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201 15 Jul 1891 - In attendance at the arrival of Prince George of Greece at Seacombe on the "City of New York" [date is a mistake; he was deceased]. Ralli, Constantine Michalis (Michalis) (I867)
 
202 15 Jul 1891 - In attendance at the arrival of Prince George of Greece at Seacombe on the City of New York Psycha, Zanetta Catharina (George) (I970)
 
203 15 Jul 1891: In attendance at the arrival of Prince George of Greece at Seacombe on the "City of New York"; May 1892: Crowned the May Queen at Rhyl; 9 Jun 1892: Entertained the Rhyl Boys' Brigade at Bryn Bella, Trefnant, DEN; 1892: Offices in Carlton Buildings, Liverpool (Richard Anthony Ralli). Ralli, Michael (Antonio) (I874)
 
204 15 Jun 1845: Theodore Jn Negroponte, 22, married, born Chios, arrived Syros 1839, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the town hall, Ermoupolis. This is the only information on this man. Negroponte, Theodore John (unknown) (I3527)
 
205 15 Jun 1920 according to church burial registry Frangopulo, Stamati George (Georgios) (I432)
 
206 15 Mar 1835: Demetrius M. Mavrogordato, 32, married, born Chios, arrived Syros 1824, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek government at The Orthodox Church of Christ's Transfiguration (Metamorphosis), Ermoupolis, Syros. Mavrogordato, Dimitrios (Michael) (I65)
 
207 15 Mar 1835: Zorzis D. Vouro, 19, unmarried, born Chios, arrived Syros 1822, servant, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the The Orthodox Church of Christ's Transfiguration (Metamorphosis), Ermoupolis. Vouro, Zorzis (Dimitri) (I1508)
 
208 150 bales of cotton belonging to the Greek cotton shipper Negroponte, worth $7,500, were part of the fire damage at Boston wharf, Norfolk, Virginia (New York Times 28 Mar 1881, p 5). Negroponte, Pericles (Paul) (I2450)
 
209 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1230)
 
210 16 Dec 1904 according to US Social Security death index MacDonald, Peter (John) (I3321)
 
211 16 Jul 1840: Jacob Negroponte, 30, married, born Chios, arrived Syros 1837, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the town hall, Ermoupolis. Negroponte, Jacob (Constantine) (I57)
 
212 16 Jul 1878: George Aug. Negroponte, 32, born Ermoupolis, unmarried, commercial clerk, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the town hall, Ermoupolis. Negroponte, George (Augustus) (I2438)
 
213 16 May 1856: Emmanuel A. Mavrogordato, 26, married, born Constantinople, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the town hall, Ermoupolis, Syros. Mavrogordato, Emmanuel Antonios (Antonios) (I355)
 
214 16 May 1858: Emmanuel Agelasto, 46, married, born Chios, arrived Syros 1831, commercial agent, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the town hall, Ermoupolis. Agelasto, Emmanuel John (John) (I1177)
 
215 16 May 1928, as annotated on the bride's birth certificate Family F903
 
216 16 Nov 1854: Ambrosios St. Negroponte, 47, married, born Chios, clerk, swore allegiance to the Greek government at Euboea. This is all the information we have on this man. Unknown to Argenti. Negroponte, Ambrosios St. (unknown) (I3525)
 
217 16 Nov 1900 is the DOD as reported in the register of burials, The Greek Church of St Nicholas, Liverpool, England. Argenti says 30 Oct 1900; the newspaper also contradicts the date in the register. Galati, George (Stephanos) (I723)
 
218 17 Dec 1871 according to The Pall Mall Gazette[London], 20 Dec 1871. Family F1281
 
219 17 Jul 1863, Church of Our Saviour, London Wall, City of London, England (Christopher Long) Agelasto, Mary (John) (I177)
 
220 17 Jun 1859: Themistocles S. Ziffo, 22, single, born Ermoupolis, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the town hall, Ermoupolis, Syros. Ziffo, Themistocle (Stephanos) (I291)
 
221 17 Mar 1850: Augustus A. Agelasto, 23, unmarried, born Chios, arrived Syros 1827, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the town hall, Ermoupolis. Agelasto, Augustus (Anthony) (I1160)
 
222 17 Nov 1842 according to both Sturdza and baptism record Ralli, Pandia (Antonios) (I2118)
 
223 17 Oct 1856: Pandeleon A. Negroponte, 22, born Ermoupolis, unmarried, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the town hall, Ermoupolis. Negroponte, Pandely (Ambrouzis) (I1100)
 
224 1732, by Sturdza Ralli, Ambrouzis (Stephanos) (I1568)
 
