1. Simakoff Wassily (24.07.1962) and Simakoff Sofie (05.01.1949). Both arrived to Denmark accompanying Empress Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar) and originally were landlords. Wassily was a general in the Russian Army during First World War. In Denmark he became a furrier.
2. Alekseieff, Pjotr (11.03.1947) Was an officer in the Russian Army and had baron title. In Denmark worked as a furrier.
3. Jensen, Nina Vasilievna (Semenova), widow (1890 – 29.10.1974) Gaushina, Anna Ivanovna, widow (13.09.1945).
4. Firgang, Pavel (04.07.1945) count
5. Antonina, Dolgorukij countess (15.09.1954). Antonina was daughter of count Dolgorukij.
6. Ivanowich, W. Ivan (11.10.1915) commander.
7. Nielsen, Lidia Zoega (1883 – 20.01.1950) born Kluki von Kluguenau. Married second time with Vilhelm, Ordrupvej 112B i Charlottenlund. First husband, Nikolaj Rilskij, was born in Tiflis and was son of general Vasilij Rilskij. He was educated as cavalry officer and was squadron chef during the First World War. He moved to Copenhagen from Tallin in 1920. Here he has become horse riding instructor. He had good connections to Hvidøre and to prins Valdemar. Dagmar younger brother allowed him to live in a part of Bernstorff Castle. In 1909 he married Lidia, who was born in Russia. The marriage ended up with a betrayal accusation of Lidia, who left country in 1926. Linda got divorce papers in Paris. Later she married Danish doctor Karl Zoega Nielsen.
8. Kotlarevsky, Peter, colonel (13.12.1949) Ostroumoff, Eugenia (15.02.1917)
9. Raduleson, Lapos, conductor (19.09.1923)
10. Elisaroff, Wladimir (11.08.1956) and Elisaroff, Maria (06.07.1946). Wladimir studied law. In 1914, during the First World War he was conscripted to military services. Wounded by a grenade splinter he became German war prisoner and was brought to Horserød camp in 1917. After revolution he decided to stay in Denmark, where he worked as a secretary by the military attaché. He married in 1922 med M., daughter of the Russian general consul in Denmark. The couple moved to Danzig (Gdansk). After brake through of the Soviet army in 1945 they ended up in Sønderborg refugee camp. The couple didn’t have any official address in Denmark and survived exclusively because of the help from the Russian charity organization. Aisikowitch, Michael, is also buried in the same grave. He was a jeweler. (07.10.1915)
11. Hecter, Olga (01.04.1919) And also Rimsky-Korsakoff, Michail (31.01.1950) and Sofie (30.07.1949). Korsakoff was Navy rear admiral. The couple travelled to Denmark after the revolution. Son of the earlier marriage Boris Deruginskij lived in Artillerivej 59 in Copenhagen. Michail R.K, step father of Boris, found a job at the astronomic Observatory.
12. Kharin, Ivan Nikolajevich, general-major (08.06.1923). Before the First World War Ivan Kharin was considered to be one of the richest men in Russia. He owned several mines. Via the marriage he became an uncle to The Grand Duchess Olga. Being very young he started his carrier in the military service. During The First World War he was captured by the German forces and condemned to death for espionage, although was later remitted by Kaiser Wilhelm. Ivan K. stayed at the top of the Russian military forces and served at the headquarters by the Grand Duke Nikolaj Nikolajevich.
13. Jaschik Timofei Ksenofontowich (19.07.1946) and Jaschik, Nina (11.06.1952). Kuban – cossack. Was life-cossack for Empress Maria Feodorovna and of her most trusted servants. He escaped from Crimea together with the Empress on H.M.S. Marlborough in 1919. In Denmark he met a danishborn Agnes. They lived in Valby and holded a grocery shop. Agnes converted to Russian Orthodox church with name Nina. They married in Hvidøre in presence of the Empress Maria Feodorovna. T Jaschiks´s russian daughter Anna died in 2004.
14. Hansen, Ustina Zacharevna f. Maltzau (11.03.1919)
15. Andrope, Nicolai, merchant (04.01.1917) Korsoff, Martha (21.12.1944)
16. Korff, Sophie (16.02.1926) from old noble family. She was a friend of the Empress Maria Feodorovna. In the same grave – Wilken, Helena von (09.01.1970) and Marianne von (16.01.1981).
