Tyumen Voivode Office
Tyumen Voivode Office
- Tyumen Province Chancellery. An unsubscription from the Tobolsk voivode to Pyotr Mikhailovich Saltykov of the Tyumen Voivode Kirill Zagryazsky that in January 1675 the Tyumen townspeople had been beaten in the order by the broom, about the leave to Tobolsk of their petitioners Mikishka Leontiev and Fedul Kavasin, and that the petitioners had been released from Tyumen. 1675.Tyumen Province Chancellery. The memory of the Tyumen boyar son and servicemen about going to the roadside guard station, since the commander of Tyumen received a message from the Iset jail from the clerk to whom the Tatar came running and reported that in the fishing industry "the Kalmyk military people of Russian people were beaten and full have taken". 1670.Tyumen Province Chancellery. The petition of the tatarin of the Kynyrsky town of Ryasachko Torgayev about his release in old age and the injury from kun yasak and the position of his son Shtikarichka in a yasak salary. Information that in the yasak books over the past years, yasak Tatars in old age were freed from yasak, their children were imputed to a payment salary. [1696?].Tyumen Province Chancellery. Petitioned to the kings of Ivan and Peter of the plowed farmer Timoshka Kipriyanov, Ovsyukov's son, to disqualify him for his removable arable land under the village of Kamensky, which the shepherd farmer Savka grabbed. On the back of the verdict voevoda "on the road and the search for land." 1695.Tyumen Province Chancellery. The petitioned Cossack horse Artyushka Evtyugina that "posed" by the posadsky Grigory Andreev at its boundary. The statement of the black priest Makarii that the dogs of Andryushka the executioner had seized the sheep, and the executioner took the remnants of the sheep home. 1682.Tyumen Province Chancellery. The testimony of the plowman Vasily Pakhomov that the Cossack Senka Patrakov reduced his gelding did not want to give the gelding to him-the owner and the guarders-and Vasily with his guards scolded him, and then Patrakov came to the guard and announced his desire to reconcile with Vasil (withdraw the horse from outside people, but would not have been brought to court).Tyumen Province Chancellery. The petition of the peasant farmers in the village of Uspensky village head Andrei Mityushev Nazarka Pankratyev for the retired Sagittarius Timofei Borozdin and others in the nonpayment of treasury money, the petition of the Tyumen Cossack son Vasily Manoilov to the Tyumen landed Kozhemyak in failure to pay a debt, the petition of the Tyumen industrial man Vaska Bronnikov to the Tyumen peasant farmers Osip Ushachikhin and Alexey Cheboksarov about the failure to take money and flour. 1701.Tyumen Province Chancellery. Interrogation of Tyumen children boyar Prokopiya Valkovsky, Ivan Kozlovsky, Vaska Grushevsky against the boyar son Stanislav Poplavsky's son about the production without a decree on the cook from the peasants Grigori Dementyev and Frol Vetlugin wine and appliances for distilling.Tyumen Province Chancellery. Draft of the roadlord to the Tyumen horse Cossack Grigory Potov and his comrades sent to Moscow with books and a jasack and funeral treasury. The petitioner voivode of Tukhachevsky to the Tobolsk voivodes on the execution of the command and supplementing money for the monastic former peasants, who were sent to the tsar by correspondence of the Moscow nobleman Ivan Kachanov. The record of sending letters from servicemen to Moscow to the tsar and of giving them money. 1701.Tyumen Province Chancellery. Excerpts from the interrogation speeches of Tyumen townspeople: Andrushki Tupolapa that he had neighbors Ivanko Druzhinin with his brother and sewed boots, and went out of the yard with fire, questioning speeches by Ivashka Druzhinin and son of boyar Yakov Baklanovsky that he had the yard did not go anywhere.Tyumen Province Chancellery. The questioning of the captain of the Tyumen tattooed Tatars Yashko Bichikov that the tsar's dad was drowned by the fact that the coachman Miroshko Banshchikov, who was hired to look after the marshal and cast water from it, did not cast water. A questioning of Banshchikov and a witness of Tatar Chaitayev. 1701.Tyumen Province Chancellery. A fragment of the decree of the Tyumen voivode about drawing up murals about newly arrived peasants, elected elderheads, an ice-taker and a tithe of arable land, and sending paintings to Tobolsk to voivode Prince Khilkov "and to order manure to plow manure and plow the soil."Tyumen Province Chancellery. The Tyumen Voivode's refusal from Ustnitsinskaya Sloboda to investigate the deceit of Tyumen's landowner Stenka Petrov to the ustnitsinsky peasant's son Stenka Vasilyev, who took him to Kalugin village and "ordered him, Stenka, to put his hands in no way to what made speeches" and according to Stenka Petrov's advice on Tyumen the peasant farmer Snitch Medvedkov about "theft by stealing" the Ustnichesky inhabitants and the punishment of Stenka Vasilyev. 1686.Tyumen Province Chancellery. A fragment of the complaint of Mashara Kalmyka on the Tatars Kalmykov and Bichikov in the beating. The interrogation speeches of the Tatar serviceman Karga Kalmykov about his fight with the Kalmyk Mashara Kuandarin. Interrogatory speeches about the same spinning Tatar Teshko Bichikov.Tyumen Province Chancellery. The estimate of the Tyumen city of yasak junk that has been marked out for the Yasak and the provincial "wake-up" for the past years, and how many yasak towns and volosts in the Tyumen district and old yasak people and novoprisknyh and in them treasures of the great sovereigns from the provincial wake-up wake to soft junk Siberian price and money for the current year in 1695 for salaries. 1695.
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