21 апреля 2014 20:23
First I'm searching for the death entry of Arthur Evaldovic (Iwanovich or Arthur Robert Emanuel) Hunnius. He died on 29 November 1888 in Moscow. He was an officer in the 12. Astrachanskij regiment, which was stationed in Moscow. He was catholic. Where I could found the entry?
This should be in Church Books. I don't know is there are any Catholic Churches were at this time in Moscow. They should be, at least. Those books should be stored in the Central Historical Archive of Moscow. http://www.rusarchives.ru/state/ciam/index.shtml.
Currently this archive called the moscow Central Archive. http://mosarchiv.mos.ru/gbu/cgam/index.phpю
According to fond lists http://mosarchiv.mos.ru/uslugi...TzIAM.htm:
- 609 РИМСКО-КАТОЛИЧЕСКАЯ ПЕТРОПАВЛОВСКАЯ ЦЕРКОВЬ, Г. МОСКВА. 1797-1923
- 2193 МОСКОВСКАЯ РИМСКО-КАТОЛИЧЕСКАЯ ФРАНЦУЗСКАЯ СВЯТОГО ЛЮДОВИКА ЦЕРКОВЬ. 1834-1918
- 2197 РИМСКО-КАТОЛИЧЕСКИЙ КАПЕЛЛАН МОСКОВСКОГО ВОЕННОГО ОКРУГА. 1857-1917
however it might not be the ended list.
And second the RGWIa has got lists of officer to searching for personnel lists? I ask the RGWIA, if they have got the personnel list of Arthur Hunnius regarding to the 12. Astransskij regiment. Their answer was negative. Could it be, that for Arthur Hunnius a personnel file is existing?
A personal file of an officer does not associated with his regiment. It is associated and searchable by officers Last name, First name and Middle name. Any additional information is not required but appreciated.
I ask the RGWIA, if they have got the personnel list of Arthur Hunnius regarding to the 12. Astransskij regiment. Their answer was negative. Could it be, that for Arthur Hunnius a personnel file is existing?
Most probably that it is not. But, not all personal files are in such officers' catalog.
Can somebody research in these lists?
You could find someone who is currently working in RGWIA (doing research I mean).