Biography of Lyudwiga Solovey

Born into a lower middle class family in St. Petersburg in 1870. She had an elementary education; lived in St. Petersburg and belonged to the Russian Catholic Church of the Descent of the Holy Spirit. January 1, 1924 – arrested in a case against Russian Catholics, soon released before the trial on personal recognizance. May 19, 1924 – sentenced under Article 61 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR to three years’ exile [OGPU Collegium]. Sent to Perm region, from where she was transferred May 27, 1927, to Tver, with another three years added to her term of exile. As of April 1932 she was in Tver. Fate thereafter unknown. Sources: GARF, f. 8409, op. 1, d. 237, l. 20-22, 98-100; d. 756, l. 92-94; Osipova (1999), p. 339; Abrikosova et al. (1924); Sokolovskyi, p. 196; Shkarovskii, p. 283
Variant Names:
Solovey, Lyudwiga; Soloveĭ, Li︠u︡dviga (I︠A︡dviga) Matveevna
Saint Petersburg (Russia); Permskai︠a︡ oblastʹ (Russia); Tverʹ (Russia)
female; laity; fate unknown