|50||Count||Nicholas Nikitich Demidoff||1773||1828||Baroness||Elisabeth Alexandrovna Stroganoff||1779||1818||The Demidoff family in the late 17 th century and early 18th century made their initial wealth from iron/steel
and weapon production in Russia. They later discovered and worked gold, silver and copper mines further adding to their inherited wealth. Their wealth in the late 18th and early 19th centuries was great possibly only exceeded
by that of the Tsar of Russia.
. Another article on the origination of the Demidoff family.
The mausoleum of Elisabeth Alexandrovna Stroganoff and the strange rumour that anyone who would spend a year locked in the mausoleum would receive a vast sum of money.
|50.1||Count||Paul Nikolaievich Demidoff||1798||1840||Baroness||Aurora Stjernwall||1808||1902||Ten interesting facts about Aurora Stjernwall.|
|50.11||Prince||Paul Pavlovitch Demidoff (2nd Prince de San Donato)||1839||1885||Princess||Marie Elimovna Mestcherski||1844||1868||Paul Pavlovitch succeeded his uncle Anatole
Demidoff as Prince de San Donato.
Marie Elimovna was the first love of the future Emperor Alexander III of Russia prior to his subsequent marriage to Princess Dagmar of Denmark.
A very brief report on the marriage of Paul and Marie Elimovna (is on page 7).
Marie Elimovna died two days after the birth of her son Elim Pavlovich
Prince Paul Demidoff loses a million francs at a game of cards
|50.11||Prince||Paul Pavlovitch Demidoff (2nd Prince de San Donato)||1839||1885||Princess||Helene Petrovna Troubetzkoi||1853||1917|
|50.111||Prince||Elim Pavlovich Demidoff (3rd Prince de San Donato)||1868||1943||Countess||Sophie Hilarionovna Worontzov-Dachkov||1870||1953|
|50.112||Prince||Nikita Pavlovich Demidoff de San Donato||1872||1874|
|50.113||Princess||Aurore Pavlovna Demidoff de San Donato||1873||1904||Prince||Arsen of Serbia||1859||1938||See 7.J|
|50.113||Princess||Aurore Pavlovna Demidoff de San Donato||1873||1904||Conte Palatin||Nicola di Noghera||1875||1944|
|50.1131||Contessa Palatine||Helene Aurore Noghera||1898||1967||Gaston Tissot||1891||1945|
|50.11311||Humbert Tissot||1921||2008||Marguerite Mendes Teske||1928||1992||Obituary notice for Humbert Tissot|
|50.113111||Fernand (Fred) Tissot||1955|
|50.113112||Alexandre Tissot Demidoff||1956||Catherine Ann Menne||1959|
|50.1131121||Simone Marie Tissot Demidoff||1987|
|50.1131122||Peter Alexandre Tissot Demidoff||1990|
|50.113113||Marie "Christine" Tissot||1960|
|50.1131131||Nicolle Danielle Tissot||1991|
|50.114||Prince||Anatole Pavlovitch Demidoff (4th Prince de San Donato)||1874||1941||Eugenie Podmener||1871||1958|
|50.1141||Princess||Helene Anatolievna Demidoff de San Donato||1901||1970||Paul René Geoffroy||1903||1991|
|50.1142||Princess||Eugenie Anatolievna Demidoff de San Donato||1902||1955||Jean Gerber||1905||1981|
|50.1143||Princess||Aurore Anatolievna Demidoff de San Donato||1909||1944||Jean Giraud||1912||1962|
|50.115||Princess||Maria Pavlovna Demidoff de San Donato||1877||1955||Prince||Semen Semenovich Abamelik-Lazarev||1857||1916|
|50.116||Prince||Paul Pavlovitch Demidoff de San Donato||1879||1909|
|50.117||Princess||Helene Pavlovna Demidoff de San Donato||1884||1959||Count||Alexandre Pavlovich Schouvaloff||1881||1935||Death Registration of
Grave plot of Alexandre Schouvaloff
|50.117||Pavlovna||Helene Pavlovna Demidoff de San Donato||1884||1959||Nikolai Alexeievich Pavlov||1866||1934|
|50.1171||Count||Paul Alexandrovitch Schouvaloff||1903||1960||Anna Ivanovna Raevsky||1903||1991||Marriage Registration of
Paul Alexandrovitch and
Paul Alexandrovitch Schouvaloff went under the name of Paul Sheriff and he became a stage designer. He won an Oscar in 1953 for art director of the film Moulin Rouge.
Death Registration of Paul Alexandrovitch Schouvaloff
Death Registration of Anna Schouvaloff (née Raevsky)
Grave plot of Paul Schouvaloff
Grave plot of Anna Schouvaloff
|50.11711||Count||Alexander Pavlovitch Schouvaloff||1934||2012||Gillian Baker||1935||Birth Registration of
Alexander Pavlovitch Schouvaloff
Birth Registration of Gillian Baker
|50.11711||Count||Alexander Pavlovitch Schouvaloff||1934||2012||Daria Raoulovna Chorley (née de Mérindol)||1932||Marriage Registration of
Obituary on Count Alexander Schouvaloff, plus a second one .
|50.117111||Count||Alexander Schouvaloff||1959||Anna Yuriovna Marouchin||1972|
|50.11712||Countess||Helen Schouvaloff||1904||1992||Prince||Peter Alexandrovich Lieven||1887||1943|
|50.11712||Countess||Helen Schouvaloff||1904||1992||Wilfrid Noel Stubbs||1911||1995||Marriage Registration of
Helen Schouvaloff and
William Stubbs was born in Egypt.
Death Registration of Wilfrid Stubbs
Gravestone of Helen Schouvaloff and Wilfrid Stubbs
|50.117121||Paul Stubbs||1940||Birth Registration of Paul Stubbs|
|50.2||Prince||Anatole Demidoff (1st Prince de San Donato)||1813||1870||Princess||Mathilde Laetitia Bonaparte||1820||1904||See
22.122 - Anatole was conferred with the title "Prince of San Donato" by Grand Duke Leopold II of
Tuscany in 1840 just weeks before his marriage to Mathilde Laetitia. Anatole physically and mentally abused his wife, even insulting her and hitting
her in public. The abuse became so intolerable that in 1847 Tsar Nicholas I ordered him out of the family home and mandated that the he pay Mathilde
Laetitia a considerable living allowance.
Anatole incurred the wrath of the Tsar when it became known the any children of Anatole and Mathilde Laetitia were to brought up in the Roman Catholic faith.
An interesting account of the monetary terms discussions between Anatole and Mathilde Laetitia regarding a divorce.
Anatole is reported to have bought the famous Sancy Diamond which had passed through various royal families and nobles until it was sold in 1978 to the French Louvre for $1 million by the 4th Viscount Astor. However a newspaper article in 1863 reported it was Anatole's nephew Paul Pavlovitch Demidoff who owned the diamond.
A report on the death of Mathilde