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Rayne-Anne (Thursday, February 22, 2007 04:40)

This info has helped me a lot on my Catherine the great Inquiry Report for school. thanx-xX Xx-Rayne-xX

Maria (Monday, March 12, 2007 18:05)

hi, i wish to know more about the late Romanovs (Nicholas II and his family) and the cause that might have led to their murder. Thanks

Jenna (Sunday, May 13, 2007 15:46)

Hello, my name is Jenna and if you could help me at all I would greatly appreciate it. A book about my family histoy was written back in the 70's and it contains information that suggests I am a decendent of the Romanovs. in 1773 one of ancestors Carl Gustav Willberg was born and at some point married (we suspect) a lady in waiting because his son is Barn Adrian Willberg but they were unable to get the name of the woman. I thought that now with the internet being here I may be able to complete my Great Grandmothers book and I was hopeing that maybe you could help. Any information on how to find out would great. Thankyou for your time Jenna

Lynn Romanoff Hickerson (Wednesday, May 16, 2007 05:36)

My grandfather, Alexander Nicholas Romanoff was born in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1893, educated at the University of St. Petersburg (civil engineering), had many siblings who fled to different parts of the world, married my graandmother, Xania Shewchuk, had one son, Nicholas Alexander Romanoff, born 1915 in NYC. Alexander, was a personal friend of Igor Sikorsky,inventor of the helicopter. Lost all family ties. Believed to be a decendant of one of the Aleander's. Are there any family members who may recognize my family.......please respond. Thank you, Lynn

charlene (Wednesday, June 20, 2007 07:52)

i think that queen victoria could have at any time prevented the murders of the romanov family. she was after all alexandria's grandmother. that was just wrong.

margi (Tuesday, July 3, 2007 15:09)

Hi I'm interested in the Romanoffs and I would like some more information about the descendants of them living in the UK please, thanks.

Karina (Tuesday, July 10, 2007 01:05)

Hi Charlene. Queen Victoria died several years before the murders!! ;)

Karen Davis (Wednesday, August 8, 2007 17:38)

Excellent resource! I have been researching the early Romanovs and this is a wonderful summation.

Fraia (Tuesday, October 2, 2007 15:54)

I think it is a wonderful page but i want to know what happen with Nicolas II and his family during 1 year before their death.

Codi Jo (Thursday, November 22, 2007 10:15)

Hey, about the family descents, who's to say that one of the children didn't run to a country, they knew no one would look? Who's to say, they wouldn't claim Jewish? They wouldn't speak of their past, but you knew she had many sisters, her mannerism was very high class, and she spoke High-German. And who's to say she didn't move to America? It's Scary, I've seen pictures of my sister when she was young, and she does sure look like Anastasia. Weird, huh?

Jaimee Romanov (Wednesday, February 27, 2008 22:18)

Hey I want to learn about my family. If you have any information, please help me!

Courtney Romanov (Wednesday, February 27, 2008 22:20)

Hey Jaimee, I'm also working on a research project. It's about my family aswell. Hopefully we can get in touch send me your email ps if anybody else has any information on my family please let me know.

Bob Malin (Tuesday, March 18, 2008 21:27)

I've been trying to do this for some time, but the informaion is old, and, the major players are dead. My grandfather was the son of the Lord Mayor of Kiev(my great grandfather). He was born in the 1870's and came to this country in the latter half of the 19th century. My grandmother was the daughter of the Bishop of Kiev. Her last name was POPOV, or something that sounds similar. Supposedly my grandfather's last name was (again phonetically) MALCHANOFF, but recently I found out from my father and uncle (both in the mid-80's) that my great grandfather, the Lord Mayor of Kiev was named Gregory , and, he was first cousin to Nicholas I. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I guess other than my mom's side of the family, I don't have family on my father's side. It'd be interesting to know who's left, and how related to the romanov's I really am....

jesus (Monday, July 28, 2008 10:44)

