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CONSISTENCY LIST FOR

HISTORY OF RUSSIA FROM EARLIEST TIMES

By Sergei M. Soloviev

PERSONAL NAMES (A-H)

Consistency Lists

CHURCHES

GEOGRAPHICAL

INSTITUTIONS AND CHANCELLERIES

PERSONAL NAMES (A-H)

PERSONAL NAMES (I-P)

PERSONAL NAMES (R-Z)

RANKS

TABLE OF RANKS

TERMS

WEIGHTS, NUMBERS, & MEASURES

 

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Name, Volume, Time Period

Aaron, hospodar of Wallachia 13 1584-98

Aaron, ktitor 21 17c

Abakumov, Grigory, resident of Novogorod 24

Abatur (Bathory), Stephen. See Bathory, Stefan 24

Abaza-Pasha 17 1634-45

Abbas I, shah of Persia 14 1598-1606

Abbas, son of Tahmasp II 35 1730s

Abd-ar-Rahman, Arab commander 04 13-14c

Abdul, Tatar emissary 04 13-14c

Abdul-Hamid I, Turkish sultan 48 1772-74

Abdul-Khair, son of Kuchum, Siberian tsarevich 13 1584-98

Abdul-Rezak-effendi, Turkish envoy 48 1772-74

Abdullah (Abdul), khan 04 13-14c

Abdur-Rahman 09 16c

Abip, Tatar tax collector 06 1389-1425

Abraam, Abraham 45 1766-68

Abramov, Isaak. See Massa, Issac Abrahamszoon 16 1613-34

Abramov, Sapun, crown secretary 13 1584-98

Abramovich, boundary commissioner 18 16-17c

Abrosimov, Anisim, merchant 41 1757-61

Abulkhair, Kirghiz khan 38 1745-48

Achikhoza. Use Hajji Khodzha 04 13-14c

Adadurov, Ivanis, governor of Dorogobuzh 16 1613-34

Adadurov, Vasily Evdokimovich 35 1730s

Adalbert (Vojte"ch), bp. of Prague 01 9-11c

Adam, cloth merchant 04 13-14c

Adam of Bremen, chronicler 01 9-11c

Adamov, Ivan, translator 20 17c

Adamugay, Siberian prince 17 1634-45

Adash, Tatar envoy 04 13-14c

Adashev, Alexis Fedorovich 10 16c

Adashev, Fedor Grigorievich 10 16c

Adil (Adel Adelheid) wife of Pr. Vladimir 01 9-11c

Adil-Girey, Crimean khan 20 17c

Adolf Fredrik, king of Sweden 38 1745-48

Adolphus, German or Swedish context. Use Adolf

Adolphus Frederick, Swedish king. Use Adolf Fredrik 48 1772-74

Adrian 03 12-13c

Adrian Angelov, cellarer of Trinity monastery 12 16c

Adrian Zakharich, mayor 04 13-14c

Adrian, elder of Androsov hermitage 12 16c

Adyl Girey, Crimean crown prince 10 16c

Aepa, son of Girgen, khan 02 11-12c

Aepa, son of Osen, khan 02 11-12c

Aeschylus, Greek dramatist 01 9-11c

Aetius, Roman commander 04 13-14c

Afanasiev, guards officer 48 1772-74

Afanasiev, Boris, servant of Nagoys 13 1584-98

Afanasiev, Ilia, factory worker, rioter 48 1772-74

Afanasiev, Ivan 07 15c

Afanasiev, Ivan, master bell caster 12 16c

Afanasiev, S. 29 18c

Afanaska, priesthod candidate 08 15c

Afanasy, abbot 06 1389-1462

Afanasy, abbot of Ferapont monastery 21 17c

Afanasy, abbot of St. Cyril m., Beloozero 12 16c

Afanasy, abbot of St. Simon monastery, Brest 17 1634-45

Afanasy, metropolitan of Moscow 10 16c

Afanasy, monk of Savior monastery (Staraia Rusa) 12 16c

Afanasy (sobriquet Dog's Snout) 18 16-17c

Afanasy (sobriquet Drugan), archpriest of Trinity cathedral (Pskov) 18 16-17c

Afanasy Danilovich, prince 04 13-14c

Afanasy Yurievich, mayor of Pskov 07 15c

Affony, metropolitan of Novgorod 17 1634-45

Agafangel, deacon 21 17c

Agafia (Konchaka), wife of Prince Yury of Moscow 04 13-14c

Agafia, female name 25 1680s

Agafitsa, first name 25 1680s

Aganthyr. See Aktevu 01 9-11c

Agathyrus, son of Hercules 01 9-11c

Agish, Tatar name 45 1766-68

Agish, Prince 07 15c

Agnes, queen of Poland, daughter of Leopold III of Austria 02 11-12c

Agrafena Vasilievna Cheliadnina, nurse of Ivan IV 09 16c

Agrinov, Tatar family 09 16c

Agrippina, grand princess of Riazan 07 15c

Ahitophel, OT figure 23 17c

Ählrendorff, Paul, foreign goldsmith 17 1634-45

Ahmad Khan, Persian ambassador to Russia 35 1730s

Ahmad, khan of the Golden Horde 07 15c

Ahmad-Girey 09 16c

Ahmed Pasha 34 1730s

Ahmed Pasha, governor of Baghdad 38 1745-48

Ahmed Pasha, grand vizier 16 1613-34

Ahmed, Turkish sultan 16 1613-34

Ahmed-agi, councillor of Crimean khan 25 1680s

Ahmet III, Turkish sultan 48 1772-74

Aidar, Tatar name 45 1766-68

Aiguillon, Emmanuel-Armand de Vigneret, Duc d', French foreign minister 48 1772-74

Aigust, Lithuanian prince 04 13-14c

Aigustov, member of the service gentry 35 1730s

Aigustov, scrivener 12 16c

Aiuka, Kalmyk chief (1678) 25 1680s

Akema, Thielmann, Dutch manufacturer 17 1634-45

Åkerhielm, Samuel, Swedish senator 38 1745-48

Akhanatkov, Novgorod undersecretary 18 16-17c

Akhbulatov, Gaur, Bashkir leader 23 17c

Akhia, Turkish kinglet 18 16-17c

Akhkozia, Tatar envoy 04 13-14c

Akhmat, son of Temir 04 13-14c

Akhmat, Tatar baskak 06 1389-1462

Akhmat, Tatar name 45 1766-68

Akhmet Chelibei, Crimean ambassador 14 1598-1606

Akhmet Suleshev, Crimean pasha 14 1598-1606

Akhmetek, Cheremiss leader 10 16c

Akhmyl, Tatar envoy 04 13-14c

Akinf Fedorovich Shuba, commander 04 13-14c

Akinf, boyar 04 13-14c

Akinf, Fedor Davidovich 08 15c

Akinf, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Akinfev, supporter of first False Dmitry 14 1598-1606

Akinfov, servant to Pr. Prozorovsky 17 1634-45

Akinfov, Ivan, table attendant 20 17c

Akinfovy, boyars 12 16c

Ako 03 12-13c

Aksakov, Ivan, dragoon captain 38 1745-48

Aksenov, Mikhail 15 1606-13

Aksentiev, Grigory, adjutant 21 17c

Aksiutka, prostitute 17 1634-45

Aktevu, emissary of Princess Olga 01 9-11c

Akudinov, Timofey, pretender, fictitious son of Tsar V.I. Shuisky 18 16-17c

Akutin, soldier 48 1772-74

Alabushev, master sergeant 35 1730s

Aladcheninov, captain 35 1730s

Aladyin, Denis, nobleman 16 1613-34

Alakoz, envoy from Kaffa 07 15c

Alba-Murza, Nogay chieftain 16 1613-34

Albedlil, major general 41 1757-61

Albert of Mecklenburg, Swedish king 06 1389-1462

Albert of Teschen, Saxon prince 46 168-70

Albert, bishop of Riga 04 13-14c

Albert, duke of Saxony 09 16c

Albert, margrave of Brandenburg 09 16c

Albrecht, Major 34 1730s

Aldark 29 18c

Aldobrandini, Cardinal 14 1598-1606

Alegam, Tatar name 45 1766-68

Aleksandr. Use Alexander 45 1766-68

Aleksandrov, Fedor, musketeer captain 20 17c

Aleksasha, pet name for Menshikov 26 1690s

Alekseev, Alexis, clerk of Astrakhan town office 21 17c

Alekseev, Mina, guard 17 1634-45

Alekseev, Murtoza, private secretary to Prince K.M. Cherkassky 21 17c

Alekseev, Pimen, Old Believer petitioner 48 1772-74

Alekseevich 25 1680s

Alekseevna 25 1680s

Aleksei. Use Alexis

Alena, participant in peasant war 21 17c

Alenin, Vasily Timofeevich. See Yermak 12 16c

Aleviry Friazin 45 1766-68

Alexa 04 13-14c

Alexa Motkinich, inhabitant of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Alexander, a German 10 16c

Alexander, archbishop of Novgorod 12 16c

Alexander, bishop of Viatka 21 17c

Alexander, Byzantine emperor 01 9-11c

Alexander, Christian name of Vytautas 06 1389-1462

Alexander, deacon 29 18c

Alexander, elder 12 16c

Alexander, Georgian tsarevich, son of Teimuraz I 23 17c

Alexander, grand prince of Lithuania 07 15c

Alexander, Imeretian tsar 23 17c

Alexander, Kazan khan 12 16c

Alexander, mayor 04 13-14c

Alexander, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Alexander, Moldavian prince 12 16c

Alexander, prince of Be¬z 04 13-14c

Alexander, prince of Lipetsk 04 13-14c

Alexander, prince of Pskov 04 13-14c

Alexander, ruler of Kakhetia 14 1598-1606

Alexander, saint 06 1389-1425

Alexander, son of Narimunt 04 13-14c

Alexander, Yaroslav's eldest son 06 1389-1462

Alexander Abakumovich 04 13-14c

Alexander Andreevich Sviblo 04 13-14c

Alexander Beleut 04 13-14c

Alexander Danilovich, prince 04 13-14c

Alexander Dvorianinets, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Alexander Glebovich, prince of Smolensk 04 13-14c

Alexander IV, pope 04 13-14c

Alexander Ivanovich, commander 04 13-14c

Alexander Kazimirovich, Lithuanian GP 10 16c

Alexander Konstantinovich, prince of Uglich 04 13-14c

Alexander Markovich, prince of Tver 04 13-14c

Alexander Mikhailovich, prince of Pronsk 04 13-14c

Alexander Mikhailovich, prince of Pskov 06 1389-1462

Alexander Mikhailovich, son of Mikhail Yaroslavich, prince of Tver 04 13-14c

Alexander Mikhailovich, vicegerent of Simeon Ivanovich in Riazan (= Mikhail Alexandrovich?) 04 13-14c

Alexander Mikhailovich of Tver, son of Mikhail Yaroslavich, prince of Tver 04 13-14c

Alexander Nevsky. See Alexander Yaroslavich Nevsky 24

Alexander of Macedon 17 1634-45

Alexander of Macedon 24

Alexander Pleshchey, Kostroma commander 04 13-14c

Alexander the Great 26 1690s

Alexander Vasilievich, prince. of Suzdal 04 13-14c

Alexander VI, Pope 07 15c

Alexander Vsevolodovich, émigré prince of Smolensk 04 13-14c

Alexander Vsevolodovich, prince of Pskov 04 13-14c

Alexander Vsevolodovich of Be¬sk 03 12-13c

Alexander Yaroslavich Nevsky, prince of Novgorod 24

Alexander Yurievich, Prince 07 15c

Alexander,,drovna,,drovich 45 1766-68

Alexandra, grand princess 06 1389-1462

Alexandra, religious name of Tsaritsa Irina Fedorovna 14 1598-1606

Alexeev, envoy to Constantinople 09 16c

Alexeev, Pimen, Old Believer 48 1772-74

Alexis, abbot 09 16c

Alexis, abbot 23 17c

Alexis, archbishop of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Alexis, archbishop of Rostov 12 16c

Alexis, architect in Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Alexis, archpriest 09 16c

Alexis, bishop of Suzdal 04 13-14c

Alexis, bishop of Vladimir 06 1389-1462

Alexis, Dominican monk 04 13-14c

Alexis, heretic priest 08 15c

Alexis, metropolitan of Moscow 14 1598-1606

Alexis, saint 06 1389-1462

Alexis Alexeevich, tsarevich 21 17c

Alexis Antonovich 38 1745-48

Alexis Bosovolokov 04 13-14c

Alexis Dvorsky 02 11-12c

Alexis Mikhailovich, Tsar 14 1598-1606

Alexis Petrovich, royal prince 29 18c

Alexis Petrovich Khvost, boyar 04 13-14c

Alexis Sbyslavich, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Alexis the Miracle Worker 09 16c

Alexis the Younger of Pskov, icon painter 09 16c

Alexius Comnenus, Byzantine emperor 02 11-12c

Alferiev, Ivan 09 16c

Alferiev, Nikifor, junior boyar, ambassador to England 16 1613-34

Alferiev, Roman, Muscovite envoy 10 16c

Alferiev, Roman Vasilievich, secretary, printer 13 1584-98

Alferiev, Semeon, assistant to Bodgan Belsky 14 1598-1606

Alfimov, ambassador to Constantinople 17 1634-45

Alfimov, Nazar, table attendant 20 17c

Alfonso II, duke of Ferrara 11 16c

Algazy, Tatar name 45 1776-78

Algirdas (Olgerd), Lithuanian prince, son of Gediminas 04 13-14c

Alhazy, Prince 07 15c

Ali, Moldavian pasha 46 1768-70

Ali, Turkish envoy 38 1745-48

Ali Bey, Egyptian pasha 48 1772-74

Ali Bey, seraskir pasha 48 1772-74

Ali Khan 07 15c

Ali Pasha, vizier 34 1730s

Ali Quli Khan, shah of Persia 38 1745-48

Aliabev, Muscovite envoy to Crimea 10 16c

Aliabiev, Andrei Semenovich, governor N. Novgorod 15 1606-13

Aliabiev, governor 17 1634-45

Alikei, Crimean prince 10 16c

Alkhagy, Prince (Tatar) 45 1766-68

Allegretti, imperial ambassador 29 17c

Almazov, Ivan 34 1730s

Aloe, secretary to Count Malachowski 41 1757-61

Alois, Saxon agent 45 1766-68

Alp-Saltan, son of Mengli-Girey 09 16c

Alstrin, Swedish archbishop 38 1745-48

Altieri (Paluzzi degli Albertoni), nephew of Pope Clement X 23 17c

Alton, Richard d', Austrian general 48 1772-74

Altunopa, Polovetsian 02 11-12c

Altyn, Mongol khan 23 17c

Aluf, son of Earl Ragnvald 01 9-11c

Alyosha Popovich, folk hero 01 9-11c

Amaliia Luiza, Amalie Louise, princess 35 1730s

Aman (Haman), chief minister of Assuerus (Ahasuerus) 24

Ambrose (Amvrosy Zertis-Kamensky), archbishop of Moscow 48 1772-74

Ambrose 48 1772-74

Ambrose (Yushkevich), archbishop 38 1745-48

Amelfa Timofeevna, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Amelot de Chaillou, Jean-Jacques 35 1730s

Amin, envoy 04 13-14c

Amman, Johann 35 1730s

Amos, Archpriest 15 1606-13

Amphilochios, Greek archimandrite 17 1634-45

Amragan, chief Tatar tax collector 04 13-14c

Amurat III, Turkish sultan (see also Murad III) 23 17c

Amvrosii , use Ambrose 45 1766-68

Amvrosy, translator 12 16c

Anania, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Ananias, NT character 23 17c

Ananias, Tatar convert to Christianity 06 1389-1462

Ananiev, Liubim 16 1613-34

Ananin, Vasily 07 15c

Anany Okolnichy, witness to GP Simeon's treaty 04 13-14c

Anastasia. See Rogned 01 9-11c

Anastasia, daughter of Ivan I 04 13-14c

Anastasia, daughter of Yaroslav the Wise 01 9-11c

Anastasia, niece of Yury Rogatinets 18 16-17c

Anastasia, princess of Slutsk 09 16c

Anastasia, widow of Grand Prince Alexander Mikhailovich 04 13-14c

Anastasia Romanova, tsaritsa, wife of Ivan the Terrible 10 16c

Anastasios, Greek 21 17c

Anastasius, native of Cherson 01 9-11c

Anbal, steward 03 12-13c

Anchorite, Fedor the Anchorite 45 1766-68

Andreas von Stuckland, master of Livonian Order 04 13-14c

Andreev, Afanasy, Terek Cossack captain 14 1598-1606

Andreev, Dobrynka, peasant 09 16c

Andreev, Kirill, Chigirin colonel 20 17c

Andreev, Kolenik - Kolenyk Andryiv, Zaporozhian hetman 18 16-17c

Andreev, Kuzma, city official of Pskov 24

Andreev, M., government inspector 29 18c

Andreev, Mikhail, Belgorod council president 38 1745-48

Andreev, Vasily, murderer of Archbishop Andrei, archpriest 10 16c

Andreev, Vasily, Zaporozhian ataman 13 1584-98

Andrei, abbot in Tver, later bishop 06 1389-1462

Andrei, bishop of Moscow 04 13-14c

Andrei, majordomo 04 13-14c

Andrei, prince of Staritsa, brother of Vasily III 09 16c

Andrei, prince of Viazma 04 13-14c

Andrei, second son of Yaroslav 06 1389-1462

Andrei, slave of S. Naumov 21 17c

Andrei, son of Algirdas 04 13-14c

Andrei, tsar's confessor 12 16c

Andrei Alexandrovich, grand prince 06 1389-1462

Andrei Alexandrovich, prince of Gorodets 06 1389-1462

Andrei Alexandrovich, prince of Tver 04 13-14c

Andrei Alexandrovich, prince, son of Alexander Nevsky 04 13-14c

Andrei Bogoliubsky, grand prince 03 12-13c

Andrei Dmitrievich, prince of Mozhaisk 04 13-14c

Andrei Georgievich (Yurievich) Bogoliubsky, grand prince of Vladimir 02 11-12c

Andrei (Hunchback), son of Kestutis 04 13-14c

Andrei Ivanovich, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Andrei Ivanovich, prince, son of Ivan I 04 13-14c

Andrei Ivanovich, prince, son of Ivan II 04 13-14c

Andrei Ivanovich, prince, son of Ivan III 08 15c

Andrei Klimovich, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Andrei Kobyla 04 13-14c

Andrei Konstantinovich, Novgorod boyar 04 1389-1425

Andrei Konstantinovich, pr. of N. Novgorod 04 13-14c

Andrei Lazarevich, boyar 02 11-12c

Andrei Liakh, cossack ataman 12 16c

Andrei Mstislavich, prince of Briansk 04 13-14c

Andrei Mstislavich, prince of Chernigov 04 13-14c

Andrei Nikolaich, prince 48 1772-74

Andrei Odinets, boyar 04 13-14c

Andrei Pervozvannyi, Andrew the First, called, Apostle 25 1680s

Andrei Serkizovich 04 13-14c

Andrei Shuba 04 13-14c

Andrei Stanislavich, boyar 03 12-13c

Andrei the Elder, prince 06 1389-1462

Andrei the Younger, prince 06 1389-1462

Andrei Vasilievich (Elder), prince of Vologda, brother of Ivan III 07 15c

Andrei Vasilievich (Younger), pr. of Vologda, brother of Ivan III 07 15c

Andrei Viazemsky 04 13-14c

Andrei Vingolt, son of Algirdas. Use Vongolt-Andrei 04 13-14c

Andrei Vladimirovich, pr. of Volhynia 02 11-12c

Andrei Vladimirovich of Uglich 04 13-14c

Andrei Vratislavich, vicegerent in Novgorod 04 13-14c

Andrei Vsevolodovich, prince of Chernigov 04 13-14c

Andrei Yaroslavich 04 13-14c

Andrei Yurievich, prince of Vladimir-Suzdal 48 1772-74

Andrei Yurievich, prince of Volhynia 04 13-14c

Andrei, -dreevna, -dreevich 45 1766-68

Andrenich, official of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Andrev, Erik, Swedish translator 16 1613-34

