My great great grandfather.
Es mi abuelo que fallecio en 1965
Interesting – they are in the same sort of outfits of an unknown man a cousin found in her closet. We have been trying to figure out who he was. This says Pazmashen, so I’m wondering if that was how they dressed in that area.
The second standing on the right is Mkrtich A(r)slanian. The third next to him is his friend Vahan Cheraz.
This is a picture of my Great-Grandfather. Thank you for having found it and shared it with us. Greetings from Belgium.
I am from Kurkdjian Family from Brasil, and this is a photo of the silk factory that belonged to my grand father family – Kevork Kurkdjian-Kharpert I would like to know how this photo come to this page, and would like to share photos from Kharpert that belonged to the family album.
my name is Serge Baghtchedjian from Argentina, my father was French Joseph born in 1927, and my grand father was Armenian from Adana is called Dikran born aprox in 1890, and my great-grandfather is called Sarkis, no data.You know my ancestors?
Can anybody tell me more about this picture? Such as, when it was taken, or the names of the individuals pictured.I am a descendant of Haroutiun Sinanian of Evereg-FenesseThanks! Susan Sinanian Garabedian Jonathon, I just saw this: Yes I can tell you every one in this picture. Haroutiun Sinanian ...
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.