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Russian Heraldry and Nobility - K to O

By Donald R. Mandich and Joseph A. Placek,
Published by Dramco Publishers, Boynton Beach, Florida (1992)

Based on 1) the English language transliterations of the "English-Russian Alphabetical Name Index" (pages 671-700) with 2) the addition of surnames and locations mentioned in the book's "Genealogical Notes" Section (pages 217-298).

As such, it represents the most complete ( and only) genealogical finding aid available for this reference work. It is the first such online Finding Aid for the Russian Empire available with a set of online maps and gazetters that I know of.

The locations mentioned below can aid you in identifying the specific location on one of the FEEFHS Russian Empire maps.
 


Surnames / localities (Transliterated from the Cyrillic) In this book



Kabardia - see Cherkesov
Kabardian - see Cherkesov
Kablukov
Kachalov
Kahritonov - see Maliavka
Kaisarov (Yaroslavl)
Kakhetia - see Bagration
Kalakutsky (Belsky, Smolensk)
Kalinsky (Poland, Novgorod-Seversky)
Kalita - see Veliaminov-Zernov
Kalitin
Kalugin (Syzran)
Kamenev (Kursk)
Kamenev-Liubavsky (Riazan)
Kamensky (2) (Poland, Orshan)
Kaminski - see Bantysh-Kamensky
Kandalintsov (Poland)
Kandiba (Poland, Novgorod-Seversky)
Kanishchev
Kankrin (foriegn)
Kar (Moscow)
Karacharov (Moscow)
Karachinsky (St. Petersburg)
Karamyshev
Karamzin
Karamzine - see Karamzin
Karandeev (Riazan)
Karateev
Karaulov
Karaoulov - see Karaulov
Kariakin (Yaroslavl)
Karmilitsyn (Riazan)
Karp - see Sovin
Karpov (3) (Smolemsk, Novgorod)
Karpovich - see Vasilchikov
Karpovsky
Kartashev
Kartashevsky
Kartavtsev - see Kartavtsov
Kartavtsov (2)
Kartmazov (Novgorod)
Kartsov (2) (both of Kostroma)
Kasaev - see Uvarov
Kasherininov (Kursk)
Kashintsov (Voronezh)
Kashkarov (Penza)
Kashkin (Greece, Ioannina)
Kasog - see Chevkln, Ushakov
Kassatkien-Rostowsky - see Kosatkin-Rostovsky
Katsarev
Kavelin (Kaluga)
Kazine - see Kozin
Kelderman (German?)
Kerr (Roxburgh, Lothian, Scotland) - see Kar
Khabarov
Khanykov
Kharitonovich - see Danilov, Kharitonovich
Kharlamov
Khastroian - see Bagration
Khatov
Khavst - see Barykov
Kheraskov (Wallachia, Moscow)
Khilchevsky (Poland, Little Russia, Novgorod-Seversky)
Khilkov (Starodub)
Khitrov (Riazan)
Khitrovo - see Khitrov
Khlebnikov (3)
Khlopotov
Khludenev
Khmelev
Khmetevsky (Moscow area)
Khodnev (Novgorod)
Khodyrevsky
Khomiakov (Tula)
Khomutov (2) (Yaroslavl, Orlov)
Khonenev
Khorvat (Holy Roman Empire, Nagyvarad Voivide (Oradea, Romania)
Khotiaintsov
Khovansky (Polotsk, Lithuania)
Khovst - see Belkin
Khovstov - see Belkin
Khrabrenovich - see Miloradovich
Khrapovitskoy - see Khrapovitsky
Khrapovitsky (2) (Poland, Smolensk)
Khripunov (Orlav, Kursk)
Khristiani
Khristovsky
Khrushchov (Moscow)
Khudobashev (Kutais [Imertia Georgia])
Khudorby (Poland, Novgorod-Seversky)
Khvitsky (Tula)
Khvorostina - see Lvov
Khvoshchinsky (2) (Tambov, Tula)
Khvost - see Khvostov, Otiaev, Shafrov
Khvostov (2) (Prussia, Moscow; Sardinia)
Khvostov - see aalso Otiaev
Kierdeja (Polish clan) - see Chaplin
Kilenin (Kostroma)
Kireev (Saratov)
Kireevsky (Moscow)
Kiselev (Poland)
Kisseljew - see Kiselev
Kishensky (Nizhegorod)
Kishkin
Kislov
Kizliar - see Bagration
Klementievich - see Pyzzhev
Kliucharev
Kliuev
Kniazev (2)
Knights of the Cross - see Bobarykin
Kniper (Physician)
Kobiakov (Rostislavl, Riazan)
Kobyla - see Bobarykin, Koblyn, Kolychev, Konovnitsyn, Neplieuv, Romanov, Sheremetev, Sukhovo-Kobylin and Yakovlev)
Kobylin (2) (1-Prussia, Sudovia, Samogitia; 2-Moscow)