225 1788 according to his tomb in Trieste. Schilizzi, Zorzis Leonidas (Leoni) (I298)
 
226 18 Jul 1842: John K. Negroponte, 50, unmarried, born Chios, arrived Syros 1825, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the town hall, Ermoupolis. Negroponte, John (Constantine) (I62)
 
227 18 Mar 1947, according to Empedocles Family Tree. Empedocles, Anthony (Stephen) (I4916)
 
228 18 Nov 1840: John P. Negroponte, 32, married, born Chios, arrived Syros 1824, merchant, swore allegiance to the Greek government at the town hall, Ermoupolis. Unknown to Argenti. This is the only information we have on this man. Negroponte, John P. (unknown) (I3526)
 
229 18 October 1940, Braddan parish: James Ernest Kerruish married Peggy Quine. Groom's marital status: bachelor. Groom's father: Robert Ernest Kerruish. Groom's mother: not stated. Bride's marital status: spinster. Bride's father: Thomas Henry Quine. Bride's mother: not stated. (MS10309-3-16) Family F642
 
230 18 Sep 1845 according to Richard Anthony Ralli Ralli, Ioanna (George) (I223)
 
231 1800 according to LDS International Genealogical Index: batch #T000137, sheet 00, source call #TIB. Negroponte, Zambelou (Jean) (I713)
 
232 1801 birth year estimate from 1861 census; abt 1798 if based on marriage registry entry. Argenti says 1806. Drakos, Angeliki (I1548)
 
233 1815 Vienna city directory lists Ambrosio Negroponte under Negroponte und Georguffopulo. Negroponte, Ambrosios (Pandely) (I41)
 
234 1815 Vienna city directory lists Giani Negroponte under Negroponte und Georguffopulo. Negroponte, John P. (unknown) (I3523)
 
235 1815 Vienna city directory lists Giani Negroponte under Negroponte und Georguffopulo. Negroponte, John P. (unknown) (I3526)
 
236 1815 Vienna city directory lists Joh. Leone Schilizzi with the firm G. O. Schilizzi und Galatti. Schilizzi, Zannis (Leoni) (I1772)
 
237 1815 Vienna city directory lists Michael Agelasto under Negroponte Angerinos and Company. Agelasto, Michael (Stamati) (I154)
 
238 1815 Vienna city directory lists Michael Agelasto under Negroponte Angerinos and Company.  Agelasto, Michael (Stamati) (I32)
 
239 1815 Vienna city directory lists Michael Agelasto under Negroponte Angerinos and Company. Agelasto, Michael (Stamati) (I137)
 
240 1815 Vienna city directory lists Michael Agelasto under Negroponte Angerinos and Company. Agelasto, Michael (Stamati) (I549)
 
241 1815 Vienna city directory lists Michael Agelasto under Negroponte Angerinos and Company. Agelasto, Michael George (Zorzis) (I715)
 
242 1815 Vienna city directory lists Negroponte Angerinos and Comp., including Mich. Ralli. Ralli, Michalis (Antonio) (I864)
 
243 1815 Vienna City directory lists Negroponte Angerinos and Company. Negroponte, Constantine (Zannis) (I17)
 
244 1815 Vienna city directory lists Pantaleon Negroponte under Negroponte und Georguffopulo. Negroponte, Pandely (Zannis) (I20)
 
245 1815 Vienna city directory lists Schilizzi Georg Leone, unter der Firma Sohne der Geb. Shchilizzi und Galatti. Schilizzi, Zorzis Leonidas (Leoni) (I298)
 
246 1815 Vienna city directory lists Schilizzi Zanni Mich., unter der Firma Gebr. Schilizzi und Sohne (Ital.), Fratelli. Schilizzi, Zannis (Miké) (I2585)
 
247 1815 Vienna city directory lists Theodor Negroponte under Negroponte und Georguffopulo.  Negroponte, Theodore (Ambrosios) (I1170)
 
248 1820: Zizinia, Petrocochino & Agelasto founded. "It began with Smyrna for cotton, Retimno [Crete] and Hydra for oil. In 1821 it received several products from Livourne and cotton from Alexandria, a little before the dissolution of their company, then the formation of Zizinia & Co. and Petrocochino-Agelasto, two houses that played an important role in Marseille commerce, during and especially after the Greek War of Independence" (Echinard). Petrocochino, Michael (Dimitrios) (I92)
 
249 1826 according to his tomb (though no mention of Syros which is according to Metaxa). Another source says 1827 (Christopher Long). Coronio, Theodore John (Zannis) (I1301)
 
250 1826, Constantinople, according to Sturdza. Calvocoressi, Zannis (Zorzis) (I2024)
 

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