Info from historian S.V.Volkov, Base of Russian civil war partisipants of White side: https://studylib.ru/doc/273036...v.-volkova
Рапвид Венедикт Марьянович, р. 1898. Подпоручик. Во ВСЮР и Русской Армии в 1-м дивизионе танков до эвакуации Крыма. Эвакуирован из Севастополя на транспорте "Корнилов". /4–66/
Means: Rapvid (misprint, should be Ranvid) Venedikt Maryanovich, born 1898, sub-leutenant. Served in Russian Army and South Russian Forces in 1st tank division before evacuation of Crimea. Evacuated from Sevastopol on "Kornilov" transport ship.
Died 25.06.1973 in Rouen, France.
Probably his brothers were also Russian officers:
Ranvid Esper Marianovich - participant of WW1, cavaler of St.George order https://gwar.mil.ru/heroes/chelovek_gospital630256/
Ranvid Valeriy Marianovich - participant of WW1, cavaler of St.George order
Ranvid Anatoliy Marianovich - participant of WW1, imprisoned by Germans in December 1914 https://gwar.mil.ru/heroes/chelovek_plen31798403/
Ranvid Anatoliy Marianovich probably served in prison system before WW1 - http://forum.yar-genealogy.ru/...&st=70
Another member of this family, Afanasiy Ivanovich Ranvid, was a state architect in Pskov and Minsk in mid-XIX century.
Faustin Ranvid, noble of Borisov district, Minsk governorate, participated in Polish rebellion in 1863-1864.http://kdkv.narod.ru/1864/Ss-Spis-prestupnikov.html#16
The family Ranvid was nobilitated (probably nobilitation was confirmed) in January 1833 in Minsk governoratehttp://goldarms.narod.ru/minsk.htm
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