Kobyline - see Kobylin
Kochenevskoy
Kochetov (Moscow)
Kochetoff - see Kochetov
Kochev - see Polivanov
Kochubei (3) (Crimea Penninsula, Liitle Russia / Ukraine)
Kokoriukin
Kokoshkin (Moscow)
Kokovinsky
Kokovtsov
Kokushktn
Kolechitsky (Smolensk)
Kolemin (Riazan)
Koliubakin (Moscow)
Koliupanov (Tula)
Kologrivov (Germany, Moscow) - see Bobrischev-Pushkin
Kolokoltsov (2) (Suzdal)
Koloshin (Kostroma)
Koltovskoi - see Koltovskoy
Koltovskoy (Kas, Starodub, Riazan, Moscow)
Koltovsky - see Koltovskoy
Koltsov-Mosalsky (Chernigov)
Koltzov-Massalsky - see Koltsov-Mosalsky
Koltzow-Massalski - see Koltsov-Mosalsky
Kolychev (Prussia, Tver)
Kolychev - see also Kobylin
Kolytchev - see Kolychev
Komarov (2)
Komarovsky (Poland, Holy Roman Empire)
Komovsky (Poland, Smolensk, Chernigov)
Komynin (Moscow)
Konakov (Riazan)
Kondakov
Kondos-Kolitiev - see Boshniak
Kondratiev (Cherkassy, Moscow)
Kondratiev - see also Bashutsky
Kondyrev (Tver, Riazan)
Konoplin (Riazan)
Konovalov 
Konovnitsyn (2)
Konovnitsyn - see also Kobylin
Konovnitsyne - see Konovnitsyn
Konstantinov - see Malygin
Kopiev (Poland, Yaroslavl)
Koptev (2) (1- Kostrama, 2- Livenets, Kursk)
Kopyloff - see Kopylov
Kopylov
Korbutovsky (Poland, Smolensk)
Korgashin
Koritsky (Little Russia, Chernigov)
Korkotin
Korobanov (Moscow)
Korobin
Korobine - see Korobin
Korobka (Little Russia, Novgorod-Seversky)
Korobkov (Kursk)
Korobkoff - see Korobkov
Korobov
Korolkov (Tambov)
Korotky
Korotnev
Korovkin
Korsakoff - see Korsakov
Korsak - see Rimsky-Korsakov
Korsakov (Lithuania, Moscow)
Kortashev
Kortavtsev
Kortsov (Tambov)
Korzhevsky
Kosatkin-Rostovsky (Rostov)
Kosheleff - see Koshelev
Koshelev (Poland, Moscow)
Kosterev (Tver)
Kostiurin (2) (1- Novgorod, 2- Moscow)
Kostlivtsov
Kosykh
Kotchoubey - see Kochubei
Kotchubey - see Kochubei
Kotenin
Kotlubitsky (Poland, Novgorod-Seversky)
Koutepoff - see Kutepov
Kouzmine-Karavaev - see Kuzmin-Korovaev
Kovalensky (Kiev, Riazan)
Kovalevsky (Kharkov)
Kozakoff - see Kozakov
Kozakov
Kozarsky
Kozarsky - see also Novosilsky
Kozel - see Vsevolozhsky
Kozelsky - see Satin
Kozhevnikov (Crimea)
Kozhin (Sweden, Kozhino, Moscow)
Kozhukovsky - see Yakimovich
Kozin (Tver)
Kozine - see Kozin
Kozlianinov (Novgorod)
Kozlov (3) (3- Prussia, Suzdal)
Kozmin (Yaroslavl)
Koznakov
Kozodavlev (Mecklenburg)
Kozodawleff - see Kozodavlev
Kraevsky (Smolensk)
Krasilnikov
Krasnopolsky (Poland)
Krasnoy - see Nashchokin
Kravkov
Krechetnikov 
Kretchetnikov - see Krechetnikov
Kreiter (German?)
Kretov
fon Kridener (Livonia, Teutonic Knights)
von Kridener - see fon Kridener; see also von Rosenbeck
Kritsky (Crete, Venetian Republic)
Krioukov - see Kriukov
Kriukov (Rostislav, Riazan)
Krivtsov (2)
Kromin
Kropotkin (Smolenk, Kiev)
Kropotkine - see Kropotkin
Kropotov (Tula)
Kruglikov (2) (1- Moscow, Tomsk; 2- Moscow)
Krupenin (Vladimir)
Krylov
Kryzhanovsky (Poland)
Ksenzhitsky - see Bezborodko
Kuchetsky (St. Petersburg)
Kucha - see Melnitsky
Kuchin (Yaroslav)
Kuchin - see also Melnitsky
Kuchine - see Kuchin
Kudriavtsov
Kukharsky (Vladimir)
Kulikovsky (Moldavia, Karkov, Ukraine)
Kulnev (Smolensk)
Kulomzin (2)
Kundak - see Babichev, Putiatin
Kupreianov (Patina, Ignatov, Kostroma)
Kuraka - see Kurakin
Kurakin (Lithuania)
Kurakine - see Kurakin
Kurdiumov (Moscow)
Kurmanaleev
Kuruta (Greece / Greek)
Kurzakov (Yaroslavl)
Kusakov (Kursk)
Kushelev (2)
Kushnikov
Kutaisov (2)
Kutepov
Kutkin (Tambov)
Kutuz - see Kutuzov
Kutuzov (German)
Kutuzov - see also Golenishchev-Kutuzov
Kuzmin-Korovaev (Prussia)
Kuznetsov
Kuzovlev (Tula)
Kvachnine-Samarine - see Kvashnin-Samarin
Kvashnin-Samarin

