Darya Petrovna Saltykova


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Darya Petrovna Saltykova

Darya Petrovna Saltykova Death

Darya passed away on December 23, 1802 at the age of 63.

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  • When did Darya Petrovna Saltykova die?

    December 23, 1802
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Darya Petrovna Saltykova Birthday and Date of Death

Darya Petrovna Saltykova was born on September 20, 1739 and died on December 23, 1802. Darya was 63 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: September 20, 1739
Date of Death: December 23, 1802
Age at Death: 63

Is Darya Petrovna Saltykova's father, Peter G. Chernyshev, dead or alive?

Peter G. Chernyshev's information is not available now.

Is Darya Petrovna Saltykova's mother, Catherine Andreevna, dead or alive?

Catherine Andreevna's information is not available now.

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Darya Petrovna Saltykova - Biography

Countess Darya Petrovna Saltykova, née Countess Chernysheva, was a Russian lady in waiting, socialite and noble and Dame of the Order of St. Catherine's first degree. She was the sister of the lady in waiting Princess Nataliya Petrovna Chernysheva, and in 1769 married to Field Marshal Count Ivan Petrovich Saltykov.The eldest daughter of a diplomat, Count Peter G. Chernyshev, godson of Peter the Great, and many believed to be for his son, and Catherine Andreevna, daughter of a famous chief of the secret office in Biron, Count Andrei Ivanovich Ushakov. She spend her early life abroad with her father, and upon her return in 1762, she and her sister became known as two of the most learned women in Russia. In 1762, she was appointed maid of honor to Empress Catherine the Great. She participated in the famous court masquerade of 1766 and at the great amateur theatre performance of 1768, where she was given much attention. After her marriage in 1769, she became a leading figure in the Russian nobility. In 1780-83, she made a trip to Europe with her family, and on their return, her spouse was made governor of Vladimir. In 1793, she was appointed lady in waiting.