The Kandinskys' Family Tree

VII Generation

Ancestors   Vsevolod Vasilyevich Kandinsky  Portrait
(1917-1920)
The painter's son. His family nickname was Lodia. He died young and was burried in Moscow.

Ancestors   Nina Ivanovna Kandinskaya
(1881-1946)

  Nadezhda Ivanovna Kandinskaya
(1883-1952)

Descendants Aleksey Ivanovich Kandinsky
(1889-1944)

Descendants Ivan Ivanovich Kandinsky  Portrait
(1892-1955)
A graduate from the Moscow University. He was a military doctor of the Red Army in the Central Asia. During World War II he was deputy chief of the Baths and Laundry Centre of the 2nd Bielorussian Front. After the war ha was a leading research officer at the Central Desinfection Scientific Institute.

Wife  Wife - Elena Sergeyevna [Kandinskaya] (Sharina)
(1893-1986)

Ancestors   Maria Ksenofontovna Kandinskaya
(18??-1919)
She died in the Mental Diseases Hospital in Petrograd (actual St. Petersburg).

Ancestors Descendants Aleksandr Viktorovich Yanchukovsky
(1887-1960)
Before the 1917 revolution, he was a teacher of technical drawing, machins and mechanisms structures in the Irkutsk Crafts School. After the Soviet revolution, he was a teacher of chemistry.

Wife  Wife - Elena Vasilyevna [Yanchukovskaya] (Novikova)
(end of the XIX-beginning of the XX century) Mentioned in the Alexandr Viktorovich's formular list in 1914. Her followed life is unknown.

Descendants Nikolay Viktorovich Yanchukovsky
(1891-1975)
A post and telegraph officer. He lived and worked in Kultuk, later in Sliudianka, both on Baikal lake. In the later of the 1930s he became a bookkeeper and inspector at the Sliudianka Railway Offices. In the early of the 1960s he retired on a pension. He was decorated with orders and medals for heroic work. Burried in Sliudianka.

Wife  Wife - Olga Leonidovna [Yanchukovskaya] (Griniova)
(1896-1992)
A railway officer's daughter. A member of the gentry. Burried in Irkutsk, Siberia.

Descendants Leonid Viktorovich Yanchukovsky
(1899-1943)
He graduated from a Cadet school in the Czarist Russia, he participated to the Russian civil war on the side of the White Army. In 1942 he was a director of a small factory which was manufacturing dry fruit in Tomsk Region, Siberia. He participated to the World War II and died from wounds in the military hospital of Solikamsk, Perm Region, Urals.

Wife  Wife - Agnia Petrovna [Yanchukovskaya] (Zubova)
(1904-1979)
A Cossack from the Transbaikal.

  Natalia Viktorovna Yanchukovskaya
(XX century)
No precise information. It is supposed, that she emigrated after the Russian revolution of 1917.

  Maria Viktorovna Yanchukovskaya
(XX century)
No precise information. It is supposed, that she emigrated after the Russian revolution of 1917.


Ancestors Descendants Sofia Anatolyevna [Sukachiova] (Yanchukovskaya)
(1880-1965)
She died under the Soviets in Liubotin, Kharkov Region, Ukraine.

Husband  Husband - Platon Vladimirovich Sukachiov
(XIX century)
Junior sun of the Irkutsk city major and founder of the famous picture-gallery, actually Irkutsk Fine Arts Museum, Vladimir Sikachiov. There is no detailed information about his life, he died young.

Descendants Aleksandra Anatolyevna [Zvonnikova] (Yanchukovskaya)
(1882-1982)
Immediately after the 1917 Communist Revolution she emigrated to Harbin, China. Later she moved to Brasil, then to Australia. She died at the age of 100, she even received a congratulation of the British Queen, Australian papers wrote about her.

Husband  Husband - Aleksandr Ivanovich Zvonnikov
(end of the XIX-beginning of the XX century)
A lawyer. He divorced with Alaksandra Anatolyevna after the 1917 Communist Revolution. His further wife is unknown.

