David son of Aleksandr Chavchavadze + Anna daughter of Ilia Bagration-Gruzinskaya

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Archil Chavchavadze Арчил Чавчавадзе
Арчил Давидович Чавчавадзе
18691913
Birth: 1869 52 41 Georgia
Death: 1913

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Aleksandr Petrovich Tsulukidze (doctor academician) (1888–1967) Ekaterina daughter of Ilia Didebulidze (noble) (1888–1963) Nikoloz son of Merab Lordkipanidze (Georgian writer Niko Lortkipanidze) (1880–1944) Sepe son of Joseph Machabeli prince (1832–1880) Marianna Erikovna von Pistolkors (1890–1976) Dimitri son of Grigol (Gregory) Mkheidze (1855–1907) Estate son of Joseph Tarkhan-Mouravi (1865–1933) prince Levan son of Samson Pagava (1907–1998) Grigol (Duru) son of Nikoloz Dadiani (1873–) Gela son of Grigori Dadiani (1888–1937) Giorgi son of Mikhail Shervashidze (1846–1918) Aleksandr Sergeevich Griboedov (1795–1829) Andrey Mikhailovich Eristavi of Guria (1855–1932) Varvara daughter of Ilia Bagration-Gruzinskaya (1831–1884) George son of Romanoz (revaz) Eristavi of Ksani (Ataman) (1812–1891) Ekaterina daughter of Vasili Tarkhan-Mouravi (1885–1969) Nina daughter of David Javrishvili (1870–) Elisabeth daughter of Zakhary Chavchavadze (1874–1912) George Alexandrovich Amashukeli (1889–) George Dimitrievich Shervashidze (1846–1918) Nikolay Grigorevich Baratov (1873–) Aleksey son of Gabriel Kavtaradze (1821–1907) Aleksandr Matveevich Chavchavadze (1868–) Erekle son of Teimuraz Bagrationi (King of Kartli and Kakheti Erekle II) (1720–1798) (-) - (1865–1933) Zakhari son of Aleksandr Jorjadze (The first Georgian professional wine-maker) (1847–1895) Petr Nikolaevich Gruzinsky (Painter) (1837–1889) Ivan son of Teimuraz Amilakhvari (1829–1887) Ивдит (Ивлита) Георгиевна Чавчавадзе (1855–1910) Zurab son of Samson Lordkipanidze (Poet) (1919–1993) Iason son of Ioann Chavchavadze (1804–1857) Simon son of Aleksandr Machabeli (1880–1915) Maria Feodorovna Roediger (1864–1952) Nikoloz (Kola) Andreevich Kherkheulidze (1912–1942) Andria son of Mikhail Benashvili (1867–) Elizaveta Mikhailovna Bagration of Mukhrani (Georgian translator) (1919–2000) Semen son of Spiridon Lordkipanidze (1883–1944) Bagrat son of George Bagration-Gruzinsky (Bagrat Batonishvili) (1776–1841) Viktor Illarionovich Nakashidze (1865–) Ekaterina daughter of Aleksandr Chavchavadze (Princess of Mingrelia) (1815–1882) Ilia son of Estate Machabeli (1873–1908) Mikhail son of Levan Amashukeli (1892–) Erekle (Nazar Ali khan) son of David Bagrationi (King of Kakheti and Kartli Erekle I) (–1709) Ivan son of Malkhaz Andronikashvili (1798–1868) Ivlita daughter of Nestor Dadiani (–) Aleksandr son of Konstantin Mikeladze prince (1863–1920) Anna Dmitrievna Yakovleva (1880–1963) Manuchar son of Mamia Dadiani (Manuchar I Dadiani) (1590–1611) Vladimir son of Mikhail Iashvili (1764–1815) Eteri daughter of Levan Pagava (Ballerina Eteri Pagava) (1932–) Iosif (Joseph) Georgievich Sumbatashvili (Georgian painter) (1915–2012) Mikhail Gavrilovich Kazbegi (1812–1866) Aleks (Aleksandr) son of Aleksis Chichua (1891–1937) Joseph son of