovna Oukhtomsky (19 Mar 1814-St.Petersburg 24 Dec 1871)

1b) Leonilla (Vseviatskoie 28 May 1844- ); m.Geneva 30 Aug 1867 Ivan Alexandrovich Sipiaguine (St.Petersburg 30 Mar 1829-St.Petersburg 2 Oct 1880)

2b) Pr Mstislav Galitzine, Count Ostermann (Toula 28 Dec 1847-Nice 26 Mar 1902); m.Matokssa 30 Jun 1869 Amalia Ivanovna Lorenz (Libau, Curland 25 Oct 1851-Berlin 1921)

1c) Pr Alexander Galitzine, Count Ostermann (Tsarskoie Selo 3 Jul 1870-Tsarskoie Selo 5 Jan 1914); m.1st St.Petersburg 1893 Yevgenia Alexandrovna Komovsky (St.Petersburg 20 Feb 1869- St.Petersburg 30 Oct 1894); m.2d St.Petersburg 7 Apr 1896 Anastasia Alexandrovna Komovsky (St.Petersburg 3 Apr 1863-Paris 7 Jul 1937)

1d) Catharine (Moscow 10 Oct 1897-Jurançon 30 Jul 1982); m.Karasnaia Sloboda 24 Jul 1915 Allan Gordon Foster (Edinburgh 10 Dec 1887-19__)

2d) Pr Mstislav Galiztine, Count Ostermann (Kiev 21 Jan 1899-Paris 28 Feb 1966); m.1st Paris 22 Sep 1925 (div 1927) Aimée Crocker (Sacramento, California 5 Dec 1871-19__); m.2d Neuilly 27 Sep 1927 Clarisse Biot (Paris 28 Apr 1887-Paris 22 Dec 1969)

1e) Maria (Paris 18 Feb 1929-Paris 29 Jan 1998); m.Paris 4 Oct 1962 Raymond Pierre Dutherque (b.Montreuil 9 Oct 1929)

3d) Lev (Krasnoie Selo 25 Dec 1904-Vancouver 19 Dec 1969); m.Paris 18 Jun 1928 Marguerite Thérèse Raynaud-Carcas (Mansourah, Egypt 5 Dec 1906-Port Said 5 May 1934)

2c) Vera (Nicolskoie-Poltevo 12 Apr 1874-1969); m.St.Petersburg 27 Jul 1894 Sergei Tertievich Philippov (St.Petersburg 4 Nov 1871-Berlin 9 Nov 1922)

6a) Leonid (Karabakh 15 Feb 1806-Moscow 23 Feb 1860); m.31 Jan 1838 Anna Matveievna Tolstoi (9 Jan 1809-19 Jan 1897)

1b) Maria (St.Petersburg 29 Jul 1839-Illinskoie 19 Sep 1847)

2b) Natalia (St.Petersburg 7 Apr 1841-Nice 14 Mar 1858)

3b) Catharine (Illinskoie 3 Jul 1842-Kroupodernitzy 20 May 1917); m.Wiesbaden 2 Jun 1861 Ct Nikolai Pavlovich Ignatiev (St.Petersburg 17 Jan 1832-Kroupodernitzy 20 Jun 1908)

7a) Catharine (29 Sep 1808-St.Petersburg 9 Dec 1882; m.15 Apr 1827 Ct Lev Grigorievich Saltykov (13 Feb 1802-Khislovitchi 18 Jan 1857)

Line Three

Pr Boris Alexeivich Galiztine (17 Sep 1758-11 Apr 1811); m.Maria Dimietrievna Dmitriev (1769-1825)

1a) Maria (1789-1832); m.Alexei Petrovich Skouratov (1800-ca 1836)

2a) Alexei (Lomtzy 1790-k.a.Friedland 12 Jul 1807)

3a) Alexander (7 Jul 1794-Toula 24 Oct 1862); m.Tatiana Stepanovna Kozakov (1815-25 Dec 1839)

1b) Elisabeth (30 Oct 1836-Moscow 4 Apr 1885); m.Krasnoie 17 Oct 1856 Ivan Mikhailovich Ouchakov (8 Oct 1830-7 Jan 1875)

4a) Paul (Lomtzy 18 Jun 1795-Moscow 4 Jun 1879); m.St.Petersburg 1834 Alexandra Pavlovna Ozerov (18 May 1801-17 Apr 1872)

1b) Nadejda (31 Aug 1835-24 Feb 1854)

2b) Alexandra (Moscow 22 Aug 1838-Gorodko 1 Nov 1913); m.Gorodko 6 Aug 1863 Mikhail Mikhailovich Soukhotine (Kochety 23 Nov 1825-Moscow 21 Feb 1881)

3b) Vera (Gorodko 12 Feb 1842-1918); m.22 Jul 1877 Pr Sergei Nikolaievich Galiztine (1843-1886)

5a) Catharine (1799-1879); m.Paul Petrovich Skouratov (1793-ca 1838)

6a) Nikolai (1802-27 Dec 1876); m,1st Maria Ossipovna Fluki; m.2d Juliana Feodorovna Somov (6 Mar 1815-1 Jan 1856)

1b) Boris (Lomtzy 21 Jul 1841-24 Jul 1912)

2b) Sergei (12 Oct 1843-Rjavetz 15 May 1886); m.22 Jul 1877 Pss Vera Pavlovna Galiztine (1842-1918)

3b) Anna (Lomtzy 9 Jun 1846- ); m.Peter Semenovich Frolov

7a) Dimitri (Lomtzy 21 Apr 1803-Vladimirskoie 14 Sep 1864); m.St.Petersburg 21 Jul 1846 Sophia Nikolaievna Pouschine (Warsaw 21 Jan 1827-St.Petersburg 16 Jul 1876)

1b) Yuri (St.Petersburg 14 Apr 1847-Keltzy 15 Jun 1896); m.St.Petersburg 8 Oct 1878 Vera Vassilievna Panteleiev (St.Petersburg 20 Jul 1854-Novotcherkassk 5 May 1920)

