Levan son of Gojaspir Gelovani, 18441903 (aged 59 years)

Name
ლევან გოჯასპირის ძე /გელოვანი/
Given names
ლევან გოჯასპირის ძე
Surname
გელოვანი

Участники Русско-турецкой войны 1877-1878 (Russo-Turkish war 1877-1878). რუსეთ-თურქეთის ომის მონაწილეები (აჭარის დაბრუნება)

Name
Levan son of Gojaspir /Gelovani/
Given names
Levan son of Gojaspir
Surname
Gelovani
Name
Леван Горджаспирович /Геловани/
Given names
Леван Горджаспирович
Surname
Геловани
Birth
1844 22 21
Religious marriage
Birth of a brother
Birth of a brother
Death of a father
Death of a paternal grandmother
Death of a mother
Birth of a son
Birth of a son
Birth of a son
Birth of a grandson
Restriction
Death
1903 (aged 59 years)
Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage Marriage
himself
2 years
younger brother
Ермола (Ермолай) Годжаспирович Геловани
1846
Birth: February 26, 1846 24 23
Death:
sister
sister
younger brother
younger brother
Private
younger brother
Private
younger brother
Private
Family with Anna (Despina) daughter of Grigol Shervashidze
himself
wife
Religious marriage Religious marriage
son
Konstantin (Kotsia) Gelovani Генерал Грузинской армии Константин (Коциа) Геловани კონსტანტინე (კოწია) გელოვანი
კონსტანტინე (კოწია) ლევანის ძე გელოვანი
1873
Birth: December 8, 1873 29 18
Death:
11 months
son
Платон Леванович Геловани
1874
Birth: November 2, 1874 30 19 Spatagori, Tsageri, Lechkhumi, Georgia
Death:
4 years
son
Varlam Levanovich Gelovani Депутат Гос-думы Варлаам Геловани რუსეთის დუმის დეპუტატი ვარლამ გელოვანი
Варлам Леванович Геловани (Депутат Государственной думы)
18781915
Birth: April 14, 1878 34 23 Spatagori, Tsageri, Lechkhumi, Georgia
Death: February 22, 1915Tbilisi, Georgia
Name
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Участники Русско-турецкой войны 1877-1878 (Russo-Turkish war 1877-1878). რუსეთ-თურქეთის ომის მონაწილეები (აჭარის დაბრუნება)

Levan son of Gojaspir Gelovani has 1 first cousin recorded

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