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Bogomolov Fedot Ivanov

( impostor, proclaimed himself in 1772 by Emperor Peter III.)

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He was a peasant Count R.L. Vorontsov, the boy fled the estates (Saransk district) in Saratov, went to the merchant ships, . then lived with the colonists, . served in the Kalmyk horde of Cossacks Panchilina, . worked on farms and, . Finally, . 25-years old, . enrolled in the Legion team in Dubovka under the name Casinos,
. Shortly between the Cossacks were rumors that among them is the Emperor Peter III; at this point to the casino, despite assurances by some of the Cossacks of its dissimilarity with Peter III. Another newcomer, Spiridon Dolotin, were not slow to recognize the Secretary of State. A few insulting words uttered by one officer in relation to the Cossack Burenin, was summoned to the Cossacks determination tie all the officers and declare Casinos Emperor Peter III. March 30 officers were tied, but one of them, Saveliev, seized the pretender, shackled and with Dolotin sent him to Tsaritsyn. Sitting Tsaritsin prison, Bogomolov gave himself who visited him for Peter and even showed signs of breast. Because attempts to release the prisoners (25 June), they were transferred to the Black Ravine, but then again held in Tsaritsyn. The excitement of the Cossacks had not abated, the main leader of his testicles, was caught only after a year. Because of this rush to resolve the case Bogomolov. December 31, 1772, Mr.. in Tsaritsyn was already filled with the verdict of an impostor, he was punished with his whip, in view of the whole people, cut out the nostrils and putting marks on his face, entered the cellar and at night he was sent to Siberia for hard labor, but the way he died. At trial, Bogomolov has shown that "the Emperor Peter III declared himself in his drunkenness, no future plans". The thing about it was told to bury and seal. - See. D.L. Mordovtsev, "impostors and Stenka libertines" (t. I, St. Petersburg., 1867, 2 ed., 1886).


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