Lachinov
Lagoda (Little Russia)
Lambzdorf
Lamsdorff - see Lambzdorf
Lambzdorf (Courland)
Lanskoi - see Lanskoy
Lanskoy (Poland)
Lansky - see Lanskoy
Lapot - see Laptev
Laptev (2) (2- Kasui)
Larionov (3)
Lashkarev (Georgia)
Lashkevich - see (Poland)
Laska - see Lashkevich
Lasunsky (Novgorod - Seversky)
Latynin
Lavrov (2)
Lazarev (2) (1- Georgia, Armenia, Persia, Zhulfy [city], Kazan)
Lazarev (2- Novgorod-Seversky)
Lazarev-Stanishchev (Serbia, Moscow)
Lazarevich (Little Russia, Novgorod-Seversky)
Lebedev (4)
Leditsky
Legkobytov (Little Russia, Kholopkov village, Chernigov)
Leniakov (Kostroma)
Lenivtsev
Leontiev (Riazan)
Leontievich - see Tolstoy
Leonetti - see Tolstoy
Lermant - see Lermantov
Lermantov (Scotland, Poland, Moscow)
Lermontov - see Lermantov
Letiukhin
Letoshny
Letstsano (Switzerland)
Levan - see Dadianov
Levanidov
Levachov - see Levashov
Levash - see Levashov
Levashov (Germany, Pskov, Tver, Moscow)
Levonov
Levshin
Lewaschew - see Levashov
Liakhov
Liamin
Liapun Osinin - see Liapunov
Liapunov (Galicia, Moscow)
Lifanov
Likhovets - see Likhachev
Likhach - see Likhachev
Likhachev (Poland, Tver)
Likharev (2)
Linitskoy
Linitskoy - see aaalso Smirnov (4-) Lipniagov
Lisenko
Lisiansky
de Litsyn (Holy Roman Empire, Moscow)
Litvinov (2) (1- Penza, 2- Kursk)
Liubavsky (Riazan)
Liubetsky (Liubech) - see Drutskoy-Sokolinsky
Liushin
fon Liven (2) (both Livonia, Sweden, Courland)
von Liven - see fon Liven
Livonia (Knights of) - see Maslov 2-
Lizunov
Lobanov (Smolensk, Kazan)
Lobanov-Rostovsky (Rostow)
Lobanow-Rostowsky - see Lobanov-Rostovsky
Loboda (Little Russia)
Lodyga - see Lodygin
Lodygin (ancient Prussia, )
Ladyguine - see Lodygin
Lodyzhensky (France)
Logachev Ukraineian Settlement)
Longinov
Longuinov - see Longinov
Lopukhin (2) 
Lopukhins - see Chevkln
Losev
Loshkarev
Lovenetskoy (Smolensk) - see 
Luchkov 
Lugovka - see Lvov
Lukin (3) (2- Simbursk ; 3- Simbursk)
Lukomsky 
Lunin (2)
Lupandin
Loupandine - see Lupandin
Lupandin - see Chevkln, Lopukhin
Lutkovsky
Lutovinov (2)
Luzhin (Moscow)
Lvoff - see Lvov
Lvov
Lwow - see Lvov Lykochin - see Lykoshin
Lykoshin (Smolensk)
Lyzlov (Lithuania, Moscow)
Lyzovetsky - see Lyzlov