  Klavdia Anatolyevna Yanchukovskaya
(1885-1965)
She worked at the Moscow Soviet. She was subjected to repression, deported to Irkutsk, Siberia, where she taught foreign languages (she knew 5 languages). Burried in Irkutsk.

Husband  Husband - Grigory Borisovich Patushinsky
(1873-1931)
A lawyer, the Ministor of Justice at the provisional government of Admiral Kolchak. He was subjected to repression, he died in Moscow.

  Maria Anatolyevna Yanchukovskaya
(1888-1967)
From 1913 to 1922 she was a regular stomatologist at the Irkutsk Dramatic Theatre and knew the artistic world. Many famous artists of that time mention her in their memorandums. Her collection of photos of actors of that time was famous in Irkutsk. Later she worked as a private stomatologist. She is burried in Irkutsk.

  Georgy Anatolyevich Yanchukovsky
(1878-?)
He died being a student in Saint Petersburg.

  Nikolay Anatolyevich Yanchukovsky
(1896-1920)
A lawyer. He was killed by criminals whose case he was investigating.

Descendants Anatoly Anatolyevich Yanchukovsky
(1883-1933)
A civil engineer. He was the first director of the Kuybyshev Factory in Irkutsk, Siberia. He was the first to build water-pipe in Irkutsk and in Asbest, Urals.

Wife  Wife - Kapitalina Andreyevna [Yanchukovskaya] (Gladysheva)
(?-1947)
A civil engineer.

Ancesters   Vera Khrisanfovna [Tolstaya] (Abrikosova)
(1906-1957)

Husband  Husband - Sergey Sergeyevich Tolstoy
(1897-1974)
A doctor philology, a specialist in English language. A grandson of the famous writher Leon Tolstoy. The author of a book of memoires How I Remember Leon Nikolayevich and What He Taught Me (Memoires of a Grandson) (1961).

Ancestors   Nikolay Arkadyevich Zemlianitsyn
(1900-1918)

  Varvara Arkadyevna Zemlianitsyna
(1902-1936)
She was mentally diseased, a gull. Per hours she soared with open arms.

  Liudmila Arkadyevna Zemlianitsyna
(1904-?)

Descendants Nina Arkadyevna [Danilenko] (Zemlianitsyna)
(1902-1953)
She was born in Izhevsk, the Urals. After the communist revolution of 1917 she moved to Kiev, Ukraine where she graduated from the Kiev Drama Institute. She worked as a theatrical director, bookkeeper and painter. During the Crimea earthquake of 1927, she was taking a course of treatment against tuberculosis. During the World War II she lived in Maykop and Makhachkala, both in South Russia. She is buried at the Zverinetskoye Cemetery in Kiev.

Husband  Husband - Mikhail Dmitriyevich Danilenko
(1904-1971)
He was born in Gorodyshche village, actual Cherkasy Region, Ukraine. He graduated from the Kiev Irrigation Institute, actual capital of Ukraine. He worked in Tiflis (actual Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia), Maykop and Makhachkala (both in the South of Russia). He participated to the building of the gigantic iron- and steelworks in Magnitogorsk, South Urals. Before the World War II he taught at the Kiev Building Institute. During the World War II he worked in Maykop, Makhachkala. Since 1943 he lived in Kiev again, working at the Testing Office of the Ministry of Municipal Economy. Later he was senior lecturer at the Kiev Building Institute. He is buried at the Berkovtsy Cemetery in Kiev, Ukraine.

Ancestors   Nikolay Vasilyevich Yatsutin
(1905-1925)

  Maria Vasilyevna Yatsutina
(1907-?)

Ancestors   Aleksandr Ivanovich Popov
(1886-1966)
His family nickname was Shuma. A graduate from the Moscow University, from the Faculty of Law. He worked in the Lenin Library in Moscow (this is the main and biggest Russian library). He has a excellent knowledge of French, he translated Alexandre Dumas. He lived in the centre of Moscow.

Ancestors   Elena Petrovna Sobennikova  Portrait
(1893-?)

  Zoya Petrovna Sobennikova  Portrait
(1892-?)

Descendants Aleksandr Petrovich Sobennikov
(1894-?)

Ancestors   Olga Nikolayevna Molchanova
(189?-?)

