Kaikhosro son of Levan Bagration of Mukhrani (King of Kartli) + Ketevan daughter of George

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Efrosinya … (–) David son of Ilia Chavchavadze (1900–1953) Nicholas (Mikhail) son of Archil Dadiani (1947–) Varvara Nikolaevna Bashkirova (1893–1955) Konstantin son of Gregory Tsitsishvili (1883–1918) Almaskhan son of Otia Mikeladze (General Almaskhan Mikeladze) (1834–1915) Mariam (Maka) daughter of Mamuka Chavchavadze (1864–) Teimuraz (Geno) son of Ivan Amilakhvari (1860–1905) Maria (Meri) daughter of Simon Tsereteli (–) Elena daughter of Simon Tsitsishvili (1915–) Ilia son of Konstantin Nizharadze (1857–) Sergo (Grigori) son of Konstantin Ordzhonikidze (1886–1937) Tamara daughter of Ivan Vakhvakhishvili (1839–1898) George son of Mikhail Bagration-Imeretinsky (1873–1932) George son of Mamia Dadiani (George II Dadiani) (–) Iosif son of Adam Kobulashvili (prince) (1847–1881) Mikhail son of George Amilakhvari (1844–1876) Svimon (Simon Seno) son of Konstantin Chavchavadze (1855–) Andria son of Nikoloz Kherkheulidze (–) prince Levan son of Samson Pagava (1907–1998) Giorgi Mikhailovich Gelovani (Theatre director) (1923–) Varvara (Babo) daughter of Nikoloz (Nicholas) Dadiani (1903–1999) Tamaz (Toma) son of Mamuka (Makar) Orbeliani (Eshikagabashi) (1769–1815) Ekaterina daughter of Vasili Tarkhan-Mouravi (1885–1969) George (Jorj) son of Vladimir Shervashidze (1894–1976) Mariam daughter of Manuchar Dadiani (–1682) Nina daughter of Malkhaz Andronikashvili (1796–1868) Nikolay Mikhailovich Chavchavadze (1933–) Ivane (Ivan) son of Giorgi Machabeli (1854–1898) George son of Ilia Orbeliani (General George Orbeliani) (1853–1924) George son of Ilia Orbeliani (General George Orbeliani) (1853–1924) Nikoloz son of Iason Lordkipanidze (1900–1970) Nikoloz (Nicholas) son of Spiridon Andronikashvili (1891–1914) Irakli (Kaki) son of George Tsereteli (Georgian politician) (1881–1959) Ekaterina (Inna) daughter of David Melikishvili (1903–1990) Elena Dimitrievna Kipiani (1855–1890) Tatiana Constantinovna (Konstantinovna) Romanova (Mother Superior Tamara) (1890–1979) Evgeni (Geno) son of David Kobulashvili (1856–1915) Mariam (Meri) daughter of Nikoloz Dadiani (1898–1974) Simon (Simonika) son of Levan Bagration of Mukhrani (1895–1924) Nino daughter of David Tsereteli princess (1852–1922) Ivan Dmitrievich Oklobzhio (1818–1880) Aleksandr son of Shanshe Eristavi of Ksani (1812–1883) Gurandot Aleksandrovna Andronikashvili (1932–1958) Mariam (Maia) daughter of Ivane Avalishvili (1758–1836) Mariam (Meri) daughter of Prokofi Shervashidze (1888–1986) Archil Solomonovich Mikeladze (Almazov) (1889–1941) Rusudan Dmitrievna Staroselskaya (1870–1958) Rafiel son of David Eristavi of Aragvi (Poet Raphael Eritavi) (1822–1901) Nina Vasilevna Amashukeli (–) Nikita Georgievich Shervashidze (1941–) Prangistan son of Andria Gabashvili (General Prangistan Gabaeff) (1853–1928) Nicholas son of Melkhisedek Chavchavadze (prince) (1867–1920) Pavel Ivanovich Kutaysov (1782–1840) Giorgi son of Irakli Bagrationi (King of Kartli