Andrew, apostle 01 9-11c

Andrew I, king of Hungary 01 9-11c

Andrew II, crown prince, later king of Hungary 04 13-14c

Andrew of Crete, saint 06 1389-1462

Andrew the Holy Fool, 9c Greek saint 23 17c

Andrikh Dobrianikov, folk hero 01 9-11c

Andriushka, Novgorod man 04 13-14c

Andronicus Comnenus, Byzantine emperor 06 1389-1462

Andronik, abbot 35 1730s

Andronov, Fedor, trader, treasurer to collaborationist regime 16 1613-34

Andrush, cossack ataman 12 16c

Anfim, son of Archpriest Sylvester 12 16c

Anforowicz, Mikolaj, Polish ambassador to Moscow 16 1613-34

Angeli, Byzantine imperial house 06 1389-1462

Angelov, Mikula 07 15c

Anhalt, prince of, Prussian general 38 1745-48

Anikiev, Ivan 07 15c

Ankindin, abbot 03 12-13c

Anna, Byzantine empress and sister ofVasily II 08 15c

Anna, Byzantine princess, wife of Vladimir 01 9-11c

Anna, daughter of Grand Prince Vasily Dmitrievich 06 1389-1462

Anna, daughter of Ivan IV 12 16c

Anna, daughter of Sigismund I, wife of Stefan Bathory 13 1584-98

Anna, daughter of Yaroslav the Wise 01 9-11c

Anna, second wife of Jagiello, possibly Russian princess 15 1606-13

Anna, sister of Dmitry Donskoy 04 13-14c

Anna, sister of Ivan III 07 15c

Anna, sister of Sigismund Augustus, wife of Stefan Bathory 11 16c

Anna, sister of Sigismund III, queen of Sweden 13 1584-98

Anna, wife of Vasily Ivanovich 06 1389-1462

Anna, wife of Vladimir Sviatoslavich 12 16c

Anna, wife of Vytautas 04 13-14c

Anna Alexeevna, tsarevna 21 17c

Anna Ioannovna, Russian princess. Use Anna Ivanovna 48 1772-74

Anna Ioannovna, duchess of Courland 29 18c

Anna Ivanovna, empress 38 1745-48

Anna Ivanovna, nun 35 1730s

Anna Koltovskaia, tsaritsa, fourth wife of Ivan IV 15 1606-13

Anna Leopoldovna, princess 35 1730s

Anna Mikhailovna, tsarevna 17 1634-45

Anna Petrovna 29 18c

Anne, duchess of Brittany 08 15c

Anne of Holstein 41 1757-61

Annibale di Capua, papal nuncio in Poland 13 1584-98

Anthony of Padua 26 1690s

Anthony, abbot of Annunciation monastery, Novgorod 16 1613-34

Anthony, abbot of Caves monastery, saint 06 1389-1462

Anthony, archimandrite of Savior monastery, Murom 21 17c

Anthony, abbot of Solovetsk monastery 15 1606-13

Anthony, bishop of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Anthony, bishop of Turov 06 1389-1462

Anthony, saint, founder of Kiev Caves monastery 02 11c

Anthony, librarian of Trinity monastery 17 1634-45

Anthony, metropolitan 12 16c

Anthony, patriarch 06 1389-1462

Anton - Antin (Ukr.) 18 16-17c

Anton, boyar from Pereiaslavl 04 13-14c

Anton, German doctor 08 15c

Anton Ulrich, prince of Brunswick 38 1745-48

Antonio, prince of Portugal 34 1730s

Antonius Melissa, author 06 1389-1462

Antonov 08 15c

Antonov, crown secretary 16 1613-34

Antony, abbot 29 18c

Antony, bishop of Chernigov 02 11-12c

Antony, metropolitan of Vinnitsa 23 17c

Antony, Roman leader 46 1768-70

Antoshka, brigand 17 1634-45

Anund (Jacob), Swedish king 01 9-11c

Aphroditian 09 16c

Apostol, Pavel (Pavlo, Ukr.) 20 17c

Appak, Crimean Tatar nobleman 45 1766-68

Appak, Tatar nobleman 09 16c

Apraksin, Russian courier to Denmark 18 16-17c

Apraksin, Tushino crown secretary 15 1606-13

Apraksin, Count Fedor Matveevich 38 1745-48

Apraksin, Count Peter Fedorovich, Russian general 48 1772-74

Apraksin, Count Stepan Fedorovich, field marshal 41 1757-61

Apraksin, F.M 29 18c

Apraksin, General Admiral Count 34 1730s

Apraksin, P.M 29 18c

Apraksin, Stepan Fedorovich, field marshal 46 1768-70

Aprelev, Bogdan, Grodno commander 20 17c

Apukhtin (Opukhtin), senator 29 18c

Arakcheev, general 35 1730s

Arapsha, Tatar prince 04 13-14c

Araslan Arsevich, Tatar prince 17 1634-45

Araslan-aga, Turkish ambassador 17 1634-45

Arbuzhev, witness in trial 06 1389-1462

Arcadius, Byzantine emperor 10 16c

Archangel Michael 06 1389-1462

Archil, Georgian king 29 18c

Arefa 03 12-13c

Arefiev, merchant 38 1745-48

Arendarenko, Timofey (Orendarenko, Tymish) Zaporozhian hetman 18 16-17c

Areskin (Erskine), Robert 29 18c

Areskin, Dr., Russian version of Dr. John Erskine 45 1766-68

Arfberg, Heinrich von, grand master 04 13-14c

Argus, mythical guardian 23 17c

Aristides, military leader 35 1730s

Aristotle, Greek philosopher 12 16c

Aristov, S. 29 18c

Aristov, undersecretary 16 1613-34

Årkenholz, Swedish court councillor 38 1745-48

Armfeld, Baron, Swedish major 41 1757-61

Arneth, Alfred, Ritter von 48 1772-74

Arnim, Baron, Prussian envoy to Denmark 48 1772-74

Arnold von Neuendorf 04 13-14c

Arnulf of Carinthia 01 9-11c

Arpoxais, legendary ancestor of Scythians 01 9-11c

Arquien, Marie-Casimire de la Grange d', wife of Jan Sobieski 25 1680s

Arsenevaia, Arseniev 45 1766-68

Arsenievs 35 1730s

Arsenios, Greek, hieromonk, proofreader 21 17c

Arsenius of Elasson 15 1606-13

Arsenius, abbot of St. Cosmas and St. Damian monastery 03 12-13c

Arsenius, archbishop of Pskov 24

Arsenius, Serbian patriarch 35 1730s

Arseny, archbishop of Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Arseny, archbishop of Pskov 21 17c

Arseny, bishop in Galich 06 1389-1462

Arseny, bishop of Lvov 12 16c

Arseny, bishop of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Arseny, bishop of Riazan 03 12-13c

Arseny, bishop of Tver 06 1389-1462

Arseny, cellarer of St. Nicholas monastery 10 16c

Arseny, monk 24

Arshinsky, Danilo Danilovich, commander of Nerchinsk 23 17c

Arshinsky, Ivan, musketeer colonel 23 17c

Artaxerxes, king 24

Artemka, peasant 18 16-17c

Artemy, abbot of Trinity monastery 10 16c

Artemy, bishop 04 13-14c

Artemy, Dutch artist in Russian service 23 17c

Artiush, undersecretary 09 16c

Artiushka, peasant 18 16-17c

Artsybashev, citizen of Novgorod 18 16-17c

Asalom 09 16c

Asan, Bulgar prince 04 13-14c

Asch, Baron von, doctor 48 1772-74

Asch, Egor Fedotovich (Georg von), army doctor 48 1772-74

Asch, lieutenant colonel 41 1757-61

Askold, early prince of Kiev 24

Asmanak, Siberian prince 14 1598-1606

Asmud, tutor to Prince Sviatoslav 01 9-11c

Assan 45 1766-68

Asseburg, Danish envoy 45 1766-68

Assuerus, biblical king 24

Astafiev, landowner 35 1730s

Astafiev, Muscovite emissary to Lithuania 10 16c

Astafiev, A., clerk 29 18c

Astafiev, D., clerk 29 18c

Astafiev, Denis, Russian ambassador to Poland 20 17c

Aston, Isaac, father of Arthur/Artemy 17 1634-45

Aston, Sir Arthur (Artemy), English mercenary 16 1613-34

Asyka, Prince 07 15c

Atalyk-Musly, Tatar 13 1584-98

Ateas, Scythian ruler 01 9-11c

Athanasius, metropolitan of Iconium 21 17c

Athanasius, patriarch 04 13-14c

Atsaroty, physician 35 1730s

Atsymguk, Cherkess chieftain 10 16c

Attila, king of the Huns 24

August, duke of Holstein 38 1745-48

August of Saxony, duke 06 1389-1462

August III, elector of Saxony, king of Poland 38 1745-48

Augustus, emperor of Rome 24

Augustus, false tsarevich 15 1606-13

Augustus, "tsarevich," impostor 24

Augustus II, Polish king , use August 34 1730s

Augustus III, Polish king, use August 34 1730s

Aul-Letif, ruler of Kazan 07 15c

Auxentius, bishop of Milan 18 16-17c

Avdey, craftsman in Kholm 06 1389-1462

Avdotia, princess 06 1389-1462

Avdulov, ensign 48 1772-74

Avdulova, wife 48 1772-74

Averky, Rostov boyar 04 13-14c

Avezbakey, service Tatar 23 17c

Avfony, metropolitan of Novgorod 21 17c

Avraam, Armenian merchant in Moscow 23 17c

Avraamy Palitsyn, chronicler, cellarer of Trinity monastery 15 1606-13

Avram, chiliarch in Novgorod 04 13-14c

Avram, treasurer of Vilna 09 16c

Avramov, Mikhail Petrovich 34 1730s

Avramov, Simon, resident in Persia 38 1745-48

Avril, Phillippe, French Jesuit in Moscow, 1689 25 1680s

Avtomonov, merchant 38 1745-48

Avvakum Petrov, archpriest 21 17c

Avvakum, archpriest 48 1772-74

Azarias, Tatar convert to Christianity 06 1389-1462

Azary, cellarer of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Azi-Baba 07 15c

Azi-Girey 07 15c

Azi Khozrev, Persian ambassdor 13 1584-98

Aziz (Oziz), khan 04 13-14c

Baarynov, Tatar family 45 1766-68

Babaev, Mstislav magistrate 48 1772-74

Babich, Prince Yury 08 15c

Babin, Alexander, Ustiug townsman 18 16-17c

Babkin, Moscow merchant 35 1730s

Babkin, Nekhoroshy, native of Suzdal 15 1606-13

Babur, Indian king 09 15c

Bagrat, son of Imeretian tsar Alexander 23 17c

Bagre 29 18c

Baharev, Davyd, independent alcoholic beverage retailer in Pskov 24

Baiazet, Tatar name 45 1766-68

Baidera, Tatar envoy 04 13-14c

Baikov, chancellery official 13 1584-98

Baikov, Fedor, junior boyar 23 17c

Bakar, Georgian royal and army officer 38 1745-48

Bakasov family 13 1584-98

Bakhmetev 29 18c

Bakhmetev, colonel 48 1772-74

Bakhmetev, Nikolai, Moscow gendarme general 48 1772-74

Bakhsheisha, a Crimean official 07 15c

Bakhteev, butler to Empress Elizabeth 41 1757-61

Bakhterianov-Rostovsky, Prince 15 1606-13

Bakhterianov-Rovstovsky, Vladimir Ivanovich, boyar 16 1613-34

Bakhterianova-Rostovskaia, Princess 15 1606-13

Bakin, Favrila 16 1613-34

Baklanovsky, Ivan, nobleman 16 1613-34

Bakunin, consul in Persia 38 1745-48

Balaban, Gedeon (Hedeon), bishop of Lvov 18 16-17c

Balaban, Metropolitan Dionisius, of Kiev 25 1680s

Balagurov, Ya. 48 1772-74

Balashov, mine owner 38 1745-48

Balk (Balksha) 29 18c

Balk, Herman 04 13-14c

Baloven, cossack ataman 16 1613-34

Balthser, Dr., physician 16 1613-34

Baltuga, Yakut rebel leader, chief 25 1680s

Bandino, cardinal 18 16-17c

Banér, Gustav, Swedish general 13 1584-98

Banér, Sten, Swedish ambassador 13 1584-98

Bantysh-Kamensky, Nikolai Nikolaevich, historian 48 1772-74

Barabashenok, Yakov Fedorovich (Barabash, Yakiv Fedorovych, Ukr.) 20 17c

Baranovich, Lazar (Baranovych, Lazar, Ukr.) 20 17c

Baranshchikov, quartermaster 38 1745-48

Baray-Murza 17 1634-45

Barbara Radziwi¬¬, queen of Poland, wife of Sigismund Augustus 11 16c

Barbaro, Josafat 08 15c

Barberini, cardinal 23 17c

Bardas Skleros, Byzantine general 01 9-11c

Bardekeevich, colonel 38 1745-48

Barenklau, Johann Leopold von 35 1730s

Bariatinsky, Pr. Ivan Sergeevich, adjutant to Peter III, Russian minister to France 48 1772-74

Bariatynsky 29 18c

Bark, Count, Swedish ambassador in St. Petersburg 38 1745-48

Barkov, captain 46 1768-70

Barmin, Fedor 09 16c

Barnaby, foreign captain 17 1634-45

Barner, Kondrat von, Swedish ambassador 20 17c

Barsanuphius 09 16c

Bartenev, Danila, crown secretary 12 16c

Bartenev, F.O. 29 18c

Bartenev, Peter 48 1772-74

Bartenev, Vtoroy, treasurer of A. N. Romanov 14 1598-1606

Barthold 03 12-13c

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Baruch, Jewish contractor 41 1757-61

Barutovich, abbot 35 1730s

Baryshnikov, tax farmer 48 1772-74

Basenok, family name 08 15c

Basenok, Fedor, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Basenok, Fedor Vasilievich 08 15c

Basenok, Nikifor Fedorovich, boyar 08 15c

Basenok, Nikitor 45 1766-68

Bashilov, Tver chancellery official 38 1745-48

Bashkin, Matvey (Matiushka) Semeonovich, junior boyar, heretical leader 12 16c

Bashmakov, Afanasy, crown secretary in tax office 21 17c

Bashmakov, Dementy Minich, secret affairs crown secretary 20 17c

Basil, hospodar of Moldavia 18 16-17c

Basil II, Byzantine emperor 01 9-11c

Basil Porphyrogenitos 12 16c

Basil the Great, archbishop of Caesarea 08 15c

Basistoy (Basitsky, Bositsky), Andrei, native of Smolensk 17 1634-45

Basmanov, Fedor Alekseevich 10 16c

Basmanov, Ivan Fedorovich, lord-in-waiting 14 1598-1606

Basmanov, Peter Fedorovich, boyar 24

Basmanov-Pleshcheev, Alexis Danilovich 10 16c

Bass, Dirk, Dutch emissary 16 1613-34

Bassewitz 34 1730s

Bastanov, Ivan IV's courier 11 16c

Bastevik, second major 46 1768-70

Bat, Jakob, Swedish emissary 16 1613-34

Bathory, Stephen, prince of Transylvania, king of Poland 24

Batu, khan, leader of Mongol invasion 06 1389-1462

Baturin, convict (exile) 48 1772-74

Bauer, Friedrich Wilhelm von, general 46 1768-70

Bauer, Jakob, German bailiff 16 1613-34

Bavaria, prince of 08 15c

Bayazet, sultan 45 1766-68

Bayazet II, sultan of Turkey 07 15c

Bayer, Gottlieb Siegfried 35 1730s

Baygara, Husain Mirza, sultan of Moghul empire 07 15c

Bayle, Pierre 35 1730s

Bazhenka, steward 16 1613-34

Bazhenov, peasant 24

Bazhenov, Vasily Ivanovich, architect 48 1772-74

Beata Andreevna, lady of the bedchamber 38 1745-48

Beccaria, Cesare 48 1772-74

Beckenstein, Johann Simon 35 1730s

Beckmann, Reinhold, former ambassador to England 14 1598-1606

Beer, Adolph 48 1772-74

Beer, Martin, pastor of Moscow Lutheran church 14 1598-1606

Beevsky, Prince Andrei Vasilievich 07 15c

Beffart, von, grand master 04 13-14c

Begbely-Agtakov, Murza, Vogul leader 11 16c

Begich, Tatar prince 04 13-14c

Begich, Tatar warrior 06 1389-1462

Begichev, Ukrainian emissary to Second Militia Force 15 1606-13

Begichev, Kazarin 15 1606-13

Begichev, Mikhailo 15 1606-13

Behre, Mlle 38 1745-48

Beier, Polish colonel 11 16c

Bekbulat, Siberia prince 11 16c

Bekbulatovich, Simeon, monastic name Stefan 14 1598-1606

Bekesh, Gavril, Hungarian commander 11 16c

Bekhtev, Fedor Dmitrievich 41 1757-61

Beklemishev, investigator 17 1634-45

Beklemishev, Ivan Bersen. See Bersen-Beklemishev, Ivan 07 15c

Beklemishev, Nikita 07 15c

Beklemishev, Nikita, participant in 1642 Assembly 17 1634-45

Beklemishev, Semen 07 15c

Beklemishev, Semeon Nazarovich, governor of Chernigov 21 17c

Bekovich, officer 46 1768-70

Béla I, king of Hungary 02 11-12c

Béla II, king of Hungary 03 12-13c

Béla III, king of Hungary 03 12-13c

Belavin, tax farmer 48 1772-74

Beldiuz, khan 02 11-12c

Beleut, boyar 06 1389-1462

Belev 08 15c

Belevsky, prince 06 1389-1462

Belevsky, Prince Ivan Vasilievich 07 15c

Belevsky, Prince Vasily Vasilievich 07 15c

Belgurski, Count, Polish envoy 48 1772-74

Beliaev, A. 29 18c

Beliaev, Grigory, Tambov merchant 48 1772-74

Beliaeva, niece of Ivan Shikhirev 24

Belianinov, Pamfil, clerk of the Chancellery of Foreign Affairs 24

Belich, Efim, lieutenant 46 1768-70

Belinski, crown grand marshal 38 1745-48

Bell, Philipp, Livonian landmarshal 10 16c

Belle-Isle, duc de, French ambassador to Poland 38 1745-48

Beloborod, Ivan, Dutch merchant Jan de Waal 12 16c

Beloborodov, Yury, resident of Pskov 24

Beloselsky, Prince Mikhail 16 1613-34

Beloshveika, Matrena, prostitute 17 1634-45

Belous, fugitive 17 1634-45

Belous, Semeon, rebel leader 21 17c

Belous, Yatsko, cossack ataman 12 16c

Beloy, Johan, doctor 17 1634-45

Belsky family 09 16c

Belsky, Bogdan Yakovlevich 14 1598-1606

Belsky, David, defector to Lithuania 13 1584-98

Belsky, Grigory Lukianovich. See Maliuta Skuratov 15 1606-13

Belsky, Prince Dmitry Fedorovich 09 16c

Belsky, Prince Fedor 08 15c

Belsky, Prince Ivan 08 15c

Belsky, Prince Ivan Dmitrievich 10 16c

Belsky, Prince Mikhail 08 15c

Belsky, Prince Semen Ivanovich 07 15c

Beluk, khan 02 11-12c

Bely 08 15c

Bem, Isaac, Swedish governor of Kaianburg 15 1606-13

Benedict Bora, palatine of King Andrew of Hungary 03 12-13c

Benedikt, monk 14 1598-1606

Benevsky, Moric August (Baron Maurice à la Daré de Beneve), adventurer and exile 48 1772-74

