Buturlins - Russian count and noble family . The genus is included in the Velvet Book  .
|Coat of arms description:|
|Volume and sheet of the Common Stamp||II, 29|
|Part of the genealogy book||VI|
|Grand Duchy of Moscow|
|Kingdom of Russia|
|Estates||Belkino , Marinka ,|
Genesis and history
The Buturlin’s ancestor is Radsha  , who, according to the pedigree legend, arrived from Germany in Novgorod at the end of the 12th century  .
His great-grandson, Gabriel Oleksich , became famous in the Battle of Neva (1240) and was a boyar under the Grand Duke Alexander Nevsky . Akinfy Gavrilovich , a Pereyaslavl boyar, who later transferred to the service of the Tver Grand Duke and was killed in the battle of Pereyaslavl, was indicated by his son in some pedigrees. Buturlins went from his great-grandson, Ivan Andreevich, nicknamed Buturl, who had two sons - Ivan and Yuri.
The grandson of the first of them, Dmitry Grigoryevich Krivoy, was governor on various campaigns under the Grand Duke Vasily Ivanovich. The other two grandchildren, Fedor and Ivan Nikitichi, were boyars; the third, Andrei Nikitich , who had 6 sons, two of whom died in the 1570s with the rank of deceased , and the third - the nobleman, was a deceased.
Of his grandchildren, Ivan Mikhailovich is especially known. His youngest son, Vasily Ivanovich, Novgorod governor (1611), a famous figure during the interregnum and an associate of Prince D. M. Pozharsky  .
Great-grandson of Dmitry Gavrilovich Krivoy, Vasily Nikitich, captured by the Swedes in 1614, entered the Swedish service, was the governor of Gdov, acquired the rank of colonel and, at the behest of Queen Christina, was included in the Swedish noble book under the name Wasilius Butterlin.
Efim Varfolomeevich Buturlin , a Moscow nobleman and voivode, was killed in 1607 in Stary Oskol by order of Lzhepetr .
Nikon Fedorovich Buturlin, defender of the Simonov monastery from the Poles, adopted a schema under the name of Isaiah and died in the Simonov monastery in 1634.
Timofei Fedorovich Buturlin “Voronenok” (? - 1651 ) served as governor in Yablonov, Mtsensk , Belgorod and Astrakhan.
Fyodor Vasilyevich Klepikov-Buturlin (d. 1673 ) - a prisoner , governor in Livny , Toropets , Mtsensk , Odoev , Krapivna, Yablonov, Putivl, Venev and others, a participant in three wars with the Commonwealth. His son Ivan Fyodorovich (d. 1688 ), a Moscow nobleman, okolnichny and governor .
Two sons of Vasily Vasilievich Buturlin, Ivan and Boris Vasilievich, were boyars. Ivan Ivanovich Buturlin , see. The son of the guard of the captain killed in the battle of Lesnoy, Boris Ivanovich, Alexander Borisovich was elevated by the Empress Elizabeth Petrovna , February 17, 1760, in the count of the Russian Empire dignity.
His son, Peter Alexandrovich (1734-1789), rose to the rank of Privy Councilor, and his grandson, Dmitry Petrovich (1763-1829), was a well-known collector. He created one of the best libraries in Europe, more than 40 thousand volumes.
The grandson of the aforementioned boyar Vasily Vasilievich, Pyotr Ivanovich (died 1723) was a boyar and under Peter I the “prince-papa”, a clownish second wedding of which with Anna Yeremeyevna Zotova, nee Pashkova, took place in 1721 and was recorded in detail with Bergolts.
Descendants of the 17th century boyar, Ivan Sampsonovich, brothers Mikhail Petrovich (1786-1860), lieutenant general, governor of Nizhny Novgorod; Alexey Petrovich (1802-1863), lieutenant general, Yaroslavl governor and senator; Pyotr Petrovich (1800-1876), Actual Privy Councilor; and Nikolai Nikolaevich (1838-1894), lieutenant general.
The genus of the Buturlin nobles was recorded in the VI part of the genealogical books of the provinces: Vladimir , Nizhny Novgorod , Yaroslavl , Minsk and Moscow  .