1c) Vassili (Gatchina 10 Jul 1879-Rome 28 May 1924); m.1st (div ca 1910) Olga Nikolaievna Vinogradsky (d.in USSR 19__); m.2d Sophia Ivanovna Tourtchaninov (St.Petersburg 19 Oct 1877-Paris 26 Aug 1926)

1d) Elisabeth (St.Petersburg 1908- )

2d) Vera (St.Petersburg 1910- )

2c) Dimitri (St.Petersburg 6 Dec 1881-1919)

3c) Sophia (St.Petersburg 8 Nov 1883-Villejuif 23 Feb 1926)

4c) Maria (St.Petersburg 12 Aug 1885-Nice 21 Jan 1952); m.in France 1906 Lucien Antoine Bardou (Paris 31 Mar 1868-19__)

2b) Olga (St.Petersburg Oct 1848-Leningrad 12 Dec 1931); m.Ct Sergei Alexandrovich Apraxine (28 Apr 1830-St.Petersburg 1 Jul 1894)

3b) Nikolai (Porechie 31 Mar 1850-k.by Bolsheviks St.Petersburg 2 Jul 1925); m.St.Petersburg 7 Apr 1881 Yevgenia Andreievna Grunberg (St.Petersburg 18 Apr 1864-Nice 18 Jul 1934)

1c) Dimitri (Archangelsk 11 Mar 1882-Nice 5 Dec 1928); m.1st 8 Jan 1908 Nina Vladimirovna Bockmann (1885-k.by Bolsheviks 19 Feb 1918); m.2d New York 19 Apr 1919 Frences Simpson Stevens

2c) Nikolai (Archangelsk 17 Jul 1883-Solovki 1931)

3c) Alexander (St.Petersburg 13 Oct 1885-Toulon 24 Mar 1974); m.Antibes 4 Feb 1927 Marina Petrovna Pss of Russia (Nice 11 Mar 1892-Six-Fours-les-Plages 15 May 1981)

4c) Sophia (1886-20 Apr 1891)

5c) Yevgeni (Archangelsk 25 Nov 1888-Paris 31 Aug 1928)

6c) Olga (1891-1892)

4b) Boris (Moscow 15 Feb 1852-11 Jul 1895)

5b) Alexandra (Jun 1854-15 Apr 1855)

 Line Four

Pr Nikolai Iakovlevich Galitzine (Moscow 5 Sep 1788-Moscow 18 Jan 1850); m.25 Jan 1836 Pss Vera Dimitrievna Galitzine (1807-1850)

1a) Alexander (St.Petersburg 24 Feb 1830-Paris 18 Feb 1911); m.Moscow 24 Feb 1830 Elisabeth Alexandrovna Tchertkov (Moscow 8 Mar 1828-Souk-Sou, Crimea 6 Jan 1894)

1b) Nikolai (4 Aug 1851-1911)

2b) [by N Kisselev] Vladimir, bore surname Kisselev until authorized by the Emperor to use the title Pr Galitzine (Moscow 8 Jul 1857-Novy Sad, Yugoslavia 6 Mar 1923); m.Moscow 4 Jul 1884 Anna Nikolaievna Ermolov (Moscow 2 Mar 1856-Moscow 2 Apr 1911)

1c) Vladimir (Moscow 10 Apr 1887-New York 25 Dec 1974); m.Moscow 31 Jan 1912 Vera Philippovna Stepanov (Warsaw 10 May 1885-Mendoza, Argentina 10 Mar 1954)

1d) Vera (b.Moscow 22 Oct 1912); m.1st Belgrade 4 Aug 1940 Yuri Nikolaevich Orda; m.2d Munich 9 Jul 1949 Bernard Arvengas (Marcilly-en-Villette 22 Aug 1909-Paris 31 Dec 1965); m.3d Paris 6 Dec 1968 Marcel Georges Bouis (Paris 9 Dec 1898-Paris 17 May 1987)

2d) Dimitri (Moscow 8 Feb 1914-New York 5 Oct 1976); m.Belgrade 10 Aug 1941 Tatiana Petrovna Lopoukhine (Moscow 22 Oct 1916-New York 4 Dec 1982)

1e) Tatiana (b.Vienna 19 Aug 1943); m.1st Lime, Peru 10 Jan 1961 (div 1971) Ernesto Guillermo Ezequiel de la Peña (b.Lima 10 May 1942); m.2d New York 24 Oct 1976 Sergei Nikiforovich Droujinsky (b.Jerusalem 3 Jun 1933)

2e) Dimitri (b,Munich 7 Sep 1947); m.New York 9 May 1976 Gabrielle Mary O'Neil Donnelon (b.Dublin 5 Oct 1948)

1f) Philip (b.New York 3 Dec 1979)

2f) Catherine (b.New York 28 Jan 1982)

3e) Peter (b.Mendoza, Argentina 25 Mar 1955); m.(civ) Woluwe-St-Pierre 24 Nov 1981 (rel) Uccle 25 Nov 1981 Maria Anna Archdss of Austria (b.Uccle 19 May 1954)

1f) Xenia (b.Summit, New York 23 May 1983)

2f) Tatiana (b.Santa Clara, California 16 Aug 1984)

3f) Alexandra (b.San José, California 7 Aug 1986)

4f) Maria (b.Luxemburg 11 May 1988)

5f) Dimitri (b.Luxemburg 11 Jun 1990)

6f) Ionn Teimouraz (b.Luxemburg 27 May 1992)

3d) Kirill (Moscow 20 Jun 1917-New York 15 Jun 2000); m.1st Belgrade 16 Feb 1941 (div 1947) Marina Alexandrovna de Enden (Kursk 20 Jul 1917-New York 20 Sep 1978); m.2d New York 13 Dec 1952 Nadejda Nikolaievna Poutilovsky (b.Danzig 20 Feb 1927)

1e) Vladimir (b.Belgrade 29 Jan 1942); m.New York 6 Oct 1963 Tatiana Kazimirov (b.Berlin 17 Jan 1943)