Bengart, George, Swedish emissary 16 1613-34

Bengli-Mustafa, Pasha 34 1730s

Beniewski, Stanis¬aw, Polish castellan of Volyn 20 17c

Benoît, Prussian minister in Warsaw 48 1772-74

Benthorn, Reval commandant 20 17c

Beraguier (Beragie) 29 18c

Béranger, French diplomat in Russia 46 1768-70

Berdi-Beg, khan 04 13-14c

Berednikov, major 38 1745-48

Berendi, shepherd 02 11-12c

Berens, Prussian procurator 41 1757-61

Beresniewicz 34 1730s

Berezpolsky, Peter Ivanovich, prince 06 1389-1462

Berg, general 41 1757-61

Berga (Berka). Use Berke 04 13-14c

Bergholz 34 1730s

Bergholz, lord high chamberlain 38 1745-48

Bering, Vitus, explorer 38 1745-48

Berke (Berga, Berka), khan 04 13-14c

Berkutov, Dmitry, resident of Kaigorodok, rebel leader 24

Berlir, Savoyard innkeeper in Moscow 41 1757-61

Berlo, Bishop Arseny 34 1730s

Bernadine of Siena 07 15c

Bernardi, jeweller 41 1757-61

Berni, abbé François Joachim de, French foreign minister 41 1757-61

Bernoulli, Daniel 35 1730s

Bernoulli, Nicolaus 35 1730s

Bernstorf, Danish official 45 1766-68

Bernstorff, Count Andreas Peter, Danish foreign minister 48 1772-74

Bernstorff, Count Johann Hartwig, Danish foreign minister 48 1772-74

Bersen-Beklemishev, Ivan Nikiforovich, boyar 24

Bersenev 12 16c

Beschanstny, Ivan, clerk 21 17c

Beshentsov, Avdey, Pskov landlord 18 16-17c

Bessarion, John (Basil) Cardinal 07 15c

Bessonov, landowner 41 1757-61

Bessonov, Yury, foreign expert 17 1634-45

Bestuzhev, envoy of Ivan III 07 15c

Bestuzhev, Ivan 15 1606-13

Bestuzhev, Mikhail Petrovich 34 1730s

Bestuzhev, Peter 34 1730s

Bestuzhev, Savva, nobleman 18 16-17c

Bestuzhev-Riumin, Alexis Petrovich 34 1730s

Bestuzhev-Riumin, Andrei Petrovich, Russian statesman 48 1772-74

Bestuzhev-Riumin, Count Mikhail Petrovich, diplomat 41 1757-61

Bethlen Gabor, king of Hungary 16 1613-34

Betskoy, Ivan Ivanovich, Russian educator, philanthropist 48 1772-74

Bevern, Prince August Wilhelm of Brunswick-Bevern 41 1757-61

Bezdelkin, nobleman 38 1745-48

Beznin, conciliar secretary 13 1584-98

Beznin, Mikhail Andreevich, ambassador to Poland 13 1584-98

Beznosy (Beznos), K. 29 18c

Bezobrazov 29 18c

Bezobrazov, Istoma, chamberlain 13 1584-98

Bezobrazov, Ivan 14 1598-1606

Bezobrazov, Ivan, ambassador to Poland 14 1598-1606

Bezobrazov, Kuzma, peasant, "worthy man" 13 1584-98

Bezobrazov, Semeon, ambassador to Crimea 13 1584-98

Bezobrazov, Yakov Ivanovich, governor of Astrakhan 21 17c

 

Bezpaly, Ivan, acting hetman, Zaporozhian host judge 20 17c

Bezzubtsev, Konstantin Alexandrovich 07 15c

Bezzubtsev, Konstantin Alexandrovich, governor of Kolomna 12 16c

Bezzubtsev, Yury, noble 15 1606-13

Biakov, soldier, rioter 48 1772-74

Bianduk, Monomakh's servant 02 11-12c

Bias, one of the seven sages 24

Bibikov, ambassador to Crimea 13 1584-98

Bibikov, Alexander Ilich, general 48 1772-74

Biderbe, Lieutenant Colonel von 41 1757-61

Bidulfost, Olga's emissary 01 9-11c

Bielcke, Frau Johanna Dorothea, correspondent of Catherine II 48 1772-74

Bielke, Count 34 1730s

Bielke, Count Ture Gabriel 38 1745-48

Bielke, Gustav, Swedish ambassador 20 17c

Bielski, crown marshal of Poland 41 1757-61

Bilevich, Jan, envoy of Wallachia 25 1680s

Bil'finger- Bulffinger, name, personal 45 1766-68

Bilibin, Pskov secretary 12 16c

Bille, Danish court lady 46 1768-70

Billen, Streno, Danish ambassador 17 1634-45

Bills, Dr. Valentine, physician 16 1613-34

Binaki, Greek nobleman 46 1768-70

Birger of Bjälbo, Spiridon, Swedish commander, later king 04 13-14c

Birkenfeld = Prince Wilhelm of Hesse 38 1745-48

Birkhorst, Holstein noblewoman 38 1745-48

Birkin, Ivan Ivanovich 15 1606-13

Birkin, Vasily 13 1584-98

Biron (Bühren), Count Ernst Johann von 34 1730s

Biron, Karl 34 1730s

Biron, Magnus Johann 35 1730s

Biron, Major General Gustavus 34 1730s

Bismarck, General Christoph von 38 1745-48

Bitiagovsky, Danilo Mikhailovich 13 1584-98

Bitiagovsky, Mikhail, crown secretary 14 1598-1606

Blagov, ambassador to Turkey 13 1584-98

Blaznovy, auxiliary soldiers 12 16c

Blom, lieutenant colonel 41 1757-61

Blom, Klim, translator 16 1613-34

Blosset, Paul Marquis de, French envoy to Denmark 48 1772-74

Blud 03 12-13c

Blud, servitor to Prince Yaropolk 01 9-11c

Blümen, daughter of Brockdorff 38 1745-48

Blumentrost, Surgeon General 34 1730s

Blumentrost, L.L. 29 18c

Blumentrost, Lavrenty 35 1730s

Bobarykin, Nikita Mikhailovich, lord-in-waiting 23 17c

Bobarykin, Roman Fedorovich 21 17c

Boberg, burgomaster of Erengrund 38 1745-48

Boborykin, Yakov, nobleman 16 1613-34

Bobowski, Polish commander 15 1606-13

Bobrok, Dmitry Albiurtovich, Volhynian boyar 06 1389-1462

Bobrovskii, Bobrowski (Polish) 45 1766-68

Bobrowski, Lord, Polish hussar commander 15 1606-13

Bobrowski, Polish lord 15 1606-13

Bocharev, helmsman's apprentice 48 1772-74

Bocharov, apprentice 48 1772-74

Bockhoiven, Colonel Cornelius von 23 17c

Bodo, abbé 46 1768-70

Bodyrin, Fedor, hetman of Terek Cossacks 14 1598-1606

Boerhaave, doctor 38 1745-48

Boerhaave, professor 26 1690s

Bogadyr-Girey, Crimean khan 17 1634-45

Bogatko, Jewish merchant 41 1757-61

Bogatyr, Prince, son of Mohammed-Girey 09 16c

Bogdan, brigand from Tushino 15 1606-13

Bogdan, priest of St. Constantine's church, Uglich 13 1584-98

Bogdanov 34 1730s

Bogdanov, civil servant 48 1772-74

Bogdanov, gendarme 48 1772-74

Bogdanov, Grigory, crown secretary 20 17c

Bogdanov, Samiilo, judge-general 20 17c

Bogdanova, Elena 20 17c

Bogdykhan (Tsar Bogda), term for Chinese emperor 23 17c

Bogodaishchikov, Palka 07 15c

Bogolep, Boris Godunov's monastic name at death 14 1598-1606

Bogoliubsky, Andrei. See Andrei Bogoliubsky 08 15c

Bogomil, pagan priest 24

Bogowitinowicz, Bogusz 09 16c

Bogun (Bohun, Ukr.), Ivan, Pavoloch colonel 20 17c

Boguslav, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Bogusz, Lithuanian leader 46 1768-70

Bohn 34 1730s

Boian, legendary poet 03 12-13c

Boianda, Siberian ambassador to Ivan 11 16c

Boiardo, Matteo, Italian poet 46 1768-70

Boiashev, governor of Kashin 16 1613-34

Boiashinets, Komka, Tungus (Evenk) leader 23 17c

Boije, Goran, Swedish ambassador to Moscow 13 1584-98

Boks, leader of Antes 01 9-11c

Boldyr, Volga ataman 13 1584-98

Boleslas I the Terrible, Bohemian prince 01 9-11c

Boleslas II the Pious, Bohemian prince 01 9-11c

Boleslas III the Red, Bohemian prince 01 9-11c

Boleslav 03 12-13c

Boles¬aw, Polish prince, son of Mieszko 02 11-12c

Boles¬aw, son of Maria, prince of Mazovia 04 13-14c

Boles¬aw, son of W¬adys¬aw II 02 11-12c

Boles¬aw Conradowicz 04 13-14c

Boles¬aw I, the Brave (Chrobry), prince of Poland 02 11-12c

Boles¬aw II, the Bold (Szczodry), king of Poland 02 11-12c

Boles¬aw III Krzywousty ("Wrymouth") 02 11-12c

Boles¬aw IV, K. of Poland 02 11-12c

Boles¬aw Leszkowicz "the Shy" 04 13-14c

Boles¬aw "the Curly" 04 13-14c

Boles¬aw "the Tall" 04 13-14c

Boles¬aw Ziemowitowicz 04 13-14c

Boles¬aw, Henrykowicz 04 13-14c

Bolgarinovich, Joseph, bishop of Smolensk 07 15c

Bolkhov princes 04 13-14c

Bolkhovsky, Prince Semeon Dmitrievich, Muscovite envoy 11 16c

Bolognetti, Alberto, papal legate in Poland 13 1584-98

Bologovsky, military gov., Verkhny Lomov 41 1757-61

Bolotin, partner in factory 35 1730s

Bolotnikov, crown secretary 16 1613-34

Bolotnikov, Ivan Isaevich, rebel leader 14 1598-1606

Bolotnikov, Vasily 17 1634-45

Bolotnikova, Afimia, sister to F. Andronov 17 1634-45

Bolotov, Andrei Timofeevich 41 1757-61

Bolshov, Alexis, governor of Solvychegodsk 18 16-17c

Bolshoy-Khitrovo. See Khitrovo-Bolshoy 23 17c

Boltin, junior boyar 14 1598-1606

Boltin, Zhdan Petrovich, noble 15 1606-13

Bolush, khan 02 11-12c

Bomelius, Elisey, physician of Ivan IV 12 16c

Bona Sforza, wife of King Sigismund I 24

Bonac-d'Allion, marquis de 41 1757-61

Bonazzo 29 18c

Bonde, Count 34 1730s

Bonde, Swedish countess 41 1757-61

Bonde, Count Gustav, Swedish senator 38 1745-48

Boniak, khan 02 11-12c

Bonneval, Alexandre 34 1730s

Bono, Marco 45 1766-68

Bonumbre, Antonio Cardinal 07 15c

Boradaty, Stepan 07 15c

Borch, Jan, Polish vice chancellor 46 1768-70

Boretsky (Boretskaia), Marfa 07 15c

Boretsky, Andrei, brother of Metropolitan Job 16 1620s

Boretsky, Dmitry 07 15c

Boretsky, Fedor Issakovich 07 15c

Boretsky, Isaak 07 15c

Boretsky, Job, metropolitan of Kiev 16 1613-34

Boretsky, Prokopy, brother of Metropolitan Job 16 1613-34

Borg, Master Bernhard von der 08 15c

Borghese, Cardinal 14 1598-1606

Boriatinsky, Ivan Fedorovich 34 1730s

Boriatinsky, Prince (unspecified) 13 1584-98

Boriatinsky, Prince Aleksei 34 1730s

Boriatinsky, Prince Daniel Afanasievich 21 17c

Boriatinsky, Prince Daniel Astafievich, Muscovite commander 20 17c

Boriatinsky, Prince Fedor Petrovich 15 1606-13

Boriatinsky, Prince Fedor, regimental captain 20 17c

Boriatinsky, Prince Ivan 16 1613-34

Boriatinsky, Prince Ivan Petrovich, table attendant 20 17c

Boriatinsky, Prince Mikhail Petrovich, ambassador to Persia 16 c. 1630

Boriatinsky, Prince Yakov Petrovich 14 1598-1606

Boriatinsky, Prince Yury Nikitich, lord-in-waiting 20 17c

Boriatinsky, Prince, commander of Don expedition 17 1634-45

Borin 29 18c

Boris, Bulgarian ruler 01 9-11c

Boris, burgrave of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Boris, grand prince's vicegerent 04 13-14c

Boris, grand prince's vicegerent 04 13-14c

Boris, grandson of Grand Princess Maria 06 1389-1462

Boris, mayor of Pskov 06 1389-1462

Boris, prince of Nizhny Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Boris, prince of Tver 07 15c

Boris, son of Koloman 02 11-12c

Boris, tsar of Bulgaria 08 15c

Boris, vicegerent of Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Boris Alexandrovich, prince 06 1389-1462

Boris Andreevich, prince of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Boris Borkov, boyar 04 13-14c

Boris Danilovich 04 13-14c

Boris Davydovich, prince of Dmitrov 04 13-14c

Boris Fedorovich (nicknamed Polovoy), Tver boyar 06 1389-1462

Boris Fedorovich Godunov, tsar 14 1598-1606

Boris Konstantinovich, district chief of Korela 04 13-14c

Boris Konstantinovich, prince of Suzdal and Nizhny Novgorod 15 1606-13

Boris Negochevich, Novgorod exile 04 13-14c

Boris Semenov, tribute collector 04 13-14c

Boris Vasilievich, prince of Rostov 04 13-14c

Boris Vasilievich, prince of Volotsk, brother of Ivan III 07 15c

Boris Vasilkovich, prince of Rostov 04 13-14c

Boris Viacheslavich 02 11-12c

Boris Vladimirovich, prince of Rostov 01 9-11c

Boris Vladimirovich 04 13-14c

Boris Vsevolodovich 02 11-12c

Boris Yurievich 02 11-12c

Boris Zakhariich, boyar 02 11-12c

Boris Zhidislavich, commander 02 11-12c

Boris, Saint 02 11-12c

Boriska Vorkov, service tenure recipient 06 1389-1462

Borislav Nekurishevich, citizen of Torzhok 03 12-13c

Borislawski, Sapieha's emissary to Zarutsky 15 1606-13

Borisov, governor of Putivl 13 1584-98

Borisov, Ufa military governor 48 1772-74

Borisov, secretary 09 16c

Borisovichi 03 12-13c

Bor"ivoj, Bohemian prince 01 9-11c

Borken, Prussian envoy 45 1766-68

Borkov, governor 24

Bormholz, Swedish councillor 38 1745-48

Bormosov, brother of emissary 17 1634-45

Bormosov, Russian ambassador to C/ple 17 1634-45

Borodin, servitor of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Borodin, Druzhina, native of Pskov 18 16-17c

Borodin, Matvey, Tambov merchant 48 1772-74

Borovitsky (Borovytsky, Ukr.), Zhdan, castle constable of Ostrog 18 16-17c

Borskowski, Peter, emissary from Polish ambassadors 15 1606-13

Borys Zhirislavich, commander 03 12-13c

Borzecki, noble (Pol.) 15 1606-13

Borzkowski, Peter (Pol.) 15 1606-13

Borzobogaty (Borzobohaty)-Krasenski, Vasily, son of Jonas 18 16-17c

Borzobogaty (Borzobohaty)-Krasensky, Jonas (secular name Ivan), bishop of Lutsk and Ostrog 18 16-17c

Boswell, James 41 1757-61

Botta, Marquis de, Austrian ambassador 38 1745-48

Boutaric, Edgard 48 1772-74

Bovar, Marko Bukovich 46 1768-70

Bovod, Antona-Buova d'Antona 24

Bowes, Jerome, English traveller 12 16c

Boyle, Thomas, Englishman in Russian service 21 17c

Bozic, P. 29 18c

Brackel, Casimir Christoph von 35 1730s

Brandt, governor of Kazan 48 1772-74

Brandt, shipmaster 34 1730s

Brandt, Count Enevold, Danish colonel 48 1772-74

Brandt, Otto 48 1772-74

Brandt, Yakov Ilarionovich, governor of Kazan 48 1772-74

Branicki family 34 1730s

Branicki, Count Jan, grand royal hetman of Lithuania 38 1745-48

Branicki, Frantiszek-Ksavery, Polish grand hetman 48 1772-74

Branicki, Jan, Polish magnate 48 1772-74

Branicki, Nikolai Konstantinovich, Russian ambassador to Paris 48 1772-74

Brankovic, George. See George Brankovic, despot of Serbia 08 15c

Brankovic, Stepan. See Stepan Brankovic, despot of Serbia 08 15c

Brant, naval captain 35 1730s

Bratishchev, resident in Persia 38 1745-48

Bravlin, Rus prince 01 9-11c

Brazhnik, Zabolotsky-. See Zabolotsky- Brazhnik 07 15c

Brederode, Reinhold van, Dutch emissary 16 1617

Breithausen, Werner von 04 13-14c

Brekhov, crown secretary 21 17c

Bremen, Swedish ambassador 16 1613-34

Brenkov, Danila, Siberian merchant 13 1584-98

Brennder 29 18c

Breteuil (French envoy) 45 1766-68

Br"etislav I, prince of Bohemia 02 11-12c

Bretlack, Baron, Austrian ambassador 38 1745-48

Brevern, Count Hermann von 38 1745-48

Brevern, Karl von 35 1730s

Briachislav, prince of Polotsk 04 13-14c

Briachislav Davydovich 02 11-12c

Briachislav Iziaslavich 02 11-12c

Briachislav Sviatopolchich 02 11-12c

Briachislav Vasilkovich 02 11-12c

Briachislav Vasilkovich of Vitebsk 03 12-13c

Brink, colonel 48 1772-74

Brittany, duchess of 08 15c

Briukhanov, Kurmysh burgomaster 38 1745-48

Briukhanov, Timofey, monk of Tr. mon. 17 1634-45

Briukhaty, Yakov Afanasievich, mayor of Pskov 08 15c

Briukhovetsky, Ivan Martynovich (Martynovych, Ukr.) 20 17c

Brius, Ya.V. See Bruce, Jacob (James) 26 1690s

Briushin, servitor of Trinity monastery 15 1606-13

Brockdorf, count 41 1757-61

Brockdorff, Holstein chamberlain 38 1745-48

Broglie, Count Charles-François de, French amb. to Warsaw 48 1772-74

Broman, Swedish master of the court 38 1745-48

Broniewski, Marcin, Polish crown secretary 18 16-17c

Brontsov, J. 29 18c

Brostovskii (Brostowski), Polish 45 1766-68

Brostowski, Polish ambassador 25 1680s

Browne, Count George, governor of Riga (Livonia) 48 1772-74

Bruce, Count 46 1768-70

Bruce, Count Yakov Vilimovich 38 1745-48

Bruce, Countess 46 1768-70

Bruce, Jacob (Brius, Yakov.) 29 18c

Bruce, William, colonel 20 17c

Bruce, Yakov Alexandrovich, general 48 1772-74

Brudasty, Filipp 35 1730s

Brüggemann, Otto, Holstein ambassador 17 1634-45

Brühl, Count Heinrich von , Saxon minister 41 1757-61

Brümmer, Count Otto Friedrich 38 1745-48

Bruno, Catholic missionary 01 9-11c

Brunswick, duke of 48 1772-74

Brunswick family 38 1745-48

Brusentsov, secretary, Irkutsk chancellery 41 1757-61

Bryan, Thomas, English merchant in Moscow 23 17c

Brylkin, chamberlain, chief procurator of Senate 38 1745-48

Brzezinski, Polish leader 46 1768-70

Brzostowski, Cyprian, Lithuanian referendary 20 17c

Buchowecki, Polish emissary 11 16c

Buchowiecki, Marcin, provincial secretary for Poznan; 18 16-17c

Buchwald, Holstein diplomat 38 1745-48

Buckingham, duke of 07 15c

Buczynski, Jan, Polish secretary to first False Dmitry 14 1598-1606

Buczynski, Stanis¬aw, secretary to False Dmitry 14 1598-1606

Budakovsky 29 18c

Buddenbrock, general field marshal 41 1757-61

Buddeus, Johann Franz 35 1730s

Budy. See Blud 01 9-11c

Budzilo, Jozef, Polish colonel 15 1606-13

Bugovskoy 16 1613-34

Buinosov princely family 23 17c

Buinosov-Rostovsky, Prince Ivan 12 16c

Buinosov-Rostovsky, Prince Peter 12 16c

Buinosov-Rostovsky, Prince V.L., governor of Ivangorod 14 1598-1606

Buinosov-Rostovsky, Prince Vasily Ivanovich, governor of Novgorod 14 1598-1606

Buinosov-Rostovsky, Prince Yury Petrovich, governor of Novgorod 18 16-17c

Buinosova-Rostovskaia, Princess Maria Petrovna, betrothed to Prince V.I. Shuisky 14 1598-1606