News of the Russian nobles
Buturlins. We left the German. The departer was called Radsha. One of his descendants is Ivan Buturly. Their pedigree was painted under No. 119. From them came: Zhulebins, Zamytsky , Pushkins , Sviblovs, Sliznevy, Tovarkovs, Chebotovs, Chelyadins  .
The genus is recorded in the Velvet book. When submitting documents for the inclusion of the clan in Sovereign, a family member, the following documents were provided from the family archive:
- 1682 March 17 - The Buturlin family tree painted by Vasily Buturlin  ;
- 1682 April 08 - The Buturlin family tree, presented by Ivan Buturlin   .
Coat of arms description
Coat of arms of the Earl of Buturlin family
The shield is divided into four equal parts and has a small golden shield in the middle, in which there is a blue single-headed eagle with spread wings with a golden crown on its head and holding a sword and power in its paws. In the first and fourth parts of the shield, in a golden field, half of the black crowned single-headed eagle with an open wing is depicted. In the third part, in the ermine field, a princely hat. In the fourth part, in a blue field, a hand , dressed in gold armor , holding a sword, with its pointed tip pointed up. An ordinary for the counts crown is imposed on the shield, on which there are three golden holes and red lined helmets with glens belonging to the genus, of which the middle one is decorated with a crown, on the surface of which appears a black two-headed eagle in a golden crown with outstretched wings. On two extreme helmets, two right arms in armor are visible, holding naked, raised up, swords. Because of the shield, instead of the usual one around the decoration, two banners appearing, white and yellow, are lowered to half to the bottom. Shield holders - two Hungarians or a Slav in their usual attire: in a red hat, trimmed with fur , in a blue caftan floor, with gold loops embroidered on both sides and belted with a gold belt on which sabers are hung. Fur coats on them of marten fur, scarlet bottom dress and yellow Hungarian boots . In their hands they hold an old Slavic coinage with a black hilt. [ten]
The count coat of arms of the Buturlins was drawn up earlier by the nobility. It was intended for a letter of appreciation for the count dignity of Field Marshal Alexander Borisovich Buturlin and was drawn up in 1760 or 1761. Iconographically and semantically, he went back to the earlier coat of arms of Counts Musinykh-Pushkin. The title letter gave a detailed explanation of the symbolism of the emblems of the Buturlin emblem. The princely crown was used "in memory of the fact that the ancestors of the Buturlin family, who had left for Russia from their own country, Slavic lands, fought against the infidels under the victorious banner of Grand Duke Saint Alexander Nevsky." that is, they symbolized the military merits of the clan. An armed hand pointed to the coat of arms of the Hungarian kingdom, "like the coat of arms of the conquered kingdom of Slavonia incident". The sovereign sword, power and eagle were treated as the family coat of arms of the Buturlin  .
Coat of arms of the Buturlin noble family
The shield is divided into four parts. In the first part, a princely cap is depicted in an ermine field. In the second part, in a blue field, a hand clad in golden armor with a sword raised up. In the third part, in a golden field, there is a blue eagle with a crown on its head and outstretched wings, holding a sword in its right paw and a power in the left paw. In the fourth part, in a silver field, a bird is standing on the green grass, with a golden ring in its beak. The shield is crowned with an ordinary noble helmet with a noble crown on it and three ostrich feathers. Bast on the shield of blue and red, lined with gold. Shield holders - two Hungarians or a Slav in their usual attire: in a red hat, trimmed with fur , in a blue caftan floor, with gold loops embroidered on both sides and belted with a gold belt on which sabers are hung. Fur coats on them of marten fur, scarlet bottom dress and yellow Hungarian boots . In their hands they hold an old Slavic coinage with a black hilt. 
The noble emblem of the Buturlins ascended to the count, although it differed from it in color, the location of the emblems and the field with a bird holding a ring in its beak, the meaning of which is not clear. In addition to the version put forward by S. N. Troitsky, this emblem can be brought closer to the Buturlin's “family tamga” mentioned by V. N. Tatishchev — the nightingale  .