1f) Cyril (b.New York 9 Jul 1964); m.New York 6 Oct 1991 Nina Maltzev (b.28 Jun 1966)

1g) Anna (b.Warwick, New York 6 Apr 1995)

2g) Vladimir (b.Warwick 16 Feb 1999)

3g) Victor (b.17 May 2001)

2f) Gregory (b.New York 7 Feb 1967); m.Toronto 12 May 1989 Elisabeth Chumakov (b.Montréal 12 May 1969)

1g) Ksenia (b.Pearl River, New York 6 Feb 2002)

2g) Peter (b.Pearl River, New York 6 Feb 2002)

2e) André (b.New York 13 Mar 1953); m.New York 14 Sep 1986 Angela Ristuccia (b.New York 19 Dec 1955)

3e) Marina (b.New York 9 Jun 1955); m.Nyack, New York 9 Aug 1992 Cyril Zvereff (b.Neuilly 17 Dec 1957)

3b) [by N Kisselev] Maria, used surname Kisselev until authorized by the Emperor to use the title Pss Galitzine (Moscow 7 Jul 1859- ); m.1st Moscow 29 Apr 1881 Feodor Vassilievich Perfiliev (d.1894); m.2d Moscow 23 Sep 1896 Baron Vladimir Dimitrievich von der Hamme gen. Schoeppingk (Moscow 1 Aug 1853-Petrograd 16 Jan 1921)

Line Five
 
Pr Dimitri Vladimirovich Galitzine (Yaropolitsi 29 Oct 1771-Paris 27 Mar 1844); m.Tatiana Vassilievna Wassiltchikov (Paris 7 Jan 1783-Moscow 28 Jan 1841); he and his issue were granted the right to the style "Serene Highness"

1a) Catharine (22 Nov 1801-St.Petersburg 12 Dec 1881); m.30 Oct 1821 Pr Nikolai Vassilievich Dolgoroukov (St.Petersburg 8 Oct 1789-Vyroubovo 2 Jun 1872)

2a) Natalia (28 Jun 1803-St.Petersburg 17 Feb 1880); m.1828 Ct Nikolai Alexeievich Protassov (27 Dec 1798-St.Petersburg 16 Jan 1855)

3a) Vladimir (St.Petersburg 30 Sep 1815-St.Petersburg 21 Feb 1888); m.St.Petersburg 1857 Maria Mikhailovna Pachkov (13 Aug 1836-St.Petersburg 8 Apr 1910)

1b) Maria (St.Petersburg 13 Sep 1865-Paris 21 Apr 1933); m.St.Petersburg 11 Nov 1887 Alexander Nikolaevich Voeikov (St.Petersburg 30 Oct 1865-Paris 26 Feb 1942)

4a) Boris (St.Petersburg 17 May 1818-Paris 10 Dec 1878); m.St.Petersburg 2 Oct 1846 Css Catharine Vassilievna Levachov (St.Petersburg 9 Sep 1826-Tsarskoie Selo 24 Jun 1853)

1b) Eudoxia (St.Petersburg 19 Apr 1848-Arazdoyan, Caucasus 31 Oct 1912); m.St.Petersburg 10 Apr 1868 Sergei Alexeievich Cheremetev (Moscow 24 Jan 1836-St.Petersburg 15 Dec 1896)

2b) Tatiana (Tsarskoie Selo 22 Aug 1849-St.Petersburg 15 Jun 1850)

3b) Dimitri (1 Nov 1851-Prinkipo, Turkey 29 Mar 1920); m.St.Petersburg 15 Jan 1882 Css Catharine Vladimirovna Moussine-Pouchkine (St.Petersburg 24 Nov 1861-Ste.Geneviève-des-Bois 12 Sep 1944)

1c) Warwara (2 Nov 1885-21 Dec 1885)

2c) Catharine (St.Petersburg 26 Aug 1889-Neuilly 31 Mar 1936); m.St.Petersburg 3 Sep 1910 Ct Yuri Alexandrovich Cheremetev (St.Petersburg 22 Nov 1887-London 12 May 1977)

3c) Boris (Gatchina 24 Jan 1892-k.a.Tsaritzyne 19 Jun 1919); m.Tiflis 27 Nov 1916 Maria Gfn von Carlow (Oranienbaum 1 Nov 1893-London 5 Sep 1979)

1d) Dimitri (Kislovodsk 16 Nov 1917-k.a.Hartogenborg, Netherlands 26 Oct 1944)

2d) Natalia (b.Yalta 15 Jan 1920); m.Budapest 14 Aug 1938 Nigel Heseltine (London 3 Jul 1916-1996)

1e) Elizabeth Heseltine (b.London 27 May 1939); m.1st London30 Jul 1962 (div 1966) Graham Nesbitt (b.Montreal 25 Sep 1936); m.2d Richmond, Surrey 1 Apr 1967 (div 1971) Michael Ronald Ward (b.London 15 Jan 1928)

1f) Catherine Ward (b.1968)

2f) Natalia Ward (b.1969)

4c) Eudoxia (Gatchina 7 Dec 1893-Jerusalem 1964)

5c) Vladimir (Gatchina 7 Jun 1902-Meudon 11 Nov 1990); m.Paris 4 Nov 1926 Css Elisabeth Vladimirovna Moussine-Pouchkine (St.Petersburg 19 Sep 1904-Meudon 21 Nov 1979)

1d) Maria (Paris 20 Jun 1930-Nairobi 20 Nov 1974)

2d) Boris (Paris 27 Jul 1934-Meudon 24 May 2000); m.1st Paris 15 Sep 1962 (div 1972) Marina Gorbov (b.Paris 27 Oct 1936); m.2d Meudon 9 May 1975 Marie Hélène Ghislaine Michelle Graux (b.Toulon 20 Mar 1948)

1e) Alexandra [Marina?] (b.Paris 4 Apr 1963); m.Douala, Cameroon 17 Mar 1989 Germain Loumpet (b.Nkongsamba Moungo, Cameroon 7 Mar 1956)

