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New Information about the Life of the Martyr Anna Chetverikova (1873–1940) who Suffered Martyrdom in the Arlyuk Siblag

E. G. Balashova
Bulletin of Kemerovo State University , Volume 22; doi:10.21603/2078-8975-2020-22-2-288-296

Abstract: Until recently, there has been very little information about the life of Anna Pavlovna Chetverikova, who died in 1940 in the Arlyuk branch of the Siblag. She was glorified by the Russian Orthodox Church in the Council of New Martyrs and Confessors of the Russian Church. All facts were obtained from the archival case file (1937) stored in the State Archive of the Russian Federation (File code: Found 10035. List 1. File P-17284) and the documents about the date of her death. The present article introduces the case materials and some other documents related to A. P. Chetverikova’s life. The author performed a thorough description of her biography and proved that A. P. Chetverikova was as a long-term parishioner of the Vysoko-Petrovsky Monastery. The research also touched upon some prominent figures of the Russian Orthodox Church in the first half of the XX century, e.g. Archbishop Varfolomey (Remov) and Bishop Pankratiy (Gladkov). Whether Anna Chetverikova took the vow or not, still remains an open question. The research is relevant for the dioceses of Moscow and Kemerovo, since it makes it possible to add one more name to the Synaxis of the New Martyrs of the Vysoko-Petrovsky Monastery in Moscow and the New Martyrs and Confessors of the Land of Kuznetsk.
Keywords: file / documents / Moscow / Archive / martyrs / Anna Chetverikova / Arlyuk / Siblag

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