|Lev Yakovlevich Kulchitsky|
|Born||4 March [O.S. 20 February] 1813
|Died||7 December 1873
Taganrog, Russian Empire
Lev Yakovlevich Kulchitsky (Russian: Лев Яковлевич Кульчицкий, 4 March [O.S. 20 February] 1813 – 7 December [O.S. 25 November] 1873) was a Russian rear-admiral and the 13th governor of Taganrog, member of the Admiralty since 1856.
Graduated from Cadet Corps in 1831. Served in the Black Sea Fleet, promoted to captain-lieutenant in 1849, captain second rank since 1855, captain first rank since 1858, rear-admiral since 1866. During Crimean War Lev Kulchitskiy commanded the paddle frigate Gromonosets.
In 1860 he was appointed chairman of the military trial at Nikolaev port. In 1863 appointed chief of the Konstantinovskaya Navy Station in Tsemes Bay. Kulchitsky served as Governor of Taganrog from 1868 to 1873. After his death he was interred in the crypt of The All-Saints Church in Taganrog at the Taganrog Old Cemetery
- Order of St. George of 4th degree
- History of Taganrog by Pavel Filevskiy, Moscow; 1898.
- Taganrog Encyclopedia, Taganrog, 2002.
|Governors of Taganrog
acting governor Achilles Alferaki
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