|LC control no.||no 97017621
|Personal name heading||Golovinʺ, Ḟedorʺ Aleksi︠e︡evichʺ, 1650-1706
|Variant(s)||Головинъ, Ѳедоръ Алексѣевичъ, 1650-1706
Golovin, F. A. (Fedor Alekseevich), 1650-1706
Golovin, Fedor Alekseevich, 1650-1706
Головин, Федор Алексеевич, 1650-1706
Golovin, Fedor Aleksyeevich, 1650-1706
Golovin, Feodor Alekseyevich, 1650-1706
|Profession or occupation||Statesmen Diplomats Foreign ministers Cabinet officers Admirals Nobility
|Special note||Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.
|Found in||Perepiska felʹdmarshalovʺ Ḟedora Aleksi︠e︡evicha Golovina i Borisa Petrovicha Sheremetʹeva vʺ 1705 i 1706 godakhʺ, 1851.
Skrit︠s︡kiĭ, N. Pervyĭ kavaler ordena Svi︠a︡togo ... 1995: t.p. (F.A. Golovin; 1650-1706) p. 3 (Fedor Alekseevich Golovin)
1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica, viewed online 15 March 2021: (Golovin, Fedor Aleksyeevich, Count, died 1706: Russian statesman; sent by Russian regent Sophia to defend the Muscovite fortress of Albazin on the Amur River against the Chinese; concluded the Treaty of Nerchinsk with the Chinese; close advisor to Peter the Great: in 1699 Peter appointed him admiral-general of the Russian Navy and the first Russian count; the first to receive the Russian order of St. Andrew; as Peter's premier minister, brokered peace with Turkey, controlled Russian diplomacy in foreign courts)
Wikipedia, viewed 15 March 2021: "Fyodor Alexeyevich Golovin" (Count Feodor Alekseyevich Golovin, the last Russian boyar and first chancellor of the Russian Empire, field marshal, general admiral; the most influential of Peter the Great's associates; from the family of Russian treasurers of Byzantine Greek descent)