Boris Ottovich Rosentreter

Boris Ottovich Rosentreter

Male 1890 - 1944  (54 years)

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  • Name Boris Ottovich Rosentreter 
    Birth 1890  Moscow, Russia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death 1944  Athens, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I2828  Rosentreter_Tree
    Last Modified 25 Sep 2022 

    Father Otto Wilhelm Rosentreter,   b. 13 Nov 1855, Kuldīga, Kuldīga Municipality, Latvia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1915, Capri, Isola di Capri, Italy Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 59 years) 
    Relationship Birth 
    Mother Fanny Bartelt,   b. 2 Feb 1871, Moscow, Russia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1945  (Age 73 years) 
    Relationship Birth 
    Notes 
    • Literally the words of Anastasia: "Their life seems to me like the life of the Chekhov sisters (Vera, Tatiana, Nadezdha & Oga) - they stayed with their younger beloved brother, and he brought to the house his wife, a simple and strong Russian beauty, my grandmother.

      Grandmother was that "gift", the story is very similar."
    • Census of the Goldingen district of the Courland province

      The record states that in the first half of 1905 the family of Otto Wilhelm Rosentreter (a merchant of the second guild) left the place for Moscow including:
      Otto Wilhelm Rosentreter 50 years old and his 4 sons: Boris, Alexander, Nicolay and Evgeniy
      his wife Fanny 37,5 years old and 3 daughters: Vera, Tatiana and Nadezhda

      Just a note: a merchant of the second guild should have a capital no less than 20000 Tzar silver roubles.

      https://www.ancestry.com/discoveryui-content/view/6445739:62312
    Photos
    Otto Rosentreter & Fanny Bartelt - Headstone
    Otto Rosentreter & Fanny Bartelt - Headstone
    Otto Wilhelm Rosentreter & Fanny Bartelts Children
    Otto Wilhelm Rosentreter & Fanny Bartelts Children
    Documents
    Otto & Fanny Tree Notes
    Otto & Fanny Tree Notes
    Otto Wilhelm Rosentreter Family Group - Goldingen to Moscow
    Otto Wilhelm Rosentreter Family Group - Goldingen to Moscow
    Family ID F1111  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Sophia Vasilievna Korganova,   b. Abt 1890,   d. 8 Sep 1941, Athens, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 51 years) 
    Children 
     1. Nona Borisovna Rosentreter,   b. Aft 1910, Moscow, Russia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 2020  (Age < 107 years)  [Birth]
     2. Georg Rosentreter,   b. 15 Mar 1912, Moscow, Russia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 2022  (Age < 109 years)  [Birth]
    Photos
    Boris Ottovich Rosentreter & Sophia Korganova
    Boris Ottovich Rosentreter & Sophia Korganova
    Last Modified 1 Jan 2022 
    Family ID F1177  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBirth - 1890 - Moscow, Russia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDeath - 1944 - Athens, Greece Link to Google Earth
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  • Photos
    Boris Ottovich Rosentreter - b 1890
    Boris Ottovich Rosentreter - b 1890
    Boris Ottovich Rosentreter - Headstone
    Boris Ottovich Rosentreter - Headstone
    Boris Ottovich Rosentreter with another Soldier
    Boris Ottovich Rosentreter with another Soldier

  • Notes 
    • Boris and Nicholai left Russia in November 1920 to Istanbul with the rests of the White Army. Then Boris with his wife moved to christian Greece in hope to wait until the Bolshevics' power would fell.
    • Boris was an officer in the tzar military and served under general Wrangel. He had to flee the revolution with the rest of the White Army to the Crimea. There ships brought him to Istanbul together with his brother Nikolai. As he was a military man and he found it hard to find a profession in Istanbul, so he started to build and repair transistor radios. After a while he moved to Christian orthodox Athens hoping he would be able to return to Russia.
    • He was apparently importing medication from Germany to Russia. He had a pharmacy and a toy shop in Moscow. He died in Italy because he had a blood disease and went there to recover. He apparently took the name Otto Fedorovich later in life.