2e) Hélène (b.Boulogne-sur-Seine 1 Apr 1967); m.Paris 13 Jun 1992 Christophe Jenny (b.Guebwiller, France 27 Jan 1962)

3e) Maria (b.Meudon 25 Dec 1976)

4e) Dimitri (b.Meudon 8 Jun 1979)

Line Six

Pr Sergei Feodorovich Galitzine (5 Nov 1749-Tarnopol 10 Jan 1810); m.St.Petersburg 25 Nov 1779 Warwara Vassilievna Engelhardt (12 Mar 1761-2 May 1815)

1a) Grigori (St.Petersburg 30 Oct 1779-17 Jan 1848); m.Moscow 21 Oct 1801 Css Catharine Ivanovna Sollohub (13 Mar 1784-1 Mar 1827)

1b) Warwara (1802-Odessa 1873); m.1822 Cte Edouard Octave de Choiseul-Gouffier (8 Apr 1802-Jassy, Romania 1827)

2b) Sergei (Riga 22 Jul 1803-Stara-Vess, Poland 19 Nov 1868); m.Lublin 1837 Css Maria Jeserski (22 Feb 1819-Noce 30 Dec 1881)

1c) Grigori (Garbovo 20 Oct 1838-28 Mar 1907); m.20 Apr 1883 Css Maria Feodorovna Orlov-Denissov (16 Mar 1856-St.Petersburg 11 May 1913)

2c) Julia (Stara-Vess 26 May 1840-12 Nov 1914); m.Wiesbaden 2 Feb 1865 Constantine Gorski (Warsaw 8 Jul 1827-Warsaw 1 Mar 1901)

3c) Maria (Stara-Vess 11 Dec 1841-Frohnburg, Austria 16 Jun 1896); m.Breslau 6 Jul 1869 Friedrich Franz Gf von Rumerskirch (Altenbruch 13 Jul 1840-Salzburg 20 Jan 1898)

4c) Catharine (Stara-Vess Mar 1844- ); m.Paris 6 Jun 1864 Stanislas Nemoevsky (1838- )

5c) Lev (Stara-Vess 12 Aug 1845-Novy Svet 26 Dec 1915); m.Moscow 24 Apr 1883 Css Maria Mikhailovna Orlov-Denissov (St.Petersburg 16 Mar 1856-Doubrovka 29 Aug 1909)

1d) [by Maria Zakharovna Zassetsky] Sophia, authorized to use title Pss Galitzine 1890 (Souchovo 5 Aug 1871-Paris 20 Jul 1913); m.Livadia 29 Apr 1892 Pr Nikolai Nikolaevich Troubetzkoy (Orenburg 20 Feb 1864-Ste-Geneviève-des-Bois 2 Jun 1935)

2d) [by Maria Zakharovna Zassetsky] Nadejda, authorized to use title Pss Galitzine 1890 (Warsaw 20 Feb 1876-USSR 13 Feb 1949)

6c) Feodor (Stara Vess 15 Aug 1850-1920); m.St.Petersburg 30 Jan 1874 Maria Dimitrievna Narychkine (St.Petersburg 8 Sep 1849-Florence 1 Aug 1925); Note: they adopted Maria Dmitrievna Narishkin's niece and nephew - Lubov Alexandrovna Narishkina and Vadim Alexandrovitch Narishkin - shortly after the death of her brother and their father Alexander Dmitrievitch Narishkin, who died on August 10, 1894. An imperial Ukaze decreed that even though Lubov and Vadim were adopted, they were to keep the Narishkin name, and they received distinctive coat-of-arms wherein the Narishkin royal eagle was replaced by one of the Galitzine bears.

3b) Lev (Doubrovo 4 Sep 1804-Doubrovo 2 Jan 1871); m.1834 Anna Dimitrievna Chepelev (2 Feb 1813-1861)

1c) Lev (Moscow 30 Jan 1841-Russia May 1918); m.St.Petersburg 14 Apr 1874 Maria Mikhailovna Martynov (Paris 22 Aug 1853-USSR 18 Oct 1934)

1d) Olga (St.Petersburg 3 Feb 1876-Nice 20 Jul 1958); m.1st 1897 Pr Arsene Dimitrievich Drutskoy-Sokolinsky (Florence 1863-17 Aug 1912); m.2d France 7 Jan 1925 Yuri Yakovlevich Asarevich (Moscow 21 Mar 1883-Nice 11 Jul 1956)

2d) Lev (Severka 23 Mar 1877-d.of typhus in prison at Irkutsk 21 Jun 1920); m.Severka 14 Jan 1908 Pss Helena Alexandrovna Gagarine (Paris 19 Feb 1883-Florence 6 Jun 1928)

1e) Tatiana (Severka 25 Sep 1909-Princeton, New Jersey 22 Aug 1993); m.Philadelphia 13 Jun 1932 Edward Stauffer King (Princeton 27 Jan 1900-Princeton Mar 1995)

2e) Elena (Severka 19 Apr 1912-Soleure, Switzerland 29 Nov 1966); m.1st Nice 10 Mar 1932 (div) Alexis Mercier (Lesnoi, Russia 27 Apr 1901-Neuchâtel 27 Nov 1981); m.2d Wangen, Switzerland 18 Mar 1950 Heinz Heinrich Jacob Roth (Wangen 16 Feb 1905- Interlaken 18 Feb 1963)

3e) Elisabeth (Kluchische 17 Jul 1914-Baltimore 25 Nov 1982); m.Princeton, New Jersey 12 Dec 1959 John Boardman Whitton (Oakland, California 25 Feb 1892-Princeton 2 Jan 1977)

4e) Lev (Kazan 23 Feb 1916-Baltimore 3 Dec 1975); m.Paris 10 Aug 1946 Raissa Mikhailovna Antipov (b.Kohtle-Jarva, Estonia 28 Oct 1923)

1f) Lev (b.Paris 3 May 1947); m.Baltimore 20 Apr 1974 Susan McDonald Case (b.Baltimore 20 Oct 1950)

