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Two Family Commanderies were created within the Strogonov family by Emperor Paul I. The first Commandery was granted to Count Pavel Alexandrovich (1772-1817) whose chart is given below. He had no male issue but his daughter, Natalya Pavlovna married a cousin Sergei Grigorievich Strogonov and their son, Alexander Sergeievich succeeded to the title.

The second Commandery was granted to Baron Alexander Sergeievich (1771-1815) who died without issue, his only daughter having predeceased him. Since it appears that no claim to the Commandership was ever made, it may be assumed that the Foundation Deed made no provision for any alternative line to succeed him.

Unless the Foundation Deeds state otherwise, it may be assumed that both Commanderies are now extinct.

The Strogonov Family

Strogonovsky Palace, St Petersburg

1. Luka Kuzmich Spiridonov. The richest merchant in Novgorod who ransomed Vasily II of Moscow in 1446 from the Golden Horde, he settled in 1483 with his family on the Vychegda River but soon took monastic vows with the name Theodosios, +1493.
2. Feodor Lukich Stroganov, son of Luka, he started to develop salt-mining industries on the Vychegda, +Solvychegodsk 17.3.1497; m.Euphemia N (+12.12.15??). His descent is as follows:

  • A1. Stepan, +19.6.15??
  • A2. Osip, +12.2.15??
  • A3. Vladimir, +9.3.15??
  • A4. Anika Stroganov, he was the first to start mining in the Ural Mountains where he founded the town of Solikamsk, *Novgorod 4.11.1487, +Vologda 2.9.1569; 1m: Marfa Dementievna (+1544); 2m: Sofia N (*16.1.1514, +Kamgort 1.5.1567)
    • B1. Grigori Stroganov, +Oryol-Permsky 5.11.1578; m.Irina (+7.11.1597)
      • C1. Nikita, +1620; m.Efrosinya Nikitichna Kobeleva
        • D1. Maria, +11.2.1576
      • C2. Danilo, +17.6.1593
    • B2. Yakov Stroganov, *X.1527, +Tchusovoy 8.9.1577; m.Euphimia Feodorovna Okhlopkova (*8.8.1530, +2.3.1593)
      • C1. Maxim, +1623; m.Agrafena Mikhailovna Princeepodobova
        • D1. Osip, *1.4.1580, +25.2.1587
        • D2. Ivan, +1654; m.Euphemia Savvichna Pushkina
          • E1. Danilo, +ca 1668; m.Agafia Timofeievna Elizarova
            • F1. Stepanida; m.1673 boyar Prince Piotr Simeonovich Urusov (+1686)
            • F2. Anna; m.1681 steward Sergei Ivanovich Miloslavsky (*1636, +12.9.1701)
        • D3. Maxim, +1647
        • D4. Vasili, +14.7.1600
        • D5. Feodosia, +27.7.1601
      • C2. Feodosia, +4.4.1586
    • B3. Simeon Stroganov, hired in 1581 Ermak and other Cossacks for the conquest of Siberia, 1st Russian governor of Siberia, +22.10.1586, bur the Solvychegodsk Cathedral; m.Eudoxia Nesterovna Lachinova (+after 1624)
      • C1. Andrei Stroganov, he was granted the title of “honourable person” in 1612, *19.8.1581, +17.7.1649, bur the Solvychegodsk Cathedral; 1m: Irina N (+2.7.1609); 2m: Tatiana Dmitrievna Zhedrinskaya (*1584, +21.9.1639)
        • D1. Vasili, +16.6.1624
        • D2. Dmitri, patron of the Stroganov school of icon painting, *19.9.1615, +16.6.1673, bur St Trinity Monastery; 1m: ca 1647 Princess Anna Vasilievna Volkonskaya (*1621, +2.7.1649); 2m: ca 1652 Anna Ivanovna Zlobina (*ca 1635, +after 11.2.1680)
          • E1. Pelageya, *14.5.1658, +II.1680; m.Prince Andrei Ivanovich Galitzine (+1701)
          • E2. Grigori, patron of the Stroganov School of Architecture, *1656, +Moscow 21.11.1715; 1m: 1673 Princess Vasilisa Ivanovna Meshcherskaya (*11.9.1655, +Moscow 16.3.1693); 2m: Moscow 10.5.1693 Vassa Yakovlevna Novosiltseva (*Moscow 20.7.1667, +Kuzminki 9.11.1733); all children by 2m.
            • F1. Alexander, General-Poruchik, -cr Baron of the Russian Empire 6.3.1722, *Gordeevka 2.11.1698, +Kuzminki 17.11.1754; 1m: Moscow 1723 Tatyana Vasilievna Sheremeteva (*8.1.1706, +13.4.1728); 2m: 1734 Elena Vasilievna Dmitrieva-Mamonova (*1716 +1744); 3m: 1746 Maria Artemievna Zagryazhskaya (*25.3.1722, +8.4.1787)
              • G1. [2m.] Baroness Anna, *7.12.1739, +22.4.1816; m.15.9.1757 Prince Mikhail Mikhailovich Galitzine (*18.7.1731 +21.1.1804)
              • G2. [3m.] Baroness Varvara, *2.12.1748, +29.10.1823; m.1763 General-Lieutenant Prince Boris Grigorievich Shakhovskoy (*1737, +25.2.1813)
                • H1. Princess Elizabeth, *Moscow 29.11.1773, +Moscow 20.10.1796; 1m: Paris 4.2.1792 Prince and Duke Louis Maria d’Aremberg (*19.2.1757 +30.3.1795); 2m: 1795 Prince Piotr Feodorovich Shakhovskoy (*17.3.1773 +9.10.1841)
            • F2. Nikolai, Colonel, Baron of the Russian Empire 6.3.1722, *Voronezh 2.10.1700, +Moscow VI.1758; m.1726 Princeaskovia Ivanovna Buturlina (*22.10.1708, +after 1758)
              • G1. Baron Grigori, Grand Chamberlain of the Imperial Court, *19.9.1730, +19.2.1777; m.1762 Princess Alexandra Borisovna Galitsyna (*12.1.1735, +4.6.1764)
              • G2. Baron Alexander, *ca 1740, +13.3.1789; m.1762 Elisaveta Alexandrovna Zagryazhskaya (*1745, +28.12.1831)
                • H1. Baron Grigori,(right) Grand Chamberlain of the Imperial Court, Ambassador to Sweden, Spain, and Turkey, Count of the Russian Empire 22.8.1826, *13.9.1770, +St.Petersburg 7.1.1857; 1m: St.Petersburg 16.2.1791 Princess Anna Sergeievna Trubetskaya (*8.5.1765 +21.10.1824); 2m: Leipzig 1828 Juliana Luisa Maria Gräfin d’Almeida de Noronha (*Vienna 20.8.1782, +St.Petersburg 2.11.1864)
                  • I1. Count Sergei, Senator, member of the State Council, Governor-General of Moscow, he owned 94000 adult male serfs and 1,400,000 hectares of land, *8.11.1794, +Stroganoff Palace 27.5.1882; m.1818 Countess Natalia Pavlovna Stroganova (*1796 +1872)                   

