Annenkov, Ivan( Decembrist)
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Decembrist, then Zemstvo Nizhny Novgorod region (there the marshal of the nobility since 1861), died in 1877. - His wife, Praskovya Yegorovna, nee Gebl (Gueble), Frenchwoman Pauline (1800 - 1876). When A. was, after December 14, imprisoned in the Peter and Paul Fortress, the Frenchwoman Pauline Gebl was his fiancee. After the conviction of a. to exile in Siberia, to hard labor, she found an unusual energy to the plight of a loved one. She has ensured that the Emperor Nicholas I personally took her application and, touched by her devotion to the convict, allowed her to follow him to Siberia, and ordered to give her support to the road. In Chita, she married in a. With accession to the throne of Emperor Alexander II, she, her husband and large family, returned to Russia. Described his life in the Tales-memoirs, published in "Russian Antiquities" in 1888. Notes written by its very lively and of great interest as an accurate depiction of the life of the exiled Decembrists.
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