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LYCZKOWSKI Jan (Ivan) son of Mikаlaj (Nikolay)

DOB: 1901
Nty: Russian*
B.P.: Таtаrka station, Оmsk railways, Russian Empire
Place of residence: Usyulgan hamlet, Znamensk district, Оmsk oblast, RSFSR
Education: unknown
Activities: individual peasant-farmer
Arrested: October 04, 1937
Convicted: October 25, 1937 - "troyka" attached to Omsk Oblast NKVD Administration.
Indicted: art. 58-10-11, RSFSR CC
Verdict: capital punishment
Executed: November 01, 1937
Place of execution: Таrа
Place of burial: unknown
Rehabilitated: 08/17/1960 - Presidium of Omsk Oblast Court
Reason: corpus delicti absence (P-8177)

Source: Memorial Book of Omsk oblast

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LYCZKOWSKI Vinces son of Bazyl

DOB: 1901
Nty: Belarusian
B.P.: Prudcy farm, Ihumien uyezd, Minsk gubernya, Russian Empire
Place of residence: Repisca hamlet, Puchavicy district, Miensk voblasc, BSSR
Education: primary school
Activities: farm labourer, State farm (sovkhoz) "Repisca"
Arrested: September 10, 1932
Convicted: October 23, 1932 - "troyka"
Indicted: art. 68, BSSR CC - an agent of Polish intelligence service
Verdict: 3 yrs in GULAG - SvirLag, Lodeynoye Polye
Rehabilitated: 05/31/1989 - Military Prosecutor Office of Belarusian Command
Reason: -

Source: Belarusian "Memorial"

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LYCZKOWSKI Nadzieja da. of Viktar

DOB: 1899
Nty: Belarusian
B.P.: Repisca hamlet, Ihumien uyezd, Minsk gubernya, Russian Empire
Place of residence: Repisca hamlet, Puchavicy district, Miensk voblasc, BSSR
Education: incomplete primary school
Activities: housewife
Arrested: -
Convicted: November 23, 1932 - OGPU college
Indicted: art.art. 58-10 & 17-58/2, BSSR CC - ASA
Verdict: 3 yrs of exile
Rehabilitated: 28.12.1960 - Military Tribunal of Belarusian Command
Reason: -

Source: Belarusian "Memorial"

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LYCZKOWSKI Lean son of Rajmand

DOB: 1898
Nty: Pole*
B.P.: Astrauki hamlet, Minsk uyezd & gubernya, Russian Empire
Place of residence: Minsk uyezd
Education: secondary
Activities: jr. officer, 102nd Reg. of Kolchak Army
Arrested: May 01, 1920
Convicted: May 16, 1921
Indicted: "an enemy of working people"
Verdict: capital punishment
Executed: unknown
Place of execution: unknown
Place of burial: unknown
Rehabilitated: 07/21/1992 - Public Prosecutor Office of Belarus
Reason: -

Source: Belarusian "Memorial"

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LYCZKOWSKI Stanislaw son of Ludwik

DOB: 02/20/1897
Nty: unknown
B.P.: unknown
Place of residence: unknown
Education: unknown
Activities: captain of reserve, 83rd Inf. Reg. of Polish Army
Murdered in Katyn.

Source:
1. A. Moszyński "Lista Katyńska: jeńcy obozów Kozielsk, Ostaszków, Starobielsk zaginieni" - 1989
2. J. Tucholski "Mord w Katyniu: Kozielsk, Ostaszków, Starobielsk: lista ofiar" - Instytut Wydawniczy PAX, 1991

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LYCZKOWSKI Branislau son of Rajmand

DOB: 1896
Nty: Pole*
B.P.: Мinsk gubernya, Russian Empire
Place of residence: Khabarovsk, RSFSR
Education: unknown
Activities: Chief of Amur basin military transport service
Arrested: July 24, 1938
Convicted: March 21, 1939 - 11th Dept. of NKVD State Security Administration
Indicted: unknown
Verdict: unknown
Rehabilitation: yes
Reason: cause broken off, an indictment not proved

Source: Memorial Book of Khabarovsk krai

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* Belarusian nationality (i.e. ethnicity) was not recognized both in the Russian Empire and in Poland (II Rzeczpospolita). Nationality of those who lived on the Belarusian territories was usually determined by their religion: an Orthodox was considered to be a Russian, a Catholic - a Pole. While determining one's ethnicity by his/her religious affiliation was a common place for state authorities, the practice was spread among general public as well. Yet, given these circumstances, there is every reason to suggest that the registered nationality of the above persons might differ from their self identity or genuine ethnic origins or both.


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