Simon son of Parsadan Machabeli + Daria (Darejan) daughter of Elizbar Eristavi of Ksani

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Levan son of Luarsab Magalashvili (General Levan Magalov. Magaloff) (1879–1926) Maria Erastovna Cholokashvili (1863–) Noe son of Nicholas Zhordania (Prime minister of Georgia) (1868–1953) Ekaterina daughter of Aleksandr Chavchavadze (Princess of Mingrelia) (1815–1882) Sergey Mikhailovich Barataev (1862–1930) Alexander (Chabuki) son of Dimitri Amilakhvari (1750–1802) Giorgi son of Mikhail Shervashidze (1846–1918) Joseph son of David Tarkhan-Mouravi (Adjutant-general Iosif Tarkhan-Mouravov) (1819–1878) Irakli son of George Bagration of Mukhrani (1909–1977) Ivan son of Otia Dadiani (–) Nina (Nutsa) daughter of Ivan Rusishvili (1877–1934) Mikhail son of Besarion Kheltuplishvili (–1895) Gaiane daughhter of Ilia Bagration-Gruzinskaya (1832–1903) George son of Nikoloz Dadiani (1912–1985) Tanuria daughter of Puto (Putu) Shervashidze (–) Fatulia (Fati) Konstantinovna Nakashidze (1849–1881) Maxim (Max) Makashvili (1913–) Grigory Pavlovich Chukhnin (Vice admiral) (1848–1906) Petr son of Roman Bagration (1818–1876) Nicholas son of Teimuraz Amilakhvari (1897–1923) George Mikeladze (–1919) Zakhar son of George Eristavi of Ksani (1844–1912) Aleksandr Konstantinovich Shervashidze (painter) (1867–1968) Ia (Joseph) son of George Kargareteli (Composer) (1868–1939) Daria daughter of Luarsab Cholokashvili (1845–) Vladimer (Kutso) son of Bidzina Mikeladze (1963–1994) Manuchar son of Mamia Dadiani (Manuchar I Dadiani) (1590–1611) Rusudan Dmitrievna Staroselskaya (1870–1958) Dimitri Ivanovich Baratashvili (1917–2001) Nadezhda daughter of Nikoloz Tsereteli (–) Dimitri son of Grigol (Gregory) Mkheidze (1855–1907) George son of Alexander Bagrationi (King of Georgia George VIII. King of Kakheti George I) (1417–1476) Nikolay Dimitrievich Eristavi of Ksani (–) Nikoloz son of Iason Lordkipanidze (1900–1970) Simon (Simonika) (Peter) son of Nikoloz Dadiani (painter) (1916–1975) Ivan (Okro) son of Elizbar Machabeli (1857–1904) Marta daughter of Zurab Tsereteli (–1839) Erekle (Nazar Ali khan) son of David Bagrationi (King of Kakheti and Kartli Erekle I) (–1709) Aleksey Konstantinovich Chichua (1859–1914) Maria (Meri) daughter of Simon Tsereteli (–) Ekaterina daughter of Irakli Andronikashvili (1921–1999) Parnaoz son of Erekle II Bagrationi (1777–1852) Minadora daughter of Alexis Avaliani (–) Prince Aleksandr Nikolaevich Obolensky (1872–1924) Konstantin Andreevich Abashidze (1901–1941) Dmitry son of Pyotr Bagration (1863–1919) George Konstantinovich Takaishvili (1881–1924) Grigol son of Levan Dadiani (Poet. Kolkhideli and general of infantry) (1814–1901) George Dimitrievich Shervashidze (1846–1918) Evgraf Aleksandrovich Stogov (–) Manana (Mariam) daughter of Mirmanoz Eristavi of Ksani (1807–1870) Makrine (Mako) daughter of Joseph Tarkhan-Mouravi (1862–1916) George son of Konstantin Eliozishvili (1906–1929) George (Jorj) son of Vladimir Shervashidze (1894–1976) Iason son of