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Pandeli (Plato) Dilberoglu

Male 1891 - 1952  (60 years)


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  1. 1.  Pandeli (Plato) Dilberoglu was born 24 Nov 1891, Cairo, Egypt (son of Plato (Pandeli) Dilberoglu and Ioulia (Augustus) Agelasto); died 13 Aug 1952, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England UK.

    Notes:

    Occupation: soldier. After WWI he remained in the Welsh Guards but in 1939, when a Captain in the reserves, retired due to ill health. Whether consumed by 'survivor guilt' or not, he took his own life after the War (John Papadachi).

    Education: Eton

    P. Dilberoglue rowed on the Dreadnought in Eton College's annual Fourth of June race, 3 Jun 1911 (The Observer, 4 Jun 1911, p 11).

    Birth:
    Birth announcement in The Times (London).

    Name:
    Identified by John Papadachi

    or Dilberoglue

    Died:
    The death of Pandeli Dilberoglue, 60, was registered in 1952, in Eastbourne, Sussex, v 5h, p 202.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Plato (Pandeli) Dilberoglu was born 13 Oct 1859, Malta (son of Pandeli L. Dilberoglu and Rosa (Giacinto) Tagliaferro); died 1946, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England UK.

    Notes:

    Occupation: The 1889-90 Istanbul city directory lists him as 'judge, Tribunal of 1st Instance, Cairo.'

    Origin: Corfu.

    Residence: 1916, The Lodge, 19, Southfields Rd., Eastbourne.

    He was among those targetted for assassination when he was a sitting judge in the native Court of Appeal, Cairo, as reported during the question period in the House of Commons, 10 Dec 1912.

    Likely to have had a brother, Zinon Léonvardo (Pandeli) Dilberoglue, b. 23 Feb 1861, Malta, d. 13 Nov 1936, Neuilly-Sur-Seine, France (John Papadachi).

    Church marriage registry gives his father's name as Plato.

    John Papadachi notes that there is "much information one can find out about the movements of members of 'high society' from Le Figaro on Gallica. The Dilberoglue who was a Judge in the Native Courts in Egypt seems to have had quite a nice life with numerous visits to the grander spas of Europe in between his duties in Cairo. The odd thing is that I am not sure he was even a Paris resident - his principal house was I think in Eastbourne."





    Name:
    Or Dilberoglou, Dilberoglu.

    Died:
    The death of Plato Dilberoglue, 86, was registered in 1946, in Eastbourne, Sussex, v 2b, p 91.

    Plato married Ioulia (Augustus) Agelasto 15 Nov 1890, St Sophia, Moscow Road, Bayswater, London, England UK. Ioulia (daughter of Augustus (Cosi) Agelasto and Despina (Matheos) Ralli) was born 12 Dec 1867, Manchester, Lancashire, England UK; was christened 11 Jan 1868, Manchester, Lancashire, England UK; died 30 Jun 1948, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England UK. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Ioulia (Augustus) Agelasto was born 12 Dec 1867, Manchester, Lancashire, England UK; was christened 11 Jan 1868, Manchester, Lancashire, England UK (daughter of Augustus (Cosi) Agelasto and Despina (Matheos) Ralli); died 30 Jun 1948, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England UK.

    Notes:

    The first Julia (1853-1862) lived in Constantinople; after the family moved to Manchester, the first child to be born was given the same name as her by then dead sister.

    Spyridon Sophianopoulos believes the portrait of a young girl/woman is that of Ioulia Agelasto, who died nine years of age, and not of her sister, also Ioulia, (1867-1948). (Christopher Long)

    A phone was in the name of Mrs. J. Dilberoglue, 19 Southfields Rd., Eastbourne from 1909-1949. After her death, the listing for the same address changed to Capt. P. Dilberoglue, 1950-1952.

    1881 England census: 18 Hyde Park Square household headed by Augustus Agelasto, 58, East India merchant; wife Despina, 47; both b. Greece; widowed mother Virginia, 80, b. Turkey; daughters Despina, 11, b. London; Julia, 13, b. Manchester; Angelina Sordina, 22, b. Turkey; and son-in-law Andrea Sordina, 35, East India merchant, b. Greece; & 5 servants.

