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Hello I am looking for a Family member who was a recipient of Cross of Saint George, His Name is Seraphim Pavlovich.

Below is all the information I know about him.  Any information on him or places to look would be greatly appreciated. 

 Seraphim Pavlovich  was in the white army, twice decorated war hero, bearing the Cross of Saint George, the highest decoration for courage! He was in Admiral Kolchak's unit. He survived Sachsenhausen after his arrest during WWII.  

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13 hours ago, Tate said:

Hello I am looking for a Family member who was a recipient of Cross of Saint George, His Name is Seraphim Pavlovich.

Below is all the information I know about him.  Any information on him or places to look would be greatly appreciated. 

 Seraphim Pavlovich  was in the white army, twice decorated war hero, bearing the Cross of Saint George, the highest decoration for courage! He was in Admiral Kolchak's unit. He survived Sachsenhausen after his arrest during WWII.  

Hello!

Was "Pavlovich" his surname or middle-name?

I suspect the person of interest is Seraphim Pavlovich Rozhdestvensky (1903 - 1992). If this is the case, there is a ton of information on him on the net. On the photo he is in the center in black suite next to the priest.

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Hello.
This is a great topic.
I was wandering if there is any info on how many women have received the Cross?
I know about the Nadezhda Andreyevna Durova (Наде́жда Андре́евна Ду́рова). But does anybody know how many women in total? Where could I get that info?
Thanks so much.
Nick

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