·         J1. Count Alexander, *6.12.1818, +1864, 2nd Hereditary Commander of St John (1st Strogonov Commandery); m.Tatiana Dmitrievna Vasiltchikova (*19.3.1823, +16.10.1880), daughter of Dmitri Vasilievich Vasiltchikov by Countess Adelaida Petrovna Apraxina

o        K1. Count Sergei, 3rd Hereditary Commander of St John (1st Strogonov Commandery); *Porkhov 9.1.1852, +Stroganoff Palace 18.4.1923; 1m: 1878 Rose Angeline Henriette Le Vieuze; 2m: 1884 Princess Evgenia Alexandrovna Vasiltchikova (*2.10.1862, +10.12.1884)

o        K2. Count Dmitri, *1858, +1863

o        K3. Countess Maria, *1850, +5.8.1914; m.Stanislaw Jagmin, a colonel of the Russian army

o        K4. Countess Elena, *1855, +1876

o        K5. Countess Olga, *9.9.1857, +12.7.1944; m.St.Petersburg 8.4.1879 Prince Alexander Grigorievich Shcherbatov (*St.Petersburg 10.10.1850, +Warsaw 24.4.1915)

L1. Alexander, *1881 +1915; M. Princess Sonia Vasilichikov

M1. Maria, *1909 +1956

M2. Olga, *1910 +1992

      M3. Xenia, *1912: m. Baron  André  Ludinghausen-Wolff

   N1. Hélène, m. Robin Smith-Ryland

M4. Sofia, *1914 +1996

   L2. Helen *1889 +?