Buka, foreign trader 17 1634-45

Bukhara, prince of 24

Bukharoy, undersecretary, emissary to Persia 16 1613-34

Bukhvostov, lieutenant colonel 48 1772-74

Bukhvostov, musketeer captain 18 16-17c

Bukkow, general 41 1757-61

Bukolov, interpreter 17 1634-45

Bukoval, Albanian captain 46 1768-70

Bukovalo, Greek captain 46 1768-70

Buksiban-Batyr, cossack merchant leader 38 1745-48

Bulat, Bek, Persian ambassador 16 1613-34

Bulat, Prince 09 16c

Bulat-Temir (Pulad-Temir), khan 04 13-14c

Bulatsel, lieutenant 41 1757-61

Bulavin, Kondraty, leader cossack rebellion 24

Bulffinger, Georg-Bernhard 35 1730s

Bulgakov, prince 10 16c

Bulgakov, trader 16 1613-34

Bulgakov "the Younger", prince 14 1598-1606

Bulgakov, Prince Grigory, Kazan governor 12 16c

Bulgakov-Kurakin, prince 10 16c

Bulgakov-Patrikeev, Dmitry 09 16c

Bulgakov-Patrikeev, Mikhail Golitsa 09 16c

Bulgakov-Patrikeev, Prince Ivan 09 16c

Bulmer, Ivan, lesser Polish noble 17 1634-45

Bulow, Nicholas, Vasily III's physician 09 16c

Bülow, colonel 41 1757-61

Bülow, Saxon minister in Prussia 38 1745-48

Bultat-Temir 04 13-14c

Bulygin, prince 12 16c

Bunakov, Andrei 14 1598-1606

Bunakov, Peter, table attendant 20 17c

Bunkov, Ivan, landowner 06 1389-1462

Buovo d'Antona, literary counterpart of Bova Korolevich 24

Burebistas, king of Getae 01 9-11c

Burgh, Albert Conrad de, Dutch emissary 16 1613-34

Burnash, Tatar prince 10 16c

Burnash-Irey 09 16c

Burtsov, Maxim Gavrilovich, undersecretary 23 17c

Burunday, Tatar tax collector 04 13-14c

Buslaev, Vasily, legendary hero of Novgorod 24

Buslay, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Bussow, Conrad, German soldier of fortune and chronicler 14 1598-1606

Bute, earl of 41 1757-61

Butenant, Heinrich, in Moscow 1680s 25 1680s

Butler, David 34 1730s

Butorin, A. 29 18c

Butov 06 1389-1462

Butovich, Dukhov monastery archimandrite 20 17c

Butovich, Grigory (Butovych, Hryhory , Ukr.), Pereiaslav archpriest 20 17c

Butsky, Antony, Uniate monk 18 16-17c

Buturlin (unspecified) 17 1634-45

Buturlin, commander of Russian forces in Dagestan 14 1598-1606

Buturlin, governor of Starodub 17 1634-45

Buturlin, Afanasy 09 16c

Buturlin, Akinfy, governor of Alatyr 21 17c

Buturlin, Alexander Borisovich 35 1730s

Buturlin, Alexander Borisovich, general-in-chief 38 1745-48

Buturlin, Andrei Nikitch, lord-in-waiting 09 16c

Buturlin, Andrei Vasilievich, lord-in-waiting, Kiev commander 20 17c

Buturlin, Grigory Fedorovich, commander 20 17c

Buturlin, Ivan, boyar 09 16c

Buturlin, Ivan Matveevich, lord-in-waiting 14 1598-1606

Buturlin, Ivan Matveevich 17 1634-45

Buturlin, Ivan Mikhailovich, commander in war against Bathory 11 16c

Buturlin, Mikhail Matveevich, governor of Novgorod 15 1606-13

Buturlin, Prince Alexis Yurievich 15 1606-13

Buturlin, Vasily Ivanovich, governor of Novgorod 15 1606-13

Buturlin, Vasily Ivanovich, table attendant 15 1606-13

Buturlin, Vasily Vasilievich, commander 21 17c

Buturlin-Klepik, Vasily 17 1634-45

Buturlin-Voron, Fedor Leontievich 17 1634-45

Buturlina 29 18c

Buzheninova, Kalmyk woman 35 1730s

Buzhinsky, G. 29 18c

Bykov, servant 41 1757-61

Bykowski, Lithuanian ambassador 12 16c

Bykowski, Polish courier 10 16c

Bylinsky 29 18c

Bystnitsk (Bistritsk), Polish 45 1766-68

Byvalets-Viazemsky, Prince Vasily 07 15c

Cabot, Sebastian, navigator 10 16c

Cagnoni, Russian emissary 35 1730s

Calkoen, Dutch resident in Turkey 34 1730s

Calvin, John, Protestant reformer 12 16c

Campitelli, Count, general 41 1757-61

Can Membet Bey. See Djan-Mambet-bey 48 1772-74

Canioni, diplomat 38 1745-48

Cantacuzene, Rodion, Moldavian magnate 46 1768-70

Cantacuzene, Serban, hospodar of Wallachia, Moldavian envoy 25 1680s

Cantacuzene, Thomas, Turkish ambassador to Russia 16 1613-34

Cantemir, Constantine 35 1730s

Cantemir, Dmitry 35 1730s

Cantemir, Prince Antioch Dmitrievich, diplomat 34 1730s

Canute, Danish king 03 12-13c

Canute, king of Denmark and England 01 9-11c

Caravac (Caravaque), L. 29 18c

Carlisle, Charles Howard, earl of 23 17c

Carloman, son of Louis the German 01 9-11c

Carlsson, Swedish ambassador to Turkey 38 1745-48

Carlyle, Thomas 41 1757-61

Carmarthen, Marquis of 26 1690s

Caroline Matilda, Danish queen 46 1768-70

Carpini, Giovanni de Piano, Franciscan friar, envoy to the Tatars 24

Casimir, Polish king 03 12-13c

Casimir, Polish prince 01 9-11c

Casimir, son of Jagailo, grand prince of Lithuania 06 1389-1462

Casimir Casimirowicz II "the Just" 04 13-14c

Casimir Conradowicz 04 13-14c

Casimir II, king of Poland 23 17c

Casimir IV, king of Poland and grand prince of Lithuania, son of Jagailo 08 15c

Casimir Restaurator, prince of Poland (Kazimierz Odnowiciel) 02 11-12c

Casimir the Great 04 13-14c

Casteja, de, French envoy 34 1730s

Castellane, Michel-Ange de, French diplomat 38 1745-48

Castera, Jean Henri de 48 1772-74

Cathcart, Charles Schaw, Lord, British envoy in Russia 45 1766-68

Catherine, princess, daughter of Sigismund I of Poland 10 16c

Catherine, sister to Elector George of Brandenburg 16 1613-34

Catherine Antonovna 38 1745-48

Catherine de Medici, queen of France 24

Catherine Ivanovna, duchess of Mecklenburg 38 1745-48

Catherine I, Alekseevna, Empress 29 18c

Catherine II, the Great, empress of Russia 24

Catherine, Princess, sister of Empress Anna 34 1730s

Catiline (Lucius Sergius Catilina), Roman praetor 23 17c

Cecil, William, English minister 13 1584-98

Cecilia Renata, Polish queen, sister of HRE Ferdinand II 17 1634-45

Ceklinski, Jozef, Polish marshal 15 1606-13

Celsing, Swedish resident in Turkey 38 1745-48

Césy, Philippe de Harlay, Comte de, French ambassador to Constantinople 16 1613-34

Chaadaev, Ivan Ivanovich, conciliar noble, Kiev commander 20 17c

Chaduev, musketeer 21 17c

Chagin, Moisey, Ustiug blacksmith 18 16-17c

Chalecki, Dymitr, Polish treasurer 18 16-17c

Chancellor, Richard, English sea captain 10 16c

Chanibek, Tatar khan. Use Jani-Beg 04 13-14c

Chapkun, Tatar prince 10 16c

Chaplin, Fedor, elder of Dmitrov 17 1634-45

Chappe d'Auteroche, French abbé 48 1772-74

Chapuiseau, captain 38 1745-48

Charlemagne (8-9c) 24

Charles, for German and Swedish rulers except Holy Roman Emperor, use Karl

Charles I, king of England 16 1613-34

Charles II, king of England 20 17c

Charles II, king of Spain 23 17c

Charles of Spain 09 16c

Charles IV, Holy Roman emperor 04 13-14c

Charles V, Holy Roman emperor 09 16c

Charles VI, Holy Roman emperor 34 1730s

Charles VII, elector of Bavaria, emperor 38 1745-48

Charles X Gustavus, king of Sweden. Use Karl Gustav 24

Charles XI, Swedish king. Use Karl 26 1690s

Charles XII, king of Sweden. Use Karl 29 18c

Charles XIII, king of Sweden. Use Karl 48 1772-74

Charles Martel 04 13-14c

Charles, brother of King Adolf Fredrik, use Karl 38 1745-48

Charles, duke of Södermanland, brother of Gustav III of Sweden. Use Karl 48 1772-74

Charles, Jacques, foreign colonel 17 1634-45

Charles, Samuel, foreign colonel 17 1634-45

Charlinski, Polish commander of False Dmitry II 15 1606-13

Charon, Gaston de, French emissary 16 1613-34

Châtelier, French ambassador to England 46 1768-70

Chauvelin, de 34 1730s

Cheban, rebel Nogay leader 23 17c

Cheblokov, Ladoga military governor 38 1745-48

Chebotov, lieutenant 20 17c

Chebotov, Ivan, boyar 12 16c

Chebyshev 29 18c

Chechen-Donduk, Kalmyk khan 38 1745-48

Chegirkhan, Mongol commander 03 12-13c

Chegodareva, Fedosia, officer's wife 48 1772-74

Chekin, Fedor 35 1730s

Chekin, Luka, sergeant 38 1745-48

Cheliadin, Andrei 08 15c

Cheliadin, Fedor Mikhailovich 08 15c

Cheliadin, Peter 07 15c

Cheliadnin, Ivan Andreevich, gov. of Pskov 09 16c

Cheliadnin, Ivan Ivanovich, boyar 12 16c

Cheliadnin, Ivan Petrovich (Yakovl'), boyar 12 16c

Cheliadnin, Ivan Petrovich Fedorovich, governor of Moscow 12 16c

Cheliadnin, Ivan Petrovich, boyar 09 16c

Cheliadnin, Mikhail Andreevich 08 15c

Cheliadnin, Semen Vasilievich (Yakovlev), boyar 12 16c

Cheliadnina, Agrafena. See Agrafena 09 16c

Chelibei, Akhmat, Crimean ambassador 14 1598-1606

Chelishchev, Ilia (Ileika) 09 16c

Chelishchev, junior boyar 07 15c

Chelishchev, Vasily, governor of Temnikov 21 17c

Cheliustkin, Petriushka Skok 20 17c

Chemesov, governor of Volokolamsk 15 1606-13

Chemesov, Stepan Vasilievich (d. 1639) 16 1613-34

Chemodanov, Ivan Ivanovich, table attendant, ambassador 23 17c

Chemodurov, colonel 38 1745-48

Chenei, Pankrat 08 15c

Chepchiugov, Ivan 17 1634-45

Chepchuguy, Buriat prince 17 1634-45

Cherkasov, Baron Ivan Antonovich 38 1745-48

Cheremisinov, Dementy Ivanovich, treasurer, boyar 13 1584-98

Cheremisinov, Ivan, ambassador to Kazan 10 16c

Cherepnin, Lev Vladimirovich, historian 15 1606-13

Cherkashenin, Mikhail, cossack ataman 12 16c

Cherkashenin, Mishka, Little Russian cossack 11 16c

Cherkashenin, Vasily Andreev, cossack ataman 13 1584-98

Cherkasheninov, Beschastny, official of Prince Cherkassky 17 1634-45

Cherkasskaia, princess (née Romanova), wife of Prince B.K. Cherkassky 14 1598-1606

Cherkassky family 14 1598-1606

Cherkassky, Alexis 10 16c

Cherkassky, Gavril 10 16c

Cherkassky, Count Alexis Mikhailovich 38 1745-48

Cherkassky, Kaspulat Mutsalovich, prince of Kabardia 21 17c

Cherkassky, Prince (unspecified) 17 1634-45

Cherkassky, Prince, Novgorod governor 38 1745-48

Cherkassky, Prince Aleksei Mikhailovich 34 1730s

Cherkassky, Prince Boris Kaibulatovich 14 1598-1606

Cherkassky, Prince Dmitry Mamstriukovich 15 1606-13

Cherkassky, Prince Grigory Senchuleevich 23 17c

Cherkassky, Prince Ivan Borisovich 14 1598-1606

Cherkassky, Prince Kaspulat Mutsalovich 25 1680s

Cherkassky, Prince Mikhail Temriukovich 15 1606-13

Cherkassky, Prince Mutsal 23 17c

Cherkassky, Prince Peter 17 1634-45

Cherkassky, Prince Peter 34 1730s

Cherkassky, Prince Vasily Akhamashukovich 16 1613-34

Cherkassky, Prince Vasily Petrovich 16 1613-34

Cherkassky, Prince Yakov Kudenetovich (Uruskan-Murza), Kabardinian prince 20 17c

Chermny-Volkonsky, Prince Ivan Fedorovich 17 1634-45

Chernev, embassy secretary in Stockholm 38 1745-48

Cherniak 29 18c

Chernievich, major general 46 1768-70

Chernikov, factory owner 38 1745-48

Cherntsov, Yakov, crown secretary 23 17c

Chernushkin, Bogdan, Volga ataman 17 1634-45

Cherny, Little Russian 48 1772-74

Cherny, Gerasim, monk 09 16c

Cherny, Grigory (Chorny, Hryhory, dim. Hrytsko), hetman 18 16-17c

Cherny, Mikhail 16 1613-34

Chernysh, I. 29 18c

Chernyshev, Count Ivan Grigorevich, Russian ambassador to England 48 1772-74

Chernyshev, Count Peter Grigorievich 41 1757-61

Chernyshev, Count Zakhar Grigorievich, general and administrator 48 1772-74

Chernyshev, General 34 1730s

Chernyshev, Grigory Petrovich 35 1730s

Chermysheva, Countess 38 1745-48

Chertanova, young woman 48 1772-74

Chertensky, Smaga, Don ataman 16 1613-34

Cheshikha, Ivan, infantryman 20 17c

Chet Murza 04 13-14c

Chétardie, marquis de la 34 1730s

Chichakov, boyar 06 1389-1462

Chicherin, Denis Ivanovich, governor general of Siberia 46 1768-70

Chicherin, Grigory Petrovich, ambassador to Persia 16 1613-34

Chicherin, Ivan, crown secretary 15 1606-13

Chicherin, Nikolai Ivanovich, Petersburg gendarme general 48 1772-74

Chigirinets, Yakim (Chyhrynets, Yakym), colonel 18 16-17c

Chikhachev 17 1634-45

Chikmaz, musketeer 21 17c

Chilibey, Mustafa, Turkish ambassador 17 1634-45

Chilo 24

Chin-Murza, Tatar prince 13 1584-98

Chirev, Ivan 24

Chirianov, Tatar family 09 16c

Chirikov 29 18c

Chirikov, Stepan, noble 17 1634-45

Chirkin, Ivan, noble 18 16-17c

Chirok, peasant, participant in peasant war 21 17c

Chistoy (Chistov), Nazar (Nazary), conciliar secretary 17 1634-45

Chizha, Vasily 09 16c

Ch¬opicki, Stanis¬aw, Polish lord 13 1584-98

Chmeliewski, Pawel, Polish cavalry captain 15 1606-13

Chmieliewski, colonel, Polish deserter 15 1606-13

Chmielnicki (Khmelnitsky), Bohdan. See Khmelnitsky, Bogdan 24

Chobotov, Ivan Yakovlevich, boyar 12 16c

Chodkiewicz family 15 1606-13

Chodkiewicz, Jan, Lithuanian nobleman 11 16c

Chodkiewicz, Jan Karol, Lithuanian hetman 16 1613-34

Chodkiewicz, Jurij, Polish envoy 10 16c

Choglokov, chamberlain 38 1745-48

Choglokov, landowner 38 1745-48

Choglokov, Danila 24

Choglokov, Kirill, governor 15 1606-13

Choglokov, Komilo, governor of Novgorod appointed on behalf of W¬adys¬aw 15 1606-13

Choglokov, Naum, lietenant colonel 46 1768-70

Choglokova, mistress of the household 38 1745-48

Choglokova, Maria Simonovna (née Gendrikova) 46 1768-70

Choiseul, Étienne-François, duke de, French foreign minister 48 1772-74

Chokhov, Andrei, master armorer 13 1584-98

Chol-Khan (Shevkal, Shchelkan) 04 13-14c

Chorobrite (Mikhail of Tver) 06 1389-1462

Chortov, patriarch's agent 14 1598-1606

Chosroes, Persian emperor 03 12-13c

Chrapowicki, Antoni, governor of Vitebsk 23 17c

Chrebtowicz, Polish ambassador to Muscovy 13 1584-98

Chreptowicz, Polish special envoy to France 46 1768-70

Christ, Jesus 06 1389-1462

Christian III, Danish king 10 16c

Christian IV, king of Denmark 24 16-17c

Christian V, Danish king 26 1690s

Christian VI of Denmark 34 1730s

Christian VII, king of Denmark 48 1772-74

Christina. For Swedish queen, use Kristina

Christina, mother of Prince Valdemar. Use Kristina 17 1634-45

Christina, Queen of Sweden. Use Kristina 15 1606-13

Christopher, duke of Mecklenburg 10 16c

Christopher I, Prince, margrave of Baden 08 15c

Chronicler of Pereiaslavl-in-Suzdal 06 1389-1462

Chronicler of the Russian Tsars 06 1389-1462

Chubarov, clerk 15 1606-13

Chubarov, Andrei, colonel 21 17c

Chudinov, Akinf 09 16c

Chufarovsky, guards corporal 48 1772-74

Chulkov 29 18c

Chulkov, Danila, Muscovite commander 10 16c

Chulkov, Danila, Siberian governor 15 1606-13

Chulkov, Mikhail Ivanovich 18 16-17c

Chulochnikov, merchant's steward 48 1772-74

Chura, Tatar prince 10 16c

Churin, helmsman 48 1772-74

Churnay, prince of Torchesk 03 12-13c

Chwalibog, valet of False Dmitry I 15 1606-13

Cicero 48 1772-1774

Clearchus, pupil of Aristotle 01 9-11c

Clement V, pope 04 13-14c

Clement VIII, pope 14 1598-1606

Clement X, pope 23 17c

Clement, saint 01 9-11c

Cleobulus 24

Clovis, Frankish king 06 1389-1462

Cocceji (Kotsei), Prussian envoy 45 1766-68

Coet, Swedish manufacturer 17 1634-45

Collins 29 18c

Collins, Dr. Samuel, English physician in Russia 23 17c

Collo, Francesco da 09 16c

Commendone, Gian Farncesco, cardinal and bp. of Zacynthos, papal legate 11 16c

Condé, Prince de 20 17c

Conrad II, German emperor 02 11-12c

Conrad of Mazovia 04 13-14c

Conrad Ziemowitowicz 04 13-14c

Constance, Queen of Poland, wife of Sigismund III 15 1606-13

Constantine, Byzantine emperor 23 17c

Constantine, Kakhetian prince 14 1598-1606

Constantine, logothete of Constantinople 23 17c

Constantine, metropolitan of Kiev 02 11-12c

Constantine Fedorovich, Prince, Yaroslavl miracle worker 15 1606-13

Constantine the Greek, colonel 20 17c

Constantine VII Porphyrogenetus, Byzantine emperor 02 11-12c

Constantine VIII, Byzantine emperor 01 9-11c

Constantine IX Monomachus, Byzantine emperor 08 15c

Constantine XI, Paleologos, last Byzantine emperor 12 16c

Constantine XII, Byzantine emperor 45 1766-68

Contarini, Ambrogio 07 15c

Conti, Prince de 26 1690s

Conti, François-Louis, prince de Bourbon 38 1745-48

Conti, prince de, Louis François de Bourbon 41 1757-61

Corvinus, Matthias. See Matthias I Corvinus 07 15c

Cosmas, saint 06 1389-1462

Coulonne 29 18c

Crawford, foreign colonel 17 1634-45

Cronstedt, Baron 34 1730s

Cronstedt, Swedish senator 38 1745-48

Crusius, Philip, Holstein ambassador 17 1634-45

Cruys, Cornelius 26 1690s

Cruz, doctor 41 1757-61

Curtius, Roman hero 48

Cyprian, archimandrite of Khutyn monastery, later archbishop of Siberia 16 1613-34

