|The Chichagovs' Noble Dynasty, whose origin dates back to
"Lack of respect to ancestors is a sure sign of savagery and immorality". These words were spoken by A.S. Pushkin in XIX-th century and they have not lost their significance to this day. The restoration of historic memory of Clans of Russian nobility, half-forgotten at present, but celebrated in the past, is now a matter of particular importance. We in Russia consider it our duty to do everything possible to restore already significantly lost ties among the Chichagovs' Family descendents. It is not only we who need to restore these ties; it should be done for the sake of our children and grandchildren to whom we must pass on loyalty to the memory of our great ancestors.
Many a glorious pages have been written into the history of Russia by descendents of the Chichagovs' Dynasty. Among them are Admiral
A special place in the cohort of glorious representatives of Chichagovs' Family belongs to
Among these historic personalities there were people who shared different political views, but none of them ever compromised their conscience or stained their family honour or the honour of a citizen of their Motherland. The inspiring example set by the outstanding sons and daughters of Russian nobility and addressing the sources of their patriotism and their allegiance to spiritual values of Christianity, historic traditions of their loyalty to the Duty towards their Motherland, where they were born and their ancestors rest in peace, should provide formidable support for us in Russia and contribute to the Spiritual Resurrection and Development of our country.
In order to read Russian books about some of Chichagovs' Family
It is high time to start building a bridge connecting the heroic past and present in order to find proper guidance for the future. It is in this context one should consider the activities of the Charity Foundation of the Chichagovs' Noble Family, which was established
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|© The Board of Directors of the Foundation, 2014. © V.A. Yulin, President, 2014