Resmo sakinlerindenken vefat eden Mehmed Hacızaki'nin oğlu Hüseyin ve oğlunun annesi eşi Halime'nin müracaatı üzerine Emval ve Eytam Nezareti tarafından oluşturulan akraba meclisinde alınan karar. [11 Ağustos 1328]
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Title
Resmo sakinlerindenken vefat eden Mehmed Hacızaki'nin oğlu Hüseyin ve oğlunun annesi eşi Halime'nin müracaatı üzerine Emval ve Eytam Nezareti tarafından oluşturulan akraba meclisinde alınan karar. [11 Ağustos 1328]
Description
The Inspector of Rethimnis Muslim Properties Mustafa Kemal Karajedakis (?) and Alis Hajidakis, Representing the guardian of orphan child Houesnis of Mehmet Hajidakis Halime Karamousalopoula, sold through auction of the real estates owned by orphan.
Issue Date
1912-07-22
1912-08-24
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/55038
Collections
Type
Format
Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
5
Identifier
ACREVO00061
Rights
Open Access
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Purchase

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