Since the reply from PPK in the previous post, I have emailed the administrator of the Fairfield County GenWeb project about finding Anatole in a cemetery. She has not had any luck and I have not found him on any of the web sites either. She has suggested trying to contact their vital records to see if I can find anything there.
She did find them in the 1930 census, which I had problems finding the family. She did email all the information so that I could find the family. I do now have a copy of this record.
Well, with help from PPK, we did prove that Anatole was in the Russian Military. Which is what I set out to do from the start. New goal is to see how far we can get this family tree back. We do know that Anatole’s father was Petrovich, no information on his mother at this point.
Again, this will be a long process. I just hope it will be a successful one.
So, in my emails from a PPK in Russia I have learned a bit. He found a book that gives obituary information for the United States.
Not Forgotten Tombs: The Russian abroad: obituaries 1917 – 1997.
Pavlovsk Military College
Poraj -Koshits Anatoly Petrovich
Years of life: nearby 1874 (1879) – till May 29th, 1937, the USA
The Pavlovsk military College left the second lieutenant in 1st reserve artillery brigade (1893). In a rank shtabs-captain it was translated on technical service. Examined the weapon in armies of Vilensky military district. In May, 1916 has survived to the USA with the Russian artillery commision (the inspector of artillery orders).
Worked in the perfumery company later. Then unemployed.
A member f a society of Russian officers of gunners.
Under one data has died at the age of 58 years, on another -63 years.
It is buried on May 29th, 1937 in the city of Stamford, CT.
(though the English is rough in this post, this is how it was translated from Russian)