Dedicated to the school in the village of Tiksha, where the compiler of this material studied from the 1st to the 8th grade (1949-1957)
Pedigrees of Rugozer Parish families
Povenets district of the Republic of Karelia
From 1900 to 1919
Population pedigrees of villages other than Rugozer
Minins (Lutherans) 14
Pedigrees of the population of the village Rugozero
Piminovs (paramedic) 25
Frolov, Fadeev 29
Yuksovskie (priest’s family) 31
The materials are taken from the annual parish registers of the Povenets district of the Rugozersky parish (f 25 inventory 25 and f 25 inventory 27) of the national archive of the Republic of Karelia at Petrozavodsk, st. Kuibysheva, d. 6a.
The year of birth registers can be determined by the date (day, month, year) of birth, marriage, death. Dates in which there is no day and month may differ from the truth by 1 and very rarely by 2 years.
Children who died before the age of 15 are not included in the pedigrees.
If the husband and wife are both from the Rugozer parish, then the date of marriage is indicated in their pedigrees. Their children are listed only in the husband’s pedigree. If in the line after marriage, in the pedigree of the husband, the village from which the wife was taken is not indicated, then from Rugozer.
If, after the date of marriage, the husband has the icon 4444, then this means that the wife’s pedigree has the same sign, indicating that all data from the husband’s pedigree, except for children, have been transferred to the wife’s pedigree and vice versa.
Illegitimate children were given a surname after their father Bogdanov (a), that is, given by God (the first surname after the name is the current patronymic, the second surname after the name is the common surname of the family).
Additional information about the residents of Rugozersky parish
· In the pedigree “Finns” it is indicated that some Finns were considered “workers”. It can be assumed that the wealthy peasants of the Rugozero parish hired workers from Finland to live in the Rugozero parish.
· Ivan Heikkenen is a worker.
· Kyllanen Anti Matveev – worker.
· Keranen Gavriil Bogdanov – worker.
· Matildin Karp Viktorov moved to Rugozero on February 22, 1899, and on March 31, 1901, he received the name Gabriel, when he converted from Lutherans to Orthodoxy.
· The wife of Vasily Zakharov Yakovleva – Yudita Ustavova Hilma from Marya Vary on 08/06/1909 switched from Lutherans to Orthodoxy.
Minins from Merguba are Lutherans.
· Sergei Ivanov Mashezersky – a former priest.
· Nikolai Nikolaev Yurkovskiy – local priest.
· Pyotr Zinoviev Stukin – acting as a psalmist from 1910 to 1921.
· Fedor Ivanov Tervinsky – a former psalmist.
· Nikolai Pavlov Bogdanov – head and teacher of a one-class school.
· Timofei Zakharov Ermolaev – teacher’s assistant, tradesman of Petrozavodsk. His wife, Anna Grigorieva Undozerova, is a midwife from the town of Onega, Arkhangelsk Region.
· Anton Nikiforov Pimenov – paramedic.
· Vasily Danilov Silin from Spruce Mountain – drafted to the war with Japan.
· Dmitry Bogdanov Lyavkuev – living in Rugozero, a worker from Kem.
Kasyan Fedorov Merkulov – junior non-commissioned officer.
· Ivan Mikhailov Trifanov – aka Samsonov.
· Tit Stepanov Evseev from Rugozero – Ensign.
· Yakov Vasiliev Yevseev from Rugozero – transferred to the reserve.
· Ivan Grigoriev Epifanov from Malaya Tiksha – reserve private.
· Ermolai Danilov Kirikov from Andronova Gora – private.
· Nikolai Zakharov Alexandrov from Rugozero – reserve private.
History of Karelia XVI-XVII centuries in documents.
– Petrozavodsk-Joensuu, 1987
| Big Tiksha Andronovs
||Bolshaya Tiksha Ignatieva|| Big Tiksha Ilyina
|Big Tiksha Ilyina|| Big Tiksha Larionovs
|| Bolshaya Tiksha Manuilova
|Merguba Nikitin||Merguba Petrovs|
| Malaya Tiksha Epifanovs
|| Malaya Tiksha Epifanovs
|Malaya Tiksha Stefanovs|
Sheet 1 of 2
|Andronova mountain||Andronova mountain|
Sheet 2 of 2
|Tikshezero Antonovs||Tikshezero Nikitin|
|Mary vary Bogdanov||Marya Vary Silina||Maria vary Yakovlev|
||Yuksovskie (priest’s family)|
|Rugozero Isaevs|| Rugozero Ignatievs
| Rugozero Ivanovs