Archangelica - children German settlement
Chronicles of the ancient genus PEC (Paetz), little-known pages of history from the XIV century to the present day
Light memory of Evgeny Petrovich Bozhko, historian-researcher
I am the granddaughter of Valeria Fedorovna Savvinskaya, nee Glazer, daughter of Frederica Khristianovna PEC and Theodore (Fyodor) karlovicha Glezer. In the detailed and very interesting work of Arnold Petrovic Pepper the pedigree of the PEC is studied in detail and traced. I'd like to share some of the information I have about the Glaser family.
The head of the family Theodore (Fedor) Karlovich Glezer, according to my information, came to Veliky Ustyug from Saratov, where he lived with his parents.
My daughter Irina, being a schoolgirl, recorded memories of Valeria Fedorovna from her words, here I give partially: "father-Fyodor Karlovich Glezer was born, lived and studied in Saratov. He had two sisters and several brothers. Then they moved to Veliky Ustyug, where he graduated from high school and began to work in the pharmacy assistant pharmacist. Having saved some money, he went to Moscow with a cart, entered the University, graduated from it and returned to Veliky Ustyug. The owner of the pharmacy was old, and his son unlucky, and he offered Fedor Karlovich to buy him a pharmacy on credit. When he paid off the loan, his parents let him get married. He was long in love with Frederick — the daughter of Christian Andreyevich Pets, a respected and well-known man in the city. Frederick's parents were against it, but the marriage took place.
Fedor Karlovich and Frederica Khristianovna had 12 children. The first two boys, according to his grandmother, died in infancy, three others probably died later because the only survivor the seven: Edward (1883-1941.g.), Eleanor (1884-1979.g.), Leo (1886-1974.g.), Alfred (? - in 1917. left in France), Valeria (1892-1984.g.), Margarita (1894 – after 1974 ) and Ernestine (1896-1914.g).
And here is an extract from a letter Galina Chebykin – known specialist, head of Department of history of Veliky Ustyug Museum-reserve, which she sent me in response to my request to tell something about my great-grandfather:
"I inform You available to me information on Your great grandfather Feodor (Theodore) K. Glaser (b. CA. 1851-1923). His wife was really the daughter of Christian A. PEC — Frederick Christianovna PEC(R. ок1856г.-1944).The pharmacist Fedor Karlovich, probably, has arrived to Velikiy Ustyug in 1878, bought the pharmacy from I. I. Berg for 18 thousand rubles. Owned it 10 years, 1888году he sold his pharmacy, Veliky Ustyug uyezd Zemstvo, at the same time deprived of the right to have another pharmacy in the city".
In the magazine "Russian drugstores", No. 24 in 2007. in the section "pharmacy in town" contains an article about the drugstore №21 In Velikiy Ustyug. "The first archival mention of our pharmacy dates back to 1888. It relates to signing the preliminary contract, whereby the owner of the pharmacy – the pharmacist Fedor Karlovich Glaser expresses the consent to sell it, Veliky Ustyug uyezd Zemstvo: "the property of the Council passes the appropriate feature pharmacy on the street Uspenskaya (now Sovetskaya Avenue)... Freestyle Velikoustyugskaya pharmacy Glezer came into the possession of the Council on 3 March 1889. Her staff consisted of the Manager of the pharmacy of the pharmacist, his assistant, two apprentices and two servants. The pharmacy mostly sold Magistral formula of drugs and a patient-care items".
Then again I appeal to the memories of my grandmother Valeria Fedorovna Savinskaya (Glazer): "Soon my father sold the pharmacy, and they moved to Yaroslavl, so that children could learn. There father opened a new pharmacy, she was very famous in city of and there is until now. My grandmother was born in Yaroslavl, as well as her younger sisters Marguerite and Ernestine.
Evidence that Fedor Karloviches opened in Yaroslavl the pharmacy, we find in the "Russian medical list" for information on 15 March 1896.and according to the information on may 1, 1900.in the section "the Yaroslavl province".
According to the letter of Galina Nikolaevna Chebykin and according to our documents on receipt Valeria Fedorovna Glezer in class 3 Velikoustyugskaya School, in 1903 the family Glezer returned to Veliky Ustyug. Fedor Karlovich, apparently, continued to work in the pharmacy, the pharmacist, because the memories Shlau V., his sons Edward and Leo are referred to as sons of a pharmacist, and grandmother in all the surviving documents we have in the column "father" says the pharmacist.