Aleksandr Baratashvili (1872–1937) Pavel Dmitrievich Tsitsianov (General Pavel Tsitsianov) (1754–1806) Anna daughter of Ilia Chavchavadze (1890–1941) Aleksandr Petrovich Tsulukidze (doctor academician) (1888–1967) Ekaterina daughter of Ilia Didebulidze (noble) (1888–1963) Nikoloz son of Merab Lordkipanidze (Georgian writer Niko Lortkipanidze) (1880–1944) Sepe son of Joseph Machabeli prince (1832–1880) Marianna Erikovna von Pistolkors (1890–1976) Dimitri son of Grigol (Gregory) Mkheidze (1855–1907) Estate son of Joseph Tarkhan-Mouravi (1865–1933) prince Levan son of Samson Pagava (1907–1998) Grigol (Duru) son of Nikoloz Dadiani (1873–) Gela son of Grigori Dadiani (1888–1937) Giorgi son of Mikhail Shervashidze (1846–1918) Aleksandr Sergeevich Griboedov (1795–1829) Andrey Mikhailovich Eristavi of Guria (1855–1932) Varvara daughter of Ilia Bagration-Gruzinskaya (1831–1884) George son of Romanoz (revaz) Eristavi of Ksani (Ataman) (1812–1891) Ekaterina daughter of Vasili Tarkhan-Mouravi (1885–1969) Nina daughter of David Javrishvili (1870–) Elisabeth daughter of Zakhary Chavchavadze (1874–1912) George Alexandrovich Amashukeli (1889–) George Dimitrievich Shervashidze (1846–1918) Nikolay Grigorevich Baratov (1873–) Aleksey son of Gabriel Kavtaradze (1821–1907) Aleksandr Matveevich Chavchavadze (1868–) Erekle son of Teimuraz Bagrationi (King of Kartli and Kakheti Erekle II) (1720–1798) (-) - (1865–1933) Zakhari son of Aleksandr Jorjadze (The first Georgian professional wine-maker) (1847–1895) Petr Nikolaevich Gruzinsky (Painter) (1837–1889) Ivan son of Teimuraz Amilakhvari (1829–1887) Ивдит (Ивлита) Георгиевна Чавчавадзе (1855–1910) Zurab son of Samson Lordkipanidze (Poet) (1919–1993) Iason son of Ioann Chavchavadze (1804–1857) Simon son of Aleksandr Machabeli (1880–1915) Maria Feodorovna Roediger (1864–1952) Nikoloz (Kola) Andreevich Kherkheulidze (1912–1942) Andria son of Mikhail Benashvili (1867–) Elizaveta Mikhailovna Bagration of Mukhrani (Georgian translator) (1919–2000) Semen son of Spiridon Lordkipanidze (1883–1944) Bagrat son of George Bagration-Gruzinsky (Bagrat Batonishvili) (1776–1841) Viktor Illarionovich Nakashidze (1865–) Ekaterina daughter of Aleksandr Chavchavadze (Princess of Mingrelia) (1815–1882) Ilia son of Estate Machabeli (1873–1908) Mikhail son of Levan Amashukeli (1892–) Erekle (Nazar Ali khan) son of David Bagrationi (King of Kakheti and Kartli Erekle I) (–1709) Ivan son of Malkhaz Andronikashvili (1798–1868) Ivlita daughter of Nestor Dadiani (–) Aleksandr son of Konstantin Mikeladze prince (1863–1920) Anna Dmitrievna Yakovleva (1880–1963) Manuchar son of Mamia Dadiani (Manuchar I Dadiani) (1590–1611) Vladimir son of Mikhail Iashvili (1764–1815) Eteri daughter of Levan Pagava (Ballerina Eteri Pagava) (1932–) Iosif (Joseph) Georgievich Sumbatashvili (Georgian painter) (1915–2012) Mikhail Gavrilovich Kazbegi (1812–1866) Aleks (Aleksandr) son of Aleksis Chichua (1891–1937) Joseph son of Aleksandr Baratashvili (1872–1937) Pavel Dmitrievich Tsitsianov (General Pavel Tsitsianov) (1754–1806) Anna daughter of Ilia Chavchavadze (1890–1941)