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- Maria Rasputin
(baptized as Matryona Grigorievna
Rasputina) (26 March
1898 – 27 September
1977) was the daughter
of Grigori Rasputin
and his wife Praskovia...
- was only distantly related
to the grandfather
of Sergei. Sergei's wife Matryona
Balk was named after
her grandmother Modesta
Mons, and was the sister
- Matryona Ivanovna
Balk (née Modesta
Mons; fl. 1718), was a Russian
courtier. She was a lady-in-waiting and confidant
I of Russia, Ober-Hofmeisterin...
- 1711, he was appointed personal adjutant
to the tsar. His other sister Matryona
Balk had in the meantime become
the closest friend
of Catherine, whom Peter...
"little matron", is a diminutive
form of Russian female first
" (Матрёна) or "Matriosha".[full citation
needed] A set of matryoshkas
- but that no such evidence
exists. Rasputin's daughter, Maria Rasputin
Rasputina) (1898–1977), emigrated
to France after
Church. Zhadanova, Zinaida. The Life Story
of the Blessed Elder Matryona
, 1993. http://svyatmatrona.ru/o-svyatoj-matrone-moskovskoj/ Blessed
("Матрёнин двор"), sometimes translated
's Home (or House), is a novella written
in 1959 by Aleksandr
to: Religion Matryona
of Moscow, a saint
of the Russian Orthodox Church Matrona
of Barcelona, a saint
- small apartment
in Saint Petersburg
with only his old and unsociable
to keep him company. He tells
of his relationship
with a young...
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