Vladimir Alekseevich Nikitin (1906â€“1974) V.A.Nikitin
Vladimir V. Nikitin (fl. 1996) Vl.V.Nikitin
Nikitin and Some Emigrations World-wide
The Nikitin surname spread from Russia to the rest of the world, including Europe, Canada, USA, and South America. It is also present in the 1913 New Israel migration from Voronezh to San Javier, Uruguay.
Mateo Nikitin (?–1472), a New Israel member in the Voronezh region back in 1800-1900 approximately, contemporary of the leader of the New Israel sect, Vasily Lubkov, and also contemporary of Ivan Savvich Nikitin (1824â€“1861), Russian poet (relatives not confirmed). He is one of the New Israel members who migrate with Vasily Lubkov from the Voronezh region to San Javier, Uruguay in 1913.
Basilio Nikitin (Spanish), born in San Javier, Uruguay in 1934 and deceased in 1998.
Fernando Nikitin, born in San Javier, Uruguay. **** Seeking genealogical information about his ancestors back in Voronezh, including Mateo Nikitin. ****
Afanasiy Nikitin (died 1472), a Russian explorer and merchant
Alexander Nikitin, contemporary Russian environment activist and a dissident Navy officer
, Russian artillery officer of the Napoleonic Wars
Anfal Nikitin (fl. 1360), Novgorod boyar and ushkuynik
Basil Nikitin Soviet orientalist and diplomat
Rodrigo Nikitin, Brazilian Specialist IT
Vladilen Nikitin (born 1936), Russian engineer and politician
Vladimir Nikitin, multiple people
Viktor Nikitin (1893–1933), Russian and Serbian pilot, killed in the first disaster of Yugoslav civil aviation