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Paul (Emmanuel) Rodocanachi

Male 1815 - 1891  (76 years)


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Boulevard d’Athènes 5-9, Marseille, France

The street known today as Boulevard d’Athènes has had previous names including Boulevard Dugommier. The extended George Menander Zizinia family lived at boulevard Dugommier 5, 1841-1868, including his wife Zambelou and four children Penelope (her husband Ambrose P. Sechiari, and children Arghyro, Paraskeva, Zambelou & Virginie), Cleopatra (her husband, Theodore E. Rodocanachi and their children, Fanny and Zambelou, and his brother Paul E.), Aglaia (her husband Nicolas M. Dromocaitis and daughter Angelique) and Meandre, who died there in 1852.

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Linked to518; Andreas Nicolas (Nicolas) Argenti; Nicolas (Andreas) Argenti; Angelique (Nicolas) Dromocaiti; Zambelou (Toumazis) Galati; Loula (Alexander) Ralli; Fanny (Theodore) Rodocanachi; Paul (Emmanuel) Rodocanachi; Theodore (Emmanuel) Rodocanachi; Zambelou (Theodore) Rodocanachi; Ambrose (Paraskeva) Sechiari; Arghyro (Ambrose) Sechiari; Paraskeva (Ambrose) Sechiari; Virginie (Ambrose) Sechiari; Zambelou (Ambrose) Sechiari; Aglaïa (Georges) Zizinia; Cleopatre (Georges) Zizinia; Georges (Menander) Zizinia; Menandre (Georges) Zizinia; Penelope (Georges) Zizinia

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