17. Koltscheff, Leonid (17.06.1944) and Olga (10.02.1936). He was a priest in Aleksander Nevsky Church in Copenhagen. He led Maria Feodorovna burial service in 1928. During the Empress´s house arrest in Crimea he was her confessor. During revolution Koltscheff family escaped from Russia to Constantinople. Maria Feodorovna secured his family visa for entering Denmark where he, following request from the Empress and general major Pototzki, became priest in Aleksander Nevsky church. In the same grave – Levitsky, Nicolaj (25.03.1981) he was son of Larissa Koltscheff – daughter of Leonid – and a Russian engineer. During the Second World Nicolaj was in contact with Schalburgkorpset, and in 1944 he received ”Waffenschein” (permission to carry weapons). In the later investigations he is named as Nazi. His mother – Larisa – was in contact with Mrs. von Schalburg. At the same time in the last months of the war Nicolaj was activist of resistance movement. The investigation started after the war led to several witness acknowledgements. Since 1940 he forged church books in order to conceal Jewish surnames for example Schewitsch.
18. Koltscheff, Arkadij, son of Leonid Koltscheff (19.05.1976) Koslowsky, Elisabeth, prinsess (09.08.1922)
19. Hirm, Larisa (10.02.1984) Popovgensky Aleks, engineer, electrician. (08.02.1922).
20. Moschaeva, Zenia Yakovlevna (19.09.1950). House hold helper of the Grand Duchess Olga, she took care of Tikhon and Gori (children of the Grand Duchess). She lived at Hvidøre, Rygaard and Knudsminde. In the same grave – Walckos, Georges, merchant (06.12.1920).
25. Brandt, Erwin Karlowitch (1889 – 30.06.1961) and Brandt, Magdalene (1891 – 12.03.1922) She joined the White Army as field surgeon in 1919. She was in the same squadron as her husband. After collapse of the White Army the couple evacuated to Constantinople. Later they went to Alexandria in Egypt. With help of the Empress Maria Foedorovna the couple received visa to enter Denmark in 1921.
26. Wieltzer, Aleksander, banker (15.07.1927) and Wieltzer, Adelheid (21.07.1975)
27. Florenski, Antonia (05.02.1963) Was of the old Russian noble family and friend of Vera Forchammer (originally Schewitch). In the same grave – Loewe, Natalia, widow (11.05.1966)
29. -30 Nilender, Vassilij (1860 – 09.03.1926) and his wife Nilender, Katharina (08.06.1923). Before revolution had title of count and countess. Was chef of police in Riga and was responsible for ”russification” in the Baltic states.
31. Okischeff, Peter, servant (26.01.1927)
32. Bedini, Safain Vidor, painter (19.06.1928)
34. Poliakoff, Kirill (18.09.1934) P. together with Jaschik he was life-cossack of Maria Feodorovna. After Maria Feodorovna death in 1928 he moved in to his friend and colleague Jaschik to his house in Valby. Until his death he was a ”doorman”. In the same grave – Wiagis, Iwan A. (24.04.1937) Chamberlain for Empress Maria Feodorovna. Escaped from Russia on H.M.S. Marlborough in 1919. Until death lived in Hvidøre with the next owner – the eccentric Musse Scheel.
35. Schargorodskaya, Eugenia (27.08.1923)
36. Wachtine, Maria L. widow (02.0.2.1926) and child Wachtine, Maria W. (22.01.1936). Georg W. (04.06.1949) and Alaria G. (16.01.1974) widow. Maria L. was friend of Empress Maria Feodorovna, the whole family was close to the royal court and were landlords.
37. Ivanoff, Maria (10.08.1962) In the same grave Misnik, Maria Pawlovna (16.07.1925) and Politopoulos, Sotiria (16.07.1991).
39. Gromoff, Efim, helper in the Aleksander Nevsky church (11.10.1927).
40. Bernatrowitz, Boris, library assistant (17.05.1924). Worked in Maria Feodorovna’s library in Hvidøre.
42. Divanoff, Ivan (03.06.1925) Colonel in the Army of Tsar Nokolaj II. In the same grave Eirevsldsen, Zinaida, widow (23.01.1954).
44. Gutman, Kapitolina (12.03.1988) In the same grave – Ostroumoff, Varvara, widow (19.10.1925). Varvaras husband was the Tsars lifeguards general.
