The First World War, 1914–1918

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Found 2 records.

No.SurnameOther namesProvince, Uezd, VolostVolost/Place
1. Вилков, Алексей Вилков Алексей Пензенская губ., Керенский у. (not specified)
Military rank: Рядовой
Religion: Православное
Marital status: (не указано)
Event: Убит
Event date: 16 ноя.1914
Source: “Именной список №207 убитым, раненым и без вести пропавшим нижним чинам.”, pg.3305
Record ID: 521253
2. Вилков, Григорий Вилков Григорий Пензенская губ., Краснослободский у. (not specified)
Military rank: Рядовой
Religion: Православное
Marital status: Женат
Event: Ранен
Event date: 28 сен.1914
Source: “Именной список №292 убитым, раненым и без вести пропавшим нижним чинам.”, pg.4671
Record ID: 521254

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