Biography of Joseph Eberle, Jr.

Born into the family of a teacher in Semenovka, Tavrinsk district, on the Lower Volga, in 1916. In 1930 his father was convicted in a case against Catholic clergy and laity¸ but Joseph Jr., being still a minor, was deported with his mother to the Northern Territory. He was in Ust-Sysolsk [nka Syktyvkar], Komi ASSR, and worked as a metal worker at “Komiles” Trust. December 24, 1941 – arrested. August 29, 1942 – sentenced to death under Article 58-10 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR [Special Board, USSR NKVD]. Shot (exact date of death unknown). Source: Pokaianie, p. 1125; Investigatory Matter 95215, Central Archive, FSB, Russian Federation
Variant Names:
Eberle, Joseph, Jr.; Eberle, Iosif Iosifovich
Semenovka (Nizhegorodskai︠a︡ oblastʹ, Russia); Severnyĭ kraĭ (R.S.F.S.R.); Komi (Russia)
male; laity; executed