Next G. N. Chebykina writes: "In 1907. he (Fedor Glezer) opened in the heart of the city printing house, which was located in the house on Uspenskaya street. One of the documents for the 1911. it is said that Fedor Karlovich — the personal honourable citizen".
After the revolution, the printing house was taken from Fedor Glezer. Fedor Karlovich died in Veliky Ustyug in 1923, avoiding the sad expulsion of the Germans first from Ustyug, and then from the European part of Russia.
My daughter Irina and I are now searching the Internet, turning to the archives of Engels, where collected materials on the Volga German colonies that existed there since Catherine times. In the Russian medical directory for 1866 we find that the colony Ekaterinenshtadt Samara province was listed as the pharmacist Glezer — this may well be a relative of our great-grandfather, also on the list of founders of the colony, Goldman (one of the colonies of the Samara province), we also find the surname Glezer, but it all requires more study. So while we can't give any precise information about the origin of Theodore (Feodor) of K. Glaser.
Another of the grandmother's memories about his father — Fyodor Karlovich kept their children in line. Despite the wealth in the family, no excesses were not encouraged neither in clothes nor food. My grandmother told me that, as a young schoolgirl, she was very mad at dad for what she had to go to school in a sturdy, but rough boots, and the way it walked past the gymnasium, and she was ashamed of his shoes. It even seemed that the boys laugh at her, but then she was grateful to the father — no deprivation in the 20s didn't frighten her, although, as my grandma used to say, no silk sheets and elegant shoes some young ladies were driven to suicide.
Aunt Mira (Elmira Eduardovna Glezer) says that her father Eduard Fedorovich was also offended by the severity of his father. Eduard poorly finished another course of high school, and the father in punishment for it took him from school and determined to work in the pharmacy. Maybe this is what subsequently has led to the fact that Edward graduated from high school and the Timiryazev Academy.
Remembering his grandmother Frederique Christianovna PEC, aunt of the World, in particular, stressed that she was very elegant, all the grandchildren called her "little grandma" and grandpa Fedor Karlovich "great grandfather". Other grandparents from the PEC — Arnold and Bertha (ur. Rotters) — on the contrary "big grandma and little grandpa." Frédéric Christian PEC was musical, played the piano, was exceptionally kind and patient with her children.
Children of Fyodor Karlovich Glezer and Frederica Christian PEC:
Senior son Edward (1883-1941.d.) he was married to his cousin Charlotte Arnoldovna PEC (1888-1943.g).
Edward F. Glaser graduated from the Timiryazev Academy and was engaged in agriculture, they lived with their parents Charlotte Arnold Khristianovich and Bertha Frantsevna PEC.
In Ustyug Eduard and Charlotte were born daughter Nina, Valeria and Elmira.
In 1924 they left Ustyug and settled in Moscow suburbs where Eduard Fedorovich worked as an agronomist in various farms, the family often moved, probably, it also rescued them from repressions. Already in the suburbs they had a son Ernest.
Parents Charlotte-Arnold Khristianovich and Bert Frantsevna PEC-died and buried in Moscow region.
Eduard F. Glezer died on the eve of the war, Charlotte arnoldovna PEC not long survived it-she died in 1943 according to the story of their daughter Elmira Eduardovna: "Charlotte arnoldovna came to visit me in Skhodnya, where at this time I passed agricultural practice, as a student of the Timiryazev Academy, and there died."
The eldest daughter of Edward-Nina(1916-1954.d.) - the teacher by education, even before the war married Nikolai Shamakov. Nicholas Shumakov was also a teacher. They had a daughter Vera and a son Alexander.
Faith (1936).p.) - dentist, she has two sons, one soldier, unfortunately, died. He had two children — a son and a daughter. Daughter, too, there is no already in survivors, and son (grandson of Faith) lives in Irkutsk, is married. Recently his son was born, so Faith had a great-grandmother. Vera's husband, Nikolay Solovyov, was a soldier, they traveled a lot around the country, and after retirement settled in Dmitrov near Moscow. The man of Faith died, now she lives together with T. Mira (Elmira Eduardovna) in Dmitrov. Faith is retired but leads an active way of life — caring for T. Mira, working in the garden.
Alexander Nikolayevich Shamakov (1940.p.) graduated in 1964g. MIIT (Moscow Institute of transport engineers), in 1972. he defended his thesis, candidate of technical Sciences. Currently continues to work at the Department "Cars and car economy" of Engineering, Professor, was awarded the "Honorary railwayman", 1981. at present working as an independent it is judicial-technical expert with the General Prosecutor's office and the Moscow interregional investigative management on transport. He is married and has a son and a daughter. Lives in Moscow region in Lobnya, children and grandchildren live there.
