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17651 Zolotas says a Katerni [Agelasto] of the Schilizzi family was among two old women who lived in Chios until the end of the 19th Century. Schilizzi, Catherine (Nicolas) (I35)
 
17652 Zolotas says he and his wife are buried at Panaghiá in Cocorovilia, Chios. Agelasto, Paul (Stamati) (I519)
 
17653 Zolotas says she and her husband are buried at Panaghiá in Cocorovilia, Chios. Mavrogordato, Batoliá (I520)
 
17654 Zolotas says that references to Dimitri Pandelis Agelasto are found in three sources: the Lazaretto Codex of Chios in 1787, archives of Chadzi Lorenzis Schilizzi in 1816, and in Smyrni in 1816. Argenti created two Dimitri (#7, Dimitri Zannis ) and (#10, Dimitri Pandelis), but this was apparently a mistaken reading of Zolotas who referred to Dimitri only as the son of Pandelis, not Zannis. (George Agelasto) Agelasto, Dimitri (Pandelis) (I10)
 
17655 Zolotas: Constantinos Agelasto, (1802 – 1882, died in Constantinople, citing Georgiadis, the same is mentioned ibid. in 1840). His wife was Angerou (1812 – 1896) and his son was Augustís (C.) Agelasto, citing Georgiadis 1852. Agelasto, Augustus (Constantine) (I545)
 
17656 Zolotas: Leonís Agelasto, in Constantinople (s. Georgiadis: 1814 and 1819).  Agelasto, Leoni (Stamati) (I36)
 
17657 Zorzis (Stephanos) Galati had six children, but only two are involved in the Negroponte-Agelasto bloodline. The others are included in Argenti/Long. Galati, Zorzis (Stephanos) (I273)
 
17658 Zorzis Pandely Negroponte, banker, is mentioned in the notary records, Syros, 4 Oct 1851. Negroponte, Zorzis (Pandely) (I42)
 
17659 Zorzis Sechiari, 50, b. Chios, married, having arrived Syros 1834, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek state at the Greek consulate, Marseille, on 25 Feb 1853. Sechiari, Georges (Paraskeva) (I330)
 
17660 [10 Sep 1874]: Leonidas A. Agelasto, 27, born Chios, unmarried, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the town hall, Ermoupolis. No arrival date on Syros is given, suggesting that he was born on the island and that Chios is his family's origin, not his place of birth. The previous entry on the list, sharing the same ID number, is for Stephan A. Agelasto, presumably his younger brother. The archive's digital index omits the date; on the original register it is likely the clerk used ditto marks.
 
Agelasto, Leonidas (Ambrosios) (I165)
 
17661 [apparently not:] Michael K. Caralli, 32, b. Chios, married, having arrived Syros 1831, insurance agent, swore allegiance to the Greek state on 9 Oct 1840 at the town hall, Ermoupolis, Syros. Caralli, Michael (I3434)
 
17662 [apparently not:] Michael N. Caralli, 34, b. Chios, married, having arrived Syros 1826, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek state on 3 Oct 1836 at the town hall, Ermoupolis, Syros. Caralli, Michael (I3434)
 
17663 [Charilaos]? Negroponte, 23, married, laborer, with $800, last residence ?, New York, and with the intended address of 72 South Main Street, Providence, RI, arrived New York from Trieste, Austria, on the Pannonia 7 Nov 1904, accompanied by his wife, Elenie Negroponte, 29. Negroponte, Charles H. (unknown) (I3403)
 
17664 [Document] No 24: A document issued by the Church Administration of Chios in 1835, related to the ownership of St Tryphon Church, by which Manuel Agelasto is acknowledged as the legal owner. Pages LII and LIII. See description of text by George Agelastos. Agelasto, Emmanuel John (John) (I1177)
 
17665 [Fr] Nellorphinos presiding [Narkissos Morphinos] Zizinia, Aristide André (Georges) (I262)
 
17666 [John D Katinakis, 22, son of the late D.M. Katinakis, died at the Grand Hotel Paris (The Times [London], 19 Jul 1897, p. 1.) [illegible due to poor scanning] Katinakis, John Demetrius (Demetrius) (I1054)
 
17667 [Lt. Col. Edward Boxshall] was an intelligence officer in World War I and from 1921 to 1939 represented British companies in Romania. In World War II, he was an officer in Special Operations Executive, which controlled undercover agents in Nazi-occupied territory. Until his retirement, Mr. Boxshall was employed by the Foreign Office to advise on what should be made public about Special Operations Executive activities. Syndicated obituary "Lt. Col. Boxshall, oldest British spy," Santa Ana Orange County Register, 31 Jan 1984. Boxshall, Lt Colonel Edwin George MBE (I1250)
 
17668 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3809)
 
17669 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3808)
 
17670 “Most of my photos show her old but upright amidst her progeny with a Victorian bonnet on her head... plain of face, tall, slim, impeccably attired, imposing and relaxed. Her husband George remained devoted to her all his life...” (Christopher Long). Zafiropoulo, Eleni (Dimitrios) (I409)
 
17671 £423 8s. 6d. estate administered by Pandia Leonidas Lambrinudi, member of London Stock Exchange and attorney of Emmanuel Leonidas Lambrinudi and his wife DespinaLambrinudi, Leonidas Paul (Emmanuel) (I3981)
 

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