Is the name of the family Djololian? That is my maiden name and my grand father is from Adabazar.
Good morning, Do you have any records of Malkon and Mariam (Yeryaian) Assadourian ? They migrated from the Armenian Genocide to Marseilles, France. Thank you
Hi, Is there further information on this photograph? Year? Thanks! Lusine Chavushyan Hi, did you find some information on this picture? I think I may be related with the people on the picture Lolita Hi, This family from Artvin lived in Russia. On the right is my great-grandmother’s sister, ...
Hello I am looking for the Kizirian family who lived in Beirut in 1972. In particular I would like to get in touch with Valerie Kizirian. This particular family moved to Chichester, UK. Nina Airapetova I know Kirazian from Beirut moved to France but not Kizirians
I wonder if the little boy wearing the hat is my paternal grandfather Harutyun (Artin) Keshishian (perhaps known at the time as Ke?i?o?lu)? He was born near the turn of 1900 and died in the UK in 1974 after fleeing the genocide. Can anyone help me? I wonder if anyone can help me – is the little ...
Is Zaven Balian Habet Balian’s son (Habet had a sister Gyuluzar and Zaven had a brother Ara). If yes, then we are related. We have a Facebook Group: Balian Family, and a huge Family tree which we keep updating. I hope we can connect!
Can anyone tell me who contributed this photograph? Where and when was it taken? Where were the people in the photo from? Where are descendants now? My Gedigian ancestors were from Shar and Hadjin, Turkey. Our Family is in California, but I know of other Gedigian families as well with various ...
Poslao bih vam dvije slike moje obitelji.Dalibor Ballian
My grand father was from morenig. His name was donabed donabedian he has a sister. They came in france but their father goes to usa. Have you other pictures from morenig. thank you.
Parantzem and Sembad Vezirian are standing up. The children on the photo : Hagop and Aghaton, their first two sons. Sembad disappeared during the Armenian genocide. Parantzem and their five children, Hagop, Aghaton, Megherditch, Aroussiak and Meline, took refuge in France.