Children and grandchildren of Eduard Glaser and Charlotte PEC: Top row: Faith Shamakova (granddaughter),Valeria Danilova(daughter, nee Glezer), Izhevsk, Elmira (daughter, nee Glezer), bottom row: Nicholas Shumakov, Nina Shamakova (daughter of ur. Glezer), Lena (stepdaughter Bertha of Franzini, Raters), Alexander Chumakov(grandson), children Lena.
Valery Eduardovna Glezer (1920 -?), a midwife by training, she married Yuri Danilov. Their children they had, their adopted daughter Irina lives in St. Petersburg.
The youngest daughter-Elmira Eduardovna Glezer (1923) after the war she married her cousin Rostislav Izhevsky, they had no children, and they soon separated. Her husband's name Elmira E. left. After graduating from the Timiryazev Academy, she worked almost all the time at the Institute of feed, defended her thesis – candidate of economic Sciences. Elmira Eduardovna took a direct part in the education of their nephews — Alexander Shamakov and Alexander Glezer, who were left early without mothers.
Now Elmira Eduardovna lives with his niece Vera Nikolaevna Samakova (daughter of Nina E. Glezer) in the Moscow suburb of Dmitrov. This year she turns 90 years old!
The youngest son of Ernest E. Glaser(1926-1991.g.) born in the suburbs. In 1941, 15-year-old boy he was evicted, as a German, first in Novosibirsk, where before reaching the age of 16 worked at the Novosibirsk Opera and ballet theatre worker stage, and the performance of 16 years, he was sent to the Labor Army in the city of Shal of the Tashtagol district, Kemerovo region, where he met his future wife Erfurt, Anna Alexandrovna (1926-1967.g.), also a German woman from the Siberian settlements from the time of Catherine. There same they and have got married and in 1951. they had a son Alexander. After Stalin's death, they lived for a while in the same place as free settlers. There was no work, and Ernest were engaged in hunting and discoveries. Alexander Glezer says that the main food during the infancy was "milk" from pine nuts, and 1957. they moved to Borodulikha Semipalatinsk region, where they lived internees from Moscow and suburbs Leo F. Glaser with his wife Alma PEC and sisters Eleanor and Margaret.
There Ernest went to work in repair shops at the railway. He worked as a Turner and then mastered practically all machines. Anna, wife of Ernest, in "Labour camp" was received in the logging a severe back injury. In 60 - ies this injury affected and she died after a serious illness in 1967g. Ernest had a hard time losing his wife. Son Alexander was sent to Moscow to aunt World (Elmira E. Glezer), where he graduated from high school.
Ernest soon married Elsa Albertovna schmider. Elsa has had two children from his first marriage. In 1969 70g.g. all our family moved to Ore city, where he lived and worked the son of Margarita Fedorovna Izhevsk (Glezer), Rostislav. A new family of Ernest also moved in the Ore.
And son Alexander, after graduating from school, first entered the College, then went to serve in the army. After serving, he returned to the World and entered the MIIT, which at the time was a graduate student, his cousin Alexander Chumakov. During his studies, Alexander lived with aunt Worlds. There was even talk that so the World adopted him, but he didn't, so after graduation to stay in Moscow did not work — did not have a Moscow residence permit, and Alexander went to work in Arzamas, where he worked for almost 20 years. Worked as the chief depot. Alexander married to Catherine, a neighbor of his father in the Ore. Met, when Alexander came on holidays. Now they have two children and three grandchildren. After Arzamas Alexander was transferred to work in Kaliningrad (Koenigsberg), where he also served for about 10 years in various managerial positions. The whole family moved with him, too. Now they all live in Kaliningrad. The daughter and son — in – law work on the railroad, so they're all hereditary railroad workers, given that their grandfather and father-Ernest-also worked on the railroad.
Alexander "Honorary railwayman". Currently, he was invited to work in Moscow, where he takes part in the inspection of various railway facilities, the work is associated with long journeys.
The second son Theodore (Feodor) of K. Glaser and Frederick Christianovna PEC — Leo F. Glaser (1886-1974.g.) was also married to his cousin Alma the Arnoldovna PEC (1886-1970.g.).
