Vladimir Ivanovich Kablukov ( 1781 - 1848 ) - Lieutenant-General , Actual Privy Councilor , participant in the Napoleonic wars .
|Vladimir Ivanovich Kablukov 2nd|
Portrait by George Dow
|Date of Birth||October 5, 1781|
|Date of death||February 19, 1848 (66 years)|
|Type of army||Cavalry|
|Years of service||1802 - 1843|
|Commanded||Life-Kirasirsk. Her Majesty P. (1821–28?)|
|Battles / Wars||Patriotic War of 1812|
|Awards and prizes|
Vladimir Kablukov was born on October 5, 1781 in a noble family .
He joined the Preobrazhensky Life Guard Regiment as a non-commissioned officer in 1791, and in 1798 he was promoted to lieutenant. In 1802, he became a lieutenant in the Cavalry Guard Polks, with whom he participated in many battles of the wars of the third and fourth coalitions; was injured  . On September 6, 1810, Kablukov for valor was encouraged by the Colonel's epaulettes.
After the start of the invasion of Napoleon’s army in Russia, Kablukov and his regiment took part in a number of key battles of the Patriotic War of 1812 ( the Battle of Borodino and the Battle of Red , etc.).
After the expulsion of Napoleon from the limits of the Russian Empire, he took part in the foreign campaign of the Russian army . September 15, 1813 was awarded the rank of St. George, 4th grade
|For the difference in the battle with the French at Kulm, where he repulsed 4 French guns, he took back 20 Prussian guns and captured 280 prisoners.|
For valor shown in the battle of Fere-Champenoise Kablukov May 10, 1814 was made by the command of a major general .
In 1821 he was appointed commander of her Majesty's Life-Cuirassier Regiment, then the 2nd Brigade of the 1st Cuirassier Division, and in 1828, already in the rank of Lieutenant-General (received by him on August 22, 1826), he took over the 4th the hussar division, with which he participated in Polish events , where, for distinguishing himself in the battle of June 23 at Ponevezhe, he received the Order of St. Anna of 1 degree with a crown  .
In 1830, he was entrusted with the cordoning of Moscow troops during a cholera epidemic  .
After a short leadership over the 4th Light Cavalry Division, on January 7, 1834, he was appointed to the presence in the Governing Senate. In 1843, Kablukov was renamed into real secret advisers  .
Vladimir Ivanovich Kablukov the 2nd died on February 19, 1848 and was buried with honors in the Donskoy Monastery of the city of Moscow .
- St.Anna 1st st. with diamonds and a crown,
- Georgy 4th class
- Vladimir 2 nd Art. Bol.Kr .;
- Prussian Red Eagle 2 nd century,
- Austrian Leopold 3rd century,
- Bavarian Military Maximilian Joseph 3rd v.;
- Kulma cross
- insignia "for military dignity" 2 nd century.,
- distinction "for XXX years of immaculate service"
- golden sword "for courage"
He is married to Countess Tatiana Petrovna Zavadovskaya (1802–1884), daughter of Count Peter Vasilyevich and Countess of Vera Nikolaevna Apraksina (one of the first beauties of her time). The marriage did not differ loyalty. A. Ya. Bulgakov informed his brother in August 1818: “The handsome Kablukov, who married the Countess Zavadovskaya in Moscow, will be convicted for his relationship with Putyatina. Zakrevsky said that he could not escape the soldiers, because he dared to testify in the name of the Sovereign that this is not Putiatina, but the girl Demidova. Good falcon! "  The couple had children:
- Vera (1819–1879) - since 1840, the spouse of Prince Alexander Sergeevich Golitsyn ;
- Olympia (1822-1904) - the spouse of Prince Anatoly Ivanovich Baryatinsky ;
- Cleopatra (1828–1901) - in marriage Messing;
- Alexander , died as a baby.
- S. N. P. Kablukov, Vladimir Ivanovich // Russian Biographical Dictionary : in 25 volumes. - SPb. - M. , 1896-1918.
- State Hermitage. Western European painting. Catalog / ed. V. F. Levinson-Lessing; ed. A. E. Krol , K. M. Semenova. - 2nd edition, revised and enlarged. - L .: Art, 1981. - T. 2. - p. 257, cat .№ 8120. - 360 p.
- Russian archive for the year 1900. №9. Page 128
- Dictionary of Russian generals, participants in hostilities against the army of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1812-1815. // Russian archive. History of the Fatherland in the certificates and documents of the XVIII — XX centuries. : Collection. - M .: studio " TRITE " N. Mikhalkov , 1996. - T. VII . - p . 411 . - ISSN 0869-20011 . (Comm. A. A. Podmaso )
- Kablukov Vladimir Ivanovich . The appeal date is August 13, 2013. Archived August 19, 2013.