It is interesting to know that nearly all of Europe's royal families, including the Romanovs, have German ancestors. Though the original, dierct male line Romanovs had distant German and Polish roots, the family from Peter III (who's a grandson of Peter the Great through his mom, Anna Petrovna, wife of a duke of Holstein-Gottorp) on to the present day members of the family, are primarily descended from German princes. Catherine the Great, wife of Peter III, however, is distantly descended from the first russian royal family, the Ruriks, who are of swedish/viking origin. All the consorts of the remaining tsars were brought from Germany (with the exception of Nicholas II's mom, princess Dagmar of Denmark). Some of the most prominent living descendants of Peter the Great include Queen Sophia of Spain and her offspring, Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh and his offspring, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands and her offspring, the deposed King Constantine of Greece and his offspring, and all the current Romanovs descended from Catherine the Great and Peter III of Russia.

jesus (Monday, July 28, 2008 11:07)

The Romanov (or more accurately, Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov) family is actually a cadet branch of the prominent German House of Oldenburg. The royal houses of Denmark, Norway, Great Britain, Sweden, Spain and and the deposed royal house of Greece have monarchs that are descended from its branches or belong to one of its branches

Baron Louis Wetzlar von Plankens (Thursday, July 31, 2008 07:52)

Princess Ekaterina Ivanovna Romanov of Russia passed away a year ago on July 17, when in Moscow were remembering the Imperial martyrs including her father, she was the youngest daughter of Prince Ioann Konstantinovich Romanov murdered in Alapayevsk the same day that his uncle, aunt and cousins in Ekaterinburg. I had met as well her aunt Princess Vera Konstantinovna, who had lost three brothers and three uncles Romanov in the same circumstances, she travelled to Saint Petersburg in 1996 when the Emperor Nicholas II, Empress Alexandra and three of her five children, were reburied in the Imperial vault at the Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul in Petersburg. Princess Katjia widow of an Italian aristocrat lived in Montevideo Uruguay and in Buenos Aires for many years, she always dreamed to see a free Russia, thanks to God she made true her dream and visited the palace of Pavlovsk were she was born. Russia will be again a civilized country when Lenins corps, like other of the murderers will be placed away of the Red Square. God bless the martyrs of the Bolsheviks. By the way, never Princess Ekaterina recognized Maria Vladimirovna or her father and grandfather as heads of the Imperial family, she never forgot the betrayal of Grand Duke Kiril Vladimirovich to his cousin, when he accepted the red flag instead of the Imperial eagle on February 1917, and used his regiment against HIM Tsar Nicholas II, even before the abdication of the sovereign. A real traitor to his family and country, no one of his offsprings deserves to be in line of succession to the throne, if one day the Monarchy may be restored.

Lisa (Wednesday, August 13, 2008 16:40)

I too am related to the Romanov family. I am trying to establish the direct line between Peter the Great and my descendants.

jesus (Saturday, September 20, 2008 10:41)

Back to the subject of peter the great's descendants, I forgot to add the names of Queen Margrethe of Denmark as well as that of King Carl Gustav of Sweden. All of those people that I mentioned are descended from Tsar Paul I's children and grandchildren and on. But there are even rumors that Paul was not the son of Peter III, but of General Sergei Saltykov, one of Catherine II's numerous and legendary lovers. The Empress Elizabeth, the last remaining daughter of Peter the Great, probably consented to this because she was desperate to produce an heir to the Russian throne at all costs. However, this may turn out to be a false rumor because Paul physically and mentally resembled Peter III. Although he showed more mental maturity than his father, he still trained his guards in the Prussian style and viewed the Russian people as inferior to other Western nations. He even suffered the same fate as his father did nearly 40 years earlier. As for the mystery of Paul's parentage, Who really knows? Some historians belive that Catherine just made this rumor up because she hated her son, who reminded her of her late husband. If such rumor were true, then the romanov dynasty died out with Peter III and his Brunswick(Este) cousin Ivan VI, thus changing the house name (in accurate terms) from Holstein-Gottorp (Oldenburg)-Romanov to Saltykov-Anhalt-Zerbst (Ascania).

