Chief Annanii Prokopev

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Chief Annanii Prokopev

Russian: Анани Прокопьев
Birthplace: Aleutian Islands, Attu, Alaska Territory, Russian America
Death: February 07, 1879 (42)
Aleutian Islands, Unalaska, Alaska Department, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Chief Gavriil Platonov Prokop'iev and Anna Vasiliyevna Zaikov
Husband of Anna Prokop'iev (Golodov)
Father of Marfa Prokop'iev; Makhail Prokopev; Feckla McGlashan (Prokopioff); Zinaviia Philimonoff (Prokop'iev); Paraskeva Tcheripanoff and 5 others
Brother of Mikhail Prokop'iev; Mariia Prokop'iev; Mavra Prokop'iev; Nikifor Gavrilyvich Prokop'iev; Vasilii Gavrilyvich Prokop'iev and 2 others
Half brother of Anna Prokopev; Afonasii Prokop'iev; Anastas Gavrilyvich Prokop'iev and Terentii Gavrilyvich Prokop'iev

Occupation: Chief of Attu
Managed by: Byron Jason Whitesides
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About Chief Annanii Prokopev

Family stories document 8 children, consisting of 4 boys and 4 girls. According to the census taken in 1878, he had 3 boys at that time and 4 girls. The sons were listed as Mikhail, Petr, and Alexandre, while the daughters were not listed by names, but rather ages: 18, 12, 9, and 6 years old being the youngest (born circa 1872).

The census seems to be incomplete, as some notable people, such as Nicoli who used the family name Prokopeuff, are not on the list, although they were alive and living on Attu during this time. In addition, through Russian Orthodox Church records of births, I can confirm at least 8 of the 9 children that are currently listed. The only one that can't be verified is Nicoli Prokopeuff.

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Chief Annanii Prokopev's Timeline

September 24, 1836
Attu, Alaska Territory, Russian America
July 1, 1859
Atka, Alaska Territory, Russian America
January 10, 1862
Attu, Alaska Territory, Russian America
May 29, 1864
Attu, Alaska Territory, Russia
June 17, 1865
Attu Island, Alaska Territory, Russia
November 12, 1866
Unalaska, Aleutians West, Alaska Territory, Russia
October 29, 1868
Attu, Aleutians West, Alaska Territory, United States
May 6, 1871
April 4, 1873
Attu, Alaska Territory, United States