Aleksandra Ivanovna Amilakhvari, 1873

Name
Александра Ивановна /Амилахвари/
Given names
Александра Ивановна
Surname
Амилахвари
Name
Александра Ивановна /Палавандишвили/
Type of name
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Name
Aleksandra Ivanovna /Amilakhvari/
Given names
Aleksandra Ivanovna
Surname
Amilakhvari
Name
Aleksandra Ivanovna /Palavandishvili/
Type of name
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Religious marriage Religious marriageNovember 2, 1864Dgvrisi, Tskhinvali, Shida Kartli, Georgia
6 years
elder brother
Георгий Иванович Амилахвари
1870
Birth: November 4, 1870 37
Death:
3 years
herself
Александра Ивановна Амилахвари
1873
Birth: October 9, 1873 40
Death:
2 years
younger brother
Николай Иванович Амилахвари
18751896
Birth: 1875 41
Death: December 25, 1896Gori, Shida Kartli, Georgia
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Мариам Ивановна Амилахвари
18801906
Birth: January 14, 1880 46
Death: July 7, 1906
younger sister
Елена Ивановна Амилахвари
1880
Birth: January 14, 1880 46
Death:
5 years
younger sister
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Александра Ивановна Амилахвари
1873
Birth: October 9, 1873 40
Death:
Religious marriage Religious marriageNovember 12, 1889

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