1g) Lev (b.Baltimore 1 Feb 1977)

2g) Jessica Raissa McDonald (b.Baltimore 14 Apr 1981)

2f) Michael (b.Baltimore 4 Sep 1952); m.Centerville, Maryland 8 Oct 1988 Lynn Marie Motyczka (b.Sudlersville 16 Jan 1961)

1g) Alexander (b.Baltimore 22 May 1994)

2g) Andrew Anthony (b.Baltimore 5 Oct 1997)

3d) Boris (Severka 23 Oct 1878-Cannes 30 Apr 1958); m.1st Astrakhan 11 Sep 1911 (div) Nina Petrovna Kovaldji (Astrakhan 10 Jan 1888-Rome 19 Oct 1957); m.2d France 1932 Xenia Yakovlevna Mesniankine (Russia 26 Dec 1891-19__)

1e) Irina (Tiflis 22 Jul 1918-20 Oct 2006); m.Rome 29 Jul 1949 Silvio Medici de Menezes (São Paulo 26 Oct 1903-Rome 12 Jun 1989)

4d) Marianna (Severka 1 May 1880-Brussels 31 Jan 1943); m.Severka 11 Jun 1910 Georg Baron Wrangell auf Ludenhof (St.Petersburg 7 Feb 1870-executed at Torosovo 21 Feb 1918)

5d) Helena (Severka 2 Feb 1882-Prague 13 Aug 1954); m.1st Severka 4 Apr 1904 Alexander Alexandrovich Vetchinine (8 Jan 1883-k.in automobile accident 14 Jul 1909); m.2d Severka 15 Sep 1910 (div) Baron Andrei von Buhler (8 Jan 1883- ); m.3d Leningrad 23 Feb 1923 Bedrich Staimakov

6d) Elisabeth (Severka 1 Apr 1883-d.of Spanish influenza in Russia 29 Oct 1918); m.Severka 26 Jan 1914 Alexei Alexandrovich Pazoukhine (18 Jan 1883- )

7d) Mikhail (Severka 12 Sep 1884-Saratov 29 Sep 1919); m.1915 Sophia Mikhailovna Fialkovsky

1e) Yuri (d.1918)

2e) Lev (d.1919)

8d) Yuri (Severka 10 Nov 1887-k.a.1 Sep 1915)

9d) Vladimir (Severka 21 Aug 1889-USSR 1937)

2c) Catharine (Severka 11 Oct 1845- )

3c) Helena (Severka 11 Oct 1845-1920)

4b) Mikhail (31 May 1808-Warsaw 19 Dec 1868)

5b) Grigori (23 Oct 1809-Kazatskoie 7 Jul 1853); m.Elisabeth Ivanovna Jevanov (Elisavetgrad 24 Oct 1818-Wiesbaden 27 Jan 1860)

1c) Anna (Odessa 23 Mar 1848-Breslau 13 Jul 1952); m.St.Petersburg 17 Feb 1869 Nikolai Alexandrovich Krasnokoutsky (Kornychevka 1818-San Remo 18 Mar 1891)

2c) Warwara (Kazatskoie 15 Jun 1851-Kiev 8 Feb 1908); m.Warsaw 27 Aug 1872 Baron Georg von Wrangel (Lapzy 3 Sep 1842-Nice 31 Dec 1901)

6b) Dimitri (Penza 9 Jul 1817-Yalta 1873); m.Kharkov 1834 Css Marfa Ivanovna Platov (12 Oct 1812-Yalta 3 Nov 1891)

7b) Natalia (6 Nov 1816-Rybnaia Sloboda 17 Jun 1874); m.19 May 1835 Ivan Mikhailovich Donaourov (3 Apr 1807-St.Petersburg 20 Jul 1849)

8b) Nikolai (24 Nov 1817-Warsaw 1865)

9b) Feodor (Moscow 1 May 1819-Moscow 9 Dec 1887); m.1st Kharkov 1847 Maria Mikhailovna Vesselovsky (1829-Doljik 2 Feb 1852); m.2d Kharkov 30 Jan 1853 Eudoxia Ivanovna Zaroudny (2 Jun 1832-Petrograd 1920)

1c) Sergei (Moscow 21 Feb 1845-Doljik 9 Dec 1904); m.Alexandra Alexandrovna Karamzine (d.1923)

2c) Sophia (1846-1848)

3c) Dimitri (Kharkov 28 Mar 1849-Doljik 28 Nov 1893); m.Kharkov 7 Jan 1873 Css Maria Alexandrovna Sievers (Kharkov 27 Oct 1851-Rostov/Don 8 Nov 1920)

1d) Alexander (Kharkov 18 Feb 1874-Paris 28 May 1957); m.Doljik 7 Jan 1896 Catharine Nikolaievna Khvostchinsky (Nikolaievska 4 Nov 1876-Boulogne-sur-Seine 28 Oct 1931)

1e) Dimitri (Doljik 7 Dec 1896-Ville d'Avray 27 Jan 1985); m.1st Paris 12 Aug 1921 (div 1931) Helena Flowerdew Veitch (Dunbar, Scotland 10 Oct 1882-Pessac 20 Jan 1952); m.2d Paris 27 Aug 1931 (div 1943) Tatiana Kaveline (Zoppot, Poland 22 Aug 1905-23 Nov 1999); m.