    1871 England census: 18 Hyde Park Square household headed by Augustus Agelasto, 48, East India merchant, b. Tinos, Greece; wife Despina, 37, b. Syros; daughters Angelica, 12, b. Constantinople; Julia, 3, b. Manchester; Despina, 1, b. London; son-in-law John Ralli, 28, East India merchant; daughter Virginia Ralli, 18, both b. London; & 9 servants.

    Christened:
    At the house of John Panteli Sagrandi [her father's business partner]; entry: 264(114)/086; Godparent: Aikaterine Sagrandi; priest: Vasilios Moros, presbyter: M. Oeconomos.

    Died:
    The death of Julia Dilberoglue, 80, was registered in 1948, in Eastbourne, Sussex, v 5h, p 201.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Marriage announcement appeared in The Times (London), 18 Nov 1890, p 1.

    Witnesses/Sponsors: Andrea Sordina & A. Sordina; Dionysios Plaisas presiding; entry 180

    Plato & Julia Dilberoglue were sponsors/witnesses at the London 22 Sep 1927 wedding of Augustus Ralli & Isabel Machay.

    Children:
    1. 1. Pandeli (Plato) Dilberoglu was born 24 Nov 1891, Cairo, Egypt; died 13 Aug 1952, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England UK.
    2. Augustus (Plato) Dilberoglu was born 13 Jan 1894, Cairo, Egypt; died 01 Apr 1918, nr Domart-sur-la-Luce, Somme, Picardy, France; was buried , Hourges Orchard Cemetery, Domart-sur-la-Luce, Somme, Picardy, France.
    3. Richard Nicholas (Plato) Dilberoglu was born 20 Nov 1895, Cairo, Egypt; was christened 09 Jul 1896, St Sophia, Moscow Road, Bayswater, London, England UK; died 15 Sep 1916, Ginchy, Somme, Picardy, France; was buried , Les Boeufs (Guards) Cemetery, Somme, Picardy, France.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Pandeli L. Dilberoglu

    Notes:

    P L Dilberoglu, Malta, is listed among the diaspora Greeks donating 100 [pounds] to a fund for the Thebes earthquake in 1853.

    Pandeli married Rosa (Giacinto) Tagliaferro. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Rosa (Giacinto) Tagliaferro
    Children:
    1. 2. Plato (Pandeli) Dilberoglu was born 13 Oct 1859, Malta; died 1946, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England UK.

  3. 6.  Augustus (Cosi) Agelasto was born 31 Mar 1823, Tinos, Cyclades Islands, Greece (son of Cosi (Augustis) Agelasto and Vierou (Stephanos) Ralli); died 08 Jul 1883, London, England UK; was buried 14 Jul 1883, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England UK.

    Notes:

    An Aug. (C.) Agelasto is mentioned as a commercial enterprise in George P. Georgiadis, The St. Ioannis Church of the Chiots in Galata, (Constantinople, 1898), as cited by George Zolotas, History of Chios (Athens, 1928), p 262.

    He was a partner in Sagrandi J & Co, Manchester, with J.P. Sagrandi and the Petrocochino brothers, East India merchants: Eustratius (Emmanuel) (1822-1897) and Dimitrios (Emmanuel) (1820-1887) until it was dissolved 31 Dec 1869. On 1 Jan 1870 the company, now "in the style of" Agelasto & Sagrandi, merchants, commenced operation, with only the two principals as partners. In various forms Agelasto Sagrandi had a Calcutta office--37 Strand Road (1855/6; 1875); 6 Old Court House Street (1860-1862); 37 Strand Road North; and (after 1879) 3 Mission Row; 8 Canning Street (1888). Agelasto & Sagrandi contributed £50 on 31 May 1870 to assist Julia Lloyd whose husband died in Greece (The Times [London], 6 Jun 1870). In 1872, as a partner in Agelasto & Sagrandi, he appeared in court in the matter of Agelasto v. Rehder, a contract dispute over the quality of jute ("Action on a Contract for the Sale of Jute," Manchester Guardian, 10 Jul 1872, p 6). The firm Agelasto & [John Pandely] Sagrandi, as Agelasto and Sagrandi at London and Calcutta and as J. Sagrandi and Co., at Manchester, was dissolved by mutual consent, 1 Jul 1873 (Liverpool Mercury 2 Aug 1873). 1875: 37 Strand Road, Calcutta, India (Agelasto & Sagrandi directory listing).

