Vukica Aleksijević (rođ. Ćurčić)

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Name Vukica Aleksijević (rođ. Ćurčić)
Date of birth September 22, 1882
Date of death March 05, 1942
Country Serbia
Language Serbian

About her personal situation

Born on September 18, 1882. She graduated from Serbian and German elementary and girls' school and then went to Sombor in 1898 to the school of teachers, which she graduated from in 1902. She married Dimitrije Aleksijević, a lawyer and at the time a leading contributor to Zastava periodical. They had three children: daughter Prvoslava and sons Časlav and Vlastoje. In 1921 she moved to Belgrade with her family. Her son Časlav died in 1941, and she died on his birthday, on March 5, 1942, and was buried at the New Cemetery in Belgrade.

Place of birth Novi Sad
Place(s) of residence Serbia
Place of death Beograd
Nationality Srpkinja
First language(s) Serbian and Serbian
Marital status Married
Number of children 3
Name(s) of children Prvoslava, Časlav, Vlastoje
Gender of children F(1), M(2)

About her professional situation

She worked on Zastava periodical and Žena magazine. She was one of the founders of the Posestrima company from Novi Sad, and in Belgrade, she was a vice-president of the Association of Blind Girls.

 

Source:

Aleksijević, Vlastoje D. Savremenici i poslednici Dositeja Obradovića i Vuka Stefanovića Karadžića, sveska 15, str. 5-8 

Translated by: Marija Bulatović

Profession(s) and other activities Contributor to periodical press
Language(s) in which she wrote Serbian and Serbian

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