The parents of Lev Fyodorovich, Fyodor Karlovich Glazer and Frederick Christianovna (ur. PEC) lived with her son. Fyodor Karlovich died in 1923. Ustyug. Shortly after his death, the family of Leo F. together with his mother and older sister Eleanor were forced to leave Ustyug. They found refuge in the family of his sister — my grandmother Valeria Fedorovna Savinskaya(Glazer) in Moscow. The sons of Lev Fedorovich went to the same school with the sons of Valeria Fedorovna, and Alma arnoldovna PEC and Eleanor F. Glaser taught at this school German. Our family has kept the graduation photo of Michael Savinsky (eldest son of Valeria Fedorovna) and there, among the teachers there are Alma arnoldovna Glazer (ur. PEC). The Lion had two sons, Peter and Alfred were both killed during the war. When the front approached Moscow, Leo F., Alma the Arnoldovna, the eldest unmarried sister Eleanor and mother of Frederick Christianovna evicted in the Borodulikha Semipalatinsk region, where they lived until 1967-68G.g. In the village in 1943-44g.g.died Frederick Christianovna Glazer (ur. PEC). In 1968. the son of Margarita Fedorovna Rostislav transported them all to Rudny, buying the mother an apartment where they lived their days with her brother. In the Ore has found its rest, and Leo F. Glaser, and Margarita Fedorovna Izhevsk (ur. Glaser), and Alma arnoldovna Glaser (ur. PEC), and Ernest E. Glaser.
Alexander Ernestovich told me that was baptized by his uncle Lyova (Leo F. Glaser), baptized by the Lutheran tradition, so I think that Lev Fyodorovich in those distant places where, of course, was not the Lutheran Church and pastor, has taken on the responsibilities of infant baptism and the burial service of the dead.
In the center of Alma arnoldovna Glezer (ur. PEC), Leo F. Glaser and Margarita Fedorovna Izhevsk (ur. Glaser) with grandchildren Margarita Fyodorovna. At the top right of the Izhevsk wife of Rostislav, the son of Margarita Fedorovna, Zoe. Borodulikha, 1957
Our family kept some letters by T. Lesi (Eleonora Fedorovna Glezer) addressed to my grandmother from Boroduliha with a description of their life. Work in the specialty was not always possible, so they embroidered, knit down shawls, sewed shirts, grown vegetables. In a letter to T. Les writes that Buckwheat (Margarita Fedorovna) raised a lot of cabbage, and Leo got a tub and they are hard to shred the cabbage. It's good that they were together — it helped them survive. All the housework had to do by to chop firewood, and a house to build, and the climate is harsh and the winter is long.
Eleanor (Adelheid) F. Glaser (1884 – 1979.g.) - the eldest daughter of Theodore (Feodor) of K. Glaser and Frederick Christianovna PEC. Yaroslavl 1897-1899.g.
Eleonora (Adelgeida) Fedorovna Glezer in 1901. she graduated from Yaroslavl Mariinsky women's gymnasium with a gold medal, then graduated from Higher women's courses. In 1904. were committed to teaching the German language in Veliky gymnasium. After 1917. she worked in the Museum of North Dvina culture in the Department of Ethnography."Eleanor F. Glaser. Researcher at the Museum from September 1, 1922. until 1933 head. historical, archaeological and ethnographic departments. Member of The Severodvinsk society for the study of the local region, graduated from the Moscow higher women's courses, historical and philosophical Department. She was fluent in German, French and English. In the most difficult years of formation, with two staff units of creative workers, the constant movement of the Museum from one building to another, Eleonora Fyodorovna managed to lay the Foundation for a valuable ethnographic collection. Source: the Museum of Severodvinsk culture: the pages of history. - Velikoustyugsky Museum-reserve (from the official site of the Museum ustyug-museum.ru).
After moving to Moscow, Eleonora Fedorovna worked as a teacher of the German language, until their eviction in the Village. Aunt Les, as we all called her, was a very nice humble and friendly person. Back from Boroduliha to Moscow it was impossible according to the laws, and for a time she lived in the temporary registration in the Moscow region Nina Eduardovna Samakova, daughter of brother Edward F. Glaser, and then the last 10 years, they lived with our grandmother Valeria Fedorovna Savino (ur. Glaser) in Moscow, and in the summer in the country among the grandchildren of Valeria Fedorovna. We all loved her very much. Until the last days of T. Lesya translated mainly poetry from Russian into German and from German into Russian. My husband and I, when we got married, lived together with my grandmother and T. Lesya. We were then still students, I have kept a lot of sheets with her translations from Goethe, which she gave to my husband, because he is the only one of us taught German. Died T. Lesya in 1979g. at the age of almost 95 years. It is up to the end of his life he had an active correspondence with his former students. In General, these two old ladies still make me deep respect, despite the circumstances and ailments, they get up early, doing all possible exercises, was made compulsory walk, and in the evening, or writing letters, or solitaire. How much they knew!
