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Bezsonov, Sergey Aleksandrovich - mechanical engineer and inventor. Member, Technical Office, St. Petersburg Governorship. Instructor of Maritime Navigation who developed the theory of repeated evaporation distillers (there exists a handwritten version of this theory).
Belyamin, Mikhail Yakovlevich (1831-1908) - Technological Engineer. Graduated from St. Petersburg Institute of Technology. Upon completion of his obligatory service had his own business, then was appointed director of Sampsonievsky Mechanical Factory, which belonged to Golubev, a technological engineer, who acquired it from I. Nobel. Upon L.E. Nobel’s invitation became a managing directors of Nobel’s Mechanical Factory. In 1881 became a member of the board in Nobel Brothers’ Partnership, and after 1888, after L. Nobel’s death, served as the chairman of the board. In 1901 he was appointed chairman of the Board of Nobel Brothers’ Partnership. Served as co-founder of the Nobel Brothers’ Oil Partnership. Was buried in St. Petersburg in Novodevichye Cemetery.
Bilderling, Alexander Alexandrovich (1846-1912) - baron, son of Military Engineer, Lieutenant-General Alexander Grigoryevich Bilderling, General of Cavalry (since 1905). Together with the Nobel Brothers founded the Nobel Brothers’ Oil Partnership, and financed the undertaking. Was buried in St. Petersburg in Novodevichye Cemetery.
Bilderling, Petr Alexandrovich (1844-1900) - was born in St. Petersburg, brother of Alexander Alexandrovich. Oversaw weapon manufacturing at a Izhevsk factory in Vyatka Region. Together with the Nobel Brothers founded the Nobel Brothers’ Oil Partnership, financed the undertaking and served as a member of the Board and Chairman of the Board.
17 Imperial Russian Technical Society Bulletin, 1896. V. 30, No. 11, p. 151.
18 Imperial Russian Technical Society Bulletin, 1898. V. 32, No. 4, p. 73.
Blumberg, F.A. - Co-founder of Nobel Brothers’ Oil Partnership, chief accountant of the Association presumably from the early 1880s to 1885.
Wunderlich, Bruno Fedorovich - Wunderlich Arthur-Bruno / Wunderlich, Arthur Bruno-? (1849-1913) - citizen of Saxony, merchant since 1874, house owner, lived in Moscow. In 1890 moved to Germany, owned a manor house, served as Consul General of Sweden and Norway in Dresden. In Moscow he owned an industrial enterprise and a warehouse and was engaged in sales of mineral oil products made by the Nobels: oil, mineral oil and kerosene, tools and haberdashery. He represented the Nobel Brothers’ Partnership in Moscow Region. Co-founded the Nobel Brothers’ Oil Partnership.
Zabelsky, Ivan Yakovlevich (1843-1910) - St. Petersburg merchant since 1872, Second Guild merchant until 1878, First Guild Merchant in 1878-1882. Co-founded the Nobel Brothers’ Oil Partnership. Was buried in St. Petersburg in Novodevichye Cemetery.
Ogarev, Nikolay Alexandrovich (1811-1867) - General Lieutenant, Adjunct General, Advisory Member of the Provisional Artillery Committee and Head of Russian Military Chronicle.
Sundgren, A.S. - Sjoegren (Sjogren) Sten Anders Hjalmar (1856-1922) -Swedish mineralogist, collector. In 1885 was hired as geologist by the Nobel Brothers in his Oil Partnership in Baku where he worked until 1889. In the late 1880s published Observing Lowering Oil Levels in Balakhano-Sabuchinskaya Area: A Letter to L.E. Nobel. In 1888-1895 served as Professor of Geology and Mineralogy at the University of Uppsala. In 1890 got married to the daughter of Ludwig Nobel. Cofounded the Nobel Brothers’ Oil Partnership.
Tornquist, Johan Alfred (1854-1886) - engineer and designer. Studied in 1864-1869 in Orebro Technical Secondary School (Sweden). In 1874 graduated from the Technical Institute with a diploma in Engineering. In 1876 oversaw the Swedish exhibit at the World Fair in Philadelphia. Worked at a machine-building enterprise in Younkers, NY (USA). In 1878 met Robert Nobel who invited him to join his operations in Baku. Was sent to the Marseilles Oil Refinery, and then went to the US to study oil distilling and to compare the Baku oil and the Oil City oil. In 1879-1881 worked to set up the Nobel enterprises in Baku. From the spring of 1884 worked in the Nobel Brothers’ Partnership in St. Petersburg, overseeing deliveries of lighting kerosene to Germany. Resigned due to poor health. Co-founded the Nobel Brothers’ Oil Partnership. Died in an accident in the USA in 1886.
Unge, Wilhelm Theodor / Unge, Vilhelm Teodor (1845-1915) - Swedish military officer and inventor. Was born in Stockholm. In 1866 graduated from the University of Technology and became a career officer. Worked in the sphere of rocket technologies. Author of nine inventions patented in Sweden.
Shukhov, Vladimir Grigoryevich (1853-1939) - famous engineer and inventor, academic, honorary member of the USSR Academy of Science (1929). Worked in Baku. Member of the State Committee for Oil Industry since 1918.