  Lidia Nikolayevna Molchanova
(189?-?)

  Aleksandr Nikolayevich Molchanov
(1897-?)

Ancestors   Aleksey Aleksandrovich Lushnikov
(1893-1918)
The author of memoirs about his grandfather He lived in the Transbaikal. Aleksey Mikhaylovich Lushnikov. He lived in Kiakhta, Siberia. He He disappeared when he drove to the Ukraine from the Transbaikal during the Russian Civil War.

  Piotr Aleksandrovich Lushnikov
(1885-191?)
He was an alcoholic, and it caused his death.

Ancestors Descendants Viktor Innokentyevich Lushnikov
(1905-1980)
A school teacher of physics. The author of memoirs about the Bestuzhev's chest.

Wife  Wife - Yulia Petrovna [Lushnikova] (Larina)
(1915-)
She lives in Briansk, Central Russia.

  ... Innokentyevich Lushnikov (name unknown)
(1909-1930)
He suffered of poliomyelitis and had mental diseases.

Ancestors   Claudine Pesquet
(1899-19??)

  Marie (Riri) Pesquet
(1901-?)

  Alexis Pesquet
(1903-?)

  Hélène Pesquet
(1905-?)
All the Pesquets live in France, they have many descendants.

Ancestors Descendants Leonid Alekseyevich Lushnikov
(1900-1951)
He lived in Harbin, China.

Wife  Wife - Irina Nikolayevna [Lushnikova] (Rachinskaya)
(1914-1986)

Descendants Aleksey Alekseyevich Lushnikov
(1903-1981)
His family nickname was Liotia. An engineer. In 1945 he was arrested and exiled to Norilsk, Nothern Siberia, where he participated in the construction of a never finished railway, the so-called railway to nowhere.

Wife  First wife - Tamara Grigoryevna [Lushnikova] (Yaseneva)
(1910-)

Wife  Second wife - Maria Vasilyevna [Lushnikova]
(XX sentury)

Ancestors Descendants Galina Semionovna [Shvetsova] (Rodionova)
(1895-1977)
She lived in France. She was a friend of the first Russian Nobel Prize winner writer Ivan Bunin and of poetess Maina Tsvetayeva's daughter Ariadna Efron. During World War II she participated to the Résistance anti-nazist movement. After the war she repatriated to the Soviet Union and lived in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Husband  Husband - Innokenty Alekseyevich Shvetsov
(189?-19??)
A son of the Botkin's Tea Company manager in Kiakhta, Siberia. He emigrated to France in 1921.

  Yulia Semionovna Rodionova
(1897-1975)
She migrated to France.

  Elizaveta Semionovna Rodionova
(1899-197?)
She migrated to France.

Ancestors   Ksenia Mikhaylovna Lushnikova
(1899-?)

  Nina Mikhaylovna Lushnikova
(1901-1916)

Descendants Aleksey Mikhaylovich Lushnikov
(1902-)
His family nickname was Grania.

Wife  Wife - [Lushnikova] (name and patronymic unknown)
(XX sentury)

Ancestors   Marionilla Vladimirovna Kazantseva
(1900-1989)
Her family nickname was Malia. A candidate in phisics and mathematics. She lived in Moscow.

  Elizaveta Vladimirovna Kazantseva
(1901-1988)
Her family nickname was Lilia. She was a drawera at the Leningrad Cartoon Studio. After World War II she lived in Pushkino, near Moscow.

  Irina Vladimirovna [Popova] (Kazantseva)
(1903-1955)
A musician.

Husband  Husband -Gavriil Nikolayevich Popov
(1904-1972)
A music composer. Honoured Worker of Arts (1947). The author of many chorals and symphonies. He composed music for dozens of films among which Chapayev (1934), Poem About the Sea (1958). A winner of the State Prize of the USSR (1946). A friend of the famous composer Dmitry Shostakovich.

Ancestors   Gleb Glebovich Lushnikov
(1905-)
He lived in France. In a letter he wrote that he knew where the Bestuzhev's chest was.

  Elizaveta Glebovna Lushnikova
(1914-)
She lives in France. Her surname could be different.