On a porcelain plate. made in Saxony, there is an image of the combined noble coat of arms of the Buturlins (it is turned upside down) and counts of Bobrinsky. The image of the united coat of arms was the result of the marriage of Lieutenant General Dmitry Sergeyevich Buturlin (1850-1920) and Countess Lyudmila Pavlovna Bobrinskaya (1856-1911) concluded on October 31, 1876  . [eleven]
Coat of arms of the Buturlins in the Arms of A.T. Knyazev 1785
The coat of arms of Anisim Titovich Knyazev has a coat of arms on the seal of Andrei Sergeevich Buturlin (1730-1794, lieutenant), which differs from that approved by the OGDR. This coat of arms depicts a princely mantle with a silver oval shield-field on it. The shield shows a green bird with a yellow crown on its head. This bird sits on a half-broken brown wheel, which stands on a blue mountain. The mantle with a shield is crowned with a princely hat.
The figures placed in the first three parts of the official coat of arms of the Buturlins go back to most emblems of other families of the same origin as the Buturlins, that is, to the offspring of “the husband who has left Sedmigradsky land” by the name of Radsha. This origin from the Butmurgrad ancestor of the Buturlins can explain their use of the coat of arms described above - this is the coat of arms of the Sedmigrad genus Rakoczy: in a blue field on a triple green hill there is a black broken wheel on which a white kite with a golden crown on its head sits  .
Famous representatives of the Buturlin clan
- count kind
- Count Buturlin, Alexander Borisovich (1694-1767) - Russian military leader.
- Count Buturlin, Dmitry Petrovich (1763-1829) - Privy Councilor, Senator, Director of the Hermitage.
- Count Buturlin, Mikhail Dmitrievich (1807-1876) - historian.
- Count Buturlin, Peter Dmitrievich (1859-1895) - poet.
- other branches
- Buturlin, Alexey Petrovich (1802-1863) - Governor of the Yaroslavl province, Senator.
- Buturlin, Andrei Vasilievich (? - 1676) - a prisoner and governor.
- Buturlin, Andrei Nikitich (? —1536) - a prisoner and governor in the service of Vasily III and Ivan the Terrible.
- Buturlin, Afanasy Andreevich (? —1571) - a prisoner and governor during the time of Ivan the Terrible.
- Buturlin, Vasily Andreevich (? —1569) - governor of the reign of Ivan the Terrible.
- Buturlin, Vasily Vasilievich (? —1656) - Russian military leader and diplomat.
- Buturlin, Vasily Ivanovich (? - after 1651) - the Tsar’s cup-holder, stolnik and governor in the Time of Troubles.
- Buturlin, Dmitry Andreevich (? —1575) - a deceased and governor in the reign of Ivan the Terrible.
- Buturlin, Dmitry Petrovich (1790-1849) - Russian military historian, major general, senator, chairman of the Buturlin committee
- Buturlin, Emelyan Ivanovich (? -1677) - steward and governor.
- Buturlin, Efim Varfolomeevich (? —1607) - Moscow nobleman and governor.
- Buturlin, Ivan Andreevich (? —1575) - boyar and governor.
- Buturlin, Ivan Vasilievich (? —- 1697) - boyar and governor.
- Buturlin, Ivan Ivanovich (1661-1738) - Russian general.
- Buturlin, Ivan Matveevich (? —1628) - an elected nobleman in Kolomna, governor, member of the First Militia.
- Buturlin, Ivan Mikhailovich (? —1608) - governor.
- Buturlin, Ivan Nikitich (? —1538) - boyar and governor in the service of Ivan III, Vasily III and Ivan IV.
- Buturlin, Ivan Fedorovich (? —1688) - Moscow nobleman, okolnichny and governor.
- Buturlin, Matvey Vasilievich (? —1607) - steward and governor.
- Buturlin, Mikhail Matveevich (? —1648) - Tsar’s captain, okolnichny and governor.
- Buturlin, Mikhail Petrovich (1786-1860) - Governor of the Nizhny Novgorod province.
- Buturlin, Nikolai Alexandrovich (1801-1867) - lieutenant general, member of the Military Council of the Russian Empire.
