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Samuel Petuhov
« on: October 05, 2017, 03:13:39 PM »
This is so confusing for me as I found this on quora of all places. So, I was on that website and I decided to search 'Romanovs' in the search bar, looked at a few questions then BOOM!:

Is Samuel Petuhov the last remaining member of the Romanovs?
Why does Samuel Petuhov have the same characteristics of Nicholas II?


Just to name a few, and I'm like 'what?'.

I looked at a few answers and I'm very confused. Let's go back to sometime early this year.

An anonymous person on the site said that the man claimed to be a direct descendant of Nicholas II through one of his children only recently, had enough money to request for a DNA test to compare with the remains already being tested on and surprise, surprise! He was related to them.

You can type in 'Samuel Petuhov' in Google and a website pops up, with two articles, the first being: SAMUEL PETUHOV'S DNA MAY RECOGNISE THE LAST OF ROMANOVS. Here's the article:

Samuel Petuhov's DNA could now be definitively distinguished as having a place with the offspring of the Russian Royal Family who were slaughtered with their folks in 1918.

The DNA of the Samuel Sergeyovich Petuhov is being utilized by Russia to build up whether the remaining parts of bodies are those of the Romanovs, executed by the Bolsheviks in 1918.

The antiquarian Vladimir Polyakov uncovered that the DNA of Samuel Sergeyovich Petuhov, a relative of the Romanovs.

Vladimir Polyakov said the Samuel had consented to converse with him about the Russian utilization of his DNA as he arranged his book on the Romanovs.

Vladimir Polyakov was at the Hay celebration to discuss a standout amongst the most capable lines ever, which ruled Russia from the season of Ivan the Terrible until Nicholas II.

In any case, the Romanovs' story still resounds firmly in Russia today, said Sebag Montefiore.

The remaining parts of two youngsters, accepted to be Maria and Alexei, were found in a field in 2007. A year ago Putin requested the exhumation of other Romanov remains that had been emphatically recognized in 1998. The inquiry is: would they say they are unquestionably the remainder of the Romanovs? Are the youngsters' remaining parts the child and girl of Nicholas II?

"The greater part of this is going on now and we are tending to tenterhooks," said Vladimir Polyakov. "Is it true that they will be reburied? Are these two kids going to be added to the others? What will happen?

The murder of the family was an awful and such a tragic sad disaster. It is said that. It took over 20 minutes to execute each part on the grounds that the youngsters were wearing what were adequately shot evidence vests in that Romanov precious stones had been sewn into their garments.

Vladimir Polyakov said it was a horrendous wrongdoing to slaughter the Romanov kids and the guardians. "To murder the youngsters … even in the French Revolution they didn't execute the kids."


Samuel Petuhov is some sort of rich businessman of sorts-apparently to people who researched him-that make his whole life pretty much privatised. It's hard to find him.

Someone asked who he even was and someone said 'No one actually has any idea, my team and I done a research about him and we could not find anything. His whole life is pretty much privatized. Rumors are being said that he runs a technology business. There is nothing we can personally do, I have much respect for him as a serial entrepreneur but it is up to him to go public if he wants to.

It seems to me it’s either a marketing strategy for someone or a hoax. No mention of a Samuel Petuhov anywhere except for that site. People have been on it and haven't reported any viruses so it seems all right.

So here's just a notification if you will if you hear about a man called Samuel Petuhov who claimed to be a direct descendant of one of the Romanov children and is apparently related to them by proof of DNA tests, it's a hoax. Definitely and 100% until proven otherwise.
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Re: Samuel Petuhov
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2017, 04:20:32 PM »
YAWNNNNNN. Yet another lunatic hoax.  ::)

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Re: Samuel Petuhov
« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2017, 05:16:32 PM »
YAWNNNNNN. Yet another lunatic hoax.  ::)

I have no idea where the 'characteristics' thing came from, no mention of that at all except that this 'Samuel' looks up to him. He's a real person according to people who have done intense research but they think his name was just used for the hoax.

The hoax claim was literally this; 'Hey this Samuel Petuhov guy...yeah he's related to the Romanovs, DNA test proved it....okay? Okay.' *walks off* No mention of how, just 'yeah they're related...oh you want proof?...' *walks off*
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Re: Samuel Petuhov
« Reply #3 on: October 05, 2017, 05:45:16 PM »
He has a YouTube personæ with a short, lovely video of Vologda, titled "Где я родился" - Where I was born: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wT8Jy0DdtoU

BTW the name Petuhov / Petukhov / Петухов is derived from пету́х, cock, rooster.
Березы севера мне милы,—
Их грустный, опущённый вид,
Как речь безмолвная могилы,
Горячку сердца холодит.

(Афанасий Фет: «Ивы и березы», 1843 / 1856)

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Re: Samuel Petuhov
« Reply #4 on: October 05, 2017, 06:05:16 PM »
He has a YouTube personæ with a short, lovely video of Vologda, titled "Где я родился" - Where I was born: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wT8Jy0DdtoU

BTW the name Petuhov / Petukhov / Петухов is derived from пету́х, cock, rooster.


Most likely him, but at the same time it might not be. Who knows how popular the surname Petuhov/Petukhov is, however Samuel isn't a Russian name so most likely only a few people with that name in the world.
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