Alma arnoldovna PEC, Eleanor F. Glaser, Valeria Fedorovna Glezer (my future grandmother), Bertha arnoldovna PEC. Moscow, 1911. Girl students.
Alfred F. Glaser — third of the surviving sons, Theodore K. gläser, Frederica of Christianovna PEC.
Alfred, in 1917 he went to France and we know nothing about him.
The only thing I can say is what my grandmother always said it was her favorite brother.
My grandmother, Valeria Feodorovna Glezer, was born in Yaroslavl in 1892, there and went to school. In 1903, the family returned to Veliky Ustyug, where Valeria Fedorovna continued to study at Velikoustyugsky women's gymnasium. In 1910 she graduated from high school and entered the highest women's Golitsyn agricultural courses in Moscow, which she graduated in 1916.
In Moscow she met her future husband, who took German lessons from her older sister Lesia T. — Eleonora Fedorovna. Alexander Savinsky was 11 years older than his grandmother, the son of a priest, studied at the Yaroslavl Seminary, took part in student speeches against the tsarist government, was exiled to 3 years. Then he moved away from the revolutionary movement and studied in Moscow in the higher Commercial school. They were married, although the grandmother's parents did not approve of the marriage. In 1917. they had a son Michael, in 1919, the second son of Constantine and in 1923 — son Dmitry.
Grandma worked all her life in various agricultural.farms, but it is especially appreciated his work from 1936 to 1941 at the Institute of Genetics of the USSR under the leadership of Nikolai Vavilov, the work next to this great scientist grandmother always considered one of the happiest periods of his life. She was preparing to defend his thesis, but in 1940 Vavilov was arrested, the Institute dispersed, the war started and my grandmother went to work for Altai, where he worked as an agronomist–seed grower in Sorokin's zamrazalnia of Assorted almost to the end of 1944. It was almost a forced departure, as employees of the Institute of Genetics in Moscow did not take a job. Returning in 1944. in Moscow the grandmother until his retirement he worked at the Institute of forage where life has brought her, too, with an interesting person and a prominent scientist, Hero of socialist labor by Lorch Alexander Georgievich, who brought the well-known potato variety "Lorch" and "Korenevskaya".
She went to retire at 65 years of age and engaged in the raising of her grandchildren. Grandchildren she has bred strictly. In summer, we went to the country. We lived with my grandmother because my parents are geologists and lived most of his life in Siberia, but on summer vacation for us kids sometimes brought and we lived in the country the eldest son of the grandmother of Michael, along with his daughters in Alabushevo near Moscow. I must say that after retirement, the grandmother did not forget his "beloved Lupin", she worked in the Institute of forage in the country certainly two or three beds were planted with lupins. Then we laughed and only now we understand that it was a competent crop rotation. The day began early, no felts — at 8 am rise, then all go, led by my grandmother, on the river "pereplyuyku" cold, bathe, then Breakfast, work in the garden or picking berries, or weeding-loosening, then lunch, rest, classes: reading, dictation, or mathematics. And only after that you can play on the street with the guys, run, ride a bike. I can't, no one has a German school.
The eldest son of Valeria Fedorovna – Michael (1917-1980 gg), the participant of the great Patriotic War, was wounded twice, awarded the order of Patriotic war II degree and the order of the red star. After the war, Mikhail graduated from the higher Military and political Academy. Lenin and continued to work there until retirement. Mikhail Alexandrovich was married to Maria Zhegalova. They have two daughters, Elena and Nina.
Elena is a chemist by education, worked a lot in design and construction organizations in Moscow. She was married to Ievlev Vladimir, who died not so long ago. Elena has two sons and a granddaughter, they all live in Moscow. The eldest son Dmitri is following in the footsteps of his father and his name is already being mentioned there, where the big race, Junior – Alex – graduated from "Plehanovo", Ph. D., trained abroad, now works in the banking sector.
Nina had a son and a daughter. Nina worked as a restorer and guide, was married to Andrey Gamayunov. Currently, Nina and her son dead. Her daughter, Olga, an artist-engaged in iconography, is very interested in our pedigree, so there is someone to transfer archives. She lives in Moscow.
