Garabed Kapigian was my Grandfather.
The photo is of Armenian girls’ Yetimhane ( orphanage ) of Adana’s Armenian quarter circa 1909-1910. It was funded mostly by Boghos Noubar Pasha of AGBU ( Haykakan Parekordzagan Entehanour Miyoutyoun ) to shelter, nourish and educate the orphaned Armenian children after the Adana tragic ...
He was my grandfather, and he was the civil director of Mkhitaryan school near Paris (Sèvres) during approximately thirty years
This Turkish blog page gives detailed information about Lady Cavendish Bridge. As well as its location on map.
Hi! Are these boys part of the boy Scouts of the International College in Smyrna? ( 1914-1922 ) And have you run across my grandfather’s name, S. Ralph Harlow? Waiting your reply! Susanna
Is this near Akn? My grandfather, Nicol Galanderian, the composer grew up next to the river in Akn according to his autobiography. He says, “In those days, as if it were a holiday, the people would go in the peaceful still of the night to hear the roaring of the three waters… Yeprad River, ...
this is my grandfather and my uncle
The church of Sourp Sarkis is located in the once-armenian town of *Digor*. Digor exists nowadays in the area of Ani, about 16 km to the Southwest, and this church is still there though mostly ruined.
The church was called “Voschkavanki yekeghetsi” or the church of Voshkou vank ( Voshk manastiri ) which was built towards the end of the 10th century just south of Tortoum in the Erzuroum province of Mayre Hayastan.