Bagratid Alexander( Georgian Cesarevich, came from a famous Georgian dynasty Bagratides.)
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Biography Bagratid Alexander
For information about him contained in the diaries of Smolensk historian NA Murzakevicha. He wrote: "1789-Year. March. Georgian Cesarevich Alexander Bagratovich, . Potemkin exiled from Astrakhan to Smolensk to the governor Khrapovitsky in 1784 January 12, . for resistance to it in the accession of Georgia to Russia and for the enthronement of his relatives, . died of consumption,
. Received from the treasury of 100 rubles a month, but dying, left nothing out of money. The costs of the burial took over Bishop Parfenov, he buried him at the Church of All Saints in the soldiers 'settlement'. Later the grave of B. was raised a stone cross, but without the inscription, later moved to the cross of historical and archaeological museum, created by SP Pisarev, currently on the site of the church and cemetery built 14 schools.