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Hello. My mother was evacuated in Kirov during the WWII. The address they were living is: Lesozavod #2, dom #13, kv.#8. We visited Kirov in 1977 and this house still was there. Does this place still exist?
Another question. My uncle, Zhiv Lev Ilyich is mentioned in Kirov's Memory Book. Also there is another person Zhiv Ilya Ilyich born in 1926. His date of death is August 18, 1944. My uncle's date of death is September 3, 1944. Both mentioned as born in Riga, Latvia. Zhiv Lev was born in 1925 and he is my uncle. My grandfather Zhiv Ilya Leyvikovich, was born in 1902 in Daugavpils, Latvia. After being wounded and disabled in 1942, he came in Kirov and worked on Lesozavod. I am sorry if I made some problems, but I really want this information, if possible. Thank you.
I have found Lesozavod Street in Kirov city but according to the map there is no house #13 there but the houses #11 and #15 exist.
And about your second question, as I think you want to get the info if he is your relative too. As they were both born in Riga I think you should make requests to Latvian archives. Here are some contacts: Riga city documents archive (address: Latvia, Riga, Ata Str., 1. Contact phone 371 67272176; email firstname.lastname@example.org), Latvia State Archive, Latvia State Historical Archive, Latvia Archives project.