Robert Romanov (Thursday, October 9, 2008 02:56)

i too am related to the romanovs, and want to find out more about it. supposedly what i have heard from my moms side we are directly related to either one of his sisters or brother(dont remember which) but i know one of them actually ran away from russia to america taking one of their servants names and that is all i know for now i will try to find out more later.

Claudia (Tuesday, October 14, 2008 14:13)

i want to know more about Romanov because its our project in school, i really need important information, or else my teacher will give me debit.

Zeus (Tuesday, October 14, 2008 14:19)

i need to know because even though i am not part of the family i really will be thankful if someone will tell me where i can find informations about Romanov, and i also want to know his whole name.

Lynn Romanoff (Thursday, December 4, 2008 00:36)

I'm related to the Romanoff family. My grandfather, Alelxander Nicholas Romanoff, was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, October, 1893. My father's name is Nicholas Alexander Romanoff, born September 1915 in NYC. My father's middle names include: Balashov, Dmitri, Obolensky. Does anyone have these names in their family? I'm looking for possible relatives and want to know which Czar we are decended from. Thank you........Lynn

Rachel (Thursday, January 8, 2009 23:09)

I am looking for more information on Anastasia. Could someone help me?!?!?!?!?!?!

Tiffany (Tuesday, January 13, 2009 03:18)

You know, there is a book out that is great reading on this subject. I finished it not too long ago, it's called Flight Of The Romanovs. This book has an insider view of what happened from Alexander II's rule to the 1990's. It covers the revolution in all of its horrible details and even the thoughts and comments from survivors, people that knew them, their journals, and even letters. It is very fascinating, and fills in a lot of the gaps. Check it out sometime. Most big bookstores will sell it or can at least order it. If any of you want to email me about it, I am alright with that. I can tell you what you want about the book, but personally, I think it's best if you read it personally. It is categorized under history and biography. Give it a shot!

Alexandra (Tuesday, February 24, 2009 08:42)

You know what i am so tired of people like Lynn Romanoff because first of all tell me Lynn if you were related to the Romanovs you would not be spelling your famalies name wrong!!!!!! Plus if anybody needs help trying to find out more about the realitives on the Romanovs ask me because you know what i am part of the romanv family and you know why!!!!! WEll my mom said my ansestors last name was Romanv but they had to legally change it because the people who killed my family would come after them!!!!!!!! You know what my name is Alexandra ====== so if you find out who i am then good luck because i live in Phoenix Arizona!!!!!!!

AMANDA SKOBIN (Monday, March 16, 2009 18:26)

Hi My name is amanda Skobin my grandfather Victor skobin is the son of Maria Romanov. i would like to know about her no one wants to help me out ?????/

Laura Miller (Thursday, April 30, 2009 10:26)

Family history has it that we are descended from a marriage between one of the female descendants of Peter the Great and one of the male descendants of Count Magnus von Stenbock. Anyone have any information on the union of these two families?

Possible Relative (Wednesday, May 27, 2009 01:44)

Hey, yeah I think that I might be related to the Romanov line because my mother's maiden name is Roman. My late grandmother is pure Russian and her generation came directly from Russia. I'm not sure at what time period though. Maybe Roman was a name that they chose to use in America, hiding Romanov. It would be cool if I am related, then I could go around saying "hey I'm a Tsar's relative". Pretty cool!

b (Monday, June 22, 2009 22:10)

Grandmother in Russian culture is different from grandmother in American culture. Russian Grandmother in extended family system thinks she is as important or more important than mother in relation to granddaughter. Is there any book or article or website that deals with Russian grandmother views and culture in relation to grand daughter. American child support and welfare system for children focusses on parents rights and duties not so on grandparents. Is there any expert on this social difference? Thank you.

AmericanMuscle (Monday, June 29, 2009 22:08)

"hi, i wish to know more about the late Romanovs (Nicholas II and his family) and the cause that might have led to their murder." It's long and complicated but Jewish Freemasonry murdered the Tsar. It was part of an international campaign to obliterate Christian Absolute Monarchist rule and it started in France. This international plan is documented in the 1895 published document, the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion. Unfortunately, people have refrained from reading or discussing the book out of fear of being labelled a Nazi.