Cyprian, bishop of Perm and Vologda 12 16c

Cyprian, bishop of Polotsk 11 16c

Cyprian, hierodeacon 18 16-17c

Cyprian, metropolitan of Moscow 08 15c

Cyril, archbishop of Andros 21 17c

Cyril, bishop of Rostov 06 1389-1462

Cyril, metropolitan 10 16c

Cyril, metropolitan of Moscow 04 13-14c

Cyril, metropolitan of Rostov and Yaroslavl 15 1606-13

Cyril, monk of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Cyril, patriarch of Alexandria 12 16c

Cyril, patriarch of Constantinople 16 1613-34

Cyril, priest of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Cyril II, metropolitan 06 1389-1462

Cyril of Beloozero, abbot, saint 12 16c

Cyril of Jerusalem, patristic writer 17 1634-45

Cyril, saint, apostle of Slavs 01 9-11c

Czacki, Polish noble 45 1766-68

Czaplinski, Polish lord 20 17c

Czaplinski, Stanis¬aw, Polish colonel 16 1613-34

Czaplitz, Brandenburg envoy (1689) 25 1680s

Czarniecki (Pol.) 26 1690s

Czarniecki, Polish senator 20 17c

Czartoryski family 34 1730s

Czartoryski, prince, military governor of Lithuania 38 1745-48

Czartoryski, prince, vice chancellor of Lithuania 38 1745-48

Czartoryski, Russian commandant 34 1730s

Czartoryski, vice-chancellor 34 1730s

Czartoryski, Prince August 48 1772-74

Czartoryski, Prince Michael-Frederick, chancellor and marshal of Lithuania 48 1772-74

Czernikowski, Piotr, Polish ambassador to Moscow 13 1584-98

Czernocki, Lord, intermediary between Liapunov and Sapieha 15 1606-13

Czichrowski, Polish envoy 25 1680s

Czyzowski, Mikolaj, Jesuit chaplain 14 1598-1606

D'Allion, Comte d'Usson, French ambassador 38 1745-48

D'Argenson, marquis, French foreign minister 38 1745-48

D'Aumont, Dominic 26 1690s

Daichin, Kalmyk leader 23 17c

Dalbergh, Erik, governor of Riga 26 1690s

Dalmat, icon master 08 15c

Dalmat, leader of monastery on Iset river 23 17c

Dalmatov, slave of Prince Yury Boriatinsky 20 17c

Damaskin 08 15c

Damatov, Tretiak, secretary 09 16c

Damian, Daniel Romanovich's chiliarch of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Damian, saint 06 1389-1462

Damian Kudenevich 03 12-13c

Daniar, Tatar tsarevich (prince) 45 1766-68

Daniar Kasimovich, Prince 07 15c

Daniar, Prince 08 15c

Daniel, abbot 09 16c

Daniel, archpriest of Kostroma 21 17c

Daniel, bishop of Suzdal 06 1389-1462

Daniel, icon painter of Vladimir 06 1389-1462

Daniel, mayor of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Daniel, metropolitan 08 15c

Daniel, metropolitan of Moscow 13 1584-98

Daniel, prince of Pronsk 04 13-14c

Daniel Alexandrovich, pr. of Moscow, son of Alexander Nevsky 24

Daniel Mstislavich 04 13-14c

Daniel Rogvolodovich, hetman 10 16c

Daniel Romanovich, prince of Galich 04 13-14c

Daniil. Use Daniel

Danila (unspecified) 17 1634-45

Danilo, village administrator 06 1389-1462

Danilko Pistsov 04 13-14c

Danilo, deacon 09 16c

Danilo Veliky, boyar 02 11-12c

Danilov 29 18c

Danilov, crown secretary 16 1613-34

Danilov, mine owner 38 1745-48

Danilov, Alexander 46 1768-70

Danilov, Dmitry Andreevich 12 16c

Danilov, Ivan, merchant 38 1745-48

Danilov, Mikhail 17 1634-45

Danilov, Mikhail, landowner 06 1389-1462

Danilovets, Yakim, brigand 18 16-17c

Danilovy, boyars 12 16c

Danilowicz, Polish crown treasurer 17 1634-45

Danislav Lazutinich, boyar of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Dankov 35 1730s

Darevsky 34 1730s

Darina, Kostia Savin, witness in trial 06 1389-1462

Darius I Hystapsis, Persian emperor 01 9-11c

Darius, k. of Persia 26 1690s

Dashev, Alexis Fedorovich 09 16c

Dashkov, ambassador to Constantinople 17 1634-45

Dashkov, crown secretary 16 1613-34

Dashkov, G. 29 18c

Dashkov, Vasily Yakovlievich, table attendant 23 17c

Dashkovich, Evstafy, cossack leader 09 16c

Dathan (Dafan), OT figure 23 17c

Daumantas (Dovmont), prince of Pskov 04 13-14c

Daun, Count Leopold von, field marshal 41 1757-61

David, archbishop of Rostov 12 16c

David, archimandrite 04 13-14c

David, biblical king 17 1634-45

David, bishop of Novgorod 04 13-14c

David, prince of Murom 06 1389-1462

David Konstantinovich, pr. of Galich Mersky 04 13-14c

David Konstantinovich 04 13-14c

David Vyshatich, Galich commander 04 13-14c

David, Davyd, both forms are used.

David, Georgian tsarevich, son of Teimuraz I 23 17c

Davidov, Luka, "old-timer" in village 06 1389-1462

Davyd, archimandrite 04 13-14c

Davyd, bishop of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Davyd, Lithuanian prince 04 13-14c

Davyd, Lithuanian prince 04 13-14c

Davyd Borynich 02 11-12c

Davyd Dmitrievich, posadnik of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Davyd (also David) Fedorovich, prince of Yaroslavl 04 13-14c

Davyd Igorievich 02 11-12c

Davyd (also David) Konstantinovich, prince of [Northern] Galich 04 13-14c

Davyd Rostislavich 02 11-12c

Davyd Rostislavich of Vyshgorod 03 12-13c

Davyd Sviatoslavich 02 11-12c

Davyd Vseslavich 02 11-12c

Davyd Vyshatich, Galich commander 04 13-14c

Davyd Yarunovich, chiliarch of Kiev 02 11-12c

Davydov, Aleksei 35 1730s

Davydov, Yakov 24

De From, colonel 20 17c

De Geer, Count 34 1730s

De la Gardie, Jakob Pontus, Swedish commander 15 1606-13

De la Gardie, Magnus 15 1606-13

De la Gardie, Pontus, Swedish general 11 16c

De Moucheron, Holstein agent 17 1634-45

Debosis, Pavlin 08 15c

Debosquet, general 41 1757-61

Debrini, major general 35 1730s

Debye, Dutch resident 29 18c

Decabalus, king of Dacians 01 9-11c

Dedeshin, Andrei (also Dedevshin) 15 1606-13

Dedier, Dutch envoy 38 1745-48

Dedilets, envoy 03 12-13c

Dedkov, Guba 09 16c

Degin, native of Kholui 15 1606-13

Degtarienko, servant 38 1745-48

Delator, Yury. See Thurn, Jorg von 08 15c

Delaville, French mercenary in Swedish service 15 1606-13

Delilah, Old Testament 46 1768-70

Delisle, Johann Nicolas 35 1730s

Della Torre. See Thurn, Jorg von 08 15c

Dementy, merchant 10 16c

Demetrius, Greek refugee in Moscow 06 1389-1462

Demetrius, saint 06 1389-1462

Demety Davydov, boyar 04 13-14c

Demian, Jew 21 17c

Demid Vladimirovich, prince of Pinsk 04 13-14c

Demidov family 48 1772-74

Demidov, Akinfy Nikitich, factory owner 35 1730s

Demidov, Evdokim 41 1757-61

Demidov, Gavriil, Pskov territorial elder 18 16-17c

Demidov, Grigory 38 1745-48

Demidov, N.D. 29 18c

Democritus 06 1389-1462

Dengin, Ilya, leader of rising against False Dmitry 15 1606-13

Dengof, Ernst (Pol.) 26 1690s

Denhoff, Count, Prussian envoy in Sweden 48 1772-74

Denisov, mayor of Belgorod 38 1745-48

Denisov, soldier 48 1772-74

Denisov, A., Old Believer 29 18c

Denisov, Dmitry, Muscovite merchant 23 17c

Denisov, S., Old Believer 29 18c

Derby, Henry earl of, later duke of Lancaster and King Henry IV of England 04 13-14c

Derbysh Ali, Astrakhan khan 10 16c

Derfeld, brigadier 41 1757-61

Deshayes de Courmenin, Louis, French ambassador 16 1613-34

Deterson, portrait painter 17 1634-45

Detsik, Demian Vasilievich (Vasylevych, Ukr.) 20 17c

Devier 29 18c

Devlet-Girei, now Devlet-Girey, etc. 24

Devlet-Girey, Crimean khan 45 1766-68

Devochka, Onisifor (Divochka, Onysyfor), metropolitan of Kiev and Galich 12 16c

Devochkin, Joseph, treasurer of Trinity monastery 15 1606-13

Dezhnev, Semeon, Russian serviceman, explorer 23 17c

Diakonov, Peter Ivanov, peasant 13 1584-98

Diakov, S. 29 18c

Dianish, Hungarian commander 04 13-14c

Diatel, sorcerer 03 12-13c

Diatlov, master of the hunt 09 16c

Diavolov, Kirsha, Novgorod musketeer corporal 18 16-17c

Diderot, Denis, encyclopedist and philosopher 48 1772-74

Dietrich, German margrave 01 9-11c

Dietrichstein, Count, Austrian envoy 48 1772-74

Digby, English commercial agent 17 1634-45

Digges, Sir Dugley, English emissary 16 1583-1639

Dimdsale, Thomas, English physician 46 1768-70

Dimitry. Use Dmitry

Dimitry the Greek, interpreter 12 16c

Diogenes, Greek philosopher 38 1745-48

Dion Chrysostom 01 9-11c

Dionisy I, patriarch of Constantinople 12 16c

Dionisy, bishop of Suzdal 06 1389-1462

Dionisy, heretic priest 08 15c

Dionisy, icon master 08 15c

Dionisy, metropolitan of Moscow 13 1584-98

Dionisy, Pskov sacristan 18 16-17c

Dionysius, archimandrite of Trinity monastery (David Fedorovich Zobnikovsky) 15 1606-13

Dionysius II, patriarch of Constantinople 21 17c

Dionysius the Areopagite 08 15c

Dionysius (Dionisii), metropolitan 14 1598-1606

Dionysius, metropolitan of Trnovo 13 1584-98

Dioscoros of Alexandria 18 16-17c

Dir 24

Ditz, general 41 1757-61

Diudko, deacon 04 13-14c

Divi-Murza, Crimean envoy 09 16c

Divov, major 48 1772-74

Djan Mambet Bey, Kuban Nogay Tatar chief 48 1772-74

Dlugosz 08 15c

Dluski, Polish lord 17 1634-45

Dmitr Miroshkinich, anti-Suzdal mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Dmitr Yakunich, pro-Rostislavichi mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Dmitriaki, Greek captain 46 1768-70

Dmitriev, chancellery clerk 48 1772-74

Dmitriev, Ivan, Moscow merchant, murderer of Archbishop Ambrose 48 1772-74

Dmitriev, Mikhail Mikhailovich, Muscovite commander 20 17c

Dmitriev, Mikhail Samsonovich, governor 15 1696-10

Dmitriev, Mikhail, commander 16 1613-34

Dmitriev-Mamanov, Ivan Ilich 35 1730s

Dmitriev-Mamonov, Guards major 29 18c

Dmitriev-Mamonov, Count Alexander Ippolitovich 48 1772-74

Dmitrievich, Mikhail Samsonovich 15 1606-13

Dmitro Ivanovich, boyar 02 11-12c

Dmitro Ivorovich, commander 02 11-12c

Dmitry, Alexander Nevsky's eldest son 06 1389-1462

Dmitry, archpriest from Zaraisk 15 1606-13

Dmitry, Astrakhan pretender 15 1606-13

Dmitry, bishop of Novgorod 48 1772-74

Dmitry, chiliarch 04 13-14c

Dmitry, chiliarch of Kiev 04 13-14c

Dmitry, cossack, native of Astrakhan 14 1598-1606

Dmitry, groom 02 11-12c

Dmitry, miracle-worker 41 1757-61

Dmitry, nephew of Ivan III 09 16c

Dmitry, priest's son from Moscow 15 1606-13

Dmitry, prince of Briansk 04 13-14c

Dmitry, prince of Drutsk 04 13-14c

Dmitry, prince of Galich 04 13-14c

Dmitry, prince of Yaroslavl 06 1389-1462

Dmitry, prince, nephew of Vasily III 09 16c

Dmitry (Sechenov), bishop of Nizhny Novgorod 38 1745-48

Dmitry, son of Miroshka, boyar of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Dmitry, son of Prince Ivan Bulgakov-Patrikeev 09 16c

Dmitry, tsarevich, son of Ivan IV 14 1598-1606

Dmitry Alexandrovich Vsevolozh, boyar 04 13-14c

Dmitry Alexandrovich, son of Alexander Nevsky 04 13-14c

Dmitry Alexeevich, tsarevich, son of Tsar Alexis 18 16-17c

Dmitry Aliburtovich, prince of Volhynia 06 1389-1462

Dmitry Andreevich, son of Andrei the Elder 07 15c

Dmitry Borisovich, prince of Rostov 04 13-14c

Dmitry Eikovich, boyar 04 13-14c

Dmitry Fedorovich, prince of Kurmysh 06 1389-1462

Dmitry Fedorovich, pr. of N. Starodub 04 13-14c

Dmitry Ivanovich, brother of Vasily III 09 16c

Dmitry Ivanovich, grand prince 06 1389-1462

Dmitry Ivanovich, grandson of Ivan III 07 15c

Dmitry Ivanovich, prince of Tver, grandson of Ivan III 10 16c

Dmitry Ivanovich, Prince, son of Ivan III 08 15c

Dmitry Ivanovich, Tsar. See False Dmitry I 15 1606-13

Dmitry Ivanovich, tsarevich, son of Ivan IV 15 1606-13

Dmitry Ivanovich Donskoy, grand prince of Moscow 04 13-14c

Dmitry Konstantinovich, prince of Nizhny Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Dmitry Konstantinovich of Suzdal 04 13-14c

Dmitry-Koribut, son of Algirdas 04 13-14c

Dmitry Mikhailovich 04 13-14c

Dmitry Mikhailovich Volynsky-Bobrok, Muscovite commander 04 13-14c

Dmitry Mikhailovich, prince of Tver 24

Dmitry Minin, commander 04 13-14c

Dmitry of Prilutsk, founder of Spaso-Prilutsky monastery, saint 12 16c

Dmitry Putiatich, Prince 08 15c

Dmitry Romanovich, prince of Smolensk 04 13-14c

Dmitry Shemiaka, prince 06 1389-1462

Dmitry Sviatoslavich, cousin to Alexander Nevsky 04 13-14c

Dmitry Sviatoslavich, prince of Yuriev 06 1389-1462

Dmitry the Bold 02 11-12c

Dmitry the Fair, prince 06 1389-1462

Dmitry the Pretender, False Dmitry, the pretender 14 1598-1606

Dmitry Vasilievich, mayor of Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Dmitry Vasilievich, Moscow boyar 06 1389-1462

Dmitry Vladimirovich. See Ovtsa, Dmitry Vladimirovich 07 15c

Dmitry Yakunovich, burgrave of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Dmitry Yeremeevich 04 13-14c

Dmitry Zavidich, posadnik of Novgorod 02 11-12c

Dmitry Zhiroslavich, boyar 02 11-12c

Dmitry Zoograf, translator, author 06 1389-1462

Dmytro (Ukr.) - Dmitry 18 16-17c

Dobrila, citizen of Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Dobrogneva (Maria) daughter of Vladimir 01 9-11c