   L3. Georgij, *1897 +1979

·         J2. Count Pavel, *1.4.1823, +17.12.1911; m.St.Petersburg 1851 Anna Dmitrievna Buturlina (*1825, +16.11.1906)

·         J3. Countess Sofia, *9.9.1824, +13.2.1852; m.Count Ivan Petrovich Tolstoy (*30.10.1810, +14.5.1873)

J4. Countess Elisaveta, *1826, +1895; m.30.4.1848 Prince Alexander Vasilievich Meshchersky (*26.4.1822, +4.1.1901), Mrshal of Nobility of the Moscow region (1869-75)

K1. Natalia Alexandrovna Meshchersky (*1849 ? + post 1910). m. St Petersburg 18.5.1887 Don Fabrizio Ruffo, Duca di Sasso Ruffo (* Portici 17.3.1847 + Upton Tower  15.4.1911)

L1 Donna Elisabetha Ruffo, dei Principi di San Antimo (*Znamenskoie 26.12.1886, +Wilderness House, Hampton Court 29.10.1940) m. : Yalta 12.6.1918 . Prince Andrew of Russia, *St.Petersburg 12.1.R/24.1.1897, +Provender, Kent 8.5.1981

M1. Prince Michael Romanov, *Versailles 15.11.1920; 1m: Sydney, Australia 24.2.1953 (div 1953) Esther Murphy (*Horsham, Australia 21.10.1921); 2m: Sydney 23.7.1954 Shirley Crammond (*Brisbane 4.3.1916, +Sydney 20.6.1983); 3m: Sydney 14.7.1993 Giulia Gemma Crespi (*Milan 7.3.1930)

M2. Prince Andrew Romanov, *London 21.1.1923; 1m: San Francisco 9.9.1951 (div 1959) Elena Dourneff (*Tokyo 7.3.1927); 2m: San Francisco 21.3.1961 Kathleen Norris (*San Francisco 1.3.1935, +San Francisco 8.12.1967); 3m: Inez von Bachelin (*Santa Monica, California 11.10.1933)

N1. Prince Alexis Romanov, *San Francisco 27.4.1953; m.Zoetta Leisy (*Memphis, Tennessee 25.11.1956)

N2. Prince Peter Romanov, *San Francisco 21.11.1961

N3. Prince Andrew Romanov, *San Francisco 20.2.1963; m.Point Reyes Station CA 12.6.1989 Elisabeth Flores (*San Francisco 25.4.1964)

O1. Princess Natasha Romanov, *San Rafael, California 2.2.1993

N4. Princess Olga Romanov, *London 8.4.1950; m.London 1.10.1975 Thomas Mathew (*8.7.1945)

·         J5. Count Grigori, *16.6.1829, +13.7.1910; m.1856 Countess Maria Potockaya (*1.8.1839 +18.3.1882)

o        K1. Count Sergei, *28.9.1861, +10.10.1877

o        K2. Countess Maria, *17.10.1857, +8.1.1920; m.Prince Alexei Grigorievich Shcherbatov (*St.Petersburg 20.9.1848, +Nice 19.2.1912)

·         J6. Count Nikolai, Stallmeister of the Imperial Court, *17.9.1836, +Narni 10.6.1906; m.Princess Sofia Illarionovna Vasiltchikova (*1841 +1871)

  • I2. Count Alexander Grigoriev, Governor of Kharkov and Poltava (1836-39), Minister of the Interior (1839-41), Governor of Odessa and Bessarabia (1855-64), *St.Petersburg 31.12.1795, +Odessa 1891; m.1821 Countess Natalia Viktorovna Kochubei (*1801, +24.1.1855)

·         J1. Count Grigori, stallmeister, *18.6.1824, +13.3.1879; m.St.Petersburg 16.11.1853 Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaievna of Russia (*18.8.1819 +21.2.1876)

o        K1. Count Grigori, *Geneva 9.5.1857, +Rome 26.2.1859

o        K2. Countess Elena, *St.Petersburg 10.2.1861, +Tsarskoye Selo 11.2.1908; 1m: St.Petersburg 19.1.1879 Vladimir Alexeievich Sheremetev (*28.5.1847, +2.3.1903); 2m: St.Petersburg 1896 Grigori Nikitich Milashevich (*1850, +Sebastopol 1918)

·         J2. Count Vitor, *29.1.1831, +Rome 22.1.1856

·         J3. Count Sergei, *14.2.1834, +3.9.1842

·         J4. Count Pavel, *20.8.1847, +15.12.1847

·         J5. Countess Marianna, *4.5.1822, +24.2.1839

·         J6. Countess Natalia, *St.Petersburg 1828, +St.Petersburg 11.4.1853; m.St.Petersburg 8.1.1850 Prince Pavel Vasilievich Galitzine (*25.1.1822 +27.12.1871)

