May 22nd, 2012
Because of Garbuzin started poking around and found Zasoba in another locality - Sakhnovka. It is also in the area of Kichintsy village. Only one K5 family lived there in 1819 and 1823 (confessional records). Later parish records from 1840’s and 1860’s turned out nothing.
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Also based on 1819 confessional records for Garbuzin village new family F9 was created. And based on 1801 parish record family I7 was created. It is very likely that Fedor of F9 family, Ivan of I7 family, and Nikita of N6 family are brothers.
In 1823 confessional records for Garbuzin village Zasoba family is not found. They were either missed, all died, or more likely - moved to another place. Garbuzin parish records for 1840’s and 1860’s also turned out empty; in 1905 one records with godmother Irina Alekseevna is found, but she is a resident of Kichintsy.
May 14th, 2012
Absolutely accidentally came across Nikita Zasoba records in the village I wasn’t even considering - Garbuzin. It is next to Kichintsy village and since it is earlier than any Kichintsy record found so far, it could mean that Zasoba moved from Garbuzin to Kichintsy. Since no known relatives are known, he is by himself for now in N6 family.
April 18th, 2012
Few records from church in Alexandrovsk (Zaporozhie) allowed me to connect some people and families.
The major player is Nikifor Kononovich of D2 family.
- record where Nikifor is a godfather was found, listing his occupation as senior clerk of Alexandrovsk Office of Military Commandant
- record of his son Vasiliy death was found in 1898
- Andrei Nikiforovich was confirmed to be his son via death record
It is likely that Mikhail Nikiforovich is also his son, and less likely that Grigoriy Nikiforovich of N5 family is yet another son.
March 28th, 2012
Finished updating information that I had about Kichintsy families for years 1896-1899. Mostly for family D3, and some family I6 and family F7.
March 4th, 2012
Finally merged families M4 and K4 into Family K4. Additional information and archive references to be added later.
February 21st, 2012
Found couple of people for D3 family in parish registers of 1800 and 1801, recorded as godparents. Paraskeva, daughter of Dmitriy, and Mikhail. I am making an assumption that Mikhail is also son of Dmitriy because no other families are known in Kichintsy at that time and it appears that Dmitriy is a progenitor for this particular line.
February 5th, 2012
Added couple of death records to D3 family from 1866. Although all records are important, they didn’t provide any addition information to overall understanding of the family.
January 28th, 2012
“Unconfirmed another brother” of P1 family was confirmed as Aleksei Paramonovich through his military award (http://podvignaroda.ru)
January 15th, 2012
Based on records of 1819 book of confessions for Kichintsy village, Family M5 became D3 and there’s possible link to family I6.
1819 book of confessions records are under Moisei Dmitrievich since he is the oldest Zasoba at the time of recording.
December 24th, 2011
Family F6 became I6 family due to couple of records found in parish register for 1872: birth of Agrifina Ivanovna and Filipp Ivanovich recorded as a witness for someone’s marriage.
Family I5 merged into M5 family due to birth record of Natalia Iovna.
This is just a slow consolidation process. I know that all Kichintsy families are related, but I don’t want to combine them into one family without supporting documents.