Biography of Maria Vadbolskaya

Born into a family of the nobility in Moscow in 1895. In early childhood she lost her parents and was raised by an older sister. She completed four years of high school, then went to work as a governess for a family. She later moved to Petrograd where she was a dayworker. From 1929 she worked as a registrar in a hospital in Peterhoff – then at a factory in Leningrad where she became disabled. She was an active member of one of the churches. In 1935 she was arrested and expelled from Leningrad. Sent to At-Bassar, Karaganda region (Kazakhstan). In 1936 she appealed to the Political Red Cross for assistance on more than one occasion. Fate thereafter unknown. Source: GARF, f. 8409, op. 1, d. 1471, l. 6-14
Variant Names:
Vadbolskaya, Maria; Vadbol'skai︠a︡, Marii︠a︡ Vladimirovna
Moscow (Russia); Saint Petersburg (Russia); Qaraghandy oblysy (Kazakhstan)
female; laity; fate unknown