Dobroslav Sudich, Galich boyar 04 13-14c

Dobrynia, boyar 02 11-12c

Dobrynia, uncle to Vladimir I 01 9-11c

Dobrynia Dolgi, boyar 03 12-13c

Dobrynia Nikitich 24

Dobrynia Raguilovich 02 11-12c

Dobrynko, boyar 02 11-12c

Dohna, Count Christoph, general 41 1757-61

Dokhturov, crown secretary 20 17c

Dokhturov, Gerasim 24

Dokturov, lieutenant colonel 38 1745-48

Dokuchaev 35 1730s

Dolgirdow, (Dovkirdovich), Stanis¬aw 09 16c

Dolgopolov (Ivanov), rebel leader 21 17c

Dolgorukaia, Anna Ivanovna 38 1745-48

Dolgorukaia, Natalia Borisovna 35 1730s

Dolgorukaia, Princess Irina Petrovna 38 1745-48

Dolgorukov, Dmitry 18 16-17c

Dolgorukov, Prince Vladimir Timofeevich, boyar 15 1606-13

Dolgorukova, Maria Vladimirovna, first wife of Tsar Michael 16 1613-34

Dolgoruky, major general 38 1745-48

Dolgoruky(-Krynsky), Prince Vasily Mikhailovich, general 48 1772-74

Dolgoruky, Aleksei 35 1730s

Dolgoruky, Fedor Timofeevich, boyar 15 1606-13

Dolgoruky, G.F., Prince 29 18c

Dolgoruky, Ivan Alekseevich 35 1730s

Dolgoruky, Prince (unspecified) 13 1584-98

Dolgoruky, Prince Dmitry Alexeevich, lord-in-waiting 20 17c

Dolgoruky, Prince Fedor 15 1606-13

Dolgoruky, Prince Grigory Borisovich, governor of Vologda 15 1606-13

Dolgoruky, Prince Mikhail Vladimirovich 35 1730s

Dolgoruky, Prince Peter 46 1768-70

Dolgoruky, Prince Peter Alekseevich, Smolensk commander 20 17c

Dolgoruky, Prince Vasily Vladimirovich, colonel 48 1772-74

Dolgoruky, Prince Vladimir Sergeevich, envoy to Berlin 48 1772-74

Dolgoruky, Prince Vladimir Timofeevich, boyar 15 1606-13

Dolgoruky, Prince Yakov Fedorovich 38 1745-48

Dolgoruky, Prince Yury 08 15c

Dolgoruky, Prince Yury Alexeevich, boyar 20 17c

Dolgoruky, Prince Yury Vladimirovich, general 48 1772-74

Dolguruky, Sergei Ivanovich 38 1745-48

Dolgoruky, V.L., prince 29 18c

Dolgoruky, V.V., prince 29 18c

Dolgoruky, Ya.F., prince 29 18c

Dolgoruky, Yury 24

Dolgoruky, Yury Alekseevich 24

Dolgov, Ivan 24

Dolgov, Peter 24

Dolinin, post officer in Nizhny Novgorod 38 1745-48

Dolman, German, cross-bearer to Patriarch Nikon 21 17c

Dolmat Yuriev, boyar 06 1389-1462

Doman, Russian apostate 04 13-14c

Domaradzki, Lord, Polish commander 15 1606-13

Domitian, Roman emperor 01 9-11c

Domoradzki (Pol.) 26 1690s

Don Carlos, Spanish prince 35 1730s

Don Quixote 48 1772-74

Donau, Abraham von, Austrian ambassador 15 1606-13

Donduk-Dashi, Kalmyk khan 38 1745-48

Donduk-Ombo, Kalmy khan 38 1745-48

Dondukov, Alexis 38 1745-48

Dondukov, Filipp 38 1745-48

Dondukov, Iona 38 1745-48

Dondukov, Peter 38 1745-48

Dondukova, Liubov 38 1745-48

Dondukova, Nadezhda 38 1745-48

Dondukova, Vera 38 1745-48

Donets, Ivan, Zaporozhian cossack 20 17c

Donskoy, Dmitry. See Dmitry Donskoy 07 15c

Dorn, Ivan, translator of Cosmographia 17 1634-45

Dorofeev, Ivan 41 1757-61

Dorofeevich, Gavriil (Dorofeiovych, Havrylo) 18 16-17c

Dorofey, mayor of Pskov 08 15c

Dorofey Elevferich 08 15c

Dorogobuzhsky, Prince Osip 07 15c

Dorohostajski, Krzystof Mikolaj, Lithuanian marshal 16 1613-34

Dorosh, commander of Vsevolod III 03 12-13c

Doroshenko, Peter (Petro, Ukr.), hetman 20 17c

Dorozh, commander 04 13-14c

Dorozhaia, boyar 03 12-13c

Dosifey, Archbishop of Rostov 29 18c

Dosifey, bishop of Rostov 12 16c

Dositheus, patriarch of Jerusalem 25 1680s

Dostoevsky, Minsk landowner 12 16c

Douglas, lieutenant general 35 1730s

Douglas, Alexander Mackenzie, Fr. diplomat 41 1757-61

Dovgal, Stepan (Dovhal, Stefan, Ukr.) 20 17c

Dovmont. Use Daumantas 04 13-14c

Dovodchikov, Ivan 15 1606-13

Dovoina, Polotsk governor 12 16c

Dowojna, Polish envoy 10 16c

Dracula, governor of Wallachia 08 15c

Drevinsky (Drevynsky), Lavrenty, deputy to Volhynia 18 16-17c

Drobowski, Polish colonel 13 1584-98

Drozd, Vasily (Drozd, Vasyl, Ukr.) 20 17c

Drozhzha, Andrei 09 16c

Drummond, William, lieutenant-general 20 17c

Drutskoj, Prince, Polish emissary to Tsar Vasily 15 1606-13

Drutskoy, Baba, Lithuanian prince 06 1389-1462

Druzhinina, E.I. 48 1772-74

Du Barry, countess 48 1772-74

Dubasov, lieutenant 48 1772-74

Düben, Baron 34 1730s

Dubensky, Fedor, secretary to Shemiaka 06 1389-1462

Dubiansky, Elizabeth's father confessor 38 1745-48

Dubnitsky (Dubnytsky), mayor of Vladimir-in-Volhynia 18 16-17c

Dubrovka, wife of Mieszko I 01 9-11c

Dubrovsky, Novgorod crown secretary 12 16c

Duca, George , hospodar of Wallachia 25 1680s

Ducroy, Duke Charles-Eugène 26 1690s

Duden, Tatar leader. Use Tudan 04 13-14c

Duduk-Dashi, governor of Kalmyk khanate 41 1757-61

Dukhov, M. 29 18c

Dumashev, K. 29 18c

Dumouriez, Charles François, French general 48 1772-74

Dunay, Volhynian commander 04 13-14c

Duncker, Maximilian Wolfgang 48 1772-74

Dunduk (Donduk), Kalmyk leader 23 17c

Dunikowski, Polish colonel 16 1613-34

Dunker, I., designer 41 1757-61

Durand de Distroff, François Michel, French chargé d'affaires in SPb 48 1772-74

Düring, Swedish general and senator 38 1745-48

Durnov, cavalry officer 38 1745-48

Durov 12 16c

Durov, major 20 17c

Durrini, papal nuncio 45 1766-68

Dushilets, prefect of Lipitsa 03 12-13c

Duvernoy, Johann Georg 35 1730s

Dworzicki, Polish hetman 14 1598-1606

Dyamentowski, Waclaw, Marina's chamberlain, diarist 15 1606-13

Dzhan-Mambet-Bey, Tatar leader 46 1768-70

Dzik, Melety, abbot of St. Cyril monastery, Kiev 20 17c

Dzina, wife of Donduk-Ombo 38 1745-48

Edelheim, Prussian envoy 48 1772-74

Ediger, prince of Siberia 11 16c

Ediger Mahmet, khan of Kazan 10 16c

Edigey, khan 07 15c

Edikeev, Fedor, painter 09 16c

Edividas (Edivid), nephew of Mindaugas 04 13-14c

Efim (ovich-ovna), Efimievsky 45 1766-68

Efimiev, Semen, crown secretary 14 1598-1606

Efimov, merchant 41 1757-61

Efimov, priest 38 1745-48

Efimova, Varvara, Old Believer 48 1772-74

Efrem, abbot of Chernigov 03 12-13c

Efrem 08 15c

Efrem Moizich, servant 03 12-13c

Efrem (Yankovich) 29 18c

Efremov, Daniel, cossack ataman 38 1745-48

Efremov, Daniil 35 1730s

Egorov, Stepan 35 1730s

Egremont, earl of 41 1757-61

Egup, courier 09 16c

Ehrensvärd, Swedish general 48 1772-74

Ekeblad, Claes, Swedish count 41 1757-61

Elagin, Grigory, Terek town inhabitant 14 1598-1606

Elagin, Ivan Nazarov, judicial councillor 48 1772-74

Elagin, Ivan Perfilievich 41 1757-61

Eleanor, dowager queen of Poland 23 17c

Eleanora, duchess of Braunschweig-Bevern 35 1730s

Elena, daughter of Algirdas 04 13-14c

Elena, Polish princess 03 12-13c

Elena, princess, wife of Vladimir Andreevich 06 1389-1462

Elena, wife of Ivan the Younger 07 15c

Elena Leontievna, daughter-in-law of Teimuraz I 23 17c

Elena the Elder, Princess, daughter of Ivan III, queen of Poland 07 15c

Elena the Younger, Princess, daughter of Ivan III 07 15c

Elena Vasilievna, second wife of Vasily III 12 16c

Eletsky, prince 41 1757-61

Eletsky, Prince, Perm vicegerent 11 16c

Eletsky, Prince Dmitry Petrovich, commander 15 1606-13

Elfimov, Miron 35 1730s

Elijah (Ilia), metropolitan of Kiev and Galich 12 16c

Elizabet, Elizaveta - use Elizabeth

Elizabeth, abbess of Intercession convent, Priluki 18 16-17c

Elizabeth, daughter of Yaroslav I 01 9-11c

Elizabeth, queen of England 14 1598-1606

Elizabeth (Petrovna), Russian empress 48 1772-74

Elizabeth Antonovna 38 1745-48

Elizabeth Sophia, duchess of Saxe-Meiningen 35 1730s

Elizarev, Yushka 07 15c

Elizarov 24

Elizarov, Grigory, crown secretary 15 1606-13

Elizaveta Petrovna, princess (Russ. form) 35 1730s

Elmpt, Ivan Karlovich, field marshal 46 1768-70

Elphinstone, John, admiral 46 1768-70

Elton, Captain John, English adventurer, entrepreneur 38 1745-48

Emelianka, priesthood candidate 08 15c

Emelianov, Gzhatsk merchant 48 1772-74

Emelianov, merchant 48 1745-48

Emelianov, Fedor, Pskov townsman 18 16-17c

Emilian, name 25 1680s

Emme, Theodore 35 1730s

Enaley, Tatar prince. See Yan Ali 45 1766-68

Enaley-Aley, Tatar 09 16c

Engelhardt family 48 1772-74

Engelhardt, captain 41 1757-61

Éon, Chevalier Charles d' 41 1757-61

Epanchin, lieutenant 48 1772-74

Epanchin, Ivan, cossack ataman 15 1606-13

Ephraim, metropolitan of Kazan 15 1606-13

Ephraim, metropolitan of Kiev 03 12-13c

Epifany 24

Epifany the Wise, monastic writer 06 1389-1462

Epishkov, colonel 35 1730s

Erasmus, Dr. Johann Friedrich 48 1772-74

Eremeev, Moscow merchant 35 1730s

Eremeev, Novgorod crown secretary 12 16c

Eremin, guards soldier 48 1772-74

Ergolsky, Grigory 34 1730s

Erik, king of Sweden 02 11-12c

Erik, king of Uppsala 01 9-11c

Erik Eriksson, Swedish king 04 13-14c

Erik XIV, king of Sweden 14 1598-1606

Eristov, Imeretian boyar 23 17c

Ermak (Vasily Timofeevich Alenin). Use Yermak 24

Ermolaich-Vymsky, Prince Vasily 07 15c

Ermolin, Vasily Dmitriev 08 15c

Ernst, Austrian archduke, son of Maximilian II 11 16c

Erofeev 29 18c

Eropkin, general 34 1730s

Eropkin, Mikhail Klyapik. See Klyapik-Eropkin, Mikhail 09 15c

Eropkin, Peter Mikhailovich 35 1730s

Ershov,V.S. 29 18c

Erskine. See Areskin

Esad-efendi, mufti 38 1745-48

Eshref 34 1730s

Essex, earl of, rebellion 14 1598-1606

Esterhazy, Count Nicholas 41 1757-61

Estre, d', French marshal 29 18c

Ettinger, general 48 1772-74

Ettinger, general's wife 48 1772-74

Eudo, duke of Aquitaine 04 13-14c

Eudocia, wife of Byzantine emperor Arcadius 10 16c

Eugene, prince of Savoy 35 1730s

Eugenius IV, Pope 13 1584-98

Euler, Leonhard 35 1730s

Euphemius, patriarch 06 1389-1462

Euripides, Greek dramatist 01 9-11c

Eustathius, son of Mstislav of Tmutorokan 01 9-11c

Evdokia, grand princess of Moscow 04 13-14c

Evdokia, sister of Vasily III 09 16c

Evdokia Alekseevna, tsarevna 23 17c

Evdokia Magnusovna, daughter of Maria Vladimirovna of Staritsa 13 1584-98

Evfimi (Evfimy), archbishop of Novgorod 07 15c

Evfimia, daughter of Prince Vladimir Andreevich of Staritsa 10 16c

Evfimia, daughter of Vladimir Monomakh 02 11-12c

Evfimia, princess of Chernigov 06 1389-1462

Evfimii, Evfimy 45 1766-68

Evfimy, archbishop of Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Evfimy, archbishop of Rostov 13 1584-98

Evfimy, archimandrite of Savior monastery 15 1606-13

Evfimy, bishop of Pereiaslavl 02 11-12c

Evfimy, bishop of Tver 04 13-14c

Evfimy, Greek monk 38 1745-48

Evfrosin of Pskov, Venerable 08 15c

Evfrosinia, princess 06 1389-1462

Evfrosinia, wife of Prince Andrei of Staritsa 09 16c

Evfrosinia Mstislavna, q. of Hungary 02 11-12c

Evfrosinia-Izmaragd, princess 03 12-13c

Evnuty, son of Gediminas. Use Yevnut

Evodokia, Fedorovna, Grand Princess 34 1730s

Evorovsky 29 18c

Evpraksia, grand princess 06 1389-1462

Evpraksia, princess of Riazan 06 1389-1462

Evreinov, merchant 38 1745-48

Evreinov, A. 29 18c

Evreinov, I.M. 29 18c

Evreinov, M. 29 18c

Evsevok 08 15c

Evstafy, archpriest, tsar's confessor 12 16c

Evstafy, hundredman 09 16c

Evstafy Dashkovich 08 15c

Evva, third wife of Gediminas 04 13-14c

Ewers, Johann Philipp Gustav 24

Eylof, Johann, Dutch court physician to Ivan IV 45 1766-68

Eymund, Scandinavian hero 01 9-11c

Ezdemirovich, colonel 46 1768-70

Fabius (Cunctator), Roman general 46 1768-70

Fafius, captain 41 1757-61

Fahrensbach, foreign military expert 11 16c

Falimich, Alexander (Falymych, Oleksander), bishop 18 16-17c

Falk, cannon and bell caster 17 1634-45

Falkengreen, Baron Christopher, Swedish admiral 48 1772-74

False Dmitry I, tsar 15 1606-13

False Dmitry II, pretender 15 1606-13

False Dmitry III. See Sidorka 15 1606-13

False Peter. See Ilya Muromets 15 1606-13

Famintsyn, general, hospital director 48 1772-74

Farlof, Rus emissary 01 9-11c

Fatima, wife of Shig-Aley 09 16c

Fatima Sultan, last native ruler of Kasimov 15 1606-13

Fatuev 29 18c

Fechte, Johann von den, archbishop 04 13-14c

Fediaenko, Vasily (Vasyl , Ukr.), cossack lieutenant general (Teteria's aide) 20 17c

Fedir (Ukr.) - Fedor 18 16-17c

Fedor,-ov, -ovich, -ovna (not Theodore)

Fedor 03 12-13c

Fedor, architect in Pskov 06 1389-1462

Fedor, bishop of Tver 04 13-14c

Fedor, boyar 04 13-14c

Fedor, cossack 21 17c

Fedor, deacon 17 1634-45

Fedor, deacon 24

Fedor, false tsarevich 15 1606-13

Fedor, prince of Kiev 04 13-14c

Fedor, prince of Ostorozhok 04 13-14c

Fedor, prince of Ostrozhik 04 13-14c

Fedor, prince of Riazan 09 16c

Fedor, prince of Rzhev 04 13-14c

Fedor, prince of Rzheva 04 13-14c

Fedor, vicegerent of GP Mikhail Yaroslavich 04 13-14c

Fedor Akhmyl, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Fedor Akinfovich, commander 04 13-14c

Fedor Alexeevich, tsarevich, later tsar 21 17c

Fedor Alexandrovich 04 13-14c

Fedor Andreevich, commander 04 13-14c

Fedor Andreevich, Polish prince 06 1389-1462

Fedor Andreevich Sviblo, commander 04 13-14c

Fedor Biakont, Chernigov boyar 04 13-14c

Fedor Borisovich, pr. of Volokolamsk 09 16c

Fedor Borisovich, son of Boriof Volotsk 07 15c

Fedor Borisovich, tsar, son of Boris Godunov 14 1598-1606

Fedor "Cat" Andreevich, comander, son of Andrei Kobyla 04 13-14c

Fedor Dairovich, prince 10 16c

Fedor Danilovich, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Fedor Davydovich, prince of [Northern] Galich 04 13-14c

Fedor Glebovich, prince of Murom 04 13-14c

Fedor III Alexeevich, tsar 24

Fedor Ivanovich, tsar 14 16c

Fedor Ivanovich, tsarevich, son of Ivan IV, later tsar 10 16c

Fedor Ivanovich of Starodub 04 13-14c

Fedor Khlebovich (possibly Fedor Glebovich) 04 13-14c

Fedor Mikhailovich, district chief 04 13-14c

Fedor Mikhailovich, prince of Pskov 04 13-14c

Fedor Romanovich, husband of Feodosia Ivanovna 04 13-14c

Fedor Romanovich, prince of Riazan 04 13-14c

Fedor Rostislavich, prince of Smolensk 06 1389-1462

Fedor Rostislavich "the Black", prince of Yaroslavl 15 1606-13

Fedor Sazonovich, Mogilev priest 15 1606-13

Fedor Shubacheev, boyar 04 13-14c

Fedor Sviatoslavich 04 13-14c

Fedor Sviblo, boyar 04 13-14c

Fedor Timofeev, table attendant to Metropolitan Cyprian 06 1389-1462

Fedor Timofeevich, boyar 04 13-14c

Fedor Vasilievich, prince of Galich 04 13-14c

Fedor Vasilievich, prince of Rostov 04 13-14c

Fedor Vasilievich, prince of Tarusa 08 15c

Fedor Vasilievich, son of Vasily, pr. of Riazan 07 15c

Fedor Vladimirovich, prince of Pinsk 04 13-14c

Fedor Voronets, boyar 04 13-14c

Fedor Yaroslavich 04 13-14c

Fedor Yarunovich 04 13-14c

Fedor Yurievich, Prince 07 15c

Fedorov 29 18c

Fedorov, deacon 38 1745-48

Fedorov, Dimitry 09 16c

Fedorov, Ivan, priest in Ivanovskoe 35 1730s

Fedorov, Ivan, priest in Moscow 35 1730s

Fedorov, Ivan, printer 12 16c

Fedorov, Luka 07 15c

Fedorov, Mark, Macedonian 18 16-17c

Fedorov Matvey, Zaporozhian hetman 14 1598-1606

Fedorov, Moisei 07 15c

Fedorov, Vasily 07 15c

Fedorov, Vasily, Don Cossack, rebel leader 21 17c

Fedorov, Yakov 07 15c

Fedorovich, Taras (Fedorovych, Triasylo), hetman 18 16-17c

Fedosia 24

Fedosy, metropolitan 07 15c

Felz, Jeremy, foreign merchant 18 16-17c

Feodor (Leshchinsky) 29 18c

Feodor, abbot 12 16c

Feodor, bp. of Belgorod 02 11-12c

Feodor, iconographer 12 16c

Feodora Alexeevna, tsarevna 23 17c

Feodorit 12 16c

Feodorit, archbishop of Riazan 15 1606-13

Feodorit, archimandrite of Khutyn mon. 17 1634-45

Feodorit the Anchorite 45 1766-68

Feodorit the Blessed, 5th century writer 12 16c

Feodosia, Feodosii, Feodosy 35 1730s

Feodosia, daughter of Ivan I 04 13-14c

Feodosia, princess, daughter of Ivan III 08 15c

Feodosia, tsarevna, infant daughter of Tsar Fedor Ivanovich and Tsaritsa Irina 14 1598-1606

Feodosy, abbot 35 1730s

Feodosy, abbot of Khutyn monastery 12 16c

Feodosy, abbot of Kiev Caves monastery 01 9-11c

Feodosy, abbot, confessor to Ivan IV 14 1598-1606

Feodosy, archbishop 21 17c

Feodosy, archbishop of Novgorod 12 16c

Feodosy, archbishop of Rostov 06 1389-1462

Feodosy, archimandrite of Miracles monastery 16 1613-34

Feodosy, archimandrite of Pskov Caves monastery 15 1606-13

Feodosy, archimandrite, confessor to Ivan IV 14 1598-1606

Feodosy, bishop of Polotsk 06 1389-1462

Feodosy, bishop of Rostov 08 15c

Feodosy, bishop, Georgian ambassador 17 1634-45

Feodosy, deacon 21 17c

Feodosy, metropolitan 08 15c

Feodosy Kosoy 12 16c

Feodosy Tomkevich the Greek, Lvov burgher 20 17c

Feodosy (Yanovsky) 29 18c

Feodul, abbot 03 12-13c

Feofan, boyar from Pereiaslavl 04 13-14c

Feofan (Prokopovich) 29 18c

Feofil, archbishop of Novgorod 07 15c

Feofilakt, bishop 38 1745-48

Feofilakt of Tver 34 1730s

Feofilakta 08 15c

Feofilatiev, Grigory, ambassador to Persia 16 1613-34

Feoktist, archbishop of Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Feoktist, archbishop of Tver 15 1606-13

Feoktist, monk of Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Ferdinand, Austrian archduke, brother of Maximilian II 11 16c

