Akciabrski - town in Akciabr district Homiel region of the Republic of Belarus. There are the following data for this settlement on the Radzima.net website:
- geographical coordinates and location of town Akciabrski on the detailed map of the beginning of the XXth century and modern maps, as well as on satellite images from the Google Maps;Rudobelka at map
- administrative-territorial belonging in the Russian Empire at the beginning of the XXth century, in the BSSR (1924-1926), in the Republic of Belarus (2017);
- name of the Orthodox parish to which belonged town Akciabrski at the beginning of the XXth century
- what years the Metric books about the born, married and dead of this parish have survived;
- The fund number, the inventory, and the address of the Archive in which the metric books are stored;
- the name of the owner and the name of the landed property to which the area belonged in the middle of the XIX century

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Мой прадед, Судник Иван Игнатьевич, был из семьи обедневших шляхтичей .
Родился около 1870 года в дер Судники Новогрудского уезда Минской губернии.
После женитьбы переехал в дер Малын Рудобельской волости Мозырского уезда Минской губернии.
Был садоводом, остался огромный заброшенный сад на окраине деревни.
Его дом разрушен. В живых из старожил осталась очень пожилая женщина -Шпаковская Александра Ульяновна 1926 г.р.
У прадеда было семеро детей: мой дед Михаил Иванович 1902 г.р; его братья Станислав Иванович расстрелянный в 1937 году ,остальных не помню
Мне необходимо найти документы : метрики ближайшего костела или списки учащихся гимназии в г. Глусcке Бобруйского уезда. Где похоронены мне не известно.
Прошу дать совет с чего начать.
Hallo Karin!
Rudobelka is now Oktyabr'sky in Gomel region. About Rudobelka history you can reed http://drevo-info.ru/articles/22160.html. Information about date birth, etc. you can find in National Historical Archive of Belarus in Minsk (www.niab.by).
Best regards, Annareply
Dear Madam, Sir.
Probably the message I sent earlier today will also reach you. But I also try it this way. Alexander Egorovitch is my great-great grandfather (про-про-дедушка). I am trying to find out as much as possible about his life. I know that he had an estate Rudobelka. Do you know if there still exist photo's of that estate, or even of him? If so, could you please let me know if and where I could find them? I really would be so grateful. Thank you so much. My Russian is very bad (though I am studying) so that's why I had to write this letter in English. Kind regards,
Karin Beerninkreply