    Silva Kandinskaya (patronymic and ancesters unknown)
(1910-)
In the end of the 1920s she lived in Vladivostok, the Russian Far East.

Ancestors   Olga Nikolayevna [Nesterova] (Kandinskaya)
(XX sentury)

Husband  Husband - Nesterov (name and patronymic unknown)
(XX sentury)

  Elizaveta Nikolayevna Kandinskaya
(XX sentury)

  Piotr Nikolayevich Kandinsky
(XX sentury)

Ancestors   Antonina Ivanovna Kandinskaya
(1907-)

  Klavdia Ivanovna Kandinskaya
(1909-)

Ancestors Descendants Aleksey Mikhaylovich Kandinsky
(1909-1969)
He lived in Nerchinsky Zavod, actual Chita Region, Siberia. In the early 1930s the family was proclaimed to be kulak (rich farmers). According to the communist law, all the family's property was confiscated, and the family itself was sent to exile to the Motygino village, actual Krasnoyarsk Region, Siberia. Later he was a civil engineer and lived in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia.

Descendants Maria Mikhaylovna [Mikhaylova] (Kandinskaya)
(1910-)
She lived in Nerchinsky Zavod, actual Chita Region, Siberia. In the early 1930s the family was proclaimed to be kulak (rich farmers). According to the communist law, all the family's property was confiscated, and the family itself was sent to exile to the Motygino village, actual Krasnoyarsk Region, Siberia. Later she moved to Angarsk.

Husband  Husband - Mikhail Mikhaylov (patronymic unknown)
(XX sentury)
A technical college teacher. He lived in Angarsk, Siberia.

Descendants Kapitolina Mikhaylovna [Maminova] (Kandinskaya)
(1911-1982)
She lived in Nerchinsky Zavod, actual Chita Region, Siberia. In early the 1930s the family was proclaimed to be kulak (rich farmers). According to the communist law, all the family's property was confiscated, and the family itself was sent to exile to the Motygino village, actual Krasnoyarsk Region, Siberia. Later she lived in Boksitogorsk, Karelia.

Husband  Husband - Maminov (name and patronymic unknown)
(XX sentury)
He lived in Boksitogorsk, Karelia.

Descendants Sergey Mikhaylovich Kandinsky
(1913-1984)
He lived in Nerchinsky Zavod, actual Chita Region, Siberia. When in the early 1930s the whole family was sent to exile to the Motygino village, actual Krasnoyarsk Region, Siberia, he was the only from the whole family who was not sent to exile, as in that time he studdied drawing in a pedagogical college in Petrovsky Zavod. Later he became a drawer and he lived in Moscow.

Wife  Wife - Aleksandra Sergeyevna [Kandinskaya]
(1916-)
A school teacher of chemistry. She was born in Korytsevo village near Mozhaysk, Moscow Region. Her farther died in ghe World War I, and after his death the family suffered very much, this is why they moved to relatives in Moscow. She lives in Moscow.

Descendants Nina Mikhaylovna [Budarova] (Kandinskaya)
(1916-1962)
She lived in the Krasnodar Region on the Black Sea.

Husband  Husband - Budarov (name and patronymic unknown)
(XX sentury)
She lived in the Krasnodar Region on the Black Sea.

  Vladimir Mikhaylovich Kandinsky
(1919-1970)
She lived in Nerchinsky Zavod, actual Chita Region, Siberia. In the early 1930s the family was proclaimed to be kulak (rich farmers). According to the communist law, all the family's property was confiscated, and the family itself was sent to exile to the Motygino village, actual Krasnoyarsk Region, Siberia. Later he became a building worker and moved to Irkutsk, Siberia. He was killed by thiefes who encroached on his just-received wages.

  Nikolay Mikhaylovich Kandinsky
(1921-1970)
He lived in Nerchinsky Zavod, actual Chita Region, Siberia. In the early 1930s the family was proclaimed to be kulak (rich farmers). According to the communist law, all the family's property was confiscated, and the family itself was sent to exile to the Motygino village, actual Krasnoyarsk Region, Siberia.

