Hello, the girl standing in the middle looks exactly like my grandmother, her name was Siranouch Boyadjian. Do you have any other information about this picture?Thank you,Margaret
CW: What is your name? ZM: Zaruhi Mooradian CW: Where were you born? ZM: Pazmashen. Where is that? ZM: Kharpert (province in Turkey) When were you born? ZM: 1898. CW: What were your parents’ names? ZM: Father’s name was Sarkis and (mother’s name] Bahar. CW: Last name? ZM: Malkasian. CW: Do you ...
Hi there! Are any of these Ladies named Armenouhi Tashjian? Thank you!
Is there any history book that discusses the history of the Armenians in the village of Hussenig? Ann P. O’donnell yes – Husenig by Deranian
Bravo the history leads to our future; proverb: yedevd nayir vor archeved desnes
Hello When was the photo taken? Do you know the second man sitting in front of the table on the right?
These are Armenian and Latin catholic students of the Lycee du Freres Jesuites of Harpouth in Kharpert area. The photograph is most likely from 1911-1912.
Do you have any photos during this period of Van? Maybe the mid 1800’s to 1923. Barry
The correct name of this town is Mezre, not Mezire. It was one of the main deportation route concentration stations in Ottoman Turkey 1915-1916 during the Armenian Genocide.
CSW, could you please contact me. I am under the impression that my family, the Mouradians, were from Chunkush and Pazmashen.