Николай (Гыд) Зурабович Шервашидзе

Name
Николай (Гыд) Зурабович /Шервашидзе/
Given names
Николай (Гыд) Зурабович
Surname
Шервашидзе
Note: Виден 1880-1899 г.
Family with parents
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brother
brother
brother
himself
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sister
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younger sister
2 years
younger sister
14 months
younger sister
6 years
younger brother
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Виден 1880-1899 г.

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Varvara (Babo) daughter of Nikoloz (Nicholas) Dadiani (1903–1999) Zurab Mikhailovich Chavchavadze (1943–) Yuri Georgievich Gelovani (Neurosurgeon, oncologist) (1964–) Elizabeth (Elisabed) daughter of Gidi Jaiani (1880–1975) Maria daughter of Aleksey Chichua (1892–1979) Prokopy (Porfir) son of Levan Shervashidze (1840–1915) Mikhail son of Mikhail Nakashidze (1861–) Alexander son of Irakli Bagration of Mukhrani (1853–1918) Pavel son of Okropir Bagration-Gruzinsky (1835–) Nikolay Grigorevich Baratov (1873–) Tamar daughter of Irakli Chavchavadze (Actress Tamar Chavchavadze) (1896–1969) Varvara (Barbare) daughter of Islam Dadeshkeliani (1804–) David son of Platon Dadiani (1894–1914) Konstantin Eristavi of Imereti (1889–1975) Varvara daughter of Spiridon Machavariani (Varinka Tsereteli) (–1948) Nodar son of Nicholas Lordkipanidze (1915–1975) Dapina (Despina) daughter of Nikoloz (Nicholas) Tsereteli (1821–1909) Petr son of Roman Bagration (1818–1876) Solomon son of Zakhar Makashvili (General Makaev Solomon) (1855–1920) Magdalina (Magda) daughter of Gregory Amilakhvari (1903–1972) Givi Alexandrovich Akhvlediani (Legendary Volleyball Player) (1918–2003) Tatiana Constantinovna (Konstantinovna) Romanova (Mother Superior Tamara) (1890–1979) Aleksandr Sergeevich Griboedov (1795–1829) Ivan son of Gedevan Gedevanishvili (–) Marta daughter of Zurab Tsereteli (–1839) Elisabed (Elizabeth) daughter of Solomon Chavchavadze (1851–) Pavel Vyacheslavovich Mikeladze (1903–1963) Nikolay Konstantinovich Bagration-Imeretinsky (1830–1894) Archil Solomonovich Mikeladze (Almazov) (1889–1941) Marianna Erikovna von Pistolkors (1890–1976) Ekaterina Orjonikidze (1868–1959) Iosif (Joseph) Georgievich Sumbatashvili (Georgian painter) (1915–2012) Vyacheslav Vyacheslavovich Mikeladze (1909–1980) () … ( ) (1844–1918) Mariam (Maia) daughter of Ivane Avalishvili (1758–1836) Shalva son of Nikoloz Amilakhvari (1920–1941) Ekaterina daughter of Aleksandr Chavchavadze (Princess of Mingrelia) (1815–1882) Elena daughter of Archil Tsitsishvili (1890–1984) Elena (Eliko) daughter of Andria Kherkheulidze (–) Alexander son of Roman Bagrationi (–) Nina (Tsinuki) daughter of David Dadiani (Actress Tsinuki Dadiani) (1916–1992) Evgraf Aleksandrovich Stogov (–) Vladimir son of Mikhail Iashvili (1815–1864) Joseph (Bauka) son of Rostom Tsereteli (1894–1924) Shalva son of Nestor Purtseladze (1903–) Maria Feodorovna Roediger (1864–1952) Maria (Meri) daughter of Simon Tsereteli (–) Nikoloz son of Gulbaat Chavchavadze (1848–1915) Nina daughter of Zaal Chavchavadze (1871–) Levan son of Grigol Dadiani (Levan