Machikhin
Maikov (Poland)
Maj - see Maikov
Majewski - see Maikov
Makarov (2) (1- Pereyaslav)
Marakov - see also Savonov
Makhov (Smolensk)
Maksheev
Maksin
Malaev (Simbirsk)
Maliakov
Maliavka (Little Russia)
Malinovsky (Poland, Mogilev)
Malovo (Yaroslavl)
Maltsov (Chernegov, Moscow)
Maltzlov - see Maltsov
Malygin (2) (1- Yaroslavl)
Malyshev (Smolensk)
Mamaev
Mamay - see Chirikov
Mankoshev
Mansurov (Moscow, Contrantinople, Lithuania)
Mansourov - see Mansurov
Manturov (Novgorod)
Manutsi (Foriegn, Italy, Venitian Republic, Palatinate, Poland, Opesk)
Manuzzi - see Manutsi
Marchenko (Little Russia, Novorosisk)
Markov (3) (1- Lithuania, 2- Moscow)
Markovich (Little Russia)
Martianov (2) (both Lithuania)
Martynov
Masalov
Maskatiniev (Tambov)
Maskin
Maslenitsky (Smolensk)
Maslennikov
Maslov (2) (1- Lithuania, Moscow, 2- Lithuania, Roizan)
Maslowski - see Maslov 2-
Matchin (Pskov)
Materov
Matioushkin - see Matiushkin
Matiushkin (2) (1- Russia, Holy Roman Empire)
Matsnev
Mavrin (Germany)
Mavrina - see Mavrin
Mazaraki (Poland, Chernigov
Mazeppa - see Tarnovsky
Mazyrin (Tambov)
Medvedev
Mekhmet - see Palitsyn
Melgiewski - see Melgunov
Melgunov
Melgounov - see Melgunov
Melgunov (Poland)
Melissino (Greece, Constantinople, Crete,, Cephalonia, Moscow)
Meller-Zakomelsky
Moeller-Zakomelsky - see Meller-Zakomelsky
Melnitsky (Tver)
fon Mendel (Nurenburg Prussia)
von Mendel - see fon Mendel
Mendeleev (Nizhegorod)
Mendeleieff - see Mendeleev
Menchikov - see Menshikov
Menschikov - see Menshikov
Menshikov (Lithuania, Holy Roman Empire, Izhersk)
Mentschikoff - see Menshikov
Menzikow - see Menshikov
Merkulov (2) (1- [city of] Mtsensk Lithuania, Tula, 2- Kursk)
Merlin (Crimea)
Mertsalov
Mertvago (Riazan)
Meschtscherski - see Meshchersky
Meshcherinov
Meshchersky (Meshchera)
Mestchersky - see Meshchersky
Messing
Mestmacher - see Mestmakher
Mestmakher
Mezentsov (Ukrainian Settlement)
Mezhakov (Vologda
Miachkov (Tebris Persia = Tabriz Azerbaijan, Moscow
Miakhkov
Miakin - see Miakinin
Miakinin (Lithuania, Tver, Novgorod)
Miasnovo (Lithuania, Tver)
Miassnoi - see Miasnovo
Miassnovo - see Miasnovo
Miasoedov (Poland, Moscow, Tula)
Miassoedov - see Miasoedov
Miatel - see Miatlev
Miatlev (Germany, Kostroma)
Miaxinin
Michelson - see Mikhelson
Mikhailov (2)
Mikhalkov
Mikheev
Mikhelson (England, Denmark, Sweden, Livonia, Polotsk Poland, 
Mikhnev (2)
Miklashevsky
Mikulaev (Kaluga)
Mikulaevich (Podole) - see Palitsyn
Mikulich - see Bibikov
Mikulin (3) (1- Kaluga, 2- Simbirsk, 3- Pskov)
Miliutin
Milutine - see Miliutin
Miloradovich (Ragusa, Serbia)
Miloradovitch - see Miloradovich
Minchakov - see Uvarov
Minigalev - see Melgunov
Mingrelia - see Dadianov
Minikh (Bavaria, East Friesland, Oldenburg, Denmark, Holy Roman Empire)
Minin (Moscow)
Mishchenko (Kiev)
Mishin
Mishkov (Orlov)
Mitiushkin
Mitkov (Kolomna, Riazan)
Mitrofanov (Voronezh)
Mitusov
Moiseev (Kursk)
Mokeev
Molchan - see Molchanov
Molchanov (2) (1- Germany, Chernigov, 2- Moscow)
Monomakh - see Lvov
Mordovin
Mordvinov (St. Petersburg)
Mordwinow - see Mordvinov
Morkov (Holy Roman Empire, Moscow area)
Morstov - see Nirotmortsov
Mosalsky
Moshkov (Penza)
Mosolov
Mossolov - see Mosolov
Mouravieff - see Muraviev
Mouraviev - see Muraviev
Moussine-Pouchkine - see Musin-Pushkin
Mozhaisk - see Lvov
Mukhanov
Mukhlynin
Muratov (2) (1- Kostroma, 2- Riazan)
Muraviev (2) (1- Riazan, Novgorod)
Murawieff - see Muraviev
Murawiew - see Muraviev
Musa - see Urusov, Yusopov
Musin-Pushkin (2) (both Germany, time line variance
Musin-Pushkin - see Bobrischev-Pushkin, see Kologrivov
Musin-Yuriev