3d) Paris 6 Sep 1945 (annulled) Vera Valentinovna Yarmonkine (St.Petersburg 14 Nov 1911-19__); m.4th Paris 6 Feb 1954 Jacqueline Jeanne de Ronseray (Paris 21 May 1909-Le Kremlin-Bicêtre 19 Jun 1968); m.5th Ville d'Avray 31 Jan 1970 Marie Florence Bergon (b.Paris 9 Oct 1925)

1f) Irina (b.Baden nr Vienna 2 Mar 1922); m.San Francisco 30 Jun 1954 Cte Max Marie André de Montalambert de Cers (Chaumont 31 Jun 1914-La Rochelle 2 Jun 1994)

2e) Nikolai (Doljik 2 Jul 1899-Great Staughton, Hunts 6 Apr 1963); m.London 17 Mar 1918 Elena Emma Lilian Fawcett-Hodgson (Liverpool 12 Jul 1888-Waresley, Hunts 20 Oct 1948)

1f) Yuri (Yokohama 18 Feb 1919-Clipsham, Lincolnshire 28 Nov 2002); m.1st London 22 Nov 1944 (div 1951) Constance Irene Higginson (b.Belfast 12 Aug 1916); m.2d London 6 Oct 1952 (div 1961) Sheilagh Sanford-Johnson (Didsbury, Manchester 24 Mar 1920-London 28 Mar 2004); m.3d London 30 Nov 1965 (div 1976) Elizabeth Gwyneth Tighe (b.Ashford, Co. Wicklow 17 Apr 1933); m.4th London 19 Nov 1976 Jean Mary Shanks (Leatherhead 18 Nov 1926-London 11 Nov 1999)

1g) Alexandra (Belfast 13 Nov 1946-London 16 Feb 2003); m.London 19 Jun 1981 (div 1994) Leszek Juliusz Stanislaw Nowicki (b.Steniawka, Poland 2 Mar 1932)

2g) [by Clothilde Ward] Catherine (b.London 21 Mar 1950 [not 1948]); m.1st 1968 (div 1971) James Maclean; m.2d 1972 (div) Nigel Guise; m.3d 28 Jun 1976 Jeffrey Horwood (b.11 Mar 1952)

3g) Gregory (b.London 10 Jul 1955); m.London 1 Feb 2003 Svetlana Vladimirovna Rutter, née Permyakova (b.Volchansk 24 Feb 1963)

1h) Maria Catherine (b.John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford 10 Jun 2003)

4g) Sophia (b.London 5 Mar 1958)

5g) Nicholas (b.London 31 Dec 1968); m.1st Tel Aviv 23 Jun 1988 (div 1995) Schlomtzion Kenan; m.2d London 4 Aug 1995 Cynthia Weaver (b.San Francisco 19__)

6g) Amalia (London 3 Feb 1970-5 Feb 1970)

3e) Alexander (St.Petersburg 4 Dec 1910-Marseille 16 Jun 1988); m.Paris 23 Jun 1935 Hélène Louise Bonnell (Moscow 12 Mar 1915-Achères-la-Forêt 15 Jan 2005)

1f) Alexandre Bertrand (b.Paris 3 Dec 1936); m.1st Bourron-Marlotte 29 Jun 1961 (div 1998) Marie-Claude Louise Montavon (b.Saint-Denis 5 Dec 1936); m.2d Washington 9 May 1998 Christine Baker Howard (b.Ootacamund, India 6 Jun 1951)

1g) Alexandre (b.Fontainebleau 4 Dec 1961); m.Grez-sur-Loing 18 Jul 1987 Isabelle Leray (b.Paris 3 Dec 1963)

1h) Grégoire (Paris 18 Nov 1987-Grez-sur-Loing 28 Nov 1987)

2h) Charlotte (b.Suresnes 10 Oct 1988)

3h) Vanda (b.Suresnes 18 May 1991)

4h) Alexandra (b.Paris 21 May 1992)

5h) Marie Catherine (b.Oxford 10 Jun 2003)

2g) Sophie Louise Alexandra (b.Villefranche-sur-Saône 26 Jun 1963)

3g) Irène Elisabeth Wanda (b.Fontainebleau 13 Aug 1964)

2f) Patrice Alexandre Guy (Paris 12 Dec 1939-Paris 5 Sep 2005); m.1st Paris 19 Dec 1960 (div 1975) Catherine Henriette Jeanne Brachet (b.Nevers 26 Feb 1940); m.2d Nt.Nom-la-Bretèche 8 Aug 1975 (div 1988) Marie Romaine Valentine Suzanne Panié (b.Paris 6 Oct 1950); m.3d Los Angeles 28 Mar 1990 (div 1996) Marie Matile (b.Aarberg, Switzerland 4 May 1950); m.4th Pont Royal 24 Apr 2001 Sophie Simonoff (b.Paris 17 Feb 1962)

1g) Anne (b.Paris 21 Nov 1963)

2g) Paul Boris Alexandre (b.Paris 30 May 1967)

3g) Dimitri Basile Alexandre (b.Abidjan, Ivory Coast 20 Dec 1968)

4g) Marie Laetitia Odette Hélène (b.Paris 5 Sep 1976)

5g) Sophie Anne Marie Tatiana (b.Paris 15 Dec 1978)

6g) John

3f) Catherine (b.Paris 8 Sep 1944)

2d) Feodor (Kharkov 26 Apr 1875-Doljik 13 Oct 1888)

3d) Sergei (Kharkov 12 Mar 1877-Prague 16 Jul 1939); m.Kharkov 29 Apr 1911 (div) Css Zoë Nikolaevna O'Rourke (Otradnoie 23 Jul 1889-Hampshire 1986); m.2d Prague 29 May 1926 Nadejda Antonovna Trounine (Oufa 13 Feb 1878-Prague 1937)

1e) Nikita (Doljik 15 Feb 1912-Victoria, BC 24 Aug 2003); m.London 19 Jan 1949 Blanche Eve Marion Pryor (Debden Green, Theydon, Essex 27 Feb 1908-Victoria, British Columbia 19 Aug 1993)

1f) Paul Richard Theodore (b.Vancouver 7 Mar 1952); m.1st Vancouver 4 Dec 1976 (div 1996) Lois Morrison (b.Regina 22 Jan 1948); m.2d Kelowna, British Columbia 3 Aug 1996 Ardeth Lynne Cook (b.Virden, Manitoba 16 Jul 1950)

1g) David Richard (b.Vancouver 17 Mar 1978)

2g) Gloria Nicole (British Columbia 7 Sep 1979-d.in auto accident 8 Feb 2001)

