Biography of Stanisƚaw Zabƚocki

Description:
Born into a peasant family in Veriono, Rechytsa district, Vitebsk province, in 1893. From 1917 he resided in Petrograd and worked at a factory. In 1918 he was called up for service in the Red Army; in 1921, after demobilization, he returned to Petrograd. Worked as a metalworker at an electrical station and was a parishioner at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church where he sang in the choir. He became a protégé of Bishop Antoni Malecki and after the bishop’s arrest he was on a committee to aid him. In April 1932 he was arrested in a case against Catholic clergy and laity (Proncketis et al.). June 19, 1932 – sentenced to three years in corrective labor camp [OGPU Collegium]. Fate thereafter unknown. Source: Shkarovskii, p. 262
Variant Names:
Zabƚocki, Stanisƚaw; Zablot︠s︡kiĭ, Stanislav Stanislavovich
Dates:
1893-1932
Locations:
Rėchytski rai︠o︡n (Belarus); Saint Petersburg (Russia)
Subjects:
male; laity; fate unknown