    He was secretary to Pandias Ralli, the Greek Consul in London, and his uncle. Augustus had spent time in Constantinople and in London worked in his uncle's business, according to Bishop Catsiyannis. "Little before Pandias' resignation from his duties as Consul General, Augustus went to Constantinople where he married Despina Mathew Ralli."

    Occupation: Merchant, South Sea House, Threadneedle St, London, with phone 1880-1884. From 1876-1895 Agelasto A & Co. had offices at 63 George St., Manchester, with his brother Stephen C. Agelasto, merchant. After August died his widow joined the partnership and, upon her retirement on 31 Dec 1885, John Emanuel Agelasto, his cousin once removed, appears to have joined the partnership. Agelasto & Co. thus continued in business (after the deaths of both Augustus Cozi and Stephen Cozi) in 1903 at 63 George St., Manchester, and in 1909 & 1911 at 78 George St., Manchester. [A. Agelasto and Co., 78 George St., donations: £15 to aid families affected by the Bolton coal mine disaster (Manchester Guardian, 31 Dec 1910, p 6); £50 to the war relief fund (Manchester Guardian, 8 Sep 1914, p 7); £10 to the Manchester Armenian Relief Fund (Manchester Guardian, 8 Jan 1916, p 1)]. In 1887 a memorial was signed by A. Agelasto & Co. (The Times [London], 4 Jul 1887].

    Residence: 1869, 62 Queens Gardens, Paddington, London; 1871-1882, 18 Hyde Park Square, Paddington. In 1871 he and his family shared the house with the John Ralli family and eight servants.

    Branch: Aug. (C.) Agelasto identified as belonging to the Saint Tryphon branch in: George P. Georgiadis, The St. Ioannis Church of the Chiots in Galata, (Constantinople, 1898), as cited by George Zolotas, History of Chios (Athens, 1928), p 264

    At some time probably worked for Ralli & Agelasto, a company trading in Constantinople, Trebizond, Tabriz and Liverpool, 1837-71, cited in Stanley Chapman, Merchant Enterprise in Britain and Kardases, Diaspora Merchants in the Black Sea.

    1850 city directory lists an Agelasto with Ralli & Agelasto, merchants, 3 Lloyd St., Manchester. 1853 directory lists Augustus Agelasto, merchant, residing at Cliffe Cottage, Hr. Broughton, Manchester

    Presumably the Augustus Agelasto of whom Mary Ann Chadwell writes in her 1868 diary: 'On Saturday (04-04-1868) I saw Mrs Agelasto and her son Augustus. It is eighteen years since we had met'.

    This is possibly the Augustís C. Agelastos mentioned by Georgiadis who, based on the accounting records of St John Church, makes an alphabetical list of Chiot enterprises [of Constantinople] that sponsored the Church in the time from 1843 to 1880. There is no mention of year/date. Included among Agelastos enterprises is: Augustís C. Agelastos. This person could also be #545.

    Augustus C. Agelasto was the God-father to Maria 'Mary' (Ioannis) Negroponte, baptized 11 Feb 1882, Manchester, England.

    He was one of the ten directors of the City of London Marine Insurance Corporation, Ltd. which listed an IPO (20-21 Jun 1881, The Times [London]; Belfast News Letter, 17 Jun 1881; Bristol Mercury and Daily Post, 17 Jun 1881; Manchester Guardian, 18 Jun 1881, p 5). Other directors included George E. Scaramanga, Gresham House, E.C., London; and Const. G. Ralli, Esq. (late of Messrs Cassavelli and Co.), New City Chambers, E.C. The company was liquidated in 1881.

    A Agelasto is listed among a delegation which met with Lord Derby of the Foreign Office to discuss the British role in and the threat to Greek merchants' interests due to strife between Greece and Turkey (The Times [London], 6 Feb 1878).

    A. Agelasto charity: £2 2s. to the mayor's charitable fund (Manchester Guardian, 10 Jul 1850); £2 2s. for a subscription to aid the Manchester Royal Lunatic Hospital (Manchester Guardian, 28 Dec 1850, p 1; 4 Jan 1851, p 1); [following as A Agelasto & Co] £50 to aid the famine in India (The Times and Daily News [London], 28 Aug 1877); £200 to the Chios earthquake [22 Mar 1881] relief fund (The Times and Daily News [London], 8 Apr 1881]).

    His portrait appears in T. Catsiyannis, Pandias Stephen Rallis 1793-1865.

