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Evgraf Dmytryevich Akimov

Russian: Евграф Дмитриевич Акимов
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Birthplace: Ekaterinoslav, Dnipropetrovs'ka, Ukraine
Death: Akimova, Ukraine
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Son of Dmytry Sergeevich Akimov and Varvara Ivanovna
Husband of Glafira Vasilievna Skrypleva
Father of Константин Евграфович Акимов; Василий Евграфович Акимов; Елена Евграфовна Акимова; Nickolaj Evgrafovich Akimov and Maria Evgrafovna Akimova
Brother of Petr Dmytryevich Akimov; Stepan Dmytryevich Akimov; Ivan Akimov and Ekaterina Dmytryevna Akimov

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About Evgraf Dmytryevich Akimov

Evgraf Dmytryevich Akimov was born 1801. At the age of 12, on March 23, 1813, he enrolled in the army cadets. In October 1817 he was on his first sea voyage from Nikolaev to Sevastopol and back. In 1818, he took part in the maneuvers of the squadron from Nikolaev along the Black Sea to Sevastopol, in order to gain skills in navigation and practice in maritime affairs. In 1819, from April to August he took part in the maneuvers of the squadron from Nikolaev to Sevastopol. On March 3, 1819, he was enrolled as a Midshipmen at the Naval Academy in St. Petersburg. From 1817 to 1819 he served under the command of Captain-Lieutenant Stanyukovich and Captain-Lieutenant Zavodovsky. He was certified for knowledge of maritime affairs with a rating of "good." On February 1, 1833, he was awarded the rank of Captain-Lieutenant.
Per the St. Petersburg archives, it seems he may have caught an illness based on his “vacations” which were recorded as such:
1819 in Bakhmut district in the village of Dmitrovka for four months;
April, 1821 to December, 1821, 9 months
from December 16, 1821 to March 1, 1822 for two and half months
from November 4 to December 1823
In May 1824, he was in the Caucasus Mineral Waters.
During 1820-1822 years, he often remained in service on the shore. In 1821, from April to December, he was treated at the Taganrog Naval Hospital. After a course of treatment, he was sent with a commission to a merchant ship for transportation of the state iron by sea.
During this period, he served under the command of Captain-Lieutenant Sulim, Captain 1st Rank. During maneuvers to Kherson, he served under the command of Lieutenant Ivanov, captain of the 1st rank Maslov. He served on the merchant ship "Verblud" (Russian for “Camel”) under the command of Captain Lieutenant Bakhtin. He received a “good” certification of marine knowledge from these commanders.

He served on the shore during the years 1824-1826. In May 1826, he was assigned the rank of Lieutenant.
On September 11, 1831, by the highest order, he was again hired as a lieutenant in the Danube Flotilla in the 44th naval crew. In the years 1831-1833 he served on a merchant ship, took part in maneuvers of the flotilla from Nikolaev to Ishmael. He received good certification from all the commanders of the ships of the Danube Flotilla. In 1833 he was added to 41st naval crew, and in 1834 he was added to the 32nd naval crew. He took part in military maneuvers of the Danube Flotilla.
He was dismissed from the service in 1834 at age 33 and stayed in Yekaterinoslav province, Bakhmut district in the village of Varavarovka. Officially, he retired early on 24 Apr 1835, Sevastopol', Crimea, Ukraine due to medical issues/domestic reasons.
On August 31, 1833, Captain Yevgraf Akimov, 34 years old, from nobility of the Russian nation, Orthodox religion, married to the daughter of an official 5th grade Vasily Skrypleva, the maiden, Glafira.
They had 5 children; Konstantin, Vasily, Elena, Nicholas, and Maria.
He died young around the age 59. (I believe he died between 1856-1866 based on Maria’s school records. His nephew paid for Maria’s tuition and later it was stated she went home only to her mother.)

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Officer of the Russian Navy

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О Евграфе Дмитриевиче Акимове (русский)

«Общий Морской Список, часть VI» Акимов Евграф Дмитриевич. 1813. Поступил в черноморский корпус кадетом. 1817 марта 23. Произведен в Гардемарины. 1817 и 1818. Оба лета крейсеровал в Черном море. 1819 марта 3. Произведен в мичмана. На корабле «Максим Исповедник» плавал в том же море. 1820. На бриге «Ганимед» плавал между Николаевом и Севастополем. 1821 и 1822. На транспорте «Верблюд» оба лета плавал в Азовском море. 1823. На отряде канонерских лодок плавал между Херсоном и Николаевом. 1824 и 1825. Находился при николаевском порте. 1831 сентября 11. Вновь поступил на службу прежним чином мичмана, и определен на дунайскую флотилию. 1832. На призовом транспорте № 16 перешел из Николаева в Измаил. 1833 февраля 1. Произведен в лейтенанты. 1833-1835. Командовал иолами в дунайской флотилии. 1835 апреля 24. Уволен от службы, чином Капитан-Лейтенанта.

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Evgraf Dmytryevich Akimov's Timeline

1804
1804
Ekaterinoslav, Dnipropetrovs'ka, Ukraine
1834
May 23, 1834
1838
March 26, 1838
1843
June 28, 1843
1844
December 3, 1844
1848
July 22, 1848
Priyatnaya Dolina, Ekaterinoslav, Dnipropetrovs'ka, Ukraine
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Akimova, Ukraine