Biography of Ludwig Kokin

Born into a peasant family in Kolobov, Dvinsk district, Vitebsk province, in 1885. Finished the village school. Lived in Leningrad and worked as a guard at St. Catherine Church. In January 1927 he was arrested, but released from custody in July. November 16, 1931 – arrested on charges of “espionage on behalf of Poland and constant anti-Soviet agitation.” February 26, 1932 – sentenced to three years in corrective labor camp [Special Board, OGPU Collegium]. Sent to Siblag (Kemerovo oblast); released April 27, 1934, but prohibited from residing in Leningrad oblast or Belorussia. May 14, 1934 – departed for Bryansk. Fate thereafter unknown. Source: Shkarovskii, p. 265
Variant Names:
Kokin, Ludwig; Kokin, Li︠u︡dvig Donatovich
Vitsebskai︠a︡ voblastsʹ (Belarus); Saint Petersburg (Russia); Kemerovskai︠a︡ oblastʹ (Russia); Bri︠a︡nsk (Russia)
male; laity; fate unknown