    Listed as a contributor toward the building of the Church of Aghia Sophia, London, January 1881.

    A. Agelasto and Co. signed a petition to the Manchester and Salford Council urging them to cover over the River Irwell at Hunt's Bank (Manchester Times, 6 Aug 1881).

    A.C. Agelasto, manufacturer, Manchester, was listed as bankrupt (Preston Guardian, 20 Aug 1862).

    A. Agelasto and Co. of 63 George St., Manchester, merchants, received Trade Mark 137, for Class 24, cotton piece goods, Manchester Guardian, 17 Apr 1879, p 4). The Trade Marks Journal, 25 Apr 1883, announced trade mark no. 29,444, A. Agelasto and Co., claimed for Class XXIV cotton (Manchester Guardian, 26 Apr 1883, p 7). Trade marks 31.378 and 31.315-7 for A. Agelasto and Co., Manchester, were announced in cotton goods claimed in class 24 Trade Marks Journal, 6 Jun 1883 (reported in the Manchester Guardian, 7 Jun 1883, p 4). A. Agelasto and Co. registered a class XII ornamentental (sic) design (Manchester Guardian, 26 May 1879, p 4).

    A. Agelasto and Co. was on the initial phone subscription list in Manchester, "The Lancashire and Cheshire Telephone Exchange Co., Ltd. [public notice]," Manchester Guardian, 11 Oct 1881, p 1.

    A. Agelasto and Co. ranked 21st in volume as it imported 5,285 packages [of cotton] through the Custom House [presumably Manchester, 1874], Manchester Guardian, 13 Feb 1875, p 6. Others in the list: Ralli Brothers (2nd in volume, 29,011 packages); Argenti, Schilizzi, and Co. (7, 13,413); Petrocochino Brothers (15, 6,552); Tamvaco and Co., (17, 6,418).

    1881 England census: 18 Hyde Park Square household headed by Augustus Agelasto, 58, East India merchant; wife Despina, 47; both b. Greece; widowed mother Virginia, 80, b. Turkey; daughters Despina, 11, b. London; Julia, 13, b. Manchester; Angelina Sordina, 22, b. Turkey; and son-in-law Andrea Sordina, 35, East India merchant, b. Greece; & 5 servants.

    1871 England census: 18 Hyde Park Square household headed by Augustus Agelasto, 48, East India merchant, b. Tinos, Greece; wife Despina, 37, b. Syros; daughters Angelica, 12, b. Constantinople; Julia, 3, b. Manchester; Despina, 1, b. London; son-in-law John Ralli, 28, East India merchant; daughter Virginia Ralli, 18, both b. London; & 9 servants.

    1864: A.K. Agelasto worked for Petrocochino Bros. according to the Thacker's Directories, Calcutta.

    The third oldest Greek house in India, Agelasto Sagranti operated from 1870.

    1895 Calcutta Street Directory: 8 Clive Row, Calcutta – A. Agelasto Co.

    Philanthropy: Agelasto, Petrocochino & Co donated on annual basis 15 Pound Sterling (GBP) to Chios Schools (1866-1868) according to unpublished research by Demetrios Melachrinoudis.

    Philanthropy: Agelasto & Co donated £200 to the victims of the 1881 Chios earthquake according to unpublished research by Demetrios Melachrinoudis. Agelasto & Sagranti, Calcutta, donated 100 Rupies to the Chios Schools in 1872. According to Reports on Hygiene Institutions of Chios by the same author, he contributed to the Chios Hospital in 1871, Augustus Agelasto & Co donated to the hospital in 1879-1880, and A. Agelasto & Co, Calcutta, gave money for the same purpose in 1878.

    "A good deal of interest has been taken in the announcement by Messrs A Agelasto and Co., shippers of [Manchester], that their business has been transferred to Messrs. Beith Stevenson and Co., Ltd." in Frederick W. Tattersall, "Lancashire Cotton; Position of the Industry" (The Times of India, 25 Apr 1916).

    Auguste K. Agelasto, merchant, Greece, arrived Folkestone, England, aboard the Prince Ernest, 21 Jan 1846 and 28 Mar 1848, from Boulogne, France, with a Greek passport. Agelasto, gent., Greece, arrived Dover, England, aboard the Princess Alice, 28 Aug 1852, from Calais, France.

