I have found some information on a former sailor who had a role in the final months of the IF. From the book "the Russian Revolution and the Baltic Fleet": Stoker 1st Cl. pavel Khokhriakov a 25 year old rating from the Zaria Svobody (Dawn of Freedom ex Imperator Alexander II a old battleship/training ship). He arrived in the Urals in September 1917 where he was elected the head of the Ekaterinburg Red Guard. In March 1918 he was sent to Tobolsk to bring the former imperial family back to Ekaterinberg' as chairman of the Tobolsk Soviet he prevented their escape and ensured that they were escorted to Ekaterinberg-and death." He was later killed in the civil war. He was one of 40,000 Baltic fleet sailors who went home during the summer to winter 1917 period to spread the revolution. One other was Stephen Vaganov who helped kill the IF.
The book gives the following sources; TShSV, Vol1 413; Krasnyi flot 1924 no1,40: S Zhakharov, "P.D. Khokriakov (Sverdovsk 1959), 11-40: A.D. Avdeev. 'Nikolai Romanov v Tobol'ske I v Ekaterinburge (Iz vospominanii komendanta)', Kransnaia nov, 1928 no.5 187-201.
I hope this is of some use or interest.
Wasn't Pavel Khokhriakov primarily responsible for the cruel death by drowning of Bishop Hermogen, in the Irtysh River, because Hermogen had vigorously resisted Bolshevik authority in the region? Or am I thinking of someone else?