AmericanMuscle (Monday, June 29, 2009 22:20)

Another great document to learn the real truth about the murder of the Tsar is a book called "Under the Sign of the Scorpion," written by Swedish author, Uri Lina. Read the Protocols, and Uri's book and you should be pretty well up to speed with what happened. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's "The Gulag Archipelago" is also very interesting. God rest the soul of Nicholas II! Long live Orthodoxy!

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Christine Romanoff Morris (Thursday, October 1, 2009 21:59) aunt is Lynn Romanoff and you can spell Romanoff with an off or ov. There is a Russian association called The Romanoff Family Association made up of Romanoff' stop insulting my aunt!

Christine Romanoff Morris (Thursday, October 1, 2009 23:10)

Romanoff - a member of the imperial family that ruled Russia Romanov emperor - the male ruler of an empire 2. Romanoff - the Russian imperial line that ruled from 1613 to 1917 Romanov dynasty - a sequence of powerful leaders in the same family royal family, royal house, royal line, royalty - royal persons collectively; "the wedding was attended by royalty"

Calvin B (Thursday, October 15, 2009 23:47)

Hey Christine, Very interesting to find you here! :) Now I understand. I read your aunts post and thought wow this information is very familiar to me! A post earlier about the protocals which was declared a fraudulent document here in the US was found among the artical's of the Czar. It is presummed the Okhrana forged these. I am not convinced because once you read them and learn who the Bolshevik's were you will be shocked. All former White guards fought against this for the Christian Kingdom. Take care To Alexandra: Christine is correct.You need to simmer your attitude. Ignorance can be very ugly when illuminated.

Nick A. (Saturday, November 7, 2009 08:12)

My grandmother's maiden name was Romanov; My first name is Nicholas. Coincidence? I think not.

Sue (Thursday, January 7, 2010 08:18)

To Lynn Romanoff-just curious-was your grandfather's birthday on October 10? I may know of someone's grandfather who was a possible twin brother. He went by Michael in this country and named his son Igor and grandson Igor Michael, but changed his name before he came here. Fled Russia to Algeria. Most royals were tutored in French as well as Russian.

Lynn Romanoff (Saturday, February 6, 2010 23:45)

Sue, My grandfather, Alexander was born October 10, 1893 in St. Petersburg, Russia. I wan't aware he has a twin brother. He came over from France on the S.S. France with his valet to settle in NYC. His maternal names are: Balashov, Obolensky, Dmitri. Sue, does this help you in any way? Thanks, Lynn

Chris Johnson (Wednesday, March 3, 2010 07:29)

I too am a direct decendent of Nicholas II. This has been proven by a Pathway Genomics DNA test. I was shocked to find this out, and that I was related to royalty. I am also a blood decendent of a early king of Ireland also.

christine romanoff morris (Friday, March 5, 2010 19:55)

There are no direct descentants of you mean NI?

RebeccaH (Thursday, April 1, 2010 05:06)

I was wondering where the Lithuanian part of the Romanov line comes in. I am somehow related through the Lithuanian side. I just want to know where that part comes in. Thank you :)

sharon (Friday, April 16, 2010 08:45)

Related to olesk (sp) obelensky. My family left Siberia (escaped) and lived in Tientsin China until 1948. Then fled to Israel. Any info where to learn more would be appreciated.

Christine Romanoff Morris (Monday, April 19, 2010 19:57)

Sharon: Obolensky (Russian: ) is the name of a princely Russian family of the Rurik Dynasty. The family of aristocrats mostly fled Russia in 1917 during the Russian Revolution. Their name is said to derive from the town of Obolensk in the Upper Oka Principalities near Moscow. My grandfather's middle name was Obolensky as well as Balashov. Do you think you have the right spelling?

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christine romanoff morris (Thursday, April 22, 2010 22:57)

rick; if you have nothing nice to say...then just don't say it!

