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M Alexander von Buxhoeveden

Born on 05/03/1882 at St. Petersburg, Russia
Died on 11/05/1948
Son of Anatol Fedorovich von Buxhoeveden (09/07/1844 - 21/07/1921) and Maria Jöggiges (19/08/1849 - 05/12/1934)
M Wladimir von Buxhoeveden (23/07/1885 - 06/03/1944)


Olga Olensky on 18/05/1904 at St. Petersburg, Russia


Count Alexander Buxhoeveden (1882-1948) was born in St. Petersburg and lived in his estate Alexandrovka, near Tambov. He was a journalist, architect, member of the Imperial Duma and Knight of the Russian Order of St. George. He, his wife Olga Olensky, and their three children escaped through Finland to Paris.

16 September 1918: Count Alexander Buxhoeveden, his wife Olga Olensky, and their children Anatol (Alec), Elisabeth and Marianna, escape to Helsinki, Finland, where grandfather Anatol Buxhoeveden (1844-1921) lives in exile since a couple of months.
21 July 1921: Count Anatol Feodorovich Buxhoeveden (1844-1921), member of the former Imperial Council, who lived in exile in Helsinki, Finland, since 1918, dies. His son Alexander and his family move to Paris. He takes his mother, Countess Maria Buxhoeveden, born Jogisches, with him.

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