Order of the Red Star

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Ivaschenko Vasily Andreevich
Ilyukhin Terenty Grigorievich
Ivanov Semyon Vladimirovich
Valentin Ivanov
Isaev Yakov Nikitovich
Khramchenkov Viktor Fedorovich
Khazheev Ivan Shanidaevich
Tsyganov Ivan Mikhailovich
Zombori Alexander Iosifovich
Mikhail Nikolaevich Kruglov
Karyagin Semyon Efimovich
Kritskiy Victor Mikhailovitch

Kovalev Andrey Matveyevich

Kravtsov Alexander Nikiforovich
Komar Alexei Akimovich
Kuznechenko Andrey Egorovich
Captain K. Samsonov, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 380th Rifle Regiment
Captain K. Samsonov, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 380th Rifle Regiment
Captain S. Neustroev, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Serbov Savely Grigorievich
Marina Chechneva and Serafima Amosova, pilots of the all-female 46th Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment
Ivaschenko Vasily Andreevich
Ilyukhin Terenty Grigorievich
Ivanov Semyon Vladimirovich
Valentin Ivanov
Isaev Yakov Nikitovich
Khramchenkov Viktor Fedorovich
Khazheev Ivan Shanidaevich
Tsyganov Ivan Mikhailovich
Zombori Alexander Iosifovich
Mikhail Nikolaevich Kruglov
Karyagin Semyon Efimovich
Kritskiy Victor Mikhailovitch

Kovalev Andrey Matveyevich

Kravtsov Alexander Nikiforovich
Komar Alexei Akimovich
Kuznechenko Andrey Egorovich
Captain K. Samsonov, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 380th Rifle Regiment
Captain K. Samsonov, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 380th Rifle Regiment
Captain S. Neustroev, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Serbov Savely Grigorievich
Marina Chechneva and Serafima Amosova, pilots of the all-female 46th Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment

Karyagin Semyon Efimovich

Semyon Efimovich Karyagin was born on February 15, 1908 in the village of Filatovo, Luchinskaya parish, Zvenigorodskaya district of Moscow province. Until November 1930, he was engaged in agriculture in a peasant family. From 1918 to 1923 he studied and graduated from the 5th grade Filatovo school. In 1924 he joined the Komsomol. Since 1926, he was the secretary of the Filatovskaya Komsomol cell. Since 1928, he was the Chairman of the Filatovsky Village Council of the Luchinskaya Parish, Voskresensky County, Moscow Region. From November 1930 to November 1932, he served in the Red Army of Odessa. During his service, he completed one Rabfak course. Since November 1932, he continued to serve as Chairman of the Filatovsky Village Council of Istrinsky district of Moscow region (Voskresensky district since 1929 renamed to Istrinsky district). From 1935 to February 1939, he worked in the Istra savings bank as a cashier, accountant and senior accountant. From May 1939 to June 25, 1941, he was an accountant at the Snegiri Rest House. From June 25, 1941 to November 1945, he fought in the Great Patriotic War. Until October 01, 1941, he served in the 892th rifle regiment of the 298th rifle division with the rank of senior sergeant in the rifle unit of the regiment's headquarters. In October 1941 he was getting out of the encirclement for 12 days from Sumy region to Kursk city. From November 1941 to November 1945, he served in the 605th Rifle Regiment of the 132nd Rifle Division, a rifleman, a battalion adjutant, an APC Platoon regiment, a company foreman until March 1943. In December 1942, he took a one-month foreman course in Livny and was promoted to the rank of foreman. Since April 1943, he was the foreman of the regiment headquarters building unit, since June 1945 he had been the head of the regiment's administrative office. For the Patriotic War he was awarded: Medal "For Combat Services" on 28.03.1943. Medal "For Courage" on 18.08.1943. Medal "For Combat Services" on 20.07.1944. Order of the "Red Star" on 02.09.1944. Order of the "Patriotic War" of II degree. 13.05.1945 Medal "For the Victory over Germany" 22.04.1946 Medal "For the capture of Berlin" 01.05.1947 After the end of the Great Patriotic War Karyagin S.E. on a voluntary basis carried out huge work to find the relatives and friends of the soldiers who died and were buried in the Istra district near the village of Glebovsky and the village of Istra Filatovo village. After leaving for the front, S. E. Karyagin left his wife and little son (Mikhail Karyagin) who lived in the village of Filatovo, which was ocupated by the Nazis. In the post-war years, he carried out active public work, being a repeatedly re-elected deputy of the Bukarevo Village Council. At the same time, he remained a wonderful grandfather of 2 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
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