Star (Monday, May 3, 2010 07:03)

I met the Grand Duke of Russia today at church. It was amazing to read the history behind his family.

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louis (Wednesday, May 12, 2010 20:32)

The Romanov Family as a ruling dynasty lost that power in 1917 upon the abdication of Nicholas II. He and his family was murdered in 1918. His brother Michael was killed before him and although Michael had a son he was not eligable for the throne and died in 1920 after a motor accident. As far as Cyril goes he was not eligible for the throne as his Mother Marie Pavlovna was not Orthodox at his birth. He was also married to a first cousin divorcee which made him and his son Vladimir along with Vladimirs dau.,Maria who claims the throne not eligible for the throne even if is was to come back in being. If the Romanov Family goes by Imperial Law there are no contenders in the family unless they throw the Pauline Laws aside for that Law states that the person who inherds the throne are to be Orthodox upon inherding same and if married his wife must be Orthodox . George is a nice looking man but if I am not mistaken is a Hohenzollern and not a Romanov regardless what his Mother says.

Renee (Sunday, June 20, 2010 20:28)

I just found this, but it seems the conversation was more heated 2 years ago. Hopefully, Alexandra has settled down and learned more about genealogy and both accidental and intentional changing of names. I come from a family who had to hide who/what they were on both sides for different reasons. My great grandmother was an Orlov (Often spelled Orloff in the states, but in the femine in Russian tradition was more appropriately Orlova). She was one of the aristocrats loyal to the royal family and forced to flee in 1918, and refused to speak Russian once in the states to help hide who she was. Orlovs are cousins to Romanovs (there were many Princes in the Orlov line), good friends, and loyal servants of the Empire. I know autocrats were fanatical in all of Europe about documenting their lines, so anyone looking for connections need only find your direct ancestor prior to 1900 to prove the connection to yourself, and should then be able to find that someone else has documented the rest farther back for you as far as the Romanov line goes. However, once these people were foced to flee and hide out, making the connections have become difficult. I have been able to find much more public documentation on Romanovs than Orlovs. Does anyone know where an American can find online access to Russian documents around the time of this generation? I have my GGrandmother's marriage certificate from Vladivostok (she hurriedly married a US Sailor there and left for the states from that port), with permission for the marriage signed by her father (with her full traditional name on the certificate confirming her father's name). I know the names of brothers killed by Bolsheviks in Russia and another sister who made it to the states. So I have a place to start if I know where to look. By the way, AmericanMuscle, if you are still lurking here - yes, you do sound like a Nazi since you are spreading anri-Jewish propaganda that is not true. The royal family was not killed by Jews. They were killed by Soviets who feared a rescue attempt might put the Tsar back in power. This is why so many others loyal to the monarchy had to flee or risk being murdered as well. If you had family that lived it to give you first had accounts of the time, you would know better than whatever nonsense you have been reading.

Petrina (Tuesday, August 3, 2010 15:04)

Forgetting all the laws - who are the rightful Romanov heirs based on their blood line....... would that not be more interesting. Since laws were changed to suit the political and/or dynastic climate rather than blood line.

bee (Wednesday, September 15, 2010 19:06)

My husbands father was born in Blagoveshchensk. Russia 1908. His Father was Nicholas F. Romanoff born 1884, Russia. He fought as a Military officer with the White Russian Cossacks against the Bolshevicks, before fleeing the country as many Romanoffs were able to do.He was a cousin to the Czar. I would like to find out who Col Nicholas F. Romanoffs parents were. Does anyone have any idea how to research the Russian records? B Romanoff

Christine Romanoff Morris (Wednesday, September 22, 2010 22:34)

Hi Bee...I wish I had advice to give to you but we are in the same situation. My father was DNA tested and he matched the teeth of NII and the bones of Alexei. Our problem is, is finding out who my great-great grandparents were. My father was DNA tested through They are very reliable and also do family geneologies. You may want to check them out. I am trying to find a birth cert. for my great-grandfather but because of the revolt in 1917 everything is a mess. I wish I had better advice for you. Good luck in your search!

