The First World War, 1914–1918

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Found 2 records.

No.SurnameOther namesProvince, Uezd, VolostVolost/Place
1. Крамаренко, Никол. Сем. Крамаренко Никол. Сем. Саратовская губ., Аткарский у. (not specified)
Military rank: Гренадёр
Religion: Православное
Marital status: Холост
Event: Ранен
Event date: 06.02.-07.03.1915
Source: “Именной список №453 убитым, раненым и без вести пропавшим нижним чинам.”, pg.7246
Record ID: 703053
2. Крамаренко, Петр Максимович Крамаренко Петр Максимович Саратовская губ. (not specified)
Military rank: Рядовой
Religion: Православное
Marital status: Холост
Event: В плену
Event date: 22 янв.1915
Source: “Именной список №910 убитым, раненым и без вести пропавшим нижним чинам.”, pg.14558
Record ID: 709535

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