Meeting of Council of Rethymno Muslim Elders, consisted by the president Hasan Klaronakis, the members Mehmet Haratsidakis, Ali Vasfi Vedroudinzades, Moustafa Tzintzarapakis and Mertzan Omerakis and the secretary Ivraim Houlki Perissakis.
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Title
Meeting of Council of Rethymno Muslim Elders, consisted by the president Hasan Klaronakis, the members Mehmet Haratsidakis, Ali Vasfi Vedroudinzades, Moustafa Tzintzarapakis and Mertzan Omerakis and the secretary Ivraim Houlki Perissakis.
Description
Izet Tsiligkirakis, guardian of the under age orphans Housein and Nazife of Moustafa Koredianakis, from Atsipades village of Agios Vasileios, asks for permission to sale some of the land properties of the orphans. Permission provided.
Issue Date
1913-05-02
Language
Greek
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/53911
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Type
Format
20-30 cm, Handwritten
Identifier
ACREVO00105
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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