Anastase Andreivitch Vonsiatskoy-Vonsiatski

Anastase Andreivitch Vonsiatskoy-Vonsiatski

Death 5 Feb 1965 (aged 66)
Saint Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida, USA
Burial Thompson, Windham County, Connecticut, USA
Plot Mausoleum
Memorial ID 6166256 · View Source
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A self professed Russian count, Anastase Andreivitch
Vonsiatskoy-Vonsiatski was a member of the All Russian
Fascist Party while living in Thompson, Ct.

Mr. Vonsiatskoy-Vonsiatski was actually a Polish
officer who had fled his homeland when the Bolsheviks
took over in 1919. He was sent to prison for his
hopes of re-establishing the czar to the throne withthe help of the Nazis.

He became a naturalized American citizen in 1927, and
brought his sister and her husband to the United
States after meeting and marrying Thompson Ct. heiress Marion Ream.

He established a bunker in a room of his home which
included a printing press, weapons and lists of
recruits ready to help with his plans.

Mr. Vonsiatski was arrested in 1942 during World War
II by FBI agent Thomas J Dodd on charges of being a
Nazi sympathizer. FBI agent Thomas J Dodd is the
father of US Senator Christopher Dodd of Ct.

Marion Ream Vonsiatski died on November 11, 1963, she is also intered in the mausoleum.

Bio by: Ron Paul

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  • Created by: Ron Paul
  • Added: 9 Feb 2002
  • Find a Grave Memorial 6166256
  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Anastase Andreivitch Vonsiatskoy-Vonsiatski (12 Jun 1898–5 Feb 1965), Find a Grave Memorial no. 6166256, citing West Thompson Cemetery, Thompson, Windham County, Connecticut, USA ; Maintained by Ron Paul (contributor 46507065) .