Dmitri Dmitrievich Nabokov
(1867 - 1949)

Prince Alexis Nicolaevich Shakhovskoy
(1855 - 1921)

Lidia Eduardovna Falz-Fein
(1870 - 1937)

Princess Anna Leonidovna Knin
(1872 - 1963)


married 2 February 1928(?), Brussels
divorced 1939

Nicolas (Nikolai Dmitrivievich) Nabokov
("Nika")

Princess Natalia (Natalie, Natasha) Alexeevna Shakhovskoy

bd. 4 Apr 1903, Lubcza (Poland, now Belorus)
dd. 6 Apr 1978, New York, buried in Kolbsheim

Composer, cultural adviser to the American military government of Germany (1945-1946), Secretary General of Congress for Cultural Freedom (1951-1967), author of two memoirs: Old Friends and New Music (London 1951) and Bagazh: Reminiscences of a Russian Cosmopolitan (London 1975); this one tells much about his family background.

SM 55

SL 61n, 64, 66

tree  #4 Nicolas

bd. 10 Nov 1903, Moscow
dd. 8 Oct 1988, New York

Left Russia in 1919 with her family who spent four years in Constantinople, in 1923 moved on to Nice

 

 

spouses: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

 


Children:

Natalia Nabokov
Ivan Nikolaevich Nabokov


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