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Anastasia Ivanovna (no later than 1353 – no earlier than 1371) – daughter of the Ryazan prince Ivan Ivanovich Korotopol († 1343), or Ivan Alexandrovich († 1351), the only known sister of the Ryazan Grand Duke Oleg Ivanovich.BiographyIn the „Sovereign Genealogy" it is written that the father of the Grand Duke Oleg Ivanovich was Prince Ivan Ivanovich Korotopol, killed (1343) according to the records of the chronicler: "…. It is not known where, by whom and when". But the historian D.I. Ilovaisky, working on the letters of gratitude, drew attention to an interesting detail that the Grand Duke Oleg Ivanovich himself calls his father not Ivan Ivanovich Korotopol, but Ivan Alexandrovich († until June 22, 1353, when for the first time Oleg Ivanovich is called the Grand Duke of Ryazan in his childhood) … The letter of gratitude from Grand Duke Oleg Ivanovich to the Olgov Monastery begins with the words: "By the mercy of God, I am the prayer of my father, the great prince Ivan Alexandrovich, and the blessing of the bishop of Ryazan and Murom, the great prince Oleg Ivanovich …". Princes Korotopol Ivan Ivanovich and Ivan Alexandrovich belong to the same branch – the Rurikovichs, were the great Ryazan and Pronsk princes and were cousins. Grand Duke Oleg Ivanovich ascends the throne at 12/14 years old and the years of reign (1353 – 1402) of Grand Duke Oleg Ivanovich became the years of the highest rise, prosperity and glory of the Great Ryazan-Murom principality, for all four centuries of its independent existence.Princess Anastasia Ivanovna (Rurikovich) is the younger sister of Prince Oleg Ivanovich. Having been married in (1372) (not younger than 19 years old) by her brother, the Grand Duke of Ryazan, Oleg Ivanovich, for the Horde Murza of Salakhmir, she brought her husband as a dowry: Venev, Rostovets, Verkhderev, Mikhailov fields, Verkosha. Salakhmir was awarded the title of the Ryazan Boyar. These references are available in the list of the Apraksins’ genealogy: "In the summer of 6879 (1371) year in the days of the Grand Duke of Moscow Dmitry Ivanovich Donskoy in the Rezan principality of the Grand Duke Olga Ivanovich Rezansky left the for Rezan, his husband is honest by the name of Solokhmir Miroslavovich and the Grand Duke Olg Ivanovich Rezansky, having received him with honor, baptized him into the Orthodox faith and in baptism he was given the name Io Leaving Evo Solokhmir, he was a great prince on leaving her husband’s side, and gave his sister, his own great duchess Nastasia Ivanovna, for him …. ". Based on the historical research of the archive manager D.V. Tsvetaev and academician A.I. Sobolevsky, the oldest document of the Moscow archive of the Ministry of Justice: "Certificate of Merit from Oleg Ryazansky"And published work (1913), historians-researchers argue that this letter of gratitude to the Olga Monastery was started (1371) and finished by the second scribe (1372). In this letter, John Miroslavovich is mentioned by the son-in-law of the Grand Duke Oleg Ivanovich in the text (1372), which indicates the year of the wedding (1372). This confidence is based on a copy of a historical document: This granted, privileged and non-conviction letter of the Ryazan Grand Duke Oleg Ivanovich to the hegumen of the Solotchinsky monastery Theodore on the village of Fedorkovo in the Ryazan principality, where there is a mention: List with a list of authentic letters word for word… „Yaz, the great prince Olg Ivanovich, having talked with his son-in-law with Yvan Miroslavovich, brought the holy Mother of God to Solotsha to hegumen Fyodor Fedorkovo settlement … "… Modern criminologists conducted a study (1954) of the handwriting of this letter and later carried out an examination of the handwriting using the latest technology of that time (1963). Both confirmed the conclusion of D.V. Tsvetaev and academician A.I. Sobolevsky. Based on this fact, it can be argued that the baptism ceremony of the Murza of Salakhmir was carried out (1372) before his wedding. Accept the Orthodox faith, a prerequisite for Russian princes to consent to marriage, and can be found in many historical documents. Historians studying genealogy asked the question: Was Grigory Ivanovich the only son? A historical work was prepared: "The Kryukov family „, originating from the Murza Salakhmir (1915). The pedigree was compiled by the historian A.F. Shidlovsky and sent for corrections to the historian, honorary member of the Moscow Historical and Genealogical Society V.I. Chernopyatov, who for many years was engaged in the genealogy of noble families, with a request to supplement the work and correct it according to the documents of the Tula archive. Based on the historical work "The Kryukov family „ published in a book in Moscow (1915), which describes 18 tribes of the clan (for 350 years) with biographical data, and also provides information about the Kryukovs who were not included in the list, V.I. Chernopyatov claims that John Miroslavovich and Anastasia Ivanovna had three sons: Ivan Ivanovich, Grigory Ivanovich (Salakhmirov) and Mikhail Ivanovich.DescendantsAccording to genealogies, the Ryazan boyars Ioann Miroslavovich and Anastasia Ivanovna know only one son (according to D.I.Ilovaisky):Grigory Ivanovich Salkhomirov – Ryazan boyar. Ivan Fedorovich, the Grand Duke of Ryazan, calls him an uncle. There is no data about the wife of Grigory Ivanovich, but based on a historical document (1430 – 1440) „The granted, privileged and non-conviction letter of the Pronsky prince Fyodor Ivanovich to his uncle Grigory Ivanovich on the land along the Kishna river under the Chizhevsky forest in the Pronsky principality„where Prince FI Pronsky calls John Miroslavovich an uncle, it can be argued that his wife is Princess Pronskaya.4 sons are known from marriage (grandchildren of the boyar, Princess Anastasia Ivanovna):Mikhail Grigorievich Abutalo (Abutaylo) – boyar of Ryazan, the ruler of Venev and Rostovts, the ancestor of the Kryukovs and the extinct family of the Shishkins (?).Grigory Grigorievich – boyar of Ryazan, ruler of Verderev, founder of the Verderevskys; Koncheya – boyar of Ryazan, ruler of the Mikhailov field and camp, the founder of the Apraksins, Duvanovs, Rataevs, as well as the extinct surnames: Koncheevs (?), Bazarovs (?) And Porovatykh (?);Konstantin Grigorievich Divny – Ryazan boyar, the founder of the Khanykovs (?).

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