Biography of Vasily Semeniuk

From 1903 he was a policeman [gorodovoi] – from 1910 he was engaged in commerce; from 1914, during the First World War, he served in the army. After demobilization he settled in Petrograd where he was a parishioner – and then from 1919 – vice-chairman of the parish council of the Russian [Eastern Rite] Church of the Descent of the Holy Spirit. From 1922 he resided in Oranienbaum, where he was an unskilled worker on the railroad; from 1923 he worked as a boilerman on the railroad. January 10, 1924 – arrested in a case against Russian Catholics. Soon released on his own recognizance and his file was closed. Fate thereafter unknown. Source: Shkarovskii, pp. 282-283
Variant Names:
Semeniuk, Vasily; Semeni︠u︡k, Vasiliĭ Isidorovich
Saint Petersburg (Russia); Lomonosov (Russia)
male; laity; fate unknown