Tag : Armenian names

Armenian names.

CSW

She was also a fedayee, who was shot and jailed by the Turks, and later escaped. She emigrated to Whitinsville, Massachusetts and married someone by the name of Ampagoomian.
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Alan Nalbandian

Was he a relative of my Grandfather Guydzhag Nalbandian? Trying to verify that my Grandfather was a resistance fighter at Musa Dagh. He was in the French Armenian Legion during WWI and we know he did not join from the US, he would travel to the US many years later in the 1920’s. 500 resistance ...
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Azad Balian

I’m also from Balian Family and like to know more about the past of my family. Thanks and hope have answer Dalibor Ballian Family is originally from small town near Ankara. They were merchants and were very rich. After they moved to Smyrna. Antoine was born 1839 in that small town near Ankara, ...
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An-su Aksoy

The second from right is Haig Berberian, (Ortaköy, Istanbul 1887 – Paris 1978), scholar.I am his descendent and actually researching about his (especially early) life.
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Susan Sinanian Garabedian

These men were the founders of the LA chapter in the 50’s I think there were a few more but not pictured. Diane Zakian Rumbaugh Rouben Zambakjian is on the far right, top row. He’s my grandfather. Kalenderian Hello Diana how are you taaaaa o zaman bile kuuuuuucucuk bir ciyty olan everek ...
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Vahé Achikian

The photo is of Megerdich Yakoubian, the Ishkhan (Qodjabashi) of Zeytoun’s Qarghalar Tagh ( Mahallé ), photo taken in Istanbul in January 1896. Meguerditch Agha Yaqoubian, 1806 – 1872 is photographed here in 1865, Istanbul, in the building of the Constantinople Armenian Patriarchate. Meguerditch ...
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Vahé Achikian

Aram Bey Tcholaqian was one of the last hero freedom fighters of Zeytun, who was the younger brother of Mesrop Agha Tcholaqian, and together with his brother Aram Bey had participated in the 1915 March – June Zeytun resistance against the Ottoman Turkish aggression and arrests in Zeytun on the ...
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