and Kakheti Giorgi XII) (1746–1800) Aleksandr Semenovich Machabeli (1827–) Efrosinya … (–) David son of Ilia Chavchavadze (1900–1953) Nicholas (Mikhail) son of Archil Dadiani (1947–) Varvara Nikolaevna Bashkirova (1893–1955) Konstantin son of Gregory Tsitsishvili (1883–1918) Almaskhan son of Otia Mikeladze (General Almaskhan Mikeladze) (1834–1915) Mariam (Maka) daughter of Mamuka Chavchavadze (1864–) Teimuraz (Geno) son of Ivan Amilakhvari (1860–1905) Maria (Meri) daughter of Simon Tsereteli (–) Elena daughter of Simon Tsitsishvili (1915–) Ilia son of Konstantin Nizharadze (1857–) Sergo (Grigori) son of Konstantin Ordzhonikidze (1886–1937) Tamara daughter of Ivan Vakhvakhishvili (1839–1898) George son of Mikhail Bagration-Imeretinsky (1873–1932) George son of Mamia Dadiani (George II Dadiani) (–) Iosif son of Adam Kobulashvili (prince) (1847–1881) Mikhail son of George Amilakhvari (1844–1876) Svimon (Simon Seno) son of Konstantin Chavchavadze (1855–) Andria son of Nikoloz Kherkheulidze (–) prince Levan son of Samson Pagava (1907–1998) Giorgi Mikhailovich Gelovani (Theatre director) (1923–) Varvara (Babo) daughter of Nikoloz (Nicholas) Dadiani (1903–1999) Tamaz (Toma) son of Mamuka (Makar) Orbeliani (Eshikagabashi) (1769–1815) Ekaterina daughter of Vasili Tarkhan-Mouravi (1885–1969) George (Jorj) son of Vladimir Shervashidze (1894–1976) Mariam daughter of Manuchar Dadiani (–1682) Nina daughter of Malkhaz Andronikashvili (1796–1868) Nikolay Mikhailovich Chavchavadze (1933–) Ivane (Ivan) son of Giorgi Machabeli (1854–1898) George son of Ilia Orbeliani (General George Orbeliani) (1853–1924) George son of Ilia Orbeliani (General George Orbeliani) (1853–1924) Nikoloz son of Iason Lordkipanidze (1900–1970) Nikoloz (Nicholas) son of Spiridon Andronikashvili (1891–1914) Irakli (Kaki) son of George Tsereteli (Georgian politician) (1881–1959) Ekaterina (Inna) daughter of David Melikishvili (1903–1990) Elena Dimitrievna Kipiani (1855–1890) Tatiana Constantinovna (Konstantinovna) Romanova (Mother Superior Tamara) (1890–1979) Evgeni (Geno) son of David Kobulashvili (1856–1915) Mariam (Meri) daughter of Nikoloz Dadiani (1898–1974) Simon (Simonika) son of Levan Bagration of Mukhrani (1895–1924) Nino daughter of David Tsereteli princess (1852–1922) Ivan Dmitrievich Oklobzhio (1818–1880) Aleksandr son of Shanshe Eristavi of Ksani (1812–1883) Gurandot Aleksandrovna Andronikashvili (1932–1958) Mariam (Maia) daughter of Ivane Avalishvili (1758–1836) Mariam (Meri) daughter of Prokofi Shervashidze (1888–1986) Archil Solomonovich Mikeladze (Almazov) (1889–1941) Rusudan Dmitrievna Staroselskaya (1870–1958) Rafiel son of David Eristavi of Aragvi (Poet Raphael Eritavi) (1822–1901) Nina Vasilevna Amashukeli (–) Nikita Georgievich Shervashidze (1941–) Prangistan son of Andria Gabashvili (General Prangistan Gabaeff) (1853–1928) Nicholas son of Melkhisedek Chavchavadze (prince) (1867–1920) Pavel Ivanovich Kutaysov (1782–1840) Giorgi son of Irakli Bagrationi (King of Kartli and Kakheti Giorgi XII) (1746–1800) Aleksandr Semenovich Machabeli (1827–)