İskenderiyeye hicret eden Abidin Arif Babazakinin yetimi Afet için toplanan akraba meclisinin yetimin tarlalarının iştirası için vasisine izin verilmesinin talep edilmesi, Hilali Efendizade Mehmed Vecihi Bey'in vasi tayin edilmesi kararı. [22 Teşrin-i Evvel 1326]
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Title
İskenderiyeye hicret eden Abidin Arif Babazakinin yetimi Afet için toplanan akraba meclisinin yetimin tarlalarının iştirası için vasisine izin verilmesinin talep edilmesi, Hilali Efendizade Mehmed Vecihi Bey'in vasi tayin edilmesi kararı. [22 Teşrin-i Evvel 1326]
Description
Family council of orphan Iffetis of the late Abdin Ariff Babadaki. Acceptance of proposition of mother of orphan Kioulthoum Arif Babadopoulas to appoint Mehmet Vejhi Bei Hiliami Efedaki as guardian of children in order to sell her share of land properties.
Issue Date
1910-10-21
1910-11-04
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/54596
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIEVO00279
Rights
Open Access
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