O-Chkhom-Uri is part of Lesichine. Chkhom means fish in Megrelian, and Ochkhom means fishing place.
In the picture you can see the old tomb, which dates back to 1888.
The tomb belongs to someone named Khorava, who died at the age of 21. This means that the Khoravas have long lived in Ochkhomur, and are not displaced from other parts of the world.
Finally, to the right of the church, two hundred meters away, lived a great actor, Akaki Khorava, and on its continuation, I live one kilometer away.
There is a small monument erected by Utu Mikava standing on the left side of the church (he built it with his own hands, if the rebels built it, I don’t know).