Death certificate of Bolshakova Maria Mikhailovna


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Death certificate of Bolshakova Maria Mikhailovna.- Leningrad, 1942. -1 sheet, paper.-Access mode: Internet portal of the Presidential Library.Electronic version (2 files, JPEG: 2.7 MB).Copying by users is not permitted.The death certificate of Bolshakova Maria Mikhailovna (number: No. 7201a) was issued by the Primorsky bureau of the ACS of the city of Leningrad on April 18, 1942.Presented on the form of a specific sample, made by typographic method, filled with purple ink, certified with a seal.On the back there is a stamp about the burial place and the date: Serafimovskoye Cemetery, April 19, 1942 - Maria Bolshakova (1911-1942) lived with her mother Bolshakova Tatyana Savelyevna (1885-1942) in Leningrad in an apartment building on Krestovsky Prospekt.In the days of the blockade, they were the last inhabitants of this house, after their death, the house was demolished for firewood.The brother of Maria Mikhailovna Bolshakov Nikolai Mikhailovich (1911-1973) on June 22, 1941 was called up to the front by the Primorsky District Military Commissariat of the city of Leningrad.Met a victory in the city of Koenigsberg.He was awarded the Order of the Red Star and the medal "For the Victory over Germany".I. Bolshakova, Maria Mikhailovna (1911-1942).II.Bureau of Civil Registry of the Primorsky District (Leningrad) .1.Bolshakova, Maria Mikhailovna (1911-1942) - Documents and materials.2. The memory of the Great Victory (collection).3. The people (collection).4. Russia in persons (collection).5. Territory (collection).6. Territory of Russia: St. Petersburg, city (collection).7. The blockade of Leningrad - Human losses - 1941 - 1944 - Documents and materials.BBK 63.3 (2) 622,11-8y1Source of electronic copy: BOPOriginal storage: From a private collection
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