  Anna Mikhaylovna Kandinskaya
(1923-1952)
She lived in Nerchinsky Zavod, actual Chita Region, Siberia. In the early 1930s the family was proclaimed to be kulak (rich farmers). According to the communist law, all the family's property was confiscated, and the family itself was sent to exile to the Motygino village, actual Krasnoyarsk Region, Siberia. She moved to Krasnoyarsk, where she died from tuberculosis.

Ancestors Descendants Maria Sergeyevna [Rodziewicz] (Bulgakova)
(1898-1979)

Husband  First husband - Sczepurzynski (name and patronymic unknown)
(XX sentury)

Husband  Second husband - Konstantin Boleslavovich Rodziewicz
(190?-1988)
Son of a doctor. He served in the Czarist Army and later in tre Red Army. He participated to the Civil War in Spain fighting for the Republicans.

  Fiodor Sergeyevich Bulgakov
(1902-)
A painter, a member of the Union of Painters of Russia.

Wife  Wife - Natalia Mikhaylovna [Bulgakova] (Nesterova)
(XX sentury)
A daughter of the famous Russian painter Mikhail Nesterov.

  Sergey Sergeyevich Bulgakov
(1911-)
He lives in France.

Wife  Wife - Simone [Bulgakova]
(XX sentury)
She lives in France.

Ancestors   Elena Nikolayevna Vodovozova
(1893-1928)

Descendants Vladimir Nikolayevich Vodovozov
(1895-1924)

Wife  Wife - Natalia Dmitrievna [Vodovozova] (Fedchenko)
(XX sentury)
A daugter of a Russian Army's General.

Descendants Lidia Nikolayevna [Serebrovskaya] (Vodovozova)
(1896-1934)

Husband  Husband - Vladimir Ivanovich Serebrovsky
(XX sentury)
A professor.

Descendants Marianna Vasilyevna Khoroshko[-Lekareva]
(1907-)

Husband  Husband - Valery Petrovich Lekarev
(19??-)
An actor of the Yermolova Theatre. He lives in Moscow.

Descendants Nina Vasilyevna [Arapova] (Khoroshko)
(1910-)
A surgeon.

Husband  Husband - Dmitry Alekseyevich Arapov
(1898-1984)
Chief surgeon of the Navy Main Hospital. Academician of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR. A Hero of Socialist Labour.

Ancestors   Elena Vladimirovna Petrova-Kremniova
(1907-)
A teacher of foregn languages.

  Gali Vladimirovna Petrova-Kremniova
(1909-)
She has mental diseases.

Ancestors Descendants Piotr Sergeyevich Kandinsky
(1895-1953)

Ancestors Descendants Liudmila Alekseyevna [Marcykiewicz] (Kandinskaya)
(XX sentury)

Husband  Husband - Marcykiewicz (name and patronymic unknown)
(XX sentury)

  Nikolay Alekseyevich Kandinsky
(XX sentury)

  Liubov Alekseyevna Kandinskaya
(XX sentury)

  Leonid Alekseyevich Kandinsky
(XX sentury)
He lived in Omsk, the Urals.

Descendants Viacheslav Alekseyevich Kandinsky
(1902-1981)
A People's Painter of Yakutia. He participated to the Russian Civil War fighting in the Red Army. In his latest years he lived in Irkutsk, Siberia.

Wife  Wife - Valentina Yanovna [Kandinskaya] (Koschken)
(1910-)
An exiled Latvian revolutionist's daughter.

Ancestors Descendants Viktor Alekseyevich Gromodzinsky (Kandinsky)
(1904-1962)
Her mother registered him under his stepfather's surname, Gromodzinsky.

  Natalia Petrovna Starikova
(1895-19??)

  Margarita Petrovna [Fiodorova] (Starikova)
(1897-19??)

Husband  Husband - Fiodorov (name and patronymic unknown)
(XX sentury)

Ancestors Descendants Yevarest Alekseyevich Kandinsky
(1905-)
He lives in Nikolayevsk-on-Amur, Russian Far East.

Wife  First wife - Raisa Petrovna [Kandinskaya] (Levikova)
(XX sentury)

Wife  Second wife - Nina Severyanovna [Kandinskaya] (Shkurkina)
(XX sentury)

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