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Bloudoff, Peter Alexavitch, 1886-1946
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Peter Alexavitch Bloudoff, son of Alec Bloudoff, was born at Bashkichet, Georgia, Russia on July 12, 1886. His mother died when he was a young boy. He emigrated from Russia in January, 1889 as part of the first group of Doukhobors from Russia to arrive in Canada. He subsequently settled in the Doukhobor communal village of Kamenka, North-West Territories, which was part of the North (Swan River) colony. After the village of Kamenka disorganized, Bloudoff was granted title to land at NE 22-33-31 W1 on February 26, 1915.
In addition to homesteading, Bloudoff was employed as a salesman for merchants in Pelly, Saskatchewan including Campbell Bros., a Ford dealership, and as a foreman for the Saskatchewan Department of Highways. He also served as Reeve for St. Philips Rural Municipality No. 301 for the periods 1922 to 1928 and 1930 to 1934. Bloudoff's hobbies included photography, taking photos primarily of family, fellow Doukhobors and the Arran community; beekeeping; woodworking and wool spinning.
Bloudoff married Fanny Makieff and together they had five children: Mike; George; Nellie; Peter Jr. and Fred. Peter Bloudoff died in 1946.
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Authority record created on 2016-07-25. Approved 2016-08-25. Last modified on 2017-11-29.
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