    The initial London phone directory, issued April 1880, includes Agelasto and Co., merchants, as first in the list The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 28 Oct 1936, p. 8.

    Buried:
    Section 29, Burial Plot 19794. This appears to be the original Agelasto site purchased at West Norwood; a later site in the Ralli Chapel appears on the map displayed in the St Sophia museum. Burial records indicate plot no. 14564.

    Priest: Archimandrite Jerome

    Died:
    His death announcement appeared in The Times (London), 11 Jul 1883, p 1, and the Manchester Times, 14 Jul 1883.

    Estate valued at £81,156 13s. 7d. went to his widow.

    Augustus married Despina (Matheos) Ralli 08 Jun 1851, Constantinople/Istanbul Turkey. Despina (daughter of Matheos (Laurentius) Ralli and Loula (Paul) Rodocanachi) was born Abt 8 Sep 1833, Syros, Cyclades Islands, Greece; was christened 28 Oct 1833, The Orthodox Church of Christ's Transfiguration (Metamorphosis), Ermoupoli, Syros, Cyclades Islands, Greece; died 02 May 1889, London, England UK; was buried 08 May 1889, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England UK. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Despina (Matheos) Ralli was born Abt 8 Sep 1833, Syros, Cyclades Islands, Greece; was christened 28 Oct 1833, The Orthodox Church of Christ's Transfiguration (Metamorphosis), Ermoupoli, Syros, Cyclades Islands, Greece (daughter of Matheos (Laurentius) Ralli and Loula (Paul) Rodocanachi); died 02 May 1889, London, England UK; was buried 08 May 1889, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England UK.

    Notes:

    Upon her husband's death, she joined A Agelasto & Co. as a partner. She then retired and her late husband’s partnership was taken over by John Emmanuel Agelasto, with John Ambrose Negroponte and John Antonio Ralli, 31 Dec 1885 (Leeds Mercury, 2 Jan 1886).

    Residence: at DOD, 18 Hyde Park Square, London, England.

    1881 England census: 18 Hyde Park Square household headed by Augustus Agelasto, 58, East India merchant; wife Despina, 47; both b. Greece; widowed mother Virginia, 80, b. Turkey; daughters Despina, 11, b. London; Julia, 13, b. Manchester; Angelina Sordina, 22, b. Turkey; and son-in-law Andrea Sordina, 35, East India merchant, b. Greece; & 5 servants.

    1871 England census: 18 Hyde Park Square household headed by Augustus Agelasto, 48, East India merchant, b. Tinos, Greece; wife Despina, 37, b. Syros; daughters Angelica, 12, b. Constantinople; Julia, 3, b. Manchester; Despina, 1, b. London; son-in-law John Ralli, 28, East India merchant; daughter Virginia Ralli, 18, both b. London; & 9 servants.

    Philanthropy: Despina A. Agelasto donated £10 to the Chios Hospital in 1872 according to unpublished research by Demetrios Melachrinoudis. According to Reports on Hygiene Institutions of Chios by the same author, she contributed in various years from 1879-1882.

    Birth:
    Ralli family tree says 1832.

    Argenti gives baptism date, 28 Oct 1833, as DOB

    Buried:
    Burial register entry a3239. Archimandrite D. Maisas [Plesas] officiated; Greek Gazette says death 4 May 1889.

    burial plot no. 19794, reg. pg. 9260, no. a3239.

    Died:
    Argenti says 2 May 1889.

    Death announcement (2 May 1889) appeared in The Observer [London], 5 May 1889, p 10.

    Noted under 'wills and bequests' in The London Illustrated News, 17 Aug 1889.

    Her will (dated March 6, 1885), with a codicil (dated January 26, 1889) was proved 6 Aug 1889 by Stephen Augustus Ralli and Alexander Anthony Vlasto, the executors, the value of the personal estate amounting to upwards of £78,000 (Belfast News-Letter 17 Aug 1889; Birmingham Daily Post 16 Aug 1889).

