Application of Mihail Kothri, resident of Lerapetras against Moustafa Taranaki, former resident of Irakliou and present resident of Thessalonikis, towards Lasithiou Ierodikou.
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Title
Application of Mihail Kothri, resident of Lerapetras against Moustafa Taranaki, former resident of Irakliou and present resident of Thessalonikis, towards Lasithiou Ierodikou.
Description
Applicant states that Ali,ivrahim and Mehmet Karakoulakides had been murdered in Sfagas Sitias and that the closest alive relatives they have are Ousta Ivraim Deliverakis,brother of wife of Housein Resimes Kiouzelaki, and Pembe, sister of wife of Moustafa. The lawyer Mihail Kothris invites several people in court
Issue Date
1908-05-10
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/62115
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIEVC00026
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Open Access
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