Rylsky Uyezd is an administrative-territorial unit of the Russian Empire , the Russian Empire and the RSFSR . The county was part of: Belgorod province ( 1727 - 1779 ), Kursk governorship (1779 - 1796 ) and Kursk province (1796 - 1928 ). The county center was the city of Rylsk .
|A country||Russian empire|
|History and Geography|
|Date of formation||XVI century|
|Date of Abolition||1928|
|Square||2,494.0 miles ² (≈2,838.6 km² ) ( 1914 ) |
3,805 km² ( 1,926 ) km²
|Population||164 368 ( 1897 )  |
282,558 (1926)  people
Rylsky district is known as an administrative-territorial unit since the XVI century . The county was the successor to the Rylsky Principality , liquidated by Vasily III in 1523 . The center of the county was the city of Rylsk (known since 1152 ). In the XVI- XVII centuries, Rylsky Uyezd was an independent administrative-territorial unit, managed by the governor or governor  .
Rylsky district was officially abolished in 1708 during the regional reform of Peter I , the city of Rylsk became part of the Kiev province  .
In 1719, the provinces were divided into provinces . The Rylsky district was assigned, assigned to the Sevsky province of the Kiev province.
In 1727, the Belgorod province , consisting of the Belgorod, Orel and Sevsk provinces, was separated from the Kiev province. The districts were renamed to counties . Rylsky district became part of the Sevsky province of the Belgorod province.
In 1779, the Belgorod province was divided into Kursk and Oryol governorates. Rylsky district, whose territory was reduced, became part of the Kursk governorate.
In 1797, the Kursk governorship was transformed into the Kursk province . The counties were enlarged. The territory of the abolished Lgovsky Uyezd was annexed to Rylsky Uyezd .
In 1802, the counties were disaggregated. Lgovsky Uyezd was restored, in addition, part of the territory of Rylsky Uyezd was transferred to the recreated Dmitriyevsky Uyezd . At the same time, parts of the Sudzhansky and Putivl districts were annexed to Rylsky Uyezd, therefore, the total area (compared to 1797 ) changed slightly.
From 1802 to 1918, the borders of the Ryl Uyezd existed without significant changes.
For 21 years, the Rylsky district leader of the nobility was Ivan Vasilyevich (1819–1894), he was also the chairman of the Rylsky district council — a friend of M. N. Katkov at the university, the author of journalistic articles in the Russian Herald  .
During the civil war in 1918 - 1919, the city of Rylsk and the territory of the Ryl Uyezd repeatedly passed from one of the warring parties to another. From August to November 1918, Rylsk was occupied by German troops. In August 1919, the county was captured by the Denikin Volunteer Army , and in November 1919 passed into the hands of the Red Army .
Between 1918 and 1924, the composition and names of volosts and village councils included in the county were repeatedly revised.
According to the decree of the Presidium of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee of May 12, 1924, the territory of Rylsky Uyezd included the territory of Putivl Uyezd, as well as part of Dmitriyevsky Uyezd.
On October 16, 1925, the territory of the former Putivl Uyezd (without the Krupetskaya Volost ) was expelled from the Ryl Uyezd and moved to the Ukrainian SSR .
In 1928 , in connection with the transition from the provincial to the regional, district and district divisions, the Ryl Uyezd was abolished. On the territory of the former Rylsky and Lgovsky districts, the Lgovsky District was formed, which became part of the Central Black Earth Region . The district was divided into 11 districts . Among others, the Rylsky district was created.
The composition of the county ( parish )
- Weekly Demoscope. First General Census of the Russian Empire in 1897. The present population in the provinces, counties, cities of the Russian Empire (excluding Finland) . Date of treatment October 24, 2009. Archived February 19, 2012.
- Weekly Demoscope. The All-Union Census of 1926 of the RSFSR and its regions. Inhabited places. Available urban and rural populations. . Date of treatment October 24, 2009. Archived March 12, 2012.
- Razdorsky, A. I. Foreword // Princes, governors and governors of the Kursk Territory of the 11th-18th centuries . - Kursk: Region-Press, 2004. - 125 p. - ISBN 5-86354-067-2 .
- Decree on the establishment of provinces and on painting cities for them
- [Russian archive. - M., TRITE "Moscow Archive", 1994, p.272]
- Larionov S. I. Description of the Kursk governorate from ancient and new different news about him briefly collected . - Moscow: free printing house of Ponomarev, 1786. - S. 130-135. - 191 p. Archived July 11, 2009 on Wayback Machine
- Kudryavtsev N.V. , Richter D.I. Rylsk // Encyclopedic Dictionary of Brockhaus and Efron : 86 volumes (82 volumes and 4 additional). - SPb. , 1890-1907.
- Proetskiy V.A. Rylsk. Third edition, revised. Voronezh, Center.-Black Earth book. Publishing House, 1977.176 p.
- Rylsk and Rylsky district. Brief historical background
- The history of the Kursk region on the website of the regional administration