Kandiye Sancağı, İlya Kariyesi ahalisindenken vefat eden Nazif Rüstemaki'nin yetimi Arap Hüseyin'e ait maddelere karar vermek için vasisi Suvaraki Mehmed Ağa'nın talebi üzerine toplanan akraba meclisinde yetimin rüşdünü ispat ettiğine dair karar.
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Title
Kandiye Sancağı, İlya Kariyesi ahalisindenken vefat eden Nazif Rüstemaki'nin yetimi Arap Hüseyin'e ait maddelere karar vermek için vasisi Suvaraki Mehmed Ağa'nın talebi üzerine toplanan akraba meclisinde yetimin rüşdünü ispat ettiğine dair karar.
Description
The Family Council of the orphan Arap Housein of the late Nazim Roustemaki from the Emos Pediados Village.
Note
Under the presidency of the Inspector of Irakliou Ali Vei Naipzade: the guardian Mehmet Louvarakis (?), resident of Irakliou, states that the child became of age accepted
Issue Date
1913-03-31
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/52571
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIEVO00366
Rights
Open Access
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