Biography of Marie Deibner [neé Panet]

Born into a family of the nobility. She was the wife of the Orthodox priest, Fr. Johannes Deibner, and converted to Catholicism with him. Lived in Leningrad, where she was arrested in December 1933 in a case against a “counter-revolutionary Catholic organization in Leningrad.” February 1934 – convicted. Fate thereafter unknown. Source: Ju.N. Danzas et al., Archive of Directorate, FSB, St. Petersburg and Leningrad oblast; see also Dzwonkowski, p. 207
Variant Names:
Deibner, Marie [neé Panet]; Deibner [neé Panet], Marie
Saint Petersburg (Russia)
laity; female; fate unknown