Biography of Stanisƚaw Pusiewicz

Born into a peasant family in Vitebsk province in 1885. Lived in Leningrad, worked as a driver at LenAvtoTrans and was a parishioner of St. Catherine Church. From 1920 he kept in his apartment letters and documents of Msgr. Konstantin Budkiewicz. April 8, 1920 – he signed a telegram to Lenin protesting the arrest of Archbishop Jan Cieplak. April 16, 1920 – arrested in the “Polish Affair.” June 30, 1920 – sentenced to four months of forced community labor [Petrograd City Extraordinary Committee]. In 1931 he was tried in a case against Catholic clergy and laity (Wojno et al.). Convicted (?). Fate thereafter unknown. Source: Shkarovskii, p. 279
Variant Names:
Pusiewicz, Stanisƚaw; Pusevich, Stanislav Antonovich
Vitsebsk (Belarus); Saint Petersburg (Russia)
male; laity; fate unknown