2e) Feodor (b.Kharkov 4 Mar 1914); m.Vancouver 7 May 1951 Madeleine Elizabeth Ingham (b.Brandon, Manitoba 3 Feb 1917)

3e) Boris (Doljik 25 Oct 1917-Burbank, California 25 Jan 1978); m.Karlsruhe 20 Nov 1951 Edwige Golak (b.Topiewo, Kr Posen 7 Sep 1905)

4d) Vera (Doljik 18 Apr 1887-Doljik 1889)

5d) Elisabeth (Kharkov 16 Feb 1892-London 15 Sep 1982); m.Kaporia 28 May 1917 Dimitro Alexandrovich Zinoviev (Kaporia 22 Dec 1887-London 14 Oct 1963)

4c) Mikhail (1850-1853)

5c) Maria (1852-1853)

6c) Warwara (Kharkov 22 Jan 1854-1931); m.Doljik 1876 Sergei Mikhailovich Doukhovsky (St.Petersburg 7 Oct 1838-St.Petersburg 1 Mar 1901)

2a) Feodor (20 Dec 1781-12 Jan 1826); m.St.Petersburg Feb 1809 Pss Anna Alexandrovna Prozorovsky (28 Dec 1782-St.Petersburg 12 Dec 1863)

1b) Alexander, took the title Pr Galitzine-Prozorovsky for himself and his descendants (St.Petersburg 20 Jan 1810-Ramenskoie 7 Apr 1898); m.Moscow 14 Jan 1848 Maria Alexandrovna Lvov (St.Petersburg 17 May 1826-St.Petersburg 14 Nov 1901)

1c) Anna (St.Petersburg 21 Apr 1851-d.in prison in Moscow 1921); m.St.Petersburg 28 Jan 1877 Vladimir Mikhailovich Goriainov (Moscow 25 Sep 1851-Moscow 21 Jan 1907)

2c) Alexander (St.Petersburg 23 Jan 1853-Ramenskoie 4 Jul 1914); m.St.Petersburg 1890 Pss Maria Petrovna Troubetzkoy (St.Petersburg 18 Apr 1863-France 16 Oct 1933)

1d) Maria (Tsarskoie Selo 26 Aug 1892-Boulogne-sur-Seine 28 Dec 1983); m.Nice 6 Oct 1927 Yuro Nikolaevich Filosofov (Simbirsk 14 May 1896- )

3c) Maria (Sokolniko 21 Jul 1855-Paris 9 Jan 1931); m.St.Petersburg 25 Jan 1876 Pr Grigori Grigorievich Gagarine (Tiflis 22 Jun 1850-Karatcharovo 15 Jan 1918)

4c) Olga (Peterhof 6 Jul 1857-Zubrilovka 11 May 1879)

2b) Taissa (3 Jul 1811-9 Mar 1912)

3b) Sergei (St.Petersburg 7 Aug 1812-Brasovo 21 Sep 1849); m.Moscow 1849 Pss Olga Alexeievna Stcherbatov (4 Apr 1829-Moscow 30 Dec 1879)

4b) Mikhail (Moscow 6 Sep 1813-Moscow 8 Aug 1814)

5b) Julia (St.Petersburg 1 Nov 1817-11 Nov 1881); m.1834 Pr Alexis Borissovich Kourakine (4 May 1809-St.Petersburg 20 Dec 1872)

6b) David (St.Petersburg 12 Jan 1816-Prona 18 Mar 1855); m.St.Petersburg 8 Jul 1846 Vera Arcadievna Stolypine (10 Nov 1821-Berlin 9 Jun 1853)

7b) Alexandra (Tsarskoie Selo 23 May 1817-Zubrilovka 30 Jul 1841)

8b) Constantine (St.Petersburg 5 Sep 1819-Moscow 13 Sep 1884); m.Marie Blanchard de La Borderie (Limoges 1832-Nice 21 Apr 1893)

1c) Constantine (Moscow 13 Feb 1854-Leningrad 20 Oct 1934); m.Gaibov 10 Jan 1875 Pss Anna Petrovna Gagarine (7 May 1854-5 Dec 1911)

1d) Peter (Glebovo 8 Jul 1876-Uccle 14 Nov 1945); m.St.Petersburg 3 Jun 1911 Tatiana Nikolaevna Schmidt (St.Petersburg 4 May 1882-Brussels 3 Nov 1980)

1e) Igor (Lubertov, Poland 6 Jul 1913-Brakel, Belgium 13 Aug 1992); m.Schaerbeek 21 Jan 1940 Suzanne Louise Octavia Distave (Jupille 1 Apr 1914-Schaerbeek 11 Oct 1988)

2e) Yuri (St.Petersburg 4 Mar 1918-Germany 1945); m.Brussels 23 Aug 1939 Irene Mariette Verschooris (b.Uccle 28 Jun 1923)

1f) Tatiana Marie Louise (b.Brussels 1 Jan 1940); m.Brussels 23 Jan 1965 Jean Claude Maurice Marie Vancrombreucq (b.La Hulpe 7 Apr 1940)

2f) Nina Hélène Prudence (b.Brussels 12 Apr 1941); m.Brussels 14 Jun 1973 Maurice Jean Pierre Dodion (b.Kinshasa, Congo 24 Jul 1937)

3e) Boris (b.Etterbeck 3 Feb 1926); m.1st Uccle 21 Apr 1965 Olga Wolgine (Antwerp 31 Oct 1930-Genval, Belgium 17 Sep 1975); m.2d Meudon 1 Oct 1994 Marie Marcelle Patrlj (b.Flemalle 26 Jun 1943)

2c) Boris (Ivanovskaia-Pakhra 1858-Ivanovskaia-Pakhra 1860)

3c) David (b.and d.Moscow 1865)

9b) Boris (Tsarskoie Selo 24 Aug 1821-St.Petersburg 5 Jan 1898)

3a) Sergei (17 Feb 1783-St.Petersburg 14 Mar 1833); m.1821 Natalia Stepanovna Apraxine (13 Nov 1794-St.Petersburg 7 May 1890)