The youngest son of Valerie Feodorovna — Dmitry (1923-1944.g.) after school went to the front and died. We have kept his letters from the war, grandmother, full of tender loving care of your mother.
The middle son of Constantine (1919-1995.g.) the father of the author of these lines, the beginning of the war he studied at the Geological Institute. He took part in the defense of Moscow, and then, as a specialist, was sent to work in the exploration batch in Altai, where together with him and left Valeria Fedorovna. After you have sewn a diploma in 1944. and until his death in 1995 he worked in various organizations of the Ministry of Geology, participated in the opening of Yakovlevsky and Mikhailovsky iron ore deposits, was engaged in exploration of oil and gas fields in Siberia, was the head of the Siberian and Eastern geophysical trusts, chief engineer of the Irkutsk geological Department, founder and first Director of the East Siberian Niiggims, defended his doctoral thesis, was a Professor at Irkutsk and Moscow universities, had many scientific papers, was awarded the order of the red banner of Labor, medals and industry awards.
Konstantin was married to Margarita Zotov, who graduated with him from the Geological prospecting Institute. They have three children.
The eldest daughter, Olga - the author of these lines. Together with her husband — Vyacheslav Platonov — graduated from the Moscow Mining Institute and before "Perestroika" worked in the system "Minsredmash" in Ukraine and the GDR, and then hardly returned to Moscow. I have two daughters Irina and Elena, both married, we have five grandchildren, we all live in Moscow.
The second child of Constantine's son Vladimir — also a geologist. He is no longer alive. Vladimir has two children — son Andrew and daughter Natasha, they, too, live in Moscow. Andrew has two daughters.
The youngest daughter of Constantine – Lyudmila, a teacher, married Anatoly Yegorov. He's a doctor. They have two children-Artem's son and Anastasia's daughter, and two grandchildren, they also live in Moscow.
Even our father has a son who bears the name of his mother – Krupski Alexander, he lives in Irkutsk, master of sport, former European champion in high jump, pole vault, heads the sports school "Olympic reserve". Alexander has four children and three grandchildren.
Children of Konstantin Alexandrovich of Savinskaya, Olga, Ludmila, Alexander and great-grandson of Alexander (the grandchildren and the great-grandson of Valeria Fedorovna),2008.
Margarita Fyodorovna was married to the Izhevsk Dmitry. With her husband went to the Caucasus. They had one son-Rostislav. Margarita Fyodorovna he was widowed. Son went through the war and after the war settled in the Erzgebirge, where he married. Margarita Fedorovna were deported to the Village, as well as her other relatives.
From the letters of T. Lesi (Eleonora Fedorovna Glezer)shows that T. Gay, as we all called Margarita Fedorovna, worked vegetable garden, growing vegetables and making stocks for the winter. In addition, she taught German and worked at the weather station, but it is already in Rudny. Rostislav was married to Zoya. They have three children – daughters Tatiana and Irina, and son Valery. With them the connection is lost, i.e. where they are and how they live, I don't know. Alexander Glezer, who lived in Rudny and knew them, says that Valery Izhevsky somewhere near Moscow. And Rostislav's daughters married and live in Kazakhstan. Valery is also married with two kids. Rostislav and his wife Zoe died and was buried at Ore.
Currently, only Alexander Glezer and his son Eugene was the only from our dynasty — bearers of the surname Glaser.
Welcome to the Faith and Worlds. From left to right: Olga Platonova(granddaughter Valeria Fedorovna Glezer), Vera Solovyeva (granddaughter of Edward F. Glaser), t World (Elmira E. Glaser, the daughter of Edward F. Glaser),Elena Ievleva (granddaughter Valeria Fedorovna Glezer) and Olga gamayunova(granddaughter of Valerie Feodorovna Glezer), March 2013. Dmitrov
The application presents a genealogical table, in addition to the tables, compiled by Arnold Petrovich PEC.
Arch. –Arkhangelsk, Russia ; V. W.-town of Velikiy Ustyug in Vologda region ; SAR.- Saratov, Moscow –Moscow ;Ores.- G. Rudny (Kazakhstan); Yar. – Yaroslavl ; P. M. - the suburbs ; Forest. This.- Borodulikha village of Semipalatinsk region; b-died in the war; There. — Tambov region; H.With.- Novosibirsk;. – The Tomsk region..Tash-Tashkent. Ira.- Irkutsk; WW — Yellow water