Alexey Godyaew

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The first Russian Orthodox churches in New Zealand were established in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in the 1950s by Mitred Archpriest '''Alexey Godyaew''' ([[February 8]], 1900–[[March 19]], 1991).
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The first Russian Orthodox churches in New Zealand were established in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in the 1950s by Mitred Archpriest '''Alexey Gavrilovitch Godyaew'''  
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Born 8 February 1900 Bolshaya Utcha, Russia.
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Married Anna Muhlen in Paris in 1930. 
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Died at home 19 March 1991.
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Father's Name: Gavriil Godyaew.
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Mother's Name: Antonina Godyaew nee Bargina.
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Buried at Waikanae Cemetery.
  
 
Fr Alexey travelled extensively pastoring the parishes until his retirement.
 
Fr Alexey travelled extensively pastoring the parishes until his retirement.

Revision as of 07:12, January 11, 2007

The first Russian Orthodox churches in New Zealand were established in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in the 1950s by Mitred Archpriest Alexey Gavrilovitch Godyaew

Born 8 February 1900 Bolshaya Utcha, Russia.

Married Anna Muhlen in Paris in 1930.

Died at home 19 March 1991.

Father's Name: Gavriil Godyaew.

Mother's Name: Antonina Godyaew nee Bargina.

Buried at Waikanae Cemetery.

Fr Alexey travelled extensively pastoring the parishes until his retirement.


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