V Dadiani) (1793–1846) Kirill son of Bezhan Lordkipanidze (Tergdaleuli) (1839–1919) Zaal Terishvili (1839–) Petr Nikolaevich Gruzinsky (Painter) (1837–1889) Grigory Ilich Bagration-Gruzinsky (1833–1899) Tamara Aleksandrovna Dekanozishvili (1897–1977) Nestor Dmitrievich Tsereteli (1829–1883) Varvara (Babo) daughter of Nikoloz (Nicholas) Dadiani (1903–1999) Zurab Mikhailovich Chavchavadze (1943–) Yuri Georgievich Gelovani (Neurosurgeon, oncologist) (1964–) Elizabeth (Elisabed) daughter of Gidi Jaiani (1880–1975) Maria daughter of Aleksey Chichua (1892–1979) Prokopy (Porfir) son of Levan Shervashidze (1840–1915) Mikhail son of Mikhail Nakashidze (1861–) Alexander son of Irakli Bagration of Mukhrani (1853–1918) Pavel son of Okropir Bagration-Gruzinsky (1835–) Nikolay Grigorevich Baratov (1873–) Tamar daughter of Irakli Chavchavadze (Actress Tamar Chavchavadze) (1896–1969) Varvara (Barbare) daughter of Islam Dadeshkeliani (1804–) David son of Platon Dadiani (1894–1914) Konstantin Eristavi of Imereti (1889–1975) Varvara daughter of Spiridon Machavariani (Varinka Tsereteli) (–1948) Nodar son of Nicholas Lordkipanidze (1915–1975) Dapina (Despina) daughter of Nikoloz (Nicholas) Tsereteli (1821–1909) Petr son of Roman Bagration (1818–1876) Solomon son of Zakhar Makashvili (General Makaev Solomon) (1855–1920) Magdalina (Magda) daughter of Gregory Amilakhvari (1903–1972) Givi Alexandrovich Akhvlediani (Legendary Volleyball Player) (1918–2003) Tatiana Constantinovna (Konstantinovna) Romanova (Mother Superior Tamara) (1890–1979) Aleksandr Sergeevich Griboedov (1795–1829) Ivan son of Gedevan Gedevanishvili (–) Marta daughter of Zurab Tsereteli (–1839) Elisabed (Elizabeth) daughter of Solomon Chavchavadze (1851–) Pavel Vyacheslavovich Mikeladze (1903–1963) Nikolay Konstantinovich Bagration-Imeretinsky (1830–1894) Archil Solomonovich Mikeladze (Almazov) (1889–1941) Marianna Erikovna von Pistolkors (1890–1976) Ekaterina Orjonikidze (1868–1959) Iosif (Joseph) Georgievich Sumbatashvili (Georgian painter) (1915–2012) Vyacheslav Vyacheslavovich Mikeladze (1909–1980) () … ( ) (1844–1918) Mariam (Maia) daughter of Ivane Avalishvili (1758–1836) Shalva son of Nikoloz Amilakhvari (1920–1941) Ekaterina daughter of Aleksandr Chavchavadze (Princess of Mingrelia) (1815–1882) Elena daughter of Archil Tsitsishvili (1890–1984) Elena (Eliko) daughter of Andria Kherkheulidze (–) Alexander son of Roman Bagrationi (–) Nina (Tsinuki) daughter of David Dadiani (Actress Tsinuki Dadiani) (1916–1992) Evgraf Aleksandrovich Stogov (–) Vladimir son of Mikhail Iashvili (1815–1864) Joseph (Bauka) son of Rostom Tsereteli (1894–1924) Shalva son of Nestor Purtseladze (1903–) Maria Feodorovna Roediger (1864–1952) Maria (Meri) daughter of Simon Tsereteli (–) Nikoloz son of Gulbaat Chavchavadze (1848–1915) Nina daughter of Zaal Chavchavadze (1871–) Levan son of Grigol Dadiani (Levan V Dadiani) (1793–1846) Kirill son of Bezhan Lordkipanidze (Tergdaleuli) (1839–1919) Zaal Terishvili (1839–) Petr Nikolaevich Gruzinsky (Painter) (1837–1889) Grigory Ilich Bagration-Gruzinsky (1833–1899) Tamara Aleksandrovna Dekanozishvili (1897–1977) Nestor Dmitrievich Tsereteli (1829–1883)