4a) Mikhail (1784-Landsberg 26 Aug 1807)

5a) Zakhar (1787-14 Apr 1792)

6a) Nikolai (1787-1807)

7a) Paul (29 Jun 1788-Sosnovka 21 Jan 1837); m.Theophila Petrovna Kreuer (1792-Sosnovka 24 Mar 1882)

1b) Alexandra (1819-13 Feb 1897); m.Pr Vassili Alexandrovich Obolensky (20 Feb 1817-Jan 1888)

2b) Vassili (Sosnovka 30 Aug 1821-Dubrovka 21 May 1901); m.Moscow 1859 Css Lubov Nikolaevna Tolstoi (27 Oct 1830- )

1c) Grigori (Moscow Apr 1871- ); m.Praskovia Vassilievna Mikhailov (d.Moscow 1920)

1d) Lubov (28 Nov 1891-k.by Bolsheviks at Loposnaya 1917); m.Mstislav Vitoldovich Trezeszevki

2d) Boris; m.Olga Mikhailovna Wassiltchikov

1e) Tamara (1918- )

2e) Yevgeni (1924- )

3d) Anatoli (24 Jun 1896-Moscow 21 Sep 1937); m.1st Natalia Alexandrovna Klutcharev (1900- ); m.2d Emilia Petrovna Kun (1904- )

1e) Tamara (b.Moscow 9 Mar 1924); m.Moscow 25 Mar 1945 Anatole Dimitrievich Ribachik

2e) Alla (b.1927)

4d) Zoë (24 Jun 1896- ); m.Leonid Vassilievich Liakhovetz

5d) Mikhail (20 Oct 1898-disappeared 1936); m.Warwara Ivanovna N

1e) a child

1f) a child

6d) Valentina (23 Jun 1900- )

7d) Galina (24 May 1905- ); m.N Korchaguine

3b) Anna (1825- )

4b) Julia (d.Kulevachevo 8 Dec 1879); m.Paul Diomedovich Prokounine (d.8 Dec 1879)

5b) Tatiana (29 Jan 1837-Jassy, Romania 14 Jan 1878); m.1st 22 Jan 1854 Vsevelod Andreivich Chilovsky (17 May 1820-St.Petersburg 3 Oct 1873); m.2d Vienna 4 May 1874 Pr Alexander Nikolaevich Manvelov (5 Apr 1829-2 Apr 1906)

8a) Alexander (Zubrilovka 21 Nov 1789-Kalicz, Poland 12 Sep 1858); m.1st Kazatskoie 12 Sep 1822 Css Caroline Tatiana Walewska (1778-St.Petersburg 14 Feb 1846); m.2d Kalicz 1848 Helena Zakrzicki (Krzenevitzky 9 Feb 1823-18 Apr 1895)

1b) Sergei (28 Apr 1845-Vilna 1 Mar 1905); m.St.Petersburg 28 Apr 1874 Bss Sophia von Schlichting (St.Petersburg 23 May 1845-Strassburg 16 Dec 1907)
2b) Mikhail (Kalicz 2 Jan 1849-Lagheri House, Pankovka 19 Apr 1918); m.1sy Manenetz-Podolsk 16 Sep 1873 (div 1885) Paula Ivanovna Demidov (Teofilpol 24 Jun 1856- ); m.2d Pss Elisabeth Petrovna Ouroussov (15 Nov 1846-2 Nov 1915)

 

1c) Elisabeth; m.Pr Nikolai Pavlovich Mestchersky

2c) Warwara; m.NN

3c) Tatiana; m.Ekaterinoslav, USSR 1942 N Denissenko

3b) Yevgenia (Kalicz 24 Apr 1852-1919); m.Dresden 26 Jan 1869 Pr Nikolai Nikolaevich Galiztine (1836-1893)

4b) Elisabeth (Kalicz 15 Jul 1855- ); m.15 Jul 1873 Nikolai Derevitzky (Orel 10 Oct 1845-5 Oct 1893)

9a) Vassili (5 Dec 1792-Odessa 16 Apr 1856); m.Helena Alexandrovna Narychkine (1785-Odessa 5 Dec 1855)

10a) Vladimir (Moscow 16 Mar 1794-Moscow 19 Apr 1861); m.Bakhmetevo 1 Jul 1821 Prascovia Nikolaevna Matunine (2 Oct 1798-Moscow 29 Jul 1881)

1b) Nadejda (3 Mar 1822-25 Feb 1833)

2b) Sergei (Moscow 8 Apr 1823-Odessa 17 Feb 1879); m.Moscow 5 Jul 1870 Natalia Nikolaevna Obreskov (Kharkov 20 Jun 1848-11 Jul 1924)

1c) Christina (Moscow 29 Apr 1871-d.in prison in Moscow 14 Nov 1932); m.27 Jan 1891 Nikolai Vassilievich Arseniev (15 Feb 1867-d.in prison in Tashkent 1 Dec 1940)

2c) Vladimir (Moscow 9 Jan 1873-Moscow 12 Nov 1879)

3c) Natalia (Moscow 11 Feb 1875-Moscow Sep 1956); m.Alexis Alexeivich Maklakov (Moscow 1872-Moscow 8 Mar 1918)

4c) Alexandra (Philipovka 27 Jun 1877-Brussels 3 Oct 1970); m.St.Petersburg 23 Oct 1901 Sergei Victorovich Spetschinsky (St.Petersburg 23 Oct 1877-Brussels 22 Nov 1963)

3b) Alexander (Akhtyrka 1826-Moscow 21 Jun 1864); m.Moscow 1852 Maria Ivanovna Pokhvisnev (1831-1 Dec 1896)

4b) Vladimir (Moscow 26 Jun 1826-Grozny 20 May 1844)

5b) Dimitri (19 Nov 1828-30 Mar 1830)

6b) Alexandra (Moscow 3 Feb 1831-Krukovo 15 Jul 1900)

7b) Dimitri (1833-Moscow 1835)

 
 

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