yuo (Thursday, October 7, 2010 05:15)

Olga (or in his sameone famyl) has a daughter baby.she peer sent his parents Rasputin in the basket of wine (under his bottles) They were taking her and Bulgaria were to give a Turkish family (religions Bektashi ( (she did not do, join rutiels lifetime .the turkish family grove day she maried and her husband and their 6 sun,2 douther migration turkey and she died in turkey. she reaplayed again and again "I am gallers princess"all her lifelong I bless you

katarina (Wednesday, November 3, 2010 11:47)

I'm writing a book about Romanov's family members. Please ....maybe somebody have any information and can help me

cgh (Thursday, November 18, 2010 04:06)

romanovs have got a noble girl baby.they sent the baby to rasputins relatives in the wine basket (under the botles) They were take her bulgaria and they were give her a turkish family(bektashi religions(she did not make,join rutiels all her lifelong)).the turkish family grove day she maried and her husband and their 6 suns,2 douthers went in turkey 1953 and she died in turkey. she said again and again I am gallers princessall her lifelong. may be feodravna or may be one members of the OTMA was mother of the baby who can belive but god knows I bless you

Robert Romanov (Wednesday, December 29, 2010 23:41)

Hello. I'm also a Romanov, since I'm a descendant of one of the cousins of tsar Nikolay 1. I don't remember his name, but after what I've been told he married a serbian countesse (this was about 150 years ago), and settled down in the serbian part of the then Ottoman Empire. My father descendt from that couple, but when Jugoslavia became a communist republic after WW2, the name Romanov was not used anymore. My father married a Norwegian girl and I am their son. In the 90's, when Jugoslavia no longer existed and the communist regime was over, many from my family took back the name Romanov, including me. So thus am I a Romanov today.

Jackie (Thursday, March 31, 2011 04:39)

I was told I am a direct descendant of Nicholas the second, who was my great grandfather. Anastasia was my great grandmother. I am willing to get DNA testing asap. However I live in Canada & am having a hard time seeking help on this matter.

Alexandra(: (Sunday, April 10, 2011 00:34)

Hi , i this is not giving me answer that i want and from what i hear that Nicholas II was "DOING" every workers(Females) that worked for him &nd he had treated the poor people wrong. And that his Soilders turned against them . im not trying to sound rude or anything im just saying what i heard &nd read . i just want to know the truth to all this . &nd if you know anything please message me P.s. does anyone know how to look up there family tree or great great grandparents or however you Call it Please &nd Thank You (:

Benjamin mason (Tuesday, April 26, 2011 10:24)

There were only two Romanov survivors . A German and russian my great grandparents

Beth Griengl (Monday, October 17, 2011 20:13)

Beth I'm trying to find information about Alexander the III, and I have a good idea my son's Grandfather is related to the Romanov's and Alexander the III could be my son's great great grandfather who was a Major General in the Red Star Russian Army. His name Alexander M. Mikhailovich and changed his name to Mayorov ( which means Major). My son's father is very well educated and returned to9t and lives in St. Petersburg.

BETH Griengl (Monday, October 17, 2011 20:27)

I'm trying accurate information about Alexander the III. I have a good Idea my son's Grandfather who was a Major General in the Red Star Russian Army. He went by the name Alexender M. Mikhailovitch and sometimes used a last name Mayorov ( which means Major) My son's father is a University professor and music instructor and lives in St. Petersburg and has lost all contact since 1993.

Beth Griengl (Monday, October 17, 2011 20:28)

Em LONDON (Tuesday, December 19, 2017 20:36)

To sharon and Christine Romanoff Morris My grand father 's family fled to France. He is a Balashov from the Paskevich Branch. Careful with spelling as there is lots of translation in Latin alphabet for one family name ! My grand-father does not have the same than his own sister ! Balachov-Balacheff-Balachev- Balashev- Balashov-Balachoff is the same actually. Did you check your family armories ??

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