    Children:
    1. Virginia (Augustus) Agelasto was born 03 Jun 1852, Constantinople/Istanbul Turkey; died 23 Mar 1926, Queen Anne's Mansions, Westminster, London, England UK; was buried 27 Mar 1926, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England UK.
    2. Ioulia (Augustus) Agelasto was born 04 Dec 1853, Constantinople/Istanbul Turkey; died 30 Nov 1862, Constantinople/Istanbul Turkey.
    3. Angeliki (Augustus) Agelasto was born 28 May 1858, Constantinople/Istanbul Turkey; died 20 Jul 1942, Corfu, Ionian Islands, Greece.
    4. 3. Ioulia (Augustus) Agelasto was born 12 Dec 1867, Manchester, Lancashire, England UK; was christened 11 Jan 1868, Manchester, Lancashire, England UK; died 30 Jun 1948, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England UK.
    5. Despina (Augustus) Agelasto was born 31 May 1869, London, England UK; was christened 26 Jun 1869, Church of Our Saviour, London Wall, City of London, England UK; died 10 Sep 1944, Divonne, Geneva, Switzerland.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Cosi (Augustis) Agelasto was born 1791, Chios, Greece (son of Augustis (Zannis) Agelasto and Angeliki (Zannis) Negroponte); died 13 Oct 1865, Constantinople/Istanbul Turkey; was buried , St. Stephen Cemetery, Constantinople/Istanbul Turkey.

    Notes:

    He appears on the Negroponte-Agelasto tree.

    Occupation: merchant; putative founder of Ralli & Agelasto, 1837, Tabreez, Persia. His wife was a Ralli. An Agelasto living in Liverpool/Manchester in the mid 19th Century was most likely involved in one of the Ralli companies, Ralli & Agelasto, doing business in Constantinople, Trebizond, Tabriz and Liverpool, 1837-71. See chart in Chapman, p. 156.

    He is the putative Agelasto who in May 1837 (with S.A. Ralli, P.A. Ralli and G.N. Eumorfopoulo) set up a branch of Ralli Brothers (London) and Ralli Schilizzi & Argenti (Marseilles) in Persia (Tabreez) under the name of Ralli & Agelasto.

    In Tabreez, Persia, in Jan 1840, a branch of the Constantinople firm Toumasi Ralli & Co. was constituted under the style of Ralli & Agelasto, managed by G.N. Eumorfopoulo assisted by J. Sangrandi and A.A. Sepsi.

    Cozis Agelasto & Co. is mentioned as a commercial enterprise by George P. Georgialo, The Holy Church of Saint John of the Chiots at Galata, Constantinople, 1898, cited in: George Zolotas, History of Chios, p 263.

    Based on the accounting records of St John Church, Georgiadis makes an alphabetical list of Chiot enterprises [of Constantinople] that sponsored the Church in the time from 1843 to 1880. There is no mention of year/date. Included among Agelastos enterprises is: Cozís Agelastos & Co.

    His portrait appears in T. Catsiyannis, Pandias Stephen Rallis 1793-1865.

    Residence: 1828, rue le Maitre 8, Marseille, France; 1859, Constantinople.

    The parternships: Ralli Brothers, London; E. Ralli, Manchester; Thos. Ralli and Co. Constantinople; Ralli Brothers, Odessa; Ralli and Scaramanga, Taigan Rock; Ralli, Schilizzi, and Argenti, Marseilles; and Ralli and Aghelasto, Tauris [Tabriz, Iran] existed until 1839, at which point Antonio Ralli, Stephen Ralli, Pantia Ralli, of Tauris, and Michael Ralli left them (London Gazette 1 Nov 1839).

    Presumably he was born on and resided until 1822 at the St. Tryphon property, Kampos, Chios.

    Philanthropy: Cozìs Agelasto bequeathed in 1860 30.000 Grosia to the National Hospital of Heptapyrgion [in Constantinople], 30.000 Gr to the Chios Hospital, 5.000 Gr to the Boys School of Stavrodromion [in Constantinople], 5.000 Gr to the Greek Literature Club [in Constantinople] and other sums to several institutions, in total 100.000 Grosia according to unpublished research by Demetrios Melachrinoudis.

    Birth:
    birth year according to Argenti

    Buried:
    Georgiadis lists three Chiot graves in the St Stephen cemetery, one of which is: Cozìs A. Agelastos, 74 years, born in 1791 in Chios, died 1 Oct 1865 in Agios Stephanos [Constantinople], cited by Zolotas who names him: Cozis (or Constantinos) Agelasto.

