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Rev Bousfield Swan Lombard, last chaplain at the English Church (1908-18) and chaplain to the British Embassy, was arrested by the Bolsheviks in 1918, imprisoned in the Peter and Paul Fortress and sentenced to death. The sentence was not carried out and he was released after 6 weeks and returned to England

Rev Bousfield Swan Lombard, last chaplain at the English Church (1908-18) and chaplain to the British Embassy, was arrested by the Bolsheviks in 1918, imprisoned in the Peter and Paul Fortress and sentenced to death. The sentence was not carried out and he was released after 6 weeks and returned to England

Rev Arthur Riddle, Chaplain of the English Church in Kronstadt, Curate to the English Church at 56 English Embankment from 1884-1902. Subsequently Chaplain at Archangel (Summer 1902) then at Hughesovka (1902-1911). Married Mary Whishaw from one of the key British Factory families in 1891.

Rev Arthur Riddle, Chaplain of the English Church in Kronstadt, Curate to the English Church at 56 English Embankment from 1884-1902. Subsequently Chaplain at Archangel (Summer 1902) then at Hughesovka (1902-1911). Married Mary Whishaw from one of the key British Factory families in 1891.

Rev William Tooke, chaplain in Kronstadt 1771-74, then chaplain to the British Factory from 1774-92 where he moved in literary & scientific circles. On his return to England, published several successful works on Russian history

Rev William Tooke, chaplain in Kronstadt 1771-74, then chaplain to the British Factory from 1774-92 where he moved in literary & scientific circles. On his return to England, published several successful works on Russian history

Harvest Festival at the English Church, Hughesovka (now Donetsk, Ukraine), c. 1904

Harvest Festival at the English Church, Hughesovka (now Donetsk, Ukraine), c. 1904

Postcard of church interior at the end of the 19th century

Postcard of church interior at the end of the 19th century

British Seaman's Hospital & Church, Kronstadt, 1866 - from the Illustrated London News

British Seaman's Hospital & Church, Kronstadt, 1866 - from the Illustrated London News

George William Buchanan (1854–1924) British diplomat, son of British Ambassador Sir Andrew Buchanan. In 1910 Buchanan was appointed as the British Ambassador to Russia. He kept abreast of the political developments in Russia & met some of the leading liberal reformists in the country. It has been suggested that this was secretly encouraged by the then Liberal government in London. Buchanan was the ambassador at the time of the Russian Revolution in 1917. © National Portrait Gallery, London

George William Buchanan (1854–1924) British diplomat, son of British Ambassador Sir Andrew Buchanan. In 1910 Buchanan was appointed as the British Ambassador to Russia. He kept abreast of the political developments in Russia & met some of the leading liberal reformists in the country. It has been suggested that this was secretly encouraged by the then Liberal government in London. Buchanan was the ambassador at the time of the Russian Revolution in 1917. © National Portrait Gallery, London

Mary Riddle (nee Whishaw) with her first child and nurse in the rear courtyard of the English Church, 56 English Embankment. Mary's husband was Curate at the church

Mary Riddle (nee Whishaw) with her first child and nurse in the rear courtyard of the English Church, 56 English Embankment. Mary's husband was Curate at the church

Watercolour of the English Church in Kronstadt (1886) by Dr Frank Clemow who ran the Seaman's Hospital next door

Watercolour of the English Church in Kronstadt (1886) by Dr Frank Clemow who ran the Seaman's Hospital next door

Alfred Parland, architect of the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, born St Petersburg 1842, baptised in the English Church, died Petrograd 1919

Alfred Parland, architect of the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, born St Petersburg 1842, baptised in the English Church, died Petrograd 1919

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