Peter Nazarievich Gussakoevsky ( 1847 - January-February 1920) - jurist , senator , real secret adviser.
|Peter Nazarevich Gussakovsky|
|Education||Faculty of Law, University of St. Vladimir|
From the nobles.
In 1868 he graduated from the Law Faculty of the University of St. Vladimir with a degree of candidate rights.
On October 29, 1869, he began serving as a candidate for judicial positions at the prosecutor of the Odessa District Court, and then successively held the following positions: secretary at the prosecutor of the Chisinau District Court, a judicial investigator of the same court and a friend of the prosecutor seconded to perform these duties in the district of Odessa Regional Court. Having been in his last position for more than five years, he temporarily left the service due to domestic circumstances, reckoned with the Ministry of Justice and settled on his wife’s estate in the Yekaterinoslav province , where he took an active part in local public life, as an honorary justice of the peace and vowel of the Verkhnedneprovsky district zemstvo assembly .
In 1885, he was appointed an official at the chief prosecutor’s table in the 1st department of the Governing Senate and first served as chief secretary of the same department, and then was seconded to study in the legislative department of the Ministry of Justice. In 1891, he was appointed to the post of assistant prosecutor of the 2nd Department of the Senate and remained in this position until 1898, when he was appointed senior legal adviser to the Ministry of Justice, and soon a member of the consultation at the Ministry of Justice established. During his service, he took part in the work of various commissions, including: on the construction of the Black Sea coast, on the construction of the Kwantung Peninsula , on the revision of judicial charters and many others. Moreover, in 1900, as a delegate from the Ministry of Justice, he participated in the III International Conference in The Hague on private international law.
January 31, 1901 appointed to attend the Civil Cassation Department of the Senate, with the production of privy councilors . Along with the duties of the senator, since 1907, he was, at the Highest Command, a member of the Special Meeting to resolve claims arising from the circumstances of the Russo-Japanese War for treasury not provided for by applicable law, and in 1908 he was appointed a member of the Special Presence of the State Council for preliminary consideration of the most complaints about Senate rulings. In 1902, at the Highest Command, he composed the “History of the Ministry of Justice from 1802 to 1902”.
In addition to the service, he posted a number of articles on various branches of law in the Journal of the Ministry of Justice , including: “Inheritance law on the draft Civil Code”, “Third Hague Conference on Private International Law”, “Draft New Regulation on Peasants”, “ The right to the bowels of the earth ”and others. Finally, in 1909, under his editorship, two reference editions “Civil Laws” and “Charter of Civil Procedure” were published with explanations on the decisions of the Civil Cassation Department and its general meetings with other departments of the Senate.
In 1916-1917 he corrected the position of Chief Prosecutor of the Senate Civil Cassation Department. On January 1, 1917, he was granted the position of Actual Privy Councilor . After the February Revolution , he went to Kiev with his family. After the Red Army began to enter on December 15, 1919, Pyotr Nazarievich with his wife, daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter Elena Vladimirovna Stavrovskaya (1901-1995) took a train to Odessa, where they had a summer residence. The grandson of Peter Nazarievich is Boris Vladimirovich Stavrovsky (1898-1960), being a graduate of the Page Corps of 1917 and an officer of the L.- Guards. Semenovsky regiment was evacuated from Kiev in the car of the organization "Red Cross" and taken to England, from where, in the fall of 1919, he joined the White Movement with the rank of lieutenant in the 1st Jaeger battalion of the headquarters of the 2nd Army. Member of the Siberian Ice Camp, in 1920 was at the headquarters of the 1st combined rifle division gene. Krugelsky. In exile, to Dec. 1926 in Tonkin, 1928-1938 in Seoul (Korea). Member of the regimental association. By 1941, a member of the Officers' Assembly in Shanghai, by Feb. 1954 in California (USA). Mind. 1960 year
The territory along which the train ran continuously passed from hand to hand of the warring parties, which significantly complicated the movement. The entire journey from Kiev to Odessa was almost two months. On one of the days of this trip, during a raid on the train of another gang, Pyotr Nazaryevich could not stand his heart and he died in early 1920. A coffin was made in haste from the door of the car, and the former Senator was buried in a clean field, near the railway embankment.
He was married to noblewoman Elena Pavlovna Savenko. Children: son Alexei, was married to Camille Parisot de la Vallet, daughter Sofia (b. 1875-1944), married to Vladimir Dmitrievich Stavrovsky (1869-1943) (from hereditary noblemen of the Ekaterinoslav province), worked as an investigator for particularly important affairs, led the case "On the death of G. Rasputin."
- Order of St. Stanislav 1st Art. (1898);
- The highest favor (1899);
- Order of St. Anne 1st Art. (1901);
- Order of St. Vladimir , 2nd art. (1906);
- Order of the White Eagle (1911);
- Order of St. Alexander Nevsky (1914).
- medal “In memory of the reign of Emperor Alexander III”
- medal “In memory of the 300th anniversary of the reign of the Romanov dynasty”
- Sign "in memory of the 200th anniversary of the Governing Senate"
- Ministry of Justice for a hundred years. 1802-1902. Historical background. - St. Petersburg, 1902.
- Compensation for harm caused by unlawful acts. - St. Petersburg, 1912.
- Responsibility for non-performance of contracts. - St. Petersburg, 1913.
- Issues of stock law. - Petrograd, 1915.
- Contracts between absent. - Petrograd, 1916.
- Governing Senate. - St. Petersburg, 1912 .-- S. 28.
- List of civilian ranks of the first three classes. Corrected on September 1, 1914. - PG., 1914 .-- S. 197.
- Murzanov N.A. Dictionary of Russian Senators, 1711-1917 - SPb., 2011 .-- S. 137.