    Cosi married Vierou (Stephanos) Ralli 22 May 1819, Chios, Greece. Vierou (daughter of Stephanos (Zannis) Ralli and Loula (Augustus) Sechiari) was born 30 Dec 1801, Chios, Greece; died 17 Sep 1885, London, England UK; was buried 22 Sep 1885, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England UK. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Vierou (Stephanos) Ralli was born 30 Dec 1801, Chios, Greece (daughter of Stephanos (Zannis) Ralli and Loula (Augustus) Sechiari); died 17 Sep 1885, London, England UK; was buried 22 Sep 1885, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England UK.

    Notes:

    Her details and ancestry are found on the Negroponte-Agelasto tree.

    Presumably the Mrs Agelasto of whom Mary Ann Chadwell writes in her 1868 diary: 'On Saturday (04-04-1868) I saw Mrs Agelasto and her son Augustus. It is eighteen years since we had met'. (Christopher Long)

    Georgiadis, in a footnote concerning Stephanos A. Rallis (who died 4 December 1884 in Paris at the age of 75), mentions his aunt Vieroù [wife of] Cozìs Agelastos.



    Her portrait appears in T. Catsiyannis, Pandias Stephen Rallis 1793-1865.

    Vierou K. Agelasto is listed as a contributor toward the building of the Church of Aghia Sophia, London, January 1881.

    1881 England census: Hyde Park Square household headed by Augustus Agelasto, 58, East India merchant; wife Despina, 47; both b. Greece; widowed mother Virginia, 80, b. Turkey; daughters Despina, 11, b. London; Julia, 13, b. Manchester; Angelina Sordina, 22, b. Turkey; and son-in-law Andrea Sordina, 35, East India merchant, b. Greece; & 5 servants.

    Her siblings Marigo and Eustratios -- are on the Agelasto and the Negroponte-Agelasto tree, respectively.

    Philanthropy: Vieroù C. Agelasto donated £10 to the Chios Hospital in 1872 according to unpublished research by Demetrios Melachrinoudis. According to Reports on Hygiene Institutions of Chios by the same author, she contributed in various years from 1871-1882.

    Buried:
    burial plot no. 19794

    Archimandrite Jerome officiating

    Died:
    Her will proved and the personalty sworn to £32,000, according to the Bristol Mercury and Daily Post 6 Nov 1885, which calls her Vleron Agelasto, formerly of Constantinople.

    Death notice appeared in the Manchester Times (London) 26 Sep 1885.

    Burial register entry 65855. Archimandrite N. Myriatheos officiated.

    Notes:

    Married:
    This union is cited in a list of 13 marriage alliances that connected the Rallis with the founders of other Chiot firms in Calcutta.

    Children:
    1. Angeliki (Cosi) Agelasto was born 10 Jun 1820, Chios, Greece; died 04 Jun 1828, Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France.
    2. 6. Augustus (Cosi) Agelasto was born 31 Mar 1823, Tinos, Cyclades Islands, Greece ; died 08 Jul 1883, London, England UK; was buried 14 Jul 1883, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England UK.
    3. Stephanos Cosis (Cosi) Agelasto was born 14 Mar 1832, Constantinople/Istanbul Turkey; died 25 Jan 1896, St Dionysios parish, Athens, Greece; was buried , First Cemetery of Athens, Greece.

  3. 14.  Matheos (Laurentius) Ralli was born 1789, Chios, Greece; died 9 Oct 1847, Piraeus, Attica, Greece.

    Notes:

    He is also on the Negroponte-Agelasto tree with his parents and additional information.

    Three children of Laurentios Alexander Ralli and Despina Matheos Ralli -- Matheos and his sisters Marietta and Hieronyma -- are on the Negroponte-Agelasto or Agelasto tree.

    Matheos married Loula (Paul) Rodocanachi. Loula was born 8 May 1810, Chios, Greece; died 24 Aug 1845, Piraeus, Attica, Greece. [Group Sheet]


  4. 15.  Loula (Paul) Rodocanachi was born 8 May 1810, Chios, Greece; died 24 Aug 1845, Piraeus, Attica, Greece.

    Notes:

    She is also on the Negroponte-Agelasto tree with her parents and her other children.

    Children:
    1. 7. Despina (Matheos) Ralli was born Abt 8 Sep 1833, Syros, Cyclades Islands, Greece; was christened 28 Oct 1833, The Orthodox Church of Christ's Transfiguration (Metamorphosis), Ermoupoli, Syros, Cyclades Islands, Greece; died 02 May 1889, London, England UK; was buried 08 May 1889, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England UK.


  

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