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Vahé Achikian

Note: this village is called Khaskoeuy or Hasköy and was situated about 20km east of Moush [Mu?] mostly Armenian-populated and the scene of savage forced deportations and massacres in Apr-May 1915.
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Vahé Achikian

S’il y a des descendants de Lévon Achikian, frère de mon grand-père Vartevar en France (Marseille , Lyon ou le région de Grenoble) merci de me contacter avec un message. Mon grand-père m’a dit que son jeune frère Lévon (né à Zeitoun vers 1899) a survécu au génocide arménien de Zeitoun en Avril / ...
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Christine Agopian-Taylor

I have an original photograph taken after death of my great great Uncle Matthew II.He was my Granny Agopian nee Tevian Christine born in Smyrna around 1860 married in Smyrna 1897 to Balthazar Garabed Agopian. I went a few years ago to Istanbul with the photograph and his picture was on the ...
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Aram

I send my warmest greetings to all of you. I am a Kurd born in Vartinis , like to know if anyone could provide me further information about the deportation of the Armenian from Vartenis. And if there are living relatives of the deported people? I heard some stories from my grandfather but can ...
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Richelle Noroyan

This might be my grandfather’s uncle that I’ve only heard about from my father, Hugo Noroyan. I think this is the uncle that took custody of my grandfather Hrant Noroyan. Hrant survived the Genocide with his brother, but everyone else he knew was murdered. He found his uncle Dikran in ...
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Hasmig DerSarkissian/Mekjian

I think my Father MINAS DERSARKISSIAN Is one of them in this picture. He use to tell us about this day and that he was trained by Germany. and went to war as Armenian FEDAYI and became Executive Committee of Armenian Ex-Officer in the 1920.. Wow this picture gives me the goosepumps. Thank you so ...
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Fran Simonian

My husband’s grandfather was Kazar Simonian from Alexandrapol or Yerevan. Born c. 1860. He married Zoira (sp?) Petrosian. Two sons I know of…Haiganoosh (Haik) and Ardash Simonian migrated to U.S. In 1921 thru Constantinople and settled in Los Angeles. Haik was born with an extra thumb on his ...
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