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Ramleh, Alexandria, Egypt


Tree: Negroponte-Agelasto

Sources mention the Greek area of Ramleh, five or six miles east of Alexandria where two major churches were located: The Church of the Prophet Elias and the Church of St. Stephanos; Greeks are said to have also lived in the the neighbourhood of Giannakles. Ramleh is the name of the Alexandria train station. It is also a district in the old town, off Saad Zaghloul Street.

Latitude: 31.247428336663315, Longitude: 29.975595474243164


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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID   Tree 
1 Ralli, Antonios (Alexander)  10 May 1892Ramleh, Alexandria, Egypt I934 Negroponte-Agelasto 
2 Ralli, Dimitrios (Alexander)  08 Sep 1893Ramleh, Alexandria, Egypt I935 Negroponte-Agelasto 


Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Death    Person ID   Tree 
1 Rodocanachi, Theodore (John)  01 Jan 1912Ramleh, Alexandria, Egypt I1526 Negroponte-Agelasto 

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