The Council of Muslim Elders, consisted by Raif Tsintsarapakis, Hasan Klaronakis, Merntzan Omerakis, Moustafa Nafi Karatsedakis and Mehmet Hatzi (Hacı) Sinanakis and secretary Ivraim Perisakis met and decided that it is approved Aligie Tselepidopoula should sell water to Vafi Ef. (Efendi) Delianakis.
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The Council of Muslim Elders, consisted by Raif Tsintsarapakis, Hasan Klaronakis, Merntzan Omerakis, Moustafa Nafi Karatsedakis and Mehmet Hatzi (Hacı) Sinanakis and secretary Ivraim Perisakis met and decided that it is approved Aligie Tselepidopoula should sell water to Vafi Ef. (Efendi) Delianakis.
Description
The Council members met and decided that it is approved that Aligie Tselepidopoula should sell 2 "masouras" of water to Vafi Ef. (Efendi) Delianakis for an injustice that was done to him concerning the flood of water.
Note
Muslim Elders of Rethymno, meeting no. 28, decision no. 97.
Issue Date
1908-09-10
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/55086
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Format
20-30 cm, Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
ACREVPR00112
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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