Nalianov
Naebek - see Narbekov
Nagey - see Urusov
Nagi - see Yusupov
Nalecz (Polish clan) - see Vadkovsky
Narbekov (Moscow)
Narishkine - see Naryshkin
Naryshkin (Bohemia, Eger Germany near Bohemia)
Naryshkine - see Naryshkin
Naryshko - see Naryshkin
Naristsi - see Naryshkin
Nashchoka - see Nashchokin
Nashchokin (Italy, Tver)
Nashchokine - see Nashchokin
Naum - see Naumov
Naumov (3) (1- Moscow)
Naumovich - see Pestov (2-)
Nazariev (Riazan)
Nazarov
Nebolsin
Nechaev (2) (2- Simbirsk)
Nedobrov - see Nedobrovo
Nedobrovo
Nefediev (Yaraslavl)
Neidgart (Austria, St.Petersburg)
Neidhardt - see Neidgart
Neidhart - see Neidgart
Nekliuda - see Nekliudov
Nekliudov (Germany, Tver)
Nekliudov - see also Bobrischev-Pushkin, Kologrivov, Pushkin
Nekludoff - see Nekliudov
Nekludov - see Nekliudov
Neledinsky-Meletskoy (Poland)
Neledinsky-Meletsky - see Neledinsky-Meletskoy
Nelidov (Lithuania [Greek Orthodox], Nikolskoe & Borovsk area)
Nelidovsky - see Nelidov
Nemetsev - see Nemtsov
Nemirich - see Raslovlev
Nemtsov (Poland)
Nenarokomov
Nepenin
Nepliouiev - see Nepliuev
Nepliuev (2) (1- St. Petersburg, 2- )
Nepliuev - see also Kobylin
Nepliui - see Nepliuev
Nepluev - see Nepliuev
Neronov
Nertovsky
Nesterov (Yaroslavl)
Nevsky - see Miatlev, Pushkin
Nikiforov (2) (1- Tambov)
Nikitich - see Cherkaskoy
Nikitin (2) (1- Tver, Voronezh)
Nikol-Demanor - see Nikolev
Nikolev (France, Moscow)
Nilov (Tambov)
Nirotmortsov (Germany, Penza)
Norov (Kolomna, Moscow)
Novikov (2) (1- Moscow)
Novitsky (Poland, Dimersk, Lubensk area, Kiev))
Novosiltsov (2) (2- Germany, Sviisk / Svealand, Poland, Moscow)
Nowosiltsoff - see Novosiltsov
Novosiltzov - see Novosiltsov
Nozhevnikov

