Mehvo Kundozerov, 1860–1922 (aged 62 years)
|Birth of a brother||Mihail Kundozerov|
about 1861 (aged 1 year)
|Birth of a brother||Areffa Kundozerov|
about 1862 (aged 2 years)
|Birth of a daughter||Stepanie Kundozerov|
March 1898 (aged 38 years)
|Marriage||Jevdokia Zaikov — View this family|
April 15, 1898 (aged 38 years)
|Birth of a son||Levontie Kundozerov|
July 18, 1900 (aged 40 years)
|Birth of a daughter||Okahvie Kundozerov|
January 2, 1905 (aged 45 years)
|Birth of a son||Lazarus Kundozerov|
April 14, 1907 (aged 47 years)
Source: Petroskoi Archives
Note: Recorded here is the date in the Archives. This differs from the date known in Finland (20th Mar 1906) which he gave when he entered Finland. Also, the Archive date is in the old Russian calendar.
|Birth of a daughter||Hekla Kundozerov|
June 17, 1909 (aged 49 years)
|Birth of a son||Vasilei Kundozerov|
February 11, 1912 (aged 52 years)
13th Fleet Imperial Navy Russia
|Birth of a daughter||Uljana Kundozerov|
|Death|| January 10, 1922 (aged 62 years)|
Cause of death: Shot by Bolsheviks
2 yearsyounger brother
2 yearsyounger brother
|Marriage||Marriage — April 15, 1898 —|
Mehvo served a number of years in the Navy of the Czar - Able seaman of the 13th Fleet, and travelled to a number of overseas countries. It is thought that he might even have travelled to Liverpool.
The story goes that when he returned to his village after leaving the navy, he had an altercation with his brother about the family farm land. His brother objected to Mehvo wandering back and taking a portion of land that the brother had been maintaining all the years while Mehvo was away.
He moved to the neighboring village, Soukelo, married and raised his family there.
Okafi told Liisa that Mehvo was born 1860. (which agrees with his age of 27 when he was married). His first wife, Jevdokia, had a terrible accident. She fell through the ice into the lake, and the severe cold caused her injury. She lost her sight, and was far less able around the house. It was she who urged Mehvo to take another woman which he did.
It can be seen from the list of children that he had offspring from both - over lapping in time. When he died, the second wife returned to her family.
He had two brothers.
He was deeply into politics, and fought for the Partisans against the Bolsheviks. It was at the village of Ruhva that an ambush was laid and he died.
When he died in 1922, the children lived in different families. (Why didn't the second wife keep the children together?)