Ioann Chavchavadze (1804–1857) Marina Iosifovna Mamatsashvili (1914–1991) Levan son of Luarsab Magalashvili (General Levan Magalov. Magaloff) (1879–1926) Maria Erastovna Cholokashvili (1863–) Noe son of Nicholas Zhordania (Prime minister of Georgia) (1868–1953) Ekaterina daughter of Aleksandr Chavchavadze (Princess of Mingrelia) (1815–1882) Sergey Mikhailovich Barataev (1862–1930) Alexander (Chabuki) son of Dimitri Amilakhvari (1750–1802) Giorgi son of Mikhail Shervashidze (1846–1918) Joseph son of David Tarkhan-Mouravi (Adjutant-general Iosif Tarkhan-Mouravov) (1819–1878) Irakli son of George Bagration of Mukhrani (1909–1977) Ivan son of Otia Dadiani (–) Nina (Nutsa) daughter of Ivan Rusishvili (1877–1934) Mikhail son of Besarion Kheltuplishvili (–1895) Gaiane daughhter of Ilia Bagration-Gruzinskaya (1832–1903) George son of Nikoloz Dadiani (1912–1985) Tanuria daughter of Puto (Putu) Shervashidze (–) Fatulia (Fati) Konstantinovna Nakashidze (1849–1881) Maxim (Max) Makashvili (1913–) Grigory Pavlovich Chukhnin (Vice admiral) (1848–1906) Petr son of Roman Bagration (1818–1876) Nicholas son of Teimuraz Amilakhvari (1897–1923) George Mikeladze (–1919) Zakhar son of George Eristavi of Ksani (1844–1912) Aleksandr Konstantinovich Shervashidze (painter) (1867–1968) Ia (Joseph) son of George Kargareteli (Composer) (1868–1939) Daria daughter of Luarsab Cholokashvili (1845–) Vladimer (Kutso) son of Bidzina Mikeladze (1963–1994) Manuchar son of Mamia Dadiani (Manuchar I Dadiani) (1590–1611) Rusudan Dmitrievna Staroselskaya (1870–1958) Dimitri Ivanovich Baratashvili (1917–2001) Nadezhda daughter of Nikoloz Tsereteli (–) Dimitri son of Grigol (Gregory) Mkheidze (1855–1907) George son of Alexander Bagrationi (King of Georgia George VIII. King of Kakheti George I) (1417–1476) Nikolay Dimitrievich Eristavi of Ksani (–) Nikoloz son of Iason Lordkipanidze (1900–1970) Simon (Simonika) (Peter) son of Nikoloz Dadiani (painter) (1916–1975) Ivan (Okro) son of Elizbar Machabeli (1857–1904) Marta daughter of Zurab Tsereteli (–1839) Erekle (Nazar Ali khan) son of David Bagrationi (King of Kakheti and Kartli Erekle I) (–1709) Aleksey Konstantinovich Chichua (1859–1914) Maria (Meri) daughter of Simon Tsereteli (–) Ekaterina daughter of Irakli Andronikashvili (1921–1999) Parnaoz son of Erekle II Bagrationi (1777–1852) Minadora daughter of Alexis Avaliani (–) Prince Aleksandr Nikolaevich Obolensky (1872–1924) Konstantin Andreevich Abashidze (1901–1941) Dmitry son of Pyotr Bagration (1863–1919) George Konstantinovich Takaishvili (1881–1924) Grigol son of Levan Dadiani (Poet. Kolkhideli and general of infantry) (1814–1901) George Dimitrievich Shervashidze (1846–1918) Evgraf Aleksandrovich Stogov (–) Manana (Mariam) daughter of Mirmanoz Eristavi of Ksani (1807–1870) Makrine (Mako) daughter of Joseph Tarkhan-Mouravi (1862–1916) George son of Konstantin Eliozishvili (1906–1929) George (Jorj) son of Vladimir Shervashidze (1894–1976) Iason son of Ioann Chavchavadze (1804–1857) Marina Iosifovna Mamatsashvili (1914–1991)