Oberuchev (Kostroma)
Oblaginia - see Lodyzhensky, Romodanovsky-Lodyzhensky
Obleukhov
Obolenskov - see Repinin
Obolenskoy
Obolenskoy - see also Boriatinsky, Shcherbatov, Telepnev
Obolensky - see Obolenskoy
Obolnianinov (2)
Obolonin
Obolonsky (Poland, Little Russia, Kiev)
Obreska - see Obreskov
Obreskov
Obriutin
Obukhov (Moscow)
Oder - see Teglev
Odintsov
Odoevsky (Chernogov, Odoev, Glukhov, Novosil)
Odojewski - see Odoevsky
Ofrosimov (Volgada, Moscow)
Ogar - see Ogarev
Ogarev (2)
Ogarkov (Germany, Moscow)
Ogibalov (Tambov)
Ogonczyk - see Skryplev
Ogon-Dogonovsky (Poland, Smolensk)
Okhlestyshev
Okhmukevich - see Miloradovich
Okhotnikoff - see Okhotnikov
Okhotnikov (Orlav, Belev [city])
Okulov (Moscow)
Okunev
Olenin
Oleshev
Olgerd - see Sobakin
Olgierd - see Nelidov
Olofson (Holy Roman Empire)
Olovenikov
Olsufiev (tver)
Onuchin
Onufriev - see Sipiagin
Opochinin
Ordykhoz - see Teviashev
Orinka - see Uvarov
Orinkin - see Uvarov
Orlov
Orlov - see also Beklemishev
Orlov-Denisov
Oshanin (Venitian Kingdom)r
Osina - see Berezin
Osipov (3)
Osipov - see also Alekseev, Perekrestov-Osipov
Osorgin
Ostafiev (3) (2- Kostroma, Moscow Province)
fon der Osten-Saxen (2) (1- Courland, Livonia, Sweden, 2- Courland)
von der Osten-Saxen - see fon der Osten-Saxen
Osterman (Germany)
Ostermann - see Osterman
Ostriakov
Ostrog - see Babichev
Ostroghadsky (Ekanterinoslav)
Ostrov - see Putiatin
Ostrovsky (Moscow)
Otiaev - see Belkin
Otiaev
tiai - see Belkin and Otiaev
Ouchakov - see Ushakov
Oukhtomsky - see Ukhtomskoy
Ouroussov - see Urusov
Oussov
- see Usov
Ovchinnikov
Ovsianikov
Ozeretsky (Ozera) - see Drutskoy-Sokolinsky
Ozerov (Prussia, Poland)

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