- Buturlin, Nikolai Nikolaevich (1836–1894) - Lieutenant General, Warsaw Police Chief.
- Buturlin, Roman Dmitrievich (? —1581) - governor.
- Buturlin, Semyon Nikitich (? —- 1544) - governor in the service of Prince Vasily III
- Buturlin, Sergey Alexandrovich (1872-1938) - ornithologist.
- Buturlin, Sergey Petrovich (1803–1873) - infantry general, member of the Military Council of the Russian Empire.
- Buturlin, Sergey Sergeevich (1885-1965) - colonel, participant in the First World War, one of the founders of the Historical and Pedigree Society in Moscow.
- Buturlin, Timofei Fyodorovich (? —1651) - a steward, a prisoner and a governor.
- Buturlin, Fedor Vasilievich (? —1673) - Moscow nobleman, stolnik, okolnichy and governor.
- Buturlin, Fyodor Nikitich (? —1520) - the boyar and governor in the service of Vasily III.
- Buturlin, Foma Afanasevich (? —1602) - a prisoner and governor in the reign of Ivan the Terrible, Fyodor Ioannovich and Boris Godunov.
- N. Novikov. The genealogy book of princes and nobles of Russia and those who traveled (Velvet book). In 2 parts. Part I. Type: University type. 1787 Rod Buturlin family. p. 338-347.
- Lukomsky V.K. Archival materials about the ancestor of the Pushkins - Radsha.
- Buturlins // Military Encyclopedia : [in 18 vol.] / Ed. V.F. Novitsky [et al.]. - SPb. ; [ M. ]: t-va I. D. Sytin , 1911-1915.
- Buturlins // Russian Biographical Dictionary : in 25 volumes. - SPb. - M. , 1896-1918.
- Polovtsov A. A. Russian Biographical Dictionary.
- Buturlins // News of the Russian nobles / Comp. F.I. Miller (1705-1783). - SPb. 1790. [Reprint of the original]. - M .: Book on demand, 2017 .-- S. 383.
- Original: RP-18. Units hr 119.// Pack. Likhachev-119. Contributed to BC.
- Original: RP-18. Units hr 139.// Pack. Likhachev-119. Contributed to BC.
- Buturlins // Pedigrees of the late 17th century / Comp. A.V. Antonov. - M. Ros. state arch. tree acts “Archaeogr. Centre". - Vol. 6. - 1996. - S. 104.
- General Herbarium of the noble families of the All-Russian Empire
- Buturlins // Herbist of Anisim Titovich Knyazev 1785 / Comp. A.T. Knyazev (1722-1798); edition of S. N. Troitsky 1912; Ed., Prep. text afterword O. N. Naumova. - M .: Old Basmannaya, - 2008. - S. 40–41.
- General Herbarium of the noble families of the All-Russian Empire
- Tatishchev V.N. Russian History. T. 1. - M., 1962 .-- S. 370.
- Buturlin A.S. The Moscow branch of the Buturlin family in the 19th — 20th centuries. // Annals of the Historical and Pedigree Society. - 2000. Issue. 6/7. - S. 35-36.
- Buturlins // Stamp of Anisim Titovich Knyazev 1785 / Comp. A.T. Knyazev (1722-1798); edition of S. N. Troitsky 1912; Ed., Prep. text afterword O. N. Naumova. - M .: Old Basmannaya, - 2008 .-- S. 40.
- Buturlins // Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary : in 86 volumes (82 volumes and 4 additional). - SPb. , 1890-1907.
- Genus: Buturlins on the Rodovod
- History of the Ryazan Territory: Buturlins . Date of treatment June 17, 2013. Archived June 17, 2013.
- Samarin N.F. Buturlins and Yushkovs. Notes from the papers of the family archive of N. F. Samarin // Russian Antiquity , 1872. - V. 6. - No. 11. - P. 559-563.
- Dolgorukov P.V. Russian genealogy book . - SPb. : E. Weimar, 1855. - T. 2. - S. 151.
- Buturlins counts and nobles (existing clan)