      • I3. [1m.] Count Alexei, Chamberlain of the Imperial Court, Ambassador in Lisbon (1842-48), *15.3.1797, +Paris 29.12.1879
      • I4. [1m.] Count Valentin, *1801, +4.2.1833
      • I5. [1m.] Baroness Elena, *11.11.1800, +24.6.1832; m.Ivan Dmitrievich Tchertkov (*1796, +1865), Stallmeister of the Imperial court
      • I6. [2m.] Idalia Obortei, *1807, +27.11.1890; m.1829 Alexander Mikhailovich Poletica (*XII.1799, +18.5.1857)
    • H2. Baroness Ekaterina, *21.5.1769, +30.12.1844; m.1787 Ivan Alexandrovich Naryshkin (*19.3.1761, +18.1.1841), Senator, Grand Chamberlain, etc.
    • H3. Baroness Elisaveta, *5.2.1779, +Paris 27.3.1818; m.St.Petersburg IX.1795 Nikolai Nikitich Demidov, Hereditary Commander of the Order of St John of Jerusalem (*Tchernovitsy 9.11.1773, +Florence 22.4.1828)
      • I1. Anatole Demidov, -cr 20.10.1840 Prince of San-Donato, *Moscow 24.3.1813, +Paris 29.4.1870; m.Florence 1.11.1840 Princess Mathilde Bonaparte (*27.5.1820 +2.1.1904)
  • G3. Baron Sergei, *16.4.1738, +27.8.1771; m.Princess Natalia Mikhailovna Beloselskaya (*1743, +5.2.1819), a dau.of Prince Mikhail Andreievich Beloselsky by Countess Natalia Grigorievna Tchernyshova
    • H1. Baron Alexander,(right) Hereditary Commander of the Order of St John (1799) (2nd Strogonov Commandery);*1771, +22.9.1815; m.27.1.1800 Princess Sofia Alexandrovna Urusova (*29.8.1779, +26.4.1801)
      • I1. Baroness Vera, *20.4.1801, +3.5.1801
  • G4. Baroness Anna, *2.6.1731, +1.3.1813; m.IX.1757 Prince Mikhail Ivanovich Dolgorukov (*2.4.1731, +8.6.1794)
  • G5. Baroness Maria, *16.12.1732, +1805; m.15.1.1754 Count Martyn Karlovich Skavronsky (*24.6.1714, +28.7.1779)
    • G6. Baroness Sofia, *29.9.1737, +12.10.1790; m.1759 General-Poruchik Stepan Matveievich Rzhevsky (*17.12.1732, +17.12.1782)
  • F3. Sergei, General-Poruchik, -cr Baron of the Russian Empire 6.3.1722, *20.8.1707, +30.9.1756; m.1728 Sofia Kirillovna Naryshkina (+7.5.1737)
    • G1. Baron Alexander, (left) Grand Chamberlain of the Imperial Court (1796), St.Petersburg Marshal of Nobility (1784-1811), President of the Academy of Fine Arts (1800-11),Count of the Holy Roman Empire 29.5.1761, *3.1.1733, +Stroganoff Palace 27.9.1811; 1m: St.Petersburg 18.2.1758 (div XI.1762) Countess Anna Mikhailovna Voronzova (*1743 +21.2.1769); 2m: St.Petersburg 27.7.1769 (div 1779) Princess Ekaterina Petrovna Trubetskaya (*1754, +20.1.1815)
      • H1. Count Pavel, (right) Senator, Deputy Minister of the Interior, a close friend of Emperor Alexander I, 1st Hereditary Commander of the Order of St John (1799) (1st Strogonov Commandery); he was a member of the Jacobin club and lived in Paris with Theroigne de Mericourt during the French revolution, *France 7.6.1774, +on a ship nr Denmark 10.6.1817; m.1792 Princess Sofia Vladimirovna Galitsyna (*11.11.1775 +6.3.1845)
        • I1. Count Alexander, *1794, +k.a.Craon 23.2.1814
        • I2. Natalia, *1796 +1872; m. Count Sergei Stroganov (See I1.)
        • (Their son, Alexander, succeeded to the Hereditary Commandership; See J1 above)
        • I3. Adelaide
        • I4. Elisaveta
        • I5. Olga