Ferdinand, Brunswick prince 41 1757-61

Ferdinand I, Holy Roman emperor 13 1584-98

Ferdinand II, Holy Roman emperor 16 1613-34

Ferdinand III, Holy Roman emperor 16 1613-34

Ferdinand the Catholic 24

Fermor, Count Wilhelm, field marshal 41 1757-61

Ferrara, grand duke of 07 15c

Fersen, Swede 45 1766-68

Fersen, Count Frederick von, Swedish field marshal 48 1772-74

Feti-Girey, Crimean crown prince 13 1584-98

Feti-Girey-Saltan, Crimean military leader (1730s) 34 1730s

Fiedler, Kaspar, German mercenary 15 1606-13

Filalet, Khristofor (Fylalet, Khrystofor), alias of nobleman Marcin Bronowski 18 16-17c

Filaret, archimandrite of Nativity monastery, Vladimir 21 17c

Filaret, monk, metropolitan of Rostov. See also Romanov, Fedor Nikitich and Filaret, patriarch 14 1598-1606

Filaret (Fedor Nikotich Romanov), patriarch 16 1553-1633

Filaret, Philaret (patriarch) 24

Filaret, precentor of Trinity monastery 17 1634-45

Filaret, religious name of F.N. Romanov 14 1598-1606

Filatiev, A. 29 18c

Filatiev, Astafy, Muscovite merchant 23 17c

Filatov, town secretary 17 1634-45

Filia the Proud, Hungarian commander 03 12-13c

Filimonov, Maxim, Bishop Methodius 20 17c

Filip, archpriest 20 17c

Filip, Galich boyar 04 13-14c

Filip, ordinary Russian name 24

Filip, Philip (metropolitan; of Macedon; otherwise Filip) 24

Filip Ledovich, Pskov warrior 04 13-14c

Filip Nianka, commander of Moscow 04 13-14c

Filipov, Kuzma, ataman (chief) of hetman's kuren (barracks) 20 17c

Filippov, Aleksei, guards grenadier 48 1772-74

Filofey 29 18c

Filofey, bishop of Perm 07 15c

Filofey, monk 09 16c

Folosofov, procurator 38 1745-48

Filosofov, Ivan, native of Smolensk 15 1606-13

Filosofov, Mikhail Mikhailovich, Russian ambassador to Denmark 46 1768-70

Finch, English envoy 34 1730s

Finch, Thomas, English emissary 16 1613-34

Finck, Friedrich August von, general 41 1757-61

Finckelstein, Count 45 1766-68

Finckenstein, Karl Wilhelm von, Prussian ambassador 45 1766-68

Fioraventi, Andrei 08 15c

Fiorovanti, Aristotle, Italian architect 15 1606-13

Firlej, Jan, grand marshal of Polish crown, governor of Cracow 11 16c

Firs, priest 18 16-17c

Firsov, Ivan 20 17c

Fischer, president of Medical Chancellery 35 1730s

Fittinghof, colonel 41 1757-61

Flavian, monk 21 17c

Fleming, military leader 35 1730s

Flemming, Saxon minister 38 1745-48

Flemming, Swedish captain 38 1745-48

Fleming, Klaus, Swedish plenipotentiary 16 1613-34

Flemming, Jan, Polish military leader 46 1768-70

Fletcher, Giles, English agent, chronicler 14 1598-1606

Fleury, André-Hercule, cardinal 35 1730s

Fliverk, Andrei Matveevich, governor of Belgorod 48 1772-74

Fofanov, Nikita Fedorovich, printer 15 1606-13

Foka, Greek captain 46 1768-70

Fölkershamn (Foelkershamb, Feldersam), Melchior von, chancellor of Courland, diplomat 23 17c

Folkungs, Swedish ruling house 04 13-14c

Foma, Thomas for non-Russians 45 1766-68

Foma, chaplain to Elena in Vilna 07 15c

Foma, churchwarden 04 13-14c

Foma, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Foma, district supervisory priest 04 13-14c

Foma Ivanovich 06 1389-1462

Foma Lazhovich, boyar 03 12-13c

Foma Liaskovich, commander to Vsevolod III 03 12-13c

Foma Ratiborovich, commander 02 11-12c

Fomin, boyar 12 16c

Fomin Potap, skotnik of Novgorod 12 16c

Fomin, I. 29 18c

Fomin, Ivan, translator 15 1606-13

Fonarkin, Moscow trader 17 1634-45

Fonvizin, Denis, cavalry captain 17 1634-45

Fotinia 24

Fouqué, General de la Motte 41 1757-61

Fouquet, Charles, count de Belle-Isle, duke of Gisors, marshal of France 41 1757-61

Francis, archduke 38 1745-48

Francis I 24

Francis the Greek 29 18c

Franik, Malash, "old-timer" in village 06 1389-1462

Franz Stefan, duke of Lorraine. Use French spelling François-Étienne 35 1730s

Fraundorf, colonel 38 1745-48

Fredehelm 03 12-13c

Fredenstierna, Swedish councillor 38 1745-48

Frederick, crown prince of Denmark 48 1772-74

Frederick. Use Friedrich (German except for Prussia and HRE), Frederik (Danish), Fredrik (Swedish)

Frederick Henry, Dutch Stadholder 16 1613-34

Frederick I Barbarossa 04 13-14c

Frederick II, duke of Holstein-Gottorp 26 1690s

Frederick II, Hohenstaufen emperor 04 13-14c

Frederick V, Count Palatine, titular king of Bohemia 16 1613-34

Frederick II "the Great," king of Prussia 48 1772-74

Frederick William I 34 1730s

Frederik II, king of Denmark 10 16c

Frederik III, king of Denmark 10 16c

Frederik IV, king of Denmark 26 1690s

Frederik V, king of Denmark 48 1772-74

Fredrik, prince of Sweden, brother of Gustav III 48 1772-74

Fredrov, Polish troop commander 14 1598-1606

Freeze, Gregory 48 1772-74

Freitag, Count 34 1730s

Frelaf, Oleg's emissary 01 9-11c

Friazin, Anton (Antonio Gislardi) 08 15c

Friazin, Bon 09 16c

Friazin, Ivan (Gian-Battista della Volpe) 07 15c

Friazin, Marco (Marco Ruffo) 08 15c

Friazin, Master Aleviz 09 16c

Friazin, Master Peter 09 16c

Friazin, Peter Anton (Pietro Antonio Solario) 08 15c

Friazinov, Vlas 09 16c

Fridrikh, Friedrich 45 1766-68

Friedrich, duke of Holstein 17 1634-45

Friedrich III, Holy Roman emperor 07 15c

Friedrich the Warlike, Austrian duke 04 13-14c

Friesendorf, Baron Frederick von, Swedish senator 46 1768-70

Fritsch, ore assayer 17 1634-45

Frolov, Evstrat, crown secretary 20 17c

Frolov, Fedor 35 1730s

Frolov, Ivan 35 1730s

Frolov, Stepan 35 1730s

Frolov, Volokita, Don ataman 17 1634-45

Frozendorf, Baron, Swedish senator 45 1766-68

Fuchs, baron, Swedish stadholder 38 1745-48

Fuchs, foreign colonel 17 1634-45

Fuchs, Prussian diplomat 38 1745-48

Fulkon, bishop of Cracow 03 12-13c

Funikov, Nikita Afanasievich 10 16c

Fürstenberg, master of Livonian Order 10 16c

Fustov, noble 17 1634-45

Gabriel, bishop of Tver 48 1772-74

Gabriel, Serbian archbishop 21 17c

Gaden, Daniel von, foreign doctor 25 1680s

Gadiatsky, Mikhail 26 1690s

Gagarin, B., prince 29 18c

Gagarin, M.P., prince 29 18c

Gagarin, Prince (unspecified) 17 1634-45

Gagarin, Prince Nikita, governor of Viazma 16 1613-34

Gagarin, Prince Roman Ivanovich 15 1606-13

Gagarin, Prince Semeon 16 1613-34

Gagarin, V., prince 29 18c

Gagin (unspecified) 17 1634-45

Gagin, I.I. 29 18c

Gaiutin, Vasily, musketeer captain 25 1606-13

Gajka (Gajko), Jan, Lithuanian envoy 09 16c

Galagan 29 18c

Galagan, Mikita, peasant 18 16-17c

Gald, papal envoy 04 13-14c

Gamaleia, Grigory (Hamalia, Hyrhory, Ukr.) 20 17c

Gamolinski, Polish emissary in Paris 46 1768-70

Gantemir (Gantimur), Tungus leader 23 17c

Gaponov, German (Hapanovych, Herman, Ukr.) 20 17c

Gardie, de la, Swedish noble. See De la Gardie 45 1766-68

Gardie, Senator de la 34 1730s

Garezin, architectural ensign 48 1772-74

Gartinger, envoy of Emperor Maximilian 08 15c

Gartinger, Imperial envoy 09 16c

Ga<siewski, Alexander, Polish diplomat and military commander 14 1598-1606

Ga<siewski, Krzystof 16 1613-34

Ga<siewski, Wikenty Korvin, Lithuania hetman 20 17c

Gass, English agent 12 16c

Gastold, governor 09 16c

Gavrenev 24

Gavriil 29 18c

Gavrila, bishop of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Gavrila, mayor of Pskov 07 15c

Gavrila Gorislavich, Pskov commander 04 13-14c

Gavrilka, bogus tsarevich 15 1606-13

Gavrill of Riazan, Gavriil 34 1730s

Gavrilo Nerevinich, boyar of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Gavrilo Oleksich, member of Alexander Nevsky's retinue 04 13-14c

Gavrilo Vasilievich, boyar of Dorogobuzh 02 11-12c

Gavrilov, Afanasy, cossack captain 16 1613-34

Gavrilov, Andrei, Novgorod territorial elder 18 16-17c

Gavrilov, Timofey, tailor 21 17c

Gavshuk, "old-timer" in village 06 1389-1462

Gedeon, metropolitan of Kiev (Chetvertinsky) 25 1680s

Gedeon, Yury Khmelnitsky's monastic name 20 17c

Gediminas, grand prince of Lithuania 07 15c

Geev 29 18c

Geffroy, Auguste 48 1772-74

Gelasius, metropolitan of Krutitsa 14 1598-1606

Gelazunov, postal courier from Verkhoturie 14 1598-1606

Gelonus, son of Hercules 01 9-11c

Gembiabek, Mongol commander 03 12-13c

Gemont, papal envoy 04 13-14c

Genghis Khan, Mongol emperor 48 1772-74

Gennadi, Gennady 45 1766-68

Gennady, abbot of Viazhitsk monastery 15 1606-13

Gennady, archim. of Chudov monastery 08 15c

Gennady, Bishop 07 15c

Gennady, bishop of Pskov 17 1634-45

Gennady, elder from Saray hermitage 12 16c

Gennady Gonzov, archbishop of Novgorod 12 16c

Gennin, V. 29 18c

Geoffrin, Maria T. 45 1766-68

Geoffrin, Mme Marie, salon keeper, friend of Stanis¬aw Augustus 48 1772-74

Georg-Ludwig, prince of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp 41 1757-61

George, servant of St. Boris 01 9-11c

George Brankovic (d. 1497), son of Stepan Brankovic; ruler of Serbia 08 15c

George Hamartolos, Byzantine chronicler 01 9-11c

George I , king of England 34 1730s

George II, king of England 34 1730s

George III, king of England 48 1772-74

George, St. 06 1389-1462

George of Podebrady 07 15c

George the Greek 07 15c

George Pisides, monk, author 06 1389-1462

George William, elector of Brandenburg 16 1613-34

Georgii, Georgy 45 1766-68

Georgius David, Jesuit in Moscow 25 1680s

Georgy, rumored son of Solomonia 09 16c

Georgy, second son of Vasily and Elena 09 16c

Georgy Ivanovich, boyar of Chernigov 02 11-12c

Georgy of Rostov 34 1730s

Georgy (Yury) Vladimirovich Dolgoruky 24

Gérard, French consul in Danzig 48 1772-74

Gerasim 29 18c

Gerasim, abbot of Koriazhemsk monastery 13 1584-98

Gerasim, archimandrite of Ascension monastery 21 17c

Gerasim, bishop of Smolensk 06 1389-1462

Gerasim, bishop of Suzdal 16 1613-34

Gerasim, monk 03 12-13c

Gerasim, monk of Savior monastery (Staraia Rusa) 12 16c

Gerasim, monk of Trinity monastery, Vasilgorod 21 17c

Gerasim Cherny, monk 09 16c

Gerasim of Nikolskoe 08 15c

Gerasim of the Ksiropotamo (?) monastery 08 15c

Gerasimos, patriarch of Alexandria 17 1634-45

Gerasimov, merchant 41 1757-61

Gerasimov, Flor 24

Gerasimova, Marfa 35 1730s

Gerden, Lithuanian prince 04 13-14c

German, monk at Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

German, priest at Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

German Polev, archbishop of Kazan 12 16c

Germen, S., Danish count 48 1772-74

Germogen, Patriarch. Use Hermogen 14 1598-1606

Gerold, ore assayer 17 1634-45

Geronti, Geronty 45 1766-68

Geronty, abbot, candidate for metropolitanate of Kiev and All Rus 04 13-14c

Geronty, metropolitan of Moscow 07 15c

Geronty, priest at Solovetsk monastery 21 17c

Gertrud, queen of Hungary 03 12-13c

Gertrude, sister of Austrian grand duke Friedrich, married to Roman Danilovich 04 13-14c