45. Mitrovitsch, Alma (30.05.1924)
47. Myschetzky, Peter, cavalry colonel and Duke (09.05.1925) and Myschetzky, Nadezhda Wadeshoff, Duchess (10.02.1943), as well as Myschetskaya, Ella Elisabeth (27.11.1958) Myschetsky family arrived to Denmark together with Empress Maria Feodorovna and were from old russian noble family. Peter and Nadezhda received entry visa to Denmark with help from the Empress. In 1928 Peter was one among the people who bore Empress’s coffin. Ella Elisabeth since 1936 lived together with her mother at Assumptionsklostret i Hellerup, which worked as a school for girls. She earned money needed to support herself and her mother by giving lessons in Russian and French. Daniel studied at Aleksander-Lyceum in Tsarskoye Selo until 1911 and took state exams. During The First World War he served at general headquarters in St. Petersburg. In Copenhagen he worked as vise-president for insurance company Rossija. Many earns he was church warden in Aleksander Nevsky church.
49. – 50 Politopoulos, Petros, cigar factory owner (14.02.1934) and Politopoulis, Hertha (17.03.1977). In the same grave Schnelkoff, Sergius (31.07.1924) director.
51. Grundwald, Cecilia Gustavovna (23.03.1951). Also called Kiki or Kikila. She was Maria Feodorovna’s maid till her death. Following memoirs of Zinaida Mengden Kiki was responsible for the jevelry of Maria Feodorovna and during offical occasioans she was dressed in maids uniform with white cap on her head. She was together with the Empress during house arrest in Crimea and travelled to Denmark together with the Empress on HMS Marlborough in 1919. She lived in Hvidøre by Klampenborg and after 1928 she moved to an appartment in Venøgade in Østerbro, where she opened a private mode shop.
52. Mengden, Zinaida (19.09.1950) Duchess Mengden, von Altenwoga – called Zina. She was lady in waiting at Maria Feodorovna’s court. Many Zinaida’s relatives were at service at Romanoff court. Zinaida escaped Russia in 1919 on board of HMS Marlborough. She took four maids with her – Oser (who stayed at Zinaida’s service), Adele, Apsa and Anna. Zinaida was at Maria Feodorovna’s service until her death and lived at Hvidøre. Later Zinaida shared an appartment in Venøgade with her maid Martha Oser. She wrote memoirs.
53. Schewitsch, Dimitri (02.08.1982) and Vera (03.03.1981) (brother and sister), as well as mother Natalia (17.07.1956) general major widow and duchess. Dimitri was born in Tsarskoye Selo, and during revolution moved to Germany. In 1931 he moved to Denmark to get education in agriculture. He received place as agricultural trainee by Kulikovsky family (Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna) in Ballerup in Knudsminde. He married a Danish girl in Aleksander Nevsky church. Dimitri worked at a foundry for some time, but later in 1944 found a job as guard at Østre Gasværk.
54. Chijkova, Maria, widow (15.02.1967).
55. Pototzki, Sergej (12.01.1954) Duke, general and military attachee and Sofia (05.07.1958) born Korff. She was a good friend of Maria Feodorovna. Sofia originated from german-baltic landlords. In Denmark she opened a private mode shop, which produced dresses. Sergej had a job a auditor at the insurance company Rossija. Han var præsident for Det Russiske Røde Kors.
56. Brødsgaard. Anna Pawlowna (09.10.1959).
57. Tranze, Aleksander von. Captain (1880 – 08.09.1959) and Maria A. von (1882 – 18.10.1963). Arrived to Danmark in 1920. He graduated as lieutenant from navy kadet school in 1902, took active part in the war and was captured by Japanese in 1905. After revolution he was arrested several times. He escaped in 1919 and joined the White army. Later he moved from Tallinn to Copenhagen. He learned the art of bookbinding and opened a private bookbinding shop. Maria became a dressmaker.
58. Nielsen, Feodosia (13.07.1955)
59. – 60 Schamcheff, Teodor (01.12.1959) and his wife Maria (20.12.1973). In the same grave Novik, Aleksander (20.11.1922) who died as child and Novik, Nadezhda (01.09.1919) who also died as child.
61. Grebron, Michail (02.04.1917) dies as child.