Category:Gavriil Konstantinovich Romanov

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Date of birth3 July 1887 (in Julian calendar)
Date of death28 February 1955
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Gabriel Románov (es); ガヴリール・コンスタンチノヴィチ (ja); Gavriil Konsztantyinovics Romanov orosz herceg (hu); Prințul Gabriel Constantinovici al Rusiei (ro); Gabriel Romanow (pl); Gabriel Konstantinovič Romanov (cs); Gabriël Konstantinovitsj van Rusland (nl); Романов, Гавриил Константинович (ru); Gavriil Konstantinovič Romanov (it); Gawriil Konstantinowitsch Romanow (de); Gabriel Constantinovich da Rússia (pt); Prince Gabriel Constantinovich of Russia (en); Gavriil Konstantinovitš Romanov (fi); Γαβριήλ Κωνσταντίνοβιτς (el); Gabriel Constantinovitch de Russie (fr) nobile russo (it); Mitglied des Hauses Romanow-Holstein-Gottorp (de); Russian prince (en); ruský šlechtic a voják (cs); πρίγκιπας της Ρωσίας (el); militair uit Keizerrijk Rusland (1887-1955) (nl) Гавриил Константинович, Гавриил Константинович Романов (ru); Gavriil Konstantinowitsch Romanow (de); Gavriil Konstantinovitsh Romanov (fi); Gabriel Constantinovich de Rusia, Gabriel Romanov (es); Prinţul Gavril Constantinovici al Rusiei, Prințul Gavril Constantinovici al Rusiei, Prinţul Gabriel Constantinovici al Rusiei (ro); Gabriel Konstantinovič Ruský (cs); Gabriel Konstantinovitsj van Rusland, Гавриил Константинович Романов (nl)
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Konstantin Konstantinovich and Elizaveta Mavrikievna's children:
Ioann KonstantinovichGavriil KonstantinovichKonstantin KonstantinovichOleg KonstantinovichIgor KonstantinovichGeorgiy Konstantinovich
Tatiana Konstantinovna (Bagration-Mukhrani‎) • Natalia • Vera Konstantinovna

Prince Gavriil Konstantinovich Romanov (July 15 1887-February 28 1955) was the second son of Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich of Russia by his wife Elisaveta Mavrikievna née HH Princess Elisabeth of Saxe-Altenburg. Prince Gavriil was the great-grandson of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia. Prince Gavriil married his mistress, a former ballerina by the name of Antonina Nesterovskaya. Gavriil was imprisoned by the Bolsheviks after the October Revolution, but his wife was able to use her connections to obtain his release. After Gavriil's release, the pair fleed to Paris. Gavriil's wife died in 1950. In 1951 Gavriil married Princess en:Irina Ivanovna Kurakina. He had no children by either marriage.