Gerts, Herz 45 1766-68

Gervasia, Gervasius 45 1766-68

Géza, pr of Hungary 02 11-12c

Géza II, k. of Hungary 02 11-12c

Gibbon, Edward 24

Gika, translator of the Porte 35 1730s

Gika, Wallachian ruler 34 1730s

Gilianitsky, Grigory, (Hylianitsky, Hryhory, Ukr.) cossack colonel 20 17c

Gillet, Nicolas-François, designer 41 1757-61

Girey, Crimean ruling family 48 1772-74

Girey, Kazy, Crimean khan 14 1598-1606

Giria (Hyria), Ivan, cossack leader 18 16-17c

Gislardi, Antonio. See Friazin, Anton 08 15c

Gitovt, (Lith.) 09 16c

Giur, reeve of Vsevolod III 03 12-13c

Giurata Rogovich, citizen of Novgorod 03 12-13c

Giurata Semkovich 02 11-12c

Giurgi, probably Yury Mishinich, mayor of Novgorod 04 13-14c

Gizel, Innokenty, archimandrite of Kiev Caves monastery 20 17c

Gizingarski, Mateiul, Danish emissary 16 1613-34

Gizycki, Albert 16 1613-34

Gladky, Grigory (Hladky, Hryhory), native of Putivl 16 1613-34

Gladky, Opimakh 08 15c

Glagol, Semen Visoky, iconographer 12 16c

Glazov, ensign 41 1757-61

Glazov, hunter 13 1584-98

Glazunov, assessor 35 1730s

Glazunov, postal courier 14 1598-1606

Gleb, prince of Zeremeev 04 13-14c

Gleb Olgovich 02 11-12c

Gleb Rakosich 02 11-12c

Gleb Rogvaldovich of Drutsk 03 12-13c

Gleb Rostislavich, pr of Drutsk 02 11-12c

Gleb Rostislavich, pr of Riazan 02 11-12c

Gleb Rostislavich, prince of Smolensk 04 13-14c

Gleb Rostislavich, prince of Stepan 04 13-14c

Gleb Sviatoslavich, prince of Briansk 04 13-14c

Gleb Sviatoslavich, prince of Smolensk 04 13-14c

Gleb Sviatoslavich 02 11-12c

Gleb Vasilievich, prince of Rostov 06 1389-1462

Gleb Vasilkovich, prince of Rostov 04 13-14c

Gleb Vladimirovich, prince of Riazan 06 1389-1462

Gleb Vladimirovich, St. 01 9-11c

Gleb Vseslavich 02 11-12c

Gleb Vsevolodovich 02 11-12c

Gleb Yurievich 03 12-13c

Gleb Zeremeevich, boyar of Galich 03 12-13c

Gleb, St 02 11-12c

Gleb-Menskoy 03 12-13c

Glebov 29 18c

Glebov, Alexander Ivanovich, commissary general of the army 48 1772-74

Glebov, Alexander, lieutenant general 41 1757-61

Glebov, Fedor Ivanovich, general 48 1772-74

Glebov, Matvey, assistant governor 17 1634-45

Glebov, Moisey 16 1613-34

Glebovich, Yan Yurievich, castellan of Minsk 12 16c

Glebowicz, Jan Jurewicz, Stanis¬aw 45 1766-68

Glebowicz, Juri 07 15c

Glebowicz, Juri, elder of Zhmud 20 17c

Glebowicz, Stanis¬aw 07 15c

Gleichen, Carl Heinrich, Austrian ambassador to France and Naples 46 1768-70

Glembocki, Polish lord 13 1584-98

Glevov, commander 09 16c

Glinskaia, Elena, wife of Vasily III 10 16c

Glinskaia, Princess Anna 09 16c

Glinsky, Prince Ivan 07 15c

Glinsky, Prince Ivan Mikhailovich 13 1584-98

Glinsky, Prince Mikhail Lvovich 10 16c

Glinsky, Prince Mikhail Vasilievich 09 16c

Glinsky, Prince Vasily Lvovich 07 15c

Glinsky, Prince Vasily Mikhailovich 10 16c

Glinsky, Prince Yury Vasilievich 09 16c

Glover, Frederick, English trader 17 1634-45

Glukhov, Arseny 15 1606-13

Glukhov, Ivan, governor 13 1584-98

Glukhov, Ivan, Muscovite envoy 11 16c

Glukhoy, Arseny, monk, proofreader 17 1634-45

Gmelin, Johann Georg 35 1730s

Gnezdilovsky, prince 12 16c

Gninski, Polish ambassador 25 1680s

Gobel, Danish court lady 46 1768-70

Godabend, Persian shah 13 1584-98

Godunov, boyar 09 16c

Godunov family 04 13-14c

Godunov, Boris Fedorovich. See Boris Godunov, Tsar; Bogolep 14 1598-1606

Godunov, Dmitry Ivanovich, master of the horse 14 1598-1606

Godunov, Grigory Vasilievich, majordomo 14 1598-1606

Godunov, Ivan Ivanovich, lord-in-waiting 15 1606-13

Godunov, Ivan Vasilievich, boyar 16 1613-34

Godunov, Ivan, nephew of N.V. Godubov 17 1634-45

Godunov, Matvey Mikhailovich, gov. Tobolsk 17 1634-45

Godunov, Nikita Vasilievich, lord-in-waiting 16 1613-34

Godunov, Semen Nikitich, boyar 14 1598-1606

Godunov, Stefan Vasilievich, majordomo 14 1598-1606

Godunov, Stepan Vasilievich, boyar 14 1598-1606

Godunova, Irina Nikitichna 17 1634-45

Godunova, Maria Grigorievna. See Maria Grigorievna Godunova, tsaritsa 15 1606-13

Godunova, Xenia Borisovna, tsarevna 15 1606-13

Goëss, Count, Swedish diplomat 41 1757-61

Goeteeris, Anton, Dutch emissary 16 1613-34

Gogara, Vasily, Russian traveller 17 1634-45

Gogol, Astafy (Hohol, Ostap, Ukr.) 20 17c

Goitan, Moscow artist 06 1389-1462

Goldbach, Christian 35 1730s

Golembovsky, resident in Poland 38 1745-48

Golenishchev (unspecified) 17 1634-45

Golenishchev, Anfinogen Fedorov, crown secretary 15 1606-13

Golenishchev-Kutuzov, adjutant 41 1757-61

Goliath, biblical character 17 1634-45

Golitsa. See Bulgakov-Patrikeev-Golitsa 10 16c

Golitsyn family 14 1598-1606

Golitsyn Prince Andrei Ivanovich 14 1598-1606

Golitsyn, A.B. 29 18c

Golitsyn, Alexis Vasilievich 24

Golitsyn, B.A. 29 18c

Golitsyn, D.M. 29 18c

Golitsyn, I.A. 29 18c

Golitsyn, Mikhail Alexeevich 35 1730s

Golitsyn, P.A. 29 18c

Golitsyn, Prince Alexander Mikhailovich, field marshal 48 1772-74

Golitsyn, Prince Alexander Mikhailovich, vice chancellor 48 1772-74

Golitsyn, Prince Alexis Andreevich 23 17c

Golitsyn, Prince Alexis Dmitrievich 41 1757-61

Golitsyn, Prince Andrei Ivanovich, military commander 13 1584-98

Golitsyn, Prince Andrei Vasilievich 16 1613-34

Golitsyn, Prince Dmitry Mikhailovich, ambassador to Vienna 48 1772-74

Golitsyn, Prince Ivan Andreevich 17 1634-45

Golitsyn, Prince Ivan Ivanovich, military commander 13 1584-98

Golitsyn, Prince Ivan Vasilievich 14 1598-1606

Golitsyn, Prince Mikhail Mikhailovich 34 1730s

Golitsyn, Prince Mikhail Mikhailovich (the Younger) 38 1745-46

Golitsyn, Prince Sergei 34 1730s

Golitsyn, Prince Vasily Vasilievich 10 16c

Golitsyn, Prince Vasily Vasilievich 14 1598-1606

Golitsyn, Prince Vasily Vasilievich 25 1680s

Golitsyn Prince Vasily Yurievich 13 1584-98

Golitsyn, Prince Yakov 34 1730s

Golitsyn, Prince Yury Mikhailovich 09 16c

Golitsyn, Sergei Dmitrievich 35 1730s

Golitsyn, Vasily Vasilievich 24

Golitsyn-Bulgakov, Prince Yury Mikhalovich 10 16c

Golitsyna, N.P. 29 18c

Golokhvastov, Alexis, noble 15 1606-13

Golokhvastov, courier 09 16c

Goloshchap, Andrei (Andriushka), Volga ataman 13 1584-98

Golosov, Luka (Lukian) Timofeevich, conciliar secretary 18 16-17c

Golosov, Lukian 24

Golova-Khovrin, Ivan Vladimirovich 09 16c

Golovachev, Fedor, gov. Solvychegodsk 17 1634-45

Golovatsky, teacher 35 1730s

Golovin family 13 1584-98

Golovin 24

Golovin, ambassador from Moscow to Poland 11 16c

Golovin, crown secretary 16 1613-34

Golovin, Fedor, lord-in-waiting 16 1613-34

Golovin, Fedor Vasilievich 15 1606-13

Golovin, Foma 09 16c

Golovin, Ivan 06 1389-1462

Golovin, M. 29 18c

Golovin, Mikhail, refugee in Poland 13 1584-98

Golovin, Nikolay Fedorovich 35 1730s

Golovin, Peter, governor of Tarki 16 1613-34

Golovin, Peter, governor of Yakutsk 17 1634-45

Golovin, Peter, Terek governor 14 1598-1606

Golovin, Peter Ivanovich 09 16c

Golovin, Peter Ivanovich, treasurer 13 1584-98

Golovin, Posnik 09 16c

Golovin, V. 29 18c

Golovin, Vasily Petrovich, treasurer 15 1606-13

Golovkin, boyar 09 16c

Golovkin, court butler 23 17c

Golovkin, A.G. 29 18c

Golovkin, Count Mikhail Gavrilovich 34 1730s

Golovkin, Gavriil Ivanovich 35 1730s

Golovkin, Mikhail Gavrilovich 35 1730s

Golshanits, townsman of Wilno 14 1598-1606

Goltiaeva, Maria Fedorovna, princess 06 1389-1462

Goltiaev-Koshkin, Fedor, boyar 06 1389-1462

Goltschur, chancellor to bishop of Dorpat 10 16c

Goltz, August, Polish noble 46 1768-70

Goltz, Georg Conrad von der, general 41 1757-61

Goltz, Wilhelm Bernhard von, Prussian special envoy to France 48 1772-74

Goluboy-Rostovsky, Prince 09 16c

Golukhovsky, Semeon (Holukhivsky, Semeon, Ukr.) 20 17c

Goodricke, Sir John, British ambassador to Sweden 48 1772-74

Goppen, Dantzig burgher 08 15c

Gorbaty, Andrei 09 16c

Gorbaty, Prince Alexander Borisovich 09 16c

Gorbaty, Prince Boris 09 16c

Gorbaty, Prince Fedor 09 16c

Gorbaty, Prince Ivan 08 15c

Gorbaty, Prince Mikhail 09 16c

Gorbaty-Suzdalsky, Prince Boris Ivanovich 10 16c

Gorbaty-Suzdalsky-Shuisky, Prince Alexander Borisovich 10 16c

Gorbaty-Suzdalsky-Shuisky, Prince Peter Alexandrovich 10 16c

Gorchakov, assessor 35 1730s

Gorchakov, governor of Smolensk 15 1606-13

Gorchakov, servitor of Trinity monastery 17 1634-45

Gordeenko, K. 29 18c

Gordeev, chess master 48 1772-74

Gordenev, Ivan, Voronezh townsman 21 17c

Gordenin, manufacturer 41 1757-61

Gordon, Alexander, foreign officer 17 1634-45

Gordon, Patrick 24

Gorely, Russian serviceman 23 17c

Gorensky, Prince Peter 10 16c

Goriaser, murderer of St. Gleb 01 9-11c

Gorikhvostov, governor of Tikhvin 15 1606-13

Go;rka, Stanis¬aw, governor of Poznan; 13 1584-98

Gorlenko, Lazar (Horlenko, Lazar, Ukr.) 20 17c

Gorokhov, Ivan Savinovich, crown secretary 23 17c

Gorokhovsky, cossack ataman 15 1606-13

Gorshadna, wife of Safa-Girey 09 16c

Gorsky, V. 29 18c

Goshevsky, priest 12 16c

Gostenkov, Mikhail 08 15c

Gostomysl 03 12-13c

Gotikov 16 1613-34

Gotland, duke of (Gustav III) 08 18c

Gottfried, Johann 24

Gottorp, Holstein-Gottorp family 48 1772-74

Gotzkowski, Johann Ernst, Berlin manufacturer, banker 41 1757-61

Gouchère St. Agnes, Gosher sviatoy Anisii 29 18c

Gozvinsky, Fedor 24

Grab, Ivert, Danish emissary to Russia 18 16-17c

Grablenny, Nikifor, deacon, iconographer 12 16c

Grabowski, General (Polish) 45 1766-68

Graman, Artman, doctor 17 1634-45

Gramotin, Ivan 24

Gramotin, Ivan Tarasievich, crown secretary 15 1606-13

Granovsky, Timofei 24

Grave, Christian, army doctor 48 1772-74

Grebenek, Prince Vasily (Grebenok?) 09 16c

Grebenok, Prince Vasily Vasilievich Shuisky. See Shuisky-Grebenok 07 15c

Grechanin, Stepan (Hrechanyi, Stefan, Ukr.) 20 17c

Grechin, Isaiah, artist in Novgorod 06 1389-1462

Gregory, metropolitan 06 1389-1462

Gregory, metropolitan of Thessalonika 12 16c

Gregory, monk of St. Athanasius monastery 06 1389-1462

Gregory Mammas, patriarch (residing in Rome) 06 1389-1462

Gregory the Theologian 12 16c

Gregory VII, pope 02 11-12c

Gregory IX, pope 04 13-14c

Gregory XIII, pope 12 16c

Greig, Samuel Karlovich, Russian rear admiral 48 1772-74

Grekov, colonel 38 1745-48

Grekov, Obriuta Mikhailov 12 16c

Grekovich, Anton (Hrekovych, Antin), archimandrite of Vydubets mon. 18 16-17c

Grenville, Lord 48 1772-74

Griaziev, undersecretary, messenger to England 16 1613-34

Griaziev, Ivan, crown secretary 16 1613-34

Griaznoy, Timofey 15 1606-13

Griaznoy, Vasily Grigorievich, oprichnik 12 16c

Griboedov, Fedor 35 1730s

Griboedov, Fedor, crown secretary 18 16-17c

Gridia, cantor of the Boris-Gleb monastery 08 15c

Grigorevich 48 1772-74

Grigorii Neokesariiskii, St. Gregory of Neo-Caesarea 24

Grigoriev, clerk 38 1745-48

Grigoriev, subdeacon 17 1634-45

Grigoriev, Grigory, Russian student sent to England 16 16-17c

Grigoriev, Joseph, imperial ambassador 16 1612

Grigoriev, Matvey 12 16c

Grigoriev, Nikofor 15 1606-13

Grigoriev, Pavel, sergeant of Sretensk musketeers 21 17c

Grigoriev, Yelisey (sobriquet Lisitsa), Novgorod townsman 18 16-17c

Grigorovich, teacher 35 1730s

Grigory, Galich boyar, majordomo 04 13-14c

Grigory, Georgian tsarevich, grandson of Teimuraz I 23 17c

Grigory, metropolitan of Kiev 07 15c

Grigory, native of Nizhny Novgorod 15 1606-13

Grigory, patriarch of Constantinople. See Mammas. Use Greek name 07 15c

Grigory (Hryhory), Pereiaslav archpriest 20 17c

Grigory (Hryhory), servant of Metropolitan Mikhail 18 16-17c

Grigory, priest at Bolshoe Pokrovskoe 17 1634-45

Grigory, proof reader at printing office 17 1634-45

Grigory, visionary in Nizhny Novgorod 15 1606-13

Grigory Balaban 12 16c

Grigory Fedorovich, prince of Velikie Luki 09 16c

Grigory Khotovich 03 12-13c

Grigory of Semenovskoe 08 15c

Grigory Vasilievich, Galich boyar 04 13-14c

Grigory Vasilkovich 02 11-12c

Grincogne de Bourdain (Grink-on-de-Burden) 29 18c

Grinkov, captain 35 1730s

Grishka (Hrytsko), diminutive of Grogory (Hryhory) 18 16-17c

Gritsko (Hrytska, Hrytsko, Ukr.), diminutive of Grigory 20 17c

Grobov, Mina 24

Grodenski, Polish emissary 11 16c

Gröe, Mons, Danish diplomat, 1670s 25 1680s

Groevsky 29 18c

Grolnitsky, Uniate archbishop 15 1606-13

Gross, Russian envoy in Paris 38 1745-48

Gross, Christian Friedrich 35 1730s

Gross, Friedrich Ulrich, Russian ambassador to Lower Saxony and the Hanseatic cities 46 1768-70

Gross, Heinrich, Russian diplomat 41 1757-61

Grot, imperial ambassador to Poland 16 1613-34

Grot, Jakob K. 15 1606-13

Grozilnikov, merchant of Nizhny Novgorod 14 1598-1606

Grünstein, Peter 38 1745-48

Grusha, Polish commander 20 17c

Gruszecki, Polish lord 16 1613-34

Gruzinkin, Alexis, cossack, participant in peasant war 21 17c

Gruzintsev 29 18c

Grydycz, Polish royal secretary 16 1613-34

Guanini (Gvagvin), A., visitor to Muscovy. Use Guagnini 24

Guarini, priest to August III 38 1745-48

Guba 08 15c

Gubin 29 18c

Gubin, envoy 09 16c

Gubin, Grigory, Ustiug townsman 18 16-17c

Gudovich, brigadier 46 1768-70

Gudy, ambassador to Byzantium 01 9-11c

Gudzan (Hudzan, Ukr.) 18 16-17c

Gugudar, Daur chieftain 23 17c

Gugulevichevna (Huhulevichyvna, Halshka) wife of Belarus official 18 16-17c

Guido of Messina (Guido delle Colonne) 24

Guines, Adrien-Louis, French diplomat 46 1768-70

Guizot, François 24

Gulianitsky, Grigory (Hylianytsky, Hryhory, Ukr.) 20 17c

Gundorov princes 12 16c

Gunia, Andrei, peasant rebel leader 17 1634-45

Gunia, Dmitry (Hunia, Dmytro), cossack leader 18 16-17c

Gunning, Robert, British envoy to Petersburg 48 1772-74

Gureev, Yakim, judge in Obonezh 06 1389-1462

Gurev, Gzhatsk merchant 48 1772-74

Gurev family, Gzhatsk merchants 48 1772-74

Gurev, Alexander, guards officer 48 1772-74

Gurev, Ivan, guards officer 48 1772-74

Gurev, Semen, guards officer, plotter 48 1772-74

Guriata Rogovich, Novgorod merchant 01 9-11c

Guriev, major 38 1745-48

Gurowski, Polish official 45 1766-68

Gurowski, Wladyslaw, Lithuanian court marshal 46 1768-70

Gury, first archbishop of Kazan 12 16c

Gusak, ?Husak 26 1690s

Gusev 07 15c

Gusev, Vladimir 08 15c

Gusiatnikov, M. 29 18c

Gustav I Vasa, King of Sweden 15 1606-13

Gustav II Adolf, king of Sweden 15 1606-13

Gustav III, king of Sweden 38 1745-48

Gustav, Swedish prince 14 1598-1606

Gustavus. Use Gustav in Swedish or German context

Gustavus Adolphus IV, king of Sweden. Use Gustav Adolf 48 1772-74

Gustavus II Adolphus, king of Sweden. Use Gustav Adolf 15 1606-13

Gustavus III, king of Sweden. Use Gustav 48 1772-74

Guy-Dickens, Sir Melchior, English ambassador 38 1745-48

Guyuk (Kuiuk), khan 04 13-14c

Gvagvin, visitor to Muscovy. Use Guagnini 24

Gvidon Messinskii, Guido of Messina 24

Gvintovka (Hvyntovka, Ukr.), Matvey 20 17c

Gvozdev, Prince, table attendant 13 1584-98

Gyllenborg, Count 34 1730s

Gyllenborg, Count Carl, Swedish diplomat and politician 38 1745-48

Gyllenstierna, Count 34 1730s

Gyllenstierna, Johan, Swedish foreign minister 38 1745-48

Hadik von Putak, Count Andreas, general 41 1757-61

Hadrian, a Greek 09 16c

Hadrian, Roman emperor 01 9-11c

Hagar 02 11-12c

Hagios Ioann - St. John the Apostle 06 1389-1462

Haji-Girey 09 16c

Haji-Khodja (Achikhoza), Tatar envoy 04 13-14c

Hallart, general 26 1690s

Hanbury-Williams, Charles, English diplomat 48 1772-74

Handelius, Erasmus, imperial mediator 16 1613-34

Hannibal 15 1606-13

Hannibal, Russian brigadier 46 1768-70

Hans, king of Denmark 08 15c

Hans, master 10 16c

Hans Cicero, margrave of Brandenburg 08 15c

Hapsburgs 34 1730s

Haraburda, Mikhail, Lithuanian envoy 10 16c

Harald III Hardraade, king of Norway 01 9-11c

Harf, Ivan Nikolaevich, Danish admiral in Russian service 46 1768-70

Hårlemann, Swedish senator 38 1745-48

Harrington, Lord (William Stanhope) 34 1730s

Harsch, Count Ferdinand, general 41 1757-61

Harun-al-Rashid, caliph 01 9-11c

Hassan-Pasha, Turkish vizier 17 1634-45

Hastfer, Jacob 26 1690s

Hastings, Lady Mary, cousin to Elizabeth of England 11 16c

Havrincourt, Louis de Cardevac, marquis d' 41 1757-61

Haxthausen, Danish count 48 1772-74

Hayter 29 18c

Hearne, Thomas, foreign officer 17 1634-45

Hebdon, John, English merchant in Russia 23 17c

Hedmann, leader of Swedish peasant estate 38 1745-48

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 24

Heidenstein, Reinhold, historian 12 16c

Helen, servant 04 13-14c

Helmold, Saxon chronicler 01 9-11c

Hendrikson, Swedish ambassador 14 1598-1606

Henneberg, count 04 13-14c

Hennin, Georg de 35 1730s

Henri I, king of France 01 9-11c

Henri IV, king of France 15 1606-13

Henri of Anjou. See Henri of Valois 11 16c

Henri of Navarre. See Henri IV of France 11 16c

Henri of Valois, king of Poland, Henri III of France (Henryk Walezy) 16 1613-34

Henrich von Arfberg 04 13-14c

Henry. Use Henri for French kings

Henry, prince of Prussia, brother of Frederick II 48 1772-74

Henry IV, king of England, earlier earl of Derby 04 13-14c

Henry VIII, king of England 07 15c

Henry I the Fowler, German emperor 01 9-11c

Henry II, St., German emperor 01 9-11c

Henry III, German emperor 02 11-12c

Henry IV, German emperor 02 11-12c

Henryk, prince of Poland 02 11-12c

Henryk, prince of Wroc¬aw 04 13-14c

Henryk I "the Bearded", duke of Silesia 04 13-14c

Henryk II "the Pious" 04 13-14c

Henryk IV Probus, duke of Wroc¬aw 04 13-14c

Hensius, Gottfried, geographer 35 1730s

Heracles, mythical figure 23 17c

Heraclius, Byzantine emperor 03 12-13c

Heraclius (Irakli), Eastern Georgian tsar 48 1772-74

Herberstein, Sigismund von, Austrian ambassador 08 15c

Hermanrich, Gothic leader 01 9-11c

Hermogen, metropolitan of Kazan, later patriarch 14 1598-1606

Herodotus, Greek historian 01 9-11c

Herrmann, Jakob 35 1730s

Hertzig 29 18c

Hesse-Homburg, Ludwig, prince of 35 1730s

Hesychius of Jerusalem 09 16c

Hezekiah, king of Judah 02 11-12c

Hilarion, archbishop of Riazan and Murom 21 17c

Hilarion, bishop of Rostov 01 9-11c

Hilarion, metropolitan of Kiev 12 16c

Hirschberg, Polish historian 15 1606-13

Hlebowicz, Jan, Polish ambassador to Moscow 13 1584-98

Hlebowicz, Jan, Polish commander 11 16c

Hochholzer, Nikolaus Sebastian 35 1730s

Hoddesdon, English agent 12 16c

Holck, Danish count 46 1768-70

Holderness, Robert d'Arcy, earl of 41 1757-61

Holloway, Christopher, clockmaker 17 1634-45

Holmer, Danish messenger 17 1634-45

Holmer, Holstein official 38 1745-48

Holofernes 24

Holstein, duke of 34 1730s

Holstein-Gottorp family 48 1772-74

Holt, Lambert, sea captain 23 17c

Holtz, Field-Marshal-Lieut. 29 18c

Homer, Greek poet 01 9-11c

Hopken, Baron 34 1730s

Höpken, Count Anders von 41 1757-61

Hoppen of Belsk 09 16c

Horace, Roman poet 01 9-11c

Horn, Colonel, Swedish diplomat 41 1757-61

Horn, Swedish baron 46 1768-70

Horn, Swedish general 10 16c

Horn, Count 34 1730s

Horn, Evert, Swedish commander 15 1606-13

Horn, Henrik, Swedish plenipotentiary 16 1613-34

Horn, Johann, Tsar Alexis's propagandist 20 17c

Horn, Karl Henriksson, Swedish diplomat 13 1584-98

Horsey, Jerome, English merchant 13 1584-98

Hövel, Johann, Habsburg envoy in Moscow 25 1680s

Hoverk, palatine of Sandomierz 03 12-13c

Howard, Charles, earl of Carlisle 23 17c

Hozjusz, Stanis¬aw, Cardinal Hosius, bishop of Warmia, president of Council of Trent 11 16c

Hulagu of Persia, cousin of Khan Berke 04 13-14c

Hülsen, general 41 1757-61

Hummert, captain 26 1690s

Humphrey 29 18c

Hunyadi, Matyas. See Matthias I Corvinus 07 15c

Hus, Jan, Czech heretic 06 1389-1462

Husain 34 1730s

Husak 26 1690s

Husayn, Turkish grand vizier 16 1613-34

Husein Bek, bailliff to Persian shah 16 1613-34

Hussein, ruler of Khorasan 07 15c

Hyndford, John Carmichael, first earl of 38 1745-48


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