- the architectVasily Petrovich Stasov (1769–1848),
- His daughter Nadezhda Vasilievna Stasova (1822–1895), was a philanthropist and women's rights activist. She organised week-end schools for workers and daycares for workers’ children. She additionally helped found the Bestuzhev Courses, which made higher education available to Russian women for the first time.
- His son, Dmitry Vasilievich Stasov (1828–1918), was a notable advocate who took part in the foundation of the Russian Music Society.
- Dmitry's daughter Elena Dmitryevna Stasova (1873–1966), joined the Communist movement in 1898. As a leader of the Bolshevik Party in St. Petersburg she was exiled to Siberia in 1913–16. After the Russian Revolution of 1917 Stasova was a secretary of the Bolshevik party and from 1921-1926 a Comintern representative to the Communist Party of Germany.
- His son Vladimir Vasilievich Stasov (1824–1906), was probably the most respected Russian critic throughout his lifetime.
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