The Muslim Elders of Rethymno and the Family Council of Rethymno after examining the application of Housein Karamousalakis and guardian of the under age orphans Zeinep and Ali of Ivraim Karamousalakis.
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Title
The Muslim Elders of Rethymno and the Family Council of Rethymno after examining the application of Housein Karamousalakis and guardian of the under age orphans Zeinep and Ali of Ivraim Karamousalakis.
Description
The applicant states that at the periphery of the village Melissourgaki the orphans had real estates which were sold to Nikolaos Ntomazakis for 236 drachmas with that money he asks for the permision to a house for the orphans. Accepted.
Note
Council no. 22, decision no 878. The Muslim Elders of Rethymno: Ali Hiefki Tsitsekakis, president, Hasan Klaronakis, Ali Betriagadakis and Ivraim Perisakis.
Issue Date
1906-04-27
Language
Greek
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/56031
Collections
Type
Format
20-30 cm, Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
3
Identifier
ACREVO00041
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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